January Region One Newsletter

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Dec 31, 2021, 9:42:19 PM12/31/21
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The January 2022 Region One newsletter was published to the Region One website on 12/31/2021.  This is a 9 page edition.

In this edition you will find:
  • Lineup of 2022 Region One officers
  • Agenda for January 8 Region meeting
  • Information and Location of the January Meeting in Angleton
  • Preview of the February meeting
  • Dues address change
  • Complete listing of 2022 meeting hosts. 
  • Photos from the November meeting
  • Agenda for the January 22 state board meeting
  • Article reprint on records
  • Revised membership dues form with new address (also on the website in pdf and docx formats)
Direct link for the newsletter:
http://texascpaaa.net/newsletters/R1/2022-01.pdf 

See the newsletters page for additional links to recent newsletters:
http://texascpaaa.org/Region1/newsletters.html
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This edition is on the newsletter archive page also: http://texascpaaa.org/Region1/r1newsletters.html -- the archive contains Region One newsletters back to April 2005.

Notes:
  • Happy New Year !!  I hope 2022 will be a better year for all of us.  My 2021 was not a good year with my blocked major artery and wife on hospice care with dementia, but good with a new baby boy for wife's daughter-in-law and maybe I'll get to meet him in January.

Leo Waltz
  
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Leo Waltz
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