TMS State of the Society, Webinars & More

 
 
Webinars and More
September 19, 2018
 
 
State of the Society Webinar
 
Join us next Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 1 pm ET to learn about how the Society is doing and what is being planned during a free State of the Society Webinar. TMS leaders will provide a quick financial report, discuss known action items, review major accomplishments of the Society, and inform attendees about upcoming opportunities.
 
Space is limited and pre-registration is required for this free webinar. For more information and to register use this link.
 
Webinar Series Begins October 11th
 
TMS's 2nd Thursday of the Month Webinar Series is back by popular demand, and will begin on October 11th with an excellent webinar on mortar and grout. Click here to find out more about this, and other planned webinars, and to register. All webinars begin at 1 pm ET on the dates listed and provide 1 hour of AIA Learning Units/continuing education credit.
 
Jamie Farny, Portland Cement Association
 
Sam Rubenzer, FORSE Consulting
 
Pamela Jergenson, INSPEC and Michael Schuller, Atkinson- Noland & Associates
 
W. Mark McGinley, University of Louisville
 
 
Online Auction of Resources Opens to Help TMS
 
 
In anticipation of retirement, Rochelle Jaffe is reducing her inventory of construction-related toys and books. In cooperation with TMS, she is offering some items for sale via an online “silent auction”. TMS members and friends have the opportunity to pick up some difficult-to-obtain items and provide benefit to TMS at the same time (as 50% of the net purchase price will be donated to TMS). Click here to see items being offered and to see information on the silent auction.
 
2018 Annual Meeting Nearly Here
TMS's Annual Meeting will be held October 3-6 in Cleveland, Ohio, and should be both productive and enjoyable. Besides committee meetings, technical sessions will be presented on a wide range of topic, offering attendees a chance to learn and to earn AIA Learning Units/Continuing Education credits. Social activities include an Arrival Day Event that features home-brewed beer, a Member/Guest Reception at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and a Pizza Party. Use the following links for additional information on the meeting: descriptions of the Technical SessionsSocial Activities; and Travel Information. Click here to register.
 
SPECIAL NOTES: Please be advised that the host hotel for the meetings is sold out of guest sleeping rooms. The Drury Plaza, backup hotel for Guest rooms, has a special TMS room block rate until 9/21/2018. Click here for hotel information.
 
Also, registration for the TMS Member/Guest Reception at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame ends on 9/21/2018. No walk-up registrations can be accepted. This event will also have a cash bar.
 
 
Officers/Directors to TMS Board Elected
 
The Membership of The Masonry Society responded strongly in support of the list of Nominees to various Officer and Board Member seats recently. To read about those elected, click here. Each will begin their new roles at the conclusion of the Annual Meeting in October and they join the 2017-2019 Directors shown here.
 
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