Happy New Year Members!

Our January presentation was successful. A special thank you to Adam Brand of Brand & Tappy for covering Examinations Under Oath.

We will continue to hold our meetings and the 2021 seminar virtually. As a Board, we are continuously evaluating the conditions. Our top priority is the safety of our members. We also need to maintain compliance with the current orders in place along with employer requirements for gatherings.

Our next training is scheduled for March 19, 2021 from 9.00 a.m. to 11.00 a.m. CST. We are in the process of finalizing the speaker and topic. Once completed, the website will be updated, and the invitation will be sent.

Members will be receiving a survey related to training topics and potential speakers. Please take the time to complete the survey.

This is YOUR Chapter and you have an amazing and committed Board serving you. I know that you all will continue to support the Chapter as we move ahead in the coming years and continue to grow and serve our members.  Thanks to all of you for all that you have done and will continue to do. The Board asks that if you would like to recommend a training topic/speaker, please make your thoughts known to Chris Block, who is our Training Chair for the Chapter. His e-mail is chris.block@farmersinsurance.com.

As a reminder, please mark your calendars for the meeting dates shown on the website so you are sure not to miss a meeting. Thanks to ALL who make this Chapter the success that it has been and for your support as we go forward. It is YOUR involvement that makes this Chapter what it is.

As always,
Heather Horvath

If you would like to send Heather a personal note regarding this President’s Newsletter, feel free to email her at: chj7y@allstate.com


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