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APEGBC Vancouver Island Branch Meet and Greet / AGM
Venue Change: This event will now be held at the Coast Bastion Hotel
Advanced registration is now closed. Please contact Jarrod Koster, P.Eng., at
for space availability Thank you.
Friday, June 12, 2015
6:30 PM-8:45 PM: Vancouver Island Branch AGM
Coast Bastion Hotel - Malahat Dunsmuir Room 11 Bastion Street Nanaimo, BC
2 Informal Professional Development Hours (PDH)
Free for everyone to attend.
*Please register online so that we can best predict our catering needs
A cash bar will be available at this event.
Please join the Vancouver Island Branch for our Meet and Greet event and Annual General Meeting. For more details on this event please click below.
The venue for this event has changed to the Coast Bastion Hotel.The hotel is located at 11 Bastion St, Nanaimo, BC V9R 6E4. Please
for a map.
Our Meet and Greet / AGM at the Nanaimo Golf Club is a great opportunity for members to meet the Vancouver Island Branch Executive and network with other APEGBC members in your area. This event will also provide attendees with an opportunity to discuss our plans for the year ahead and learn more about what volunteer opportunities are available through our Branch.
Appetizers will be provided at this event.
Please register by June 10, 2015 to help us predict our catering needs for this event. If you have questions about this event please contact Vancouver Island Branch Chair, Jarrod Koster, P.Eng. at
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