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    Meeting of the chapter staff via Zoom
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    Join us at 1130 for lunch or 1200 for the start of the meeting on Zoom.
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    Join us at 1130 for lunch or 1200 for the start of the meeting on Zoom. At this meeting we will recognize our Octo/Nano Senior Members.
  5. Please see the attached newsletter. If you wish the newsletters to be emailed to you, please provide your email address using the "Contact Us" link at the bottom of the main website page. Mar - Apr 2021.pdf
  6. This month's minute wouldn't format correctly. Please see the attached file. April 21 Security Minute.pdf
  7. Minutes for our March Hybrid meeting. MOWW Minutes 3-20-2021.pdf
  8. The hybrid meeting agenda for March. Agenda 20 March 21.pdf
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    March Hybrid Meeting 03-20-2021

    Screen shots and photos from our March 20 meeting.
  10. Homeland Security Minute A Different Kind of Threat I have often talked about paying attention to the indicators around us to identify man-made threats. Identifying something is wrong is the first step, but even more important is taking action to negate or act on the possible threat. Friday night last my wife was feeding the community cats in our front and back yards. She returned into the house and mentioned to me that she was smelling gas out front. I looked up with some doubt in my eyes and said I’d check it out. I went into the back yard, walked a
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    This month's speaker will discuss the status of Covid 19 Public Heath actions in El Paso.
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    A special meeting to create a possible officers slate for June elections.
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    Monthly staff meeting.
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    ROTC Virtual Roundtable

    On 25 February the Chapter held its first ever Virtual Roundtable for NROTC & JROTC cadets in the greater El Paso area. The featured speaker was National MOWW CINC BGen Frederick Lopez. Almost 60 Companions, Staff, and ROTC cadets and staff participated.
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    20 February Staff Meeting

    The Chapter held a Zoom planning meeting to discuss our calendar for the rest of the year.
  16. Please review the Homeland Security Minute Posted below: February 21 HS Security Minute.pdf
  17. Please review the chapter's newsletter below. Feel free to forward a copy to anyone who might have interest in our Order. Jan - Feb 2021.pdf
  18. The minutes from the Chapter Luncheon are saved below: MOWW Minutes 1-16-2021.pdf
  19. Mr. Don Parrott spoke to the Greater El Paso Chapter of the Military Order of the World Wars on Saturday January 16 via Zoom. His presentation is posted below. His contact information is: Don Parrott District Outreach Coordinator Texas Veterans Commission Northeast El Paso Workforce Center 8941 Dyer Street, Suite A El Paso, TX 79904 Cell: (915) 258-5037 Email: don.parrott@tvc.texas.gov TVCProgramOverviewPresentation.pptx
  20. Please review the Chapter's Luncheon meeting agenda 01-16-21 Meeting Agenda.docx
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    In lieu of the regular February Chapter Luncheon, the Chapter will be hosting a virtual round table for ROTC/JROTC students. The meeting will have a special guest speaker who is not quite confirmed as of yet. Please stay tuned for further details.
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    The special planning meeting will be virtual and all companions are invited to join. We will be discussing how to conduct the Massing of the Colors, the officer slate for 21-22, and other critical chapter business. Please join us. Zoom address will be the same address as previous chapter zoom meetings. If you need assistance please contact Rich Moore or Buck Hamilton.
  23. Staff Meeting Agenda Staff Mtg 11 Jan 2021.pdf
  24. Homeland Security Minute Jan 2021 I’m glad to see 2020 leave. As we enter the new year it is a good time to stop and review the security of our house and property. Removing Christmas lights and ornaments provides a time to look around the exterior of our home and check out several items. First, is the exterior of the house free from items that can provide concealment to persons intent on looking into or breaking windows? Is the exterior well lit at night to prevent shadows from providing hiding spots? Second, do entrance doors have wi
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    January Staff meeting will be conducted virtually over Zoom.
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