01/19/10 65 W - + 6 - 6 Wake County Firefighter's Association Quarterly Supper and Meeting, Tuesday, Feb. 9

The next Wake County Firefighter's Association Quarterly Supper / Meeting will be held at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 9, at Bay Leaf Station 1 at  11713 Six Forks Road. That's a B shift day. The remaining 2010 meeting locations have also been posted to the WCFA web site. The meeting agenda will be posted later as made available.

Can somebody provide me with the name and contact information for the President of the association?

CHIEF 100 (Email) - 01/20/10 - 15:35

Click the above web site, click the Officers button on the resulting site, and the e-mail address for President Lee Price is right there.
See Above - 01/20/10 - 15:43

Thanks for posting Mike! Also wanted to give folks advanced notice, that we will be having a special event for our August 10th meeting (that’s a b-shift too) – Dave Dodson, creator of “The Art of Reading Smoke” program, will be our guest speaker. That meeting will be at the Raleigh Convention Center, 500 S. Salisbury Street. We will not be serving a meal that night, and will only have a short business meeting – the rest of the time will be dedicated to Mr. Dodson’s presentation. All are welcome to attend!
[ncfirewolf] (Web Site) - 01/20/10 - 21:28

Thanks for the heads up Sue….I’ve heard it’s an awesome class.
Silver - 01/20/10 - 23:40

I’ll announce again in August, a couple weeks ahead of the event. That’s always a challenge, figuring the “sweet spot” for announcements. How far ahead should folks be told of stuff? Well, as early as possible, right? Not necessarily. Save the date notices can be great, but only if people (a.) read them, and (b.) take action on them, notably recording the date on their calendars. I’ve asked public relations people about lead time, and just how far ahead to notify people of events. I’ve also paid attention to press releases, and when they are issued. It seems like a week or two ahead seems to be what “they” do. Notify too far in advance, and people then forget it. Notify too late in advance, and people don’t have time to change plans.
Legeros - 01/21/10 - 07:38

I have been to one of Dave Dodson’s presentation and it is an outstanding program. Mark your calendar, it will be worth your time. His program is normally 8 hours or more. Its unfortunate that this will be shorter program. As said earlier, any of his material is worth seeing.
T. Saunders - 01/21/10 - 08:34

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