Friday September 19th at 11:30. Details and RSVP information via their eVite here.
The Fall 2014 AFCEA Education Scholarship Golf Tournament is fast approaching – Sponsorships remain available at almost all categories. Please contact Buzz Buske (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Michael Brown (MichaelMABrown@aol.com) if you are interested in sponsoring. All proceeds go directly to the benefit of AFCEA Lowcountry Chapter Educational initiatives. More details and a flyer are on the Golf page at the AFCEA website.
September 17 at 11:30 am:
The South Carolina Low Country Chapter of the Armed Forces Communication and Electronics Association (AFCEA) announces the September General Membership luncheon:
Crowne Plaza Hotel
4831 Tanger Outlet Boulevard
North Charleston, SC 29418
(Adjacent to Tanger Outlets)
This month’s luncheon will feature:
This month’s speaker is MG Livingston.
We are only accepting RSVPs via the following evite invitation. RSVP here.
Members – $25
Non-Members – $30
Payment may be made at the door by check or cash. Advanced payment may be made via PayPal at the links in the evite. Make sure that you put the name of the actual person attending on your RSVP and on your PayPal transaction memo!
Please keep in mind, the Crowne Plaza will charge the chapter for the headcount we submit to them based on our RSVPs.
No-Shows – Invoiced at applicable rate so, if you RSVP, please make an effort to attend.
Members and guests who do not RSVP will be wait-listed at the door on a first come first serve basis. Available seating will be assigned at 12:00 pm.
RSVP no later than September 12, 2014 COB
On Saturday, September 6th at 7PM, 30 World War II Veterans and 60 Korean War Veterans will be returning to the Charleston International Airport following a full day of visiting their respective Memorials in Washington DC, which, for the majority of them, this will be a first . If you find that you have some free time on that Saturday, the Honor Flight Low Country would like to invite you and as a many folks as you can muster up, to the Charleston Airport to give these Veterans the welcome home that they so greatly deserve. With the current construction underway at the airport, it is not known just how much space or where we can fete these Veterans, but it will happen. So, please make an effort to help make the day for these deserving Veterans. Again, Saturday, September 6th – flight arrives at 7:11 PM.”