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Calling all Golfers &
 Generous Sponsors

Date: Saturday October 15th, 2016
Time: Check in at Noon. Foursome shotgun start at 1:00 pm http://www.aspenlakes.com/
Banquet: Aspen Lakes Golf Course dining room at 5:30 pm
Entry Fee: $100.00 per player includes a scrumptious banquet with two complimentary beverage tickets, use of golf cart and the usual golf amenities.
Registration: Register for golf on line at PNCWA’s Conference website here or if you need help, email mikerainey@pncwa.org . Solo and Team golfers please register through the conference registration. or for help, email mikerainey@pncwa.org . If you need help to fill out a foursome, email kim@whreilly.com and she can help! 

SPONSORS, PLANT YOUR FLAG HERE! Continue reading: more info at Golf at PNCWA2016

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Young Professionals Summit Registration is Open

Join us Nov. 4 in Puyallup, WA to connect with Young Professionals and Industry members at the Second Annual Pacific Northwest Young Professional Summit. The Summit will be a full-day event, with industry speakers and interactive sessions, focusing on skills for Young Professionals to elevate their careers—finishing with a networking happy hour. The YP Summit is Jointly organized by the PNCWA Students & Young Professionals Committee and the PNWS Young Professionals Committee. Sponsorship Opportunities are  still available for interested organizations. For more information, questions, or to volunteer, please contact Candice Au-Yeung. Continue reading

Or register online now.

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PNCWA Water Blog. Timely issues about water quality.

Basia Irland, excerpt from the National Geographic's Water Currents blog.