February 10th, 1999

WATERLOO TECHNICAL SOCIETY

Wednesday, 10 February 1999

Greenstreets at

Cedar Falls Holiday Inn


Topic:

 

Red Cross Disaster/Blood/Health and Safety

Time:

Social period: 6:00 P.M. Dinner: 6:30 P.M. at Greenstreets Restaurant, 5826 University Ave., Cedar Falls.

Price:

$10.50 per person (includes tax, tip & room rent.)

Reservations:

Telephone Tim Boorom (319)266-7085, by noon on Monday, February 8th, 1999. Leave message on answering machine. Guests are welcome if they make a reservation. Please state if special dinner preparations are necessary.

Speaker:

Charlie Baier

Program Chair:

Chuck Angel

Biography:

Charlie Baier, executive director, has been active in the Red Cross for 19 years, the last 6 years in Waterloo. He has served the Red Cross both in the US and overseas including 3years in Germany.

Program:

The Waterloo Red Cross has been serving the community since 1917. Waterloo Red Cross Services have included Health Education, Disaster Preparedness and Response, Service to the Armed Forces and their Families, and Blood Bank Services. Over 450 Active Local Volunteers allow the Red Cross to provide these services.

American National Red Cross Website: http://www.redcross.org

Dues:

1998-1999 Dues of $10.00 may be sent to the Treasurer, Dick Michael, 2628 West 3rd St., Cedar Falls, IA 50613 or may be paid at the meeting. If your mailing label shows "S99", you are paid up through September '99.


James Tucker, a Loyal Waterloo Technical Society Member for 48 years, a John Deere Waterloo Operations Employee for 26years, and an Air Force Glider Pilot in WWII passed away on January 6th, 1999.

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