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ALERT  – March 16, 2020

Good Afternoon ACSA Region 15 Leaders,

Due to current events, the Region 15 Board is working on getting some communication out regarding upcoming regional events.  For now, the April 15th Regional Assembly in Glendale has been cancelled.  We are hoping to move this to a Zoom or WebEx, so stay tuned!

As for the Awards Banquet on April 30th, we are looking at the possibility of rescheduling, and if that cannot happen, it will need to be cancelled.  For now, please inform your folks to hold off on additional registrations, sending checks, etc. until we know the exact plan.  For those that have already registered, if we reschedule, and it works for your schedule, we can hold onto your payment.  If it doesn’t work with your schedule, we will reimburse you.  Again, please stay tuned, stay safe, and stay healthy.

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We are delighted to welcome you to our region!

We look forward to hearing from you, meeting you at regional events and providing up-to-date information, news and resources for you on our website.
ACSA Region 15 serves northern Los Angeles county. Home to 24 charters, the region includes cities such as Pomona, Palmdale, West Covina, Pasadena, Burbank, El Monte, Santa Clarita, Lancaster, Glendale, La Puente, Whittier and more.

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