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6:00 PM Wednesday, October 21, 2009
at the Ramada Inn, Bordentown, NJ

This fall the Southern New Jersey Chapter of ASHI will celebrate its 10th anniversary and we'd like to invite you to celebrate it with us. We will hold a special "open" meeting on Wednesday, October 21, 2009, and are hoping that you might join us…..for free!

Mr. Bill Kibbel, a member and former chapter president, will be the speaker for the education portion of the meeting. His presentation will be about "Old House Inspections". If you don't know Bill here's a bit of his background:
  • Has inspected over 10,000 buildings between 100 and 350 years old
  • Writes articles and columns for national and regional publications
  • Is a frequent speaker at home inspector seminars and at restoration conferences.
This 2 hour education program will credit you with 2 NJ CEU's. Plan to arrive at the Ramada Inn about 6:00 for free sandwiches and beverages and some casual chit-chat. You will have an opportunity to meet our current chapter members. Bill's program will kick off at about 6:30.

Southern NJ ASHI offers similar 1 or 2 hour, NJ CEU approved educational programs each month for Chapter members. In addition, we have an annual one-day seminar where you can earn an additional 6 to 8 CEU's.

By becoming a member of the chapter you will also be able to network with our 60 plus members, most of whom have many years of home inspection experience. Add to your professional credentials by coming to our meeting. If you like what you see we'd love to have you join our chapter. Annual dues for 2009-2010 are only $100….. a terrific bargain! For additional information please visit our chapter website at

We look forward to welcoming you to our meeting in October

The Board and Members of Southern NJ ASHI

The Ramada Inn is located on the northbound side of Rt. 206 at Exit No. 7 of the New Jersey Turnpike. It is also near Exit No. 56 of I-295.

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