Quarterly Chapter Meeting

  • 09 Feb 2011
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Blue Bell Country Club


  • First-timers pay the member price!
  • Non-members who are not attending their first chapter meeting.

Quarterly Chapter Dinner Meeting


Due to an emergency situation at our meeting site, this event has been rescheduled for Wednesday February 16, 2011 at 6:00PM

If you previously registered and cannot attend at the new date and time, please contact Sharon at vicepresident@sepaapa.org by the end of the day on Friday, February 11, 2011.

Blue Bell Country Club

Cost: $45.00 for Members - $55.00 for Non-members

SEPA Presents:

New Pennsylvania Unemployment Reporting System

Begining with the first quarter of 2011, employers will no longer be allowed to file their Pennsylvania Unemployment Insurance reports through eTides!

Originally set to go into effect for the fourth quarter of 2010, the new Unemployment Compensation Management System will be implemented soon.  Join us for an overview of the new system, employer requirements and transition issues.

Mike Neely, of the Pennsylvania Department of Labor and Industry will be joining us again to speak on this important and timely topic.  Mike had been with the PA DoL for for over thirty years and is currently the Unemployment Compensation Tax Regional Director for six Unemployment Compensation Tax Offices in four suburban counties outside of Philadelphia.

Mike is part of the Department's Speakers Bureau and has made presentations to the Pennsylvania Society of Public Accountants, the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue's Fall Tax Seminars, the Bucks County Small Business Tax Forum and the Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

We will serve a roasted chicken dinner, coffee and dessert.  If you have special dietary needs, please contact Sharon at vicepresident@sepaapa.org.

Click Here for Directions to the Blue Bell Country Club!

The Community Outreach for SEPA’s February meeting is a book collection benefiting students at the Thurgood Marshall Elementary School, which is located in the Olney section of Philadelphia.

Thurgood Marshall has 700 students in grades K – 8.  Over 85% of these students are economically disadvantaged, so books would not be high on their list of items to purchase.

The books collected by SEPA members will be given to the teachers at Thurgood Marshall to use in their classrooms during silent reading time and present as awards to students to help promote reading and develop their interest in books.

Please select books that you believe will interest students in this age group.  While new books are preferred, we will also collect ones that are gently used.  Too many times children don’t have the tools needed to develop and grow in a positive way.  This collection will be a small step to help the students at Thurgood Marshall achieve that goal.

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