Chapter Meeting

  • 11 Nov 2009
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Blue Bell Country Club - NEW LOCATION!!!

Quarterly Chapter Meeting


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


SEPA Presents:


Roundtable Q& A Session


Get answers to those nagging payroll questions!


Do you have questions regarding year-end, tax filing, W-2's or changes to the tax laws for 2010?  Now is your time to ask!  Easy questions, hard questions - we'll take them all!


Submit your questions on these or any other subjects and our chapter leaders will do the research and find the answers you are looking for!


All members are encouraged to join the discussion and share their unique experiences on the questions asked for a true professional networking experience!


Chapter Elections


We will be holding elections for the positions of Vice President and Government Liason at this chapter meeting.  If you would like to nominate someone for one of these positions, please go to the Nominations page in the Member's Only section of our website and submit their name!


Seminar Giveaway


This year, the chapter will be giving away one free registration to an APA seminar of your choice up to $500.00 in value (for seminar registration only).  All members who have attended chapter meetings will be given one chance to win for each chapter meeting they have attended during the year.  The lucky winner will be drawn at this chapter meeting!  Good luck to all!


Dinner will be your choice of:


Roasted Chicken or Pasta Primavera.


Please Note - New Meeting Location:


This meeting will be held at the Blue Bell Country Club.  For directions to the Blue Bell Country Club, please click on the link.

Community Outreach Project

Neshaminy Manor has been selected for SEPA’s community outreach project for November.


Neshaminy Manor is a non-profit nursing home funded in part by the taxpayers of Bucks County, and the Federal and State governments.  The 360 bed sub-acute/skilled care facility providing short term and long term care is located on Route 611 in Warrington.


Residents here are from a wide range of backgrounds, economic levels, and functional capabilities.  Many have little or no family in the area.  They are in need of personal care items and recreational aids.


Please bring your donations to the November meeting so that we can make the holidays a little brighter for the residents of Neshaminy Manor.


Suggested items are:


Personal:  scented lotion, scented hand soap, scented cream rinse, room fresheners (no aerosols or plug-ins), postage stamps

Recreational:  large print crossword puzzle or word search books, jewelry making items (inexpensive beads, stretchy cording), pictures to color (no juvenile pictures, please – AC Moore and Michaels have nice ones)

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