Houston Volunteers to Hold Conference on Strengthening America’s Communities
On Friday, September 14, 2012, from 11 AM to 7 PM at the Sam Houston Race Park, 7575 N. Sam Houston Parkway West, 2nd Level, volunteers with the Greater Houston Chapter of the Community Associations Institute will host a day of education and the opportunity to obtain information on products, services and solutions for board members and homeowners living in community associations. The conference is open to the public and is free of charge.
Education sessions include:
The Art of Volunteerism
Rights and Responsibilities
Meetings that Work
In addition to the education curriculum, over 100 vendors will man booths to offer their expertise on a wide range of products and services ranging from roof replacement to pest control and from legal services to pool maintenance.
Attendees may register early for chances to win one or more of the drawings throughout the day by emailing to Talina@caihouston.org their name, company/ community, and phone number. Enter “Conference registration” in the Subject field.
CAI is a national membership association that provides information, tools and resources to homeowners and professionals who govern and manage community and condominium associations. CAI members include community managers, volunteer homeowner leaders and businesses and professionals who support common-interest communities. The Greater Houston Chapter of CAI serves community associations in the greater Harris County area, including but certainly not limited to Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Grimes, Montgomery, Walker and Waller Counties. More information is available at www.caihouston.org and (713)784-5462
CAI is a 30,000-member, national association dedicated to fostering successful community associations. Working in partnership with almost 60 state and regional chapters, CAI provides information, education and resources to associations and the professionals who support them. Our mission is to inspire professionalism, effective leadership and responsible citizenship, ideals reflected in communities that are preferred places to call home. In 2011 the chapter celebrates its 35th year, and has been recognized by the Governor of Texas, County Judge, and the Mayor of Houston for our role in providing education, networking and resources to our members.