It’s hard to believe, but fall is right around the corner. The Redskins are in training camp and back-to-school shopping is in full swing. I hope everyone is having a nice summer and enjoying some vacation time with the family. July was another great month for the chapter with an excellent luncheon program at Maggiano’s featuring timely presentations by Lisa Kirchenbauer and David Taube.
This month we have our first ever FPANCA Night at the Ballpark on Saturday, August 8th for the Nationals vs Rockies baseball game at Nationals Park! Unfortunately, at this point we are SOLD OUT of tickets. So if you missed out on tickets this year, make sure you register early for next year’s outing.
And back by popular demand, on Wednesday, September 2nd we will have another FPANCA Happy Hour event at Chima Restaurant in Tysons Corner, VA. Our happy hour events are always fun so come out and celebrate the end of summer with your colleagues! Please click HERE for the details and to register.
We are very excited to announce the second annual FPANCA Community Day of Service on Friday, September 11th. We will be working directly with a local non-profit focused on addressing the problem of homelessness in the metro area. We will be working with Home Stretch again this year, and look forward to a busy day with them! If you are interested in giving back to your community by volunteering your time, please click HERE for the details and to register.
And finally, to close out September we will have a great Luncheon Program on Thursday, September 17th at the Bethesda Country Club featuring continuing education programs on reverse mortgages and the language of risk. Please click HERE for the details and to register.
Please visit our Community Calendar for a comprehensive list of upcoming events, and then add them to your calendar!
We need your feedback and suggestions to help us make our programs even better. Please reach out to us with your thoughts and ideas. The contact information for our Board of Directors is listed HERE. And please get involved and volunteer for one of our committees. It is a great way to make an impact and to build new relationships with your colleagues.
Kenneth C. Robinson, CFP®
2015 FPA NCA President