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Early bird deadline approaching for OGWA show


April 12, 2011
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April 12, 2011, Ont. – The 59th annual Ontario Ground Water Association (OGWA)
Convention & Trade Show is coming soon. Members
can register by April 25 to take advantage of the early bird members-only
rates for the show, running May 26 to 28 
at the Ambassador Conference Resort in Kingston, Ont.

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Members will also find more information in the OGWA’s upcoming
issue of The Source, on its way in the mail this week.

 Visitors to show can opt-in to lots of fun, including golf
on Thursday, visiting with their manufacturers and suppliers at the trade show
on Friday, take in a scenic dinner cruise on Lake Ontario and boogie down at the
silent auction and western theme dance after the president’s banquet on
Saturday.

Here is a schedule of events provided by the OGWA:

Thursday:

8:30 am – 4:30 pm: Fleming College CE Course: “Customer
Service & Communications for the Well Construction Industry”

12:00 noon: Golf at Westbrook Golf Course

11:30 am -11:00 pm: Trade Show Set Up

8:00 pm -11:00 pm: Wine & Cheese Reception / Hospitality
Suite

Friday:

9:00 am – 4:30 pm: TRADE SHOW

Presentations

Morning

10:00 am – 11:00 am: Stan Marco, Geosmart. “Geothermal Loops
– Bottom to the Top”

11:00 am – 12 Noon: Mark Duckworth, Baroid. “Geothermally
Enhanced Grouts”

Afternoon

12:00 Noon – 1:00 pm: Bruce Hietkamp, Heron Instruments.
“Data Loggers vs. Manual Measurements”

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm: Lorne & Jason Jackson, CWQA. “Water
Treatment 101”

2:00 pm – 2:30 pm: Kim Yee, MOE. “Online Well Record Search”

Technical Seminar (Room TBA)

2:30 pm – 3:30 pm: Sean Welsh, Franklin Electric “Meters and
Motors. A Focus on the Franklin 10 Minute Troubleshooting Technique”

6:00 pm: 1000 Islands Scenic Boat Cruise & Dinner

Hospitality Suite

Saturday:

8:30 am: Membership Division Meetings

10:30 am: Annual General Meeting

12:00 Noon: Luncheon

1:30 pm: Afternoon Tours:

Tour 1, Marine Museum of the Great Lakes (www.marmuseum.ca) includes Dry Dock &
Pump House Steam Museum – A National Historic Site of Canada

Tour 2, Haunted Pub Walk (www.hauntedwalk.com/kingstontours.php)

Features some of the city's documented hauntings & darker history, plus two
pub stops along the way

6:00 pm: Reception for Banquet

6:30 pm: President’s Banquet & Awards

8:00 pm: Silent Auction & Registration Draw

9:00 pm: Western Dance
Hospitality Suite

OGWA website

 

 

 


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