NIMAC to provide update and announce 2014 board of directors at annual meetingby jmaloni
Guest speaker Congressman Chris Collins to address organization
The Niagara Military Affairs Council will hold its annual meeting Thursday, June 5, at 5:30 p.m. (doors open at 4:30 p.m.) at the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, Heritage Center.
The meeting will include the election and introduction of NIMAC's board of directors, as well as an update of the organization's efforts on behalf of the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station and its units. The meeting will feature remarks by U.S. Congressman Chris Collins.
In addition, NIMAC Chairman John Cooper and Vice Chairman Merrell Lane will provide a review of the organization's 2013 accomplishments and highlight NIMAC's goals for 2014. A key goal for the organization in 2014 is to increase membership in the organization. The membership fee for individuals is $20; for small businesses the fee is $50; a corporate membership is $100.
"We hope all our members and those interested in being involved with NIMAC will take the time to attend our annual meeting and learn about the many ways in which our organization supports and benefits the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station," Cooper said. "Every member helps us with our ongoing mission of supporting the base, which plays such an important role in the economic prosperity of our region."
The annual meeting is free and open to the public. All attendees must possess proper identification to gain entrance to the base. Attendees can call 716-283-4008 or email [email protected] to make a reservation or ask any questions.
The Niagara Military Affairs Council is a nonprofit organization that works to support the growth and prosperity of the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station and its personnel, creating a positive economic impact on the Western New York Community. Founded in 1996 as a result of the 1995 Base Realignment and Closure Commission, NIMAC continues to support and promote capital investment by the federal government in the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station by increasing the NFARS visibility and calling attention to its attributes among key Department of Defense, congressional and military leaders.
NIMAC is an apolitical and Hatch Act-compliant organization, allowing free communication between NIMAC and military leadership. For more information, visit www.NIMAC.org.