From The President
I hope this message finds all of you and your families safe and well. I wanted to inform the membership of some upcoming events for the PSA in October.
We are planning another Zoom meeting with 03 Mining on October 14th at 12pm. This event, sponsored by Harvard Investors, will be a revenue producing event for the PSA so I would hope that many of you will register and attend the meeting. The registration will be available in a few days as we are finalizing the event. Please save the date.
As many of you know, the PSA was established on October 29, 1929 and we have had our annual meeting and elections on or around that date, which is rapidly approaching. I have sent out an email a couple of weeks ago and mentioning that we will have some board rotations coming up and are also accepting nominations for officers. We will have 2 officer positions opening this year; Vice President and Secretary. Pablo Crespo, our current VP has relocated to Florida and Henry “Doc” Miller has given notice that he will not be available to act as Secretary in the coming year.
For those of you who do wish to put forth your name or nominate someone for a board and officer position, please notify myself or Rich Muhlberg. I am pleased to say that I will continue to serve the PSA as President and Calvin Rose as Treasurer for another year. The annual meeting and elections will be a virtual event this year. Please look out for the announcement in the next week or so.
As we approach the Fall season and the ability for the PSA to resume more normalized luncheon meetings gets closer, one of the questions we must answer is, will you attend? The City of Philadelphia announced that we can resume indoor dining again at 50% occupancy rates beginning this Friday. That being said, if we do move forward in planning an “in person” luncheon, I would like to survey the membership to see if you would attend a luncheon. Of course, spacing the number of attendees at a table and limiting the number of tables will occur to stay in-line with social distancing requirements. We will be sending a survey out to our active membership and would request that everyone respond so that we may decide if, and where, we will hold these future events.
I wish you all a safe and happy fall season.
Jay Alan Weinberg