The Tom Smith New Mexico Chapter
Revision Date 4/12/2022
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We will next be meeting Wednesday, April 13th. at Sunnyside Up Cafe
(See "Meeting and Location" tab for more info.)
The room should be available by 11:00 and orders placed by 11:30 when the meeting is scheduled to begin.
Mask mandate is again in force and required to enter the restaurant but optional after you are in our meeting room.
April meeting presentation is an AFIO NOW Interview with Bran Denson, Author of:
"The Spy's Son: The True Story of the Highest-Ranking CIA Officer Ever Convicted of Espionage and the Son He Trained to Spy for Russia".
The interview runs 19 minutes. The book is available from Amazon
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Please contact Chapter President for User Name and Password if you are a new member or have forgotten it:
or call Sam Shaw - Phone: 505-379-3963.
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