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MMCA News & Events

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More than 100 members and their guests enjoyed the Michigan Mason Contractors' Association (MMCA) Las Vegas reception on March 30 at the Venetian Resort. Friday, a general membership meeting and golf outing took place at Angel Park Golf Club.

Michael Adelizzi, MCAA executive director, provided a summary of legislative activities concerning silica, man basket usage with forklifts and the immigration issue.

Ed Boettcher of Boettcher Masonry further discussed the silica issue and its potential impact on insurance coverage.

Tony Darkangelo, Masonry Institute of Michigan's marketing director, made a MV Tech presentation. The program provides online training for specific masonry functions.

The spring general membership meeting and golf outing took place at the Oak Lane Golf Club in Webberville on May 9. Joe Forgue, CAM safety consultant, spoke to the members and their guests.

For more information about future activities, please visit the MMCA website at www.mmca-mi.com.


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The Michigan Mason Contractors’ Association has been working to educate, promote and enhance the masonry industry throughout the state of Michigan since 1968. Visit www.mmca-mi.com to learn more.

 

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