Last Friday Sylvia O’Keefe, Member Services Manager, and Tom Rowe, Deputy Chair SA State Committee, had the pleasure of joining ‘the Legends’ for their annual lunch at the Astor Hotel.
It was great to see an attendance of around 30 keen to catch up with old friends and colleagues. Tom kindly gave a short API update and general market observation on the back of an unsettling year. Thanks again to Des Solly who keeps these events going.
So what makes you a legend? If you were practising in valuation or property or qualified by in practical experience training, or a valuation or property student, prior to 1984.
If you are interested in joining one of the monthly catch ups or annual lunch contact Des and he will add you to his list. Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Valuer copies available
One of our ‘Legends’ has extra copies of the Valuer if any Members are missing one as listed below.
If interested please contact Brian Blackburn via email email@example.com.
|12, 13 & 14||Complete set|
|18 to 34||Complete set|
|36||6, 7, 8 available|
Posted on November 11, 2020
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