Sixth Annual Golf Scholarship Fundraiser
Featured Happy Crowd, Door Prizes for All!
With 124 golfers and 11 helpers, the Facility Manager Association of New Mexico 2016 Scholarship Fundraiser Golf Tournament will guarantee a record donation this December to the scholarship funds at Central New Mexico Community College and The University of New Mexico. Enjoying a picture perfect day at the Isleta Eagle Championship Golf Course, golfers and golf helpers alike left the event with a door prize in hand.
Loyalty from the membership and its many supporters (both members and non-member companies alike) who believe in and support our educational initiative is the one constant factor in the annual event’s continued success. Distinct contributions, both large and small, from countless companies and outstanding individuals personalized the gathering.
Again the trend to companies fielding multiple teams of golfers continued as they competed in the Championship Division to win the esteemed silver trophy.
Tables full of valuable door prizes mitigated even a bad day on the greens. Power tools, a bicycle, restaurant gift certificates, camping gear, and loads of golf equipment and much much more left with the athletes after the post-game buffet.
“Christmas in July!” exclaimed Phill Jester with IntraWorks. “Once again this tournament is the best in town!”
2016 Door prize sponsors
Amerind Risk Management
Overhead Door Co.
Thyssen Krupp Elevator
Pumps and Service
Thunderbird Harley Davidson
Duke City Harley Davidson
SMI Facility Services
RE Michael Co.
Institute of American Indian Arts
Brian McPartlon Roofing
Help Plan the 2017 FMANM Programs
Submit YOUR Important Ideas via Email TODAY
Are you a facility manager who is seeking specific information on solar technologies, energy management, or some other new building service? Or, are you a supplier who would to take the stage to get your innovative product or service in front of New Mexico’s facility managers?
In an effort to make the Facility Manager Association of New Mexico’s programs relevant to both its facility manager and supplier members, we are inviting YOU to submit ideas to the FMANM program planning committee.
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Real Life, Big Plans, Tight Budgets:
How Road Runner Food Bank Made Their Facility Upgrades
Sound familiar? Need energy efficient equipment, infrastructural upgrades, better operating costs, all on a shoestring budget with limited man-power? Talk to Teresa Johansen, Chief Operating Officer for the RoadRunner Food Bank. She and her team have made these dreams a reality and it is an on-going work in progress.
From their website:
“ Roadrunner Food Bank of New Mexico has been serving New Mexico’s hungry since 1980 thanks to a vision by founder Reverend Titus Scholl. Reverend Scholl started the organization by distributing food to the hungry out of the trunk of a car. From those humble beginnings much has changed in Roadrunner’s 35+ year history. The Food Bank has had three different homes: a building on Edith Boulevard, an old potato chip factory on Baylor, and currently a renovated food distribution facility on Office Boulevard.”
“But the one thing that hasn’t changed in our 35 year history is our service to the hungry people in our community. Thirty-five years later we and our partners are leaders in creating solutions to end hunger in New Mexico. As the largest Food Bank in the state, we distribute more than 30 million pounds every year to a network of hundreds of partner agencies and four regional food banks. In turn, these agencies provide food directly to the hungry in our communities across the state. Agencies we serve include food pantries, shelters, group homes, soup kitchens, low-income senior housing sites, and regional food banks.”
Add into the mix the idea that this organization provides food grade warehousing and must consider concerns for food safety and the picture becomes complex.
Join with members and guests of the the Facility Manager Association of New Mexico on Wednesday morning, August 17th, 2016, at 7 am, at Garduno’s Uptown Restaurant for this great program. Click here to Register and pay online to be included. Members pay $30.00; guests pay $35.00. First time facility managers are always free!
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