The DC Chapter is no longer mailing its annual newsletter through the U.S. Postal service. A Spring Newsletter
is available by clinking on the Newsletters link. This issue covers chapter activities through August 2017.
NEWSLETTER HIGHLIGHTS:In light of the continuing success of the Model Club of Northern Virginia, the chapter has sponsored the formation of a second model club at the Rockville Memorial Library in Montgomery County, MD. If interested, contact Joy Garrish or see our Chapter's Spring Newsletter for more details. Even better, show up at the library on the 3rd Wednesday of every month.
MicNOVA (Model Investment club of Northern Virginia) meets the 3rd Thursday at the Dolley Madison Library in Mclean, VA. 7- 8:30 p.m.
We have scheduled three webinars this spring: watch for chapter email to register. Look for a chapter email for registration.
Feb. 6th, Suggested Club Education Programs presented by Irina Clements
April 3rd, Strategies for the Current Market presented by Linda Hunt
June 5th, Chapter Directors Talk Stocks presented by several chapter directors.
Mark March 4th for our annual club anniversary celebration at the Arlington Central Library. This has always been a fun-filled program as clubs get to tell about themselves and what has made them succeed for so long. It is also a good chance to network and to find a club to join.
Our in-depth two-day SSG Classes this fall are Saturday, March 18th, and 25th. We are fortunate to have Denise Kimberlin return from SC to teach this class. These classes are basic for all new investors for learning the fundamental BetterInvesting investment philosophy.
April 15 is the joint AAII/BI program, featuring Sam Stovall. His last appearance with us produced a full house and we anticipate a crowd again this time. The topic of his talk is "Will the Bull Be Extended or Extinguished?” Read more about it in the newsletter. Register for this program at aaiidcmetro.com.
The Money Matters Book Discussion Group continues on each second Tuesday of each month at the Oakton Public Library in Fairfax County. See the event listing for more information on monthly topics.
Doorway To DC Regional Area Investment Clubs That Welcome Visitors Have you visited an Investment Club lately? Is your club interested in welcoming visitors? We have a list of Clubs in the DC Metro area that welcome visitors. Send a request for more info to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The DC Regional Chapter is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) (educational) organization serving the District of Columbia, Northern Virginia, and Suburban Maryland. We have been active for more than 40 years, with over 5500 members and more than 500 clubs in the Washington, DC metropolitan area. Our mission is to encourage direct ownership of common stocks. We provide the premier learn-by-doing investment program for both individuals and clubs in the DC metropolitan area.
It's never too late to learn something new! Or, to refresh or reinforce something you already knew! DC Regional Chapter offers classes for every investor, and we look forward to seeing you.