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Monthly Business Meeting

  • January 10, 2013
  • 5:30 PM
  • Lake Hickory Country Club - 430 17th Ave NW, Hickory, NC 28601


  • Member registration is $20.00.
    Members may either pay online, or be billed by the PCEA Chapter Treasurer.
  • Non-Member Registration is $35.00

    Non-Members may pay online via credit card or PayPal, or by check. Payment from non-members must be received prior to the meeting.

    Non-members who wish to join PCEA and bring a completed Membership Application with Membership Joining Fee to the meeting will not be charged for this meeting.
  • Select this option only if you will NOT BE ATTENDING.

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SPECIAL BULLETIN: North Carolina's New Mechanic's Lien Law - The Ground Has Shifted

"On July 12, 2012, North Carolina Session Laws 2012-158 and 2012-175 became law.  These laws significantly change North Carolina's mechanic's lien and public project bond statutes.  In order to continue to receive the rights and protections provided by these statutes, anyone engaged in the construction process will need to understand – and strictly comply with – these new provisions."

Please join us for our Monthly Business Meeting where David W. Hood, a partner with the Law Firm of Patrick, Harper & Dixon, will be discussing the new NC Lien Law Changes and how they affect the construction industry!

When:Thursday, January 10, 2013

Where: Lake Hickory Country Club

Towne Course
430 17th Ave NW
Hickory, NC  28601

Social Hour: 5:30 - 6:30 PM
Dinner & Meeting: 6:30 PM

Dinner Menu: TBD

PLEASE REGISTER/RSVP NO LATER THAN Tuesday, January 8th.  We expect this to be a highly attended meeting, so get your reservations in early!


** Non-Member Registration for this meeting is $35.00.  Meeting registration fee will be waived for any non-member who would like to join PCEA and brings their completed application with membership joining fee to the meeting. **

PCEA - Catawba Valley Chapter

Please Note: 

Contributions, gifts or payments to the Professional Construction Estimators Association are not tax deductible as charitable contributions. 

However, they may be tax deductible as ordinary and necessary business expense.

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