New Jersey InterNACHI announcements & January 22 meeting in Bloomfield.

Still adjusting to 2015? The New Year is settling in, and the Martin Luther King Holiday is upon us. And now its time for our first Bloomfield NJNACHI meeting of 2015.

Our regular monthly meeting will be this Thursday 1/22/15 at our normal Bloomfield location.

Come out to meet your colleagues, commiserate about the season, and get a little education. Our educational presentation will be by Marc Ricciardi of Ecologic Envionmental .

NJNACHI meets twice monthly on the second Tuesday in Medford or nearby locale (we are still seeking a permanent new home ther), and the fourth Thursday in Bloomfield, both at 6:30pm with typically 2 hours of educational presentations at each meeting.

Again, Our next Bloomfield meeting date is 1/22/15 and our next southern meeting will be February 10, 2015, possibly at the Red Lion Inn.
You should have received your annual membership renewal in the mail. Please check that the information we have on file is accurate, and return wit any needed corrections. We look forward to a healthy and prosperous New Year for everyone.

For applications or information email


Given: Edgar Woodson

Meeting Date: January 22, 2015

Day of Meeting: Thursday

Starting Time: 6:30 pm

Place: The Town Pub

       378 Broad St 

       Bloomfield, NJ  

Dinner $25 for members $35 for non members


Special Meeting Offer!

Remember we have a special offer for NJNACHI meetings as part of our membership initiative - for any member bringing a new non-member guest to a NJNACHI meeting, the guest attends the first meeting for free (a $35 value) and the member attends for 1/2 the usual fee - Such a deal!
NJNACHI Needs You!

If you’ve been looking for a way to contribute to the growth of the profession, to helping your colleagues int he industry, or just as way to get out of the house, contact us at and let us know you would like to get involved. We welcome your help.

Contact us at for anything you need and look for further announcements.


Edgar Woodson


My old Hometown