CFMA VOS Chapter Updates
October 1, 2016
Golf Tournament Early Bird Discount Ends THIS WEEK!
Tournament is October 18, 2016

It's October!!  That means cooler temperatures, winter grass and re-introducing ourselves to our neighbors after being locked in the AC all summer.  It also means the golf tournament is only two weeks away!

Registration is open now - sign up today to sponsor/play and to take advantage of the extended early bird discount THIS WEEK ONLY - special pricing expires at end of day Friday, October 7.  
Please contact  Dave Miller  with any questions, for sponsorship information, or to get involved on the golf committee. Completed  registration forms  can be sent to .  Those interested in volunteering at the tournament, please let  Michelle Walker  know.  Thank you to all of the sponsors who have already signed up -  see them all  and also what sponsorships are still available by visiting the tournament web page.
Suicide Prevention in the Workplace
Local training opportunity
Sally Spencer-Thomas, an international leader on Suicide Prevention will be offering her Working Minds Train-the-Trainer program on Thursday, October 20th.  McCarthy is hosting this full day workshop, ideal for your HR and safety people, along with supervisors and managers.  Participants will receive training and tools to be able to train others back in their organizations.  To learn more and register, click here.  If you have any questions, contact Dave James or Michelle Walker.

Community Service
We are pleased to report our chapter's great support of the UMom Walk for Homeless Families - your generous contributions helped us raise over $3,600 and be the second highest fundraising team!  Thank you to all who supported and participated.

Next up - Emergency Food Box packing at St. Mary's Food Bank!  Join us on Friday, November 4th from 9:00 am - Noon for this fun, fast paced event.  Learn more & sign up here, or contact Diana Bujnovsky with any questions.

October Luncheon

Jeff Fleetham, Director of the Arizona Registrar of Contractors, will join us along with a panel of speakers from his agency.  

Make your reservations now to attend what is sure to be an informative presentation on Thursday, October 20th at the Doubletree.
Proposition Information

There are two propositions that will be on Arizona's ballot in the upcoming November election whose outcomes could have major impacts on businesses/employers in the state.  Proposition 205 is the Recreational Tax of Marijuana Act, legalizing the recreational use and sale of marijuana with significant changes to employment practices surrounding enforcement of drug testing programs.  Proposition 206 is promoted as a Minimum Wage Law but contains concerning language and requirements for Paid Sick Time for Arizona employees that could create major challenges for employers.  Please visit the links to read more and access additional information on each of these Propositions before you cast your vote.  
PO Box 4130, Scottsdale, AZ  85261  
Phone: 602-892-4074