AFE-St. Louis's June Meeting/Tour

St. Louis Chapter 26 would like to express a special Thank You to 

Mike Hohl - City Lighting

Les Hohl - City Lighting

Joe Plassmeyer - Osram Sylvania

Lens Masters 

along with all the rest of the great folks at City Lighting, for hosting our meeting and giving us a most interesting tour.

Thank to all those members who showed their support by attending. We look forward to seeing your again next month. To all our guest, we hope this event shed some light on some of the many benefits of belonging to our organization. We will enjoy seeing you at the next meeting as members of the Association for Facilities Engineering!

Frank Kastl

President-AFE St. Louis (Chapter 26)

The Meeting:

We started out networking in City Lighting's show room. Their hospitality was overwhelming. I sure no one was thirsty the entire event. :>)

Joe of Sylvania was there to enlighten us with little known facts and information about lighting.

Lens Masters followed up the presentations with valuable information on recycling lamps, and regulations.



How many Engineers does it take to put in a light bulb?

Three, two installing the lights and one on the phone getting instructions. :>) Actually, Joe (left) and Frank (middle) are setting up a demo on how different lights can change the color of products they shine on.

Our next speaker, Lens Masters, Inc. representative (right), taking care of business.



After the presentations, City Lighting had a hot dinner catered in for us. How does chicken done up southern style sound? Mmmmm






Did I mention Mr. Hohl's hospitality? As if the fancy dinner wasn't enough, he shared their secret "Hospitality lounge" with us. This room fell right in line with our AFE chapter president's primary directive. " Have Fun! "

Please see our scrapbook for more pictures.


Thanks Again City Lighting, for the great time!

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Please support them with your patronage.

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St. Louis, MO 63110



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