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NSE Ikeja Branch Engineering Week Commences: You have got to to be there!


Dear members,
The long awaited Engineering Week 2016 is about to commence.

As earlier appealed, one of the activities slated for this year’s Engineering Week is the Charity Walk to Orphanage Homes. This event shall be taking place on Monday, August 22, 2016 to kick start the week long activities.

In view of the above, we are calling on our members to kindly donate food items and other materials that could be taken to the Orphanages during this special event. Monetary donations are equally encouraged. Please, you can bring your donations/items to the Secretariat or come along with them on Monday, August 22, 2016.

Also, kindly find below the detailed program of the week long event.

NSE IKEJA BRANCH ENGINEERING WEEK 2016
Date
Activity
Venue
Time
Mon - 22/8/16
Charity Walk
To Orphanage Homes                              (Take off from RAEC)
10:00 AM
Press Briefing
Ralph Alabi Engineering Centre
1:00 PM
Tue - 23/8/16
Career Engagement Session for Students of Govt. Tech. College
Lonadek/Cedar STEM Entreprenuership Hub, Jibowu, Yaba
10:00 AM
Indoor Games Competition
Ralph Alabi Engineering Centre
2:00 PM
Wed - 24/8/16
Innovation Fair/Exhibition
Ralph Alabi Engineering Centre
10:00 AM
Thur - 25/8/16
Professional Etiquette Campaign
Mechanic Village, Agidingbi
10:00 AM
Annual General Meeting
Ralph Alabi Engineering Centre
4:00 PM
Fri - 26/8/16
Annual Dinner & Awards
De Renaissance Hotel, Alausa
6:00 PM


Invitation Cards for the  Dinner and Awards Night are available at the secretariat at N1,000 only.

Our Secretariat is located at:
Ralph Alabi Engineering Centre,Oba Ogunji Road,Beside Forte Oil Filling Station,Via Pen-Cinema,Ogba-Agege, Lagos. Tel:   0803 319 1269; 0816 552 9808   Email:  nseikejabranch@yahoo.com

Thanks as we look forward to your active participation.

Engr. Chimezie Nwosuagwu
Secretary, Engineering Week Committee

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