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Next Meeting: TuesdayOctober 21st@ 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm----2 CEU’s




First Annual Halloween – Scary Home Inspector Stories






Haunted houses are easy compared with unexpected scary problems or scary people. Join your Toronto Meeting Groups colleagues on October 21st at our east meeting haunt when we will dissect some scary situations to help you keep the bats and clients from biting and the lawyers from howling. In the first half, our host, Count Dealbreaker will serve some of his favorite scary moments and lead the discussion.


In the second half, we invite you, if you dare, to describe your scariest home inspection situation, how you resolved it, and what we should learn from it, in five minutes or less.  If possible, please bring along a thumb drive with JPG files (no thumbs attached please) with photos of your situation and report description that can be shown to the assembled. (You can also bring your own laptop for connecting to our projector ) Prizes will be awarded for the scariest story and the best costume. Dress is mandatory, but costumes are optional.




Starting at 6:30 pm is an opportunity for new members and guests to engage committee members, to ask questions about the association and the home inspection profession.


As always, feel free to invite guests but note that guests are limited to attending a maximum of two meetings without being a member of the OAHI. Should they wish to attend more, they will be required to join the Association in one of the available membership categories. All members and guests are required to sign-in before the meeting begins. Members receive CEU's (Continuing Education Units) for their attendance to our monthly meetings.




The meeting will be held at our Markham location.


PARK INN BY RADISSON (Formerly--Howard Johnson Hotel Markham, 555 Cochrane Drive, Markham (South of Hwy 7 / East of 404)






TMG Committee: Lee Reich , Michael Greenberg , Gerry Quackenbush


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