JP meeting to be held in SP

Sunday, October 11th, 2009

Dear J.P.’s

The Association of Justices of the Peace & Commissioners of the Supreme Court will be visiting San Pedro on the 24th October, 2009 to conduct a training seminar and re-establish the chapter. Cost of training is $20.00 per person. We would like to commence at 6:00 p.m. the training should take approximately 2 hours and the meeting to re-establish the chapter should last approximately 45 minutes. Once we start on time we should be finished by 9:00 p.m.
Please bring a pen and your reading glasses as we shall go through many of the documents that JP’s witness on a regular basis. We shall also be outlining details of the JP Act of 2005.
I would like to ask you all to please contact all J.P.’s on the island so that we can make another effort to re-establish this chapter.

We need to elect a President, Vice President, Treasurer, Assistant Treasurer, Secretary, Assistant Secretary, Public Relations officer, Legal advisor and two councilors.
If you know other J.P.’s who have email addresses, please send to us so we can contact them. Or feel free to forward this email to them. I am hoping for a positive response as we are willing to continue this association, and San Pedro has been out of our official chapters for some two years or more.

The meeting will be held at El Divino Restaurant at the Banana Beach Resort. Appetizers and soft drinks will be available and there will be a cash bar.
San Pedro is fortunate enough to have over 100 Justice’s of the Peace and I look forward to meeting most of you at the meeting.

For further information and to confirm your attendance (so that the restaurant can be prepared) please call Danny Madrid at 610 2295 or 670 0007 or Rosie Reyes at 610 1737.

I await your response.
/s/ Hon. Adrian (Danny) Madrid, J.P.(S), C.S.C.
National President


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