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Chairman’s Challenge: Atlanta Chapter Meets Rep. Rob Woodall

Aug 31, 2017

170829 Atlanta Chapter with Rep WoodallOn August 24, 2017, members of NECA’s Atlanta Chapter hosted Rep. Rob Woodall (R-GA) at their NECA-IBEW Training Center. Pictured from left to right are HR Director of the Atlanta Chapter Chuck Little, Apprenticeship Training Director Russell Smith, Atlanta Chapter Executive Vice President David Sokolow, Atlanta Chapter President Chris Foster of Whitehead Electric, Rep. Rob Woodall, Atlanta Chapter Director Don Davidson of Inglett & Stubbs, IBEW Local 613 Asst. Business Manager Richard Thode, IBEW State Political Coordinator Ben Myers, IBEW Local 613 Registrar James Williams. 

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