AIA Dayton Advocacy

AIA conference 2017 features AIA Dayton

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Didn’t make it to Orlando for the AIA Conference?  Visit the AIA Dayton Facebook page to see and read about the tremendous exhibit that AIA National created about our chapter and advocacy efforts led by Karen Planet, AIA.  Thanks to Tim Hawk, FAIA, Ohio Valley Region Strategic Council member and Ward Scantlin, AIA Dayton President,  for capturing the images of the display and forwarding them to AIA Dayton.  AIA Dayton, Karen Planet and Veronica Pochet, AIA, also were included and mentioned in the AIA National yearbook, 2016 in Review.

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