The Central Ohio Chapter is excited to announce that the October meeting will, once again, be held with the student chapter at The Ohio State University!!! There are many students in this chapter, just getting started, and are very interested in learning from everyone in our chapter. Your participation and knowledge is very important and is needed to keep interest in our industry.
The meeting is scheduled for Thursday October 20, 2016. The Foundry will be open for tour but due to time restraints our agenda will be as follows…
· Meet at the Macquigg Laboratory at 5:30 for the tour. Students and AFS Board Members will be available, on site, to guide you.
· Dinner will be catered in from City BBQ and will be served in Room 160 around 6:00.
· The meeting will follow dinner with the student chapter update, Scholarship Program update, FEF Scholarship discussion headed by Wil Tinker and followed by questions from the students. Please feel free to stand up and talk about your company. (not mandatory)
105 W Woodruff Ave
Columbus, OH 43210
For parking, The Arps Garage is open to the public after 4PM on weekdays. The cost for the garage is a $7.50 max after 6PM as an FYI. The Arps garage is about a 2 minute walk from Macquigg Labs and would be the quickest and most convenient parking area. The address for the Arps Garage is:
1990 College Road
Columbus, OH 43210
See for more details: http://osu.campusparc.com/home/garages/academic-north-campus/arps
Easiest access would be to enter from 18th street off of High Street.
Or Tuttle, which is just a little further away
Tuttle Park Pl
2050 Tuttle Park Pl
Columbus, OH. 43201
Please join us and R.S.V.P. as soon as possible.
As usual, cost is $30.00 and students are free
Thank you so much and have a great afternoon
Michael J. Warner
To advance, through Research and Education, the Arts and Sciences relating to the Manufacture and Utilization of Metal Castings
The American Foundry Society (AFS) was founded in 1896
to provide and promote knowledge and services that strengthen the metalcasting industry for the ultimate benefit of its customers and society.
Since then the AFS has grown into an international organization with over 10,000
with members in 47 countries and today there are 52 local chapters and 33 student chapters affiliated with the AFS in the United States, Canada and Mexico.
Membership in the AFS is open to anyone interested to support and promote the foundry industry and includes membership in the chapter closest to your residence. By joining the AFS you automatically become eligible for all the benefits and advantages our Society has to offer including educational opportunities and the fellowship and networking offered by your local chapter. There are seven classes of membership to choose from: