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Latest Information – Coronavirus (COVID-19)

May 2021 Update: At this time, the chapter is still holding our events virtually, however as conditions continue to improve, we hope to resume in-person chapter events and meetings very soon. Thank you again for your patience.

CSI East Bay-Oakland is closely monitoring developments in regard to the coronavirus (COVID-19) and how it may affect chapter members and guests at future chapter events and meetings. The purpose of this post is to update chapter members, and members of the public on the news regarding the chapter and COVID-19.

The safety of CSI members and the community at large is of utmost concern to CSI East Bay-Oakland, and local health authorities are recommending taking preventative steps to ensure health and safety at group gatherings.

 

Latest Event News (updated May 2021)


The 2020 CSI East Bay-Oakland Chapter Golf Tournament has been postponed to a later date. 
 


 

 

Please continue to visit this post for the latest updated information on future chapter events, changes, and information related to COVID-19.

Thank you for your understanding.

CSI East Bay-Oakland Board Members

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2022 Chapter Holiday Party
December 14, 2022    
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
You're invited to join CSI East Bay-Oakland Chapter for our 2022 Chapter Holiday Party on Wednesday, December 14th. Celebrate the holiday season together with CSI [...]
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2022 Chapter Holiday Party
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