Welcome

Hello Everyone!

Thank you for visiting our Columbia Basin ASQ Community.

As I'm writing this, it's June 28, and we are all continuing to follow the CDC, WHO and state guidelines, trying to keep ourselves and everyone around us as healthy and safe as possible.  Please continue to follow the guidelines.  We all need to do our part.  We are all in this together.

While it's unfortunate that we will not be able to hold our planned dinner meetings for a while or site visits/tours, we will continue to stay in touch with members through our monthly newsletters.  We will strive to provide information about online events, webinars, etc., to help members continue learning and growing.

For those of you who count on monthly meetings/events to earn RU credits for recertification, remember that credits can be earned in many ways.  Check out the free online webinars on ASQ's website as well as on other websites.  Check out the free monthly member gifts from ASQ as well.  Consider signing up for online professional development courses - for those who are not working full time right now, this may be a great time to take a course.  Read books - check out the ASQ's Team and Workplace Excellence Forum, as they recently started a Book Club for ASQ members.  It's a fun way to learn new things as well as networking/discussing with others.

We encourage members to participate in the virtual meetings offered by other sections in our Pacific Regional area, which includes Washington, Oregon, California, Alaska and Hawaii.  I attended a meeting with the San Gabriel section in May as well as two virtual meetings in June - one with San Gabriel and another meeting offered by the San Fernando Valley/Channel Cities sections.  All have been educational very well-presented.

Keep checking back here – and on our other
website – for news of future Columbia Basin ASQ events and activities.



Stay healthy.  Stay safe.  Stay positive.






 

News

  • 2021 Section Elections - Call to Action!
    Do you want to see our section grow and flourish in 2021?  Would you like to help plan programs and community outreach events?  We need members to help grow our section with new and innovative ideas! Our section has had a couple of great dinner meetings so far this year.  Since we’ve had to go virtual, we have been fortunate to be able to participate in the San ... more
  • June 2020 Newsletter
    The June 2020 Columbia Basin ASQ Newsletter is available.  You can access it from this site (in Files) or on our regular website at  https://www.asq614.org/ more
  • Love Has No Labels - Embrace And Celebrate Diversity
    Before anything else, we are all human.  Every day, we have the ability and opportunity to create a more accepting world.  Even small acts of inclusion can have a big impact on making others feel accepted. Love Has No Labels is a movement that was launched in 2015 to promote acceptance and inclusion of all people across race, religion, gender, sexual ... more

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Description:
Columbia Basin ASQ is based in the Tri-Cities, Washington area (Richland, Kennewick, Pasco).  Our member area covers southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon areas, including but not limited to Yakima, Ellensburg, Walla Walla, and Moses Lake, as well as Hermiston, Pendleton, LaGrande, and other nearby communities.

For more information about Columbia Basin ASQ, send a message to 0614asq@gmail.com.


 
 
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