ASQ Monthly dinner meeting

I have been away from ASQ OC chapter for a few years. Is there still monthly dinner meeting held? I did not see it under event.

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Trish Borzon
1129 Posts

Hi @Isaac Ramsini - thanks for joining us here! You should become a member again - rejoin at

Then you'll be added to the Los Angeles emails. It looks like their next meeting is on Monday, but they haven't sent out the url yet.

@David Hehir - can you assist?



David Hehir
10 Posts

Hi Isaac, Thanks Trish. The Los Angeles section is Wednesday Oct 13th and The Orange County Meeting is on Tuesday Oct 12th. I'll post a link here for the LA registration for OC you can email:

David Hehir
10 Posts

Anyone who would like to register for the ASQLA October meeting copy this link or send me a message so I can email it to you.

David Hehir
10 Posts

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