Happy Spring! Not to understate the obvious, but life has certainly changed since the last issue.Writing this column from home, while following social distancing protocols, has me looking for positives and evidence of good corporate citizenship. I recently saw an article about Serafina Energy, and how they recently purchased $10,000 worth of gift cards to help keep a small coffee shop in their building afloat during the next months (nice). Groups like the Emerging Professionals and Calgary Data Managers are looking at ways to keep their membership engaged through online educational opportunities. The CSEG also just hired a social media professional to help generate interest through our sites, and since starting, our accounts have posted relevant industry news and updates on the pandemic response. We’re making a difference.
If you need daily messages of hope these days, I recommend following the Alberta Health Services program Text4Hope. I’ve been getting messages since March 24th, and it’s full of ideas and tips to help keep yourself and your family safe and sane(ish). Text 393939 with COVID19HOPE to start.
If you have any personal, company or industry news, please send me an email: email@example.com or call at (403) 585-5204.
While the CSEG Committees are working on rescheduling the Springtime events (and get your rest these days… it’s shaping up to be a busy Fall), let’s focus on what hasn’t been rescheduled yet.
CSEG T-Wave Golf Tournament – August 24th, 2020 – Valley Ridge Golf Course
https://cseg.ca/social/t-wave-golf-tournament For sponsorship or general information, please contact Joe Bonaventure, 2020 Chairman, at (403) 700-1254.
68th CSEG Doodlebug – August 14-15th, 2020 – Kananaskis Country Golf Course
The CSEG Doodlebug Golf Tournament is one of the premier social events of the year. Members of the CSEG gather to determine who will reign as Mr. Doodlebug, the Champion Golfer of the CSEG.
Women in Seismic Golf Tournament – September 10th, 2020 – Fox Hollow Golf Course
The 21st Annual WiSE tournament will be held the afternoon of September 10th, and as always is a “Fun-first, Golf-Second” tournament to help raise funds and awareness of the Cancer Foundation’s women’s cancer research and the CSEG Foundation Scholarship Fund.
Registration will open in May. For general information, please contact Trish Mulder, Chairman, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additional information will be posted via the CSEG website once known.