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What Happened in Vegas…

Members and staff from CAI Keystone participated in the 2024 Community Now Annual Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas May 8-11, 2024. Here’s what happened in Vegas!

To kick things off, chapter members enjoyed a happy hour at Alto Bar at Caesars Palace on Wednesday evening, May 8, 2024 following the conference welcome reception. Members had a chance to connect in Las Vegas in an informal setting. We also had the opportunity to present Board Treasurer Joyce Sachs with her sash, as the 2024 CAI Homeowner Leader of the Year!

Earlier on Wednesday, chapter President Lynne Hartmann, CMCA, AMS, PCAM, President-elect Brendan Whelan, CIRMS, and Executive Director Tony Campisi participated in chapter leadership training activities.

During Thursday’s general session, long-time member, and chapter past president, Mitch Frumkin, PE, RS, was presented with the CAI Distinguished Service Award. Mitch has been a member of CAI for more than three decades, and served as CAI national president as well as president of the Foundation for Community Association Research and president of both the CAI Keystone and New Jersey chapters.

During the Friday general session, the CAI Keystone Chapter was presented with an award in the Chapter Operations & Sustainability category, which focuses on chapter management initiatives and other tools to strengthen the chapter. 

Also on Friday, our own Joyce Sachs was presented with the Homeowner Leader of the Year Award. Joyce wears many hats, including Treasurer of the Keystone Chapter, member of the CAI national Board of Trustees and Homeowner Leader Council, Delegate to the Pennsylvania Legislative Action Committee, and president of her condo association, 1219 W. Wynnewood Condo, among other titles. Joyce’s dedication to all things CAI is an inspiration to all of us at the Keystone Chapter and we are very proud to call her a member and friend of the chapter.

The conference ended with a Roaring 20s themed closing party which saw attendees dress to the nines in their best twenties outfits. Las Vegas was a great opportunity to connect with fellow members.

We look forward to the 2025 Community Now Conference in Orlando!