The MCA of New York will hold its first meeting since the summer break on September 25th, 2018 at the Queens Museum. Members are encouraged to attend to hear updates on some of the latest developments that impact our industry, including a discussion on Local Law 196 and information on complying with city and state sexual harassment regulations.
Throughout the cocktail hour, members will have access to tours of the famed Panorama of the City of New York, the centerpiece of the Queens Museum collection. Constructed for the 1964 World’s Fair (and later updated in 1992), the Panorama provides a unique view of all 320 square miles of New York City.
The meeting is for MCA members only, if you wish to attend please email Mischa at Mischa@nymca.org.
The MCA of New York will be holding its 8th Annual Trade Show on October 30th. This function, held in lieu of our regular Association meeting, has become one of our most popular events. It allows for a unique networking opportunity while showcasing the products and services our associate members provide. In addition to the latest offerings from our Manufacturers and Suppliers, the Trade Show features giveaways, raffle prizes and on-the-spot specials and promotions. Save the Dates have gone out and registration for Associate members, as well as invitations for regular members, will be sent out in September. We look forward to what is sure to be an exciting event!
On June 11th, MCA members came together for a sun-filled day of golf, dinner, and raffles, all while raising money for charity. Beyond simply taking a day out for contractors and associate members to enjoy one another’s company, the members’ combined efforts helped the 2018 MCA Charity Golf Outing raise $60,000 to support the Lt. Michael Davidson’s Children’s Educational Fund and FDNY Foundation.
FDNY Chief Joseph Woznica and FDNY Foundation Executive Director Jean O’Shea were on hand to accept this impressive contribution. The MCA was pleased to support the Foundation’s mission to promote fire and life safety education and help the FDNY better protect New York. With $50,000 of the contribution earmarked for the Lt. Davidson’s Children’s Fund, your support will go directly to the family of a fallen FDNY firefighter. Lt. Davidson will be remembered for his heroic life in service to New York.
The MCA would like to thank the contractors and associate members that came together to enjoy a great day on the course and support a truly worthy cause.