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Join AIA Grand Canyon for Our Annual President’s Night!

There will be food, drink, and socializing as well as wrapping up business for the year and recognizing the AIA Grand Canyon 2017 Firm of the Year! Jeffrey Zucker, AIA will be the guest speaker for the evening.

WHEN:  Saturday – December 10, 2016
WHERE:  THE HASSAYAMPA INN, GRAND BALLROOM, 122 East Gurley Street, Prescott, AZ 86301 (see map below)
TIME:  6:00 p.m. no host bar | 7:00 p.m. dinner
RSVP: Diana by Wednesday, December 7th
COST:  $20 per person

RSVP’s and menu selections are required by Wednesday, December 7th.
As always, your spouse or guests are welcome to join us.

Dinner includes Appetizers, Southwest Caesar Salad, and your choice of entrée:

  • Chicken Saltimbocca
  • Atlantic Salmon
  • Marinated Tri-Tip
  • Vegetarian Chile Poblano

Click here to reserve on-line.  For additional information, please email Diana or contact her by phone at 602-252-4200.

The 2017 slate of volunteers for AIA Grand Canyon:  

  • President: Joel Westervelt, AIA
  • President Elect: Michael Taylor, AIA
  • AIA AZ State Board of Directors: Joel Westervelt, AIA
  • Past President: William Otwell, FAIA   

Michael is a 36 year resident of Prescott. He is married to wife Jennifer with 5 kids and his seventh grandchild on the way. His career in architecture has all been in Prescott beginning with his apprenticeship for Otwell Associates. Following that he formed RTB Architects with two other local architects. In 1996 he started Taylor Architects. Taylor Architects has a staff of six and practice primarily in northern and western Arizona.  Taylor Architects does mostly commercial work including a sizable number of churches and schools with occasional residential commissions.

This year we are proud to be honoring Zucker Architecture as the AIA Grand Canyon 2017 Firm of the Year.  Jeffrey Zucker, AIA will be our guest speaker for the evening.

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