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Spring Seminar 2007 Recap

The LOMA Society of the Twin Cities (Minneapolis and St. Paul) held its Spring Seminar on Tuesday, May 15, at the Catholic Aid Association auditorium in Arden Hills, Minnesota.  Following a scrumptious breakfast buffet, Society President Paul Lindemann welcomed all attendees.  He also recognized the Company Representatives and Educational Representatives for all the work they do for LOMA and our Society.  Each Educational Representative and Company Representative in attendance received a pen made by T.L.C. Toys, a local non-profit organization that 
makes toys for needy children. Paul shared with us the story of T.L.C. Toys and its founder, Mel Hartman. 

Michael McGovern, President and Chairman of the Catholic Aid Association, welcomed the attendees to the seminar and to the newly renovated meeting rooms. The Catholic Aid Association welcomed the Society most hospitably.

Paul next introduced David Parr, Director of Business Development for LOMA. David gave us an overview of LOMA’s history, its mission, and its goals for itself and its member companies.  David also shared with us the many resources, benchmarking tools, research data, information, and surveys LOMA offers its members.