Welcome to the RIMS Upstate New York Chapter's Website!



new posting 6/23/2017

 Chapter Meetings 2017
March 7, 2017

May 16, 2017

September 19, 2017

November 14, 2017

Chapter Golf Event

June 20, 2017 


RIMS 2017 Conference

April 23 - 26, 2017
Philadelphia, PA

Chapter Meeting - September 19, 2017

Please visit the "Meeting Page" for more information and to register for this meeting.

Sponsor a Chapter Meeting in 2017

For more information on sponsoring one of our Chapter meetings or another Chapter event, please visit our -- Sponsorship Page

Become a Chapter Volunteer in 2018

We are currently planning for 2018 and are in need of volunteers to fill open positions.

 Please consider volunteering on your local Chapter's Board. 


To learn more about our volunteer opportunities, please visit our -- Chapter Volunteer Page


Website Contact

We are currently in the process of updating this Website for 2017.   For inquiries regarding this website, please contact our Chapter's Webmasters Sarah Gibson @ smgibson@mtb.com or Robin Grzechowiak at rgrzechowiak@mtb.com

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