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RECAP: The Festival of Lights Annual Holiday Party held on December 4th
another highlight event for the Inland Chapter of CSI.  Over 130 attendees from the IECSI and the USGBC Inland Empire attended.  The national award winning choir from King HS returned for the third year to entertain our guests with holiday songs.  A new addition to the event, the MO50Rocks Band entertained our guests with a full array of classic tunes during our pre party mixer and dinner.  As always, it was a special time to celebrate the start of the Holiday Season.

Our thanks to Erica Farr and the USGBC members for working with us on this stellar event. Another special thank you to Shari Wilbourn, Specifications Writer at HMC Architects for her design of the beautiful center pieces, and Kathy Greenway, Marcia Falk and Jennie Guida for planning and implementation.  A great time was had by all.





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Don’t miss our 4th Annual Holiday Event

The best joint holiday party in Southern California held at:


The Historic Mission Inn & Spa

3649 Mission Inn Ave., Riverside

Galleria Room / Atrium


Master of Ceremonies:


5:30-6:30 pm    Social Hour

6:30-7:15 pm    Martin Luther King High School Chamber Choir Directed by Brian T. Holm

7:15-8:30 pm.   Dinner



  - California Greens Locally-Grown Baby Greens with Raspberry Vinaigrette

 Entrée Choices ( choose one):

- Honey-Garlic Chicken - Grilled Breast of Chicken with Honey-Garlic Glaze

- Penne Athena (Vegetarian Choice) - Penne Pasta with Sun-Dried Tomatoes, Artichoke Hearts, Kalamata Olives and Garlic simmered in Natural Juices and Extra Virgin Olive Oil


- New York Style Cheesecake with a Fresh Raspberry Coulis


 Please Register online no later than November 25, 2013


Tickets: $50 per person    Cash Bar      Free Curbside Parking   Valet Parking Available


Please allow time for traffic congestion, arrive early.





The Inland Empire Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute