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The Saint Paul Chapter of ROA is comprised of officers from all branches of the service from locations all over Minnesota and throughout the country. We are in urgent need of members that would like to get involved at the Chapter level. Please stop by a meeting and check us out, or contact one of the officers listed to the right.
The St. Paul Chapter will meet for lunch the second Tuesday of every month at 1130 at the Ft. Snelling Officer's Club. Officer's from all branches of service as well as spouses are encouraged to attend. Official meetings will occur once a quarter at 1200. The Club is located on Post Road, just off Minnesota Highway 5, near the Minneapolis/Saint Paul International Airport and Fort Snelling State Park.
We will hold meetings via Skype for anyone that may be interested. If you are interested in attending via Skype, please contact CW4 (Ret) Rod Rasmussen at firstname.lastname@example.org, or Skype at rodney.rasmussen2
The next lunch meeting for the Saint Paul Chapter is on Tuesday, 10 February 2015.
Chartered By Congress
"The object and purpose of the Reserve Officers Association shall be to support a military policy for the United States that will provide adequate national security and to promote the development and execution thereof."
Public Law 595 - 81st Congress Approved 30 June 1950
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This site was last updated 25 January 2015
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