Gain Insight, Get Training, Network, Have Fun

With the change of seasons comes a number of Southern California Contractors Association(SCCA) autumn events that provide opportunities to learn, get training and mingle with other members. Mark your calendars and make plans to join us.

SCCA Annual Meeting

Come for breakfast and gain information on the State of the Association during the SCCA Annual Meeting. Not only will you learn about SCCA’s current status, but also future plans for the 2019/2020 fiscal year. Hear updates on SCCA committees, labor relations and voting results for SCCA Board of Directors and Officers. Plus, be there for the President’s Gala Awardees announcement.

Breakfast is served at 7 a.m.; the meeting begins at 7:30 a.m.

Wednesday, October 9, 2019
SCCA Office – 600 City Parkway West, Suite 165
Orange, CA 92868

Attendance is free for one principal from each member company, SCCA Board of Directors and Past Presidents; cost for additional attendees is $20 per person. Register by calling (657) 223-0800 or email:

2019 Fall PAC Shootout

It doesn’t matter whether you’re an expert or this is your first time out, all shooters of every level are welcome to participate in the 2019 Fall PAC Shootout, October 16 (9 a.m. to 1 p.m.) in Corona, as we aim to support and raise funds for the SCCA Political Action Committee (PAC).

The event is a fun and exciting way to spend the day with clients and colleagues. Teams consist of five shooters. Newcomers have an instructor present for guidance. Awards to be presented for first, second and third place as well as the Men’s and Women’s highest score for the day.

Wonder what it’s all about? Take a look back at the 2019 Spring PAC Shootout that raised more than $20,000 for the SCCA PAC Fund and was such a success that this October event was planned.

Online registration opens October 1. Guarantee your spot for the shootout by becoming an event sponsor by September 30. Note that all tickets, donations, and sponsorships are voluntary contributions to the SCCA PAC Fund. Contributions made are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal income tax purposes.

Free CARB Regulatory Training

SCCA’s partner California Air Resources Board is offering a number of comprehensive training courses about strategies and techniques for controlling emissions from stationary sources,  enforcing stationary source emissions regulations, and evaluating visible emissions from any source. Browse through course offerings and register for a free class.

But wait, there’s more

Throughout the year SCCA has a number of other ways to get together with others in the industry to mingle and network. Take a look at our upcoming events.

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