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 AzWWA  Golf Tournament, Membership Meeting  and Picnic
Friday, June 21, 2019 – Golf Tournament
Quailwood Greens Golf Course, Dewey
9AM  Shotgun start

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Friday, June 21, 2019 – Membership Meeting
Prescott Conference Center and Resort
1500 Az Highway – 69
Prescott, AZ

5:30-6pm Meet and Greet
6pm -Dinner
6:45pm-Speaker : Marcus Donaldson with Mount Sopris
Topic: “Borehole Magnetic Resonance: A Radiation-Free Porosity and Hydraulic Conductivity Measurement”

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Saturday,  June 22, 2019 – Picnic at Goldwater Lake, Prescott
8am – ??

To make room reservations at Prescott Resort and Conference Center, call 1-800-967-4637 before Sat. June 1. The group rate is $139. Tell them your are with the Arizona Water Well Assoc. group.

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AZ Well Owner Guide to Water Supply, 2nd Edition


The Arizona Water Well Association was formed in 1957 and reorganized in 1977 to become an effective voice for the state’s water well industry, continuously assisting members of the Arizona water well industry.

 Our objectives are to assist, promote and support the interests and welfare of all phases of the water well industry. To achieve these, we work to advance well construction and development methods and to advance the science of ground water hydrology. Harmony and cooperation are sought among contractors, suppliers, technical personnel and government agencies.

 To help meet these objectives, the Arizona Water Well Association offers members a quarterly newsletter (The” Well Said”), a membership directory, meetings, and educational seminars throughout the state. It has also created a state-wide public relations program.

The Arizona Water Well Association also assists in developing state licensing requirements and work on ground water and drilling controls.

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savind act logThe Savings Act

Introduced in Congress in September, 2014, the Water Supply Cost Savings Act or “Savings Act” – is aimed at reducing the costs to federal, state and local governments in providing quality drinking water to millions of American living in rural and isolated communities by promoting cost-effective individual and community well water systems

More information about the “Savings Act.”

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