Early June Meeting Announcement!

Greetings Members!

Regrettably, over the past few months, we have been unable to convene Chapter Meetings in person. We are all missing our meetings, so we are going to conduct our next upcoming meeting over Zoom. This is a platform that many of you may already have experience using. If not, don’t worry; it is easy. We will provide a practice session before June 8 for those who wish. If you are interested, simply email us at nawcc21@gmail.com. The application is simple to set up on any computer, iPhone, Smartphone, or iPad, on a Mac or PC operating system. You will need an internet connection.

Please mark June 8, 2020, on your calendars. You are encouraged to log on at 6:45 P.M. for the “call to order” at 7:00 P.M. Secretaries David Gies, Randy Schneider and I are available to do a practice run for anyone wishing to do so. Respond to this message by Tuesday June 2, and we will organize ourselves for a little rehearsal.

Key agenda items will be:

· Review of Last Few Months (Ken Reindel)

· Where are we on Regional? (Terry Jones)

· NAWCC National News (Tim Orr)

· Librarian’s Update (Paul Wegener)

· Presentation: Setting Up a Clock Shop (Ken Reindel)

Here is the invite to log on to our June 8, 7:00 P.M. Meeting.

NAWCC Chapter 21 is inviting you to a June 8 Online Meeting

Topic: NAWCC Zoom Chapter 21 Meeting
Time: Jun 8, 2020 07:00 PM Mountain Time (US and Canada)

Join Zoom Meeting by clicking here:

NAWCC21 Zoom Meeting

Meeting ID: 826 1222 9253
Password: 897001
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Meeting ID: 826 1222 9253
Password: 897001

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Look forward to seeing you at our (virtual) meeting!

We’re also looking into ways to do “live” sessions from my shop where we can demonstrate some techniques and methods. It’s not exactly a workshop, but it may work out to be pretty close! More information will follow, as we develop a plan.

Kind regards,

Ken Reindel

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