Maritime History of the Great Lakes

Scanner, v. 33, no. 9 (Mid-Summer 2001), p. 1

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Editor Jay N. Bascom 100 Whitehall Road Toronto, Ont. M4W 2C7 Executive C o m m ittee Jay N. Bascom Roger C h a p m a n C apt . G. O u d e r k i r k R. F. B e a u p re Lorne Joyce G. T u r n e r D av id Bull C apt . J. L e o n ard W. R. W ilson VOL. XXXIII - NO. 9 MID-SUMMER 2001 MEETINGS Friday, October 5th - 7: 45 p. m. at the Swansea Town Hall. Annual Autumn Slide Night. Members are invited to bring up to 15 slides each to illustrate their summer ship activities (or anything else that may come to mind). Friday, November 2nd - 7: 45 p. m. at the Swansea Town Hall. Programme to be Announced. Please watch for details in the October issue. * * * * * * * THE EDITOR'S LOGBOOK We hope that all our members have enjoyed their summer of marine activi­ ties. No doubt we'll see lots of interesting photos at the October meet­ ing. Your Editor has certainly enjoyed his summer vacation from "Scanner" but now we're back - a bit late but ready to go again. Thanks for waiting. We are pleased to announce that the 2001 Silent Auction made a net profit of $1, 753. 93, which is more than enough to keep membership fees at their current level. Our sincere thanks go to all who donated items for sale, and to those who bought them! Membership Fees for the 2001-2002 Season are Now Due and Payable. Fees will remain at the current level of $25. 00 per annum, and we hope that we may count on your continued support in the 2001-2002 season. We will have some interesting programmes for you at the regular meetings, and some good features are planned for "Scanner". Please take the time to clip the cou­ pon at the bottom of the renewal notice enclosed with this issue, and re­ turn it to our Chief Purser with your remittance. Thank you. * * * * * * * ISSN 03 18-014X

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