Maritime History of the Great Lakes

Scanner, v. 37, no. 7 (May 2005), p. 1

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VOL. XXXVII - NO. 7_______________________________ MAY 2005 MEETINGS As usual, the May Dinner Meeting will be the last entertainment meeting of the 2004-2005 season. There will be no meetings during the summer months, but the first meeting of the new season will be held in October. Please watch for full details in the Mid-Summer issue. * * * * * * * THE EDITOR'S LOGBOOK The April Meeting featured an interesting presentation by Walter Lewis concerning not only his own Great Lakes marine history website, and how to find some of the early issues of "Scanner" in it, but also other lake marine websites which our members might find of interest. We sincerely thank Walter for his programme. During the summer, your committee will be rethinking the whole issue of whether the remaining Friday evening dates should be changed over to Sa­ turday afternoons. The Swansea Town Hall will have a new room without win­ dows available, which should make afternoon slide shows more visible. We will let you know what is decided. We would like to thank all those who donated or bid in our recent Silent Auction. We don't have exact dollar values yet available, but it was most certainly an "over-the-top" success! By the time you read this, the Dinner Meeting will be history. We thank Buck Longhurst for a great programme and Bill Wilson (now recovering well from a serious illness) for making ticket and menu arrangements. Ye Ed. now starts his summer vacation from the keyboard, but we'll be back to you with the Mid-Summer issue sometime in August. Have a happy summer. Executive Committee Jay N. Bascom Roger Chapman Capt. G. Ouderkirk R. F. Beaupre Lorne Joyce G. Turner David Bull Wm. P. Moran W. R. Wilson TMHS Editor Jay N. Bascom 100 Whitehall Road Toronto, Ont. M4W 2C7 ISSN 0318-014X

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