Meeting Notes - March 13, 2019

Thursday, March 14, 2019




Choir Room ~ Westminster Presbyterian Church


Meeting ~ Howard Sundwall called the meeting to order, and asked new members to introduce themselves.  He gave an update on two members – Anita Bower is at home nursing a broken wrist, and Dick Greenwood is recuperating at home after he and his wife were in a car crash. We all send them our best wishes.



Outings ~ Dean Grantham ~

Sunday, March 24, 2019 - Delaware Art Museum - 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM ~ The CCCC will pay a visit to the Delaware Art Museum for an opportunity to photograph the interior and exterior of the museum.  The stately tree-lined parkway leading to the museum begs for your attention, as does the lovely residential neighborhood of well-appointed historic homes. Entrance on Sundays is free, though you may want to make a small donation when entering or departing.  Carpoolers will depart from the Exton Panera (151 East Swedesford Rd, Exton, PA) at 9:30 am. If you drive directly the Delaware Art Museum the address is 2301 Kentmere Parkway, Wilmington, DE. We will meet at the entrance of the Art Museum at 10 am. (Please let Dean Grantham know if you plan to go, and indicate whether or not you’ll be carpooling.)


Competitions ~ Bob Kelly announced that the assigned topic for the next competition is “triptych”, and some links to websites with more information are on the CCCC website under Club Information or by clicking here.  Webmaster Betsy Wilson also mentioned that the presentation given at a Member’s Forum on triptychs by Dick Greenwood and James Samanen is available on the website under Club Information / Documents to Download.  Bob reminded the group to be respectful of other members and the judge during competitions by refraining from making comments during the competition.


Carol DeGuiseppi announced that the April Competition and the April meetings have been switched to accommodate the speaker’s schedule.  So the April competition will be only a few weeks after the March one.


Howard introduced Stephen Williams, who gave the Members Forum presentation on “Chosen Land: The Last Shakers."


Carol DeGuiseppi introduced the evening’s featured speaker, Matt Cannon, who shared his passion for “Night Photography”



Minutes submitted by Betsy Wilson, publicity

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