Spring Meeting, Saturday, March 26, 2005
|7:30 AM||Registration name tags available for those members who preregistered.
Registration table open for "walk-ins". Mart area open for setup by table holders only.
|8:00 AM||Mart open; with closing at 11:45 A.M. for 12:00 Noon Luncheon.|
|8:30 AM||Silent Auction Table will run from 8:30 to 10:15A.M.|
|9-10 AM||"COMTOISE CLOCKS 1680 TO 1930":
We welcome Arnoud Meurs of Meurs Renehan J Antiques, Clocks and Fine Arts. Arnoud has lectured and exhibited his clocks at NAWCC chapters in Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and New York as well as throughout Northern New England. His last two lectures to Chapter 8 covered Japanese clocks and Dutch clocks, 1670-1870.
|10:15 AM||Silent auction closes along with sale of raffle tickets. Buyers and sellers should meet and settle up at this time.|
|10:30 AM||"NOT YOUR STANDARD RECOIL ESCAPEMENT":
Richard Ketchen, a Fellow of the NAWCC, has been repairing and restoring clocks and scientific instruments for over thirty years. He is a frequent lecturer and researcher for the NAWCC and has received their Gold medal award for craftsmanship. He has also worked for Harvard having done restoration work on their collection of early clocks and scientific instruments.
|11:45||Break for Lunch, Mart closes (a watchman for Mart will be provided).|
"LIFE OF GEO. REED, AN INFLUENTIAL BOSTON WATCHMAKER":
presentation by Gerrit Nijssen, a member of Chapter 8. Gerrit has written more than a half dozen articles for the NAWCC and in 1978 published a book on F.A. Lange and Glasshutte. Most recently he authored articles for the Bulletin on "D. Palmer and the Waltham School of Horology" and "Geo. Reed & Hiram Smith".
The snowed-out January meeting has pushed the election of Council Officers/Directors into this meeting. We have an updated candidate slate for which you will be asked to voice vote for/against, as follows:
The Silent Auction table (8: 30 to 10:15) - enables you to sell a few items without the need for a table:
Fill out a slip at the table with your minimum price you will accept for the item. Members can then write in their bids during the course of the auction.
The cost to you as a seller is only $3.00 PER ITEM. The charge is payable in advance and applies whether item sells or not.
At the same table or at the registration table in the hall you can buy a ticket for the 50-50 raffle. YOU get 50% of the total pot and Chapter 8 benefits from the other half.
If you any of you have a question or wish to contact someone in the chapter, get in touch with any of these people and they will get your message to the right person if they cannot help you.
President Dave Deutemiam
81 Kingman St., Lakeville, MA 02347
1st Vice Pres. Burt Kassap
112 Bullough Park, Newtonville, MA 02460
2nd Vice Pres. Harold Lincoln
5 Ringbolt Road, Hingham, MA 02043
Treasurer Wayne Paskerian
5 Warren St., Winchester, MA 01890
Secretary Mel Greene
Post Office Box 365, Tweksbury, MA 01876
Past President Bob Frishman
53 Poor St., Andover MA 01810
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