I was glad to see Tom McIntyre at the convention. Besides being a Director for the NAWCC he is also a member of The New England Chapter 8. Keep up the good work Tom. If you have the time Tom I hope you can visit Chapter 189 in New Hampshire. Frank
I had the pleasure of helping Dan Weiss sell The NAWCC 2011 Calendars at the convention. I also met many members of the NAWCC that participate on the MBs. In my opinion the convention was a success. There are some areas that need improvement, and in the furure I hope to make some recommendations The Museum was a surprise to me, it was more than I exspected. Having visited the great museums in England, the NAWCC is without a doubt one of the finest in the world. In addition to meeting Dan Weiss
Yesterday, I came home from the 2010 June Convention held in York, PA.
When I opened the door to my home I share with Frankie Weiss and Johnnie II…these loving feline creatures could not stop showing their ecstacy in my coming back into their lives. I was only gone for five (5) days, however, it seemed like a lifetime to them and to me. During that period of time, I mentioned to Dave Coatsworth and Frank Menez…more than once or twice how much I miss these animals that have been a part
Updated 06-26-2010 at 02:59 PM by dweiss17
"If you can fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds' worth of distance run,
Your's is the Earth and everything that's in it,
And-which is more-you'll be a Man, my son!"
Updated 06-11-2010 at 06:04 PM by dweiss17
This fabulous horological tool, the first such tool created by Chapter 149 friend Dr Russ Snyder, covers all aspects of Illinois watches. You can search by serial number your Illinois watch grade, size, jewelling, production, etc., etc and includes most photos of Illinois watch movements. This innovative tool supplements the Ehrhardt-Meggars "blue book" but provides new information for a fast, full proof check. This Ill CD has sold around the world for nearly a decade and is available
Updated 03-21-2011 at 09:02 AM by Bryan Eyring