In the past few month's, and since joining the Board of Directors, I've seen and fielded a number of concerns from members concerning the lack of Bulletin articles on specific subjects (particularly wrist and pocket watches). To address this concern, it is first important to understand that our Bulletin content is almost entirely made up of articles submitted from members. Therefore, the number of articles on any given subject is strictly driven by what our members submit. Our excellent editorial staff has no bias towards any given area and is always interested in receiving articles on all horological related subjects. As I read through the many excellent threads in the various forums on this message board, it is clear to me that we have many members with interesting collections, artifacts, research projects and stories that are certainly worthy of inclusion in the Bulletin. When considering whether to write up an article or story, it is important to understand that not all articles need to be of a technical nature. Many of the most interesting stories revolve around the personal aspects of the hobby, how an object was obtained or its history of ownership. At a time when most of us are having to spend more time at home, due to the Covid-19 Virus. I would like to suggest members consider taking some time to submit an article or story to our editorial staff in Columbia.