The Weekly Nov 26

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The Weekly is a publication of the Jacksonville Camera Club. It provides a heads up of the coming events and announcements of a timely nature. It contains both Club events and other items of interest to members. If you have feedback or something to announce please see directions in the sidebar. Thanks for reading.

Week of November 26

Saturday Dec 1

Non-JCC Event

Guided Exploration Hike: Guana Preserve

 

Happening Now

Banquet Registration

Register for the January banquet. All information about the banquet is available on the home page of the JCC website. Click on "Banquet" on the public menu.

JCC Christmas Party Registration

Just a reminder to all JCC members to please sign up for our Christmas Party on December 15th. You can sign up under Outings: Outings schedule or Outings future posts and click on the link to submit your information and the dish that you will be bringing. It will automatically transfer that information to the spread sheet. Please contact me if you have any questions at anitafanic@yahoo.com. Thank you!

—Anita Fanic

Coming Events

Wednesday Dec 5

Meeting

Digital Contest Results

Saturday Dec 15

Christmas Party

Wednesday Jan 16 2019

Meeting
Digital Entry Assistance

The entry dates for the first digital contest of 2019 are January 1-31. If you need assistance uploading your images, contact the digital chair for an appointment prior to the
JCC meeting on January 16th. On that date your images will be processed for you. You need to bring your image(s) on a flash drive sized according to requirements, know which theme you would like to enter, have titles for your images and bring your JCC website sign in name and password. Questions? Contact the digital chair.

—Jan Vallely

Announcements

Your Announcement

Make your JCC related announcements here. Use form at bottom of this post.

—JCc Member

Help Wanted

There is almost always a job within the Club that needs filling. Have your request show up here.

Thought of the Week

 “It is more important to click with people than to click the shutter.”

— Alfred Eisenstaedt

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