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 December 24
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.
Wednesday Jan 16 2019
Digital Contest Entry - How To Help
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 prior to the JCC meeting on January 16th. We'll meet at 6 p.m. on that date and 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. If you would like assistance, contact the Digital Chair prior to the meeting. The chair will be at the church at 6 to assist only if requested prior to January 16th.
Special Event: JCC Hosts the 2018 F3C Year-End Print Competition
In place of the normal JCC meeting activities tonight, our club will host the real time judging of the 2018 F3C Year-End Print Competition. This special event begins at 6:30 pm and will end no later than 9 pm. All JCC members are encouraged to attend. This event is open to the public. There is no cost to attend.
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Quote of the Week
Be a yardstick of quality. Some people aren't used to an environment where excellence is expected.
Quiz of the Week
(answer to last weeks quiz)
Identify the following:
A: Notation from the illustrations in The Hobbit
B: Notes from the journals of Leonardo da Vinci, they have never been deciphered.
C: Christopher Columbus' signature
D: Marking found in vicinity of Plymouth rock (on real sheepskin parchment), felt to be from early Viking explorers circa 1420
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