Members received their copy of the newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 4, this evening in email.
As we look forward to 2011, I hope that all members of the chapter will consider participating actively on our blog and will send some informtion or complete articles for the newsletter.
I would appreciate the following information for the newsletter in 2011:
- send links to any online articles you encounter on archaeology
- send the title of any books you read on archaeology that would be of interest to other members
- please send information about your archaeological pursuits in the coming year
- please send any photos you would like to share with other chapter members
One feature we are considering is a members profile feature, which might be a thumbnail sketch of our members, describing how long they have been interested in archaeology, and any other special interests they are pursuing. For example, David Lamb is working on building a birch bark canoe, and Marg Raynor has for some time been doing bead and leatherwork, and Bill Gibson is slowly building a major web article with photographs from his two summers working construction on the Athabasca Tar Sands in the mid 1970s.
I think that this will be a good year for the chapter becose of all the things we will be abloe to do! But that is what the first meeting of the year will be for. Hope to see you all in the new year and that you all have a happy HO!HO! Day LOL
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