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Druxey right now it is looking like the May period as you had earlier suggested. I do not have a count yet as we did not have a quorum at our meeting yesterday. I will have a tentative headcount in the next few weeks.


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The Model Shipwrights of Niagara meeting is this Sunday, April 8 at a member's house. If you are planning to attend, visit our site:




for details and address.


This month, the postponed February demonstration of rope-making will be given, as well as other rigging line techniques. See you there!

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The Model Shipwrights of Niagara is meeting Sunday, May 20 at Lee Valley Tools in Niagara Falls, Ontario. The meeting is at 1:30 p.m. and members of the Rochester Club will be visiting us. All are welcome. A demonstration of advanced weathering techniques will be given.


Come one, come all!

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Last Sunday's meeting brought four visitors from Rochester; members of the Model Shipwrights' Guild of Western New York. We thoroughly enjoyed meeting them and hope that this will lead to further exchanges with the club. (Photo courtesy Mike Kamish)



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