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The Golden Horseshoe Chapter of CARM held a meet on April 26th, 2014 at the Royal Canadian Legion in Dundas Ontario.
The Golden Horseshoe Chapter of CARM held a meet on April 21st, 2012 at the public library in St. Catharine's Ontario. This meeting started with two layouts open for everyone to vist in the morning after which the formal portion of the meeting was held at the public library.
As this was also the annual meeting where the elections of officiers were held. Tony Czerneda remains the Chair and Tom Allan remains Secretary/Treasurer. Congratulations.
Barry Kelly was introduced and gave a hands-on clinic on making trees. Many of the attendees participated in this activity.
The latest edition of the Canadian is now available for the membership to download in the Member Login Area.
Just a reminder that the CARM Convention in Regina is coming up at the end of June. Be sure to get your registration in soon to confirm you spot on any tours or other activities.
The Ontario Central Chapter of CARM just held elections for the positions of Chair and Secretary-Treasurer so we are pleased to announce the following.
Gordon MacBride is now the Chair and Ian Morrison is the Secretary-Treasurer. Welcome aboard as the new chapter officials.
We would also like to thank Bill Bradford with taking on both of the chapter official positions during this transistion from the previous to the new chapter officials.
David King, CARM Chair
The Golden Horseshoe Chapter held a meeting on Saturday September 24, 2011 hosted by the Dundas Modular Railway Club. The meeting was at the club’s new headquarters in Dundas the Branch 36 Royal Canadian Legion.
The day started with John Jukes displaying his ONR “ HO” scale layout and then a clinic took place at the Legion. Gerry Wilkinson did a hands on clinic on scenery leading the group in carving the face of the rock on a mountain, making some hills on the top and then applying plaster cloth, ground foam and painting. Two hours went by in a jhurray and the guys really enjoyed the clinic.
In a discussion afterwards, those present said they liked the format of having one layout on display before the clinic and then doing the clinic. At two we were done and the guys could head home. We will be doing our meetings this way for the immediate future anyhow.
Certificates of Appreciation were given to John Jukes and Gerry Wilkinson. David King, National Chair of Carm was present and addressed the group.
Reported by Tom Allen