Jackson After the presentation, Chapter Vice President Alan Gerard introduced Patrick Fitzpatrick, assistant profes- The final meeting of the 1999-2000 chapter year sor of meteorology at Jackson State University, and was held at the Barnes & Noble Bookstore on 13 June 2000 in Jackson, Mississippi. The meeting was opened author of the recently published book Natural Disas- by Chapter President Barbie Bassett with 16 people ters—Hurricanes. Fitzpatrick followed with a summa- in attendance. A brief business session ensued and in- rization of his book with a focus on the "chronology" cluded a recap of 2000-01 officer nominations and a and "biographical sketches" chapters. Fitzpatrick also treasury report. gave a brief discussion concerning William Gray's up- dated hurricane forecast. Following the business session, the Susan Oakley Public Service Award was presented by the chapter to Fitzpatrick concluded with a question-and-answer Woody Assaf of WLBT-TV for his many years of session, and the meeting was adjourned by Alan weathercasting in Mississippi. Tice Wagner, meteo- Gerard.—Eric Carpenter. rologist-in-charge at the Jackson National Weather San Diego Service, gave a warm introduction for Assaf, and then the award was formally presented by Bassett. The chapter met on 12 July 2000 at the facilities of
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