Chicago of himself evolving through the decades and through the trends in fashion and presentation style. He admit- The 14 May 1999 gathering was an annual banquet ted that sometimes the gimmicks used to make his to mark the end of the 1998-99 meeting year. Offic- weathercast different did not work. Having worked at ers, members, and guests met at the Bohemian Gar- four TV stations in Chicago, he said the key to lon- den restaurant in Downers Grove, Illinois. The event gevity was being honest with the audience and not started with a "mixer" followed by dinner, awards pre- putting down colleagues who may not be qualified in sentations, and then a keynote presentation by Harry weather. Volkman is a Fellow of AMS. He holds AMS Volkman. Volkman is a meteorologist at the FOX TV Television Seal 23, issued in 1960.—Alan Sealls. station in Chicago. Chapter Treasurer Ray Waldman and Chapter Sec- Greate r Miami retary Bill Johnson were both presented with outstand- ing service awards, along with dinner gift certificates On 13 May 1999 chapter elections were held. The by Chapter President Alan Sealls. For many consecu- officer s for 1999-2000 remain the same. Fiona tive years,
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Sep 1, 1999
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