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chapter news Memphis the NWS. The system is highly flexible, allowing The final meeting for the year was held on 13 May the creation of separate local area networks to be 1997. Sixteen people were present. Chapter Chairper- set up for specific situations, for example, two coun- son Mark A. Isaminger brought the meeting to order ties that surround a chemical plant in New and introduced the topic of the evening's presen- Johnsonville, Tennessee.—Benjamin G. Boorman. tation, the Emergency Communication Auxiliary of the Mid-South (ECAMS Inc.). Chicago Two speakers led the ECAMS presentation. The first The annual banquet meeting of the Chicago chap- was Steve Terry, manager for WYPL-FM radio. He ter was held on Saturday, 17 May 1997 at the Bohe- discussed his role as a volunteer in the creation of mian Garden restaurant in Downers Grove, Illinois. ECAMS. Terry discussed how the current Emergency Chapter President Evert Schmidt welcomed the many Alert System had recently failed, during which one members and guests in attendance, introduced the person died in a tornado. In this event, he said, the new officers for the 1997/98 year, and expressed his system failure was caused primarily by widespread gratitude to Brother James Gaffney, president http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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Memphis the NWS. The system is highly flexible, allowing The final meeting for the year was held on 13 May the creation of separate local area networks to be 1997. Sixteen people were present. Chapter Chairper- set up for specific situations, for example, two coun- son Mark A. Isaminger brought the meeting to order ties that surround a chemical plant in New and introduced the topic of the evening's presen- Johnsonville, Tennessee.—Benjamin G. Boorman. tation, the Emergency Communication Auxiliary of the Mid-South (ECAMS Inc.). Chicago Two speakers led the ECAMS presentation. The first The annual banquet meeting of the Chicago chap- was Steve Terry, manager for WYPL-FM radio. He ter was held on Saturday, 17 May 1997 at the Bohe- discussed his role as a volunteer in the creation of mian Garden restaurant in Downers Grove, Illinois. ECAMS. Terry discussed how the current Emergency Chapter President Evert Schmidt welcomed the many Alert System had recently failed, during which one members and guests in attendance, introduced the person died in a tornado. In this event, he said, the new officers for the 1997/98 year, and expressed his system failure was caused primarily by widespread gratitude to Brother James Gaffney, president

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Published: Jul 1, 1997

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