1 > chapter news ^dSp* Arkansa s After the meeting was adjourned, the group at- Chapter members met on 6 March 1997 at the Na- tended an IMAX movie at the center entitled, Special tional Weather Service Forecast Office (NWSFO) in Effects.—Newton Skiles. North Little Rock. The meeting was attended by 18 Chicago members and guests. Chapter President Erwin Prater opened the meet- The 1 April 1997 meeting was held at the Adler ing and discussed the proposed layout of the chapter's Planetarium and Astronomy Museum in Chicago. Af- ter a brief business session, Chapter President Evert committees. It was decided that there would be four Schmidt introduced Vivian Hoette, who arranged for committees, consisting of programs, publicity, out- and directed the activities for the evening. Hoette is reach, and the chapter newsletter. an education specialist for astronomy and meteorol- Chapter Vice President George Wilken discussed ogy at the planetarium and museum, is a member of his involvement in one of the outreach programs at the Chicago chapter, and is an Atmospheric Educa- the Math and Science High School in Hot Springs. tion Resource Agent in AMS's Project ATMO- He also mentioned the possibilities of starting up a SPHERE.
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1997
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