news from our chapters

news from our chapters East Central Illinois Andrew T. Cox, vice president, spoke about the National Forecasting Contest. At this point, awards This chapter has recently held elections. New officers were presented to the winners of last year's contest. for 1989-90 will be Mohan Ramamurthy, president; Brian Motta and Lisa Brule both won overall for Walter Robinson, president-elect; Elizabeth Mulvihill, underclassmen in the forecasting of San Francisco secretary; and Beth Reinke, treasurer. and Miami, respectively. The club's overnight trip to Montreal to visit three different offices of Environment Lyndon State College Canada was announced. The first meeting of the 1989-90 school year was Matthew A. Lazzara, secretary, introduced the held 8 September at 4:15 in the Alexander Twilight National Organization to the new students, and Theatre. This is the second consecutive year for record attendance at our first meeting. Freshman were intro- discussed possible speakers for the year. Activities duced to the club, and many of the club's activities and films for the year were discussed by Daniel K. for the year were started at this meeting. Cobb. First, Dr. Gannon, the meteorology department chair, started the meeting with a few words to the Northwest Louisiana club and especially the freshman. Next, Lisa http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society American Meteorological Society

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American Meteorological Society
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10.1175/1520-0477-70.11.1470
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East Central Illinois Andrew T. Cox, vice president, spoke about the National Forecasting Contest. At this point, awards This chapter has recently held elections. New officers were presented to the winners of last year's contest. for 1989-90 will be Mohan Ramamurthy, president; Brian Motta and Lisa Brule both won overall for Walter Robinson, president-elect; Elizabeth Mulvihill, underclassmen in the forecasting of San Francisco secretary; and Beth Reinke, treasurer. and Miami, respectively. The club's overnight trip to Montreal to visit three different offices of Environment Lyndon State College Canada was announced. The first meeting of the 1989-90 school year was Matthew A. Lazzara, secretary, introduced the held 8 September at 4:15 in the Alexander Twilight National Organization to the new students, and Theatre. This is the second consecutive year for record attendance at our first meeting. Freshman were intro- discussed possible speakers for the year. Activities duced to the club, and many of the club's activities and films for the year were discussed by Daniel K. for the year were started at this meeting. Cobb. First, Dr. Gannon, the meteorology department chair, started the meeting with a few words to the Northwest Louisiana club and especially the freshman. Next, Lisa

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Bulletin of the American Meteorological SocietyAmerican Meteorological Society

Published: Nov 1, 1989

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