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Assembly 2019 is in full swing!

Discussion in 'Annual Assembly' started by Michael Grace, Jul 18, 2019.

  1. Michael Grace

    Michael Grace Lifetime Member

    If you are here, surely you're having a great time! The programs are excellent, the weather is nice (well, not quite as hot as elsewhere), the canoeing is outstanding, and the canoes here are numerous and beautiful. If you're not here, come on over! Grace_Assembly_1.jpg Grace_Assembly_5.jpg Grace_Assembly_2.jpg Grace_Assembly_3.jpg Grace_Assembly_4.jpg
     
    Last edited: Jul 19, 2019
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  2. Blott

    Blott LOVES Wooden Canoes

    Please don't make me envious Michael; I am stuck in my office here in the UK.

    Have a great Assembly. I will touch base with you in due course as I would like to do a presentation for the 2020 Assembly on cedar rib canoes which are close and dear to us both.
    Bid on the bit of silver; you won't be disappointed!

    Regards,

    Nick
     
  3. monkitoucher

    monkitoucher Canoe Curious

    Actually... do make me envious. I like seeing this.
     
  4. OP
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    Michael Grace

    Michael Grace Lifetime Member

    The 2019 Assembly at Paul Smiths was excellent - hundreds of canoes and hundreds of attendees. So many gorgeous boats from brand new to well over 100 years old. And many, many new faces. It was a great time, and the friendly excitement reminded us of how valuable it is to be part of the WCHA. Attendees came from all over - from the United Kingdom and 4 Canadian provinces, plus more than half of the states in the U.S.!

    Maps of US and Canadian participation:

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  5. pklonowski

    pklonowski Unrepentant Canoeist

    Even though my time was split between the Assembly and the Symposium (same time, same place), both events were a lot of fun!
     
  6. Benson Gray

    Benson Gray Canoe History Enthusiast Staff Member

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