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  1. Chapter 159 British Horology 2014 Membership Dues

    Oct 1, 13 - Sep 30, 14
  2. Servicing a Pocket Watch for the Beginner II WS-201

    Jul 28 - 30
    Columbia, PA
  3. Basic Clock Repairs WS-320

    Jul 28 - Aug 8
    Columbia, PA
  4. 2014 Mid-West Event

    Aug 2
    Antioch, IL, United States
  5. Staffing and Jeweling WS-410

    Aug 4 - 8
    Columbia, PA
  6. Dial Painting WS-124

    Aug 9 - 10
    Columbia, PA
  7. 2014 Eastern States Regional

    Aug 15 - 16
    Liverpool, NY
  8. 2014 Eastern States Regional (Click Here for the Registration Form)

    Aug 15 - 16
    Liverpool, NY, United States
  9. Introduction To Clocks WS-109

    Aug 18 - 22
    Columbia, PA
  10. 2014 All Texas Chapters Regional

    Aug 21 - 23
    Houston, TX


A brief discussion of the importance of time, presented by the National Watch & Clock Museum in Columbia, PA.


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  • Executive Director's Update

    July 25, 2014 With the US having a population of 314 million and the NAWCC having a membership of a just under 15,000 (0.005%), it is clear that while collecting may not be as popular as it was thirty years ago, there is potential to attract more people to join our association. I am always amazed at how many new members tell me that they have been into watches and/or clocks for many years but yet had never heard of the NAWCC. I was visiting my daughter in Virginia several years ago and was introduced to Bill who was in his early nineties. Bill had worked with watches and clocks most of his life but had never heard of the NAWCC. I sent him a Watch & Clock Bulletin and some other information. Bill joined and is still a member. Our average member renewal rate for the last ten years is 87.26% and 88.12% for the last forty-five years which is extremely good. Last year we lost 2,087 (12.87%) members which were partially offset by 1,043 new members for a net loss... more