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UPCOMING EVENTS

  1. Chapter 159 British Horology 2014 Membership Dues

    Oct 1, 13 - Sep 30, 14
  2. Introduction To Clocks WS-109

    Aug 18 - 22
    Columbia, PA
  3. 2014 All Texas Chapters Regional

    Aug 21 - 23
    Houston, TX
  4. 2014 All Texas Chapters Regional

    Aug 21 - 23
    Houston, TX, United States
  5. Intro To Machine Tools and Materials-Build A Clock WS-204

    Aug 25 - 29
    Columbia, PA
  6. 2014 Mid-South Regional

    Aug 28 - 30
    Chattanooga, TN
  7. 2014 Mid-South Regional

    Aug 28 - 30
    Chattanooga, TN, United States
  8. 2014 MKOA Regional

    Sep 11 - 13
    Oklahoma City, OK, United States
  9. 2014 MKOA Regional

    Sep 11 - 13
    Oklahoma City, OK
  10. 2014 Mid-America Regional

    Sep 19 - 20
    Auburn, IN

NAWCC/FEATURED VIDEO

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

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FROM OUR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

  • Executive Director's Update

    August 15, 2014 Jim Coulson of Chattanooga has presented lectures to several chapters in his area concerning the Ansonia street clock the museum purchased (see photo). As a result of his lectures the chapters are making donations toward the $34,550 needed for restoration of the clock. He, along with others, has been researching the history of the clock and other Ansonia street clocks. Don Bugh, one of the researchers, found a picture of a similar clock that had been exported and installed in Japan. We recently received notification that we will be receiving a distribution of $16,041.68 from the Betty R. Deroski Revocable Trust. This is the third distribution and the total including this distribution is $55,625. We expect at least one more distribution of $13,000 or more based on the original estimates in 2012. As with all undesignated bequests, the funds will be invested in our Heritage Fund. My wife and I spent some time in Virginia this last week... more