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Competition - Digital - Best use of foreground element (7:00 PM EDT)
Assigned Subject: Best use of foreground element Members will receive an email from competition chair Bob Thurston a couple of weeks before this event. Please log in to the club website to print and review the entry rules and judging criteria to help you in this competition. Only club members can compete, but the public is welcome to attend and learn. When: Tuesday, October 1, 2019 @ 6:45 PM (6:45 for Social Time;  Meeting starts at 7:00) Location:  Cape Fear Community College                   McLeod Building (Building "S"), Room S-002 (Ground Floor)                   (Easiest entry is from the Water St. side between Bldgs. S and A.  See Map) _______________ Parking:  Parking is available in the 3 lots marked "VP", ie, visitor parking, on the map OR on the street.  Parking is tight in this area of town so plan your time accordingly.
CFCC General Meeting - Note: Building & Room Change Information below - Open to the Public (7:00 PM EDT)
Our speaker at this meeting will be Dr. Kemille S. Moore, Associate Dean, UNCW.  She  will be speaking on photography's impact on Social Justice from 1890 - 1940. When: Tuesday, October 15, 2019 @ 6:45 PM (6:45 for Social Time;  Meeting starts at 7:00) Location:  Cape Fear Community College                   Natural Science Building (Building "N"), Room N-202                   (See Map) _______________ Parking:  Parking is available in the 3 lots marked "VP", ie, visitor parking, on the map OR on the street.  Parking is tight in this area of town so plan your time accordingly. "N" Natural Sciences" building at the corner of Red Cross and Front Street General meetings are free and open to the public to attend and learn. Jay Schulman will be sending out detailed information by email to club members.


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