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The LHSA Annual meeting will begin Wednesday afternoon, October 8, with the opening of the LHSA registration desk at the Dearborn Inn. Most attendees will want to arrive by Wednesday evening.

 

Members and guests wishing to attend the Saturday program only may register at a reduced rate. The Annual meeting will conclude on Sunday, October 12, after the Farewell Breakfast.

 

Please make hotel reservations without delay, as space at the Dearborn Inn may be limited the weekend of the meeting. Call (313) 271-2700 and ask for reservations in the LHSA room block.

 

Detailed meeting and program information and the Schedule of Events are available by following the links below:

 

The schedule of events is here: <http://origin.library.constantcontact.com/download/get/file/1113584548178-102/ANNUAL+MEETING+SCH+OF+EVENTS+%28F%29.pdf>

 

The meeting flyer is here:

<http://origin.library.constantcontact.com/download/get/file/1113584548178-98/DEARBORN+MEETING+FLIER+%28F%29.pdf>

 

Application is here: <http://origin.library.constantcontact.com/download/get/file/1113584548178-103/DEARBORN+REGISTRATION+FORM+%28F%29.pdf>

 

 

 

For more information, please contact the office at info@lhsa.org or (502) 895-7272.

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In Dearborn, on Saturday Oct. 11 between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm in the Fairlane Room, Bill Rosauer (Editor of the Viewfinder) will be conducting a 50mm "shootout". Bring your 50mm lens and Bill will include it in the comparisons. There are some old and new lenses that should be interesting to compare. Should be fun.

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Hi Alan,

 

I enjoyed meeting you at the LHSA doings in Dearborn It was my first LHSA meeting but it will not be my last! Being a gearhead, the 50mm Lens Shootout was one of the highlights for me, along with meeting a lot of folks who had previousy just been names on the Internet. Hopefully others willchime in with their reactions as well.

 

Regards, Jim

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