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StarGazing 101 - Contacts

To get in touch with the StarGazing 101'ers:

Club Positions:

Chairperson:

For Club Activities, Meetings agenda items or the Club email list
please contact: Stargazing101

Webmaster:

For any StarGazing 101 website suggestions including cool links found
please contact: Karol Socander

Librarian:

For borrowing books from the 101 Library
please contact: Ron Bronson

Keen Observers:

Keen Observers are people who like to go out and observe whenever they have the time and the conditions are suitable. They are also willing to go out with other people, regardless of their experience, and observe with them.
Follow this link to the Keen Observers page.

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