Re: NANFA-- Convention plug

Bruce Stallsmith (
Wed, 26 Feb 2003 11:45:09 -0500

Thank ye, Steven. Convention updates include Scott Mettee speaking about
migrations of blue SUCKERS (not CHUBS, my mental error!) in the Alabama
River, and Randy Haddock of the Cahaba River Society talking about
conservation issues facing the Cahaba River in the Birmingham, AL, area.

And of course you check out the convention t-shirt, designed by Casper Cox
with an illustration of the Barrens Topminnow, Fundulus julisia, by Joe
Tomelleri. The NANFA website has all the info...

--Bruce Stallsmith
Huntsville, AL, US of A

>From: Rose Lawn Museum <>
>Subject: NANFA-- Convention plug
>Date: Wed, 26 Feb 2003 11:43:11 -0500
>I just sent in my registration fee for the 2003 NANFA Convention. That
>probably takes away the "I can't afford it!" excuse from most of you. (I'm
>so poor I've had a quarter pounder on lay-away at McDonald's since
>Christmas!) The Convention is now (Can you believe it?) only 14 weeks away.
>According to my calculations, just plan on giving up one of those $3.60
>fancy coffees at Starbuck's each week between now & then, and you're there.
>This is a rare opportunity to see Dave Neely do the darter dance, get a
>peek at Prez's outrageous collecting shorts, and check out the gill
>openings behind Casper's ears!
>All The Best,
>Steven A. Ellis
>Kennesaw, GA
>(The Convention is not sponsored by McDonald's or Starbuck's....YET!)
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