RE: NSH Diary, Part II

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From:Nancy Shellhorn <> (by way of histonet)
Date:Wed, 20 Oct 1999 03:46:48 -0400
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Hi Anita,

Thanks for filling all of us that could not attend in on what is going on in
and around NSH.  This is the first NSH that I have missed in a very very
long time and I miss all of you.  I hope you all are having a wonderful time
and learning a lot.

Missing all of you!


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Anita Jennings []
> Sent: Tuesday, October 19, 1999 8:07 AM
> To: 'histo'
> Subject: FW: NSH Diary, Part II
> Sorry we didn't get to this yesterday - it was a busy day! We all attended
> some good workshops. After the wonderful party on Saturday nite getting to
> those early workshops on Sunday morning was difficult for some of us. I
> don't
> know how many techs are here for this NSH but there seems  to be quite a
> crowd.
> The Culling Memorial Lecture on H. Pylori by Rodger C. Haggit, M.D. was
> interesting as was the International Lecture by Ute Wagner-Bach, D.V.M.,
> PH-PDT. This was the first year in a long time that I got to attend the
> lectures and I'm so glad that I did.
> The exhibits opened on Sunday morning after the lectures. There are some
> wonderful new products this year. There was another great party on Sunday
> evening sponsored by CytoLogix featuring a 2 standup comedians. Elizabeth
> laughed so hard she got a cramp in her forehead! (She said I could say
> that!)
> We also toured around Providence in the off hours and found that you could
> get to Newport by bus for $1.25. Once in Newport there are many
> things to do
> - lots (no TONS) of little shops, walks along the ocean and of course, the
> mansions to tour.
> I'm sure we are all gaining weight - the Italian food is so good and so
> plentiful.
> The weather was good until today (Monday) when it rained and got cold. We
> are
> expecting the rest of the week to be cold - for some of us Arizona people
> temperatures in the 50's is cold!
> I got to be a liason for Russ Allison's workshop this morning,
> wouldn't you
> know it, the bulb on the slide projector went out during his
> talk! It was a
> good workshop though in spite of a little equipment difficulty.
> We also had
> another chance to go through the exhibit hall and talk to the vendors and
> pick up some of the goodies that they were giving away this year.
> Since our newsletter editor couldn't make it to Providence this
> year I went
> to the newsletter editor's meeting and found out which societies won the
> newsletter awards - Michigan and New York were the lucky ones this year.
> Tonite Shandon will sponsor another party - this one is a dress-up affair.
> That's it for this time, we'll send another entry to let you know
> about the
> final days of NSH 1999.
> Andi Grantham

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