June 2004                      www.zoophoto.org

This month's meeting will be on June 21st at 7 PM. It will be in the Deramus building. Brings images to share and equipment to trade or sell.

 Be sure to come in to the park through Gregory or the other side of the mall drive on Meyer. Park in the parking lot on the south side of the Deramus building (the rhino lot), and go into the Deramus building through the office doors.  There is a show at Starlight that evening, and they will need the north parking lot.

 Seven members enjoyed a nice day at the Tallgrass Prairie on May 22nd.

 Bring your wants and your unwanted equipment for the "Buy- Sell-Trade" session. We will try to have this at every meeting.

 Send your images for the WEB site to Jim Rendina. Images submitted should be 640 X 480 in size. From there Jim can resize them to fit on the web page. New images are needed on a regular basis.

 Jim also needs prints, 5 X 7 or 7 X 9 for the KIOSK in the IMAX Theater Lobby. Photos of the Summer Reptile Exhibit are especially needed.

 The KC Digital Camera Club meeting will be on Monday, June 29th at 7 PM at the Waldo Library.

 If you are in the market for a new digital camera, check out:



Web sites for the Lewis and Clark Celebration this summer are:




You can get a schedule of events at:



The official reenactment will be in Fort Osage on June 18th, at Kaw Point on June 26th, in Leavenworth on July 2nd, and in Atchison on July 3rd.

The city of Parkville will host the Lewis & Clark Discovery Expedition of St. Charles with an encampment in English Landing Park over a span of three days, June 29--July 1.   Reenactors will arrive by keelboat and pirogues at or near the boat ramp in the park about noon on Tuesday the 29th. They will set up camp and welcome the public to visit all day.

 Wednesday evening June 30, you can dine with the Legends for $30 a person in downtown Parkville. The program will include historical perspectives, performances by the Lewis & Clark Fife & Drum Corps and a presentation of replica artifacts from the expedition. Reservations may be made by calling (816) 741-7676.  The crew also will hold open house all day Wednesday. They will strike camp and depart Thursday morning, July 1.

 Everything is free except the Wednesday night banquet.

Parkville and its English Landing Park are on the banks of the Missouri River on Missouri Hwy. 9 west of I-635.                      

 To study more about this historic achievement, here is an interesting website describing the Lewis and Clark Expedition day by day, and places to visit.   http://www.moriver.org/bicentennial/rapidref/launch.html

 If you have any news you would like to share with your fellow photo club members, send it to the newsletter editor by the second Monday of the month.

 Barbara Chase, Editor