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Guild AGM - New Information

Please review the PDF document on the Calendar site for additional information regarding prices for the Toronto AGM. Registration fee is $25.00, Cocktail reception is $15, Saturday Banquet is $40. All prices CDN.

Posted Jun 27, 2017 by Madeleine Cheesman

Guild AGM - September 1 - 4, 2017 Registration Form

Following is the registration form for the AGM to be held in Toronto, ON, Canada, September 1-4, 2017

Posted Jun 06, 2017 by Madeleine Cheesman

2017 Pittsburgh Quarter Peal Shindig

by Don Morrison
Posted Jun 06, 2017

Paul Windels

It is with great sadness that I let you know that Paul Windels passed away Sunday afternoon. He suffered a heart attack at Kent while on his way to ring at the chapel following graduation.

Posted Jun 05, 2017 by Bruce N Butler
UPDATE: The wake for Paul will be held on Thursday, June 8th, from 6:00 p...
Posted Jun 07, 2017 by Bruce N Butler

Area meeting at Smith College Columbus Day Weekend

Area meeting at Smith College 10am - 5pm daily over Columbus Day weekend, Thursday 10/6/17 through Monday 10/9/17, 10am - 5pm daily. Please contact us for scheduling QP attempts and special ringing requests. We look forward to seeing our bellringing colleagues.

Posted Jun 05, 2017 by Sarah A Moriarty

Hendersonville Ringing Long Weekend Aug 3-6

Anniversary Celebration Hendersonville Bells Thu, Aug 3 to Sun, Aug 6, 2017

Posted Jun 04, 2017 by Robert Aldinger

BBC Music Day - June 15, 2017

BBC Music Day is returning for its third year on Thursday 15 June 2017, celebrating music’s ability to unite communities across generations, and this year bell-ringers have been asked to play an even bigger role.

Posted May 05, 2017 by Bruce N Butler

Council Review and Action Group - Thanks Tony for working on this committee and representing North American interests.

by Bruce N Butler

Thanks Tony for working on this committee and representing North American interests.

Posted May 05, 2017

Annual Pittsburgh ringing course, 11-13 August

The eleventh annual Pittsburgh ringing course will be held at Southminster Presbyterian Church, 11-13 August 2017.

Posted Apr 29, 2017 by Don Morrison

North American Guild AGM - early announcement

The AGM Team in Toronto is working hard to put together another wonderful AGM. Check back soon for current information.

Posted Apr 16, 2017 by Madeleine Cheesman

Memories of Tom Miller for April Clapper

Please will you share your memories of Tom? Tom knew every one of us. Please send your memories and photos to me and I will put them into the issue. If you remember the format of Beryl's obituary and memorial page, I'd like to do something similar to honor Tom. Thank you, everyone.

Posted Mar 31, 2017 by Diane M Amison-Loring

Tom Miller

Tom Miller

Posted Mar 04, 2017 by Bruce N Butler
UPDATE: I now have the church time confirmed. Funeral arrangements for Tom Miller Visitation at Layton...
Posted Mar 06, 2017 by Bruce N Butler

Response to 'Philadelphia ringing makes the NY Times'

by Christopher Colon
I had no idea Bruce was so young! Wonderful article which, strangely enough, a fellow parishioner who knows me to be a bell ringer clipped for me to see. Hope to see you all at the Spring Dinner in March.
Posted Mar 01, 2017

Philadelphia ringing makes the NY Times

by Bruce N Butler
Posted Feb 06, 2017

Response to 'Abilene in the news!'

by Lynn G Blair
I actually contacted and have been discussing the issues with Benjamin Sunderlin and in the process the senior warden has shut us down saying the church doesn't have the funds to proceed at this time (and they just spent multi millions on a new parish hall, go figure). So unless there is financial aid or we run some sort of successful crowd funding campaign (as if!) I'm sad to report Abilene's bells will be silent for the indefinite future. It really looked like the powers that be were on board with this but I guess I was mistaken. I wish I had better news.
Posted Feb 02, 2017

Response to 'Abilene in the news!'

by Don Morrison
Taylor's is the obvious alternative to Whitechapel, now that the latter is no longer an option.
Posted Jan 30, 2017