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Week of October 14, 2019

This week, 5 quarters in 3 different methods were reported from 4 locations.

Locations: Washington (2), Cambridge, Chicago, Philadelphia.

Methods: Plain Bob Minor (2), Kent Treble Bob Minor, Plain Bob Triples (2).

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Washington, District of Columbia (Old Post Office Tower)
On Monday, 14 October 2019 in 44m (8½)
1Quilla Roth
2Christopher D White
3Barbara Grofic
4Robert Bannister
5Frederick DuPuy (C)
6Paul Timmel
For the Columbus Day federal holiday.
First of minor – 2.
Last revised on 14 October 2019

MIT Guild of Bellringers
Cambridge, MA, USA (MIT)
On Monday, 14 October 2019
1-2Austin J Paul
3-4Jeff Del Papa
5-6Elaine M Hansen (C)
In celebration of the life of Michael Boucher, father and model engineer.
Last revised on 15 October 2019

North American Guild
Chicago, United States (Mitchell Tower)
On Saturday, 19 October 2019
1-2Tom Farthing
3-4Eric Stubley
5-6Tim Black (C)
1st as conductor
Last revised on 19 October 2019

Washington, District of Columbia (Cathedral Church of St Peter and St Paul)
On Sunday, 20 October 2019 in 50m (15-2-17)
1Erin Nixon
2Georgina Barratt
3Mary Clark
4Sue Childs
5Frederick DuPuy (C)
6Robert Bannister
7Cecily W Rock
8Philip Merrill
For Sunday service, and in memory of longtime Baltimore Congressman Elijah Cummings (1951–2019); with congratulations to Hanna BredenbeckCorp and John Childs, son of the 4, on the occasion of their wedding.
First outside the British Isles – 4.
Last revised on 20 October 2019

North American Guild
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (St Mark)
On Sunday, 20 October 2019 in 42m (17-3-18 in F)
1Bruce N Butler (C)
2Eileen Joy Butler
3Abigail Timmel
4Brian Zook
5Meredith A Morris
6L Russell Torrey
7Alexander T Taft III
8Charles Rumford
200th Quarter on the bells rung for the 20th anniversary of their restoration on October 20th. The same composition of the first QP on the bells rung by 4 of the 1st peal band with 3 of the ringers (treble, 2 and 5) ringing the same bell that they rang in the peal!
Last revised on 21 October 2019