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Frequently Asked Questions
- How do I join?
Click here for information. The membership year runs from January
1- December 31.
- Do I have to be a member to come to a meeting?
No, meetings are open to anyone interested.
- How often and where are meetings held?
Meetings are held four times a year, usually in the Pickwick Room of
the sixth-floor restaurant at Strawbridge's at Eighth and Market in
Center City, Philadelphia. Lunch is served at noon, followed by the
meeting and program.
- How is the chapter organized?
The chapter is an approved non-profit organization, with elected officers
and a board of directors, and is a part of the national Lewis and Clark
Trail Heritage Foundation.
- What activities does the Chapter offer? In addition to the
programs at the quarterly meetings, tours (such as the trip to Harpers
Ferry) and special events (such as the dedication of the Wistar historical
marker) are described on the website
and included in mailings.
Who are the members in 2005? The
list of regular, supporting, and household members is here.
Who were the members in 2004? More
than 75 people have joined or renewed their membership.
Who were the members in 2003? Many
joined to help with the Annual Meeting in Philadelphia.
Who are the officers of the Chapter? The
listing of all Board members is here.