As we embark on another N4C season I canít help but look back on the last couple of strenuous years. The cancellation of the 2020 N4C Convention in Sioux City, the Spring Mini Convention, two years in a row, and now the postponement of the 2021 convention in Duluth. Video conferencing our board meetings and postponing our print competitions were some of the other challenges we had to face. All were tough but necessary decisions and whatever the challenges were, Iím proud of the way everyone stepped up to confront them so we could still continue on as best we could.
Iím an optimist, however, and I see light at the end of the tunnel. With the convention being postponed and not cancelled we can now look forward to the N4C Duluth convention in 2022. Our print competitions are back and with the current rule changes I look for it to be even bigger and better. Also, plans are still underway for the Spring Mini Convention in Indianola, Iowa so stay tuned for more information as that develops.
All in all, I believe the tide is turning and things are looking up for N4C. Yes, we will always be faced with challenges and issues but I believe the future looks bright and I look forward to serving as your 2021/2022 President.
The "NORTH CENTRAL CAMERA CLUB COUNCILĒ had
its inception almost simultaneously in the minds of three men Robert H.
Cochran, M.D., APSA. Omaha, E, Curtis Lugg, Sioux Falls, and Francis A.
Kingsbury, Ponca and Sioux City.
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