The luncheon meeting speaker this month at the Town Club (Wed. March 19) will be Richard Davis, Professor Emeritus from the University of South Florida and Visiting Research Associate at Harte Research Institute. His topic will be “Sea-Level Change in the Gulf of Mexico.” He has written a book on the topic and will have a book signing before the luncheon.
Following is a list of local CCGS events that you should put on your calendar:
- April 12 – Earth Day – Heritage Park
- April 24 – CCGS/CBGS Shrimp Boil – Art Center
- April 25 – Seismic Interpretation Class – EOG 3rd floor conference room
- May ? – Annual Fossil Hunt – Wright Brothers Quarry
- July 25 – CCGS/CBGS Fishing Tournament – Port Aransas
Note the Seismic interpretation class scheduled for Friday, April 25. The class will be taught by Don Herron of PGS (ex-Gulf and BP). He gives a similar class for the AAPG. The cost of the school will be $200 for non-members, $150 for members, and $100 for students. This is a large discount from the standard rate.
Also, the GCAGS convention which will be held in Corpus Christi Sep. 18-20, 2016 has been officially approved and most of the key officer positions have been filled. The 40th anniversary of the CCGS will also be celebrated in 2016.
Nominations for CCGS officers for the 2014-15 year are now officially open. If you want to run for an office or know someone that may want to run for office, please let me know. We currently have candidates running for the following positions:
President – Leighton Devine
President-Elect – Open
Vice-President – Randy Bissell
Secretary – Allison Corcoran
Treasurer – Zach Corcoran
The officer election will be held at the April Meeting.
CCGS President 2013 – 2014