Fond memories from Camera Club

I suppose we knew it would happen sooner or later, but nevertheless it is sad when it does happen.

Dear Editor:

Re: Summerland Camera Club disbands, Summerland Review, June 28.

I suppose we knew it would happen sooner or later, but nevertheless it is sad when it does happen.

My parents spent many happy hours, as did their friends, trying for “the right subject, the right light, the right background” and any other detail.

When the group put together a slide program for their Concert in Colour, held once a year if possible, no one, other than the members, knew how much work went into selecting the right slides for each presentation.

I was not a member, but have happy memories of watching my parents take pictures, cull out the bad ones and present the good ones for competitions.

Thank you to the few remaining members.

You have brought happiness and fond memories to look back on.

Pat Schramm

Summerland

 

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