Keystone Killy Group

Original painting by Kenneth L McKeighen, 2010

MEETING NOTICE
Meetings are  scheduled at 1:00 PM usually on the second Saturday of the month at members' homes. Visitors are welcome. Directions to the meetings will be sent to registered members.

Schedule for 2014        Host            Phone                Status                Address          

May    10            Clay Crawford    908-674-0557    Confirmed    53 North Lincoln    Washington    NJ    07882
June    14            Will Fitgerald    215-443-5225    Confirmed PETCO 624 York Rad  Warminster    PA    18974
July                    None scheduled                      
August    16        George Davis    302-764-2580    Confirmed    1210 Norbee Drive    Wilmington    DE    19803
September    13    Mike Trzonkowski    302-738-0425    Confirmed    4 Adelaide Court    Newark    DE    19702
October    11        Joel Antkowiak    845-406-1917    Tentative    36 Dawkins Drive    East Earl    PA    17519
November    8        Paul Bricknell    717-534-1122    Tentative    48 Boxwood Drive    Hershey    PA    17033
December            None scheduled                      



PURPOSE OF KEYSTONE KILLY GROUP

The Keystone Killy Group (founded 1985) is the affiliate club of the American Killifish Association serving the eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey, Delaware and Maryland area. It is beginning its 40th year as a group, having survived name changes and location changes. A few of the original Delaware Valley Killifish Association (circa 1970) are still active members. For a while it was merged into the Philadelphia Panchax Society and then reborn as the Pocono Killifish Group (in 1982). Its primary purpose is to foster exchange of information, supplies, food, and fishes. The KKG does not now have any membership requirement for attending meetings, but we expect attendees to actively participate in meetings and support the club by buying or selling in the auction. The cost of mailing of meeting notices will require  $10.00 for a paper mailing or $5.00 if you prefer only e-mail notice. Attendees at the meetings are asked to contribute $5.00 to help defray the cost of refreshments. The host of the meeting will receive up to $100 to help compensate for the cost ofrefreshments.

Contact info:
Lee Harp[er
330 S. Old Middletown Road
Media, PA  19063
Phone: 610-566-2098
E-mail: LeeH920226@aol.com.