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Albert Narath (l) speaks to John Pace VanDevender (r) as Fellows enjoy each other's company at the reception.
APS Treasurer Thomas McIlrath presents Fellow pin to APS President-Elect George Trilling, host of the reception.
(Photos by Daniel Barsotti)
Approximately 85 APS fellows in the Sante Fe region gathered in September for a special reception at the Museum of International Folk Art in downtown Santa Fe. It was the latest in a series of such receptions organized at various geographical regions with a strong concentration of fellows, according to Darlene Logan, APS Director of Development. "The purpose is to recognize APS Fellows as an important constituency for the Society, and to update them on APS activities," she says.
The Santa Fe reception featured talks by APS Director of Education Fred Stein on education, and Michael Lubell, APS Director of Public Affairs, on the Society's public policy activities. The event also marked the first presentation of the new APS Fellowship pins, the majority of which will be mailed to APS Fellows in the near future.
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