The MWOTRC will follow all local and federal government directives regarding public gatherings and will announce meeting cancellations in as timely a manner as possible. Please check back frequently for status updates.
As you all know, given the continuing presence of the Covid-19 virus, we cannot gather for in-person meetings. However, we CAN assemble for remote meetings using Zoom. We have had several successfull and informative meetings in the past few months, and we will continure to use Zoom for the forseeable future. For the upcoming months, our Zoom meetings will be:
November - Walden Hughes will interview producer, screenwriter and actor Tommy Cook.
December - John Abbott will give a presentation on "The Joy Boys".
January - Frank Morgan will start the year with a mystery program called "Even Orson Welles had a problem".
During the week prior to each meeting, club members will receive an email with the Zoom program information. If you are NOT receiving these emails, please check your email program to make sure that the messages are not being flagged as "Spam". If you do not see any spam messages, email "firstname.lastname@example.org" so that we can verify that your email is recorded properly.
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Stay healthy, and hopefully we'll see each other again soon!
The Joy Boys are on our website!
Bob Bybee has advised allowed us to host his collection of The Joy Boys, featuring Willard Scoff and Ed Walker, on our webiste at:
Remember those halcyon days of yore, when we would gather together together for a public performance? The photos below were taken in 2015 and 2016 at the Packard Center in Culpepper, VA and at the Library of Congress in Washington.