Beginning Exhibiting Chat Tonight: Delphi

Beginning Exhibiting Chat Tonight: Delphi

Post by Lloyd de Vri » Sat, 25 Jul 1998 04:00:00



Experienced philatelic exhibitor and writer Janet Klug will host a
chat for beginning exhibitors July 24th on Delphi's Stamps, Coins &
Postal Forum.  The session, which is free and open to the public,
begins at 9 p.m. Eastern.

A similar chat in May was quite successful. A transcript of that
session is available on the Forum's website,
http://www.delphi.com/stamps, which also provides a link to the July
24th chat.

The Forum is operated by Lloyd A. de Vries, and its public website has
articles and features on more than 100 web pages. The Forum also
includes an interactive "message board" and chat room (discussion
area).  Registration is required, although there is no charge for
access.

Klug has developed approximately 25 exhibits in her two decades as an
exhibitor, most of them "fun" exhibits.  Her Tonga exhibit has grown
from a two-frame "Certificate of Participation" to a Gold-Medal
winner.  An accredited judge since 1991, she is currently vice
chairman of the Committee on the Accreditation of National Exhibitions
& Judges of the American Philatelic Society.  She is also Secretary of
the APS.

Klug also hosts a monthly chat for the Tonga & Tin Can Mail Study
Circle on Delphi, and writes for a variety of publications.

Delphi is an Internet-based online service, with interactive message
boards, chats (live discussions), webpages and links. Hundreds of
subjects are covered in the Forums, including other hobbies, regions
of the country, entertainment, and computers.