2002 AAGSSCS Convention - Corning, New York
Annual Convention 2002 was held in Corning, N.Y., July 25-28, 2002 at the Radisson Hotel Corning (located on historic Market Street in downtown Corning). A "behind the scenes" tour of the museum, with lectures and demonstrations by the staff at Corning were included. The Corning Museum of Glass is home to the world's most comprehensive glass collection and number over 35,000 objects spanning thirty-five hundred years of glass making. Other sites to see around Corning in addition to the beautiful country of the Finger Lakes Region of upstate New York, are the Finger Lakes Wineries, National Soaring museum, The National War Plane Museum and the Glen Curtis Museum.
|Refreshments at Get-Together Mixer Followed by Auction
Business Meeting, "Unknowns" Meeting, Banquet
Banquet Hosts of Convention 2002 Did a Fantastic Job!!
Thanks Joe & Joan
Flowers in Memory of Our Founder, Bill Avery
Thanks to Many Years of Service as Treasurer - THANKS JOE
Naming of Unknown Shakers -Thanks Phil & Faye
Thanks to Many Years of Service as Historian - THANKS KAY
Presentation of 2002 Convention Shaker - Thanks Maralyn
Room Hopping at the Convention "Where you find your prize shaker(s) to take home!"
Winning Shaker Displays - 2002 Convention
"Mt Washington Shakers - The Survivors" Best of Show Winner
"Amberina" Best of Show Runner Up
"Come Into My Garden"
"Which Came First - Chicken or the Egg"
"A Covey of Birds in Corning, New York"
"Singing the Blues"
The Convention 2002 shaker is named "Seaweed" - free blown shaker with added
hand painted decoration resembling seaweed. A single blue disk separates the body
from the stem. Each limited edition shaker has the date 2002.