Indiana Chapter Explores Egyptian History and Culture During July 2019 Meeting in Indianapolis

Forty-four members and guests attended the meeting — the largest ever Indiana Chapter gathering.

The Indiana TCC Chapter had an outstanding meeting on Saturday, July 27. The activities began with an enjoyable reception and lunch, during which time the members exchanged travel stories and anecdotes. After a fine lunch, we heard and saw an excellent presentation by Don Knebel about his trip to Egypt. He presented information about Egypt’s extraordinary history, running from about 2600 B.C. to the present, as well as a description of the sites within their historical context. We had our highest attendance in the six years that the chapter has been operating – 44.

Our next meeting is scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 9, at the Seasons 52 restaurant in Indianapolis. Denny Grandl will present a program on “Vanishing Cultures: The Hill Tribes of Far Northern Vietnam.” Denny is a world traveler and a great presenter.

Best regards,

— Frank BasileIndiana Chapter Coordinator