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Original Subject: CCCRN News: MYCityRadio Internet Radio Interview, Next Study Group and Other Updates
Original Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2001 11:49:26 -0700
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The E-News Service of the Canadian Crop Circle Research Network
July 2, 2001
A few quick updates here...
MYCITYRADIO INTERNET RADIO INTERVIEW
Discussion and updates on the current Canadian and worldwide crop circles
with CCCRN founder and director Paul Anderson.
'The Joe Show'
Tuesday, July 3, 2001
Live, 10:30 pm - 11:30 pm PT
Internet only broadcast (both audio and video streams available).
NEXT STUDY GROUP
A late reminder for those in or near the Vancouver area:
Join CCCRN for the next study group of 2001, a chance for informal,
in-depth discussion of the latest crop circle related news and reports from
Canada, Europe and around the world, in a relaxed, eclectic atmosphere with
the best coffee, tea, sandwiches, soups, desserts and electronica. To be
held the first Wednesday of each month at SDC through the summer and fall.
'The Circles of 2001'
Starry Dynamo Cafe, 4342 Main Street, Vancouver, BC
Wednesday, July 4, 2001
9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Hosted by CCCRN
For further information:
NEW RESEARCH ASSISTANTS
CCCRN is also pleased to welcome two more field research assistants this
week, Lyle Ford in Calgary, Alberta, a retired surveyor with his own Cessna
plane who has offered assistance with aerial photography (our third pilot!)
in Alberta / Saskatchewan and Susan Lehnert, daughter of the farmer who
found the recent rings at Biggar, Saskatchewan.
The Leader-Post newspaper (Regina, Saskatchewan) ran an article on CCCRN
and the Canadian crop circles in the June 26 edition ('Sask. a Good Place
for Crop Circles'). Thanks to reporter Sylvia MacBean for her assistance.
ALBERTA 'CRATER' FORMATION
There is also an interesting new report from Etzikom, Alberta (east of
Lethbridge and southeast of Calgary) from a few days ago regarding an
unusual shallow 'crater' found by a farmer in his field which is described
as being nearly perfectly round with three 'indentations' or holes inside
it and a raised surrounding rim / ring (landing trace?). Other
circumstances make this a rather interesting case. A report from the
Univesrity of Lethbridge is being forwarded tomorrow. Further details soon.
The Canadian Crop Circle Research Network is a non-profit
organization which investigates the crop circle phenomenon
and possibly related phenomena in Canada, creating a liason
between researchers, farmers, the public, the media and
scientists in trying to solve this ongoing enigma
CANADIAN CROP CIRCLE RESEARCH NETWORK
202 - 325 East 14th Avenue
Vancouver, BC V5T 2M9 Canada
Tel / Fax (Office): 604.731.8522
Tel (Cell): 604.727.1454
Circle Phenomena in Canada 2001:
� Canadian Crop Circle Research Network, 2001
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