2019 ECWG Lowell Thomas Annual Dinner Committee

2019 ECWG Lowell Thomas Annual Dinner Committee

To All ECWG members: The ECWG Board plans to submit a proposal to host the 2019 Lowell Thomas Annual Dinner in Washington, DC. Any ECWG member who would like to serve on a committee for this event should express interest by contacting Bill Runyon, ECWG Secretary at bill.runyon@Ironhubbard.org

Exploration Fields On ECWG Name Tags

Exploration Fields On ECWG Name Tags

As a networking aid when planning expeditions, or simply as a conversation starter, ECWG is in the process of adding exploration fields to ECWG members’ name tags. If you wish to have an exploration field included on your name tag, please choose ONE of the following that best describes your exploration interests or involvement, and …

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ECWG Bombash 2017 Report

ECWG Bombash 2017 Report

The 2017 Explorers Club Washington Group Bombash took place in Philadelphia from 29 September to 1 October 2017. Organized by Arnella Trent MN10 as a joint program with the Philadelphia Chapter, forty-two members and guests joined for a remarkable weekend of history and camaraderie centered around Independence Park, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Members from …

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ECWG Board Member Awarded The Explorers Club Flag

ECWG Board Member Awarded The Explorers Club Flag

Command Sergeant Major (Retired) Eric L. Fies, FRGS MN’16 was awarded the honor of carrying The Explorers Club Flag #114 on his upcoming expedition to Kenya. Fies and his team of combat-wounded Veterans, along with former U.S. Marine and Expedition Documentarian Allan R. Smith MN’04 and Expedition Photographer Amber Fies, will join a team of …

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ECWG 2017 Summer Picnic Report

ECWG 2017 Summer Picnic Report

The ECWG 2017 Summer Picnic was held Saturday morning July 15, at the U.S. NATIONAL ARBORETUM, Washington, DC. An illuminating tour of the NATIONAL BONSAI & PENJING MUSEUM was provided by a curator of the collection, Michael James. His robust voice ensured that our group of 25 members, family and guests, had no problem hearing …

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