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Eric has produced his second issue of A2Z, and is nearly back on a quarterly schedule.
The first issue prepared by Editor Eric Lichtenstein was distributed to Club members in December 2018. This issue follows twenty years of John Mitchler being Editor from 1998 to 2018. Jack Longacre was Editor from 1988 to 1998.
Announcement on Facebook, 11-19-18, by Stony Burk “The following is a portion of an announcement made in Benham, KY on Oct. 18th. for a $2.55 million Abandoned Mine Lands Pilot Grant to restore and enhance the Portal 31 Exhibition Mine … Continue reading
Announcement posted on Facebook, 10-22-18, by Stony Burk: “Another highpoint secured for public access. For a few years now several Highpointers Club members working with the Highpointers Foundation have worked tirelessly to nurture a great relationship with the owners of … Continue reading
The September 2018 issue of Backpacker has a delightful 7-page story authored by Loren Mooney regarding her evolution from casual Hiker to dedicated Highpointer. It is insightful and humorous, especially her conclusions drawn from the quest. Do you recognize or … Continue reading
Highpointers Club The club is run by unpaid volunteers, serving on distinct committees, some of which are standing committees described in the bylaws and others which are temporary initiatives. Some guidance is provided by 4 officers (pres, vice pres, treasurer, … Continue reading
Informational Update for the Michigan 2019 Convention, by Mark Comstock, Host Download a MI-19 registration form at this link: Michigan 2019 Here is what we have set up for MI-2019. The people in Baraga County are very enthused … Continue reading
Illinois – 2019 Access Dates Illinois Liaison, John Mitchler, recently met with the owners of Charles Mound and confirmed the following open access dates for next year, 2019: Feb 16 & 17 (weekend of Presidents Day) Jun 1 & 2 … Continue reading
The 2018 Highpointers Scholarship was announced in the 2Q issue of Apex to Zenith. The essays of the three winners may be read in their entirety under the Scholarship drop down at https://highpointers.org/highpointers-club-scholarship/ This marks the third year of the … Continue reading
Mt. San Antonio (10,068 ft) may have the opportunity to replace Mt. Whitney as the highpoint of California after enough signatures were submitted to allow Californians to vote on a ballot measure to split the Golden State into three. The … Continue reading