I Was There - Event Photography
Photography in the Deep Blue Sea by Don Spong
April Showers Bring May Flowers
Photo Locations by Roger Trentham
Member Competition - Genna Sellers Judging
Roger Trentham Presents
Family and Friends
Member Competition - Wade Tipton Judging
Meet & Greet
Program presented by Club Members
Black & White
Program presented by Jurgen Dopatka
Black & White
Confessions of a Digital Manipulator
Program presented by Steve Ziglar
Oak Ridge Camera Club (ORCC) meets January 16 at Midtown Recreation Hall.
Members: OR, Military, AEC, X-10.
Tennessee Eastman Company Camera Club (TEC CC) meets at Oak Ridge High School February 20.
Y-12 provides club headquarter and darkroom at Y-12 East Portal Building in December.
Carbide Camera Club (CCC) for K-25 employees starts February 4 at ORHS.
Union Carbide new contractor for Y-12 in May, TEC CC and CCC merge.
Joint annual meeting of CCC, ORCC and Cinema Club at Central Dining Room on February 3. The first Salon!
Union Carbide adds management of ORNL in July, CCC invites ORNL employees to join.
Last meeting of ORCC in May.
CCC moves to new club quarters at Cheyenne Hall.
The Salon opens at Oak Ridge 25th Anniversary Headquarters in June. First Color Print Division in a Salon.
First Salon at Oak Ridge Community Art Center (ORCAC) opens in September.
Martin Marietta manages the plants, name change to Martin Marietta Camera Club (MMCC).
Darkroom and meetings move to ORCAC.
Company merger, name change to Lockheed Martin Camera Club (LMCC).
Darkroom moves to ORHS.
50th Salon “The Art of Photography” opens in November at ORCAC.
Management changes lead to club independence under the new name Camera Club of Oak Ridge (CCOR). Membership is open to everybody.
Club meetings move to Roane State Community College in August.
New Salon Division: Digital Images Displayed Digitally.
Last color slides in the Salon.
Salon opens at the Children's Museum in October. Non-Members can enter for the first time.
First club website: cameraclubofoakridge.org
Y-12 New Hope Center becomes the venue for the Salon.
First Salon print exhibition at AMSE
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Presentation of CCOR History
by Yvonne Dalschen