Courier at the Printers

The December Cogswell Courier has been taken to the printers, where it takes about two weeks (cover paper has to be ordered, then the printing and putting together begins.)
Meanwhile, some things are already ready (subject to necessary changes) for the April Courier:
A British Cogswell, David A., has sent us a story about his involvement in Dragon Boat racing.
There’s the summary of a story about a CLOCKWORK Cogswell.
Bumped from December is the story of Jamie Cogswell, accident survivor.
There’s a short bit (This and That) about a marine crocodile fossil found at Westbiry, Wiltshire, UK. (Picture is of paleontologist Simnon Carpenter and part of the fossil.)
Plus a lot of stories for some time, that might get put in, but for now, I want to save the space.
 

About mcogswell2

I am a retired minister of the United Church of Canada. I am currently Editor of the Cogswell Courier, the newsletter of the Cogswell Family Association.
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