Colorful Marble from North Carolina, Image Credit: Mike Streeter
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Borrowing slide/video programs from the SFMS Slide and Video Library
Your Club must be a paid member of SFMS
Ordering Slide Programs:
Submit your request to the Slides/Programs Committee Chair using the form below.
Give at least 30 days advance notice to the Slide Program Chair when requesting programs. This gives your club's Program Chair a chance to familiarize him/herself with the contents of the program when received.
List two alternate choices. (First and second choices may not be available.)
Give full name of your club, plus your name, email address, phone number, and mailing address where you can be reached.
Give the date the program is to be presented to your club.
After the Program has been presented.
Please return within 4 days.
Before wrapping the program for return to the SFMS, check:
Make sure video is rewound.
That all slides are accounted for.
See that all slides are in numerical order.
That all slides are facing in the same direction.
Script, and/or cassette, is enclosed.
Please do not correct script!!! Instead, put a note in box and the Slide Program Chair will make needed corrections.
Return address - include club name.*
Address to Slide Program Chair.*
Print "Library Rate" in lower left hand corner.*
Insure for $50.00! - It is more important that the slides be insured because if they are lost or damaged in the mail, they cannot be replaced.
Note 1) - Omit steps marked with (*) if return labels are used.
Note 2) - Many Postal Clerks are not familiar with "Library Rates". It covers material - including slides - being sent to or from non-profit educational organizations. If faced with this situation refer to: USPS Retail Mail, 170 Retail Mail Media Mail and Library Mail
Warning: when slides are left too long in projector they will buckle from the heat and come loose from the frame, thus destroying a program!!
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Colorful Marble from North Carolina
Marble is a metamorphic rock formed from limestone or dolomite. Colors are caused by impurities. Marble can be found in many colors, but this specimen is unusual for its impressive rainbow of colors.
Image Credit: Mike Streeter