Our group holds twice-monthly meetings (1st and 3rd Monday of every month) at 7pm and visitors are always welcome at any of our meetingsWe have competitions, field trips and workshops throughout the year
Redlands Camera Club Officers and Chairs for 2017/2018
served in many club offices, including President (about1989-91). Jim worked for the Forest Service as a tree expert. When heretired he and his wife Rindy moved north into gold country, where theystill live.
served as President four times. He celebrated 25 years ofservice to the club in March of 2012. In addition to taking a leadershiprole for years, Frank has more recently developed and implemented the education and workshop program for the club, teaching regular workshops on all topics, as a club benefit. He is currently the instructor for RCC's "School House", a series of photography classes provided for club members. His depth and scope of technical photographic knowledge, and the quality of his photographic work, has been an inspiration to us all.
developed and maintains the RCC website as an amazing resourcefor club members and a magnet which draws in new members. He alsoestablished a high-water mark as Competitions Chair, introducing manybeginning photographers to entering competitions as a way to improve theirart and craft.Jerry ReecePhotography has been Jerry's primary hobby for over fifty years. Jerry was an educator with San Bernardino City Schools for 35 years , spending the last 28 years of his career as an Elementary School Principal. Jerry and Bessie retired from the public schools in 1994. After a few years on the part-time faculty of San Bernardino State University supervising and training student teachers, they went into full-time retirement to RV around the country with their cameras and tripods in hand. Jerry & Bessie both shoot with Nikon D300's. In addition Jerry has a Nikon D200 converted to infra red.
Jesse was a long-time Photogram Editor and Past President. When the club wasat a low point with hardly more than a handful of members, he workedsteadfastly to retain those and attract new members. Jess still lives inRedlands and will turn 100 on July 5. His health dictates that hisparticipation in club activities is limited. (Frank Peele plans to promote his birthdayluncheon then as a "big deal".)
RCC lost a great mentor, friend and leader on January 29, 2014 when Jesse Wall passed away at the age of one hundred years, six months and twenty-four days.