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Nov
15
2015

Witch’s Broom Spelling – AGAIN?!

  The origin of the English phrase “witch’s broom” is the German Hexenbesen, which means “the broom of a/the witch”. Wikipedia defines “Hexenbesen” as the “broom of a witch”. Ergo: “Hexenbesen” is the transport vehicle of a witch, in other words, a witch’s broom. Besen is the German word for “broom”. But more importantly— There…

Nov
9
2015

Byron Baxter and David Speth elected to the ACS Board of Directors

Effective the ACS board meeting held the day before the National Meeting in September, Byron and David joined the ACS board, representing the Central Region as President and Director, respectively. Both Byron and David have long histories with the Society and will be busy right away, as the Central Region is hosting the 2016 National…

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