Meet us for breakfast any Friday at 7:47 AM at the Ukrainian American Cultural Center

60 North Jefferson Road, Whippany, NJ 07981

P.O. Box 153, Morris Plains, NJ  07950

Speakers

Speaker Date Topic
Marc Maratea, Unit Service Exec BSA Feb 02, 2018
Intro to Family Scouting
Lt. Michael Rolph of the MPPD Feb 09, 2018
Legalized Marijuana and how it affects Law Enforcement
Larry Gindoff, Ex. Dir. of MCMUA Feb 16, 2018
Cheryl Bock Feb 23, 2018
Supplements for cancer survivors

                      

Charles Haas May 04, 2018
The Titanic

Charlie was born in, N.Y. He is a retired teacher of English and journalism. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Rider University in Lawrenceville, N.J., and a master’s degree from William Paterson University in Wayne, N.J. He lives in Randolph, N.J. Charlie’s interest in ships was sparked by his grandfather, who worked in the management of a New York stevedoring company. He introduced Charlie to ocean liners through the windows of his office, which overlooked New York Harbor. His grandfather also loaned him a copy of A Night to Remember, thus beginning a lifelong interest in the Titanic. In high school and college, he studied microfilm of newspapers’ coverage of the disaster. His particular interests are the ship’s features, exploration of the wreck, the state of the wreck and the artifacts. He is also interested in Cunard, White Star and other British shipping companies. Charlie is a co-founder of TIS and longtime trustee. He served as editor of its journal, Voyage, since the group was founded until 2006, when he became president of TIS. A lifetime highlight was making dives to the Titanic wrecksite in 1993 and 1996. He narrated the program “Titanic: Untold Stories,” was a member of the 1998 expedition to the wreck, and contributed to the design of artifact exhibits up until 2000. With co-author John P. Eaton, he has written five books: Titanic: Triumph and TragedyTitanic: Destination DisasterTitanic, The ExhibitionTitanic: A Journey Through Time; and Falling Star:Misadventures of White Star Line Ships.