BEST/MATRR Annual Members Meeting
June 14, 2014

Garry Morgan gave a presentation on radiation monitoring
and Gretel Johnston presented the campaign to

Guest Speaker, David Lochbaum
of the Union of Concerned Scientists,
presented a paper on
Tritium Emissions from Sequoyah and Browns Ferry
 that he had completed
as a gift to our group.

There were lively discussions
about nuclear issues and
on our goals for the coming year,
and members voted on officers: 

Stewart Horn was voted President for a second term, 
Gretel Johnston was voted Vice-President and Secretary,
and Garry Morgan was voted BEST/MATRR Treasurer.

Members came from Chattanooga in the east
and from southwest Tennessee in the west,
as well as from north Alabama.


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