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Old Dominion Chapter No. 34


Sunday - April 14, 2024

Holiday Inn Gateway
515 Bypass Road, Williamsburg

10:30 a.m. - Exhibit and Mart Open  

Program #1 11:15 a.m.

Math Concepts We Learned from Clocks
Presenter – Jeff Wilson

Since the majority of clocks are now digital, children are often not taught how to tell time with an analog clock. Learning the clock dial has taught us empirical understanding of many mathematical concepts that seem to be eluding the younger generations.  

Jeff is an Old Dominion Chapter No. 34 member and resides in Newport News.  He will discuss some of the concepts he has observed that can be learned from the clock and perhaps others can suggest other reasons why analog clocks need to be more common. 


12:00 Noon Lunch

1.00 p.m.

1:30 p.m.Business Meeting

Program #2 Following Business Meeting

General Movement Servicing - Part 3
  Video Presenter - Ken DeLucca

The video series demonstrates the basics of what would be called a General Movement Servicing, or what some refer to as an “overhaul” of the movement  It includes the clock cleaning process, polishing/burnishing pivots, bushings and final assembly for a time only, mainspring driven movement.  This is Part 3 of a multi-part series.

About the Presenter -

Ken DeLucca

Ken DeLucca is the Director of Education at the NAWCC School of Horology in Columbia Pennsylvania. A graduate of the NAWCC School of Horology Clock Repair Program, he also has a graduate diploma in the Conservation of Clocks from West Dean College of Arts and Conservation in the United Kingdom.

Ken has worked in two local clock repair centers in the Columbia area for more than ten years in a part time position - one an antique shop, the other a jewelry store. Along with a Certificate of Museum Studies from the University of Delaware, his exposure to clockmaking has been wide and far. A member of the NAWCC for more than twenty years, he recently retired from teaching a technical subject (electronics and related courses) after more than 36 years.



And, we are returning to our customary buffet luncheon. The charge for the luncheon is $27 per person which covers the cost of the luncheon and a portion of the room rental.

We will have our customary Exhibit where you can share items from your collection with the members.

Masks are not required if you meet the criteria for vaccinations.
Please feel free to wear your mask to meet your comfort level.

We encourage you to continue to practice reasonable social distancing.





Please RSVP your attendance plans.

Contact Judy Draucker no later than Thursday, April 11,
at (804) 339-1040 or by email to




Don’t forget The Chapter now has a Facebook page!

Thanks to Chapter Member Dennis Lane of Smithfield who volunteered to set up and manage a Facebook page for chapter members. This provides an excellent opportunity for chapter members to communicate with each other. You can share your photos, your questions, and even your answers and suggestions.

If the Chapter has an email address for you, you should have received an ‘invite’ from Dennis. If you did not or perhaps have misplaced it and wish to participate on the Facebook page, please contact Dennis at or at (757) 365-0402 or (757) 810-5997. Dennis will be happy to set you up as a user.


Previous Programs

Richard Robinson, President
Michael Schulman, Vice President
Judy Draucker, Secretary Contact Judy
Janet L. Tyler- Treasurer

Future Meeting Dates

February 9, 2025 April 15, 2025
June 9, 2024 August 11, 2024
October 13, 2024

December 8, 2024


CHAPTER 34 HISTORY 1954 - 1984