“Sir” James is pleased to announce that Illustrator Mike Rapsey under the pen name of “Sey Ottawa” has agreed to supply CKAP with his view of cycling in the form of a monthly cartoon which will be at the head of the CKAP News page.
Member with a sharp eye may notice that the hyphen is starting to disappear on the CKAP web page. Reason is that it was a question on the annual cycling log a few years back and members voted to have it removed. However, until we restyle the CKAP jersey the hyphen on the jersey and the CKAP List Page address will remain. We will always be Canadian – pause- Kilometer Achiever Program.
The CKAP brochure in PDF format on the CKAP web site has been updated to include the question on how you would like to receive your CKAP annual report; by web page address in PDF format or by mail in black and white hard copy. It’s 2007 version has “Sir” James’s new
email address and the new prices for CKAP as of July 01 2007.
“Sir” James has now got the hang on how to make multiple page PDF files which is nice as he can now correct the gremlins that now and then sneak in. So if possible my advice is to go PDF for the annual report (in living colour) if you can, but wait a week or two before printing and
hopefully all the gremlins will have been purged from the report. Just let James know if you want to switch from mailed black and white hard copy.
James will send you a PDF version to insure that you can view and print etc before switching. .
Lastly “Sir” James wishes Michael Poplawski -1082, a belated, all the best as he steps down as CKAP’s West Coast Director and a welcome to Raymond Parker our new West Coaat Director who as a professional photographer has supplied CKAP with several great photos of our west
coast members and had the honor of presenting Ken Bonner with his three awards. May you both complete the 2007 PBP in fine style.