February 19, 2011; Saturday; 3:00 PM until 6:00 ish
Rook's (aka, Jeremy's) House
1421 Kensington Avenue, Grosse Pointe Park, Mi 48230
Join MASM for a bit of a change of pace meeting to 'tour' Rook's reef tank and home and engage in some thought provoking discussions on general tank maintenance and filtration methods. We plan to us my rather lackluster reef tank as a study topic on the success and failures alternative filtration methods, including an exploration of carbon dosing and the use of bio-pellets. You can often see the nicely maintained tank and hear about how said owner uses methods x, y, z; for this meeting we are going to see a tank that is at the begining of trying some new methods, which will be documented after the meeting online so everyone can witness the successes and failures.
There will be no "Speaker" for this event, rather we hope to encourage a brisk discussion amongst the attendees. Some snacks and beverages will be provided.
Any MASM Member or guests that may be interested in becoming a member are welcome, along with our friends from the other Michigan Marine / Reef Clubs.
Looking forward to seeing everyone. I'll try to put a MASM sign out front (hint hint to Tal or Chad to bring a sign :D ) Feel free to park in the Driveway or on the street (one side only). It is a one car width driveway so keep in mind that you cannot leave until those behind you do.
Should be fun, though I'm not sure what snacks to get yet. Thoughts?
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