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Southeast Chapter of the National Cartoonist Society Invites You...


[drawing by my son of him and his little brother]

You are invited to the Southeast Chapter of the National Cartoonist Society meeting Tuesday, November 15th at 7 pm, Frank's Roman Pizza (across the road from the Lowe's Superstore on Tunnel Road, Asheville).

From cartoonist/illustrator James E. "Doodle" Lyle:
Jack "Cass" Cassady plans to be in attendance, and will be sharing a little about his career in cartooning and some from his famous insights on copyright issues. So plan to be there! Bring a little cash for good food. Bring your latest work to show to the gang, and plan on doing a little on the spot doodling for the nice folks at Frank's.


All comikers, cartoonists & illustrators invited! Young, old, amateur or professional are welcomed. My son, who is almost 4 years old, joined me at the last meeting and spent then time drawing trains and other fantastic critters.

It's a great place to listen, learn, share and eat great food.

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