Sept./Oct., 2010 Volume 38 Issue 5 Ohio Mushroom Society The Mushroom Log 3. There has been a slight be on your left, and park behind Fall Foray schedule change to Saturday it in their large parking lot afternoon. Correction From the North: take I-480 12:00-1:00 pm Lunch (Bring a west to just before the OH By Dave Miller potluck covered dish to pass Turnpike. Follow signs to Rte. around). 10 (Norwalk, Oberlin) on I-480, A couple of errors crept into the stay to the left, and take Exit 1, Fall Foray announcement in the 1:00-2:00 Ian Adams will offer which will take you SW, and previous (July/Aug.,2010) Log. a technical program on then joins up with US Rte. 20. Mushroom Photography. Continue on this (for ca. 12 mi.) 1. It will be in Lake Metroparks to the OH Rte. 511 (Oberlin) Penitentiary Glen Nature 2:00 Afternoon Forays depart exit. Take Rte. 511 into Oberlin Center, NOT in Chapin Forest. (about 2 mi.). Soon after Directions to Penitentiary Glen 4. Dave Miller will lead a group entering town, take an easy left posted at the bottom of the on a 2:00 afternoon foray to onto College St. and proceed announcement are correct. nearby Holden Arboretum. west to the Inn, which is on the corner of College St. and Main I repeat them here: St (OH Rte. 58). You will need Dick Grimm to park behind the Inn, the Directions to Penitentiary driveway to the Lot is to the Glen Nature Center: Banquet right, is just beyond the Ohio 8668 Kirtland-Chardon Rd. Educational Credit Union/Juice Kirtland, OH 44094 Bar on your left. (440/256-1404 By Dave Miller http://www.lakemetroparks.com/ If you miss the College St. Come join us on November 13 turnoff, proceed on 511 to the Take I-90 to Rte. 306 exit. Turn th for the 14 annual Dick Grimm first flashing yellow light right (south) for about one mile. Banquet, this year to be held for (Oberlin Rd.) and make a left Turn left onto Rte. 615, then the first time at the Oberlin Inn and go one block south to turn right (east) onto Kirtland- in the middle of lovely, exciting College St. and make a right. Chardon Road and continue for “downtown” Oberlin. two miles. There is a sign-up form on page Penitentiary Glen Reservation Location: From the South, 9 of this Log. Please fill it out is located on the right (south) take I-71 north to Ashland exit and email or snail mail it to me. side of the road. # 186. Go east (right) on US 250 for 3 mi. to St. Rte 89, turn The dinner will be buffet style, 2. On Saturday, there is NO left (north) and follow 89 till it with a choice of three different 1:00-3:30 pm. public intro- merges with OH Rte.58 ( ca. 10 entrees: ductory program + hike. The mi.). This will take you right into 1. Lemon-peppered Whitefish public program takes place on Oberlin on Main St. At the 4 . th 2. Apricot Pork Loin Sunday only. traffic light (College St.) make a 3. Penne Pasta with Portabello right, go past the Inn, which will Mushrooms in Alfredo Sauce 2 The Mushroom Log Time: 4:30-5:30 pm: Hors A. brunnescens Pleurotus dryinus D‟oeuvres and Cash bar. A. daucipes P. ostreatus 5:30-6:30 pm. Our own Walt A. parcivolvata P. pulmonarius Sturgeon will speak on “Rare A. rhopalopus Pluteus cervinus and/or Unusual Mushrooms”, A. sp. Psathyrella candeolleana followed by dinner. A. volvata P. sp. Chlorophyllum molybdites Pseudocoprinus disseminatus Clitopilus prunulus Rhodocybe mundula Conocybe sp. Russula compacta Species List From Coprinus quadrifidus R. paravirescens Summer Foray in Cortinarius marylandensis 2 Russula sp. Athens, OH Crepidotus crocophyllus Schizophyllum commune C. mollis Stropharia coronilla Crinipellis zonata Tapinella (Paxillus) By Martha Bishop and Dave Entoloma abortivum atrotomentosa Miller E. murraii Tetrapyrgos nigripes E. sp. Xerula furfuracea Boletes E. strictius X. megalospora Boletellus merulioides Gerronema stromboides X. sp. Boletus bicolor Gymnopus dichrous B. fraternus G. dryophila Corals, Club Fungi B. innixus G. luxurans Artomyces pyxidata (was B. longicurvipes G. subsulphureus Clavicorona) B. nobilis Hohenbuehelia sp. Clavaria aurantiocinnabarinus B. sensibilis Hygrocybe caespitosa C. cinerea B. near sensibilis H. conica Lentaria sp. (Note prominent 3 Boletus sp. H. miniata mycelium) B. subvelutipes Inocybe sp. Ramaria formosa (mycorrhizal Chalciporus piperatoides Lactarius corrugis = corrugated with hardwoods. Note pinkish Leccinum albellum cap branches that contrast with Phylloporous rhodoxanthus L. fumosus=mycorhizzal with yello tips) Suillus americanus oaks, a brown cap, its latex Tylopilus alboater stains and dries a salmon color Slime molds T. ferrugineus L. gerardii=wide spaced gills, Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa T. plumbeoviolaceus brown velvety cap when young Fuligo septica (dog slime) T. rubrobrunneus L. glaucescens=peppery mild Lycogala epidendron cap with oaks, crowded gills Tubifera ferruginasa Chanterelles white milk dries slowly green! Cantharellus appalachiensis (its L. hygrophoroides Jelly Fungi greenish coloring makes it L. indigo, bright blue, with blue Auricularia auricula suspect) latex Dacryopinax elegans C. cibarius L. psammicola Ductifera patulahuana=white C. confluens (large caespitose L. subplinthogalus glob-like jelly D. pululahuana clusters resembling C. lateritus) L. subvernalis var. cokeri Syzygospora mycetophila (on C. lateritus L. subvellereus Gymnopus) C. minor L. volemus, popular edible Tremellodendron pallidum C. persicinus, has pink known as the Bradley Tremella concrescens coloration, growing under Lentinus ursinus hemlock Leptonia sp. Ascomycetes Leucoagaricus americana Camarops petersii= grows on Agarics Marasmius oreades wood, with a “volva” or peridium Amanita ameri rubescens M. siccus surrounding the fruiting body (may possibly be a distinct M. sullivantii Chlorociboria sp. species from the European A. Megacollybia rodmani Galiella rufa rubescens Panellus stipticus A. banningiana Parasola (Coprinus) plicatilis A. bisporigera 3 The Mushroom Log Helminthosphaeria clavarianum By Dick Doyle on Clavaria cristata or C. email@example.com cinerea Helvella macropus Our miniforay at Dawes Hypomyces americanus Arboretum was a smashing H. chrysospermus=Sepidonium success in spite of the recent chrysospermus dry weather. We had a good H. hyalinus turnout of mushrooms and H. lactifluorum=the Lobster mushroom hunters. We went to Scutellinia scutellata a wooded area east of the main Xylaria polymorpha grounds of the Arb which had a stream and a gorge running Tooth Fungi through it. If you want to see Hydnellum spongiosipes, on the area on Google Maps or oak, mycorhizzal,swollen Google Earth, go to N 39 deg spongy stem and farinaceous 58.082 ' W 82 deg 23.606'. Of odor the 20 people who showed up, Hydnum repandum about half were OMS members. Mycorraphium adusta We did not lose anyone in the Dick Grimm explaining the woods after hunting for two Polypores subtlies of Russulas hours. Ganoderma tsugae Laetiporus cinncinatus OMS members in attendance: L. sulfureus Dick Doyle Meripilus sumsteinii Dick Grimm Perenniporia fraxinophila Mike Smith Parasite on living ash Jack Coll Phellinua gilvus Joan Manzo (and family) P. robiniae= Fomes rimosus Mary Ann Barnett Phlebia incarnate Elizabeth Thomas-Jones Polyporus elegans Ron Gadrin Dick Grimm giving a table walk P. mori Marita King to the assembled „shroomers P. squamosus Poorva Kandalgoankar (and Stereum complicatum family) Photography by Alan S. ostrea McClelland at Trametes elegans Mushrooms in attendance: eyelftblogspot.com T. versicolor Amanita bisporigera Trichaptum biforme Amanita brunnescens var. His website for these and other Tyromyces chioensis pallida (?) pictures from Dawes is Amanita rubescens http://picasaweb.google.com/lh/ Gasteromycetes: Puffballs, Scleroderma citrinum sredir?uname=eyelyft&target=A earthstars, et.al. (aurantium) LBUM&id=5492730421241464 Crucibulum laeve Paxillus atrotomentosus 481&authkey=Gv1sRgCNvN5N Cyathus striatus Russula sp. (several) uyhfGOVA&feat=email Geaster sp. near fibriatum Agaricus placomyces (?) Lycoperdon perlatum Boletes (several) Ed. Note: If this sounds like Scleroderma aureolatum Cantharellus cibarius fun, Dick will be hosting another S. citrinum Cantharellus lateritius Dawes miniforay on Sat. Sept. Meripilus sumstinei 25. (see Calendar for details) Other Ustilago maydis (corn smut) P.S. A soon-to-be-member and Poland Municipal professional photographer by the name of Alan McClelland Forest Mini-foray Dawes Miniforay took the following pictures: By Pauline & Pete Munk Report 4 The Mushroom Log An impromptu mini-foray was Scleroderma citrinum suggested and arranged for Stereum ostrea Sat. Aug. 14, 2010 by P.A. Tyromyces chioneus Danus. The Munks gladly Xerula furfuracea helped with registration and Xylaria polymorpha further planning. We met in the village of Poland and were led by P.A. to the forest. Ian Adams Chance Creek Mini- had a head start and greeted us Foray at the Zedaker Pavilion with a The Crew: (from left) Kazuto good selection of specimens. It By Dave Miller and Yui Ishihara, Deb was a hot and sunny day. Six, Shankland, Pete Munk, Mary tried and true, members divided Despite the absence of Hill, me, Pete Richards, Pauline into two groups and headed in significant rain for the previous Munk, Sharon Greenberg opposite directions for almost 2 3 weeks, ten optimistic (Marie was behind the camera) hours. There were plenty of mushroomers met at this mushrooms to be found. Jack- newest Lorain County o-Lanterns and Chantrelles Metropark at 10 am on Sat. were brought in to show the August 21. These included difference for those who may Board Members Pete and not have known. The Zedaker Pauline Munk, Deb Shankland, Pavilion made a perfect place to Sharon Greenberg, myself, and i.d. over 30 specimens. The OMS members Marie boletes provided the greatest Anderson-Miller and Pete challenge. Although the Poland Richards, and two potential new Municipal Forest is basically an members, Mary Hill from North urban location it is a wonderful Species ID‟ing in progress Olmstead, and Kazuto Ishihara rich mixed hardwood stand. It is and daughter Yui from North well used by the residents but Following is the species list: Royalton. The “facilities” still offers habitat worthy of consisted of a Parking Lot and hunting for mushrooms. Trash Can. Makes Groves Agarics Woods look like the Ritz! Amanita sp. Species List Conocybe lacteal (from Oberlin) Amanita brunnescens After ca. one and one half hours Mycena leiana Boletus auriflammeus of seemingly futile searching, Omphalotus olearius (from B. auriporus (Yui, who is interested in Oberlin) B. pallidus salamanders, found a nice red- Pleurotus ostreatus B. rubellus back one under a rock adjacent Psathyrella velutina Cantharellus lateritus to the Creek) we returned to the Xerula furfuracea Chlorociboria aeruginascens parking lot. Being aware of X. radicans Clavicorona pyxidata Cortinarius sp. Chance Creek‟s sparse furnishings, I‟d brought a folding Polypores Ganoderma applanatum table on which to set up the Daedalia quercina Gymnopus dryophilus specimens and we did some Ganoderma applanatum Ishnoderma resinosum quick ID‟ing of the (mostly) G. lucidum Laccaria ochropurpurea polypores. Did I mention that it Oxyporus populinus Marasmius siccus was DRY! Afterward, we Board Phellinus gilvus Megacollybia platyphylla members caravanned to Lorain Polporus elegans Mycena leaiana to have a nice lakeside lunch at P. squamosus M. subcaerulea Rose‟s Café and then parted Stereum complicatum Phylloporus rhodoxanthus ways as the rain began to fall in S. ostrea Pleurotus ostreatus earnest. Trametes elegans P. porrigens T. versicolor P. sp. Trichaptum biforme Polyporus badius Tyromyces chioensis Russula sp. 5 The Mushroom Log Etc. Xylaria polymorpha Boletus sp. Boletes Daldinia concentrica Boletus innixus Fuligo septima B. sp. Mushroom Hunter Lycoperdon pyriforme Phylloporus rhodoxanthes “Massacre” Claims Schizophyllum commune 18 Lives in Italy Scutellinia scutellata Strobilomyces sp. MILAN (Reuters) – At least 18 mushroom-lovers have been killed in accidents while hunting Mini-Foray Groves for their favorite fungi in the Woods mountains and forests of northern Italy. By Dave Miller Walt Sturgeon doing his table Mountain rescuers say eager walk mushroom seekers are About 15 people showed up at abandoning safety procedures 10 am.,on August 28, for as they don camouflage and another fairly dry foray (even hunt in darkness to protect the creeks had run dry!). OMS coveted troves, la Repubblica members included Ian Adams, newspaper reported on Sunday. Matt Brill, Finley Lahmers, Joni Lewanski, Dave Miller, Pete "There is too much Munk, Deb Shankland, Walt carelessness. Too many people Sturgeon, and Chuck Vorcak. don't give a darn about the right Non-members included Matt The “table”, in actuality a pile of rules and unfortunately this is Stankis and Rob Sylack. In rocks surrounding a fire pit. We the result," Gino Comelli, head addition a sizable contingent did have a table, but this shot is of the Alpine rescue service in from the Cleveland Museum of much more interesting! northwest Italy's Valle di Fassa, Natural History (which owns the told the newspaper. property) were on hand to scour Photos courtesy of Joni the woods and help come up Lewanski. with an impressive collection Seventeen people have died in nine days -- six in 48 hours Polypores alone -- mostly from sliding off Agarics Bjerkandera adusta steep, damp slopes in the Armillariells tabescens Daedaliopsis confragosa northern mountains, la Crepidotus applanatus Ganoderma applanatum Repubblica said in a story C. crocophyllus G. tsugae headlined "the massacre of the Entoloma stricitius Phellinus gilvus mushroom hunters." Gymnopus dichrous Polporus elegans Gymnoporus (Collybia) P. radicatus dryophilus P. squamosus Another person has been Hygrophoropsis aurantiaca = Stereum complicatum missing for more than a week, it False Chanterelle S. ostrea said. Hygrocybe borealis Trametes versicolor Marasmius rotula Trichaptum biforme Ansa news agency said a man M. strictipes Tyromyces chioensis who had been hunting Mycena haematopus mushrooms was found dead on Mycena leaiana Etc. Sunday in the Alpine region of M. ratilantiformis Cantharellus lateritus Valtellina. Panellus stipticus Ceratiomyxa fruticulosa var. Pleurotus pulmonarius coralloida A combination of August Pluteus cervinus Sparassus spathulata thunderstorms and hot weather Russula spp. (2) Lycoperdon pyriforme has led to a bumper mushroom Xerula furfuracea Scleroderma citrinum crop that has drawn the first X. radicans Schizophyllum commune 6 The Mushroom Log hunters of what is expected to that T. equestre is generally not studies have suggested that be a boom season. recommended for eating due to they are not the same" He also the cases of Rhabdomyolysis in wonders if repeated meals are (Reporting by Ian Simpson; France. I immediately picked up the problem. Editing by Angus MacSwan) every book I had at my disposal, searching frantically http://www.nemf.org/files/lincoff/ for something I must have lookalikes/Recent_mushroom_p Ed. Note: Fortunately for us, missed on the edibility of this oisonings.html. I am guessing our terrain is not mountainous and mycophiles and mushroom. Each book I the species that grows in mycophagists in Ohio are far checked, including Raymond Canada is the same as that McNeil's 2006 publication Le which grows in the US. On Nov. less competitive! Grand Livre des Champignons 1, 2006, Health Canada did du Quebec et de l’est du post an advisory stating that Mushroom Reports: Canada, made no mention of T excessive consumption of this Tricholoma equestre & equestre (or its former name T. mushroom may cause harm. Rhabdomyolysis flavovirens) being toxic or even http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/ahc- suspect. asc/media/advisoriesavis/2001- eng.php by Jonathon Mingori A simple Google search, however, proved to be quite This summary is what I could I know that the readers of different. On September 13, find of current information. If Mainely Mushrooms are widely 2001, The New England anyone has additional varied from medical Journal of Medicine published a information on this, I would love professionals, poison control report titled Wild Mushroom to hear from you. You may consultants, professional chefs, Intoxication as a Cause of commercial pickers, liberal and email me at: Rhabdomyolysis. To read the conservative consumers, full report, see knowledgeable amateurs, and http://content.nejm.org/cgi/conte firstname.lastname@example.org those new to mycology and nt/full/345/11/798. This report identifying mushrooms. In the states that 12 cases (1992- From July-Sept. 2010 issue of last newsletter I wrote that 2001) of delayed Mainely Mushrooms, the Tricholoma equestre was a Rhabdomyolysis with 3 deaths Newsletter of the ME mushroom I looked forward to occurred in France after eating Mycological Association. finding again and that it was a large quantities of T. equestre. delicious edible. In light of that All 12 patients had consumed at Ed. Note: Google told me statement, I felt it wise to share least three consecutive meals rhabdomyolysis is skeletal what I have learned about this of the mushroom. T. equestre muscles breakdown, releasing mushroom since making that was positively identified as the myoglobin (the oxygen carrying claim. mushroom in question and was pigment in muscle) together clearly implicated as the cause with enzymes and electrolytes I found this mushroom for the of poisoning. No other causes from inside muscle cells. This first time last October in such as bacterial, viral, fungal condition can lead to kidney Quebec. The leader of the foray or toxic exposure were found. failure, since myoglobin is toxic identified it and while my NAMA does have this listed on to kidneys. There have been French is far from fluent I their mushroom poisoning other reports of this condition clearly understood, "Cest un syndromes page, but also says being caused by a small bon comestible!" She made no that there are no reports of this molecule isolated by Japanese comment on it being toxic in being toxic in the U.S. scientists from Russula any way. Upon arriving home I Apparently there are some subnigricans. Be careful out did my homework, checking the people who question if it is even there! identification, species name, dangerous. http://www.namyco. look-alikes and edibility. org/toxicology/poison_syndrom Imagine my surprise when, es.html Gary Lincoff (2005) Toxic mushrooms soon after the last news letter questions if the US species is blamed for hundreds had been printed, I received an the same as that found in email from Michaeline saying France. He claims "Some DNA of deaths in China 7 The Mushroom Log By TINI TRAN Associated assigned some of the country's "We repeatedly found it at all Press, updated toughest health mysteries. these sites,” Fontaine said. 7/13/20102:22:10 PM ET The medical teams A public information campaign BEIJING - Every summer encountered obstacles. Many to warn against eating the during the height of the rainy villagers didn't speak standard mushrooms has dramatically season, villagers of all ages in a Chinese, instead reduced the number of deaths. corner of southwestern China communicating in their own Only a handful have been would suddenly die of cardiac dialect. Villages were scattered reported in the last couple of arrest, in often remote areas. Rapid years, and none so far this burials made it difficult to year. No one knew what caused conduct autopsies. Torrential Yunnan Sudden Death rain and mudslides hampered However, the mystery has not Syndrome, blamed for an travel. yet been definitively solved. estimated 400 deaths in the past three decades. But that first year, investigators Testing found the mushroom were able to narrow down the contained some toxins, though Now, after a five-year list of possibilities: most victims not enough to be deadIy. investigation, an elite had drunk surface water, they Chinese scientists need to investigative unit from China's had emotional stress and they isolate the toxin and test Center for Disease Control and ate mushrooms. whether it triggers cardiac Prevention believes it has arrests. pinpointed the cause: an The investigators zeroed in on innocuous-looking small mushrooms because the deaths Researchers have mushroom known as Little were closely aligned with the hypothesized that there is a White. (Ed. Note: a species of harvesting season. More than second agent. Many of the Trogia) 90 percent of the deaths victims showed high levels of occurred in July or August. By barium, a heavy metal in the The search for the culprit began the end of 2005, investigators soil that seeps into mushrooms. in 2005 and took investigators began issuing warnings to to remote villages spread over some villages to avoid eating "There is a lot of work left to the rural highlands of Yunnan unfamiliar mushrooms. do," Fontaine said. "We really province, said Robert Fontaine, need additional lab an epidemiologist with the U.S. That was a difficult order to investigations. ' Centers for Disease Control follow. Yunnan province is and Prevention. legendary for its wide variety of Problems with poisonous wild mushrooms, many of which mushrooms are common There was "this very obvious are exported at high prices. throughout Asia, said Diderik clustering of deaths in villages (Marie and I toured Yunnan De Vleeschauwer, a in very short periods of time in province in 1996 and spokesman for the U.N. Food the summer," said Fontaine, mycologists at Kunming Univ. and Agriculture Organization who helped in the investigation. were quite proud of their edible regional office in Thailand. "It appears that there was fungi, especially Thelophora something a little different going yunnanensis.) Entire families go out to hunt for them during the "Normally we expect people to on." have knowledge of what they summer months. can and can't eat. One would Local health officials had noted think there is indigenous the deaths for years. In 2004, By 2008, investigators had knowledge available about what they appealed to Beijing for discovered a relatively unknown they can forage," he said. "But assistance. The government mushroom in a number of these are accidents that can gave the task to the China Field homes where people had died. happen." Epidemiology Training The mushroom is not usually Program, a unit of medical sold in the markets, because it's too small. Reprinted with permission of investigators at China's CDC the Associated Press, 2010. 8 The Mushroom Log David Miller 352 West College St. Articles for the next newsletter Oberlin, OH 44074 Deadline –Nov. 22 David.H.Miller@oberlin.ed Calendar of Events OMS Events Sat. Sept. 11 Annual Gary Email Jerry at email@example.com to Lincoff Mushroom Madness. receive notification of impromptu events. Check your most recent Guest speakers include Gary issue of the Mushroom Log for Lincoff, Tom Volk, and our own event updates and for more Walt Sturgeon. See their detailed information. Please plan website to join us. All mini-and morel http://www.wpamushroom.org/ forays are subject to cancellation. for details Call first to confirm. Please bring a whistle and compass and an RSVP Fri. Sept. 17-Sun. Sept.19, to the host is mandatory so they 2010 have cancellation flexibility. th 57 annual Charles Horton Peck NY State Mushroom Foray. Date tbd. Mini-foray at Camp detailed notice on Page 7 of the Watson Homestead, Painted Frederick in Columbiana May/June Log. Call Dick Post, NY. For details, see their County. Sharon Greenberg. Grimm (740) 694-0782, and if web site at he‟s available and there are http://www.plantpath.cornell.edu Date tbd. Hopewell Culture mushrooms in the woods, he /CUPpages/Peck.html/ National Historical Park at will go. Chilicothe. Shirley McClelland Oct. 8-10 NAMA Endorsed (740) 536-7448. Weekend Foray at Camp Oct. 8-10. Fall Foray. Sequanota, near Jennerstown Habitat and Seasonality, the PA , in conjunction with Sept. 18 (Sat.) Mini-foray at Where, When, and Why of Washington DC Mushroom Knox Lake, near Fredericton. Mushroom Fruiting. Club.. See the PA website at Dick Grimm (740) 694-0782. Penitentiary Glen Nature http://www.wpamushroom.org for details and registration Center. See pages 1 and 2 of Sat. Sept. 25. Mini-foray at forms. the July/Aug. 2010 Log for Dawes Arboretum. Meet on the details. Also p.1 of this Log. deck outside the Visitor Center National & More at 9:00 am. Depart at 9:30 am. Sat. Nov. 13. Annual Dick RSVP in advance to Dick Doyle Grimm Banquet. New location rd (740) 587-0019. Sept. 23-26. 33 Annual this year at the Oberlin Inn in NEMF Sam Ristich Foray. Oberlin, OH. See details on Kerhonkson, NY. See their Page 1 of this Log. website for details: An open invitation to anyone http://www.nemf.org/file who wants to mushroom hunt in Ohio & Regional Fredericktown area. See 9 The Mushroom Log Membership Application for the Ohio Mushroom Society NAME ADDRESS CITY STATE ZIP TELEPHONE FAX EMAIL ADDRESS Enclosed please find check or money order (check one): ____ $15.00 annual family membership (newsletter via email and website only) ____ $20.00 annual family membership (newsletter via paper, email, and website) ____ $150.00 life membership (newsletter via paper, email, and website) My interests are: Mushroom Eating/Cookery Photography Nature Study Mushroom ID Cultivation Other (specify) Would you like to be an OMS volunteer? In what way? How did you hear about our group?_________________________________________________ SIGNATURE May OMS provide your name to other mushroom related businesses? Yes _____________ No Return form and check or money order to: Ohio Mushroom Society,c/o Jerry Pepera, 8915 Knotty Pine Ln.,Chardon, OH 44024 th 14 Annual Dick Grimm Banquet Sat. November 13, 2010 The Oberlin Inn NAME___________________________________________________________________________ ADDRESS________________________________________________________________________ CITY______________________________ STATE____________ ZIP_______________________ TELEPHONE__________________________ EMAIL ADDRESS______________________ Number of reservations: ______________ Preferred entrèe_____________________________________ th Return form by mail or email by Nov. 5 to OMS c/o Dave Miller, 352 W. College St., Oberlin, OH 44074 or David.H.Miller@oberlin.edu Payment can be made at the Oberlin Inn using cash or credit card. 10 The Mushroom Log 2010 Ohio Mushroom Society Volunteers Chairman Newsletter Editor Program Planners Hospitality Co-chair Walt Sturgeon Dave Miller Walt Sturgeon Sharon Greenberg (330) 426-9833 (440) 774-8143 (330) 426-9833 (330) 457-2345 firstname.lastname@example.org David.H.Miller@oberlin.edu email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org. ne Treasurer/Membership/ All-round Special Person Pete & Pauline Munk Circulation (440) 236-9222 New Board Members: Dick Grimm email@example.com Jerry Pepera (740) 694-0782 Shirley McClelland (440) 279-0611 firstname.lastname@example.org Lake MetroParks Liaison (740) 536-7448 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Cleveland Metroparks Pat Morse m Jack-of-All-Trades Liason (440) 256-2106 email@example.com Andrea Moore Dick Doyle Debra Shankland om (740) 969-8049 (740) 587-0019 (440) 526-1012 Chickenmom64@yahoo.co firstname.lastname@example.org dks@clevelandmetroparks. m com Corresponding Sec’y Joe Christian (419) 757-4493 email@example.com 11 The Mushroom Log Ohio Mushroom Society The Mushroom Log Circulation and Membership Jerry Pepera, 8915 Knotty Pine Lane Chardon, OH 44024 Editor Dave Miller 352 W. 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