CCAC Holiday Banquet December 7, 2017

Circle City Aquarium Club’s

Holiday Banquet

Thursday December 7, 2017

6:30 p.m.

Golden Corral Greenwood

160 S. Marlin Dr. Greenwood, In 46142

Awards, Losers Raffle, and Fish/Plant Gift Exchange

Their will be a brown bag exchange. Bring any bag of fish or plants. Similar to a white elephant gift exchange.

RSVP (317) 548-2582 or
Please RSVP by November 30, 2017

Members must be in good standing




CCAC November 2nd 2017 MEETING – Ted Judy “? Talk”

November 2nd 2017 Ted Judy – Bio

Ted Judy – “? Talk”

Ted Judy is an addicted aquarist with over 30 years of fish keeping and breeding experience. He is a generalist who enjoys all types of fish from anabantids to tetras, but always finds plenty of room in his fish room for fish from West Africa (especially the dwarf cichlids). Ted’s club affiliations are the American Cichlid Association, the Madison Area Aquatic Hobbyists and the Milwaukee Aquarium Society. Ted is a former high school science teacher who now dabbles as a fish importer, retailer and wholesale distributor. He is a prolific speaker, proficient writer, and wants to be a better photographer. See more of Ted’s hobby by visiting his video blog at

CCAC October 5th 2017 MEETING – Robert (Bob) Williams “Rocks”

October 5th 2017 Robert (Bob) Williams- Bio

Robert Williams has been a Circle City Aquarium Club member for quite some time now. He has been in the hobby since the age of 12. Like most people, Robert’s first tank was a 10 gallon that quickly became 5. At one time, Robert maintained 60 aquariums ranging from 10 gallons up to 150 gallons in his basement. He’s had aquariums in every room of his house. Some aquariums were designated for a different hobby, keeping and preserving multiple species of poisonous dart frogs.  Robert’s first presentation to the club was over the dart frogs. During his absence from the aquarium hobby, he earned two degrees in Geology and Geochemistry. Robert is a certified gemologist and silversmith. He has been collecting rockets and minerals for most of his life.