Central Catholic Science Fiction Society

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Central Catholic Science Fiction Society began in 1977, when Jim Mann was a science teacher at Central Catholic High School in Pittsburgh, PA, and started this science fiction club. It lasted until 1979, when Jim left Central Catholic. Several members, including Mann, Kevin Riley and John Schmid, went on to be active in PARSEC.

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There was an informal "reunion" of the CCSFS in the spring of 1983 at the home of Kevin Riley's parents outside of Pittsburgh. Former members Jim Mann, Kevin Riley, Matt Urich and Greg Twyman were there. Non-members Paul Bucciarelli, Laurie Mann and Leslie Mann also attended.

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