The first Thursday of July is sneaking up on us for our monthly meeting. The first Thursday is on the 1st this month, which is this week. We have several new members, and have participated in two significant events this month – so we really need to keep the ball rolling. The path to a successful re-birth of this club is to engage the membership, and Field Day certainly engages folks. We had a great time not only making Continue reading
- Our monthly membership meetings are usually held at the club station on the first Thursday of each month : 4 pm socializing, 4:30 pm business. Building 4622.
- We also usually have our Work-Play sessions on the third Wednesday of each month at the club, 4:30 pm. Building 4622.
Click to see where the club is located: Bldg. 4622 - Map location
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