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Meeting minutes July 1, 2018

Minutes of meeting 07/01/18 San Carlos, CA

Attendees:  Al Kellogg, Ron Parshall, Liz Parshall, Linda Stoppoloni, Ron Jacobs, Gordon Lunn and Judy Kellogg.

Meeting was called to order at 10:59 a.m.

Secretary read minutes of 4/22/18 meeting and they were accepted.

Treasurer’s report:  As of 06/29/18 we have $10386.85 in the bank.  Treasurer’s report was accepted.

New Business:

Al Kellogg and Al Blank have agreed on missile wash with volunteers and they will be given lunch.  A date will be set.  They are also discussing the blueprints of the dog yard.

Alaska missile from SF88.  Since this missile belongs to the Army, Site Summit in Alaska will have to request permission from the Army.  Gordon Lunn will let them know. Transfer of the Alaska missile from SF-88 is being held up by the Army. Gordon will let Site Summit know and will contact Susan Haley of GGNRA about contacting the Army to move this along.

Al Blank is the new official Volunteer Coordinator in Marin Headlands.

We are still looking into selling T-shirts through NHS store.  Al Kellogg is looking into pricing and inventory questions and also contacting Moose Creek, Alaska to see if they have an interest in buying hats and/or T-shirts for sale.

The NHS picnic is confirmed for September 1, 2018 at SF88.  Ron Jacobs will email an invitation to the membership listing requesting RSVP so that we will have an idea of how many people may attend. A separate memo will be sent to Al Blank so that he can invite the Nike staff and Nike volunteers to attend. 

Webmaster Ron Jacobs has downloaded picnic information onto our website. He will also be downloading LA 29 photos to our website.

Gordon Lunn visited the Everglades National Park with Andrea Steves and Francois.  He showed us some pictures of the site.  He will keep us up-to-date on their progress with their proposal for a new grant.

Camp SLO Missile.  According to the Curator of the Citizen Soldier Museum, Dan Sebby, the missile will be renovated by the 1106th Theater Aviation Maintenance Support Group in Fresno and displayed at the  new California Military Dept/Joint Forces Headquarters in Sacramento when completed in 2020.

Regarding the renovation of ARADCOM Commanders Trophy.  On behalf of the NHS, Gordon Lunn submitted a proposal to the Curator of the Citizen Soldier Museum, Dan Sebby, to restore the trophy.  He has forwarded our proposal up the chain of command.

Gordon Lunn has update on Robert Slate regarding the LOPAR he was trying to give away.  Gordon forwarded his email with pictures to Ted Swanson in Florida.

Next meeting will be in So. San Francisco on October 7, 2018

Meeting adjourned at 12:37 pm.  

Next meeting will be on July 1st, 2018 at 11 a.m. in San Carlos.

Meeting adjourned 12:35 p.m.