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Jerry has posted his thoughts.
Click here to read the whole report. Excerpt: preparations for the April fly-in

Posted by: President on Mar 08, 2010 - 01:04 AM  

Paul Verger put together a great write up and sent it to Tony Stillman that showed up in March's Model Aviation magazine. Take a look for yourself, it is on page 148. It was about our Fly-in in November. There are 6 pictures that Nathan helped obtain of a lot of our core members, even one of Jerry G and Bobby M flying a helicopter (just kidding).

Thanks for putting the article together Paul, it was nice. Also thanks to Jerry G for pointing it out to me.

David Latil

Posted by: Admin on Feb 28, 2010 - 01:18 PM  

Click here to see the photos from a work day we had...
Work Day Photos

Posted by: President on Feb 24, 2010 - 03:03 AM  

I went ahead and made a Facebook page for our club. Search for "Mississippi Coast RC Club" in facebook and you can become a fan and see what is going on with the club. The stories on the front page of this site are automatically published to the Facebook wall.

Posted by: Admin on Jan 18, 2010 - 04:06 PM  

This was emailed to Charles Cox, an email from Norm's Sister:

Hey everyone,

As many of you know, my eldest brother, Norman , passed away on November 18th. His cremains are now in New Jersey and I will be flying up there on Saturday the 9th to prepare for his memorial service on Monday the 11th. We, his family, have planned to have a viewing at the Thiele-Reid Funeral home (same as with my Mom's) in Kearny from 7 until 9PM with a Masonic Funeral Service at around 7:30. There will be an Honor Guard present and after the Masonic service, there will be the flag ceremony. He will be interred next to our mother and father on Tuesday, in a private family service, conducted by our brother Richard. It is his wish that in lieu of any flowers that contributions be made to the Shriner's Burn Hospital in Boston , MA . There will be an obituary in the Newark Star-Ledger with the full obituary on line with the on line guest book provided by Thiele-Reid.

Norm meant alot to many people and I just wanted to let you all know of his final arrangements...he will be greatly missed.

Thanks for your prayers and concerns during this difficult time for our family.

Love, Linda

Posted by: Admin on Jan 09, 2010 - 03:25 PM  

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