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Hello to all,

I want to wish all a happy thanksgiving and a happy 13th Birthday to my daughter Danielle who was born on

November 17,1999.

Captain Brad Barker

 

 

     

 


 

 

Adm. Anthony Scott, Chief of Financial Records

  Click Here for the financial report


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ADM Gary Barclay Chief of Public Affairs Starfleet Command Q1

Greetings and felicitations

November is the 11th month of the year in the Julian and Gregorian Calendars and one of four months with the length of 30 days. November was the ninth month of the ancient Roman calendar. November retained its name (from the Latin novem meaning "nine") when January and February were added to the Roman calendar.

Star Trek conventions:

November 2-4 Central Canada Comic Con Winnipeg Convention Centre in Winnipeg, Manitoba
Sir Patrick Stewart and Walter Koenig

November 3-4 Rhode Island Comic Con Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence, Rhode Island
Robert Picardo, John de Lancie and Gary Graham

November 16-18 Creation Entertainment’s Official Star Trek Convention Westin St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco
George Takei, Walter Koenig, Jonathan Frakes, Brent Spiner, LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, Marina Sirtis, John de Lancie, Denise Crosby, Hallie Todd (Lal), Marc Alaimo, Jeffrey Combs, David Gerrold, Bobby Clark (The Gorn), and Michael Aron (Jack London in Time’s Arrow)

November 17-18 Boston Super Megafest 2012 Sheraton Framingham Hotel in Framingham, Massachusetts
Avery Brooks

November 30-Dec 2 New Orleans Comic Con Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans
Sir Patrick Stewart, Daniel Stewart, Brent Spiner, Jonathan Frakes, Gates McFadden, LeVar Burton, Michael Dorn, and Marina Sirtis

November 23-26 Starbase Indy Indianapolis Marriott East in Indianapolis, Indiana
Robert O'Reilly (Star Trek's Gowron)
JG Hertzler (Star Trek's Martok)
Nicole deBoer (Star Trek's Ezri Dax)
John Paladin (make-up artist)
Alexis Cruz (Skaara / Klorel)
Deborah Downey (Star Trek, Mavig)
Dr. David Wolf (NASA Astronaut)
Larry Nemecek (Star Trek Authority)
David Reddick (Sci-Fi Cartoonist)
Five Year Mission (Star Trek band)

Happenings in the Fleet:

Boo at the Zoo

Lt. Rose Compton


 

One of the major fund-raisers for our local zoo; Niabi, located in Coal Valley IL; is centered on Halloween. Several local businesses’ sponsor the event, with volunteers and donating candy to pass out to the trick or treating children who visit the zoo this particular weekend in costume. The proceeds from the weekend go to enriching the lives and living conditions of the animals residing there. These projects include a new elephant habitat, upgrading the wolf enclosure and up-dating the lion’s den.

This is the second year the USS Mighty Mississippi has been fortunate enough to participate. This is thanks to David Baker, the operations manager and our host KALA-FM radio, St. Ambrose University. We cooperate as well as ‘operate’ with several other Trek clubs in the area, some SFC and some SFI. We donate candy as well as volunteer our time, while we assist a community event. The truth is… WE just have a blast while we are there. WE HAVE FUN!!!

The days started out cold at 29 degrees, a nasty breeze and frost on the ground, but it warmed up to 50 by mid-afternoon. This year, Rose Compton and Les Pullman III worked the crowd on Saturday. Rose went dressed as a TNG Captain and Les dressed as Ernie from Sesame Street. Les was a big hit with the kids and most loved Ernie. He stole the show!! Sunday, Katie and Alex Haugen, dressed in Star Trek uniforms and braved the cold to treat the little ones. For Katie, Alex and Les, this was their first experience with ‘Boo at the Zoo’, and they report they all had FUN. Our candy totaled well over 8,000 pieces and we ran out!!! Gate totals this year, including adults hit well over 12,000 for the two day event.

Before the gates opened, we set up, shivered and stomped around in an effort to keep warm. Notice the frost on the grass in the picture. It was COLD!
Left to Right: Rose Compton (SFC-USS Mighty M.), Bill Van
Brunt (SFC-USS Lobo Moline) and Dan Hill (SFI-USS Riverside)

L to R: THE CAPTAINS
Bill Van Brunt (SFC-USS Lobo Moline)
James Olson (SFC-SB 03)
Aaron Clark (SFI-USS Riverside)
Rose Compton (SFC- USS Mighty M.)

FROM THE BRIDGE of the USS HALSEY NCC-2686-A

By VADM Mary Bischoff


 

Greetings and welcome to October! I apologize for the delay in getting this out this month but I was in and out of the hospital twice at the beginning of the month and things are just now settling down. There is nothing serious except I know now not to eat at a fast food restaurant that shall remain nameless as they added wheat to their hash browns, and that sent me to the ER in a nice case of anaphylactic shock. Then a few days later, I had an esophageal spasm that sent me back. It is just a LOT of fun.

The plane washing went well, Clans Walker and Bischoff getting cold and wet, but we recovered nicely with some lunch provided by the Museum. Since we are now a larger crew, it was requested that we might consider moving back to a larger plane or doing two planes. Please let me know your opinions on that and we’ll go from there!

In other ship news, Gloria Milhous is out of the hospital and is in rehab. She is doing much better and we hope she will be home soon.

LL&P!

VADM Mary

 

 

 

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