You're welcome. It's courtesy of a manager here at work (who finally took my
advice and stopped forwarding 5MB of photos to dozens of people and who now just
link to a website).
-Fred Shecter NAR 20117
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"John Stein" <john firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
John runs the best club website on the net. He's constantly updating and
there's tons of corresponding links to most things pertaining to rockets,
NASA, etc. Truly a great site. I wish I had his expertise with computers.
I wish I could take the credit. Greg Lane handles almost all the work on
the site. From the first-timers simple page (mine) to Greg's very
informative site. He finds (and uses) some great plug-ins. Amazing. Every
time I look through the site I find something new. I paid for the first two
years of web hosting and for the URL. Now the club has enough members to
take up a collection and pay for it. We just added two new members from the
Want to see a great video of a Cluster R four-inch Jayhawk? Take a look at:
and look at the last video on page one. It's mine flying on an Aerotech
G75-6. Video from club member Marty Wiggins. There is also a video of
Paula Smith earning Level two.
And of course we have some great additions....like that fantastic article on
converting Estes Saturn V's that someone sent us :-)
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