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|Discussion in 'All Categories' started by Stuart Strange - Sep 10th, 2016 8:30 pm.|
The September Gazette has been printed and 2016-2017 Membership Directories will be completed by this coming Tuesday. The first copies Of the September mailing will begin being sent out at the later part of this coming week. Cindy Rozek will be revealing a sneak peak of the Membership Directory cover tomorrow on the NFLCC Facebook page, and let me tell you it is fantastic.
If you're one of our more private members that joins the club after the Directory is printed, now is the time to join. I'm also happy to convey that next year the club will be offering the anonymous membership where members may select to join the club and remain anonymous and not have their name printed in in the Directory.
Also, please put the 2017 Nationals on your calendar and make plans to attend as we travel to the Land of Lincoln for the first time ever this coming July 20, 21, and 22. More information on the Nationals will be distributed as early as the December Gazette.
Lastly, just a quick thank you to our Board, Chairpersons, editors, and show hosts that put in countless hours behind the scenes, and to Joe Yates and those of you that promote and support the hobby and this great club on our 40th year in existence.