Saturday, November 11th 4:00-10:30 p.m
Anita Gale Residence
18506 Upper Bay Road
Nassau Bay, Texas
Anita Gale is hosting our Chapter’s November “Movie Night” in her home at 18506 Upper Bay Road in Nassau Bay, across NASA 1 and down the road just a few blocks from the Space Center on Saturday, November the 11th from 4:00 through 10:30 p.m. This year’s get-together will be a Double Feature of two space classics from the best of Hollywood!
We’ll begin at 4:00 p.m. with a viewing of the 1950 George Pal classic, Destination Moon. There we’ll see Hollywood’s first serious attempt to envision an actual journey to the Moon. After that film we’ll have a bit of a dinner break with sandwich fixings and chips, then we’ll return to Anita’s TV room to see how we really did go to the Moon with Ron Howard’s masterpiece, Apollo 13.
We’ll have the popcorn machine going throughout; Anita will have her legendary spread of adult and soft beverages; and you’re all invited to bring along your leftover Halloween candy!
We would appreciate an RSVP email to email@example.com so that we know how many to plan for. No charge for the event, but voluntary contributions towards the refreshments will be accepted with our thanks. Children are welcome with appropriate adult supervision.
The annual business meeting and election of officers for the Clear Lake Area National Space Society & Moon Society chapter will be on Monday, October 16th in the conference room of the Bay Area Community Center in Clear Lake Park. Doors open at 6:30; meeting begins at 7:00 p.m. Light refreshments, sodas and bottled water will be available. The address is 5002 NASA Road 1; Seabrook, Texas. The Community Center is north of NASA 1, away from the lake; enter through the side door adjacent to the parking lot as the main entrance may be locked after 5:00 p.m.
Election of Chapter Officers:
The annual election of Chapter officers and directors will be held at this meeting. Positions up for election are:
- Chapter President – Currently held by Eric Bowen.
- Chapter Vice-President – Currently held by Doug Hall.
- Chapter Treasurer – Currently held by Jay Lewchanin.
- Chapter Secretary – Currently vacant.
- Director, Position 1 – Currently held by Marianne Dyson.
- Director, Position 2 – Currently vacant.
- Director, Position 3 – Currently held by Larry Friesen.
To be eligible for all officer positions and Director, Position 1 a candidate must be, or must be willing to become, an active member in BOTH the National Space Society and The Moon Society. A candidate for Director, Position 2 must be an active member of the National Space Society. A candidate for Director, Position 3 must be an active member of The Moon Society.
Nominations opened at our August meeting and the current slate of officers was re-nominated. No nominations were received by email before the cutoff date of Friday, October 6th. Nominations will reopen from the floor before the election is held. The new officers will take their positions as of January 1st. (Positions currently vacant will be filled immediately upon election.)
The next regular meeting of the Clear Lake Area National Space Society & Moon Society Chapter will be in the conference room of the Bay Area Community Center on Monday evening, April 17th, 2017. Doors open 6:30; meeting begins at 7:00. As usual, we will have light snacks and refreshments available. Hope to see you there!
The Bay Area Community Center is located in Clear Lake Park at 5002 NASA Road 1 in Seabrook, just down the road from the Johnson Space Center. The building is north of NASA 1; enter through the side door at the parking lot to access the conference room as the main entrance may be locked after 5:00 p.m.
This April the 12th is the 56th anniversary of the pioneering orbital flight of Yuri Gagarin and the 36th anniversary of the first flight of America’s first Space Shuttle. Join the members of the Clear Lake Area National Space Society and Moon Society Chapter as we celebrate these milestones at Anita’s place in Nassau Bay near the Space Center. Snacks, refreshments, adult beverages, and good conversation!
Send an RSVP email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll reply with the full address and detailed directions to Anita’s home. Even if you’ve been there many times before, please do drop us a line so we have a good idea of whom to expect. We hope to see you there!
UPDATE 2017-04-08: Anita has given us permission to put her address on the website, so we can say that the party is at 18506 Upper Bay Road in Nassau Bay, Texas. It’s across NASA 1 from the Space Center and down the street a few blocks. Upper Bay Road is the next major intersection (stop light) east of the Saturn Lane main entrance to the Space Center on NASA 1. RSVP emails to the above address are still appreciated, but we hope to see you there!