THESE ARE OUR MONTHLY MEETING INVITES
YES! We meet - faithfully - each and every month
even through the agenda or minutes may be missing below!
Feb 18 - Emailed Meeting Invite from Jeff Bushman:
Today is February 18 and the next meeting of the Mesa Stamp Club will be this coming Wednesday starting at 7:00 P.M.
Even though the weather has turned more comfortably warm since our last meeting, the a/c in our meeting room tends to work very well, so you might still want to bring a jacket for yourself. Actually I was thinking of gloves and ear muffs. I'd even consider a mukluk if I knew what one was or I knew how to spell it.
Beyond that, today (Sunday) ended the stamp show that the club sponsored and ran this weekend. If you didn't get a chance to come by, it was really amazing and Tom R. and the other people who worked on getting it done, did an incredibly great job.
So you'll get to hear more about it at the meeting, among other things, and feel free to show and tell, which is the program Tom Smith announced for this meeting at the last one (I'm just demonstrating that I still have a small semblance of a memory left).
Hope to see you there.
Feb 12 - Emailed Meeting Invite from Jeff Bushman:
Greetings and Salutations (or maybe the other way around). The February meeting of the Mesa Stamp Club will be on February 21 (the second of the year if you're keeping track and don't know which month of the year February is) at Alma Meadows Mobile Home Park in the meeting room, and the official start time is 7:00 P.M.
By then the 2024 edition of the stamp show that the club is sponsoring and running will be history and we'll have the opportunity to hear how great a success it was. I hope I'll have seen you all there.
Also at that meeting, the program will either be Don't Ask, Don't Tell or Show and Tell (as I age, the memory begins to fade). So don't take a chance. Bring some stamps and Show them and Tell about them.
For those of you who are curious about such things, our email list now equals 40 people for these meeting notices which is about double what it was. For all the people who think stamp collecting is a dying hobby, there's some evidence to the contrary.
Further I sayeth not.
Jan 17 - Emailed Meeting Invite from Jeff Bushman:
Top o' the day to y'all.
The next meeting - the first of 2024 - of the Mesa Stamp Club will occur on January 17 at the Alma Meadows Mobile Home Park. That, as always, will be a Wednesday.
A respectful suggestion: wear a coat and a hat. Outside my home this morning it was 36 degrees, and lest anyone reading this think I'm reporting that in Celsius, it's not. I've been communicating with someone in Thailand over the last year and I have to keep converting temperatures and time zones. Actually 36 C would be around 83 degrees F. Greatly preferable in my book.
Anyway, see you there if no one in my family breaks any bones.
(Obtaining copies to place here)
Nov 16 - John will talk about the history of swans on souvenir sheets
Feb 16 - (TBD) - presented by Ted
Jan 14 - Caribou and Codfish - The Stamps of Newfoundland - presented by Ted
Dec 15 - Our Annual Christmas Party Pot Luck - no meeting, just meeting and greeting our philatelic friends and acquaintances!
Jul 21 - WELCOME BACK - First meeting
Jan - Dec COVID
Mar 20 - TBA (and our 46th year Anniversary!!!)
Feb 20 - TBA
Jan 16 - General Discussion of members interests and on the APS show coming to town.
Mar 21 - (Potential live presentation of our very successful web site) and/or TBD
Feb 21 - Updating Treasurer's Records and presentation on Airmail Covers
Jan 17 - General Discussion on ARIPEX and coming year.
Apr 19 - John Clundt will speak to the members and friends.
Mar 15 - Mr. Kevin Lesk will take the floor to update us on this year's ARIPEX convention held in Mesa this past month.
Jan 20 - Dr. Steve Adler will present a program about Collecting Covers.
Dec 16 - This is our annual Holiday party - we'll see everyone there!
Nov 18 - Benefit Auction !! Bring your auctions to benefit the club.
Oct 21 - Bill will be giving us a Current (2015) Update of Stamp Collecting in Europe and South America.