Old BusinessThe subject of a club pin was brought to the floor. This is still open as Tom Clark has not had a chance to research the matter.
Trophies for the 2018 chapter show and contest was discussed. The alternate vendor that was mentioned by Skip has not been researched. This did not seem to be a pressing issue as we still have the vendor we used in 2017 available and short turn-around time would not be a problem. There was mention regarding the design and material for 'Best of Show' trophies.
The chapter did not participate in Hamacom this year as we were not contacted by that event.
New BusinessThe matter of preparations for the 25 August show and contest was discussed. Basically an inventory of supplies for the show will be conducted replenished as required. The usual SOP is in place, set-up will be Friday, 24 August beginning at 1: P.M. at the JC Building. A recent E-mail indicated that we had 55 tables sold. The question of the insurance certificate from the national IPMS was broached, but that should arrive shortly before the show date.
The subject of support for the IPMS chapter in Porto Rico brought up. There appeared to be some question as to whether we did opt to send a donation.
The July build night will be 16 July. 6:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. at The Deep Comic Book and Game store.
Show & TellTom Clark - 1/48th scale Tamiya British 7 ton armored car, with brass details and solder wire for the lights; and one lesson - always research the subject before you start to cut parts off. 1/24th scale Fujimi garage tool set w/ walls and windows - bonanza of parts.
Andy Brezinski - 1/24th scale 1972 Chevy Cheyenne pick-up truck, slow going, just the engine completed so far.
Jerry Slaughter - 1/48th scale Academy F4U-1D Corsair. Replica of the aircraft that 'Pappy' Boyington' was photographed in. He never actually flew this particular aircraft according to various articles.
Charles Segab - 1/35th scale Dragon Panzer IIC., built out of box. Started while deployed to Afghanistan in 2009 - finished 2018 - about time.
Barb Denza - 1/25th scale Revell 1949 Mercury Station Wagon. Status is work in progress - Lots of aftermarket parts.
Ken Denza - 1/25th scale Revell 1941 Willys. Tamiya black paint. Added fuel line, wired alternator, ,wired battery, seat belts, and fabricated oil line from oil pan to oil filter. Also micro nitro aluminum wheels, aluminum drive shaft, and aluminum steering column. 1/25th scale 1939 Ford Tudor sedan. Tamiya Racing Blue paint. Added fuel line, traction bars, and wired alternator and electric fan. Chassis is from Ford Courier pick-up truck. Polished aluminum drive shaft.