From: "Tupaczewski, Paul R (Paul)" paultup AT alcatel-lucent DOT com
Date: Mon, 5 Oct 2009 09:41:03 -0500
Subject: RE: (erielack) NEFF RPM 2009 - many thanks!
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Here are some photos I shot at the meet of the EL/Erie/DL&W-relevant stuff....
Let's see if I can remember the names of the modelers here - going by photo number:
8477: Jim Harr
8478: Jay Held
8479: Jay Held
8480: Jim Dalberg
8481: Jim Dalberg
8482: Rusty Recordon
8485: Wayne Sittner
8488: David Short
8489: David Short
8492: Bob Bahrs
8493: Bob Bahrs
8494: Jim Dalberg
8501: Rusty Recordon
8504: John Koenig
8511: Rusty Recordon
8513: Rusty Recordon
8518: Wayne Sittner
8519: David Short
8529: David Short
Thanks to Jim and Ralph for planning this great event!
> -----Original Message-----
> From: James Harr [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Sunday, October 04, 2009 11:10 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: (erielack) NEFF RPM 2009 - many thanks!
> Greetings all, and I again beg your indulgence as I post this
> to several lists;
> I would like to send out a heartfelt thank you to all who
> attended yesterday's Northeastern Fallen Flags RPM Meet. The
> crowd of about 70 attendees had a fantastic time, and enjoyed
> some informative and interesting presentations on many
> different topics. A fantastic lunch was enjoyed, courtesy of
> Michael's Pizza on Main Street in High Bridge; I don't think
> anyone left hungry. If you are ever in the area, or live near
> here, stop in and see Michael - he is a great guy and a
> fantastic chef.
> To our presenters, including Jerry Dziedzic, Dave Goessling,
> Jay Held, John Koenig, Dave Ramos and Sam Reynolds, thank you
> for your excellent presentations and for putting up with the
> occasional "nudge" to help keep things on track. You are the
> very best and the information you shared is top-notch and
> will certainly keep this modeler engaged for a long while.
> All of our vendors, including BEST Trains, Bethlehem Car
> Works, Shortline Products, and Speedwitch Media (plus some
> funky little outfit with a dog for a logo/mascot :); as well
> as several attendees including Bill Schaumburg/Railroad Model
> Craftsman, Paul Tupaczewski/Prime Mover Decals, Rusty
> Recordon, and Bob Bahrs dug deep to provide door prizes, so
> that everyone was able to take home more than a full belly and mind.
> We had a great model display as well, and our sincere
> gratitude goes out to all who supported this most important
> aspect of the meet. I know it can be stressful to carry
> and/or move such delicate work, but it makes for a
> well-rounded experience to see such great work; thanks again
> to all who displayed.
> Many, many photos were taken by many different folks, so if
> you would be so kind, let me know if you can share some of
> them; I will post the photos I took as soon as I unload them,
> tomorrow probably, and will post links at that time, for all
> to see. In the meantime, here is a quick link to a posting by
> Dave Hunt on the railroad-line forum with a few photos to
> whet your appetite:
> Thanks for the link, Dave.
> In closing, I would like to acknowledge my co-chairman, Ralph
> Heiss, his partner Kathy McMahon, and my wife Lorine for all
> of their stupendous effort and assistance in making yesterday
> a great one for the history books. To anyone who I have
> failed to mention, I beg your forgiveness. Thank you all!
> Jim Harr
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