Thursday, September 27, 2018

John Cilio- The Lafayette Escadrille- America's Volunteers and Wallingford's WWI Flying Ace- Gervais Raoul Lufbery- Sept 26th, 2018

John Cilio gave an interesting and informative presentation at the Veterans Group on Wednesday, Sept. 26th. 

Above-Author and speaker, John Cilio speaking to veterans, Bob Russell (left) and Lou Hardy (right).





 
Above-Author and speaker, John Cilio speaking to Vietnam veteran, Bob Russell



                                               Above- WWII Veteran, Rudy Pohlman

Below books by author, John Cilio - if you are interested in purchasing any of the titles below, John can be reached directly at Johnvintageflyer@gmail.com where the books can be purchased at presentation cost of about 1/3 off the pric The Aviation books are $20 direct and Women's Work in WWII is $25 including shipping. They are also available on Amazon.   









Monday, June 18, 2018

Caught up with posts for the programs for the year!

Caught up for 2018

I have caught up with posts for each of the programs for the year- and am very much looking forward to C.D. Peterson's talk on the home front- specifically his home front farm on June 27th, 2018.  The paper copies of the newsletter went out today - and I hope to get the online copy out today or tomorrow! Here are some various pictures from the group:

                                          April 2016

                                                   July 2017
May 2018







Mark Albertson- "The Essences of D-Day" May 30th 2 p.m. 2018




Walter Hagedorn- 2 p.m. April 25th, 2018

Mr. Hagedorn provided an interesting view of his experiences, and answered many questions.


The Great Emerson Art Heist- March 28th at 2 p.m. 2018

We had a great program as Kendall Svengalis showed slides and told of the story line of his new book described below!

Shot From The Sky-American POWs in Switzerland-February 28th at 2 p.m.

 We had a good fundraiser selling copies of Cathryn's book. An evaluation was taken of the program and the group found it informative concerning this little known chapter in WWII history. 

Toni Criscuolo- January 31st, 2018 at 2 p.m.