[NRVR-Members] A meeting with Ivan Galysh Friday 6:00 at VBI
bob.schoner at gmail.com
Fri Feb 20 09:31:28 CST 2015
I just received notice that Ivan Galysh will not be able to make it to
Blacksburg for the meeting tonight. It is likely that the KTU events for
tomorrow will be cancelled too.
The makeup build session will be March 21 and the launch date will be April
11. I rescheduled our March launch to March 21 because March 28 conflicts
with the big Battle of the rockets launch in Culpeper that same weekend. I
think Kristy has enough volunteers to help with the build, but need to look
at rescheduling our March launch or not having a booth at KTU on 3/21.
Thanks all for your offers to help. I will keep you posted on any changes
and send reminders as we get closer.
On Thu, Feb 19, 2015 at 2:36 PM, Bob Schoner <bob.schoner at gmail.com> wrote:
> I originally missed the purpose of this meeting and want to open it up to
> anyone who may be interested. Kristy Collins has arranged a meeting with
> Ivan Galysh and the VT Rocketry Club, Rascal team and NRVR. The meeting is
> at VBI on the VT campus at 6:00 on Friday 2/20. After 5:00 there are no
> parking passes needed to park at VBI.
> Ivan Galysh has been involved on rocketry as a hobbyist and professionally
> at the U.S. Naval Research Laboratory. He started the Battle of the
> Rockets and was recently honored by NAR for his educational work with
> students and rocketry. More information on Ivan can be found here:
> The Meeting is an opportunity for the different rocket related groups to
> talk about what they do and socialize with each other. I think we may also
> talk a little about the upcoming Kids Tech University rocket build
> scheduled for Saturday - but may be postponed due to weather - and the
> launch of the KTU rockets on March 21. The meeting is open to all NRVR
> members, but there will be some refreshments provided so please let me know
> if you are interested in coming.
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