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NASA ALUMNI LEAGUE (NAL) HOLIDAY PARTY DECEMBER 19th AT THE KSC VISITOR COMPLEX.
The December NAL meeting and luncheon is our annual holiday party, and this year we’ll be at the KSC Visitor Complex (Debus Conference Center), at 11:00 am on Tuesday, December 19. There is no program, just a buffet luncheon prepared by the Delaware North chefs, entertainment and fellowship, featuring our own Sam Haddad for music and fun.
There will be door prizes and social activities for our members and spouses, but space is limited, so early registration is advised and will be limited to parties of four and please, adults only. Online registration begins on December 1st.
Deadline for reservations for the December meeting is noon on December 17, but we expect the early opportunity for registration may mean that all will be taken by then. CLICK HERE to register NOW!
Reservations may also be made by responding to Bev Merrilees at: email@example.com or phone 321-452-5426. Confirmed reservations may also be paid for at the door.
You will need your new badge or a parking pass to gain access. If you don’t have a membership badge, ask about one at the registration table for use on your next visit.
Please CLICK HERE for a Parking Pass, and plan to arrive between 11:00 and 11:20. Park in Lot #4, reserved for our Alumni League members and their guests. A shuttle bus will take you directly to the Debus Center.
Wishing you all the best for this holiday season!
CLICK HERE to check out the December issue of Spaceport Magazine.
Spaceport Magazine has you covered!
In the December 2017 issue:
- JPSS-1 to provide more accurate environmental forecasts
- First Space Launch System rocket hardware turned over to Grounds Systems at KSC
- Crew Access Arm for Space Launch System arrives at KSC
- How does your space garden grow?
- Free flight completes crucial milestone for Dream Chaser
- Innovation Expo focuses on future technologies
- NASA Night gives Dreamflight kids opportunity of a lifetime
- NASA retirees launch new project reaching out to local students
- Prescribed Burn Working Group wins 2017 Pulaski Award
- Annual Business Opportunities Expo provides guidance, advice
Check out the December issue of Spaceport Magazine on the ISSUU digital newsstand or click the cover photo. View past issues at the ISSUU digital newsstand here.
To download or view the accessible PDF version or view past PDF issues of the magazine, go to https://go.nasa.gov/2ANqLCQ.
POC: Linda Herridge
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