Issue #89, 10-Q2 - - to USPS Fri 9-10-10

Issue #89, 10-Q2 - - to USPS Fri 9-10-10

Joined: January 21st, 2004, 3:15 pm

September 10th, 2010, 3:05 pm #1

BIG issue with BIG articles.

44 pages of Completer stories, World highpoints, and the start of a new column re Memorabilia.

If you are not a Club member, please contact Craig immediately - you do not want to miss the article about early pioneers in the hobby of highpointing.

Also with this issue is the annual Directory - vastly updated with completers, awards, roster, outfitters, and HPing records.

Enjoy the issue and see you in Mississippi!

- John Drew "JD" Mitchler
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Joined: January 21st, 2004, 3:15 pm

September 10th, 2010, 3:09 pm #2

Delivery of the newsletter has always taken a long time, and this year has been unusually delayed. A ream of paper would be needed to list all the excuses for this.

The solution was to meet face to face with the USPS and iron out the problems, which we did. So you may notice a few cosmetic changes in the newlsetter. But you should also notice 10 day to 14 day delivery.

So let the countdown begin. This issue will be in the USPS hands today, Friday 9-10-10.
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Joined: January 21st, 2004, 3:15 pm

September 10th, 2010, 3:14 pm #3

BIG issue with BIG articles.

44 pages of Completer stories, World highpoints, and the start of a new column re Memorabilia.

If you are not a Club member, please contact Craig immediately - you do not want to miss the article about early pioneers in the hobby of highpointing.

Also with this issue is the annual Directory - vastly updated with completers, awards, roster, outfitters, and HPing records.

Enjoy the issue and see you in Mississippi!

- John Drew "JD" Mitchler
Now that we've made some changes so that the newsletter will be delivered quicker, we need a way to systematically check delivery times. We'll do this with "seeds" around the country who report back to me the exact date they received their copy.

I would like at least 10 seeds all around America, rural to urban.

We already have volunteers in NH, Long Island, north of San Fran, and me in Golden.

Please email me at newsletter@highpointers.org to volunteer for about 2 years to report the date you recieve your copy. Although you'll be overwhelmed with the satisfaction of helping the Highpointers Club, we'll come up with some additional way to thank you.

So please help. It will only require 8 one-word emails during the next 2 years.

Thank you.
- John M
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Joined: January 2nd, 2003, 10:46 pm

September 22nd, 2010, 9:21 pm #4

BIG issue with BIG articles.

44 pages of Completer stories, World highpoints, and the start of a new column re Memorabilia.

If you are not a Club member, please contact Craig immediately - you do not want to miss the article about early pioneers in the hobby of highpointing.

Also with this issue is the annual Directory - vastly updated with completers, awards, roster, outfitters, and HPing records.

Enjoy the issue and see you in Mississippi!

- John Drew "JD" Mitchler
Issue #89, with accompanying directory, arrived safely at Rolla in south-central Missouri on Wednesday, 22 September 2010.
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Joined: September 6th, 2009, 2:22 pm

September 23rd, 2010, 3:56 pm #5

BIG issue with BIG articles.

44 pages of Completer stories, World highpoints, and the start of a new column re Memorabilia.

If you are not a Club member, please contact Craig immediately - you do not want to miss the article about early pioneers in the hobby of highpointing.

Also with this issue is the annual Directory - vastly updated with completers, awards, roster, outfitters, and HPing records.

Enjoy the issue and see you in Mississippi!

- John Drew "JD" Mitchler
We received our Apex to Zenith and Directory on September 16th in Salt Lake City, Utah. Great issue.
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Joined: August 2nd, 2001, 8:13 pm

September 23rd, 2010, 5:34 pm #6

BIG issue with BIG articles.

44 pages of Completer stories, World highpoints, and the start of a new column re Memorabilia.

If you are not a Club member, please contact Craig immediately - you do not want to miss the article about early pioneers in the hobby of highpointing.

Also with this issue is the annual Directory - vastly updated with completers, awards, roster, outfitters, and HPing records.

Enjoy the issue and see you in Mississippi!

- John Drew "JD" Mitchler
Newsletter arrived in St. Louis, MO on Monday 9/20.
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Joined: January 20th, 2004, 5:18 am

September 25th, 2010, 7:21 pm #7

BIG issue with BIG articles.

44 pages of Completer stories, World highpoints, and the start of a new column re Memorabilia.

If you are not a Club member, please contact Craig immediately - you do not want to miss the article about early pioneers in the hobby of highpointing.

Also with this issue is the annual Directory - vastly updated with completers, awards, roster, outfitters, and HPing records.

Enjoy the issue and see you in Mississippi!

- John Drew "JD" Mitchler
I'm more like a weed that you can't get rid of, but I got the 2nd Quarter newsletter today. Looks good as always. Good job addressing the delivery problems.
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Joined: January 23rd, 2004, 1:04 am

September 26th, 2010, 10:51 pm #8

BIG issue with BIG articles.

44 pages of Completer stories, World highpoints, and the start of a new column re Memorabilia.

If you are not a Club member, please contact Craig immediately - you do not want to miss the article about early pioneers in the hobby of highpointing.

Also with this issue is the annual Directory - vastly updated with completers, awards, roster, outfitters, and HPing records.

Enjoy the issue and see you in Mississippi!

- John Drew "JD" Mitchler
Cool, dark, damp mailbox cultivated a beautiful white seed pod around noon on Saturday, September 25th. When split open it contained everything one could want from A to Z with a little extra D. What a bountiful Harvest!
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Joined: April 27th, 2004, 6:37 pm

October 5th, 2010, 4:36 am #9

BIG issue with BIG articles.

44 pages of Completer stories, World highpoints, and the start of a new column re Memorabilia.

If you are not a Club member, please contact Craig immediately - you do not want to miss the article about early pioneers in the hobby of highpointing.

Also with this issue is the annual Directory - vastly updated with completers, awards, roster, outfitters, and HPing records.

Enjoy the issue and see you in Mississippi!

- John Drew "JD" Mitchler
Hmmmmmmmmmmm........
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