Museum's Annual Meeting on Thursday, Jan. 16 at 7 p.m.

All invited to business meeting; slate of board members to be voted on

Please join us for the yearly business meeting of the New Hampshire Aviation Historical Society, parent organization of the Aviation Museum of New Hampshire. Held at the Aviation Museum; light refreshments will be served. The meeting, to be held on Thursday, Jan. 16 at 7 p.m., is open to all members and the general public, although only museum members can participate in any voting.

On the agenda: an update the museum's operations, a review of 2019 and a look ahead to 2020. Also, as required by our by-laws, we'll elect a slate of board members for two-year terms. It's also your chance to provide feedback and ask questions of staff and the board of directors. All input is welcome!

The slate of candidates to serve on the board of directors is made up of members who are all currently serving. These include: Leanne Collazzo (currently president); Robert M. Hough (currently past president); Varel Freeman (currently treasurer); Robert Di Meo; and Gale Furey. If approved, these individuals would serve two-year terms running through January 2022. Current board members not up for re-election (and who will serve through 2021) are Ted Kitchens, Knans Griffing, and Greg Michaels.

Also, it's with deep regret we announce the upcoming retirement of board secretary Dick Ludders, who has given many years of service to the Aviation Historical Society of N.H. and the Aviation Museum. Dick's last board meeting will be Thursday, Jan. 16, and we hope you'll join us at the annual meeting in wishing him the best and thanking him for all his efforts and accomplishments on our behalf. It's been a great journey, and the good news is that Dick will still be involved in our group.

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Screening of new 'Ice Eagles' documentary

Thursday, Jan. 30 at 7 p.m.: Antarctica is the most extreme environment on earth. That reality has confronted every American IceEaglesaviation team since the first Byrd Antarctic Expedition in 1928-30. 'Ice Eagles' is the story of flying in this extreme environment, back then and through to the current day: a stunning look at U.S. military aviation operating under incredible cold weather adversity. Introduced LIVE by director Tom Henderson, a veteran with two tours of duty in Antarctica, who will visit the Aviation Museum to discuss his film, flying at the "bottom of the world," and answer questions about his work. Museum admission of $10 per person.

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