[ISDC2006] ORBIT Awards Dinner page

Craig E. Ward cewcew at mac.com
Wed Mar 22 21:03:56 EST 2006


This information should be incorporated into the ISDC page. Many 
people will not navigate to a separate site.

Craig

At 11:53 PM -0800 3/21/06, Samuel Coniglio wrote:
>Hi folks!
>
>Please review our website for more details:
>www.spacetourismsociety.org
>
>Thanks
>
>Sam
>
>On 3/21/06, Craig E. Ward <cewcew at mac.com> wrote:
>>
>>  The monthly planing meeting for the LA chapter was last Saturday. We
>>  discussed plans for how OASIS would be participating, but what threw
>>  me was the question, "Why is the ORBIT Awards Dinner worth $100?"
>>
>>  I couldn't give an answer and the person asking did not find the
>>  coverage on the web page (http://www.isdc2006.org/gala.html )
>>  informative enough. Can the description of the event be beefed-up?
>>  (Earlier talk about a "gala" mentioned tuxedos and other finery. Has
>>  that changed?)
>>
>>  I will relay any information that comes my way before it makes it to
>>  the web page.
>>
>>  Thanks,
>>
>>  Craig
>>
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