Mtn. Skies Astronomical

SOCIETY NEWS

UPDATED: 1/1/16

NEWS HIGHLIGHT


Click HERE for a photo of the MSAS Staff and Volunteers


2015 new banner and sign on building - COMPLETE

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tPost winter cleanup - Scheduled

fDriveway repair - On-going

fSignage - Complete

fAdd to current security system - Complete

fReorganize storage lockers - Complete

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Click here to see the construction of the MSAS Star Atlas!

 

Spring/Summer '14 PROJECTS continue in full swing:

Repaint both buildings - Complete

Add to current security system - Complete

Reorganize storage lockers - Complete

Post winter cleanup - On-going

Roof repair - Complete

Observatory Maintenence - Complete

Retaining Walls - Complete Click HERE for Photos!

Driveway Curbing - Complete

Intro. Signage - Complete

Flag Pole - Complete (See photos below)

Pathways - Click here for photos

Prep. for winter - On-going

Surplus Equip. Sale - On-going

Landscaping - Click HERE

;>) Band Aids and Smiles - Still on-going



WOW... our very own rocket!

Take a look at what The Boeing Company

has generously donated to MSAS

This 1/16 scale Boeing Delta II Rocket is proudly displayed at MSAS, a

generous gift from The Boeing Company. Attend one of our programs and

learning how these rockets have taken space exploration to new heights!

Our many thanks to the outstanding Mr. Andrew Gallagher and

The Boeing Company

for this remarkable teaching tool, a Delta II Rocket!

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Long may the US Flag wave over the MSAS Astronomy Village!

 
The United States of America flag proudly rises to the top of the new MSAS flag pole (left to right) by Lou Hitter, Uta Cuett, Dorothy Allmon and Ginny Hitter. The plaque below the flag platform and to the left dedicates the flag pole to Mr. & Mrs. Mike Working, the generous donors. The plaque on the right dedicates the flag, donated by the Lake Arrowhead Community Republican Women, Federated, In The Memory of Gregory Hitter.
Lou and Ginny Hitter hold the flag that was dedicated In The Memory of Gregory Hitter, their son.

Our thanks and expression of appreciation to Rosemary DiVito for her successful efforts to acquire a flag that was flown over the US Capitol in Wash., DC, on the behalf of MSAS!

Additionally, we thank the Lake Arrowhead Community Republican Women, Federated for their generous donation of financial support to purchase the plaques.


Meet the MSAS Staff

Lisa Barrett

Drop by the MSAS Astronomy Village on Friday from

11 AM - 2 PM and meet our outstanding team!


In other news,

SkyQuest Programs. Check out the current schedule HERE.

Purchase your tickets now!

Call (909) 336-1699

 

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