AGS Newsletter Editors
We cannot emphasize enough the role of the newsletter editor in the success of the Aeroguidance Society. From the days of banging out a copy on a typewriter, literally cutting and pasting pictures onto the pages, taking the copy to the printers, collating, stapling, addressing and delivering to the post office were tasks taken on graciously by the newsletter editor.
Editor Jim Quinn contributed this introductory note in the Vol I no.9 in October, 1969. Well, once again there is a little apology in order as this issue of the CONNECTOR begins. If your copy of the CONNECTOR was not printed as clearly as it might have been, that was due to the fact that I was using a new type of mimeograph machine for the first time. This issue is coming out on time and hopefully it will be printed properly too. We begin again *.
* Webmaster note: I sure hope those copies smelled nice too!!!
In August of 2001 The CONNECTOR started being distributed as a PDF by E–mail.
While today's technology eases the process of publishing a monthly newsletter there are still the tasks of collecting the articles, organizing and distributing the newsletter. The AGS would like to make a special note of the club members who have served as newsletter editor over the years.
Please let our Webmaster know if you have additional editors to add to the list.
The CONNECTOR is prepared on a personal computer. Submissions are happily accepted via email to Todd Kopl. Additionally, if you know of an event in the area that would be of interest to the general membership please forward that information for inclusion in the next edition of The CONNECTOR.
Here is the latest publication of The CONNECTOR.
The CONNECTOR Archives
The past two years of The CONNECTOR can be found in the tables below. The entire AGS archive of The CONNECTOR can be found in the link below the tables.