Saturday, Jan. 24: Star Trek: Phase II: "Blood
and Fire, Part I"
Friday, Jan. 30: Star
Trek Night with the Atlanta OutWorlders
Saturday, February 14: Valentine's Day
Lonely Hearts Dinner
Fri.-Sun., March 6-8: STARFLEET Int'l
Region 2 Summit
Wednesday, April 8: Star
Trek Bingo Night
Captain Watts reelected
Exeter holds fourth meeting at Vulkon
USS Republic calendars now available!
Pledge Drive DVDs now available!
Republic administrative assistance needed
Benefits Program seeks additional partners
Year Celebration t-shirts still available
Recent Chapter Event Photos
January Membership Renewals
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17 Years Ago Aboard the USS Republic
Star Trek: Phase II: "Blood and Fire, Part I"
3:00 p.m. Saturday, January 24, 2009
The Stage Door Bar & Grill
4431 Hugh Howell Rd, Tucker GA 30084
Phone: (770) 414-9292
USS Republic is pleased to present a free
screening of the latest episode of Star Trek: Phase II
(formerly New Voyages): Part I of David Gerrold's
controversial and highly anticipated "Blood and Fire," which
boldly goes where no two men have gone before in live-action
Star Trek. Starring James Cawley as Captain
James T. Kirk, Ben Tolpin as Mr. Spock and Bobby Rice as
Ensign Peter Kirk, this horrific story finds a battle-damaged
Enterprise caught between an incurable contagion
that threatens to overrun the galaxy, the pull of a dying
star, and Klingons poised to attack. Like all of the
best Star Trek episodes, "Blood and Fire" finds the
Enterprise crew facing their own human fears and
failings as they weigh the costs and decide how much personal
risk to take in order to save the people around them.
All the best original Star Trek episodes were allegories
for contemporary cultural and political issues. Following
the highly publicized marriage of George Takei and Brad
Altman and the recent passing of California's Proposition
8, "Blood and Fire" continues this tradition, depicting
marriage equality in the 23rd century as an accepted and
routine matter. Please note: This episode
presents mature themes; viewer discretion advised.
The Republic's very own Executive Officer, Cmdr Brian
Holloway, served as a makeup artist and an "extra"
for this episode, and will have an on-the-set report in
an upcoming issue of our award-winning chapter magazine,
The Sovereign Star.
Please join us at the Stage
Door Bar & Grill in Tucker between 3:00 and 3:30
p.m. on Saturday, January 24. We'll start the show
around 3:30 and enjoy the 45-minute-long episode with a
meal from their lunch and dinner menu. A DVD projector
will be used to show the episode on a wall-sized screen
for maximum viewing pleasure. After the show, we'll
hang around a bit to discuss this ground-breaking episode.
MAP AND DIRECTIONS
Trek Night with the Atlanta
"A Tribute to Majel Barrett Roddenberry"
8:00 p.m. Friday, January 30, 2009
Hosted by and in the home of Alan Siler
2582 Addison Drive, Doraville GA 30340
join our friends, the Atlanta
OutWorlders, for a night that celebrates the quintessential
American science fiction television franchise: Star Trek.
Each month, we'll explore a different theme by seeing
episodes taken from all of the show's TV incarnations: Star
Trek, The Animated Series, The Next Generation,
Deep Space Nine, Voyager and yes... even Enterprise.
Few television shows, particularly sci-fi, have had
the impact on American culture that Star Trek has had.
For the month of January, the theme is "A
Tribute to Majel Barrett Roddenberry."
Day Lonely Hearts Dinner
7:00 p.m. Saturday, February 14, 2009
Moe's Southwestern Grill
1524 Church St, Decatur GA 30030
and alone on Valentine's Day? Don't be! Join the
USS Republic at Moe's Southwestern Grill in Decatur
for an evening of fun, friendship and REALLY cheap dinner!
That's right---everyone who attends this event will
receive five dollars off their dinner order... and
considering that their most expensive entrée is only $7.99,
you'll be able to enjoy a hearty and delicious dinner and
drink for less than five bucks! Happy Valentine's Day
from the USS Republic!
& PRICE LIST
International Region 2 Summit
Friday - Sunday, March 6-8, 2009
Budget Inn & Banquet
1525 Ellis Ave, Jackson MS 39204
Phone: (601) 944-1150
by the USS Haise NCC-74664, the 2009 STARFLEET International
Region 2 Summit will be held March 6-8 in Jackson, Mississippi.
The annual Summit can be one of the most rewarding experiences
in STARFLEET. Unlike typical conventions with Star
Trek stars, a Summit is a learning experience. Not
only is it a great chance to learn valuable skills in the
various informative panels and workshops, but it's also a
great chance to make valuable friendships with people you've
only heard about through The STARFLEET Communiqué,
Region 2 Update, online and other sources. Over
100 people from chapters throughout the Region attend the
Summit, along with some of the STARFLEET Executive Committee,
like the Commander, STARFLEET. It's a great opportunity
to learn in a very fun environment. You will also have
a chance to find out what is going on in your Region and in
One of the most important events at the Summit is the annual
Awards Banquet. The Republic has won five Regional
awards in the last two years and looks forward to another
triumphant year in 2009! Commanding Officer, Republic,
would like for our chapter to be well-represented at the 2009
Summit. Confirmed to attend so far are Captain Eric
L. Watts, Commander Brian Holloway and ENS2 Zannetta
Law. Please plan to join this "away mission" and
attend this very important event!
Adult registration for the 2009 Summit is $25 until February
15 and goes to $35 after that. Additional information
about the Summit in general can be found here.
The Budget Inn & Banquet in Jackson has given us a room rate
of $59 per night. The hotel is set up to receive phone
reservations ONLY. The number (601) 944-1150. When
making reservations, remember to use the group code "Starfleet
Region 2" to get the special rate. The Fleet Admiral's
Dinner is set for Friday night at Sonny's Real Pit Bar-B-Q
in Jackson. The Awards Banquet on Saturday will be buffet
style and held in the host hotel. Banquet prices are
$19.95 for adults, $10 for children under 10, and free for
children under 3. Additional information about the 2009
Summit, including hotel and restaurant info and PayPal links
for preregistration, Awards Banquet tickets and commemorative
t-shirts, can be found here.
MAP AND DIRECTIONS
Trek Bingo Night:
Trekkies, Tribbles and Klingons, Oh My!
A benefit for PALS Atlanta and the Republic
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 8, 2009
The Wild Mustang
2115 Faulkner Rd, Atlanta GA 30324
Phone: (404) 844-8800
USS Republic is pleased to partner with PALS Atlanta
for a charity event to benefit both PALS Atlanta and the
Republic. Hosted by the hilarious and outrageous
Bubba D. Licious and held at The Wild Mustang just off Cheshire
Bridge Road, proceeds from this event will help PALS Atlanta
continue its mission of providing free food and basic veterinary
care and support to the pets of critically ill and disabled
Atlantans. This event will also serve as a fundraiser
and member recruitment opportunity for the Republic
as publicity and promotion for the new Star Trek
movie will be reaching its zenith just four weeks before
This is a costume-encouraged event and all members
and friends of the USS Republic are asked to wear
their best Star Trek costume (Starfleet, Klingon,
etc.), Republic sport shirt or t-shirt, or your own
club's t-shirt. We hope to hold a costume contest
of some sort during the event; details to be announced if
and when confirmed.
Doors at The Wild Mustang open at 6:30 p.m. with the first
Bingo number being called at 7:45 p.m. Tickets are
$20 and will be available from the USS Republic during
March and early April. A cash bar and food concessions
will be available. Your game card includes seven games
(six chances to win $100 cash and one jackpot game with
a $500 prize).
ATLANTA WEB SITE
WILD MUSTANG MAP AND DIRECTIONS
Watts reelected Commanding Officer
December 2, of the 73 members on the Republic’s crew
roster, 60 were in good standing (e.g., membership dues were
paid and current) and of those 60 members, 57 had valid email
addresses. An electronic Commanding Officer election
ballot, listing the names of all members of the Republic
who were eligible to hold the office of Commanding Officer,
regardless of whether or not they had announced their candidacy,
was emailed to those 57 email addresses. The eligible
members included Lt JG David Churvis, Capt Michael
Cowart, Capt Matt Ebeling, Cmdr Brian Holloway
and Capt Eric L. Watts. Of these five, only Capt
Watts had announced his candidacy. After two weeks of
collecting responses and with 33 of the 57 ballots returned,
Lt Churvis, Capt Cowart and Capt Ebeling received no votes;
Cmdr Holloway received one vote (1.7% of all ballots and 3.0%
of cast ballots); “None of the Above” received two votes (3.5%
of all ballots and 6.0% of cast ballots); and Capt Watts received
30 votes (52.6% of all ballots and 90.9% of cast ballots).
Accordingly, Capt Watts, 13th Commanding Officer of
the USS Republic, has been reelected for a second two-year
term commencing January 1, 2009, and ending December 31, 2010.
Exeter holds fourth meeting at Vulkon
USS Republic's shuttle-in-training, the USS Exeter
NCC-1706, based in Jacksonville, Florida, and under the command
of Commander John R. Sims, recently held its fourth
meeting at the Orlando Vulkon convention from Friday, October
31, to Sunday, November 2, 2008. Commander Sims
submitted the following report:
October was a very busy month for our chapter. We
all work for the same company, Publix, and it was time for
our quarterly inventories, which can be very hectic. When
we had a free moment or two, we got together to discuss
the fast-approaching Vulkon fall show. All our trip
plans came together as we all bought our tickets and got rooms
at the hotel with the help of prospectve member Janice
Neu. She also created some very nice polo shirts
for us to wear at a reasonable price. My yeoman,
Ensign Hyo Soon Yoo, and I arrived at the show Friday
afternoon. We relaxed and spoke with some other
early arrivals, which included me meeting up with my old friend,
Joe Motes. We spoke about conventions of today
as opposed to the ones I used to work staff on when he was
the promoter. Very insightfull! After
dinner, we picked up our tickets and called it a night.
The next morning, we took a gander in the dealers room and
attended the Trek chat forum. Afterwards,
we met up with the Neu family and spent the rest of the day
with them. I informed them about us finaly getting
approved as a chapter-in-training, which was well-receieved. Ed,
Janice and their sons, Adam and James,
have been very active with the group. They will
be officially joining the Fleet when Ed gets his bonus in
a few weeks.
Around 6:00 p.m., we all went to Bob Evans for some homestyle
cookin'! Afterwards, we hurried back to the con
for the evening's activities. My ensign and I got
into our brand-spanking-new classic Trek USS Exeter
uniforms and headed downstairs. On the way down,
we shared an elevator with Terry Farrell ("Jadzia Dax"
from Deep Space Nine). She was very nice
and loved our outfits! We then hung out at the
Klingon bar, watched Billy Mumy play and sing, and awaited
the costume contest, which was interesting, to say the least.
On Sunday, we all met again in the lobby and attended a few
more activities. By 3:00, we were ready to go on
to our next adventure: the Kennedy Space Center! My
yeoman and I were alone for this part of the landing party. We
went on the KSC "Then and Now" tour, during which
we were able to see the old Mercury and Gemini launch sites
and firing rooms. This tour ends with a stop at
the Saturn V center, which has to be seen to be fully appreciated.
On Tuesday, Hyo and I went over to the Astronaut Hall of Fame
and spent about four hours enjoying the rich history of America's
space program. We then set course for home. After
arriving back in Jacksonville, I phoned all the members to
give them a rundown on the Space Center and the con. Unfortunately,
XO Ryan McDowell and Ensign Chris Hamm could
not be with us due to work schedule conflicts. Maybe
next time, guys?
row: Ed Neu, Ensign Hyo Soon Yoo, Commander
John R. Sims. Front row: Janice,
James and Adam Neu.
USS Republic calendars now available!
here! Printed in full color and on heavyweight
card stock, drilled and comb-bound for easy wall-hanging,
the USS Republic's awesome new 2009 calendars are now
available! Featuring twelve photos from the Republic's
highest-profile events and activities from 2008, member birthdays,
federal holidays, major religious and seasonal observances,
and most Atlanta-area science fiction convention dates, this
is THE calendar for all your needs! This full-sized
(10¾" x 17"), limited edition calendar can
be yours for only $10.00 postpaid... but hurry, they're sure
to sell out fast! Visit the Republic's Ship's
Store to order yours now!
Pledge Drive DVDs now available!
came, we answered phones, we conquered! Twenty-one
members and friends of the USS Republic answered phones
for two hours during Georgia Public Broadcasting's live semi-annual
Pledge Drive on Saturday, December 6... and we've got it on
DVD! See Capt Eric L. Watts be interviewed
on live TV! See Ens Eddie Hines ham it up
for the cameras! See two fully ridged Klingons
try to hold phones to their heads! See it all for
only $5.00 per each postpaid DVD! In addition to
40 minutes of televised Republic samaritanism, this
four-hour DVD also includes the last half-hour of Celtic
Woman–The Greatest Journey: Essential Collection; Victor
Borge: 100 Years of Music & Laughter! (1½ hrs); Yanni
Voices (30 min.) and the first hour of My Music: My
Generation–The 60s, hosted by Michelle Phillips. Visit
the Republic's Ship's
Store to order your DVD now!
Republic administrative assistance needed
Officer, USS Republic, has two projects to offer to
members who wish to assist with the administrative operations
of the chapter. One project requires good computer
and web-browsing skills and the ability to burn a DVD; the
other project requires the ability to make phone calls. Both
projects require the ability to follow detailed instructions. Persons
interested in either of these assignments should contact
Benefits Program seeks additional partners
USS Republic's Member
Benefits Program has been a very successful recruitment
incentive and has helped our members save money on goods and
services provided by our partners. Unfortunately,
due to the recent downturn in the economy and other factors,
a couple of our original partners have gone out of business
in the last few months, reducing the overall value of the
program. The Republic would now like to
strengthen this program by adding several new partners to
it. Partners receive free advertising on our web
site, in our chapter flyers and brochures, and links to their
web sites in The Republiqué
in exchange for an exclusive money-saving offer to Republic
members. If you or someone you know is a business
owner or manager authorized to make such agreements and would
like to become involved in this program, please contact
the Captain for additional details.
Year Celebration t-shirts still available
their debut at Sci-Fi Summer Con, our 20th Year Celebration
commemorative t-shirts are still available! These
high-quality, 100% preshrunk cotton tees are available in
sizes Medium, Large, XL, 3XL and 4XL and feature the two-color
USS Republic 20th Year Celebration logo screenprinted
on the full chest. Each limited edition, collector's
item shirt is only $15.00 postpaid! Sizes Small and
XL are already sold out, so order yours now before they're
Click here to buy with PayPal or send check payable
to "USS Republic" to Captain Eric L. Watts,
2902 Aspen Woods Entry, Atlanta GA 30360-2759.
to ENS2 Hal Doby on the passing of his son, Jeremy
Lloyd, 34, on December 18. Jeremy passed away
after being hospitalized in Savannah for a severe case of
cellulitis and a staph infection. A memorial
service was held on December 21. Jeremy is survived
by partner of three years, Brad Dodson, also of Savannah,
and his mother, Debbie Lloyd, of Atlanta.
Congratulations to ENS2 Mark
A. Ozanick, who was recently elected to a two-year term
on the Board of Directors of the Lesbian & Gay Band Association
(LGBA), a musical organization comprised of GLBT concert
and marching bands from the United States, Canada and Australia.
LGBA is dedicated to providing a network of lesbian
and gay bands to promote music as a medium of communication
and understanding among people, presenting the GLBT community
in a positive light, and stimulating public interest in
the unique art form of community band music in our culture.
Better Luck Next Time to Capt Eric
L. Watts, one of six finalists in the "Tucker USA
Karaoke Idol" competition finals held in Tucker on
December 20. Capt Watts withdrew from the competition
after performing only one song due a sore throat and extremely
hoarse voice. Each finalist was required to perform
four songs in the finals.
Chapter Event Photos
Public Broadcasting Pledge Drive || Dec.
Front row: Friends of the Republic
Kevin Parker and James King, ENS3 Susan Rey, Friend
of the Republic Aaron Dunne, Capt Eric L. Watts,
ENS3 Sue Lin Lange, Ens Daniel Wolfgang, Ens Chris
Second row: ENS2 Zannetta Law, ENS2 Michael
Shipley, Ens Julianne Trew, Ens Joanne Trew, Ens JG
Jenilee Trew, Ens Marilyn Teague, Ens Naomi Hemingway.
Third row: Friend of the Republic Audrey
Lynne, Ens Eddie Hines, Friend of the Republic
Theresa Parker, USS Atlanta XO Tonya Spanks,
Helen from the Georgia Aquarium, ENS3 Elisa Roper.
Standing at left: GPB on-air announcer Melissa
29 MORE PHOTOS FROM THIS EVENT HERE
Party & Awards Ceremony || December
Standing: Cmdr Brian Holloway, Capt Eric L.
Watts, Ens Naomi Hemingway, Ens Joanne Trew, Ens Jeff
Trew, ENS2 Zannetta Law, ENS2 Mark A. Ozanick, Ens
Eddie Hines, ENS3 Tony Cade, Ens Darrell Ortiz.
Kneeling/Seated: Ens Chris Jones, Capt Michael
Cowart, Ens Julianne Trew, Ens JG Jenilee Trew.
Trek toys wanted to buy: New in box not necessary.
Ships preferred, but will consider figures and playsets
as well. Wanted for play use by Crewman Connor Sollie.
Please contact Ens Mike
Sollie with details and price.
Ensign Joel Tyler Anderson
Republic needs certain items on a continuing basis
to operate. To help keep our expenses and membership
dues as low as possible, donations of the following items
would be greatly appreciated. Thank you for
HP 10 black, cyan, magenta and yellow ink
13 x 19 70-lb. smooth white opaque text stock
Avery 8160 or compatible address labels
9 x 12 manila clasp envelopes
8½ x 11 90-lb. white index card stock
clear packing tape
on May 14, 1988 at Dixie-Trek, the USS Republic
NCC-1371 is a chapter of STARFLEET International (SFI)
and a member of STARFLEET Region 2. The Republic
currently has 62 active members (as of January
11) and is one of the largest chapters of STARFLEET in
the world. The Republic plans and coordinates
an active schedule of events for its members, frequently
partnering with other local science fiction groups in
the Atlanta area for joint activities, but does not hold
meetings on a consistently fixed date each month.
Membership in the Republic includes membership
in STARFLEET International. Annual dues are $25
per person for both groups (family discounts are available
with certain conditions and restrictions). Membership
in the Republic includes a subscription to our
award-winning quarterly magazine, The Sovereign Star,
access to our YahooGroups message board, voting privileges
in chapter elections and a personalized laminated membership
card which entitles the member to discounts and rebates
on products and services offered by our Member Benefits
Program partners. Additional information on Republic
membership and how to join is on our award-winning web
MEMBER BENEFIT PROGRAM PARTNERS
YEARS AGO ABOARD THE USS REPUBLIC
From the Center Seat
Captain David W. Vosper
has been another busy but turbulent month for the USS
REPUBLIC. We attended the premiere of Star
Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country, appeared on Dekalb
channel 12 public access TV, held two general meetings
and a Christmas party.
The movie premiere at the Tower Place 6 cinema was attended
by about 15 club members, all of which received complementry
ST VI movie poster, courtesy of theatre General Manager
Chuck Erb. The film was discussed at out December
7th general meeting at Fernbank and the general response
was that people liked the movie.
After the December 7th meeting, three members attended
Tony Cade's cable TV "Sci-Fi Atlanta: A Salute to
Star Trek." Karen Estes got to appear
manning the controls on the bridge set, while her husband
Jon-Paul and I were interviewed by moderator/producer
Tony Cade. Tony also showed my entire Universal
Studios Star Trek "screen test" tape on the
air. I did not tape the show myself, but I
was told by the studio control room staff that they did
not show our club's address and phone number as promised
-- very disappointing.
I received a letter from Admiral Tom Davis in Seattle
this week, confirming my promotion to STARFLEET Captain,
effective October 1st, 1991. With this positive
commitment from SFHQ, I am finally ready to commit myself
to this club, and to formally promote individuals that
have helped plan and execute club activities these past
Attendance at meetings and the Christmas party seems to
be down due to the other things going on during the holiday
The club has received many resignations this month. I
do not pretend to understand all of the issues involved,
but they seem to stem from two events:
1) My joint decision with Karen Estes to eliminate the
position of ship's Counselor/Chaplain, and the controversy
over my accompanying explaination of that fact in the
2) James Corley's attempt to start a STARFLEET shuttle
on the South side of Atlanta.
Regarding James Corley's attempt to start a South side
shuttle, I can only say that, after consulting with the
staff, I decided against it, and have left the decision
up to STARFLEET Region 2. Since I said "No"
things have gotten ugly. I will not print the
details here, for fear of fueling the fire of a divisive
contraversy. If you want to hear the full story
from my perspective, I will be glad to discuss it in private,
and to show anyone the documentation and written correspondence.
As of today (December 22th) I have not gotten official
word of Region 2's decision. Neil Fuller reported
to me that he is to be the shuttle's XO, and that the
word had been given to form a shuttle in Sunny Side, GA
(North of Griffin), off the USS Excalibur in Jacksonville,
FL. Shuttle certification is a long, complicated
process. Our acting Chief Security Officer
(Neil) and acting Medical Officer (Mrs. Fuller) and their
two children, have resigned and have indicated that they
intend to join the shuttle. That is all I know
about this matter.
Currently the REPUBLIC has 49 STARFLEET members. Several
others will probably resign before things settle out. My
immediate obligation as Captain is to keep the REPUBLIC's
commitments to STARFLEET Region 2, in sponsoring STARFLEET
activities at the Vulkon Convention February 21st, 1992. To
that end, I am currently phoning club members who have
impressed me in the past with their level-headedness and
commitment to STARFLEET's goals (please see the accompanying
article on STARFLEET's goals), but who have not had the
opportunity to participate on the REPUBLIC staff.
Ensign Kathleen Kennedy has agreed to serve as our Chief
Medical Officer. Club secretary Janet Green
is also helping out, phoning members of the Science department. The
positions of Science Officer, Security Officer and Engineering
Officer and their assistants are currently open and I
will consider volunteers for these positions. Volunteers
should first read the accompanying newsletter article
on REPUBLIC staff officers.
I would like to appeal to all club members that the REPUBLIC
needs your active support to pull off out commitment to
Region 2 and to Convention promotor Joe Motes at Vulkon. I
have tried to lead by example for the past five months,
by putting in 400 hours of my time (not counting meetings)
and about $1000 out of my own pocket. I have
also turned down numerous lucrative job offers out of
state, on the grounds that I have a important obligation
here in Atlanta that I cannot walk away from.
So far, two people have thanked me, both after the ST
VI movie this month. Others have criticized
me, complaining that they are not having enough fun (see
the related article on the club's 1991 activities). I
would like to point out that I am not personally responsible
for assuring that 60 members have fun. I share
that responsibility with the Command staff, and it is
members of that staff who have complained the loudest.
In September the staff voted to set a recruiting goal
of 100 members for the REPUBLIC. It seems that
since then, certain staff members have made the startling
discovery that the staff work of building a big club is
mostly work -- not fun. It is also the responsibility
of staff officers to motivate the crew members in their
respective departments. All crew members should
suggest fun activities to the staff and attend these activities.
They should also contribute to the newsletter. I
have never vetoed any suggested fun activities. Staff
officers are suppose to be the motivating force behind
the club, as well as being the most active members. So
far, many have just been the most active members.
I am not resigning, because I have so many people depending
on me. Over sixty people have paid their dues
to the REPUBLIC and to her Captain. The club
has started a shuttle in Memphis, a computer bulletin
board, a newsletter, a treasury and has obligated itself
to sponsoring STARFLEET at Vulkon. STARFLEET
has charged us with helping to make this a better, brighter
world through community service activites. Someone
needs to continue this work, and despite my best efforts
to encourage others to help lead this club, there is no
successor in sight.
I intend to continue club "business as usual",
with the hope of attracting more dedicated volunteers
who want to help us build and lead a big, prosperous club
full of Trekkers. If the "South side"
shuttle is not certified, or if it fails, those members
who have not hurt the REPUBLIC will be welcomed back. If
it succeeds, perhaps we can work together.
It is my pleasure to announce that LCdr. Kelly Hilliard
has agreed to become the REPUBLIC's Executive Officer. Kelly
is OCC qualified and is hereby promoted to the rank of
Kelly has rendered excellent service to this club even
before I took over in August. As club treasurer,
Kelly has been largely responsible for the club's financial
success, due to his excellent management of the club's
funds, and by printing the club newsletter free of charge. Kelly
is however working several real-life jobs, and his free
time is limited.
I am proud to announce that the club has raised $106 for
the Atlanta food bank this month. Fifty dollars
came from the club treasury and fifty six from private
donations. I have bought 278 lbs. of bulk food
and have delivered it to the Atlanta Food Bank.
(Captain, we have struck a worm-hole! The controls
do not answer.)
Slow to 3/4 Impulse power,
Set course for Vulkon.
And to the REPUBLIC
Volume IV, Issue One
Copyright © 1992 USS Republic.