NEWSLETTER August 2003
|Welcome to the August, 2003 issue of the WEATHERFUN Newsletter|
|Welcome, folks to the August Weatherfun Newsletter.|
Well, as you are reading this the 2nd Weatherfun Reunion, held here in the Rhode Island area, has finished up.
We enjoyed such events as: visiting one of the top 10 Zoo's in the nation, a Duck Ride, the Blue Hill Weather Observatory, and also the NBC TV 10 Weather Center, and a chance to view the live 9 to 10a.m. Weekend Newscast.
The Grand Finale Cookout was held here at our home in Warren, Rhode Island where presentations wehre given by our own Carolyn Eagan, Long Island Bill on his visit to the storm prediction center, by Lynn (AKA SNOWLAY) on her work with the NWS, and even a few words by me on my visit to a Hurricane Hunter, and my special visit with Max Mayfield the head of the Hurricane Center in Miami, Fla. We also had Bill's weather quiz, and this year we had PRIZES. It has been more than one could ask for...Great family events, great weather events, good food, but above all GOOD FRIENDSHIP.
Hey, if you were not luck enough to attend this year's reunion, did you follow the events on my Founders Line? Yes, I kept you all updated on the Founders Line, and even a few words from those attending. Just dial our toll free number at: 1-800-555-8355, and then enter the founders line product number of: 1-449-818 After the reunion and everyone is back home, our attention turns to the current hurricane season. Now, we are getting into the heart of the hurricane season, and things could get very interesting on the East coast. I know that all of us will be following it very closely, and reporting our findings right here on Weatherfun. But, please keep in mind folks: These are very deadly storms, that can do a lot of sever damage, and above all take your loved ones away. It is great to follow these storms, but all of us must respect them. Having lived through hurricane Carol, I for one know what a storm like this can do. Believe me, we did not know until the storm had passed us what this lady called Carol had done, and how it would change some of our lives forever. If you would like to learn more about Carol, and how it changed my life check out my founder message, and see what she did to make me a weather watcher.
Till next month enjoy your summer, but above all keep an eye to the sky, and stay safe.
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May 4, 2003
The fun of the month was at the WEATHERFUN Reunion July 31st - August 3rd. More about it in next month's newsletter.
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