The Piedmont Neighborhood Association will hold its quarterly general meeting this Thursday, January 25th, at 7pm at the Trinity Academy. All are welcome to discuss issues of interest to the neighborhood. Here is the agenda.
The Piedmont Neighborhood Association Board will hold its monthly board meeting this Wednesday, January 17th, at 7pm in the Penninsula Park Community Center. All are welcome to meet the board and discuss issues with the board. The agenda for the meeting is available here.
The PNA Board has created three ad hoc committees at its 11/15/2017 general meeting.
- Bylaws Committee (email@example.com)
- Membership & Communications Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Local Houselessness Issues Committee (email@example.com)
All residents of Piedmont are encouraged to participate in these committees. There are basically two levels of participation. The first is to actually come to committee meetings, the second is to subscribe to the committee mailing lists. You can subscribe in two ways. The first is to login to your google account, then go to groups.google.com, search for the group you want to join, and click the “join this group” or “contact the owner” button. The second is to send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicate you want to join. Once you have joined you can post to the list by using the email address of the group. Meetings of the committees will be announced on the mailing lists.
On Wednesday, Nov. 15th the Piedmont Neighborhood Association Board held it’s monthly board meeting. Among other things, the board selected board members to fill various board positions for the next year. The full meeting minutes are available.
Wikipedia tells us that
John Gilbert “Tex” Rankin (January 20, 1894, Texas – February 23, 1947 Klamath Falls) was an aerobatic pilot, barnstormer, air racer, and flight instructor from the 1920s to the 1940s. Born in Texas on January 20, 1894, Rankin began flying in 1913, when airplanes were still considered a new oddity.
If you search for “Tex Rankin” on Google you will find a lot of biographical and aeronautical information, and a long list of accomplishments, including national championships and world records. The man is a legend. Here is a picture of him, next to a plane with identification number 13 and with a black cat that accompanied him on his flights, tempting fate.