INSTALLATION DINNER SET FOR JANUARY 19
Pacific Southwest Railway Museum's 3rd annual installation dinner will be held on January 19, 1969. That's the third Sunday of the month.
The meeting will not be potluck this year, as has been done in the past.
This year the dinner will be at Sir George's Smorgasbord in El Cajon. Sir Georges is located just north of Main Street in the El Cajon Shopping Center on Magnolia.
Festivities will begin at 6:30p.m., and there will be a flicker, too! The film will be the Santa Fe's Milepost 100. commemorating the railroad's 100th Anniversary. Program director, Kent Anderson notes "that a couple of rail officials are expected to attend."
Anderson also stated "that brochures containing specific information and reservation blanks will be mailed soon."
The dinner and all the fun will come with the reasonable cost of $3.25 per person. Please do come, and don't forget, wives and girlfriends are welcome, too!
STEAM UP SLATED FOR NEW YEAR'S
PSRMA is planning a New Years Eve celebration of its own! Our celebration will be the steaming up of Shay number 3 for a whistle blowing first.
Come on down at midnight and join in on the festivities. Like last year, the operation will extend into the day of the first of January.
General Superintendent Bob DiGiorgio has announced that the engine will be fired about 7:00 p.m. with the first run about 10 p.m. New Years eve. Operation will continue until sometime after midnight. On New Year's Day the shay will be fired up about 11 a.m. and will (Continued on page 4)
NEW OFFICERS FOR 1969
At our last regular business meeting in October, 1968, members on hand elected our officers for 1969.
Our officialdom for the coming year is made up of two old time members and some fairly recently acquired members. The two oldtime members are our president, Richard Pennick and secretary, Thomas W. Matson.
Newer members elected to office include Jerry Windle, vice president, David C. Hobson, treasurer and Robert DiGiorgio, as director.
Welcome aboard, gentlemen! We are looking forward to a great year in '69!
MEMBERS JOIN IN UNDERWRITING REPAIRS
Ten members have joined together to finance the cost of repairs to the firebox of PSRMA's 2-8-2T, Number 11. The members have pledged to give $100 each toward the $900 cost.
Would you like to help? If you wish to join in this project, please contact Terry Durkin by calling 298-6205. We hope to bring you more news on this project in the next issue of Report.
BOARD MEETING SCHEDULE FOR 1969
PSRMA's board of directors will hold their meetings on the first Tuesday of each month. The meetings will be at 7:45 p.m., in the Board of Directors room at the San Diego Trust and Savings Bank, Sixth and Broadway, in downtown San Diego.
As in the past, members of the museum are most welcome to attend these meetings. Our board consists of the following directors. Eric Sanders, Chairman and members Dick Pennick, Jerry Windle, Thomas Matson, David Hobson, Walter Barber and Robert DiGiorgio.