ABQ SF Society – UFOs and Elections

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Programming – 2 for 1 Night – and ASFacts:

♣ Local writer/skeptic Benjamin Radford returns to tell us about New Mexico UFO Conspiracies for the Halloween season (an updated version of his Bubonicon 49 talk)!

♥ Plus we’ll have our club officer elections for moderator, alternator and executive secretary.  Not to mention choosing a “challenge” ingredient or theme for our December Dessert Cook-Off…

First up, Bubonicon 47 science speaker Benjamin Radford returns to ASFS to give a talk on UFO Conspiracies, especially in New Mexico.  Radford focuses on claims about aliens and alien bodies in three NM cities: Aztec, Dulce and Roswell.  He also covers the psychology of the beliefs, etc.  Plus, Radford should be bringing copies of his books, including Mysterious New Mexico, for sale to anyone who is interested.

After Ben is done, we’ll have our annual Club Officer Elections!  And choose an ingredient or theme for the December cook-off/party.

Finally, the Halloween issue of ASFacts will be on hand.  Deadline for submissions is 8:00 pm Monday, October 9.

Newcomers are welcome with a $1.00 contribution to help pay our rent…

Remember, no outside food is allowed at St. Andrew.  Please be discreet with any candy.  Water/soda bottles and lidded beverage cups are permitted.

DOORS OPEN AT 7:15 PM.  Enter through the back doors (northside) of church – the courtyard is locked up at 5:00 pm each day.  Please do not arrive before 7:15 pm.  We have to set up the room ourselves, and straighten/clean-up around 10:00 pm.

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Meeting Location:

ACTIVITY ROOM (west end of building, enter through door on northside of church)
St. Andrew Presbyterian Church
5301 Ponderosa Ave NE
Albuquerque, NM

(First street north of Erna Ferguson Library on San Mateo. Ponderosa is the northern border of Montgomery Park, and intersects with both San Mateo and San Pedro. The street is north of Comanche and south of Montgomery)

Club Contacts:

Craig C/Jesica C. at 266-8905 or Craig

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