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Well here we go, onto a BIG adventure. We are doing the USS Nimitz, this is an Aircraft Carrier. I have been working with the CMC the past couple weeks and we have worked the bugs out and now we are ready to go.  This project will take 3-4 months to complete so there is no rush or stress on us to get it all down fast.

This ship will be done by departments, ALL boxes for that department have a contact which I will give you to ship with when needed. As the number come in and the PC's go out you will see the list change and the shipped will be removed to make room for new ones.

Please make sure that you stick to the count and which department you are listed for so that everyone get at pc. ALL boxed MUST have the HAE sticker on them by the address label, You must email ME at mepeller@bellsouth.net or Sue to get the addresses.

week 1- 5/25- 5/30 will start the shipping. We will try and ship every week or every 2 weeks.

  Lyn Love andI will be doing all the command, and POC pillowcases and helping with the ship numbers

 Wave #Shipping Dates  6-18 thru 6-22


 

#12 Supply Department (261)- Betty F-20, Donna M-43, Ginnie C- 20, Judy K-28, Patty B-45, Carol A-25, Sue L-40, Virginia B-25, Me 15 +1      Done

 

# 13- Squadron HSC-6 (230) Virginia B-25, Carol A-25, Debbie M-25, Arlene D- 30, Marilyn F – 35, Sarah P – 25, Suzie B – 17, Cindy S – 30, ,  ME-18+1        Done

 

#14 Squadron VFMA-323 (232)-Sarah P -25, Virginia B- 25, Carol A,- 25, Sue L-35, Nancy B-39, Donna M-43, Cindy S – 30, ME 10+ 1                            Done

 

 

#15 Weapons Dept. (178) Dana – 34, Terry S-30, Ally-25, Marjoie-32, Linda Low-14, Joy A-30, ME 9+1

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EXCITING!  I love an adventure.

me too and I can't wait to see all the pictures and the smiling faces.

The Nimitz was my husband's ship! I would love to do the RC division or any place you need me to send pcs. I can have 30 done by late June, (maybe sooner?).

Maryellen,

If you need any help with the Command Staff, just let me know. I have the carrier with Nimitz on it already. I did some shirts for my husband.

Ladies, WOW!!!!!! in less that a week we have pulled together and are shipping the first 5 groups, that is 1057 in pillowcases. I will be removing the list and adding the next 5 by Friday. So keep your eyes open and machines a buzzing there is more to come. Thank you again you all are AWESOME !!!!

Impressive.  Sure would love your help!

Here are my 20 pillowcases ready to go to the Nimitz.  Will go in the mail Friday or Tuesday.

Terry, They are Awesome, I love the fabric.

beautiful Terry!  thank you!  are some of these the ones that Phoebe sent you?

yes Sue - some of the pillowcases were sewn by Phoebe and some I sewed with her material, some are all mine. We make a good team!!!! :-)

you sure do!

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