2000 Reunion - Page 2 of 3 for that Year Again the photos are by Dick Sampson and, maybe, folks I don’t remember...
Left: Would you maybe believe that there are so many windows that need cleaning? Right: Maybe those appetites get revved up from window cleaning to need so many BBQ chickens
Left: Dick Sampson bought his Sampson license plate holder in the “Logo Shop” at the museum Right: All the comforts of home - and that year gasoline cost about $1.25 a gallon or less
Left: We displayed what we had - and hats plus a flag met that test just fine Right: See that nice new floor and the few other things on display - like the squadron flags...
Left: There were a few base yearbooks for folks to look through - not to stop window cleaning however The Army National Guard helped with a nice big Cobra - something not native to Sampson
Installing SAFBVA Memorial Bricks on the west side of the courtyard. Now then, those volunteers surely wound up with stiff knees and nice backache after most of a day of this kind of hard labor.
Just had to show you that nice shiny new floor once again. There surely was a whole lot of work to do on this “Workday Friday.” that made everyone really appreciate the giant buffet supper that evening.
The “green pickle” bus that was used to tour folks around Sampson State Park past the many sites where facilities once stood where they trained and worked.
Those signs you saw in other photos were temporarily installed along the way to help everyone remember places and things they had not seen for many years.