The Awards have been held and the winners of each award has been announced. The drinks flowed freely and many from the ranks of www.star-fleet.com were in attendance ... my thanks goes to each of the presenters who presented awards ... including those who were called on to present at the last minute. I also want to especially thank Jack Dipper ... who assisted with setting up many of the awards for me ... in an effort to take of some of the load from me, especially during February.
The following is a list of the award winners
Newcomer - Jamie HirstSubmitted by Russell Watt on 14 March 2009 - 6:40pm.
The Awards are going to be held on Saturday 14th March at 1500 hours US Eastern Time. This is Saturday 14th March at 1900 hours GMT and for those of us who live in QLD Australia, it is at 0500 on Sunday 15th March. The awards are being held in our Awards Channel in IRC - #stf-awards.
If you are interested in presenting an award, and haven't yet let me know, please email me ASAP.
Also, we have places available for 2 or 3 entertainment people ... if you want to 'sing' etc during the intermissions of the awards ... please also contact me.
You can contact me via my contact form.Submitted by Russell Watt on 10 March 2009 - 4:35pm.
Voting in the awards is now completed
Please contact me if you have any issues ... using my contact form.
- RussellSubmitted by Russell Watt on 1 March 2009 - 5:02pm.
With Rob's departure as Marketing and Advertising Coordinator, we're going to be on the lookout for a new one. This is an outstanding opportunity for anyone who has been looking to serve in a governmental capacity and give back a little something to the club we all love.
A sucessfull applicant will:
- Be enthusiastic and driven
- Have a number of very clear ideas to help develop and enhance our online presence
- Have a background in advertising or customer relations, though training will be provided and this is not essential.
Nominations have ended for the STF Awards for February 2009.
Please wait for the voting form. It'll go up within the next day.
Awards Administrator/Master of Ceremonies
Christmas Greetings to One and All
With Christmas upon us, Brian and I wanted to offer our fondest wishes to every member of our great club for a very Merry Christmas/Chanuka (That's how the wife spells it)/Festive Season and a Happy, Joyful and alcoholically responsible new year.
The term thus far has seen some outstanding accomplishments and I know I speak for the entire Government when I tell you what an honour it is to serve you all.
So with Bear hugs and Wolfe slobber, we give you a hearty Ho Ho Ho and a hope for a happy and satisfying 2009!Submitted by Andrew Robinson on 25 December 2008 - 7:44am.
Majel Barrett Roddenberry passed away December 18, 2008, at 12:27 AM in her Bel Air home. She died peacefully, in her sleep after a brief but bitter battle with leukaemia and was surrounded by family and loved ones.
"My mother truly acknowledged and appreciated the fact that Star Trek fans played a vital role in keeping the Roddenberry dream alive for the past 42 years. It was her love for the fans, and their love in return, that kept her going for so long after my father passed away." - Eugene "Rod" Roddenberry, Jr.Submitted by Andrew Robinson on 21 December 2008 - 6:46am.
The following is being posted by the IDir on behalf of the Marketing and Advertising Coordinator
www.star-fleet.com is now apart of a top 100 list, and marketing is requesting everyone to take 2 minutes out of their time to vote and rate our great club. To do so just do the following.
- Click the link below or go to marketing in command and click on the vote link there.
- When you click the button you will see another page pop up, click on "Vote for Star-Fleet.com", after it will take you to another page.
STF Is currently on the lookout for both a new Fleet Commander for Fleet Five and an Engineering Department Director.
Fleet Five is one of our (in this Presidents humble opinion) best fleets and it needs a strong leader to steer it. A successul applicant for the position of Fleet Five Commander will:
- Be either a current or former Commanding Officer within the Fleet or a current or former Executive Officer with command experience elsewhere.
- Have served the club for at least one year, or six months with command experience within those six months.Submitted by Andrew Robinson on 16 November 2008 - 9:27am.
Tim Martin and Ed Brough have withdrawn from the election, leaving only one ticket standing. Andrew Robinson and Brian Olinski have therefore been declared the victors in the election, and will take over the Executive Washroom as 30th elected President and Vice President on 2 August 2008.
See the Election Ship for the full story.Submitted by Larry Garfield on 18 July 2008 - 11:18pm.