Members Identify Hobbies and Interests...................

JERRY MYCUE, webmaster.  Retired school teacher. Draws Custom House Plans.  Collects older military fire arms.CAROL MYCUE, retired school teacher, Gardening,  reading, watching grandsons play football, crafts, taking care of Jerry.

I am WES CORDES, would someone adopt me?  I will pay!

Good Afternoon,  you may want to know that ELIZABETH HUBBARD makes Cards!  Get Well, Happy B-Day, Holidays and many others.

Hello, my name is HOPE JONES.  My hobby is collecting pictures from each state of their State House.  Jim Jones met Hope in 1956 when he was a “raunchy” airman assigned as an MTI at Lackland AFB.  They were married in Feb 1957 in San Antonio.  Jim served 37 years of active duty in the USAF and retired out of Kelly AFB in 1991.  They had many great assignments in the Air Force including Dayton, Ohio; Los Angeles; New Mexico, and one of their favorites, The USAF Academy in Colorado where Jim taught astronautics for 4 years.  Jim has been teaching mathematics at USTA for the past 17 years. They have three children, six grandchildren, and four great- grand children. They both love traveling and recently spent

3 weeks touring  Spain, Italy, France and England and plan to take a Viking River Cruise out of Amsterdam in May, 2015.

 

 

SUE POWELL loves spending time with her favorite companion, Sally (a small Yorkie). She is on Facebook to keep up with kids and grandkids. Her hobbies are reading, scrapbooking, cross stitching and drinking wine. Well, maybe drinking wine isn’t a hobby but it’s always five o’clock somewhere. CHUCK POWELL is currently building an N-scale model railroad. He plays “at” golf with his golfing buddy, Lee Roy. He enjoys riding his motorcycle, a Honda Skyhawk. He loves aviation history and is also a Trekie fan. They both love to RV.

 

 

Road Runner Members.  Send me your informaion if want to post any. Use the contack sheet or send to   jmycue@gmail.com

    

 

     Becoming a Member

 

1.  Must be a member in

good standing of the Good

Sam National Organization.

 

2.  Attend two campouts

with Good Sam Roadrunners.

 

3.  Submit Roadrunners

membership application.

 

4.  Pay Roadrunner dues

when voted into the club.