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Johnson Space Center here in Clear Lake/Galveston Bay Area

Good Morning All from the home of the Johnson Space Center here in Clear Lake/Galveston Bay Area!  Well, the final launch is off and I was blessed enough to be there.  In fact my husband and I were interviewed by our local Channel 13 news stations at Jetty Park in Florida and that interview aired on the 6:00 news the evening of the launch.  It was thrilling to witness that launch with the thousands that had gathered there at Jetty Park.  I am distressed as our manned space program is closing, especially with friends I know losing their jobs and moving to other locations around the U.S., but I do know that this is America and we will continue in space.  There will be a new program where America continues to be number one in space.  I can only hope that in 2012, with a new administration, that we continue our dominance in space.  So many benefits has been brought to us from our space exploration and there is more to come.  God Bless ALL the workers at NASA, past and present.  Thank you for your service to our Nation!  Save travel home Atlantis!

Now, here in the Seabrook area we will be honoring our space program at the Seabrook  Association Meeting.  Here is the information regarding that meeting coming up this week!

Seabrook Association “Space Shuttle Tribute”  Event

RSVP (281-474-2511) Lakewood Yacht Club Ballroom

July 20, 2011  5:30 Social   6:00 – 7:00 Meeting 

 Cash bar  –  Cake and Punch

JSC Astronauts and Dignitaries will give a shuttle tribute

presentation.

There is of course more happening here in the area.  Kemah has decided to go back to their past practice of fireworks every Friday night in July, so remember, tonight is firework night at the Kemah Boardwalk.   Remember Kid Krazy Mondays at Kemah Boardwalk, here is some information on that; http://www.kemahboardwalk.com/documents/KidKrazy.pdf.  Also, every Thursday is Rock the Dock in Kemah as well. 

Do you want to honor one of our fallen heroes?  Lt. Cmdr. William P. Egan has returned home to Texas.  He has been MIA/KIA in Vietnam since 1966.  He was found in 2009 and confirmation that it was indeed him in February 2011.  I was on I45 yesterday when he returned home with hundreds of Patriot Guard escorting him to Forest Park East.  My friend Michele and her son Alex and I stood on the side of the road with our country’s flag as he returned.  Tomorrow, Saturday, July 16th, 2011, his family will be escorted from Clear Lake Park by the Patriot Guard to Lt. Cdmr. Egan’s service at Forest Park East.  Me and my friends plan to be on Nasa Road One with our flags to show our support and thanks to his family for their sacrifice to our country.  If you would like to show your support of the family, please be on Nasa Road One with your flag at 9:00 a.m. Saturday morning.    It is sad that I feel compelled to say this, but please only those that wish to show RESPECT.  This family has waited 45 years to bring this son, husband, father, brother home.  God Bless you Lt. Cmdr. Egan and your family, I pray you are in our Father’s arms!  Thank you for your service and ultimate sacrifice for this nation and each of us. 

Glenna Adovasio

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