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First Newsletter Editor: 

Richard Henry

Second Newsletter Editor:

Nolan Bailey

Third Newsletter Editor:

Dan O’Mara

Present Newsletter Editor:

J. C. Arrington

 

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Circa 1982-1985

Editor:  Richard Henry

Newsletter 1

One        

Number 1

May 1997

Editor:  Nolan Bailey

First Firebird Flyer published.

Dick Henry was editor for an earlier newsletter not entitled the Firebird Flyer.

 

Flyer 1

One        

Number 2

November 1997

Editor:  Nolan Bailey

First Reunion Issue of Flyer

Flyer 2

 

 

Editor:  Dan O’Mara

Flyer 3

 

 

Editor:  Dan O’Mara

Flyer 4

 

 

Editor:  Dan O’Mara

Flyer 5

 

Eleven   

  

Number 1

November 5, 2007

First Arrington Issue - Reunion

Flyer 11 - 1

Eleven

Number 2

January 15, 2008

Second Arrington Issue - Reunion

Flyer 11 - 2

Twelve

Number 1

April 22, 2009

Third Arrington Issue

Flyer 12 - 1

Thirteen

Number 1

February 21, 2010

Fourth Arrington Issue

Flyer 13-1

Thirteen

Number 2

November 10, 2010

Fifth Arrington Issue

Flyer 13-2

Fifteen

Number 2

January 29, 2012

Sixth Arrington Issue

Flyer 15-2

Fifteen

Number 3

October 5, 2012

Seventh Arrington Issue

Flyer 15-3

Sixteen

Number 1

June 1, 2013

Eighth Arrington Issue

Flyer 16-1

Seventeen

Number 1

February 5, 2014

Ninth Arrington Issue

Flyer 17-1

Seventeen

Number 2

June 25, 2014

Tenth Arrington Issue

Flyer 17-2

Eighteen

Number 1

August 31, 2015

Eleventh Arrington Issue

Flyer 18-1

 

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