WAMALUG: Meeting: August 8, 2004

George Mason University
Arlington Original Building
Room 115
3401 North Fairfax Drive
Arlington, Virginia

Jim brought containers he and Abe had assembled with a yellow body and blue details.

Maelee labeled containers that she and Jim have prepared for DelVaLUG. There is no evidence Abe photographed the containers.

The transparent labels that Constantine printed in color with the club’s logo and a commemoration of the club’s fifth anniversary were trimmed, and Marian and Michael helped to apply the labels.

Michael brought a house…

…and a bus.

Packed with detail!

Stephen brought 4505 Sea Machines.

Ken, Mike, Marian, and Christina built a section of a mosaic depicting the Nation’s Capitol which will be displayed at BrickFest™.

Marian shows off her experience with assembling mosaics.

Joe has a new planetarium and a sort of fountain pool to join his other civic structures.

Jim contributes his response to a challenge: barbarians attack Pizza Palace.

Magnus laid out his castle. Could he look any happier?

Mike built in microscale: a Laundromat…

…his parents’ house.

Mike also built a swim club in micro scale, a house in minifig scale, and (also) the Lincoln Memorial and the Pentagon in nanoscale.

Nick brought flying police vehicles.

Kevin and Constantine completed the mosaic section and proceeded to perform quality assurance on the prior assembly.

Jeff hand-crafted Peace from Wizards .

Brick identification badges were distributed to the members in attendance. The polo shirt and bylaw rewriting projects have not advanced any. There will be a 6′×6′ display by the club at BrickFest. Volunteers for Fall for Fairfax are identified. Coordinators reported on plans for subsequent events. There is agreement to pursue a blog and/or a wiki. Custom minifigs bearing the logo of the club were distributed by Christina.

Joe applies labels printed with the WAMALUG logo to minifig torsos.

Metroliner toy in profile. …back to the top of the page

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Links to photographs

Jim points us to this image of the design for the labels applied to the DelVaLUG containers and a folder of photographs of the completed container .