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  1. Hello from Central Ohio

    Thanks Bill! I'll send you an email shortly. Sean
  2. Hello from Central Ohio

    Thanks Darrell! I was not able to make the meeting today due to timing and weather, but I plan on being at the April meet.
  3. Hello from Central Ohio

    Thanks for the invite Lee. I'm only 30 minutes from the library. Does the club meet in one of the conference rooms there?
  4. Hello from Central Ohio

    My name is Sean. I'll be adding it to my signature block along with my current build soon.
  5. Hello from Central Ohio

    Hi all! I've been meaning to post here for some time. I've been registered for almost 4 years, better late than never I've been following this site for some time, reading over build logs, and trying out cheap MidWest kits before I posted an actual build. I currently build a lot of plastic amour and ship kits, and I am active with our local IPMS chapter. I used to build furniture a long time ago, but after selling our home a few years ago, I had no where to keep the tools and work. I did manage to take over our den and the wife has been completely supporting my hobby. I am a systems administrator for a local school district. Building models helps me relax and keeps me off a computer most evenings. I will be posting a build log of my current project shortly.
  6. Sea Watch Books

    Their certificate has expired. Looks like it ended on 9/23/17, they just need to renew it. It should still be safe to visit.

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