2005 Fall Show

 

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Club News

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Support  Troops

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TMCA Meetings

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Classified Ads

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The M-1 Garand

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Parting Shot

TMCA Shoot

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Text Box: Club News
Text Box: The TMCA News
Text Box: The Tennessee Military Collectors Association
Text Box: October 2005
Text Box: Volume 30, Issue 2

Where:  Franklin Marriott Conference Center  @ Cool Springs
700 Cool Springs Blvd.,  Franklin, TN  37067
When:  Friday, November 25 - Dealer Set up & Members Only 9 am - 1 pm
Public Admitted 1pm - 7 pm
Saturday, November 26 -  8 am - 4 pm
Admission:  $5. for Non-Members TMCA Members get in free - Wear badge
Children under 12 free.  Also admitted free, if in uniform:  Members of US
Military, Fire and Police, R.O.T.C. and military re-enactment groups.
What Will Be There:  Uniforms, medals, insignia, badges, helmets, weapons. Buy-Sell-Trade.
Table Reservations:   6 FT. Tables ~ Member Prices:
Display  Tables - $20 each     Sale Tables - $45 each
Contact Bill Price @615-661-9379 to reserve.
Room Reservations at Hotel:  Call 615-261-6100, talk with Lori Sweet or Andi Eastep; ask to receive the TMCA discount price of $79. plus tax.
Deadline for this special rate is Wednesday,  November 2nd!

Text Box: 2005 Fall/Winter Show

This year’s Fall/Winter Show should be a lot of fun for all.  We       continue to hear a lot of compliments from our dealers and members about our shows and also on militaria chat rooms.  For that we are extremely grateful.  Our Fall/Winter shows are usually a sell out and we expect this one to be also.  Time and space are quickly running out, so book your tables as soon as you can.  The TMCA Christmas party is always a blast and it will be held again this year at the historic Cool Springs House in Brentwood, TN, On Tuesday, December 13,           6 pm -9 pm.  For more info call the TMCA hotline @ 615-661-9379 or check our website @ www.tmcaonline.org.   The TMCA Military Weapons Shoot was held in June with 25 members either competing or observing the weapons being fired.  The types of weapons ranged from a model 1862 Gatling Gun to a Swedish Mauser.  There were plenty of submachine guns to go around and many people experienced the thrill of shooting them for the first time.  We plan to have another shoot in the spring. The TMCA expresses gratitude to Jack and Barbara Ragland for the great job in securing the Stones River Range and running the shoot. 

 

 

 

Editors for this issue:   William C. Price, IV      Linda M. Price

Linda M. price