November Meeting:
Alien Cover-Ups
with JoAnne Donaldson
November 2, 2019

JoAnne Donaldson

During her time as a NASA biomedical engineer, JoAnn Donaldson was asked to cover up evidence of alien encounters on the Apollo 17 mission. JoAnne will join us via Zoom at our November meeting where she will discuss that incident and what else NASA might know about UFOs.


JoAnn Donaldson is a former DEA and NASA scientist who holds degrees in bio-medical engineering and computer science. Out of high school, she served 8 years in the US Air Force. She later went on to 14 years at NASA, during which time she worked on Apollo, Skylab, ASTP, and early shuttle as a bio-medical research scientist. After leaving NASA, she moved into commercial positions for 20 years, then returned to government work through contracts with the Department of Defense, the Army, and the VA. She spent the last 22 years of her career as CSI field agent for the DEA and is now retired.

Tell your friends and spread the word!
 
Our regular meeting day will be the FIRST SATURDAY of every MONTH, at the same time: 4:00-6:00pm, at the same location:7026 Old Katy Road Suite 264, Houston, TX 77024.

Please download the 2019 meeting calendar from this link and put it on your refrigerator! I will also have printed copies to hand out at the meetings.

There will be light snacks and drinks at the meeting. After the meeting we will go over to the Flying Saucer for a little while for dinner. This place has some good food, a great atmosphere and of course an incredible beer selection (and iced tea and soda for those who do not drink!)

Finally, We do not have a membership fee so we are asking for a $5.00 voluntary donation per person at the meeting. You are NOT required to donate. This money goes to pay for drinks and snacks at the general meeting, for the Meetup site fees, for any other expenses related to running the meetings and helps us to fund events. The books are completely open on this and I will have a spreadsheet of the account available at the general meetings if anyone is interested.

I hope to see you at the meeting and please get there a little early so we can get started. Don't forget to BRING A FRIEND!

As always, Keep your eyes to the skies!

--Steve