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Q: Who can be a Member of Glenview Hangar One Foundation (“Hangar One”)?
Q: What are my responsibilities as a member of Glenview Hangar One Foundation?
Q: What are the advantages of membership to Glenview Hangar One Foundation?

Q: Who can be a Member of Glenview Hangar One Foundation (“Hangar One”)?

A: Anyone who is interested in supporting our mission and goals. Our membership consists of US military veterans and active US military personnel, and US civilians (individuals, families, and students) who have a connection to Naval Air Station Glenview, are patriotic or have an interest in military aviation. We have student members as young as 5 years old, and senior citizen members in their 80s and beyond :: top ::

Q: What are my responsibilities as a member of Glenview Hangar One Foundation?

A: We ask you to pay annual dues, and select a choice of membership contribution levels. Hangar One recommends joining at the Cornerstone, Sponsor and Family membership levels. As a member in good standing, you will also be asked to cast your vote at balloting times, for Officers, Directors, and other issues that our resolution requires be voted on.. :: top ::

Q: What are the advantages of membership to Glenview Hangar One Foundation?

A: You will be part of a growing nationwide organization of people who recognize and honor the role played by the veterans of Naval Air Station Glenview in World War II and subsequent military conflicts. We worked to preserve its icon, Hangar One as part of The Glen Town Center, and develop Navy Park for inclusion in The Glen Town Center. Future goals of the Glenview Hangar One Foundation include the creation of a permanent Naval Air Station Glenview Museum and a Challenger Learning Center (an educational facility emphasizing the application of science to the field of aviation) to be located in Glenview, preferably in the Glen at the Glen Town Center. The current Naval Air Station Glenview Museum is located in temporary space at 1951 Tower Drive at the Glen Town Center (next to Jos. A. Bank).

For 2004, a new membership category, Cornerstone, has been created. For a minimum $500 donation, Cornerstone contributors (with consent) are recognized in perpetuity as contributors to the Naval Air Station Glenview Museum as all proceeds from Cornerstone contributions are restricted to the budget for the execution of the Naval Air Station Glenview Museum.  Cornerstone sponsors also receive a one-year membership to the Glenview Hangar One Foundation.

Your membership dues are fully tax-deductible, as Hangar One is a not-for-profit 501 (C) (3) entity under the US Tax Code. Members receive a newsletter, published several times each year, informing them of the Foundation's current activities and future plans. You are eligible to vote at the Annual Meeting, and at other times for other issues, and participate in the special aviation related, and awareness fund raising, events Hangar One sponsors during the year.

For additional membership information, please contact John Crawford at 847-291-6941 or johnmaryglobe@aol.com :: top ::


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