Monthly Dinner Special Guest Speaker
November 4, 2015
No Host Bar Starts: 6:00 p.m.
Dinner Starts at 7:00 p.m.
John Lindsey is a media relations representative and marine meteorologist for Pacific Gas and Electric Company at Diablo Canyon Power Plant.
He has worked for PG&E for more than 12 years. He has forecasted weather and oceanographic conditions along the Central Coast of California for over 25 years.
He has forcasted weather along the Central Coast of California and can be heard every morning on 920 KVEC radio. John writes a weekly column that appears in Sunday's edition San Luis Obispo Tribune, Santa Maria Times, Lompoc Record and Santa Ynez Valley News.
Prior to working with PG&E, he was a marine meteorologist and research scientist with Tenera Environmental. John also served in the U.S. Navy for over 24 years. He attended Santa Rosa Junior College, California and Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, California. He successfully completed the U.S. Naval Aviation Meteorology and Oceanography Program at Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida. He is currently on the Board of Directors of the PG&E Veterans Employee Resource Group and the president of the board of directors Point San Luis Lighthouse Keepers. He was also named Los Osos citizen of the year.
John currently lives in Los Osos, California and is married to Trisha. They have two children, Chloe 17 and Sean 11.
View pictures from October dinner click here.
Dinner is catered and open to the public ($17/person), reservations are required prior to 6 p.m., Monday prior to dinner, either On-line HERE or call 805 296-1935
Our new Naval Nuclear Display in Freedom Hall donated by Martin and Patty Wright was recently featured in a West Coast PGE publication! Martin's passion for nuclear power and all of its applications, particularly in the Navy, led to him create a new display at the Estrella Warbirds Museum in Paso Robles, where he has been a member for the past 25 years. It is the first collection in the impressive museum to focus on the nuclear Navy. It features models of nuclear-powered vessels from both the U.S. Navy and Russian Navy which he built himself, along with a significant portion of the memorabilia from both services he has collected over the past 15 years. Some of the pieces are from the U.S.S. Long Beach where he served from 1982 through 1986. It took Wright nearly two-and-a-half months to put together the display, which takes up a prominent corner in the museum.
Stop in and see the installation of Naval Nuclear history. Kudos Martin!
Museum Docents Make it all Happen!
Estrella Warbirds Museum relies on an outstanding cast of volunteer docents to help run the museum, the gift shop, the automobile display.
It's a great place to make new friends and meet people from all over the world that stop by Paso Robles to visit the museum!
If you would like to volunteers a few hours each month, or week, let us know. We would love to meet you! Stop by the museum or find more information here.
B- 17 Visits Paso Robles and Estrella Warbird Museum. Special thanks to Michael Levine for sharing pictures of the event.