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From VexTab #49, by Ted Kaye (& John Hood) It’s been 20 years! The Portland Flag Association had its roots in the local organizing committee for the 28th annual meeting of the North American Vexillological Association. The organization itself was conceived at a sub-meeting of NAVA 28, held in Portland, Oregon, in October 1994. It… Continue reading The PFA Turns 20
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The Vexilloid Tabloid is the bimonthly newsletter of the Portland Flag Association, edited by Ted Kaye. Each issue features the What’s That Flag? quiz, Flags in the News (news stories featuring flags), Flutterings (highlights from the last PFA meeting), and Portland Flag Miscellany (news about Portland's city flag), as well as feature articles on flag-related topics… Continue reading Join our mailing list
Due to the expected SNOTASTROPHE on Thursday the 13th, we are meeting a week later than usual this month. Join us at 7 p.m. on Thursday, 20 November 2014, at Michael Orelove's home in Gresham. For directions, see the next meeting page.
Roberto Breschi, who runs the site "Bandieri Passato e Presente", has kindly included us in his list of vexillological associations and their flags. Check it out: http://www.rbvex.it/interpag/societa6.html
Everyone who drove on S.E. 39th Avenue opposite Laurelhurst Park knew the Flag House. Portlanders enjoyed the changing daily display of three flags—all flown for some special reason—by John Hood. There, with his long-time companion Vivian Jackson, he built a collection of over 600 full-size flags and enthusiastically shared them with passersby based on a… Continue reading John Hood 1934-2011
We had another lively discussion, this time in the somewhat hard to find Tupelo Alley "Eco-Lounge". We had decent attendance, though we particularly missed John Hood, who was unable to attend due to health issues. Here are a few highlights, each with an illustration! Scott Mainwaring and Ted Kaye gave a brief report on their… Continue reading Notes on the September 2011 meeting
The answer, of course, is no one. However, as John reveals in his Open Letter to Members in the latest edition of The Vexilloid Tabloid, someone must replace John as editor of this venerable publication if it is to continue. Over 29 issues John has diligently and with great humor built the Tabloid into one… Continue reading Who could replace John Hood?
All 25 issues of our newsletter The Vexilloid Tabloid are now available as PDF files. Kudos to our esteemed vexillological puzzlemaster, newshound, and editor, John Hood!