Contact Information

Everett Astronomical Society
P.O. Box 13272
Mill Creek, WA 98082

Electronic mail address: folkerts at seanet.com
Web address: http://everettastro.org/
Phone: (425) 486-9733

Club Officer Information

Title Name Contact for Contact Info
President Mark Folkerts Schedule & run the club monthly meetings. folkerts at seanet.com
Vice-President Open Run monthly meetings if President is absent, and store/loan club telescopes.
Librarian Chris Dennis Maintain the club books, movies, and software; and check materials out to members.  
Treasurer Jerry Galt Collect club mail, and club dues, pay club bills, and maintain the club membership rolls. jerryg at genwest.com
Newsletter co-editor #1 Mark Folkerts Organize and publish Stargazer newsletter on a monthly basis. folkerts at seanet.com
Newsletter co-editor #2 Open Contribute columns or articles for the Stargazer on a regular basis.  
ALCOR Joanne Green Astronomical League information, Messier or Herschel club awards. joagreen at aol.com
Web Development Support Cody Gibson Website design, maintenance, comments, suggestions, problems. cgibson41 at austin.rr.com
Programs chairperson Ron Mosher Contact potential speakers and invite them for monthly meeting, schedule the speakers, and introduce them at meetings.  
Star party organizer Ron Tam Organize regular monthly suburban star parties March-November, and potentially other observing events as well.  
Astronomy Day Chairperson Mike Kolzak Reserve venues for annual Astronomy Day events, organize participants and publicity.  
Publicity Chairperson Open Contact news media, and e-mail and blog to raise public awareness of EAS activities.  
Outreach Chairperson Open Coordinate requests from public for EAS member volunteers to conduct star parties or presentations at visits to schools, senior centers, scout meetings, etc. We often have requests for members of the EAS to come and help with an ‘astronomy night’ event from local schools, scout groups, senior homes, or similar groups. Usually this would be in the form of a star party at their gathering, or perhaps a short slide show or night sky talk. Providing education and support to the community about interest astronomy is one of the main missions of the EAS. A star party night can be a rewarding event for all involved. Please email Mark Folkerts with your interest (or suggestions).  
Sidewalk Astronomy Committee   Plan and conduct urban/suburban sidewalk astronomy events to allow passers-by to experience astronomy. Needs 2-3 people for each event, and to schedule events. We are looking for volunteers who could do a series of Sidewalk Astronomy sessions this spring and summer, at a local park or public venue. For safety, moral support, and effectiveness, this should be done in teams of at least two people with telescopes. Special events like eclipse or comets especially draw the interest of the public.