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Schph Gochi (Phyllis Schulte)
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 23, 2009 9:58 am    Post subject: Nar Shaddaa Base Missions Accomplished Reply with quote

In the event that the casual observer would stop by to check us out...
I kinda wanted to make sure you knew we are definitely out in costume and active.

I will post some of the events that we have done since the official launch of our Base at the start of October.

I hope that others follow suit and share their mission reports and photos with everyone..
I love to see the Rebels out there...well..Rebelling!
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 23, 2009 9:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This request came through the Midwest Garrison for all costumes to come out and cheer on participants. We were not there as fundraisers this time but only for "atmosphere" for the walkers.

10-4-09 From 8:00 AM till 11:30 AM

Rebels present were:

Thomas "Crix" Turner
Cheryl "Whinter Fenlynn" - undercover in Biker Scout
Myself in Jedi costumes

Crix and I put on our walking boots and joined members of the Midwest Garrison at the Ron Santo walk for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation yesterday. It was a little brisk at the start, and there was a lot of mud around from recent rains...but that didn't dampen our spirits nor those of the participants.



Interesting to note that one of our Stormtroopers carries an emercency supply of insulin on the belt of his costume as he suffers from diabetes himself.

A few photos:


"Hey, we're walking here"....






What do Stormtroopers do when things get dull on the old Death Star??




Some of the great people there:










more:

http://s201.photobucket.com/albums/aa304/schphgochi/Ron%20Santo%20walk%20for%20JDRF%2010-4-09/?start=0
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 23, 2009 10:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

my Hat Trick for the weekend - 3 events in 2 days.


Pottery Barn For Kids
Oakbrook, IL





I was not able to do the last outings for Pottery Barn, but this time I managed to sqeeze this one in before the DK event.

I honestly was not prepared for the line of people waiting just to see us. The line started forming at 8:30 AM and the event did not start till 10:00 AM. As I always say- "it's Star Wars-a line is implied".

When the door opened it was 2 hours of non-stop autographs and photos. I think my retinas are permanently damaged by camera flashes. The line just never seemed to go down as I could see it wind down the aisle and out the front door. I was afraid that we would not get to everyone before the noon deadliine. We all HAD to leave at noon as all 4 of us had DK events to do at other locations at 2:00 PM. We somehow managed to speed the line along for the last 45 minutes and got to see everyone in line. Just like McDonalds - over 2 million served...lol..

Everyone was (store employees included) were very welcoming and we had a great time.

The best part is that for our efforts and the efforts of RL and 501st all over the country, a $10,000.00 donation has been made to St. Jude.

Participants:

Thomas "Crix" Turner (RL) - X-Wing Pilot - RL member
Mike "Remo" Riemma (TI-1659) - TIE Pilot - Midwest Garrison
Cheryl "Whinter" Whitaker (TI/TB-3127) - Biker Scout - MWG, RL and TJA member
Phyllis "Schph Gochi" Schulte (ID/TK-1951) - Jedi - MWG, RL and TJA member


More photos:
http://s201.photobucket.com/albums/aa304/schphgochi/Pottery%20Barn%20for%20Kids-Oakbrook-10-10-09/
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As with locations all over the country, the new DK Publication on "Star Wars" Legos arrived in LaGrange IL right on time.

As zero hour approached all of the seats in the Special Events area were filled and the entire area behind and on all sides was filled to standing room only with some folks left to peering over the bookcases from the sidelines.

Before the event started I hung around the area awhile (I was still in my Jedi costume from the Pottery Barn event I had just come from) and found a young lady and her dad looking over the new book. Speaking to them I found out that this young lady (around 9 or 10 years old) and all of her friends were HUGE "Clone Wars" fans and gather each Friday night to watch the latest episode on Cartoon Network. They never miss an episode.

We promptly made our entrance shortly after 2:00 PM and Kristin Sohacki of Borders led off the festivities with a costume contest for kids who might have brought their costumes along. Then one of the other Borders employees led a Trivia question challenge with prizes for the winners. After that she had questions for us as members of the 501st. Thanks to Jessi Tampa for answering all of the questions regarding the 501st for our helmeted members. Then the floor was opened up for questions to Jessi.

Lastly, everyone was invited for photos and autographs.

Thanks to all of our troops that were able to come. Special thanks to Remo for also doing a "double header" as he also did the Pottery Barn event right before this one.

Thanks also to Jessi Tampa for all of the tasks of support.
and
lastly to "Zombie Bunny" (Rob Hamilton's better half) for taking mostly all of the photos that I have to offer....manning the cameras of others can be a pain...so I thank you very much.

PARTICIPANTS:

Darth Vader: Jim Tampa SL1020
Stormtrooper: Mark VanSlyke - TK8063 - Rebel Legion-Nar Shaddaa Base
Snowtrooper: Joe Flores - TS1296
Tie Pilot: Mike Riemma - TI1659
Biker Scout: Robert Hamilton TB-8310
Jedi: Phyllis Schulte - TK1951 - Rebel Legion/Nar Shaddaa Base- Jedi Assembly (event coordinator)













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http://s201.photobucket.com/albums/aa304/schphgochi/DK-Lego%20Bk%20Release%20LaGrange%2010-10-09/?start=0
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 23, 2009 10:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote





In a departure from the norm...
I actually wore my Stormtrooper Armor to this.


It was a rather bizzarre day in Mokena (my home town) as we set up a last donation station for our Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk coming up next Sunday....
in the end...we took in $120.00 for the MSABC team.

We operated out of the parking lot at Berkots grocery store. We got a LOT of beeping and waving and some cars of kids stopped by for photos and to donate.

We did have one man who saw an item in the local paper about our MSABC walk and came by to purchase an armband that I make for the team...and for those wishing to remember loved ones.

We had an Imperial bucket and a Rebel bucket....the Rebels were winning...but Steve cheated and threw in extra money into the Empire bucket...
but...
all in good fun...
and all for a good cause.

At one point Crix and I walked down the block to the Firestation that was having an Open House and we got $20.00 off of the Mayor of Mokena...he gave $10.00 each to the Empire and the Rebellion...you can tell he is a politician.....

Laughing

At any rate...
thanks to our Participants..
the few...
the proud...
the downright crazy!


Steve Szyndrowski- ID-3052 - Imperial Officer
Thomas "Crix" Turner - X-Wing Pilot
Phyllis Schulte - TK1951-Schph Gochi - Stormtrooper
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Making Strides Against Breast Cancer is a non competitive 5K to raise funds and awarness during October which is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

For the past month our troops have been busy fundraising via 2 small "Donation Stations" and from their friends, families, and co-workers.

This team of rather unsual Breast Cancer walkers raised an astonishing $4,016.00 (at last count). Part of the money raised was on pink armbands that carried the name of someone who was either "honored" (still alive and battling cancer) or "remembered" (someone lost to cancer). Each of the team members had an armband with their name and logos of the Midwest Garrison and Nar Shaddaa Base on one arm and wore armbands for the armbands of the others who we were honoring and remembering.

Thanks to our participants who absolutely went above and beyond. It isn't easy hauling your behind out of bed at 6:00 AM (and earlier) on a Sunday morning when the temperatures outside are at about the freezing mark.

My hats off to all of you (in no particular order):

Rich Markle SL 1781
Mark Van Slyke TB 8063 – Rebel Fleet Trooper
Cheryl Whitaker TB/TI 3127
Neil G Auer TK 3446
Aimee Jorgensen TB/DZ 0101
Jason Sands TD 1590
Ted O’Sullivan SL/TI 0943
Thomas “Crix” Turner X-Wing Pilot
Steven Szyndrowski TK/ID 3052
Joe “River” Rivera CC 3166
Kyle Dorethy TI 4982
Michael Hoppin X-Wing Pilot-Sunrider Base
Paul Bregola friend of the Empire
Vicki Silva TI/TK 7118
Ed Silva TK 4544
Jody McQuarters DZ/TK 6443
Laura Schulte-Cooper TK for a Day
Chris Mazzoni TK/BH 4117
Paul Mazzoni TK/SL 2633
Phyllis Schulte TK/ID 1951-Rebel Fleet Trooper

I hope I got at least one photo of everyone!






and...
of course...
my favorite because it has my sister Laura in my TK armor with me in RFT...
Sibling rivalry....lol..



and...
Get your screening or else:



More photos:
http://s201.photobucket.com/albums/aa304/schphgochi/MSABC%202009/
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 23, 2009 10:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The new hardcover "Death Troopers" was released last week and the author is out on a booksigning tour. His tour brought him to Oak Brook IL on Monday night. Since the book featured a Stormtrooper bucket on the cover...I decided to wear my TK to this event.





Date: 10-19-09
Place: Borders Books-Oak Brook IL

Participants:
Thomas "Crix" Turner - X-Wing Pilot
Cheryl "Whinter Fenlynn" - RL member undercover in Biker Scout
Robert Hamilton - Biker Scout
Patrick Higgins - Shadow Trooper
Phyllis "Schph Gochi" - Short TK....
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PostPosted: Mon Oct 26, 2009 1:34 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

This was one of the MANY events taking place nationwide to hope promte the release of the Lego Star Wars Visual Dictionary.

The employees of the Lego store were very excited to see us, and incredibly accomodating for our troops at this location. We were all suited up and set to go right at 2, and there seemed to be a miscommunication about how long we would be there, since they thought we were only there until 3, but were excited to find out we would be there until 4. We were greeted by quite a crowd of kids and parents, and for the ensuing 2 hours, spent most of our time signing autographs but occassionally some of us were able to break away and stand near the doors to help draw attention from passerbys and bring them into the store.
The kids were generally well behaved and it was a really fun troop!

Photos can be found here:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/43336506@N05/sets/72157622434097379/

Attending were:
REBEL Extraordinaire
CRIX
"always outnumbered never out gunned"

501 st memebers
TK-3052 Steve Szyndrowski
TK-8114 James Norman
SL-1950 Kris Krajewski
TC-3697 Patrick Higgins

had lots of fun...I must of signed 1000 autographs!





I VERY OWN X-WING!!!

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 26, 2009 7:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Costume workshop yesterday in Chicago....
I got quit a bit of my X-Wing flightsuit torn apart for "re-modeling"...











Lionel even played us a tune on his Italian bagpipes...
"Ode to Joy"



First and foremost...
Thank you

Neil Auer
Anthony Day
Jen Loomis
and
Kathy Van B for coming out yesterday.


I am glad that we were able to solve your snap dilemma Neil
and
also glad you and Jen found some things you could use as Sax Leather.

Just like Sax, Lionel's Studio is something that one needs to experience in person...
I usually feel 100% more creative just walking through the door. The photos above are just a small portion of that which Lionel has stashed everywhere in his building and in several other garages. Lionel sees possiblities in all things and never likes to throw anything away.

Thanks to Neil and Jen for bringing some goodies...and glad you liked the Sloppy Joes...made from sauce home grown and home canned from my vegetable garden.

At any rate....
again...
thank you for coming!

a few photos:
http://s201.photobucket.com/albums/aa304/schphgochi/Armor%20PartyLionel%2010-25-09/
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 27, 2009 1:43 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The Italian Bagpipe looks interesting; I am sorry to have missed that.
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PostPosted: Sun Nov 15, 2009 9:24 am    Post subject: Reply with quote



Yesterday's event at the Glen Ellyn Public Library..

Rebel Participants:
Thomas "Crix" Turner: X-Wing Pilot
Andrew "Jack Killian" Marsh: X-Wing Pilot
Phyllis "Schph Gochi" Schulte: Jedi

I brought my entire "bag of tricks" out for this one as members of the Midwest Garrison and Nar Shaddaa Base were called upon to throw a "Star Wars Extravaganza" at the Glen Ellyn Public Library.

Mike "Remo" Riemma (Tie Pilot) was the event co-ordinator for this and other MWG members were:
Rob Miller - Biker Scout
Eric Scheuneman - Stormtrooper
Jason Patterson - Darth Vader
Steve Szyndrowski - Imperial Officer


I brought along my "Target Shoot" game




parts of my "Pin the Arm on the Wampa" game



and
the "Lightsaber Training" game:



The traffic through the games was non-stop....
Andrew and I were stationed at the Lightsaber game and I never got out of my corner for nearly 2 hours..

all of the participants seemed to have a good time...

although...
I am not sure who had more fun as choas reigned supreme before the "kids" were let into the area at 2:00...our "kids" were busy shooting each other with the nerf blasters.

Some favorite photos:








More photos:

http://s201.photobucket.com/albums/aa304/schphgochi/Glen%20Ellyn%20Library%2011-14-09/
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PostPosted: Mon Dec 07, 2009 7:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote



It was a busy day for us Rebels here in Nar Shaddaa Base...
before we headed down to the United Center for "Star Wars In Concert", Augie Webster (XO Nar Shaddaa Base) and I also attended the Toy Con Charity Toy Show in Bridgeview IL.

Members of the Midwest Garrison and Nar Shaddaa Base have been participating in this event each year since 2004.

We all bring toys along with us that are donated to Children's Treasure Chest for Pediatric Oncology. Children's Treasure Chest provides toys to kids undergoing treatments for serious illnesses. It is hoped that the toys will help them through the difficult treatment process.

Photos are taken with our participants for a donation of $10.00. The money raised is used to buy gift cards for the older kids undergoing treatments.

I am uncertain as to how much we raised.....but the important thing is...we came...with toys...and we did raise money.

Thanks to our Participants!!

Joe Flores - Snowtrooper - TS 1296
Jason Patterson - Darth Vader - SL 1719
Rich Markle - Snowtrooper - TS 1781
Phyllis Schulte - Hoth Trench Trooper - TK1951
Cheryl Whitaker - Biker Scout - TB 3127
Rudy Grasha - Boba Fett - BH 3620
Cherri Kryzowski - Tie Pilot - TI 4026
Ed Kryzowski - Tusken Raider - DZ 4438
Mark Van Slyke - General Grevious - TB 8063
Jeffrey Baron - Tie Pilot TI 9131
Augie Webster - Rebel Fleet Trooper - BH 9397
Chris Schwarz - Biker Scout - TB9442
Rudy Grasha Jr. - Stormtrooper

Lord Vader was not pleased that I got the drop on a couple of his Snowtroopers...




but...
we kissed and made up...



More photos:

http://s201.photobucket.com/albums/aa304/schphgochi/Toy%20Con%202009%2012-6-09/
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 15, 2009 7:25 pm    Post subject: Discovery World - Milwaukee - Ocotber 2009 Reply with quote

On October 22nd, the Nar Shaddaa Base, Midwest Garrison, and the R2 builders group converged upon Discovery World Museum in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Discovery World is a hands on museum specializing in connecting innovation, science, technology and the environment with exploration and learning through interactive exhibits and experiential learning programs.

Members from all three organizations took over two of the huge labs with displays of our costumes and props from not only the star wars movies, but also Ghostbusters, Indiana Jones, Harry Potter and Monty Python and the Holy Grail to name a few. Two additional labs were designated as prop building rooms where a biker scout build took place for new member Tom Hobson and various props were constructed. Rebel Legion member Bob Kohn (SoloYT1300) and 501st member Arturo Delgado (BH 412) held a step by step demonstration of a live cast technique, used in mask making, on the promenade. Members also participated in a costume panel detailing construction of Rebel, Imperial, and Ghostbusters costumes.

Many members also spent time walking through the museum in costume and posing for pictures with fans young and old alike. Many of the children that came to see us were also dresses as their favorite Star Wars character which added to the fun.

Participants:
Alan “lukewan” Stafford
Arturo Delgado (BH 412)
Beret “Leia YT1300” Balestrieri Kohn (BH 7361)
Beth “Blue” Johnson (BH 5852)
Bob Dziura (TK1656)
Bob “SoloYT1300” Kohn
Brian Hagerstrand (DZ 9637) & Family
Cheryl “Whinter” Whittaker (TB 3127)
Chris Hansen – photos
Chris Jaskie (SL 8251)
Corey Brant
Craig (r2 builder)
Darryl Sorensen (IC 4050)
Deidra “Princess Dee” Culp
Geoff Pfeiffer (TK 4813)
Jerry Budde (TK084)
Jerry Treiber (DZ 5591)
Joe “River” Rivera (CC 3166)
John “Harts” Hartly
John Michael Townsend (TK 2523)
Kaitlyn Thornton
Keri Koceja (TK 6629)
Kevin Koceja(BH 6628)
Kristal Brant (TB 6575)
Kyle Dorethy (TI 4982)
Kyle Rummel (TK 2526)
Neil Auer (TI 3446)
Paul Hayden – R2 Builders
Phil “Skyjammer” Zeman (TC 2720)
Quinn V Chovanec (TK 8175)
Sara “JediRacer8” Zeman (SL 3881)
Scott Goebel (IC 6773)
Shaun Kempf (BH 2049)
Stephanie “SquiggyJo” Butzen
Steven Szyndrowski (ID 3052)
Trent “CC585” Thornton (SL 585)
Tom Hobson
Tom “Crix” Turner




additional photos: http://s191.photobucket.com/albums/z66/sl585/501st%202009/10-24%20Discovery%20World/?start=all
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 15, 2009 9:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WOW!! That looks like a Lucasfilm display!

Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked Shocked
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 15, 2009 9:35 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Collectively we could probably have our own museum..
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