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Terry McLaughlin. A view of his years with the ISM-NY/NJ forum By Larry Clark, C.P.M. On the road with Terry… ”Did you bring the pink flamingo?”.

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terry mclaughlin

Terry McLaughlin

A view of his years with the

ISM-NY/NJ forum

By Larry Clark, C.P.M.

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Stamford CT 1999, Arrival of Terri Tracy, National, Nick Tamburrini NAPM-Rochester, Director DVIII, Terry, Secretary DVIII. A three district conference to roll out the new plan for ISM.

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District VIII Hospitality suit in Stamford. The pink flamingo is found! NAPM-7 Counties wins the coveted Pink Flamingo award!

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Terry say’s “let’s start up a forum to replace DVIII”. He offers to help as Vice-Chair. A committee consisting of Lois Beatty, NAPM 7 Counties, Vic Catalano, NAPM-NJ, Chris Hayes, NAPM-R and myself met to write-up plan. Forum would start in June 2001.

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The next NAPM conference was in Pittsburg, 2000. Terry was still Secretary. We worked hard all day, and had fun at night. Meme Ransom -NAPM Twin Tiers, ? , Elizabeth Blackman-NAPM-ENY, Warren Stricoff -NAPM-LI

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terry and i in pittsburg 2000 we were wandering around looking for a brew pub known as valhalla
Terry and I in Pittsburg, 2000. We were wandering around looking for a brew pub known as “Valhalla”.

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At the Valhalla. That’s Warren Stricoff from NAPM Long Island with his back to the camera. He was active the first few years especially in the skits.

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One of many stops on ride home from Pittsburg. Doug Freeman and Sherri Pappas -NAPM-Greater Syracuse rode back with us. Sherry took the picture.

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In February of 2001 we used this valentine to invite DNA’s to the last DVIII council meeting in Binghamton. The photo was taken at a NAPM –Greater Syracuse dinner meeting in Feb. 2001.

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Terry and Shipman Award winner Ray Clayton NAPM-NJ, at 2002 workshop/conference. Ray was the last DVIII director and supported the forum. Notice the missing pink flamingo was found and sitting on podium.

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Hospitality. Terry pours a cocktail.Doesn’t he remind you of Tom Cruise in the movie Cocktail… “You shake it to the left, shake it to the right!”

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Terry and a conference speaker, Doug Freeman from NAPM Syracuse. The flamingo shirts were our first fund raiser. We sold out.

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Terry and I rounding up the flamingos, and getting ready to take a trip to Corning. Terry drove this one time.

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stick em up and hand over your flamingos a western skit at workshop in corning
Stick ‘em up and hand over your flamingos – A western skit at workshop in Corning.

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The “Flamingo Kid and “Saddle Sore” Stricoff are tied up, While Elizabeth Blackman narrates. Later on “Chief Flaming Mingo” and his daughter rescue the kid. The kid has to marry the chiefs daughter to save the forum.

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terry during the award ceremony a special night will he receive the erlicher or the pink flamingo
Terry during the award ceremony. A special night. Will he receive the Erlicher or the pink flamingo?

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Terry receives the Erlicher award in 2002! 20 Years of dedicated service to NAPM Greater Syracuse, District VIII and ISM-NY/NJ.

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Terry and I were invited to speak at several of the affiliates. Here Terry visits NAPM-Buffalo, where he was welcomed by Maddie Manganiello.

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Besides narrating the skits Elizabeth Blackman, C.P.M., was the “glue that held us together” between events. She was the first ISM-NY/NJ Secretary/Treasurer and was awarded Erlicher Award in 2003. Elizabeth was with NAPM-ENY.

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As facilities committee chair, Terry would arrange with hotels for conferences and council meetings. Several of our council meetings were held Syracuse. Kathy Perna, Guy Haddix, Terry and Elizabeth Blackman.

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At the 2004 conference in Glens Falls, Vic Catalano receives the Erlicher Award. Vic represented NAPM-NJ on the ISM-NY/NJ organizing committee.

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The next year back in Binghamton. Phil Kelley starts the awards ceremony, little does Terry suspect he will be called.

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Terry is announced as winner of the pink flamingo award! Something to do with negotiating free electric seats in his new car. (He is so surprised he forgets the award goes to an affiliate now, not an individual.)

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Finally, Terry is told it’s a joke… “ Give it back you didn’t really win the pink flamingo.”( It went to NAPM-Greater Syracuse for the twilight zone)

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workshop in binghamton 2008 it s off to the races i wonder where he found that old shirt
Workshop in Binghamton 2008. It’s off to the races! I wonder where he found that old shirt?

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grazing after the flamingo races on friday night binghamton 2008
Grazing after the flamingo races on Friday night…Binghamton, 2008.

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lunch at cortese s whoops the waiter steps in front of camera as it auto snaps the picture
Lunch at Cortese’s. Whoops! The waiter steps in front of camera as it “auto snaps” the picture.

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