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  1. What is STARFLEET? STARFLEET, the World's Largest Fan-Run Trek Fan Organization, was founded in 1974, and provides its membership (3700+) with a common interest base: appreciation of Star Trek: The Greatest Human Adventure. Hundreds of chapters in Regions worldwide unite members into local fandom as well as the International organization. Welcome to Region 1

  2. What is Region 1? • STARFLEET Region One is made up of chapters of STARFLEET: The International Star Trek Fan Association, Inc. located in the following states: • Kentucky • Ohio • North Carolina • South Carolina • Tennessee • Virginia • West Virginia • Indiana

  3. Kentucky Ships in Region 1

  4. USS Questar NCC-75435 Dedicated to the principles and ideals of Star Trek, Questar members assemble regularly to participate in various community or club activities, charities, and just for fun. Since, 1996, we have supported Toys-4-Tots, as well as the Adopt-a-Whale program and Kentucky Harvest We Love Star Trek! Contact Information: USS QUESTAR NCC-75435City of Charter: Louisville, KYCommodore Karen Goldbach6304 Mercury Dr.Louisville, KY 40229

  5. USS Wasp NCC-1721 The USS Wasp is a Correspondence chapter, which means that it does not hold monthly meetings. Activities: Getting together when we can Bi-monthly newsletter Buzzwords On-line meetings and chats Fanzines Role playing Plan convention trips Whatever else our hearts desire Contact Information: USS Wasp Captain Shawn Fields171 Kentucky Ave. Apt 7Shelbyville, KY 40065

  6. Ohio Ships in Region 1

  7. USS Arizona NCC-71839 Meeting chapter based in Canton, OH Contact Information: USS ARIZONA NCC-71839Captain Chris WilliamsP.O. Box 31973 Alliance, OH 44701

  8. USS Asgard NCC-72402 Meeting chapter based in Lancaster, OH Meeting held on fourth Saturday of month. Currently at the Shoney's at River Valley Mall. Meeting time:  2:00 PM Our ship includes a detachment of STARFLEET Marines: the 127th marine strike group, a fighter squadron and many other fascinating groups aboard. Contact Information: USS ASGARD NCC-72402Captain Darlene Harper4456 Collindale Rd.Columbus, OH 43231

  9. USS Columbia NCC-75017 • Activities: • Meeting chapter based in Wooster, OH • Extremely active providing security • And programming assistance with area science fiction and comic conventions • Regular fundraisers for charities such as MS Society and sending a child to Space Camp • A very social group that holds numerous parties and other fun activities year-round Dues: none Contact Information: USS COLUMBIA NCC-75017Fleet Captain Greg Sheets1684 Mechanicsburg #193Wooster, OH 44691

  10. USS Columbus NCC-72401 Meeting chapter based in Columbus, OH The Columbus meets on the 3rd Saturday of each month at 1700 hours (5 PM) in the meeting room of the Karl Road Library, 5590 Karl Road in Columbus. Meetings generally are followed by a social event. Contact Information: USS COLUMBUS NCC-72401Captain Carol Ford1338 Bowtown Rd. Delaware, Ohio 43015

  11. USS GALLIFREY NX-81631 EFCP Meeting chapter based in Elyria, OH Contact Information: USS GALLIFREY NX-81631 EFCP City of Charter: Elyria, OH Commander Thomas B. HeffnerP.O. Box 1673 Elyria, OH 44036-1673

  12. USS Intrepid NCC-74655 Meeting chapter based in Mansfield, OH Activities: movie/TV nights, social gatherings, road trips to area sci-fi events Community service : Adopt a Highway, drives for local shelters and facilities Dues: none, STARFLEET membership preferred Contact Information: USS INTREPID NCC-74655Captain Suzanne Gerhring-Maurer145 Elmridge Rd.Mansfield, OH 44907 419-884-0665

  13. Starfleet’s Chapter of the Year 1996 • R1 Chapter of the Year 1997 & runner up 1998 • Amateur Radio K8SSJ and VE7SSJ. In addition to Field Day and a special event, we offer a Jurassic Certificate to amateur radio stations who contact both Jurassic stations. • Afghan, OCP, Stampede, and Fictional Profiles Projects • Members hold ranks and receive promotions and awards as earned • Dues are $8 plus 12 first class postage stamps per year. Additional family members are $4 each per year. • For more information, visit our website, or send an e-mail or snail mail to the ship address. USS JURASSIC NCC - 3500P. O. Box 158Hamersville, OH 45130 n8st@att.netCorrespondence Chapter USS Jurassic

  14. USS Lagrange NCC-3916 • Meeting chapter in • Cuyahoga Falls, OH • Activities: • Getting together to have fun • Monthly general meetings, last Tuesday of each month, 7PM at Taylor Memorial Library • Participate in a wide range of activities, ranging from human service projects to community service, and even a few parties Contact Information USS LAGRANGE NCC-3916Fleet Captain Nevin Alley1489 2nd Street, Apt. 1Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221

  15. USS Nebula NCC-61800 Meeting chapter based in North Royalton, OH Ambassador ship to Maquis Forces International Began in Florida in 1994, but moved north in 1998 Contact Information: USS NEBULA NCC-61800Captain Gary Davis9496 Madison LaneNorth Royalton, OH 44133

  16. Shuttle Nemesis NCC-1896/01 Correspondence Shuttle Mothership: USS Reprisal Contact Information: Correspondence Chapter FCapt Ruth GreenP.O. Box 13075 Akron, OH 44334

  17. USS Ohio NCC-75007 Meeting chapter based in Barberton, OH Meetings: First Thursday of Every Month, 7:00 p.m. Barberton Public Library Contact Information: USS OHIO NCC-75007Commodore Barbara Buffington168 ½ 2nd Street NW – Apt 1Barberton, OH 44203-2542

  18. USS Renegade NCC-2547 Meeting chapter in Youngstown, OH Contact Information: USS RENEGADE NCC-2547City of Charter: Youngstown, OH Captain John Hoppa4075 Lanterman Road Youngstown, Ohio 44515

  19. USS Tempest NCC-21566 Primary Contact: Commanding Officer:Rear Admiral Robin Pillow808 Franklin Street Lima, OH Tempest is a correspondence chapter of Starfleet International (SFI) and has a small membership.  The chapter has been very active in such programs as the Region One Alien Ambassador Corps the Regional Division Chief (RDC) program the Region 1 Summit and even the 1999  International Conference. The projects that the Tempest gets into now include Overseas Coupon Project, Stampede and Region One Relief Fund. Our membership ranges from California to Virginia while our CO lives in Ohio.

  20. USS Tycho NCC-59325 • Meeting chapter in Fremont, OH. • Meetings: first Wednesday of the month at 7PM at the Oregon Branch of the Toledo Lucas County Public Library • Activities: • Community service projects such as blood drives and working with local food pantries • Participation in movie premieres and working at local conventions • Monthly newsletter Transmissions • The various interests and backgrounds help make this more than just a fun club! • Dues: $20/individual, $30/family • Requires STARFLEET membership Contact Information: USS TYCHO NCC-59325Fleet Captain David Rose4917 Heatherdowns Blvd. Apt. #3Toledo, OH 43614

  21. North Carolina Ships in Region 1

  22. USS Alaric NCC-503 Meeting chapter in Asheville, NC Meets the second Saturday every month at 1PM at South Buncombe Branch Library meeting room, 260 Overlook Road, Skyland, North Carolina Activities include gaming (role playing, board gaming, computer gaming, etc.), puzzle parties, video festivals, stargazing, computer training seminars, and conventions Charities supported include the local food bank, STAMPEDE, Overseas Coupon Project, and collecting Campbell’s soup labels for Eliada Home, a local charity, which exchanges these for much needed products and services At this time, STARFLEET membership is required to join the Alaric Contact Information: USS ALARIC NCC-503Fleet Captain Richard HeimP.O. Box 2072Asheville, NC 28802

  23. USS Bonaventure NCC-102A Meeting chapter in Greensboro, NC Contact Information: USS BONAVENTURE NCC-102ACaptain Phil DedmondP.O. Box 396Thomasville, NC 27361

  24. USS Hornet NCC-1714-D • Meeting chapter in Charlotte, NC • Activities include monthly meetings, dinners out, annual picnic in June, New Year’s Party, movies, attending or working conventions, and anything else the group decides • Community service includes quarterly donations of blood to the Red Cross, food donations to Loaves & Fishes, collecting items needed by the Lions Club, local churches and schools, STAMPEDE, Overseas Coupon Project, etc. • We have an adopted raptor through Carolina Raptor Center and a whale through the International Wildlife Coalition Contact Information: USS HORNET NCC-1714-D Captain Thomas B. Hucks11814 Mirror Lake DriveCharlotte, NC 28226-3619

  25. Pre-Shuttle Kingfisher The Shuttle KingFisher NCC-18076/1 is a SFI "Chapter-in-training". Anyone interested in joining or learning about the KingFisher is welcome to join this group. The Shuttle KingFisher is a meeting chapter centered in Hickory, North Carolina, but open to anyone who wants to join. You do not have to be a member of SFI to join this group, just someone who want to have some fun in the Star Trek Universe. Contact Information: Pre-Shuttle KINGFISHER NCC 18076/01City of Charter: Hickory, NC LCDR Jonathan WilsonP.O. Box 11083 Hickory, NC 28601

  26. USS Kitty Hawk USS Kitty Hawk NCC-1659 • Meeting chapter in Raleigh, NC • Monthly meetings, usually the first Saturday at 4-5 PM at the Fisher house (5017 Glen Forest Drive in Raleigh). • Community work includes donating time to charities including the UNC Center for Public Television and Duke Children's Miracle Network. In March 2001, UNC-TV recognized us for 10 years of volunteering • Fun stuff includes laser tag, science center outings, conventions, movie nights Contact Information: USS KITTY HAWK NCC-1659Fleet Captain J.R. Fisher5017 Glen Forest Dr.Raleigh, NC 27612

  27. USS Maelstrom • Meeting chapter in Belvidere, NC • Meetings: third Saturday every month. • Activities: Socializing, enjoying Star Trek, and having fun • Community Service projects include working with Open Door Food Pantry and the Overseas Coupon Project Contact Information: USS Maelstrom Captain Brian Chappell1146 Countyline RoadBelvidere, NC 27919

  28. USS Normandy NCC-U36000 • Correspondence chapter • Primary publication is The Beachhead, published bi-monthly, and is full of informative articles, fiction and stories • Active participant in STARFLEET’s vessel readiness program Contact Information: USS NORMANDY NCC-36000 (STARFLEET's Flag Ship)Correspondence ChapterFleet Admiral Les Rickard121 Woodgate CircleWinston-Salem, NC 27107

  29. USS Starward Fury NCC-2122 • Meeting chapter in Fayetteville, NC • Meets second Saturday of the month at 2PM at Hayes Hobby Shop • Activity days on third Saturday of the month • Additional social events, attending conventions, bowling trips, movies, etc. as determined by the crew • Community Service activities include STAMPEDE, Overseas Coupon Project, working with Hope Harbor, United Way and Urban Ministries Contact Information: USS STARWARD FURY NCC-2122Fleet Captain Brian Moore125 Old Salem Ave.Spring Lake, NC 28390-8213

  30. USS White Eagle USS White Eagle NCC-2302 Meeting chapter in Jacksonville, NC Contact Information: USS WHITE EAGLE NCC-2302Fleet Captain Audrey Toney113 Lionel Ave.Jacksonville, NC 28540

  31. South Carolina Ships in Region 1

  32. USS Carolina NCC-74222 • Meeting chapter in Greenville, SC • Activities include playing laser tag, attending conventions, playing with other chapters • Community service includes charity drives, Overseas coupon project, MDA campaigns, other community service projects Contact Information: USS CAROLINA NCC-74222Captain Debbie Butcher40 B Pinecroft Drive Taylors, SC 29687

  33. USS Charleston NCC-71813 USS Charleston NCC-71813 • Located in Charleston South Carolina • OPEN to all Trek Fans • Contact Capt Edith Padgett • 1648 Pearlott Street Charleston, SC 29407 • Continuing the Adventure ...

  34. USS Dominator NCC-18076 Correspondence Chapter The chapter is involved in several different community service programs. The STARFLEET Stampede (which collects and sells cancelled postage stamps to collectors and gives the money to charities), blood donation to the Red Cross, and the Overseas Coupon Project (OCP) Contact Information: USS DOMINATOR NCC-18076Correspondence ChapterFleet Captain Carl LewisP.O. Box 40142N. Charleston, SC 29423

  35. USS Francis Marion Meeting chapter based in Greenville, SC STARFLEET Marine strike group Contact Information: USS FRANCIS MARIONCity of Charter: Greenville, SC Commodore David James608 Edgemont Ave. #22 Greenville, SC 29617

  36. Station Lewis B. Puller SFR-123 Meeting chapter in Summerville, SC STARFLEET Marine Strike Group Contact Information: STATION LEWIS B. PULLER SFR-123Commodore David McCabe2 Saint Teresa DriveCharleston, SC 29407

  37. USS Ronald E. McNair NCC-61809 • Meeting chapter in Columbia, SC • Community Service includes supporting charitable organizations and scienceeducation in the Columbia area • Activities include any recreational activities the members want. We’re a fun group!      • Members can participate in and receive the bi-monthly newsletter The Challenger • Dues: $12/year for chapter membership Contact Information: USS RONALD E. MCNAIR NCC-61809Captain Jennifer KelleyP.O. Box 212863Columbia, SC 29221

  38. USS Rutledge NX-74215 • Meeting chapter in Ladson, SC • Community Service includes various drives to support our US Troops overseas • Activities include writing fiction and having fun Contact Information: USS RUTLEDGE NX-74215City of Charter: Ladson, SC Lt. General Mandi H. Livingston102 Washington Drive Ladson, SC 29456

  39. USS Star League NCC-2101 • Meeting chapter in N. Augusta, SC • Activities include fun gatherings and the bimonthly newsletter First Contact • Community service includes working with the Shelter and Advocacy Center for Abused Children and participation in the Overseas Coupon Project, STAMPEDE, etc. • Created a Star Wars based pinball game for children's activities • Dues: • Full- $12/year first member,$3 each additional members, Children under 10 are free. Must have STARFLEET membership in addition. • Associate- $6/year each member   Contact Information: USS STAR LEAGUE NCC-2101Captain Barbara Lariscy1215 Leslee DriveWaynesboro, GA 30830

  40. USS Yorktown USS Yorktown-1704-A Meeting Chapter in York, SC Enjoys having fun and helping the community Contact Information: USS YORKTOWN NCC-1704-ACity of Charter: York, SC Captain Vicky Adkins2118 Donnybrook Road Catawba, SC 29704

  41. Tennessee Ships in Region 1

  42. USS Aeon NCC-75022 Meeting chapter in Memphis, TN A place for Star Trek fans to get together and keep in touch The Aeon is interested in many social and public service activities, in addition to Star Trek-related activities such as attending conventions Contact Information: USS AEON NCC-75022Captain Laura Flippin4943 Byron RoadMemphis, TN 38122

  43. USS Aries USS Aries NCC-26291 Meeting chapter in Johnson City, TN Contact Information: USS ARIES NCC-26291Commodore Michael WilsonP.O. Box 2285Johnson City, TN 37605

  44. Bennu Station SFR-119 Meeting chapter in Gatlinburg, TN Meets at 7:00pm every second Friday in the breakfast room of the Best Western Plaza, Pigeon Forge, TN Join us for fun, friendship and fandom Contact Information: BENNU STATION SFR-119Commodore Ben ReddingP.O. Box 1054 Gatlinburg, TN 37738

  45. USS Dark Wolf Commissioned in October 2001 Meeting chapter in Blountville, TN Contact Information: USS DARK WOLFColonel Fred Parsons, III721 Boone StreetKingsport, TN 37660

  46. Station Nikola Tesla Station Nikola Tesla NCC-SS005 • Home base of KLASS, Kentucky Lake Sci-Fi Society based in Puryear, TN • Space Station Nikola Tesla (KLASS) is the home base for the 163rd MSG of the STARFLEET Marine Corp • Meetings on the third Monday night of month at 7:30PM in the home of the club president. • Meetings feature talk, games, fun, fellowship, food • Charity work includes volunteer work for various groups and projects such as the STARFLEET scholarship program and the Overseas Coupon Project. Contact Information: STATION NIKOLA TESLA NCC-SS005Brigadier Dennis RayburnP. O. Box 61Puryear, TN 38251

  47. USS Providence NCC-71796 • Meeting chapter in Jackson, TN • Meetings: second Saturday of the month at 10:30AM at the Jackson-Madison County Library • Our mission: to seek out new friends and fellow Star Trek fans and to promote an optimistic future • Activities include social activities and creative endeavors • Community service includes Holiday Adopt-A-Family and the Humane Society Motto: PROUD TO SERVE. QUICK TO DEFEND. FOREVER FREE Contact Information: USS PROVIDENCE NCC-71796 Captain Warren Price315 Highway 220Cedar Grove, TN 38321

  48. USS Reprisal NCC-1896 Meeting chapter in Kingsport, TN In keeping with the problem-solving themes of Star Trek, our members do more than meet and talk about the show. The crews of the Fleet are active in support of charity. We believe that time is our most valuable gift, so we donate time to help persons and charitable organizations. We conduct fundraisers and volunteer our services to help our community. We also have fun, picnics, various outings, and other activities. Contact Information: USS REPRISAL NCC-1896Commodore Eric W. Larkin316 Valley Dr.Church Hill, TN 37642

  49. USS Tristar NCC-71829 Meeting chapter in Knoxville, TN Meetings on the 3rd FRIDAY night at 7:00pm at RAMSEYs Cafeteria located off the UT strip, at 1547 White Ave We are an organization of STAR TREK fans who volunteer on many local projects Contact Information: USS TRISTAR NCC-71829Fleet Captain Karen Hawkins2428 Belvedere Ave #1 Knoxville TN 37920

  50. Virginia Ships in Region 1