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The CRESCENT SOCIETY began in early 1988, when the Personnel Director, CDC/OKC, urged the formation of a retirees club similar to the one in Minneapolis. A group of retirees representing hourly, salaried and exempt employees, some twelve in total, were gathered together to work up a Constitution and By-laws and lay the groundwork for the suggested organization. That group held two meetings to build the Constitution and select a proposed name for the group. The name, “CRESCENT SOCIETY”, was selected as retirement representing a new life, just as the crescent represents a new phase of the moon.

On June 22, 1988, a notice was sent out and some 48 retired employees and their spouses met at the Saddleback Inn in Oklahoma City, to approve the Constitution and By-laws, the name of the Society, and to elect officers. The CRESCENT SOCIETY was born that night. One for the secondary purposes of the Society was to maintain a pool of retired employees from which experienced temporary help could be obtained when needed by the plant. The chief aim of the Society was to provide fellowship and continued association among retired employees. . >more

 

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President Bill Henson opened the meeting at 12:35 p.m. He stated the purpose of this meeting was to present, discuss and vote on the action taken by unanimous vote of the Board of Directors of the Crescent Society on January 16, 2010 to disband the Crescent Society due to the inability of the Society to attract volunteers to serve in any capacity toward the continuing functions of the society.
Dick Weathers took the floor to discuss the numerous e-mails and phone calls he received from Dennis Hill, Pete Phillips, Skip Cameron, Jim Patton, George McFadden George Eifler, Bert Cisco, and apparently many others from other parts of the U.S.who wished to see the Crescent Society continue.

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