But, this accomplishment should be remembered and cherished by humanity in all walks of life, in every country, of every background. Those who were children of the space era should make it their responsibility to preserve and share this grand endeavor for their children and for those generations to follow.
This book, “The 40th Anniversary of The First Moon Walk” is not just a
fund raising project by the Phoenix Moon Society; it’s a way to preserve the memory. Without the quotes from those who were listening and watching in July 1969, this
book would only be a pretty picture book, but would lack the impact and nostalgia
that was envisioned when undergoing this project.
AZ Publishing Services, LLC, a local Print Publisher is spear-heading this project.
According to Patti Hultstrand, Publisher/CEO, “What I am asking for is simple.
I am seeking that memory to share with the world and what your vision is for
future space exploration so we can continue that dream.” She continued by asking
for all pictures to include of you or your family sharing this memory because they
would only enrich the experience for everyone. If they are not included in the
actual book, they will be included online where the books can be purchased: http://www.freethewod.info
Where do you see us going in Space in the future?
Please email AZPS directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org
“I encourage you to forward this message to anyone else you feel could help us preserve the memory.”
WE ARE RUNNING OUT OF TIME TO GET THIS DONE. DEADLINE WILL BE MAY 29th FOR ALL QUOTES AND PICTURES OF YOUR FAMILY ENJOYING THE FIRST MOON WALK – BE A PART OF THIS BEAUTIFUL FULL COLOR COMMEMORATIVE PROJECT!!
Readers, Patti is generously giving away a print copy of Moon Walk when it becomes available in mid-June. To enter the contest, leave a comment here with your answer to one of the questions above. And remember that if you’d like for your quote to be considered for the book, please email it to Patti. A winner for the contest will be chosen around 8pm PST on Friday, May 22.
Revised… I’m going to extend the contest to end on Sunday, May 24 since I forgot to pick a winner on Friday evening. So keep on commenting!