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Hastings News

Here are the archived (scanned) newsletters that largely define the history of Hastings from 1988 to 2009. Frequncy and format of the newsletter changed over the years. They vary in size from 1Mb to 3Mb. Starting in 2006, we switched to an online "blog" for our newsletter. Mailing and handling costs were beyond us, so we went to online format. Our current news now requires internet access; you can check out the blog, or Hastings on Facebook for upcoming and ongoing events An archive of the 2006-2009 blog is also available here as a large (11Mb) file.

 You may need to go to herel to download a free reader for PDF documents.

1988 July

1991  Jan 1993  Jul 1996  Jan 1998  Jul 2001  Jan 2003  Jul

1988 August

1991  Feb 1993  Aug 1996  Feb 1998  Aug 2001  Feb 2003  Aug
1988 Sep 1991  Mar 1993  Sep 1996  Mar 1998  Sep 2001  Mar 2003  Sep
1988 Oct 1991  Apr 1993  Oct 1996  Apr 1998  Oct 2001  Apr 2003  Oct
1988 Nov 1991  May 1993  Nov 1996  May 1998  Nov 2001  May 2003  Nov
1988 Dec 1991  Jun 1993  Dec 1996  Jun 1998  Dec 2001  Jun 2003  Dec
1989 Jan 1991  Jul 1994  Jan 1996  Jul 1999  Jan 2001  Jul 2004  Jan
1989 Feb 1991  Aug 1994  Feb 1996  Aug 1999  Feb 2001  Aug 2004  Feb
1989 Mar 1991  Sep 1994  Mar 1996  Sep 1999  Mar 2001  Sep 2004  Mar
1989 Apr 1991  Oct 1994  Apr 1996  Oct 1999  Apr 2001  Oct 2004  Apr
1989 May 1991  Nov 1994  May 1996  Nov 1999  May 2001  Nov 2004  May
1989 Jun 1991  Dec 1994  Jun 1996  Dec 1999  Jun 2001  Dec 2004  Jun
1989 Jul 1992  Jan 1994  Jul 1997  Jan 1999  Jul 2002  Jan 2004  Jul
1989 Aug 1992  Feb 1994  Aug 1997  Feb 1999  Aug 2002  Feb 2004  Aug

1989 Sep

1992  Mar 1994  Sep 1997  Mar 1999  Sep 2002  Mar 2004  Sep
1989 Oct 1992  Apr 1994  Oct 1997  Apr 1999  Oct 2002  Apr 2004  Oct
1989 Nov 1992  May 1994  Nov 1997  May 1999  Nov 2002  May 2004  Nov
1989 Dec 1992  Jun 1994  Dec 1997  Jun 1999  Dec 2002  Jun 2004  Dec

1990 Jan

1992  Jul 1995  Jan 1997  Jul 2000  Jan 2002  Jul 2005  Jan
1990 Feb 1992  Aug 1995  Feb 1997  Aug 2000  Feb 2002  Aug  
1990  Mar 1992  Sep 1995  Mar 1997  Sep 2000  Mar 2002  Sep

06-09 (11Mb)

1990  Apr 1992  Oct 1995  Apr 1997  Oct 2000  Apr 2002  Oct
1990  May 1992  Nov 1995  May 1997  Nov 2000  May 2002  Nov  
1990  Jun 1992  Dec 1995  Jun 1997  Dec 2000  Jun 2002  Dec  
1990  Jul 1993  Jan 1995  Jul 1998  Jan 2000  Jul 2003  Jan  
1990  Aug 1993  Feb 1995  Aug 1998  Feb 2000  Aug 2003  Feb  
1990  Sep 1993  Mar 1995  Sep 1998  Mar 2000  Sep 2003  Mar  
1990  Oct 1993  Apr 1995  Oct 1998  Apr 2000  Oct 2003  Apr  
1990  Nov 1993  May 1995  Nov 1998  May 2000  Nov 2003  May  
1990  Dec 1993  Jun 1995  Dec 1998  Jun 2000  Dec 2003  Jun