The Golden Age of Hollywood

Once again the bill has been paid in full thanks to the generosity of our members! It's very kind of you all to express an interest in seeing GAOH remain an online presence. Thanks again!


Donations = $290.00

Needed = $270.00

Balance = $0.00

Surplus = $20.00

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Comment by Rosie Sayer on July 8, 2016 at 7:19pm

I'm so happy to hear! I also didn't get a chance to donate, because it was over before I knew it. Thank you to those who did!

Comment by Philip C Binstead on July 8, 2016 at 2:11pm

We are all back for another 12 months, many thanks to Kevin. Dave and all who make GAOH what is is.

Comment by kareng on July 8, 2016 at 5:44am

Love the "its alive" and the pic (is that Gene Wilder?)

Comment by kareng on July 8, 2016 at 5:42am

Yay!  GAOH for another year!  Thanks Kevin for allowing it, and thank you to all the generosity of member donations.  I must apologise I did not even see the Donate button go up on the main page (nor it disappear), as I've been busy working last few days and hadn't visited really only for about three days I think, and suddenly the yearly fee has been paid.  Very awesome!!  Cheers all!!


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