On May 19th, the Connecticut
Joes gathered in Cheshire, CT to celebrate their Second
Anniversary. The diorama theme was the Pegasus Bridge.
Although the bridge was not completed, a glider and quite a few
figures were on hand for the event.
to go to the pictures.
here's all those lovable mugs!
Row, L to R:
John Kozin, David Michalczyk, John Bailey, Bill DuFour
Row, L to R:
Brandon Chamberlain, Fred Richter, Scott Fritz, David Feliu
from the CT Joes!
Check out the
pictures from our 2000 Christmas Party hosted by Dave Michalczyk!
We've got another caption
contest for our 1st Anniversary diorama. This time the prize is
a Non Chase Then and Now set from Dave Michalczyk.
HERE for the details!
right, exactly one year ago today is when it all happened!
Relive those moments by checking out the Vietnam Firebase link at the
left. And check back on Thursday, May 18th for the start of our
celebration! We've got something BIG planned! Wait till
you see it!
everyone for visiting and enjoying this site and photos! Also a
big thanks for all the well wishes and congratulations!
Connecticut Joes are sponsoring a Caption Contest and you could win a
MIB Hasbro USS Connecticut Crewman!
contest is over, congratulations to Anthony Fernandez for winning the
contest! You can see his winning caption here:
HERE for the info and entries!
March 22, 2000
The pictures for the V1 Complex have FINALLY been added! You can
check them out under the V-1 Complex section. Just click the
link on the left!
In May, the Connecticut Joes will be
celebrating their 1st Anniversary. This is a milestone for us.
Although we are a small group, so far, we've got something BIG
That's all that's new for now, check back
REAL soon for another update.
Welcome to the new
homepage for the Connecticut Joes. We're a group of hobbists
that enjoy collecting GI Joe figures as well as 21st Century, SOTW,
and Dragon figures.
We meet every so often for
dioramas, store recons, or just to have plain old fun!
there's about a half dozen of us and we're growing. Our first
meeting took place in May, 1999 in Waterbury at the home of David
Michalczyk. We constructed our first diorama, a Vietnam Firebase.
Click on the link under Articles for more details and photos.
Right now this page is
under construction. I'm currently working on adding photos of
our October diorama of a German V1 Complex. This one was a lot
of fun! The German equivalent of the USO put on a show for the
criticisim email me, John Kozin at: