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Another Successful Historic Film Festival on the SS Red Oak Victory!

The August 21, 2014 screening of Harvey (1950) concluded the latest installment of the Historic Film Festival (HFF) aboard the SS Red Oak Victory in conjunction with our partners at the National Park Service Rosie the Riveter Visitor Education Center. We are celebrating the most successful HFF to date, as all films were well attended. The screening of Casablanca (1942) on July 10th was attended by nearly 100 people!


A Guy Named Joe (1943) was shown at the Red Oak Victory on August 7, 2014

Thanks to everyone who attended the 2014 summer film festival! Stay tuned for the forthcoming announcement of the next series of films!


The ROVSM is a group of model makers who have been meeting for the last 13 years. We meet onboard the RED OAK VICTORY SHIP in the gunner?s mess every second Saturday of the month at 10.30am.

The reason for our informal meetings is to help each other with our individual projects. We have a few ship projects that are waiting to get started. One is the completion of a 13.5 foot victory ship hull that was discovered on the ship of a volunteer by accident.


Unfinished model found on the SS Red Oak Victory ship, currently being worked on by the ROVSM club.

There are NO dues. The coffee and donuts are free at our Saturday meetings.

So come on down and join us, you?ll have fun!

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