Walter Koenig Fan Society
|Name:||"Walter Koenig Fan Society," then became "Walter Koenig International"|
|Dates:||1980 to at least the mid-1990s|
|Founder(s):||Michelle Ward was "Acting President" in late 1980, Lisa Scharf was "Acting Vice President" in 1980, Tarcie (Tracie?) Dehne was "Secretary" n 1980|
|Leadership:||Candi Chase and Sue McCutchen|
|Country based in:||Falls Church, Virginia, USA|
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This club was an official one (endorsed by Koenig) and followed on the heels of Walter Koenig Fan Club. In 1985, this club's named changed to Walter Koenig International.
From 1980: "The official Walter Koenig Fan Society is authorized and fully supported by Walter. We are built on friendships, communication and the creative process. Membership includes a signed membership card, a glossy of Walter, a bio-sheet and a letter not only welcoming you into the WKFS, but which gives an indication of Walter's feelings for the WKFS. We publish regular newsletters and Journals. Our Journals are set aside for publication of artwork, poems, correspondence from and to members, as well as convention news and Star Trek updates. Contributions from members keep our Journals alive. We want the WKFS to be a club that Walter, as well as his fans, will be proud of and benefit from. To do this, we need your support and your enthusiasm. Let's make the WKFS a success! Membership dues are $6.00/year U.S. and Canada, $7.00 for overseas members. All checks and money orders made payable to Michelle Ward." 
Honorary members in 1986 were: Pam Clarke, Jimmy Doohan, Captain Euston, Alesia Hunley, Bruce Hyde, Lizard III, Shirley Maiewski, Billie Mundorff, Rob Reis, Michelle Ryan, Lisa S, George Takei, Howard Weinstein, and one would assume, Walter Koenig.
- Innomina, a zine of fiction, art, poetry, photos (1985-1994)
- a newsletter called WKI, six times a year
- The WKFS Journal
- A Russian Inwention
- from Security Check #1