Invitation: Bethlehem Shipyard Museum Pier 70, 1800, Wednesday, August 15
- Ahoy Members and Friends,What do you have calendared for 1800, Wednesday, August 15?Council Director Bill Perez has something interesting - especially for those in San Francisco or nearby. Details below and check the attachment and www.bethlehemshipyardmuseum.org as well.Heave Ho,PhelpsPS We have reserved a couple of dates for council luncheons back aboard the SS JEREMIAH O'BRIEN. Monday, September 17 and Monday, December 17. Networking and social before the noon luncheon. Program and speakers guaranteed to enlighten!PSS If you are on Facebook, Twitter, and Linkedin, are we connected?
----- Original Message -----From: bethlehemshipyardmuseum at comcast dot netSent: Thursday, August 02, 2012 10:01 AMSubject: Update #33 - Very Important
Bethlehem Shipyard Museum
“Connecting the Past with the Future”
August 2, 2012
I will rarely ask you to contribute your valuable time and energy, but I do so now.
That being said, it is very important that everyone attend the event described in the attached flyer. This will be our first opportunity to meet directly with representatives from Forest City. They are the company in charge of developing our future home at Pier 70 in San Francisco. They will be making a presentation about their plans for the historic industrial complex.
Over the last 3 years we have demonstrated to the Port of San Francisco that we are friends and not foes. We must now apply the same energy and dedication to convincing the Pier 70 developers they need to include our organization in their immediate plans for Crane Cove Park and Pier 70 in San Francisco. We MUST persuade them that we will not rest until the blood, sweat and tears of past generations are recognized, and treated with the honor and respect they deserve.
Join us in making a convincing statement on August the 15th.
On-street parking will be available. The building is located on 3rd Street in the old American Can complex (big red brick building) which is located btweeen 20th and 21st ON 3rd Street. It is a half a block away from the main entrance to Pier 70 (the old administration building #101). Parking may be a little tight but no meters are involved.
To those who RSVP directly to me I will send a map and provide a gathering point a week before the event. Please do not underestimate the value of your presence and make every effort to attend.
I’d like to close with a quote from Horace Mann (May 4, 1796 – August 2, 1859). He was an American education reformer who believed in providing quality public instruction during a time when school boards were more focused on cutting costs than on scholastic success. He believed that education should be free, open to all and that teachers should be well trained. In a commencement speech given to a graduating class he asked them to embrace the following words: "Be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity". Speaking for many in our group, our success will provide both a personal victory and a larger triumph for mankind.
PS If you believe in our mission, please bring friends and family to this event.Bethlehem Shipyard Museum
William J Perez
President and Chief Executive Officer
email: bethlehemshipyardmuseum at comcast dot net