Re: Fw: Chuck Shea: Council President Letter - San Francisco JROTC
- ----- Original Message -----From: chuck sheaSent: Monday, June 16, 2008 5:07 PMSubject: Re: Fw: [PMMC-NLUS] Fw: Chuck Shea: Council President Letter - San Francisco JROTCHey Phelps!! Hoorah!!Thanks a Bunch!!Best Regards,Chuck___________________________________________________
"Pacific Merchant Marine Council, NLUS" <PMMC@...> wrote:
Letter of support and two checks went out in the afternoon mail.
--- In PMMC-NLUS@yahoogroups.com, "scclg" <nlsac@...> wrote:
> 16 June 2008
> Quincy Yu
> Choice for Students
> PO Box 16265
> San Francisco CA 94116
> Dear Quincy Yu,
> At the Battle of Mobile Bay Admiral Farragut shouted, "Damn the
> Torpedoes, Full Speed Ahead." It has served as a rallying cry for the
> United States Navy ever since.
> The Pacific Merchant Marine Council, Navy League of the United States,
> supports Choice for Students! Members do not want the Junior Reserve
> Officers Training Corps in San Francisco, or anywhere else, to be
> We commend Choice for Students for taking the lead to maintain JROTC
> within the City of San Francisco. Enclosed are two checks, $75.00 from
> the council and $25.00 from me to assist with expenses.
> Anticipate future correspondence from me as president of this council to
> the media.
> Phelps Hobart
> --- In PMMC-NLUS@yahoogroups.com, "Phelps Hobart" nlsac@ wrote:
> > Members and Friends,
> > Chuck Shea, Preident of the San Francisco Council, is asking for
> support to retain JROTC in San Franciso city high schools. If you live
> and vote in the city this is especially directed at you. Add your name
> to the growing list of supporters. For all of us, please, a check would
> be greatly appreciated.
> > Choice for Students
> > PO Box 16265
> > San Francisco CA 94116-0265
> > The Pacific Merchant Marine Council will send a letter indicating our
> council support along with a check. It seems as soon as we get a little
> $$$, like from the drawing at our 9 June luncheon, a need pops up. Some
> councils are financially endowed, this one looks forward to that day.
> Still we will do what we can where we can - the next O'BRIEN shipyard
> visit, the full page ad in the AMMV Convention program, the memorial
> service wreath on the O'BRIEN, the upcoming commissioning of the USCG
> Cutter BERTHOLF, and now San Francisco JROTC.
> > Thanks,
> > Phelps