- A thank you for the Navy Leaguers who visited the ships upon arrival dockside for San Francisco Fleetweek 2010. Thanks from the Pacific Central Region as well!Message 1 of 1 , Oct 13, 2010View SourceA thank you for the Navy Leaguers who visited the ships upon arrival dockside for San Francisco Fleetweek 2010.Thanks from the Pacific Central Region as well!PhelpsPhelps HobartSenior Vice PresidentPacific Central Region, NLUS__________________________----- Original Message -----From: Kris CarlockSent: Wednesday, October 13, 2010 10:53 AMSubject: Fwd: SFFW - THANK YOUAll,Here is a special think you message from Catharine Hooper, the Maritime Consultant On Behalf of the Port of San Francisco In Support of San Francisco Fleet Week 2010.You guys did all the HARD work - thanks again.Best regards,KrisCAPT M. K. Carlock, U. S. Navy (Ret)Fleet Week929 Willow StreetMartinez, CA 94553415-725-2101Begin forwarded message:
From: Catharine Hooper
Date: October 10, 2010 8:44:34 AM PDT
To: Kris Carlock
Subject: SFFW - THANK YOU
On behalf of the San Francisco Fleet Week Association, please accept our thanks for your work in ensuring that each and every one of our visiting SFFW vessels was boarded and warmly greeted by members of the Navy League. It adds so much to the anticipation and overall experience of the visiting sailors and marines to be met by your hand picked Navy League members, bringing with them knowledge, and gifts along with an array of shoreside opportunities.
I realize how difficult it is to board USN ships these days, to enter the piers, taking public transportation (due to lack of parking inside the piers for FP reasons during SFFW), so our gratitude is all the more profound
Please do extend our thanks to each of your NL greeters, and let them know how grateful we are for their part in making this year’s SFFW the best ever.
Going forward, I think MajGen Myatt would like to see how we can better tap into the enthusiasm and support of the overall NL organization to bring the NL into the planning process to do a better job of MWR planning opportunities in SF for SFFW . . this takes time and dedication . .. starting early for 2011.
Again, Kris, many sincere thanks to YOU!
On Behalf of the Port of San Francisco
In Support of San Francisco Fleet Week 2010
USS Makin Island Pier 30-32
USS Pinckney Pier 35 So
USS Curts Pier 35 So
USS Chief Pier 35 NO
USS Pioneer Pier 35 NO
HMCS Whitehorse (MM 705) Pier 27
HMCS Brandon (MM 710)
USCG Pier 27
USCGC ACTIVE (WMEC-618)