- Ahoy All, Attached is the May 24th luncheon information and reservation form. Please examine it, forward it on, and send in your reservations and checks to:Message 1 of 1 , Apr 26, 2011View SourceAhoy All,Attached is the May 24th luncheon information and reservation form. Please examine it, forward it on, and send in your reservations and checks to:Propeller Club SFBR120 Village SquareBox 113Orinda CA 94563Propeller Club and Navy League members and guests $45; non-members $55.John Amos is President of the Propeller Club, San Francisco Bay Port. He is also a Pacific Merchant Marine Council, NLUS, member. This is our first joint luncheon with the Propeller Club. We are most appreciative of the Propeller Club for handling many of the arrangements.A Sea Cadet Color Guard would be appreciated. If possible contact me.The Pacific Merchant Marine Council is offering a $25 luncheon discount for all who should join the Navy League and the council at or before the luncheon. Payment, upon reminder, will be made at the luncheon.Any questions?Heave Ho,
President, Pacific Merchant Marine Council
Navy League of the United States
PO Box 191403
Sacramento CA 95819-1403
(916) 739-6949 | (916) 955-3972 cell | PMMC@...
The Pacific Merchant Marine Council, The Maritime
Logistics Council, was chartered 11 December 2006.
It advocates for the US maritime industry. Luncheons
are hosted quarterly in the San Francisco Bay Area.
New members welcomed! It remains the leader forgrowth and retention in the Pacific Central Region.----- Original Message -----From: John AmosTo: Phelps HobartCc: Steve WrightSent: Monday, April 25, 2011 8:38 PMSubject: Maritime Day LuncheonPhelps,I have attached the flyer for the May 24 luncheon for you to send to your Navy League membership (and any others). When it comes to any profits we may earn we will divide it proportionally between the two organizations.We also spoke about the Navy League locating an honor guard for the lunch. Will this be possible? I don't think it is absolute necessity that we have one. The President's proclamation will be read by Nick Marrone, Seafarers International Union Vice President, as his union has an interest in crew hostages.I would also like to pass on having a raffle at the luncheon as this is something that we have never included in our events. As the paid reservations come in you will be kept advised of who is coming and their affiliation.Let me know if you have any questions.John
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