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February 8: Chesapeake Fleet 6th Annual Groundhog Day Extravaganza

FEBRUARY 8, 2003

Dust off the snow, breakout your Spring Commissioning list and your memory book, and get the juices flowing for next season at the Chesapeake Fleet Annual Meeting and Ground Hog Extravaganza. Members of All Fleets are welcome to the Ground Hog Day Extravaganza! Solomons Island is a great place on a sunny day in February.


2:00-4:30 pm - Registration & Sea Stories
2:00-4:30 - CDSOA Chandlery open; Exploration of Solomons, Calvert Marine Museum, antiquing, walk the docks, check out the boats - breath the Bay air and dream of balmy summer breezes
4:30-6:00 - Break from the arduous afternoon activity
6:00-7:00 - Happy Hour (Cash bar and Hors d'oeuvres)
7:00-8:00 - Dinner
8:00-10:00 - Gala festivities and business
~ Chesapeake Fleet Annual Meeting ~
~ Election of Officers ~
~ Changing of the Guard ~
~ Planning for Summer Cruises & Activities ~
~ Sea Chanteys & Nautical Games ~

Holiday Inn Select - Solomons, Maryland
(800) 356-2009 / (410) 326-6311
155 Holiday Drive
(Call the Holiday Inn directly to reserve your rooms. Specify "CDO". Room Rates: $89 single; $99 double; Suites: $149-$189.)

Sunday Brunch for those still standing.

Download the Reservation Form (available in Microsoft Word and PDF formats) and mail it today! Call a friend to encourage her (or him) to come. And send an e-mail to the Master Ground Hog that your reservation is in the mail.)

This page was last revised: 8 September 2003

Modified by: Catherine Monaghan

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