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How exciting to be in Savannah and apart of such a wonderful group of people in the Savannah Navy League!  Are you ready for a new, fun year of moving forward and stepping up to help? We’d love to have you …. “Learn the ins and outs” of all that our local Navy League is doing and the support and awards we give out. It’s fun, fantastic, and full of new learning experiences. I’d love to hear from you with ideas and even  help in our liaison area, our gift area, our speaker’s program, and yes, even this wonderful newsletter.  Contact any of us and, together, we can “figure it out!”

   

Your Savannah Council of the Navy League has a lot of events lined up for its members.  Here's what is on the schedule.  So mark your calendars and plan on participating.

Thur. June 12 - Change of Command. CDR. Joe Loring at Ships of the Sea Museum at 10:00 am.

Tues. June 17 - June NL Dinner Meeting at USCG Station Tybee.  Tours and Dinner.  Tours at 5:00 pm.  Dinner approx. 6:30 pm.  

Thur. June 26 - Change of Command. CDR. Greg Fuller at USCG Air Station at 10:00 am.

July - No Dinner Meeting

Wed Aug. 13 - USCG Family Night with the Sand Gnats.  Gates open at 6:00 pm.  Picnic 6:30 - 8:00 pm.

MLET has approved ByLaws and is incorporating as a 501c3 non-profit organization supporting our maritime community, logistics and education. MLET’s 2014 Internship program is underway. MLET has a Website: http://www.mlet.net/   Savannah Navy League is one of 6 proud sponsors of this Maritime Logistics Education Taskforce - an opportunity for our high school students to be introduced to the maritime industry.

 

The Navy League is a national citizens organization to serve and support the sea services of our country, the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and U.S. Flag  Merchant Marine. The Savannah Council  is one of 275 councils, representing more than 50,000 members. Navy League members are respected by leaders throughout government, industry and the military for their patriotic support and service to our men and women in uniform. You do not have to be a Navy or military verteran to join the Navy League.