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2016 Navy League Christmas Party Sunday, December 11th  _ 6:00-8:00 p.m. Plantation Club – The Landings Skidaway Island Cost:  $30 per person Includes Full Buffet Dinner Cash Bar Live Music - Reservations and Payment by December 6th _ Mail checks to Mr. Cliff Angers, 202 Wickersham, Savannah, Ga 31411 Any questions, please contact Shirley McCarthy, 912-598-2166 or  You can also use PayPal. Click here to use PayPal

Please bring a new unwrapped toy or gift for the Marine Corps Toys for Tots Drive

This is an exciting and meaningful year in our support of the Sea Services - Please join us.Some of the highlights so far this year include: - A large Navy League contingent in Savannah's famous St. Patrick's Day Parade   - A welcome dinner reception on board the USCG Barque Eagle tall ship    - Presenting recognition awards to the USS Alaska and working with their family support group - Adopting two of the Navy's newest high tech Littoral Combat Ships and their crews  - Riding the USCG Eagle on its arrival up the Savannah River  - Excellent dinner meetings with quality speakers 

Savannah Navy League Summer Schedule of Events

on 5 September 2016 - 3:58pm

Savannah Navy League Schedule of Events

  • Sep 30 9:00 AM USS Alaska GOLD Change of Command - Kings Bay 
  • Oct  4    5:30 PM Board of Directors Meeting at USCGAS
  • Oct. 18th  5:45 Dinner meeting at Carey Hilliards
  • Dec. 12th Christmas Party


The Savannah Navy League is now offering an opportunity for your organization to learn about the Navy and other Sea services through their new speakers program . See a example of the presentation content. Click here 

We have a roster of qualified speakers to talk to your organization , business group or club about the importance of the sea services to our nations safety, growth and prosperity.  Our presentation is about a half hour including time for questions.

Contact Gary Johnson at 912-644-7220 or by email at

Navy Leaguers Pat Yovich and Mick McCay travelled to Marinette, Wisconsin this last weekend to witness the launch of our newest adopted surface ship, USS Sioux City (LCS 11). Pat and Mick were invited to participate in all the ceremonies and customs of a U.S. Navy ship launch, including placing Savannah Navy League challenge coins in the mast step.  Here is a short video of the actual ship launch (the white "stuff" visible in the river is 6" - 8" of ice - it was COLD!)

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The officers for 20

16 and  directors were sworn- in during our regular dinner meeting January 19th..

We thank them their dedication and willingness to serve our Savannah Navy League Council. We also thank the retiring officers for their service in our mission to support the Sea services.