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Savannah Navy League Overview

What is the Navy League? One does not have to be a Navy vet; one does not have to have any military experience. 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.

Getting down to basics, what do we do in Savannah? The Savannah Council meets once per month at various local restaurants - see Meetings tab on our Home page.. It's a social hour, dinner meeting and usually an excellent military speaker. We sponsor the Sea Cadets in Savannah. We host a picnic for our adopted local sea service Coast Guard units. And we help with all the sea service ship visits made to Savannah by coordinating the visits with the ships and with the Mayor's office. Now this is more fun than work.

The annual dues for the Navy League range from $25 to $50 depending on membershiptype and options. The dues is  $25 for our local Council. The Nattional dues fund our legislative affairs work in support of the sea services and National awards to sea service members. Our local dues help fund the Sea Cadets and our awards to NROTCU SSU, three NJROTC Units and our adopted ships and units.

The Navy League is a worthwhile organization, interesting, informative and fun. I encourage you to join. For those interested, I have some brochures with application forms. My telephone number is listed on the form and if any questions, I would be pleased to answer them. If anyone is interested in attending a meeting as a guest just to check things out, I would be happy to take you to a meeting.

Jeff Zureick

Membership Chair  . 





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