|ARE YOU READY TO CELEBRATE?|
The 2013 Annual Meeting in Jacksonville will mark the beginning of a year-long celebration of the USPS® 100th Anniversary!
Every squadron and district in USPS is urged to share their pride and commitment to boating safety and education with community celebrations and to participate with fellow members by having their community successes featured on this 100th Anniversary website.
This site will also serve as the primary resource for descriptions of USPS 100th Anniversary activities and as a source for tools to help squadrons and districts with their own celebrations. It is administered as a function of the 100th Anniversary Committee chaired by P/R/C Trudy Brown, AP, reporting to V/C Robert Baldridge, SN.
Please direct questions and comments to Bobbi Jensen
|April 26, 2013|
|Website for 100th Anniversary Photos
Headquarters has helped us set up a site on Smugmug for posting 100th anniversary related photos.
If you have a photo or photos you would want to share with all of USPS that pertains to the 100th anniversary please send them to our 100th Anniversary photographer, Steve Erickson. His email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. To view the posted photos go to the Informational links at the top of this page and click it. Show us what your District or Squadron is doing to celebrate our 100 years of existence.
|April 25, 2013|
If you are a squadron or district newsletter editor, click on downloads at the top of this page to find an invitation to attend the 100th anniversary Meeting in January. Please post each month through January in your newsletters.
|April 9, 2013|
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|Information About the City of Jacksonville
If you have not visited Jacksonville before, but you are thinking about attending in 2014 for the 100th Anniversary festivities, go to www.visitjacksonville.com
The city of Jacksonville is a big player in the festivities that are being planned for our celebration in January. More to follow when all the plans have been finalized.