- Family Room Opens: Informal social and genealogy time
to meet new family members and catch up with old friends.
, Registration: In Hotel Lobby
Dutch treat dinner together or in family groups that evening at a local
restaurant or at the hotel.
, Registration in the Hotel Lobby.
Free Day: Visit
with family at the hotel or head out to see the sights of San Diego. See Things to Do in San Diego
Family Room Open All Day
, Officers Meetingat the hotel.
7:30 PM – Dutch Treat Dinner– Meet in the lobby to cross the street
to Anthony’s Fish
Grotto for dinner.Anthony’s
is a Great Setting: Located on the waterfront, overlooking beautiful San DiegoBay.Most
Popular Dishes: Fresh Mesquite Broiled Swordfish; Grilled Shrimp
with Honey Mustard Sauce; Supreme Salad with Shrimp, Crab and Lobster.Excellent Service: The freshest seafood served
in a fun, friendly atmosphere.
Friday, June 18:
and : Registration in
the hotel lobby.
, Bus Tour:Board the Double Decker Bus for
a day of fun!Be
sure to bring your camera.We’ll
attend the Recruit Graduation at the MarineCorps Recruit
Depot (it will renew your faith in the youth of America and you’ll be in a flag waving mood
when you leave), followed by lunch in San Diego’s OldTown.Then
we’re off to CabrilloNational Monument for the very best view of San Diego.On
the return trip to the hotel, there’ll be time for shopping and
sight seeing in OldTown (for those who prefer, we’ll take
you back to the hotel and return for the shoppers).$35 includes bus and lunch ($17 for Children
12 and under). See additional information on stops at the bottom
of the page.We must have
40 signups for the tour to take place.
, Deli Buffet
on the Hotel Terrace: $30.00 for Adults and $20.00 for 12 and Under.Visit
with the family and discuss the day’s activities.Clown face painting
for the young and the young at heart!Menu consists of;California Fresh Fruit Tray, Potato Salad,
Tossed Salad, Chips, Sliced Roast Beef/Turkey/Ham/Pastrami, Assorted
Cheeses, Condiments, Assorted Breads and Croissants, Cookies and
Brownies, Coffee, Iced Tea.Full
bar service is available.
- , Registration in Hotel Lobby
Family Room: Open
for conversation and sharing of research.
, Membership Meeting: the annual business meeting of the
, Family Photograph: location will be announced at the
Membership Meeting. An order form will be available at the Reunion. There will also be an opportunity
for individual family photos to be taken.
, Banquet: Adult $37.00, $17.00 under 12. Our annual gift exchange follows, so please bring gifts
representing your hometown. Suggest one gift for each member of your
party. After dinner, we’ll have music for dancing or just enjoying
while you continue discussions with dinner companions.
Departure Breakfast/Brunch: informal and Dutch treat, have breakfast with others or make
your own group plans, in the hotel's restaurant. Say Good Bye until next year!
Family Room Open until check out time
is a $25.00 Registration Fee in addition to the prices listed above
for anyone 18 or older.
deadline is May 15th.
our registration form here or in the PDA newsletter starting with the
January 2004 issue.
BUS TOUR INFORMATION
Corps Graduation: Marine Corps Recruit
Depot (MCRD) San Diego is one of the birthplaces of basically trained
Marines. It is here where America's young men are transformed
into Marines. We believe that Marines are forged in a furnace of shared
hardship and tough training. This shared, intense experience creates bonds
of comradeship and standards of conduct so strong that Marines will let
nothing stand in their way. This belief will continue to be the basis upon
which we make Marines. Marine Corps recruits are trained not only physically
and mentally, but morally as well. Forming the bedrock of any Marine's
character are the Core Values -- Honor, Courage and Commitment. By incorporating
these values into recruit training, the Marine created is not just a basically
trained, morally conscious Marine, but also a better American citizen who
will return to society following his or her service to this country.
where Europeans first landed on the California coast. On September 28, 1542,
Juan Rodríguez Cabrillo landed at San Diego Bay. This event marked the
first time that a European expedition had set foot on what later became the
west coast of the United States. His accomplishments were memorialized on October
14, 1913 with the establishment of Cabrillo National Monument. The Monument
has a breathtaking panoramic view of San Diego and its bay. It is the second
most visited national monument in the U.S. (First is the Statue of Liberty).
Diego Old Town: Old Town San Diego State Historic Park recreates
life in the Mexican and early American periods of 1821 to 1872. Five
original adobes are part of the complex, which includes shops, restaurants
and a museum.