National Maritime Day Commemoration 2013, in the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore 051813

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USMMA KP Alumni - Chesapeake Chapter, Inc.                                                                                                                                                                                            Charter Member Chapter

KP Chesapeake  Presents:

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KP Chessie  
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National Maritime Day Commemoration SAT May 18, 2013 10:00AM
Aboard N.S.
Savannah, in the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore!


Free Tours of all the participating ships, also Maritime Expo & Career Fair 10:00AM to 3:00PM

~ SS UNITED STATES Conservancy presentation onboard NS SAVANNAH (10:00AM).  TEACH FLEET Presentation (10AM– 3PM) the world’s largest Lego Ship Model Collection, geared for K-12 STEM.  TEACH FLEET: Think Big, Dream Big, Build Big! ~

Crabcake Luncheon in the Passenger Dining Room (meal optional – pre-payment required!  Details below.)

Sponsored by the Port of Baltimore National Maritime Day Committee: USMMA KP Alumni - Chesapeake Chapter, Ft. Schuyler Maritime Alumni – Baltimore Chapter, Baltimore Port Alliance, Baltimore Maritime Exchange, Baltimore & Chesapeake Steamboat Company, Maryland Port Administration, and Nuclear Ship Savannah Association, and others... in cooperation with the U. S. Maritime Administration, and the MARAD Savannah Technical Staff

               

The World’s First Nuclear-Powered Merchant Ship – "Atoms for Peace" Program
A National Historic Landmark of the United States

Pier 13,
Canton Marine Terminal, 4601 Newgate Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21224.

Speaker: Honorable Barbara A. Mikulski (invited)
United States Senator representing the State of Maryland, & Chairwoman – Senate Appropriations Committee

David T. Matsuda - Maritime Administrator
Presenting the National Maritime Day Presidential Proclamation

Congresswoman Helen Delich Bentley - Past Chairman, Federal Maritime Commission
Providing a Port of Baltimore Welcome

featuring A Tribute to Captain Harry Marshall KP ’44 (1924-2012),
former President and Owner of American Foreign Shipping Co., Inc.

Program Agenda
10:00AM to 3:00PM - Pier 13 Open for Visitors, Maritime Expo & Career Fair & Ship Tours - N.S. Savannah, and all participating vessels

11:00AM - Commemoration Ceremony including
Bell Ringing & Wreath Laying.  Webcast provided by Maritime TV.  
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  Port of Baltimore Welcome: Congresswoman Helen Delich Bentley – Past Chairman, Federal Maritime Commission  
-  National Maritime Day - Presidential Proclamation:
David T. Matsuda – Maritime Administrator
Colors Honors provided by NJROTC Cadets from the
Baltimore Maritime Industries Academy, USMMA Midshipmen, and others!
Music of the USMMA Midshipman Regimental Band! 
Wreath laying / Bell Ringing / Water Cannon and Ship cannon salute!
11:20AM Speaker - Honorable Barbara A. Mikulski
(invited) - United States Senator representing the State of Maryland, & Chairwoman – Senate Appropriations Committee
12:00PM to 1:00 PM
- Crabcake Luncheon in the Passenger Dining Room (meal optional – pre-payment required!)

Event is “Rain or Shine”!  Ample Parking available on Pier 13. 
Click: Map & Directions to NS
Savannah http://kpchesapeake.com/Events/NS%20Savannah%20Balto%20map%20052208.JPG

Registration required for Luncheon only!  Pre-payment MUST Be Received By Thu May 16, 2013 (NO EXCEPTIONS!)
Pier 13 Entry, Ship
Tours, & Maritime Expo & Career Fair Free of Charge.
Luncheon Tickets will available for pick-up aboard N.S.
Savannah, at the gangway security office.
Crabcake luncheon: $ 35.00 Check payable to: KPChesapeake

Gary G. Hicks ’76 - President, USMMA KP Alumni – Chesapeake Chapter, Inc. Fortune Center, 42 Idlewild St., Bel Air, MD 21014

Tel: (410) 420-0080  E-mail: kpchesapeake@comcast.net  Web Site: http://www.kpchesapeake.com


ALL
Payments can be made online
.  Visit http://www.kpchesapeake.com National Maritime Day Commemoration 051813 web page

Complete event details -
Ref: KP Chesapeake NatMarDay Program 051813 http://kpchesapeake.com/Events/KP%20Chesapeake%20NatMarDay%20Program%20051813.doc
Ref: KP Ches NatMarDay Advert Offer 051912
http://kpchesapeake.com/Events/KP%20Ches%20NatMarDay%20Advert%20Offer%20051912.doc
Ref: KP Chesapeake MaritimeArtRaffle Ad 051912
http://kpchesapeake.com/Events/KP%20Chesapeake%20MaritimeArtRaffle%20Ad%20051912.doc

View our 2013 Program Summary Reports, Slide Shows and Video!

USMMA KPA-CPA News 051813
View as MS Word document - Click:
http://kpa-cpa.com/USMMAAF%20CPC/USMMA%20KPA-CPA%20News%20051813.doc
View as PDF - Adobe Acrobat Reader File - Click:
http://kpa-cpa.com/USMMAAF%20CPC/USMMA%20KPA-CPA%20News%20051813.pdf  

Enjoy our Slide Shows! Click links:
KP Ches NMD&AFD Balto NS Savannah 051813
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KP Ches NMD&AFD
Balto NS Savannah JMH 051813 http://share.shutterfly.com/action/welcome?sid=2YctWzNm0a2M
KP Ches NMD&AFD Balto NS Savannah JRH 051813
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Enjoy our Video Presentation!  Click link:
KP Chesapeake - National Maritime Day Aboard N.S. Savannah May 18, 2013 - MARITIME TV Webcast
http://www.maritimetv.com/Events/KP_Chesepeake_130518.aspx?VID=maritime/130518_KP_Chesapeake.flv#anchor

"MARAD Administrator Matsuda, KP Superintendent RADM Helis and Other Distinguished Speakers Highlight the 2013 National Maritime Day Celebration Aboard the N.S.
Savannah, Saturday May 18."

Ref: NMD Presidential  Proclamation 2013
http://kpa-cpa.com/USMMAAF%20CPC/NMD%20Presidential%20%20Proclamation%202013.doc

Webcast provided by Maritime TV
 

Dave Gardy (KP ‘80 ) - Chairman and CEO,
TV Worldwide / Maritime TV http://www.TVWorldwide.com

 

Registration & Payments

National Maritime Day Commemoration SAT May 18, 2013 10:00AM
Aboard N.S.
Savannah, in the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore!

Registration required for Luncheon only!  Pre-payment MUST Be Received By Thu May 16, 2013 (NO EXCEPTIONS!)
Pier 13 Entry, Ship
Tours, & Maritime Expo & Career Fair Free of Charge.
Luncheon Tickets will available for pick-up aboard N.S.
Savannah, at the gangway security office.
Crabcake luncheon: $ 35.00 Check payable to: KPChesapeake

Gary G. Hicks ’76 - President, USMMA KP Alumni – Chesapeake Chapter, Inc. Fortune Center, 42 Idlewild St., Bel Air, MD 21014

Tel: (410) 420-0080 
E-mail: kpchesapeake@comcast.net  Web Site: http://www.kpchesapeake.com

Secure Payments can also be made online .  Visit http://www.kpchesapeake.com National Maritime Day Commemoration 051813 web page

NMD Luncheon Aboard NS Savannah 051813 $ 35.00

NMD Lunch for two Aboard NS Savannah 051813 $ 70.00

NMD Luncheon - Sponsor A Midshipman!  Thank You! $ 35.00

NMD Lunch table of six Aboard NS Savannah 051813 $ 210.00

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USMMA KP Chesapeake - Business Development Opportunities!

National Maritime Day Commemoration SAT May 18, 2013 10:00AM
Aboard N.S.
Savannah, in the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore!

Welcome! Program Brochure Advertisers

$ 100.00 (1/4 page) $ 200.00 (1/2 page) $ 400.00 (full page).  Publication is sized 8.5" (H) x 5.5" (W), Multi-page, bi-fold, color printing.  Please provide text & logo art as jpeg, gif or other standard graphic file(s) by Mon May 13, 2013.  All corporate, organization or individual advertisers are welcome.  Proceeds are used to fund our National Maritime Day Commemoration event and Midshipman Support Activities. 

Check payable to: KPChesapeake

Secure Payments can also be made online .  Visit http://www.kpchesapeake.com  National Maritime Day Commemoration 051813 web page      

Proceeds to assist in funding our National Maritime Day Program, and our Midshipman Support Activities.

Questions ? Contact our KP Chesapeake Business Development Committee

Contact: John M. Hotaling ’68 – Director, Industry Outreach
E-mail: JHotaling@me.com Bus: (703) 525-4092, Cell: (703) 867-4900

NMD Brochure Advertiser 051813- Quarter (1/4) Page $ 100.00

NMD Brochure Advertiser 051813 - Half (1/2) Page $ 200.00

NMD Brochure Advertiser 051813 - FULL Page $ 400.00

Ref: KP Ches NatMarDay Advert Offer 051912 http://kpchesapeake.com/Events/KP%20Ches%20NatMarDay%20Advert%20Offer%20051912.doc

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National Maritime Day Commemoration 2013, in the Helen Delich Bentley Port of Baltimore 051813

A Tribute to Captain Harry Marshall KP ’44 (1924-2012),
former President and Owner of American Foreign Shipping Co., Inc.

    
Captain Harry Marshall KP ‘44                 USMM Cadet Harry Marshall, 1942, aboard the SS Thomas Hartley 

Captain Marshall was born March 12, 1924, in Jackson (Breathitt County) Kentucky.  His passing was December 18, 2012, in New Jersey.

He was the eldest child and eldest son of Thomas Franklin and Nelle (Haddix) Marshall.  Harry William was named for his two grandfathers.  He was born in the home of his maternal grandparents, William and Margaret (Gabbard) Haddix, both descendents of the original settlers of Breathitt County, Kentucky. Harry married Mary Margaret Kelly on August 30, 1947 and together they raised six accomplished children.

He was appointed to the U.S. Merchant Marine Cadet Corps in 1942.  As a Deck Cadet, he served aboard the "Thomas Hartley" for sixteen months of which eight were spent in
Murmansk and Molotovsh in Convoy IW53 which became known as the "Forgotten Convoy."

After graduating in 1944, Harry Marshall joined American Foreign Steamship Corporation, a company whose origins predated World War I.  Rising from Third Mate on the "Wildwood," he became Master of the "William P. McArthur" in 1947.  In May, 1947, he came ashore serving as Assistant Port Captain, Port Captain and Vice President of Operations until mid-1984.

From 1984 to 1996, Harry was President and Owner of American Foreign Shipping Co., Inc.  In that capacity he served as General Agent and Ship Manager for the Maritime Administration, managing freighters and tankers in the Ready Reserve Force. AFS was engaged in vessel conversions, no-notice activations, maintenance, upgrades and outportings as well as activating and operating RRF vessels in Desert Shield/Desert Storm.  AFS also operated tankers in the USN Afloat Prepositioning Fleet during Somalia peace keeping.  He was invited and testified, as Ship Manager, before the House Merchant Marine Subcommittee in the Persian Gulf Sealift hearings.

The service Captain Marshall has devoted to the U.S. Maritime Industry and to the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, NY, has been recognized with the 1979 Alumni Associations' Outstanding Professional Achievement Award, the 1999 Kings Pointer of the Year Award, and the 2004 Lifetime Achievement Award.  He served as a Director Emeritus of the USMMA Alumni Foundation.

Captain Marshall’s other achievements/awards include: USMMA Room 105 Fulton Hall being named for him in 1992.  On January 9, 2006, the conference room of the American Merchant Marine Museum at Kings Point was named for Captain Marshall.  He also served as Chairman of the Kings Point Fiftieth Anniversary Class Gift Committee in 1994.

Vice Admiral Albert J. Herberger, (KP ’55)USN (Ret.), former Maritime Administrator, recognized Harry W. Marshall's outstanding achievements with these words: "...a lifetime of service to the US maritime industry and significant contributions, exceptional performance and long standing dedication to the Maritime Administration in support of Strategic Sealift."
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KP Chesapeake Maritime Art Raffle!
In conjunction with the Port of Baltimore - National Maritime Day Commemoration 2013 .

The USMMA KP Alumni – Chesapeake Chapter, is providing a Maritime Art Raffle!
100% of the proceeds will be provided to the

USMMA Midshipman Enhanced Alcohol and Drug Education Program

This Academy Program, from the 2013 Margins of Excellence Needs List is one of the Cutting-Edge Programs - for developing Sound Leadership to creating a Dynamic Campus Culture - that requires annual funding.

One of the Academy’s top priorities is to be the most proactive higher education institution in the U.S. with regard to addressing the risks of alcohol and drug use among 18-25 year olds.  Colleges and Universities across the country use different ways to address the risks of drug and alcohol abuse on campus in this demographic.  The Academy seeks to be a leader in identifying preeminent methods to address alcohol and drug abuse among college-age students.  This program will supplement and enhance the Academy’s ongoing efforts to create a cutting-edge preventative education program.

This Need meets the Cutting-Edge Programs Strategic Goal to deliver integrated and innovative academic, professional and regimental programs to prepare Midshipmen for leadership and service to the nation, the Sound Leadership Strategic Goal to strengthen leadership, organizational capacity and governance of the Academy at all levels and the Dynamic Campus Culture Strategic Goal to create a vibrant, diverse and inclusive culture to attract and educate best-in-class maritime leaders.

 
"Spinnakers under the Skyway"
Subject: J-105’s Racing into Tampa Bay under the Sunshine Skyway Bridge
Full-sized (18" x 36") framed, limited-edition print on canvas!
Contemporary Marine Art provided by

KP Chesapeake Chapter Member - Michael J. Woodard '81 - Mariner Graphics Artist

Tickets: $ 10.00 each
Drawing
:
Wednesday May 22, 2013 (Winner need not be present!)
at The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute, 692 Maritime Boulevard, Linthicum Heights, MD 21090
Payments must be received by: DEADLINE: Tuesday May 21, 2013

* NOTE:
The appropriate number of tickets will be provided for all donations received.  Please make certain that we have your contact information, including e-mail address and telephone number.

Mail to:
Gary G. Hicks ’76 - President, USMMA KP Alumni – Chesapeake Chapter, Inc.,
Fortune Center, 42 Idlewild Street,Bel Air, MD 21014 Tel: (410) 420-0080 
E-mail: kpchesapeake@comcast.net  Web site: http://www.kpchesapeake.com

Check payable to: KPChesapeake

Visit http://www.kpchesapeake.com National Maritime Day Commemoration 051813 web page

Ref: KP
Chesapeake MaritimeArtRaffle Ad 052213
http://kpchesapeake.com/Events/KP%20Chesapeake%20MaritimeArtRaffle%20Ad%20052213.doc


K
P Chesapeake Chapter Member - Michael J. Woodard '81 - Mariner Graphics Artist poses with his work "After The Storm"

Art provided by KP Chesapeake Member Michael J. Woodard '81 - Mariner Graphics Artist
Visit Mariner Graphics http://www.marinergraphix.com

Thank You for your generous support!
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