Tuesday, April 3, 2018, Council Social & Forum. Dinner at 1730, meeting starts at 1830, Location Sam’s Hof Brau.
Come out and learn more about Sacramento SeaPower 2018, how you can
help get the word out on this important fundraising event, and how it
celebrates our local Sea Service related active and reserve units and
youth organizations. But wait, as if that wasn't enough, Council
President John Meyers will provide a presentation on Triton, the Navy’s
version of the Global Hawk Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). This new
platform dramatically increases the Navy's maritime surveillance
capabilities. Please bring a friend to this informative evening.
Saturday, April 7, 2018, 9:30 – 4:00, Pacific Central Region Spring Meeting and Selection of Officers, Moffett Field Museum, 126 Severyns Ave, Mountain View, CA 94043. Navy League Members and Guests Welcomed & Encouraged to attend. Please click here for the agenda, lodging options, and information about the interesting lineup of speakers. Festivities will actually start Friday evening with a Welcome Aboard gathering starting at 4:30 at the Palo Alto Elks Club. Click here for registration information. Click here for additional information.
Saturday, May 12, 2018, 11:00 AM, SeaPower Luncheon, Lionsgate Conference Center, McClellan Business Park.
Join the Navy League Sacramento Council at SeaPower
2018 on Saturday May 12th. The annual luncheon forms the backdrop for
celebrating local sea service related organizations and those who serve -
past, present and future. Your generous contributions towards the
success of the luncheon will provide funding for the Council's mission.
The Sacramento Council supports vital morale and welfare initiatives for
active and reserve sea service commands, and supports STEM program
outreach and scholarships for sea service youth programs.
Speakers supporting the important theme of this year's luncheon include RADM Bonnie B. Potter, USN Medical Corps, Retired; Captain Carola List, Commanding Officer, Coast Guard Air Station Sacramento and Cadet Lieutenant Commander Jasmine Yang, Commanding Officer, Luther Burbank JROTC. Our speakers will share their insights about past challenges, present opportunities, and future aspirations.