WPSSFBA

West Point Society of the San Francisco Bay Area

This is the official homepage of the West Point Society of the San Francisco Bay Area.  The mission of the Society is to promote fellowship among graduates of the United States Military Academy at West Point, New York, who live in the San Francisco Bay Area; to continue to foster the ideas of West Point; and to support our Alma Matter.  BEAT NAVY!


Mar
18
6:30 PM18:30

FOUNDERS DAY 2017

The West Point Society of the San Francisco Bay Area is pleased to invite you to attend our annual Founders Day dinner to commemorate the 215th Anniversary of Our Rockbound Highland Home.

Our Founders Day Dinner will be at the Claremont Country Club in Oakland on Saturday, March 18, 2017.  Additional details and the registration can be found at:   

https://secure.west-point.org/wpssfba/foundersday

We are extremely fortunate to have William P. “Bill” Foley ’67, as our Guest Speaker.  Bill was the recipient of the 2016 West Point Distinguished Graduate Award. Bill is a successful entrepreneur and businessman in several industries (real estate, specialty finance, vineyards and wine).  Recently, Bill also became the principal owner of a NHL Hockey Team, Vegas Golden Knights

Please register early – only 180 people can be seated in the main dining room.  We offer no assurance that we will be able to accommodate late registrants or walk-ins.  Registration will close on February 28, 2017, or when we hit the maximum number of attendees, whichever comes first.

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Dec
10
12:00 PM12:00

Army Beats Navy Watch Party 2016

SAN FRANCISCO OPTION:

LOCATION: North Star Cafe (1560 Powell St. San Francisco, CA 94133) Please note this is a 21+ venue and a joint watch party with the Naval Academy Society of San Francisco

MENU: Burgers, dogs, chips, and sides

PRICE: Members $5, Non-members $10

TO REGISTER: CLICK HERE

 

PALO ALTO OPTION:

LOCATION: Old Pro (541 Ramona St. Palo Alto, CA 94301)

MENU: Taco bar, slider bar, salads and sides

PRICE: Members $20, Non-members $30, Children (2-18) $10

TO REGISTER: CLICK HERE

 

ALTERNATIVE OPTION:

The Facebook Vets & Allies ERG is pleased to announce that they will be hosting the Army vs Navy football game at Facebook HQs in Hacker Square

Feel free to bring your favorite chair and enjoy the game on the big screen at Facebook headquarters!

At the game, they will also hold a donation drive for the Menlo Park VA. They are looking for clothes (i.e. jackets, shirts, gloves, beanies) and toiletries (toothbrushes/paste, razors, soap, lotions) to provide to local Veterans in need for the coming winter months. 

To RSVP, click here: https://armyvsnavygame.splashthat.com/

 

Ferment Drink Repeat

Drop in and watch the game with Kevin Inglin ’93 at his new Brewery, Tap Room and Homebrew Supply FDR is located at 2636 San Bruno Avenue in San Francisco.

They will have two TVs showing the game, and run a Happy Hour special ($1 off drafts) during the big Army win. Kid friendly, pet friendly, and please feel free to bring in your own food/snacks from home or from any of the dozen+ restaurants near the brewery.

 

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Nov
12
to Nov 13

5th Annual San Francisco Veterans Film Festival

San Francisco, Calif. (October 5, 2016) — OneVet OneVoice announces the 5th Annual San Francisco Veterans Film Festival (SFVFF), spotlighting both veteran and civilian filmmakers addressing topics related to the military. The November 12-13, 2016 program, hosted by San Francisco Public Library’s Main Library in the Koret Auditorium, will be free to the public and offer films, panel discussions, presenters, and special events. The full program schedule will be updated online at SFVeteransfilmfestival.org as films are confirmed and finalized by Oct. 17.

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Oct
27
6:15 PM18:15

Benny Havens

The West Point Society of the San Francisco Bay Area is holding a Benny Havens on Thursday, October 27th, 2016 in San Francisco. Come and enjoy the company of fellow alumni this month at the Marine Memorial Club, Chesty’s Bar on 609 Sutter Street San Francisco, CA. Join us and share a few drinks. 

Please RSVP to Nina Leslie at ninaleslie@earthlink.net if you plan on attending.

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May
8
8:30 PM20:30

Thanks John Swensson '65!

A huge thanks to John for his timely and insightful remarks to future graduates of West Point as well as parents of current cadets. John is picture above speaking to the audience.

A huge thanks to John for his timely and insightful remarks to future graduates of West Point as well as parents of current cadets. John is picture above speaking to the audience.

John Swensson '65 stepped in to a special role as he gave a keynote address to the West Point Parent's Club of Northern California. Authentic remarks that came from his heart set John apart in a special way on a day meant to honor those recently granted admission to West Point, as well as further develop ties among the many parents of current cadets. A huge thanks to John for going to extra mile in his lifelong pursuit of selfless service and devotion to the long gray line.

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Mar
15
to Apr 3

Wear Blue, run to remember: on April 3 2016 in San Francsico

wear blue: run to remember, a non-profit running community founded by the widow of Class of 2001 West Point Alum CPT John Hallett, KIA 25 August 2009, is creating a living memorial to fallen service members at Rock'n'Roll San Francisco on Sunday, April 3, 2016. wear blue is honoring 100 fallen military members on this tribute mile, and needs 100 volunteers to hold flags in honor of each of these heroes. wear blue relies on the support of the community, to ensure that each of these service members are not forgotten.  Many of these heroes' family and friends will be on the mile. To volunteer to be a part of this moving tribute and meaningful community support, please register at http://www.wearblueruntoremember.org/rocknroll-san-francisco.html. Please contact Lisa Hallett (lisa.hallett@wearblueruntoremember.org) with any questions. 

Details:

Volunteers will need to arrive by 5:30 am to account for road closures, and will be done by 8:30. It will be an early morning, but meaningful and beautiful.

 

Finally, on Saturday morning, Lisa needs 3-4 runners to help take a few promo photos at Baker Beach. We are meeting at 6:30 to catch the sunrise, and will take about an hour. Are you interested/available in joining? Please reach out to Lisa direct. 

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Mar
5
6:00 PM18:00

Founder's Day Sign-Up Open! Event on March 5th 2016

Dear Bay Area Society / Friends,

Please find full details and sign-up below. Hope to see you all there!

The West Point Society of the San Francisco Bay Area invites you to attend the TWO HUNDRED FOURTEENTH ANNIVERSARY of the founding of the UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY FOUNDERS DAY DINNER at

Saturday March 5, 2016 @
CLAREMONT COUNTRY CLUB
5295 Broadway Terrace
Oakland, CA 94618

Special Guest: Kevin W. Mott ‘07
2014 Nininger Award Recipient & Silver Star Recipient in Support of Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan

Register and pay online (by February 18, 2016) at:
https://secure.west-point.org/wpssfba/foundersday or mail in your check  

We anticipate a large turnout – only the first 180 people to sign up will be seated in the main dining room

Please take a moment to learn about CPT Mott's background and roots as a Bay Area native:

CPT Kevin Mott is from San Rafael, California.  He graduated from West Point with a Bachelor’s Degree in Spanish and Arabic in May of 2007.  Upon commissioning, CPT Mott attended the Infantry Officer Basic Course at Fort Benning, GA.  In June of 2008, he reported to Fort Campbell, KY, immediately deployed to Samarra Iraq in support of OIF 07-08 and served as a Platoon Leader in Charlie Company, 2-327 IN and redeployed from Iraq in November 2008.  After serving as Platoon Leader CPT Mott then assumed duties as the Executive Officer for Charlie Company until being selected to serve as the Reconnaissance Platoon leader for his Battalion.  CPT Mott deployed as the Reconnaissance Platoon leader in support of OEF 10-11. Upon redeployment, CPT Mott reported to Fort Benning, GA where he attended the Maneuver Captains’ Career Course before reporting to Fort Bliss, TX in April, 2012, assuming duties as the Assistant S-3 3-41IN. CPT Mott took command of Charlie Company, 3-41 Infantry in February 2013 in Afghanistan. CPT Mott led the Company for eight months of combat operations and redeployed in September of 2013. CPT Mott left Charlie Company in May 2014 and assumed command of HHC Brigade on 14 July 2014.  CPT Mott left command of HHC Brigade Company in July 2015. CPT Mott was selected for the General Wayne A. Downing Scholarship, and currently attends Stanford University and is pursuing a Master's Degree in International Policy studies with a focus in International Security and Cooperation. 

CPT Mott’s awards and decorations include the Silver Star Medal, Bronze Star Medal with OLC, Purple Heart, Army Commendation Medal with OLC, Army Achievement Medal with OLC, Iraq Campaign Medal, Afghanistan Campaign medal, NATO Service Ribbon, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, the Overseas Ribbon, the Ranger Tab, Combat Infantryman’s Badge, Expert Infantryman’s Badge, Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, and the Pathfinder Badge.

CPT Mott is married to Mrs. Lauren Mott of San Rafael, CA.  Their first child, Keira, was recently born on 14 July 2015.

Board Secretary Ben Faw (also '07), is excited to have his classmate join us. Ben is currently enjoying a new role as co-founder at BestReviews.com, providing content reviews for everything from dehumidifiers to water heaters, and many items in between.

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Dec
5
11:30 AM11:30

Army / Navy Football Game Viewing - Sat December 12th

In Silicon Valley

Old Pro Restaurant and Sports Bar
541 Ramona St., Palo Alto, CA 94301

  • Non-member price: $30

·        Ticket price includes a taco bar, slider bar, various salads and other sides, non- alcoholic beverages. Register here

 

In San Francisco

North Star Cafe
1560 Powell St., San Francisco, CA 94133

  • Non USNA grad society price: $10
  • Burgers, hot dogs, assorted sides. Please note: this is an age 21+ location.

·        To register click here

 

In Pleasanton – Hosted by the West Point Parents Club of Northern CA

 

Pick 6 Sports Bar

4825 Hopyard Rd., Pleasanton, CA 94588

11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

No prior registration necessary – just show up!

 

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Nov
22
4:30 PM16:30

Annual Board Meeting Results / Updates

On November 11, 2015, the West Point Society of the San Francisco Bay Area held its Annual Board Meeting and Benny Havens at the Marines Memorial Club in San Francisco.  We had a great turnout – 19 people attended.

 

New Board Members were elected, and the Board composition is now as follows:

 

Board of Directors

Charles Correll ’89, President

Robert Ferro ’84, 1st Vice President

Nina Leslie, 2nd Vice President

Ben Fae ’07, Secretary

John McBeth ’69, Treasurer

 

Members at Large

Ben Boyd ‘06

Rob McMahon ‘02

Tom Pae ‘05

Malcolm Thompson ‘95

David Weinerth ‘88

 

Tom Pae ‘05, Webmaster

 

 

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Jul
15
2:00 PM14:00

Meet the Author: General Stanley McChrystal

Join us for the upcoming "Meet the Author" event with General Stanley McChrystal, USA (Ret.), where he will discuss his book, 

"Team of Teams: New Rules of Engagement for a Complex World." 

Please note the start time is 2pm. This is a free event.

To register:    https://mmanetcom.marineclub.com/sslpage.aspx?pid=369

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Jun
18
6:30 PM18:30

WPSSFBA Benny Havens

The West Point Society of the San Francisco Bay Area is holding a Benny Havens on Thursday, June 18, 2015 in Oakland.

Come and enjoy the company of fellow alumni this month at Ozumo in Oakland!  Located on Broadway in downtown Oakland, Ozumo is one of the hot spots for networking in Oakland with a delicious set of appetizers and great drink selections.  Please join us and share a few drinks. 

Ozumo Restaurant
2251 Broadway
Oakland, CA

Please RSVP to Ty Amey '99, at Tyriene.amey@gmail.com if you plan on attending.

www.ozumooakland.com

We look forward to seeing you there!

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May
31
1:00 PM13:00

Bay Area Service Academy Giants Game

Sign-up: https://s08.123signup.com/servlet/SignUp?P=15311701911429226400&Info=&PG=1531170182300

Come celebrate Military Appreciation Month with good food, good drinks, and Giants baseball! On Sunday, May 31, Bay Area Service Academy alumni, family, and friends will gather at Tres in San Francisco for pre-game festivities before walking over to AT&T Park to watch the Giants take on the Atlanta Braves.

Light snacks will be offered, along with a cash bar and pay-as-you-go food.

Click below to register. When registering, please be sure to indicate if you will be joining us at Tres so we can plan accordingly. Also, be sure to indicate in the questionnaire how you would like to receive your tickets:

1.) At Tres before 12:45 PM
2.) At Will Call at AT&T Park (ID required)

Pre-game Festivities: 11:00am – 12:45 PM
Tres
130 Townsend St
San Francisco, CA 94107

Giants Game: First pitch at 1:05 PM
Game tickets: $35
AT&T Park
24 Willie Mays Plaza
San Francisco, CA 94107

What is BASAP?
BASAP stands for "Bay Area Service Academy Partnership." All of Northern California's Service Academy alumni associations (USMA, USAFA, USMMA, USCGA, USNA and SVBN) have joined forces to bring you bigger events and more networking opportunities. Be on the lookout for more BASAP events throughout the year!

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May
6
6:00 PM18:00

2015 Stanford GSB Military Service Appreciation Dinner

  • Vidalakis Dining Hall - Schwab Residential Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

2015 Leadership Award Recipient & Honoree

Bret Comolli, MBA '89
Chairman, Asurion

Bret serves as the Chairman of Asurion overseeing the growth and success of Asurion’s strategies and business operations. He brings more than thirty years of proven leadership, business management and consulting experience to Asurion’s executive team. Bret’s prior business experience includes CEO, COO and General Manager positions at companies such as Excite@Home, Kendara, Risk Management Solutions and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He also worked at McKinsey & Company, consulting to Fortune 500 companies on strategic, operational and organizational issues. Bret graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point with a Bachelor of Science in engineering and earned an MBA from the Graduate School of Business at Stanford University. He serves as an officer of the Board of Directors for CTIA - The Wireless Association. Bret is a member of the Stanford University Board of Trustees, serves as chairman of the GSB Management Board, and is a member of the Board of Directors of Stanford Hospital and Clinics.

Featuring a keynote address by

Don Faul, MBA '06
Don’s past experience includes leadership positions at Pinterest, Facebook, and Google as well as in the United States Marine Corps. He served as the Head of Operations at Pinterest, where he led community support and outreach, international growth, and business partnerships and sales.  Before Pinterest, Don served as the Vice President of Online Operations at Facebook, where he built and led the company’s global user, developer and payments and risk operations teams. Don joined Facebook from Google, where he built and managed the operations supporting merchants using Google’s commerce and payments products. He started his career as a Marine Infantry Officer, serving as a Platoon Commander with 1st Light Armored Battalion and 1st Force Reconnaissance Company. Don completed combat tours in both Afghanistan and Iraq before leaving active duty in 2003. Don graduated with Honors from the United States Naval Academy with a BS in Systems Engineering and received his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Don currently sits on the board of Nuru International, a non-profit focused on battling extreme poverty through sustainable development efforts and the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation, an organization that provides college scholarship to the children of Marines. Don left Pinterest in February 2015 and will take some time off before his next opportunity.

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Benny Havens
Apr
28
6:30 PM18:30

Benny Havens

Please join us at Benny Havens Hour and share a few drinks in San Francisco.

TAP 415
Westfield Center
845 Market Street
San Francisco, CA  94103

Public transportation & parking information: http://www.westfield.com/sanfrancisco/center-info/getting-here/ 

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Apr
26
11:30 AM11:30

West Point Parents Club – All Academies Spring Luncheon

To register:  

PRICE. $50.00 per person.  USMA Candidates/Cadets are free.

NOTES. All guests, family, and friends are welcome. This is an All-academy event, so whether your son or daughter is about to join, or currently at or was at the USMA, USNA, USAFA, USCGA or USMMA, you are an academy grad, you are all welcome to attend as we are all united in the bonds of the military family.

Club Members - Please remember to bring a raffle prize or a gift basket.

RSVP by April 20, 2015

QUESTIONS. Contact Sandra Gomez, First Vice-President of the West Point Parent Club of Northern California, at 707.422.3607 or vpsandragomez@gmail.com.

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Apr
23
6:00 PM18:00

Ivy Plus Society's Spring Fling!

Cocktail Party

Thursday, April 23rd | 6-9pm
Have a fling this Spring with The Ivy Plus Society! We're going back to our roots and celebrating each other Ivy style at one of the oldest joints in San Francisco -- Raven. This classic cocktail lounge dates back to 1900s and guarantees great music and speciality cocktails. Buy One Get One Free tickets are blooming, grab them before they are all picked.

TICKETS

Early Bird: Buy One Get One Free $12
Advanced Online: $15
Day-Of: $20

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Apr
16
7:00 PM19:00

4th Annual Salute to Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans

6:30 pm Registration | 7:00 pm Commemoration Program
This is a FREE event. REGISTER ONLINE TODAY.


Please plan on joining us for our 4th Annual Salute to Iraq and Afghanistan War Veterans. 
The event will start with a commemoration program at 7:00 pm. 

We are fortunate to have General James N. Mattis, USMC (Ret.), former Commander of the US Central Command back as our guest speaker this year. The Central Command is one of 10 Unified Commands. Five of these commands are combatant commands with geographic boundaries, and the Central Command area stretches from Egypt to Pakistan, including Iraq and Afghanistan and the Nations in between. 

General Mattis is one of our Nation’s most combat experienced General Officers. As an infantry battalion commander, he led his battalion on the attack to seize Kuwait International Airport in Operation Desert Storm. Ten weeks after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, then-Brigadier General Mattis was commanding Task Force 58 when he launched six CH-53E Super Stallion helicopters from the amphibious assault ship Peleliu. His Task Force traveled nearly 400 miles from the North Arabian Sea before touching down in Afghanistan. Task Force 58 combined 8,000 Marines and sailors from the Peleliu and Bataan amphibious ready groups. Within a few days, he had landed his Marines on the dusty airstrip in Kandahar province, breaking the back of the Taliban leadership in Kandahar. The Nov. 25, 2001, mission is considered the deepest insertion of Marines from the sea into a combat zone in our nation’s history.

As a Major General, he commanded the 1st Marine Division, leading his Division from Kuwait in March 2003 to seize Baghdad. His Marines pulled down Saddam Hussein’s statue on 9 April, 2002, and then, on 10 April, raced 150 kilometers north of Baghdad to seize Tikrit. General Mattis popularized the slogan "no better friend, no worse enemy", teaching his Marines:

          “Whenever you show anger or disgust toward civilians, it's a victory for Al Qaeda and other insurgents.” Reflecting an understanding of the need for restraint in war as key to defeating an insurgency, he added that, "Every time you wave at an Iraqi civilian, Al Qaeda rolls over in its grave”

He remained in Iraq until August, and then returned his Division back to Iraq to fight the 1st battle of Fallujah in April 2004. As a lieutenant general, he commanded the Marine Corps Combat Development Command and then the I Marine Expeditionary Force as the commander of US Marine Forces Central Command in Iraq and Afghanistan. As a 4 star general, he served as both NATO’s Supreme Allied Commander Transformation from 2007-2009 and as commander, US Joint Forces Command from 2007-2010. 

In the summer of 2010, he was selected to command the U.S. CENTRAL Command. 

After Gen. Mattis' talk, all Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans are invited to join him for a reception.

REGISTER ONLINE TODAY!

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Apr
9
6:00 PM18:00

Salute to Viet Nam Veterans, 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War

Join us for the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War for an evening honoring Viet Nam Veterans.  Our Guest of Honor is Paul “Buddy” Bucha who is the recipient of the Medal of Honor.  He’ll speak, followed by showing of “Last Days in Vietnam”, Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary. Our commemoration program will be followed by a grand reception with open bar, carving stations, plenty of hor d’overves, live music and dancing. 

• 5:30 pm Registration | 6:00 pm Special screening of the documentary, "Last Days in Vietnam"
  FREE Admission to Movie Screening
• Following Film Screening: Grand Reception with live music from the era, hors d' oeuvres,  desserts and open bar.
GRAND RECEPTION TICKETS: $49.00 per person to attend grand reception

http://www.marineclub.com/calendar/?y=2015&m=4&d=9&id=863&view=list 

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Mar
14
6:30 PM18:30

2015 West Point Founders Day

The West Point Society of the San Francisco Bay Area

invites you to attend the 

 TWO HUNDRED THIRTEENTH ANNIVERSARY 

of the founding of the

UNITED STATES MILITARY ACADEMY

 

FOUNDERS DAY DINNER

at

CLAREMONT COUNTRY CLUB

5295 Broadway Terrace
Oakland, CA 94618 

 

 

Special Guest 

Paul “Bud” Bucha’65 

Medal of Honor Recipient
2014 West Point Distinguished Graduate Award

 

Saturday March 14, 2015

  

Register and pay online (by February 20, 2015) at:

https://secure.west-point.org/wpssfba/foundersday

 

We anticipate a large turnout – only the first 180 people to sign up will be seated in the main dining room

                                                           

No Host Bar 1830-1930 Hours

Dinner will Commence at 1930 Hours

Cost per person: $80 for Chicken, Salmon or Flat Iron Steak                   

 

Price Includes Wine with Dinner, and Free Parking

 

Dress:  Military – Dress Blues with Bow Tie or Mess Dress

  Civilians – Semi-Formal (Black Tie Optional)

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Dec
13
11:30 AM11:30

Army-Navy Viewing (Silicon Valley)

  • Old Pro Restaurant and Sports Bar (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Everyone is invited to join the USNA grads to watch the Army Navy Game at either the Old Pro in Palo Alto or the
North Star in San Francisco

USMA attendees – please register as NON-MEMBERS
 

Old Pro Restaurant and Sports Bar
541 Ramona St., Palo Alto, CA, 94301

  • Non-member price: $25
  • Ticket price includes a taco bar, slider bar, various salads and other sides, non-alcoholic beverages.

Register here. 

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Dec
13
11:30 AM11:30

Army-Navy Viewing (San Francisco)

Everyone is invited to join the USNA grads to watch the Army Navy Game at either the Old Pro in Palo Alto or the
North Star in San Francisco

USMA attendees – please register as NON-MEMBERS

North Star Cafe
1560 Powell St., San Francisco, CA, 94133

  • Non-member price: $5
  • Ticket price includes choice of burger or hot dog, assorted sides, and non-alcoholic beverages. Please note: this is a 21+ location.

Register here.

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Oct
23
6:30 PM18:30

Joint Northern California Networking Dinner - Senior Military Colleges and Service Academies

  • Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Northern California Networking Dinner at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport in Burlingame, CA.  The networking dinner will include alumni from the senior military colleges and the service academies.  

6:30 – 7:30PM – Cash Bar
7:30PM – Dinner Buffet Begins
Cost: $50/pp  -  Cash Bar

Register: https://www.vmialumni.org/norcalnetworkingdinner

QUESTIONS – contact Eric Hunter (ehunter@VMIAA.org)

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Oct
7
7:00 PM19:00

Friends of Veterans Health Research Lecture

NCIRE - The Veterans Health Research Institute

  

invites you to attend the fifth annual lecture

 

Wednesday, October 15, 2014  

 

5:30 pm: Arrival and light refreshments 

6:00 pm: Lecture begins

Annual Lecture Speaker: The Honorable Sloan D. Gibson
Deputy Secretary, Department of Veterans Affairs

Guest Speaker: Paul William "Bud" Bucha
Recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor 

  

At the Marines' Memorial Club & Hotel, 609 Sutter Street, San Francisco

     

Please register at www.ncire.org/fovhr_rsvp 
to confirm your attendance.

 

 

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Army vs Stanford Tailgate
Sep
13
10:00 AM10:00

Army vs Stanford Tailgate

Presented by the West Point Society of the Silicon Valley

Tailgate begins approximately 2.5 - 3 hours prior to kick-off.

REGISTER: https://www.westpointaog.org/GoArmyBeatStanfordTailgate

LOCATION. Ford Plaza, Stanford University.

MENU.  Awesomely Catered BBQ:  BBQ Ribs, Cajun Style Chicken, Hotlinks, BBQ Flank Steak, Jambalaya, Potato Salad, and Grilled Garlic Bread.  

PRICE.  (EARLY BIRD SPECIAL!!!) $50.00 per adult; $40.00 per Teen (ages 11 - 20); FREE per child (ages 10 and under).

SPONSORSHIP.  Tailgate sponsorship opportunities are available. 

Questions?  Contact the WPS of the Silicon Valley at contact@wpssv.org

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SF Giants Game and Tailgate Party
May
25
11:00 AM11:00

SF Giants Game and Tailgate Party

Join VetsinTech and the                                Bay Area Academy Partnership (BASAP)                    for Military Appreciation Month  

 SF Giants Game and Tailgate Party!

  

Who: San Francisco Giants vs Minnesota Twins

When: Sunday, May 25th 2014 from 11am - 1:05pm (Game starts at 1:05pm)

Here is the link you need: PURCHASE YOUR TICKETS HERE

Please note there are options to buy game tickets only or add-on meal tickets for the tailgate party catered by TresSF food truck!! 

 

The tailgate party will be held in Lot A on 3rd street next to AT&T Park starting at 11am and then join everyone for the baseball game starting at 1:05pm (optional). 

There are multiple garages in the area however Lot A is the location of the tailgate - the cost to park there is $35.00.  Public transportation (Caltrain and Muni) will let you off right at the ballpark.

For any questions, please email Sueling Cho at sueling.cho@comcast.net 

Parking, Tailgating, and More: Here 

Tickets: Section 331 – seating chart:  Here

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