February 2015 - New Annapolitans

New Annapolitans News
February 2015
www.Annapolitans.org
New Annapolitans
P.O. Box 5251
Annapolis, MD
21403-0700
410-216-6000
GENERAL MEETING: February 4th, 2015****
PROGRAM: Our 30th Birthday Luncheon (reservation required)
WHERE: Carrol’s Creek Café, 410 Severn Avenue, Annapolis
WHEN: Cocktails at 11:30 a.m. Lunch 12:30 p.m.
PRESIDENT’S MESSAGE: Bette Henick (410-267-1507) [email protected]
We welcome this guest message from our Founder and 1st President, Tecla Murphy:
New Beginnings
Much like most of the members of the New Annapolitans, we have relocated many times. With our last and
perhaps final move, our return to the east coast didn’t have the ease of transition that we were expecting! Originally
from Boston, we were far from our roots and time was up – we were all dehydrated – we needed to get back to our
coast. We were moving to “almost home” and were excited by the new adventure. The surprise was that although
we could talk-the-talk and walk-the-walk, the area was not ready to embrace any “newcomers.” Annapolis,
although they weren’t aware of it at the time, was on the cusp of being discovered - and we were in the frontlines.
Most families with school age kids favored the northern Virginia area because of the reputation of the
schools. However, we had chosen east of D.C. as it appeared to fulfill most of our needs: history, boating, military
and the proximity to a treasure trove of cultural centers. Reality quickly set in - there was little to welcome us.
Having left a very busy and active life it was a jolt to step into a community that was not ready to embrace the
influx of new residents.
Thrown into the role of trailblazer is not a comfortable position, but a new life had to be created. Two local
groups accepted me for membership, one because I was a willing volunteer and the other because of a long deceased
family connection. In an attempt to cast the net further afield in the search of like-minded people, I was denied
access to two other groups: a local book club and the newcomer’s group in an adjoining town! The latter felt
compelled to inform me that it wasn’t meant for people like me (Annapolis!). The gauntlet was thrown down.
Challenge accepted – Start with a book club. Thus the beginnings of “And Ladies of the Club,” a fledgling book
group that met once a month. The group turned out to be very much a photocopy of the original “Ladies.” Those
who have read it will know wherefore I speak!
Was it desperation? It was winter – new town, young ones busy with school obligations, husband off to
who knows where. The rental we were occupying was cramped, cold and uncomfortable. Our new primary
residence was under construction and we still owned a home in the Midwest that we were unable to sell.
Friends were located much too far away for casual visits or sympathetic chats. There were too many dead
ends and nothing opening up such as creating another bookshop similar to the one I’d sold so recently or finding
local employment.
What to do next? The local paper listed a plethora of self-help groups - open to anyone who was trying to
eliminate extra pounds or had addiction issues. I didn’t fit the profile. So next best thing – start my own self-help
group! Thus the New Annapolitans was created! It was as easy as contacting the library for a meeting room and
dropping a short blurb in the local paper that the first meeting of the New Annapolitans would take place, etc. The
surprise was how easy it was to set this up but further why hadn’t one already been created in such a busy and
active town?
Not sure if anyone would see the short announcement – or even care, but the meeting was scheduled –
coffee included. Then the happy discovery. A dozen ladies arrived, all bundled up against the cold and all delighted
to find equally displaced souls! All had been very active in the communities they had left behind; all were feeling
the barrenness of what had been for the most part an eagerly anticipated move. They all shared their dismay at the
lack of connection to their new community. We bonded immediately. At the conclusion of that first meeting, eight
ladies (that would be two tables) left together to spend an afternoon of bridge with their newfound soon-to-be best
friends!
Not much has changed since that first meeting in February. There are many more special interest groups
and our treasury is no longer kept in a cigar box under Meme’s bed. What is so similar to our early days is that the
ladies at any of the activities bond so quickly. Why not? We share similar interests, backgrounds, and the big one:
the commonality of “new.”
Where else can one walk into a group and have over 600 potential new best friends? Each has something
to say and most have been involved in amazing accomplishments that a bit of conversation will reveal. They all
come from something and have had interesting, productive, satisfying lives, and all seem delighted with the idea
of so many new friends. Most importantly however, we all share that one common bond that can start with what
Bill Bryson so aptly coined: “I’m a stranger here myself!” Such is the start of many wonderful, lasting and not to
be missed friendships, and after all these years, those friendships still so aptly define the New Annapolitans.
~ Tecla Murphy
Have you sent in your reservation with payment for our 30th annual Birthday Luncheon?
The reservation form is available under the “Events” tab. Please join us!
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BOARD INFORMATION
1st VICE PRESIDENT-NEWCOMERS
Georgina Hammond (410-263-4342)
[email protected]
All Newcomers (new members are newcomers for a year
after joining) are invited to alternating coffees at 10am or
teas at 1pm on the third Thursday of each month The
February Newcomers Coffee will be hosted by Maryann
Coughlin at Maryland Hall at 10 am on Thursday,
February 19th. Please join us to meet other newcomers
and learn about events in and around Annapolis. Watch
for an email from your Big Sister, and mark your calendars
for these fun get-togethers.
2nd VICE PRESIDENT-PROGRAMS
Ana Garcia (956-763-7550) [email protected]
Our next General meeting is March 4th, featuring a past
favorite Kate Campbell Stevenson as Eleanor Roosevelt,
Marian Anderson, and a third great woman who will be a
surprise.
Enjoy the President’s luncheon and stay warm. We are
hoping to reschedule Doug Byerly’s musical ensemble in
June when we are sure to have no snow.
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Ann Carroll (410-224-2753) [email protected]
We remain a little ahead of where we were this time last
year, with 635 members! We also welcomed back a
couple of late renewals just before the Jan. 1
deadline. Our renewal rate for this year is about 89%.
If you know anyone who has recently moved to the
Greater Annapolis area and expressed an interest in
joining New Annapolitans, please ask her to contact
me. As most of you know, we also recently approved a
new clarification to our Standing Rules to admit
prospective members who do not fit the qualification of
having moved to the area within the past two years, but
have recently experienced a major life change like
retirement or the death of a spouse. If you know anyone
like this who you think could benefit from our vibrant
organization, ask her to submit a letter to the Board. In
addition, be sure to encourage prospective members
to visit the New Annapolitans' website at
www.annapolitans.org where links are available to
download our current newsletter and New Member
Application.
4th VICE PRESIDENT-INTEREST GROUPS
Ann Dixon (443-458-5042) [email protected]
Experiencing the mid-winter blues? Think about the
interest groups you already participate in and look for a
new one to try. Perhaps you'd enjoy a trip with the
Gadabouts or an activity with After Hours or Fun
Lunch. Also, book groups, various card games, foreign
language speaking, Great Decisions, and Community
Outreach are just a few of the interesting and educational
inside activities. Remember, interest groups are open to
all members. Contact the chair for more information and
to be added to the group's email list. So, chase away the
blues and join in the fun.
SECRETARY
SUNSHINE, SYMPATHY & SUPPORT
Mary Lou Fultz (410-798-4637) [email protected]
We sent a Sympathy card to Grace Rosman on the
passing of her sister.
We sent Get Well cards to Mary Keating and Mattie
Matzen.
Please keep members and their families in your thoughts
and prayers. Also, please send Mary Lou any names and
information about other members who would benefit from
a card sent on behalf of all New Annapolitans.
Parking Reminder: Do not park in front of the main
entrance of the church and playground. Please park in
front of the tree line across from the entrance, from
Dubois Road on the grassy area along the drive
entrance on the left, or in the secondary parking lot
behind the main building. Do not park in the space
with the ORANGE cone, this is reserved for our guest
speaker each month.
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TREASURER
Terry Martini (443-221-7260) [email protected]
All checks for club functions should be made payable to
New Annapolitans. To receive payment, interest group
chairs should submit a yellow “Request for Payment” form
and appropriate receipts. Deposits given to the Treasurer
should be accompanied by a pink “Checks for Deposit”
form. All transactions can be mailed to Terry Martini,
2156 Chesapeake Harbour Drive, Annapolis, MD 21403.
Please contact the Treasurer if you have any questions or
need any forms.
Treasurer’s Report December 31, 2014
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HISTORIANS
Linda Allen (410-263-1287) [email protected]
Donna Gibbons (814-574-2417) [email protected]
Ann Baird (504-401-0049) [email protected]
Barb Young (609-638-2765) [email protected]
Pat Casey (410-216-7025) [email protected]
Please help us record the 2014-15 New Annapolitans year
in pictures. Take photos of your interest group
activity, then email them to Donna Gibbons or hand
them to any of the historians. Please be sure to include
the group’s name, the names of those pictured, and any
other information pertinent to the photograph.
Receipts: $4032.18
Disbursements: $3004.95
Community Outreach Monies: $7617.93
Music Lovers Circle Monies: $123.01
Wine Tasting Monies: $494.07
NA Excess Reserves: $13297.58
NA Reserves : $20,000.00
HOUSE/HOSPITALITY COMMITTEE
Dianne McConnell (443-949-7345)
[email protected]
Kathleen DuShane (410-956-2476) [email protected]
Mary Tarr (443-949-9697) [email protected]
Maureen O’Rourke (443-949-0708)
[email protected]
T.C. Magnotti (410-263-3195)[email protected]
Thank you to all the ladies who provided refreshments at
our December General Meeting. Everything was
delicious.
For past editions of the Newsletter visit our website
www.Annapolitans.org
Bonnie Smith editor
443-458-5123
[email protected]
General
Meeting
Cancellation
Policy
When the Anne Arundel County Schools are closed or
are on delayed opening due to inclement weather, the
New Annapolitans’ monthly General Meeting will be
cancelled. Please monitor local media for school closing
announcements.
PLEASE NOTE: We have 2 members sending the
EMAIL version of the Newsletter to our members.
You may get an email from JoAnn Cesari or
Robin Soma-Dudley with the Newsletter as an
attachment. Please watch for an email from one of
these ladies.
The monthly calendar is also attached.
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INTEREST GROUPS
When participating in an interest group activity in a member’s home, please give the hostess a minimum of three
days’ notice for reservations or cancellations.
No reservations may be taken until an event is announced in the newsletter.
No refunds will be given for cancellations unless there are replacements from the waiting list. If there is no waiting
list or other replacements from the membership, no refund will be given.
Checks for any event should be made out to New Annapolitans.
You must be a paid member to participate in interest group activities.
All interest groups are voluntary and self-sustaining.
AFTER HOURS
Elizabeth (E.J.) Ashbourne (202-468-3640)
[email protected]
Lynn Moore (571-214-8202) [email protected]
Sandy Nash (805-680-8161) [email protected]
After Hours welcomes New Annapolitan members to join
us for evening and weekend activities, whatever members
plan. Members will be notified by email if events
change. Please contact the chair if you wish to be added to
the group's email list.
Contact the chair for current activities.
ALL-COMERS TENNIS
Kim Taft (410-349-1891)
[email protected]
Grab your racquet, grab your shoes.
Winter weather is upon us, but we are still playing
tennis! If the weather cooperates, we play outdoors, if not,
we search for indoor possibilities. All are welcome. Please
contact Kim Taft if you are interested in joining our Tennis
group.
Book Clubs
AFTERNOON BOOKIES (2nd Thursday 2-4 p.m.)
Ann Ziegler (410-604-3560) [email protected]
Gabrielle Strandquist (410-757-6632)
[email protected]
Betty Creighton will host our February 15th meeting.
We will be discussing: Embers by Sandor Marai. All
are welcome but an RSVP is required.
Please call Betty at, 410-571-9388 or email:
[email protected] Space may be limited.
AFTERNOON TEA BOOK CLUB
(4th Wednesday at 2 p.m.)
Irene Bise (410-849-3705) [email protected]
Deke Kidwell (443-949-8182) [email protected]
Beth Arruda (252-671-0718)
[email protected]
The next meeting will be February 25th, at the home of
Eleanor Stone. The book we will be discussing is The
Husband’s Secret by Liane Moriarty. Joan Swecker will
lead the discussion and Beth Arruda will assist the
hostess. Members on our email list have received the
calendar of books, discussion leaders and hostesses for
the year. If you plan to attend the February discussion,
please contact Eleanor Stone at 410-757-3737 or
[email protected]
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BIBLIOPHILES (2 nd Thursday at 1 p.m.)
Jean Phillips (410-757-7774)
[email protected]
Bibliophiles will meet February 12th at the home of
Lisa Aszklar. The book for February is The Goldfinch
by Donna Tartt. The Discussion Leader is Jean Phillips.
The March book is I am Malada by Malada Yousafzai
The first place winner was Susan Miller, second place,
Ellen Talbot and third place, Ilse Reynolds. The next game
will be on February 3rd at the Officers Club at the Naval
Academy. We will send an invitation to those on our Evite
contact list; others may respond by email or phone. If you
email or leave a voicemail message, do not assume you are
in until you get a response from us.
Tables will be filled on a first-come basis. Carpools are
recommended. If you need a ride, please contact us.
Note: Our trip to the Peabody Library in Baltimore for
our December meeting was a wonderful experience. The
library is open to the public and an architectural space not
to be missed.
BEGINNER BRIDGE( Every Monday 1:30-3:30p.m.)
Marlene Robbins (443-221-7729)
HEADLINES & HISTORY BOOK CLUB
(4th Tuesday, 2-4 p.m.)
Judy Spiewak (508-877-2686) [email protected]
Betty Green (410-268-2234)[email protected]
Beginner Bridge is off to a great start. An e mail is sent
out on Wednesday telling where the game will be held, and
sign up is due by Saturday for play on Monday. We discuss
hands, consult on play and bidding. This is a very low key
group dedicated to learning and improving in a friendly
atmosphere. We welcome all. It is fun!
The February meeting of the Headlines and History Book
Club will be February 24th at the home of Judy
Spiewak, 66 Harbour Heights Drive, Annapolis,
Md. Since we are selecting the books for the second half
of the year at the January 27th meeting, please contact
Judy for the February selection after that date if you are
interested in attending in February.
WEDNESDAY MORNING BOOK CLUB
(2nd Wednesday at 10 a.m.)
Janette Jha (410-571-1432) or (cell 443-848-8559)
[email protected]
Gretchen Jones (410-263-0786)
[email protected]
Wednesday February 11th we will meet at the home of
Carol Van Epps to discuss the book Paris: a love story
Please call Carol at 410-990-1158 or email
[email protected] to let her know you will be there.
BRIDGE – INTERMEDIATE (1st Tuesday)
ElaineKahn(202-465-5250)
[email protected]
Rona Greenberg (410-897-0531) [email protected]
[email protected] cell: 772-713-4765
Pat Fitzgerald (410-991-3972) [email protected]
CANASTA CLUB – MODERN AMERICAN
(Every Monday, 1 – 4 p.m.)
Sharon Herr (410-573-9970) [email protected]
Bonnie Smith (443-458-5123)[email protected]
We meet at members’ homes to socialize from 12:30 p.m.
to 1 p.m. Then we play cards until 4 p.m. Contact either
chair to be put on the email list. All are welcome!
COMMUNITY OUTREACH
(3rd Tuesday, social at 1 p.m., meeting at 1:15 p.m.)
Jane Ferguson (410-544-3436)
[email protected]
Sara Moran (410-263-1793) [email protected]
All are welcome at our next meeting on February 17th at
Mary Ellen Dial's home.
Co-hostess is Terry Martini.
Please
rsvp
directly
to
Mary
Ellen
at
[email protected]
The Breakfast Club team met in early December, will
meet in mid-January with the final cooking session in
February. For the winter season, 18 steam-table pans
will have been filled with 72 dozen eggs, 60 pounds
chopped vegetables, 54 pounds of breakfast sausage
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and 15 pounds Cheddar. Since NA is the only
organization in town that regularly provides a hot
breakfast for the "chronically homeless", these hot
breakfasts are most welcome by both residents and staff.
COUPLES ACTIVITIES
“Couple” definition: Two people, at least one
of whom is a member of New Annapolitans
EVERYTHING COUPLES BRIDGE
(4th Friday, 7:30 p.m.)
Martha Schoenfeld (410-266-5949)
[email protected]
Congratulations to the December winners. If you would
enjoy a fun evening of bridge, please contact the
chairperson by phone or email.
Members will be notified by evite of time and location of
the game.
EVERYTHING COUPLES DINING AROUND
Colin McIntosh (410-573-2028)
[email protected]
Catherine Mack (410-626-0068) [email protected]
We are a group of couples – husband/wife/significant
other – or if you are single, just grab a partner and come
along. We usually meet for dinner during the third week
of the month – we aim for Wednesday nights and
occasionally a Sunday brunch. We try various locations,
dress styles and price points. We explore new restaurants
in the area, as well as enjoy established favorites. We meet
for a social/cocktail hour followed by a fun-filled dinner
in a group setting. Each couple orders from the menu and
pays for their dinner on a separate check.
Each month you will receive an e-mail well in advance
stating the venue, the date and the time and where to send
your “hold space” check. In order to reserve your place,
we require a check for $30 per couple payable to New
Annapolitans. RESERVATIONS ARE REQUIRED.
Your check will be returned to you at the restaurant.
EVERYTHING COUPLES WINE TASTING
Barb Young (609-638-2765) [email protected]
Pat Strange (301-509-9522) [email protected]
Meg Basinski (410-224-4142) [email protected]
Victoria Duncan (410-263-2115) [email protected]
Our next wine tasting will be held Friday, February 20th
from 6-8 PM at Bin 201 in Annapolis Towne Center
(across from Whole Foods). We are featuring a
Mediterranean theme with 6 flights of wine and tasty tapas
to tempt your palate. A courtesy tasting discount will be
offered towards purchased wine. Space is limited so
reserve your spot by sending your check, made out to New
Annapolitans, for $40.00 per person to Patricia Strange,
2626 Quiet Water Cove, Annapolis, MD 21401.
FOTO FUN
Kim Taft (240-447-8846) [email protected]
Patti Muir (410-849-2542) [email protected]
This month the Foto Fun group will stay local and do a
walkabout in Annapolis, taking pictures of the Academy
and around town. We will meet at the main gate (gate 1)
of the Naval Academy on Wednesday, February 18th at
9:30 a.m. Dress warmly and bring your ID to get into the
academy. Please contact Kim or Patti to RSVP.
FUN LUNCH (4th Thursday at noon)
Elaine Kahn (202-465-5250)
[email protected]
Joan Lampshire (410-924-9401)
[email protected]
This is a casual get together of our members. We meet
each month on the 4th Thursday at the home of a member.
The hostess chooses the menu and/or theme. She may pick
the number of people she can accommodate. The hostess
may choose to team up with another member as cohostess.
Anything from paper plates to fine china is acceptable. The
choice is up to the hostess. This is a relaxed and enjoyable
get together. You will be informed by e-mail where the
Fun Lunch is being held, the phone number of the hostess
and given directions to the Fun Lunch. Just add your name
to the Fun Lunch List. Please phone the hostess to let her
know that you are going to attend.
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GADABOUTS
Norma Kaladas (410-626-2027) [email protected]
Stephanie Woll (410-571-9345) [email protected]
The Gadabouts team has not finalized plans for February.
We are hoping to have an outing and will send an e-mail
to the Gadabouts distribution list when and if we are able
to schedule an event. If you have not submitted your
name to be included in our distributions, please send an
email to [email protected] requesting that your
name be added to our list. Thank you.
We will start up in April 2015 weather permitting.
9 - HOLE GOLF GROUP (Thursday mornings)
Joyce Berkebile (410-266-3119)
[email protected]
See you in April! Have a great winter.
BEGINNERS’ GOLF
Dawn Johnson (443-837-6207)[email protected]
If you are interested contact Dawn.
GERMAN CONVERSATION GROUP
(3rd Friday at 10:30 a.m.)
Norma Underwood (410-571-0951)
[email protected]
Barbara Haight (410-263-0068)
[email protected]
GREAT DECISIONS
(2nd Friday, 1:00 p.m.)
Matty Matzen (410-280-1447) [email protected]
Carrie Fitch (410-571-5018) [email protected]
Pat Fitzgerald (410-991-3972)
Even if you have only basic school German, join us for a
social gathering that includes coffee, tea and snacks. We
converse in German at all levels about anything that
interests us, and always manage to enjoy some good
laughs. Contact one of the co-chairs if you would like to
be on our email list.
A non-partisan, world affairs discussion group focused on
U.S. foreign policy interests continues February 13th, 13:30 PM, BayWoods, Sue Jacobson @ Unit #415, tel: 410571-5083; 7101 Bay Front Drive, Annapolis, MD 21403,
parking on premises, light refreshments served.
SPANISH CONVERSATION GROUP
MAH JONGG - NATIONAL
(Every Monday, 10:45 a.m.-2:30 p.m.)
Corinne Read (410-349-9443) [email protected]
(monthly or more frequently; TBD by group)
Ginger Kauppi (203-249-1585)
[email protected]
This is a lively group of women who are: native speakers
of Spanish, married to native speakers of Spanish, have
lived in Spanish speaking countries, OR are "wannabes"
who have some background knowledge and would like to
brush up on their rusty skills. We have been meeting for
lunch at local Latin American restaurants to eat and chat.
Alternative venues are being discussed as well.
GOLF GROUPS
18-HOLE GOLF GROUP (Thursday mornings)
Kitty Silver (410-991-9503) [email protected]
Pam McNallen (410-626-0278)
[email protected]
[email protected]
We play National rules Mah Jongg every Monday at 10:45
a. m. We meet at members’ homes. The hostess provides
snacks/ light lunch. If you are an experienced player, a
beginner or you just want to learn, you are welcome to join
us. We teach new players. Email
[email protected] to get on our group list.
MUSIC LOVERS’ CIRCLE
(No regular monthly meetings)
Carol Laurenzano
(410-266-7651) [email protected]
No scheduled programs at this time.
NEEDLEWORK GROUP
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(1st and 3rd Thursdays, 9:30 a.m.-noon)
Janette Jha (410-571-1432) [email protected]
Bring your sewing, knitting and mending to needlework
on February 5th at the home of Janette Jha. Call 443
848 8559 or email [email protected]
Come on February19th to the home of Naomi Storey
and email her at [email protected]
NEW ANNAPOLITANS-NEW ADVENTURES
(“NANAs”) (Every Tuesday morning)
Ginger Kauppi (203-249-1585)
[email protected]
Gloria Wagner (808-936-3009) [email protected]
(Not available February through May)
NANAs enjoy walking outdoors and exploring
Annapolis and the greater metropolitan area. Walks are
usually followed by an optional stop for coffee or lunch at
a local restaurant. Each week’s walk is planned and led by
a member of the group. Once on the NANAs’ email list,
you will receive a detailed email a few days before a walk,
confirming its time and meeting place. The email notice is
the definitive schedule, not the tentative schedule
published below. If you are not yet on our mailing list, call
Ginger or Gloria before the Tuesday walk to be sure you
have the updated information.
In inclement weather, we walk in the Westfield
Annapolis Shopping Mall at 9 a.m. We meet at the
sofas in front of the interior Nordstrom entrance. If the
Anne Arundel schools are closed for a snow day, our
walk will be canceled.
RECOLLECTIONS (2nd Monday at 2p.m.)
Sally Ehrle (410-224-2861) [email protected]
We will meet Monday February 9th at Sheila Cones'
house to share reflections about our Pet Peeves.
We share "snippets" of our lives, the challenges, comedies
and celebrations. It is a perfect way to know others,
deepen your memory and be entertained. The hostess
selects the topic and everyone writes a short (2-3 page)
recollection or reflection to read aloud interpreting the
topic to fit their story. It is about the stories, not the writing
style. And your stories are available to share with family
members if you choose.
If you wish to experience Recollections, please contact
Sally Ehrle for meeting specifics and/or to be placed on
our email list.
WOMEN ON WATER (WOW)
Lorraine Fassett (410-573-1030) [email protected]
Ginger DeLuca (410-626-0098) [email protected]
Women on Water continues to be a group of wonderful
women who love being on the water. We have enjoyed
many days sailing together in the past and hope to do so
again in the future. Currently we are looking for a member
with a sailboat to welcome as a WOW skipper, one who is
also looking for experienced sailors to join her as crew.
In the spring we will find new ways of sharing time
together on the water.
NA RESOURCES
Terry Martini (443-221-7260) [email protected]
Whether you've just moved to this area or have lived here
for years, we all need help finding reliable people for
projects in our everyday lives.
With over 50 New Annapolitans members that have
offered to consider your request, you will find exactly who
or what you need. You will not get advertisements or
multiple e-mails only a suggestion from another member
of our group. Send your request to
[email protected] We will send your question to
our volunteers who will answer you only if they have used
someone personally and had a good experience with them.
It's almost like talking to a group of friends over coffee.
Please do know that these are only suggestions between
members. New Annapolitans take no responsibility for
any shared information.
See below for new members and updates. Cut these
out and add to your directory, please.
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NEW MEMBERS SINCE LAST NEWSLETTER
Membership information shall not be used to promote
any activity unrelated to the New Annapolitans or for
personal gain or commercial or solicitation purposes.
Abbott, Eileen (Jim Beyea)
2802 Cox Neck Rd; Chester, MD 21619
Cell: 206-300-8675
[email protected]
Southwind, Kent Island from Bainbridge Island, WA
Butler, Frieda R.
813 Coxswain Way; Annapolis, MD 21401
443-214-8270 Cell: 240-463-2339
[email protected]
Heritage Harbour from West River, MD
Christensen, Susan (Jack)
7020 Channel Village Ct., T-2; Annapolis, MD 21403
443-221-7150 Cell 314-517-0024
[email protected]
Chesapeake Harbor from St. Louis, MO
Cunningham, Linda (James)
817 Coxswain Way; Annapolis, MD 21401
410-956-8808 Cell: 410-693-1905
[email protected]
Heritage Harbour from Severna Park
Human Resources (ret)
Landt, Nancy (Pete)
2154 Chesapeake Harbour Dr. E.; Annapolis, MD 21403
443-949-9439
[email protected]
Chesapeake Harbour from Atlanta, GA
Insurance (ret)
Hinds, Jean
2809 Berth Terr.; Annapolis, MD 21401
410-266-8545 Cell: 281-728-3048
[email protected]
Heritage Harbour from Houston, TX
Vosseler, Ursula P.
2214 Chesapeake Harbour Dr. E; Annapolis, MD 21403
410-263-0373 Cell: 410-353-3417
[email protected]
Chesapeake Harbour from McLean, VA
Graphic Designer (ret)
MEMBER UPDATES
Carole Brown has a new address: 563 Deep Creek View,
Annapolis, MD 21409
Carol Lee has a new address: 202 Burgundy Lane,
Annapolis, MD 21401
RENEWALS SINCE DIRECTORY WAS PRINTED
Cell: 410-913-3632
Eastport
[email protected]
Bell, Sue
803 Coxswain Way, Unit 207; Annapolis, MD 21401
Cell: 301-452-0486
[email protected]
Heritage Harbour from Gaithersburg MD
Biostatistician (ret)
Adams, Kathy
36 Chesapeake Landing
Annapolis, MD 21403
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