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Alma, Gerry and Sue at Piney Point Lighthouse Waterfront Celebration, 2011

Publicity

Upcoming Publicity Opportunities: Contact: publicity@cheslights.org Become a volunteer, follow this link. The Piney Point Lighthouse, Museum, and Historic Park will hold a National Lighthouse Day Celebration on August 1-2, 2015. This year, the Museum is offering tours of the Keepers Quarters on the 1st Saturday of each month. Additionally, they will be hosting an exhibit …

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You're Invited!

Chapter Board Meeting Invitation

Join us Saturday, September 12, 2015 for our Fall Chapter Board Meeting, at Piney Point Lighthouse Museum complex down in St. Mary’s County, MD. (map) Member ‘Meet and Greet’ Reception 12:00 noon and our Board Meeting starts at 12:30 p.m. Please R.S.V.P. below.   ________________ RSVP: Name:FirstLastE-mail:Phone:-Area CodePhone NumberAre you a Chapter member?YesNoAttending Chapter Board …

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Put ThIs On Your Calendar

Lighthouse Challenge and Festival Dates

2015 Lighthouse Challenge and Festival Dates 20th Annual Apostle Islands Lighthouse Celebration September 1 – 19 www.lighthousecelebration.com Maryland Lighthouse Challenge September 19 – 20 www.cheslights.org/maryland-lighthouse-challenge/ 20th Annual Great Lakes Lighthouse Festival October 8 – 11 www.lighthousefestival.org Lighthouse Challenge of New Jersey October 17 – 18 www.lhchallengenj.org  

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INTRODUCING the 4th Patch in the Lost Light Series

The lost lights series of patches commemorates the lighthouses we have lost over the years. The fourth Patch from the Lost Lights series features Bergen Point Lighthouse, which was located in New Jersey. Bergen Point Lighthouse was first built in 1849 at the juncture of Newark Bay and the Kill van Kull waterway – not far from the …

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Hotel Accomodations

Discounted Hotel Accommodations – 2015 Maryland Lighthouse Challenge

Discounted Hotel Accommodations 2015 Maryland Lighthouse Challenge Route The Chesapeake Chapter wishes your stay in Maryland to be a wonderful one. For your convenience, listed below are the hotels/inns that are offering discounted accommodations along the Maryland Lighthouse Challenge route. The Chesapeake Chapter does not assume any responsibility for these accommodations, only that they are …

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Hobie replacing deck boards.

Workday: Thomas Point Lighthouse June 10, 2015

A small crew went out to do some additional work before the contractors started adding the shine back in the roof. Bob cleaned and tested the squawker and then performed a minor repair before neatly stowing all of the equipment and supplies for the bird deterrent.  He also found a way to put more speakers …

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Photo by Henry Gonzalez

Thomas Point Shines Again

If you’ve been looking at the photos of our workdays at Thomas Point over the last few months you may have noticed the roof was looking a little less than pristine. Well this past week a group of professional contractors from All-Type Roofing out of landlocked Harrisburg PA traveled down to Maryland and put the shine back …

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Hobie stencils life ring.

Workday: Historic Ships in Baltimore June 6, 2015

Our June workday on the lightship Chesapeake was a busy one. A dozen volunteers spread out to all the little nooks and crannies of the ship – and there are lots of those. We worked from the fly bridge to the lower deck workshops and from the wardroom to the fidley. There was an interesting …

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Driving Directions – 2015 Maryland Lighthouse Challenge

DOWNLOAD PDF DIRECTIONS Concord Point Havre de Grace, MD 410-939-3213 www.concordpointlighthouse.org GPS: 39 ̊ 32’ 27” latitude, 76 ̊ 05’ 06” longitude From Seven Foot Knoll (approx. drive time 50 min) From Pratt Street past Inner Harbor, get in far left lane, turn left onto President Street. Take next left onto Lombard Street, follow straight …

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