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USS ARCHERFISH SS/AGSS311
The dates for the 2007 USS ARCHERFISH SS/AGSS311 Reunion have been set. The Reunion will be held at the Ramada Express Hotel & Casino, Laughlin, Nevada from October 21 to 24, 2007.
The room rates are $18.00 plus 9% tax per night. We have made arrangements for rates for early arrivals or stay over guests as follows:
Thursday, October 25 $18.00 plus 9% tax
Friday, October 19 & 26 $49.00 plus 9% tax
Saturday October 20 & 27 $55.00 plus 9% tax
Room reservations must be made by calling the Ramada Express at (800) 243-6846 * seven days a week from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. pacific time. You must ask for Code Number 11423. Reservations must be made prior to October 3, 2007 in order to receive the ARCHERFISH rate. * CORRECTED PHONE NUMBER 09/30/06.
NOTE: The Ramada Express is changing their name, effecive June 30, 2007 to Tropicana Express. This is only a name change. All contact other contact info, phone numbers, etc. remain the same. (posted 6/21/07)
There are 9 golf courses in the Laughlin area, and if anyone is interested in playing golf, please let me know. That way we can get you all together and pick a course to set up tee times and etc.
There will be more information coming soon regarding other activities, plans of the day and etc.
You can check out the hotel at www.ramadaexpress.com . You can also check out the Laughlin area, transportation to Laughlin, and other things by going to www.laughlinchamber.com/transportation.asp .
Hope to see a lot of you in 2007!
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ADDITIONAL REUNION INFO: http://www.ussarcherfish.com/2007/activity.htm
Are you planning on coming early or staying after the
Reunion. There is a lot to see and do in the Laughlin area. Here
are a few locations that can be a 1 or 2 day trip, using Laughlin
as your homebase:
Oatman, Arizona - 25mi - Historic mining ghost town on old Rt. 66
Lake Havasu City, Arizona - 68mi - London Bridge and Lake Havasu
Lake Mead - 68mi - Fishing, boating and water sports
Hoover (Boulder) Dam - 78mi - Historic Colorado River dam
Las Vegas, Nevada - 90mi - Las Vegas, need we say more!
Grand Canyon National Park - 203mi - Must see if you've never been there!
Zion National Park - 251mi - Easy to get to via short diversion off I15.
Bryce Canyon National Park - 358mi - Off the "beaten path" but worth the trip.
Other places to visit "in the area" if you
have the time:
Death Valley, Petrified Forest, Painted Desert, Monument Valley, Sunset Crater, Meteor Crater, Oak Creek Canyon (AZ), Historic Rt 66 - Kingman, AZ to Seligman, AZ, Grand Canyon Caverns, Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Indian country and historic sites.
Lot's more to see and do. The items listed above are just a sampling. Enjoy your visit to America's Southwest!
Registration List A/O September 11, 2007 (This list is compiled from the hotel's reservation list.)
|John Andrezik (63-68)
Ted Armstrong (60-62)
Nick Brown (57-58)
Doc Carter & Guests (45-46)
Joann Shump & Guests
Mike Casey (60-61)
Eugene Cerullo (61-63)
Andy Chisari (57-58)
John Close (65)
Irvin Collier (67-68)
Jerry Cornelison (67-68)
Don Cook (62-66)
Richard Cortez & Guests (61-62)
Robert Craft & Guests (44-45)
Robert & Ann Craft
Doc Dachenhausen (60-63)
Don Denning (63-66)
Bill Earl (60-64)
Frank Ely (65-67)
Gus Emperador (60-63)(65-66)
Donald Erdman (52-55)
Fred Firks (62-65)
Ken Fleming (67-68)
Joe Forrest (58-62)
Kim Gebhardt (67-68)
Henry Geist (61)
Terry Hageman (66-68)
Paul Hammack (67)
Bill Hiesley (60-62)
Bob Jenner (66-67)
Skip Julian (63-65)
|Jerry Lagestee (64-68)
Sam Liller (61-62)
Mike Lintner (59-62)
Gilbert Lund (63-65)
Fred Luoto (64-65)
Russell Marcus & Guests (53-54)
LLoyd Maxwell (63-64)
Scotty McComb (CO 65-67)
Larry Meyer (63-67)
Joe Miller (65-67)
Peter Moore (63-68)
Richard Munk (67-68)
Chuck Orman (65-66)
John Pankratz (63-64)
Doc Pannell & Guests (67-68)
Jim Petralba Sr. (52-55)
Tom Salisbury (58-62)
Ken Sanderlin (63-65)
Andy Steiner (66-67)
Robert Sundmaker (60-61)
Ray Swann (60-62)
Ben Vinca (62-67)
Joe Young (66-67)
Andy says that there is plenty
of dry parking for RVers (must be self-contained),
all you need to do is get a parking permit from Ramand Express Security.