AMC Narragansett Chapter Annual Meeting

Saturday, November 17, 2018

Chelo’s Hometown Bar & Grille, Warwick, RI

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$30 Early Bird Registration Fee – Payment must be received by November 3rd!
$35 Registration Fee – All payments received after November 3rd!
Seating is Limited to 150 – So register soon!

5:30 – Check-In & Social

6:15 – Chapter Business

  • Moment of Silence for Passing of Chapter Members

  • Approval of Chapter Chair’s Report

  • Chapter Treasurer’s Report

  • Recognition of 2018 Executive Board & Subcommittee Chairs

  • Election of 2019 Executive Board

7:00 – Dinner & Annual Awards

  • Service Awards – Twenty-Five & Fifty Year Pins

  • Recognition of New & Prolific Leaders

  • Stewardship Awards – John Clark, Golden Appie, & Appie

7:45 – Dessert & Remarks

  • Faith Salter, Director of Volunteer Relations, Appalachian Mountain Club

8:00 – Preserving Rhode Island’s Largest Ship Graveyard

  •  David Robinson, M.A., R.P.A., Marine Archeologist, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island

9:00 – Close of Annual Meeting

*Agenda subject to change

Hors d’ Oeuvres

  • One (1) complimentary House Wine, Beer, or Soft Drink
  • Cheese & Crackers
  • Crudite

Jamestown Buffet

  • Cranberry Sage Stuffed Chicken Breast
  • Baked Salmon
  • Vegetable Lasagna
  • Served with Garden Salad, Fresh Bread, Vegetable Medley, Baby Carrots, Oven Roasted Potatoes, & Rice Pilaf
*Gluten Free Option – Grilled Chicken Breast w/ Garden Vegetable & Baked Potato

Dessert

  • Chocolate Cake
  • Assorted Gluten Free Options

Preserving RI’s Largest Ship Graveyard

David Robinson, M.A., R.P.A. (Bio)
Marine Archeologist, Graduate School of Oceanography, University of Rhode Island

David Robinson, M.A., R.P.A., a marine archaeologist at the URI Graduate School of Oceanography, will present on his recent RI Sea Grant-funded research that identified the remains of 29 wooden vessels and RI’s first floating dry dock that lie submerged in the Providence River on Green Jacket Shoal, just west of East Providence’s Bold Point Park. Comprising a unique and remarkably well-preserved maritime cultural landscape and collection of nineteenth and early twentieth century sail, steam, and towed working watercraft, along with the remains of the 1884 floating dry dock pier, the Green Jacket Shoal ship graveyard is the final resting place of two of the most iconic RI steamboats, Mount Hope (1888) and Bay Queen (1865), sidewheelers that operated for nearly half a century during Providence’s apex as one of the nation’s oldest and more important industrial ports, and in the late nineteenth century heyday of Narragansett Bay as a recreational network of shoreside parks, dinner halls, and resort communities. David will discuss the challenges of studying, managing, and protecting these historically important submerged resources, their potential value to tourism and education, and their importance as a artificial reef habitat for wildlife returning to the increasingly cleaner waters and shores of the Upper Bay.    

Chair Nominee

Larry Rollins


Vice Chair Nomine

Kevin McGovern


Treasurer Nominee

Matt Putnam


Secretary Nominee

Joan Taylor


Membership Chair Nominee

To be determined

Complete the form below to register. Checks should be made payable to AMC Narragansett and mailed toN.G. O’Brien, 9 Vermont Avenue, Barrington, RI  02806 

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