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  • Classified Advertisements
    for 15 it will be listed until you inform us it was sold Please forward a copy of the advertisement flyer and funds check made to D R Y L to Paul Jusino 408 Woodbine Ave Feasterville Pa 19053 for advertisement and photos to pjusino verizon net 1981 20 Shamrock 5500 1987 Jefferson Viscount Motoryacht 85 000 1971 35 Pen Yan 3 500 Misc Boating Supplies 1987 President 42 MY

    Original URL path: http://www.dryl.org/2007/Classified/classified_advertisements.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • 4 30 2009 National Park B C P C Paulsboro S A Commodore John Friars 3 6 1941 11 9 2010 Red Dragon C C P C William Allan Wood 6 27 1904 9 29 2011 Wissinoming Y C P

    Original URL path: http://www.dryl.org/2007/CrossingOverNew.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • list some of their favorites snacks magazines books writers so if someone would like to send a little thank you package we can do so US Army Sgt Justin Hunsberger BCO 328 BSD Unit 6260 APO AE 09378 Son of Jane Ray Hunsberger Members of Farragut S A Serving in Iraq US Marine Sergeant Evan McDonough Son of Jack McDonough Member of Riverside Y C US Army Staff Sgt Casey

    Original URL path: http://www.dryl.org/2007/OurHeros.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • Queens
    1998 Queen Lisa Schoemecker HHYC 1997 Queen Kelly Franzen FSA 1996 Queen Julie Mosley Bristol YC 1995 Queen Tara Schweigar NPBC 1994 Michelle O Keefe Penna YC 1994 Queen Jennifer Campbell FSA 1993 Queen Pamela Schmidt Bordentown YC 1992 Queen Toni Pyffer Nespola WYC Toni Was Our Pageant Committee Head And Worked Very Hard With The Girls Preparing Them For The Pageant She Is An Excellent Role Model For The Young Ladies And Was Presented The DRYL 2006 Person Of the Year Award For Her Efforts 1991 Queen Victoria Zembower Riverside YC 1990 Queen Jeannine Martella QCYC 1988 Queen Debbie Hoffmaster RDCC 1985 Queen Mary Jane Teece Bristol YC 1984 Queen Marita Kurst BordYC 1983 Queen Joan Barron QCYC 1982 Queen Karen Flehr Columbus CC 1981 Queen Vicki Irving QCYC 1980 Queen Trish Peppleman Columbus CC 1979 Melody mathhewsQueen Trish Peppleman Bordentown YC 1977 Queen Ellen De La Rosa Penna YC 1976 Queen Lee Patrich QCYC 1974 Queen Ann Denise Amos SHBC 1973 Queen Jo Ann Green WPBA Past Queens of the Delaware River Yachtsmen s League Year Queen Home Club 1971 Diana Sante Forest Hill Yacht Club 1972 Mary Ellen Crawford West End Boat Club 1973 Jo Ann Green Westville Power Boat Club 1974 Ann Denise Amos Snug Harbor Boat Club 1975 Ann Wothers West End Boat Club 1976 Lee Patrich Quaker City Yacht Club 1977 Ellen De La Rosa Pennsylvania Yacht Club 1978 Diane Streit Columbia Yacht Club 1979 Melody Matthews Bordentown Yacht Club 1980 Trish Peppleman Columbus Yacht Club 1981 Vicki Irving Quaker City Yacht Club 1982 Karen Flehr Columbus Yacht Club 1983 Joan Barron Quaker City Yacht Club 1984 Marita Kurst Bordentown Yacht Club 1985 Mary Jane Teece Bristol Yacht Club 1986 Stephanie Howells Bridesburg Outboard Club 1987 Jeni Ann Glenn Ran Del Yacht Club 1988

    Original URL path: http://www.dryl.org/2007/Queen/Queens.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • charge will be 5 per month period or 15 until your item sells which will be a one page advertisement with photos price and valid email address as well as listing the yacht club Please Email advertisement to pjusino verizon net or mail to D R Y L Web Page 408 Woodbine Ave Feasterville Pa 19053 We will edit photos and text to fit in the area allotted and scan

    Original URL path: http://www.dryl.org/Advertising/advertising_on_this_web_site.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • DRYL Items for Sale
    Patches Are In They Are Available At League Meetings So Contact Your Delegate Jewelry Tie or Lapel Pins Either Pin 5 00 Full Size Burgee 25 00 For more info or to purchase any item please contact D R Y

    Original URL path: http://www.dryl.org/ForSale/dryl_items_for_sale.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • By then the U S Army will have destroyed about 90 percent of its aging chemical weapons that accumulated through the Cold War We can honestly say that the destruction of chemical agents has made the world a safer place said Col Mark Pomeroy commander of the Deseret Chemical Depot The U S is part of an international treaty to rid the world of chemical weapons a campaign taking place with spotty success around the globe The goal was supposed to be accomplished by April 29 but will take years longer Clearly it s still a tremendous example of what the world can do said Craig Williams director of the Chemical Weapons Working Group in Berea Ky an advocate for safe disposal You ve got 188 of 194 countries on the planet signing the treaty It s an impressive effort a great step forward for the safety of the world The U S has acknowledged it will take as long as 2021 to finish destroying the final 10 percent of its chemical weapons at depots in Pueblo Colo and Richmond Ky Russia is farther behind in its effort having destroyed only about 48 percent of a large cache of chemical weapons according to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons in The Hague Netherlands An international tribunal voted last month to waive trade or other sanctions and instead subject the U S and Russia to increasing pressure and inspections Each country must submit plans by April 29 detailing how they will finish the job in the shortest time possible A third country Libya also is expected to miss the deadline The recent uprising in Libya interrupted that country s work and exposed more chemical weapons depots than were thought to exist Williams said In the U S the Army

    Original URL path: http://www.dryl.org/2012/News/VX%20Gas.htm (2016-04-25)
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  • to Nick Casey for his efforts on this and to Bob Bocock for input as well Bordentowns Katie Ross and Melanie Horahan need to be thanked as well for their research and input It was a very coordinated effort Bottom line we came together as a group addressed this issue and we hopefully will have a positive effect with the outcome on this concern Date Wednesday February 10 2010 8 25 PM We will be meeting at Farragut SA on February 22 7 00 PM to work on and go over ideas that we can present to The DEP BTM on the this increase The meeting w The DEP BTM will be on March 11 in Trenton NJ Date Friday February 5 2010 8 45 AM Good Morning Everyone Yesterday morning was the DEP BTM Counsel Meeting in Trenton NJ regarding the policy change to the Riparian Fee increase This meeting was attended by a 1 2 dozen or so DRYL NJ club members When the topic came up Madam Chairperson heard from The BTM Acting Manager on his policy request change after which the floor was then opened to the public to address the Council and give thoughts on the policy Nick Casey Yapewi AC spoke on how he has had much trouble contacting and speaking to people regarding past bills and how when he started getting info the numbers were extraordinarily off from past bills He also asked that the survey that they are requiring clubs to do should be dropped as information on permits would give the same info as the survey and would save the clubs an added expense A reply from a Council member who said he belonged to 3 YCs was that yes that is correct however during the season at his club Junior members might need a floating pier and they add that to the water so I am in favor of the survey This comment made no sense as in either case survey or permits a floating dock could be added in the future at any time Melonie Horahan Bordentown YC Roy Vollmer Riverton YC and Gary Lawyer Farragut SA also all spoke on behalf of their clubs and gave their thoughts on the fee policy change I also spoke briefly stating the DRYL was present to support our 16 clubs in this matter and that we support echo Mr Casey s thoughts and opinions as he is the most knowledgeable and experienced person in our organization regarding thee fees as he has been dealing with this issue for 20 plus years for YAC I also requested that the Council please withhold from voting on this issue until we have a chance to sit down and meet with the BTM to discuss and address these fees as well as speak about Yacht Clubs as there seemed to be a lot of unanswered questions regarding YACHT CLUBS among the Council I must say the Council was very receptive and Madam Chairperson also showed concern and interest It was decided to have the BTM meet with us again in the very near future to come up with a plan that works for all involved It was also decided that ALL concerns on this issue when addressed either by email or by phone that the issue is frozen until it is addressed at the April meeting It was also mentioned that all back fees for those clubs that were not billed in 2007 2008 would be billed at the old rate should they want to bring their fees to date All in all I must say that I left that meeting with a good sense and a positive feeling that the council and members were very interested to make this right After the meeting our small group gathered and discussed a plan the plan as it stands now is to have ALL 16 NJ clubs to meet in a central location to be determined very SOON and discuss come up with folders of each club Right now there are 2 categories that they bill Marinas and Residents Marinas pay 6 or 7 of their annual income Residents will pay 49 cents per Sq Ft which is what they want Yacht Clubs to pay A 10 year plan is being sought where after 5 years the fee can be reevaluated for the remaining 4 years I am hoping that the YC clause can state 10 year term with no increase So it would be in our better judgment to show a strong case to the BTM that Yacht Clubs should not be in the same category as residents Just a couple examples and there are more are Residents in no way do what we do for the community and children in the community residents that have docks post Private Keep Off our clubs always accept boaters who are in trouble ALL THE TIME also many of our clubs host emergency watercraft and many others allow local authorities the right to use their docks and facilities in search and rescue operations and other water emergencies So we have much work ahead of us and it needs to be done quickly as the Council wants to put an end to this at the April Meeting We are awaiting a date to meet with the DEP BTM so we should have a min of at least one meeting between the NJ clubs I would hope that all the NJ clubs respond to this step up an be heard or get a fee increase that could and will affect your finances Please pass this info on to your Commodores and BODs Nick Casey ncasey quakergroup com John Honer jaykh aol com and myself await your replies Take care Juice Date Monday January 25 2010 8 41 AM Morning everyone I spoke with Mr Ratzman last night and as his email states he needs ideas input from the NJ clubs as to how to handle this fairly for all involved He

    Original URL path: http://www.dryl.org/2010/2010_NJTidelands.htm (2016-04-25)
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