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February 2010 Key News

February 2010 - New Key shipmates added in February 2010.  Welch, Michael  90 - 92; Ford, Jim 78 - 81; Storms, Richard 69 - 72.  Check crew list for details.

February 25, 2010 - Click here for the latest list of Reunion 2010 Attendees

February 6, 2010 - Received this e-mail regarding the 2010 reunion in Norfolk, VA:

      Just a reminder that our reunion is fast approaching - just 3 1/2 months away. Don't forget to send me your registration & book your room at the motel by April 20th ( just 10 weeks from now ).     I have been informed that the Sub Tour on Sat. of our reunion will be limited to 40 people. We will probably be touring a Virginia Class or 688 Class sub.     Therefore, the first 40 to sign up for this trip will go on the Sub (
Feb 25th update - 31 have signed up to date ). Everything else that day will be the same for those who sign up, but don't get to tour the sub: tour the base, lunch on the base, riding Norfolk tour & Victory Rover Harbor Cruise. If you sign up for this trip & don't want to go on the sub tour, let me know, so that there will be room for those that want to go.
     Another thing - I do not need the last 4 digits of your Social Security number - all that is needed is a photo id. One other thing - you will need to be in good physical condition & be able to go up & down stairs & be able to get through the boat hatch.
Diane Singleman