POTOMAC, MD -- We hope you will be able to join us in Baltimore, Maryland,
May 28th thru 31st, 2010 at the BWI Airport Marriott. Conveniently located, the hotel is 5 minutes
from the Baltimore - Washington International Airport and Route 95. Visit their
website (www.BWIAirportMarriott.com) for more info on the hotel. Their website
lists all the local attractions close by, such as the Baltimore Inner Harbor
and the Arundel Mills Mall.
We have secured rates of $109 per night for quad occupancy
for the weekend. Meal packages for four meals will be approximately $80-90 for
Seniors, $60-70 for Juniors, $40 for children under 11 and Free for children
under 4. Weekend events will go as follows. Friday morning we will have a Golf
Outing for those interested (cost and location to be announced soon). Friday
afternoon we will have a welcoming committee in the lobby immediately followed
by a Hospitality Room for the evening hours to meet and greet all family and
friends travelling to this event. Bowling will be held at the Greenway Bowl in
Odenton, Maryland approximately 8 miles away.
We will bowl Teams and Doubles on
Saturday morning and afternoon respectively. We would love to have everyone
stay in for the Saturday evening event and enjoy each other’s company for our
Saturday Night Game Night. We will have board games to Wii Games to card games.
Games for all ages!!! Sunday morning, Rev. Peter Zarynow will lead us with the
Divine Liturgy to be held at the Hotel. Following Liturgy, we will have brunch
and then back to the lanes to complete the bowling with our singles
competition. Bumper Bowling will be available to all "Pre-Juniors"
during all events. Following the Sunday Night Grand Banquet, there will be an
afterhours DJ Party. Please join us Memorial Day Weekend this year! We would
love to see you.
Any questions you may have can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
or email@example.com .
ACRY Chapter #25 Potomac, Maryland
Synaxis of The Three Hierarchs: Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian, & John Chrysostom; Hippolytos, Pope of Rome; Athanasia the Martyr & her 3 daughters
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