That’s your Lesson of the Day.
Now, pour yourself a drink:
Via Monica’s Dad – click to expand
Some people think it’d be a great idea to move this WWII monster from Alameda to San Francisco, in order to get more visitors the thinking goes.
But where would we put it?
The USS Hornet what didn’t get sunk by the Japanese Navy – click to expand
Seems like a long-shot, but who knows?
In the meantime, don’t forget about Living Ship Day, September 17th, 2011 in Alameda.
All the deets:
“USS Hornet Museum Receives $100,000 Matching Grant From Texas Foundation
KINGSLAND, Texas, Sept. 12, 2011 – The Wreyford Family Foundation has awarded a $100,000 matching grant to the USS Hornet Museum in Alameda, CA. The grant will assist in the museum’s relocation effort to move the USS Hornet to San Francisco.
“Our organization is proud to be a partner with the USS Hornet Museum on its relocation plans and believes that this effort will ultimately be as successful as the USS Intrepid and USS Midway are in their own communities,” said Deborah A. Wreyford, President, Wreyford Family Foundation.
For more information, contact www.WreyfordFamilyFoundation.org
The Wreyford Family Foundation is a privately funded non-profit organization founded in 2009 by prominent businessman Donald M. Wreyford and his wife Annette. With keen interest in aerospace science, the organization supports The W Foundation and co-sponsors the “Navy in Space” exhibit on display during San Francisco Fleet Week.
SOURCE Wreyford Family Foundation
CONTACT: Deborah Wreyford, President, The Wreyford Family Foundation”