CCW’s Father’s Day Picnic Honoring Bob McKinless’s 90th Birthday
Sunday, June 18th, Noon to 4:00 p.m.
Fort Hunt National Park, Picnic Pavilion A
8999 Fort Hunt Road; Alexandria, VA 22308
Celebrate fathers with a carefree barbeque picnic and help CCW honor the 90th Birthday of legendary member, Bob McKinless. Join fellow alumni, family, and friends in Fort Hunt National Park for a barbeque picnic.
Beginning at 1 p.m, we will serve a Red Hot & Blue-catered picnic, including hickory smoked chicken and pulled pork, macaroni and cheese, potato salad, baked beans, and green salad catered by Red Hot & Blue. Vegetarian options available upon request. There will be lawn games and activities for adults and kids of all ages.
Let’s continue CCW’s long tradition of summer picnics as we conclude CCW’s 50th anniversary year. CCW’s picnics are one of the best events for families and singles alike and it’s a great way to meet other alumni in a casual setting. And the best thing is you just have to show up and enjoy!
Cost: $20 for CCW Members and guests. Children 12 and under are free.
Includes snacks, BBQ picnic catered by Red Hot & Blue, soft drinks, beer, and birthday cake
Fort Hunt Park is located on the George Washington Memorial Parkway between Alexandria, Virginia and the Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens.
By Car: From Old Town Alexandria drive south on Washington Street and continue on the George Washington Memorial Parkway. Take the exit for Fort Hunt Park and follow signs into the park. From Mount Vernon drive north on the George Washington Memorial Parkway. Take the exit for Fort Hunt Park and follow signs into the park. Parking is available at Pavilion A.
By Foot or by Bicycle: From the Mount Vernon Trail turn onto Fort Hunt Road and follow signs into the park.
To Arrange for Ride Sharing: e-mail Terry Horner at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Fort Hunt: Originally part of George Washington's Mount Vernon estate, the land that is Fort Hunt Park has undergone several transformations. Batteries at Fort Hunt defended the Potomac River during the Spanish American War; the Civilian Conservation Corps operated a camp there during the Great Depression; and soldiers at Fort Hunt interrogated prisoners, trained pilots in escape and evasion, and combed German documents for intelligence during World War II. Today it is a favorite spot for picnicking. Fort Hunt Park is located near the shores of the Potomac River in Virginia. Mixed hardwood forests and open fields provide a variety of habitats for birds and other wildlife.
Questions: Terry Horner at email@example.com or 202-512-6910.