The Pickett Society - Founded 1999

For the Commemoration of the 190th Birthday of George Edward Pickett

The Pickett Society's River Tour - June 7th, 2015

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On June 7th, The Pickett Society will sponsor a boat tour of
militarily historic areas of the James River to celebrate January 16, 1825,
the date of Maj. Gen. George E. Pickett's birth.

The above map shows the course of our tour between Jordan Point and Cox's Landing and areas of engagement during the War Between the States. We will board the tour boat between 9:45 and 10:00 a.m. at Jordan Point Marina. In order to facilitate parking at the marina, we will carpool by leaving as many vehicles as possible at Dockside Restaurant, 700 Jordan Point Road, which is approximately ½ mile south of the marina. Our skipper will be Capt. Mike Ostrander who is an established river guide. Capt. Mike was trained by the Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries as an Angling Instructor and he directs Discover the James and James River Fishing School. Scott Williams will provide the historical aspect of the tour. He was the mapmaker and contributing author for the Bermuda Hundred Campaign Tour Guide and serves as Chairman of the Military History Committee for the Chesterfield Historical Society. Mike and Scott have produced a pictorial Tour Book. The 8 ½" by 11" pages are bound and covered with acrylic. The photographs in the book are all circa Civil War. It is a rare collection and will be available for sale to our tour members. The river tour will be about 3 hours long, ending at Jordan Point Marina. We will gather for lunch at Dockside Restaurant at approximately 1:30 p.m.

There will be four lunches available:

1. Fried shrimp, cole slaw (made fresh), french fries or vegetable of the day

2. Chicken salad croissant, (chunk white meat) served on a toasted croissant with lettuce, tomato and pickle spear. French fries included.

3. Broiled scallops, cole slaw, french fries or vegetable of the day

4. Broiled flounder, cole slaw, french fries or vegetable of the day

Dessert will be banana pudding. Coffee, iced tea, soft drinks and water are included. Alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase by tour members.

The size of our river craft limits the number of participants we can allow. The first 26 people who respond will be with us on June 7th so if you wish to attend, kindly return this reservation form with payment no later than April 20th. We can honor only prepaid reservations.

Use the PayPal buttons belowfor payment and email your name, mailing address, email address and your Luncheon selections to info@pickettsociety.org

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Download the PDF Form, print and mail your completed form and total payment to: The Pickett Society 3126 West Cary St. #418 Richmond, VA 23221

Remember - Reservation deadline is April 20th!


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