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Seattle Navy League once again sponsored and hosted many 2016 Fleet week events. A mighty team of volunteers successfully completed these events: The Eagles & Anchors Reception at a Mariner’s game with over 140 attendees, a Welcome the Fleet dinner, Sea Services Award luncheon with over 40 honorees, Distinguished visitors Embark and Parade of Ships where supporters were able to ride the USS Gridley in the parade of Ships intro Seattle. Thanks to our terrific sponsors this year.
Jeff Davis accepting the outstanding council award on behalf of President Matt Miller at the Navy League National Convention in Charleston SC in June 2016. In addition to Jeff, three other SNL representatives were in attendance: Tom Jaffa, Diane Jaffa and Mark Haller.
Outstanding Council Awards are presented to those councils that epitomize the very best of what the Navy League does — from community education to supporting our men and women in uniform. They share common traits that include strong leadership, successful and effective programs, good retention and recruiting plans, and a network of active members who go above and beyond to help ensure their council carries out the mission of the Navy League.
ARMED FORCES NIGHT WITH THE MARINERS
Seattle Navy League attended the Mariners game on April 9. SNL leadership took to the field and enjoyed prime seats for the game.
The Seattle Council Executive Committee met on January 21, 2016 to plan for the upcoming NW Region Navy League Conference being held in Seattle March 11 to 13, 2016
NATIONAL VICE PRESIDENT TOM JAFFA AND NATIONAL DIRECTOR DIANE JAFFA ATTENDED THE NAVY LEAGUE OAK HARBOR COUNCIL AWARDS & CHANGE OF WATCH DINNER ON 1/23/16.
Jaffas pictured here with Outgoing Council President, Butch Bailey;ND Barbara Bailey; NW Region President, Dick Devlin & incoming President, Steve Bristow (who worked with the Jaffas on several Seattle Fleet Weeks as the Navy Project Officer)
Tom Jaffa Addressing the Group as he gets ready to induct the 2016 Oak Harbor Council Leadership Team
New Council President, Steve Bristow reunites with the Jaffas his "oldest NL friends" who introduced him to NL when he was on active duty.
Tom Inducts the Oak Harbor Council Officers & Board
USCG DISTRICT 13 ENLISTED PERSON OF THE YEAR BANQUET
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Hello Supporters of Seattle Navy League!
During our SNL Board meeting on January 21, there was a unanimous vote endorsing the following slate of Officers and Board for 2016.
At our Monthly Social and Meeting at Paddy Coyne's (2801 Alaskan Way #103, Seattle) on January 28 from 4:30 to 7:00PM, we will be asking for a
member vote of the following nominations:
Immediate Past President & Acting JAG:
EXCOM At Large:
If you have any other write-in nominations, comments or votes, please respond to: firstname.lastname@example.org no later than Thursday, January 28, 2016.
The Seattle Council once again earned recognition as an Outstanding Council for 2014! The Seattle Council was one of only 13 councils
nationwide to receive the honor. Great work to all those involved in making the Seattle Council the best in the nation!
Seattle Navy League August Monthly Social
The SNL August monthly social at Paddy Coynes was another great event attended by about 30 SNL, military, business and community leaders.
Seattle Navy League was a proud sponsor and active participant in this year's Seattle Seafair Fleet Week events. SNL Past Presidents & Council EXCOM members, Tom & Diane Jaffa once again served as Seattle Fleet Week Event Co-Chairs and were joined on the Fleet Week EXCOM by... More...
Post Fleet Week Happy Hour
Seattle Navy League had a special Post Fleet Week Happy Hour at Paddy Coyne's on Thursday, August 6, 2015. This event followed a Council meeting where Board members did a "hot wash" of the Fleet Week events.
Third Fleet Change of Command
Tom Jaffa (Navy League of the US - National Vice President, Co Chair - Seattle Fleet Week Events, VP, Seattle Council - Governance, Legislative, Public & Military Affairs (Sea Services Liaison) and Diane Jaffa (Navy League of the US - National Director, NW Region Vice President ) attended the change of command ceremony in San Diego on Friday July 24, 2015 where... More...
2015 Navy League National Convention
The Navy League National Convention was held in Tampa on June 16-21, 2015. The Seattle Navy League was represented by Tom Jaffa, National Vice President and Seattle VP for Military, Legislative and Public Affairs and Diane Jaffa, National Director. The Seattle Council won Outstanding Council award for the... More...
2015 Rose Festival
Navy League National VP, Tom Jaffa & National Director, Diane Jaffa joined Navy League National President, Jim Offutt and other NLUS leaders in Portland for Fleet Week Festivities at Rose Festival. Tom & Diane have Co-chaired Seattle FleetWeek Events, as Seattle Navy League leaders, for 16 More...
On May 29, Seattle Navy League Board meeting was held and followed by our monthly social at Paddy Coyne's on Pier 70. This month marked the one year anniversary of the monthly social event. These events have facilitated new opportunities for businesses to work together on a common cause as well as getting to know other supporters of the Navy league's mission and building new friendships. The food, drink and company are always good!
Seattle Navy League Board members (Dan Neilsen, Diane Jaffa, Don Root, Jim Gordon & Tom Jaffa). Our guests were Dick Devlin, Navy League NW Regional President; Alan Beam, NW Coastal Area President; all pictured here with RADM Gromlich, Commander, 13th Coast Guard District; Chuck Lindsey, Command Master Chief; and CAPT Joe Raymond, Commander, Sector Puget Sound CDR Cliff Bambach, XO at Base Seattle; and CDR Eric Belleque, D13 External Affairs Chief.
On May 11, SNL was invited to a special tour of USCG Seattle facilities. Guests started with lunch with RADM Gromlich and senior staff in the COHO room with briefs on Sector Puget Sound and USCG Base Seattle. Members then toured three units including the Puget Sound Joint Harbor Operations Center and Cooperative Vessel Traffic Service, Station Seattle's small boats 45ft RB-M & 25ft RB-S, and finally the Coast Guard Cutter Healy. The afternoon was very informative, as members learned about the valuable national security roles these units have.
TWELVE-TIME RECIPIENT of the National Navy League Outstanding Council Award