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Old 08-19-2011, 04:06 PM
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The Fall Conference of the Marine Corps League, Department of Florida will be held this year at the famed, Safety Harbor Resort and Spa in SAFETY HARBOR. This will be the third time that the convention has been held at this facility. The Convention will be held from October 6th through October 9, 2011, and open to members of the Marine Corps League.
In addition to the Marine Corps League members, from all over the state of Florida, and their wives attending will be the National Commandant of the Marine Corps League, Vic Voltaggio and Department Commandant Bill Backes. The Guest Speaker will be a Medal of Honor recipient Command Sgt. Major Gary Lee Littrell, US Army (Ret). During the course of three days the Marines will hold leadership classes as well as membership meetings. The Military Order of Devil Dogs will also hold their annual Pack Growl. The traditional banquet will be held Saturday, October 8th. A trip is planned to the famed Armed Forces Military Museum, in Largo.
The historical Safety Harbor Resort founded in 1925 has been known as a unique place “where healing waters flow” ™. Centrally located on the west coast of Florida and nestled on 33 acres on the west shore of Tampa Bay, the Resort anchors the city of Safety Harbor from which the city found its beginnings and was subsequently named.

In 1539 Hernando Desoto reached the shores of Old Tampa Bay and discovered the natural springs (later named “Espiritu Santo Springs") believing he had found the legendary “Fountain of Youth” missed by Ponce De Leon.
Boasting 175 newly renovated, spacious guest rooms, a 50,000 sq. ft. Spa and Fitness center and over 30,000 sq. ft. of Convention and meeting space, Safety Harbor Spa remains one of the most comprehensive spa and fitness centers in the country.

Refer to our website www.mclfl.org for further details
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