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May 4, 2017 to May 6, 2017

Sheraton Eatontown Hotel

6 Industrial Way East
Eatontown, NJ
United States

Hosted by the Monmouth Chapter

 

 

 

Events

All events take place at the Sheraton Eatontown Hotel

Thursday, 4 May

Afternoon:

Check-in; see hotel information below

Dinner:

On own

Friday, 5 May
0900–1100

Registration

1100–1200

First Region State Presidents Meeting

1200–1715

Business Meeting: 

  • AUSA National Greeting by AUSA President GEN Carter S. Ham (USA-Ret) 
  • Jeffrey E. Finegan Sr. – Author, “I Knew George Washington” series 
  • AUSA National Update by COL Stanley Crow (USA-Ret) 
  • Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve by ESGR New Jersey State Chairman Don Tretola
1300–1700

Optional:

Spouse/guest shopping spree — Meet at Sheraton Eatontown Hotel front desk

1800–2200

Buffet Dinner/Social/DJ

SATURDAY, 6 MAY

0745–1330

Business Meeting:

Guest Speaker MG Troy Kok, USA, Commander, 99th Regional Support Command

Four YPN-led Breakout Sessions:

  • Strategic Partnerships
  • Recruiting and Retaining Young Professionals
  • Webinars and YPN National Updates
  • Benefits of Facebook/Social Media
1330–1630

Optional:

Monmouth Battlefield Tour, Manalapan, New Jersey* — Meet at Sheraton Eatontown Hotel front desk

*Spouses and guests are welcome.

1800

The Mary G. Roebling Distinguished Service Award Dinner

Honoring Sheriff Shaun Golden

First Region and the Monmouth Chapter cordially invite you to join us in honoring those who are outstanding models of patriotism, our soldiers and all those who support them.

The evening will consist of a reception followed by dinner and a short program of awards and recognition.

Accomodations

Sheraton Eatontown Hotel
6 Industrial Way East
Eatontown, New Jersey 07724
Phone: 703-542-6500
Block of 50 rooms (AUSA block); $103 per night plus taxes
www.sheratoneatontown.com

Dress

Active Military: Army Service Uniform

Civilians and Retired Military: Business Attire

Contact

COL Sam Fuoco, U.S. Army Retired, 732-668-3417 or [email protected]

*Washington Rallying the Troops at Monmouth by Emanuel Leutze used with the permission of the Monmouth County Historical Association