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Something New for Our Washington, D.C. Trip!
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 • Posted February 14, 2014

It’s that time again! Time to sign up for the trip of a lifetime to Washington, DC. We will be traveling June 12-15,2015. If you are attending Brady, Mason, Lohn, Rochelle, Harper or home schooled and you are presently in the 6th or 7th grade you are welcome to come join us.

What’s new this trip? GETTYSBURG! On our first day we will be travelling to the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum. We will eat lunch at the Dobbin House, built in 1774, which is the oldest and most historical home in Gettysburg, PA. We will then travel by charter bus to Washington, DC for dinner and a night tour of the city.

Our four days in Washington, DC will include visits to the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial, National Holocaust Museum, Arlington National Cemetery, US Capitol Building, Ford’s Theatre, Iwo Jima Memorial, several Smithsonian museums and so much more. Your cost for this trip also includes round trip travel to DC, 3 meals a day, a professional guide and even insurance. Early bird registration (before June 5,2014) for this trip is $1655. This is a savings of $125!!!

We will be having an information meeting on Monday, February 24 at 6 pm in the Brady Elementary Cafeteria. We will have another meeting on Monday, March 3 at 6 pm at the Mason Jr. High in Coach Pilgrim’s room (#163) You are welcome to come to either meeting, but you do not need to attend both. We will be discussing payment plans, scholarships, ways to sign up and other sites that we will visit that are not listed above.

If you have any questions, you can contact Alice Powell at 325-456-1596 or at for Brady and the surrounding area or Chase Pilgrim at 325-792-4580 or at for Mason and the surrounding area.

We hope to see you there!

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