2002 Reunion Registration Form

Print this form on your printer and mail the top portion with your check:


Daily Events
At the Red Lion Hanalei Hotel (1-800-882-0858)
June 27—30, 2002 in San Diego, CA.

Name: ____________________________________ Unit in Vietnam________________________
Name(s) wife & family/guest): ______________________________________________
Street: ______________________________ City: ___________________ State: _______ Zip: ___
Phone: (_____)_____________________ E-Mail: __________________________________

Be sure to enclose your check or money order with this form. Send to address below.

Registration fee (Member only, cost includes family and 1 guest) _____________ $25.00
Registration fee (Non-Members)* __________ x $50.00=________________________
Bus Transportation fee / CCB-18 Dedication _________$10.00= (per person)___________
Total Amount Enclosed __________________________________________ $______
* Non-member is defined as a person who is eligible to be a member of the MRFA by having served in the MRF: TF-117, TF-116, TF-115, the 9th Infantry Division or any Army/Navy supporting unit who has not joined the MRFA. (Here is a membership application). The registration fee covers the member and/or guest girlfriend, etc .

Please send your check or money order (payable to MRFA) before June 21, 2002 to:

MRFA Reunion
106 Belleview Dr.
Conover, NC. 28613

If more information is needed, you may contact one of the following board members:
Roy Moseman , Phone: 1-706-549-0749, e-mail rmoseman@aol.com
Bob VanDruff, Phone: 1-785-267-1526, e-Mail bvdmrfa@networksplus.net
Jim Toney, Phone: 1-580-638-2353, e-mail jimtoney@tds.net
Albert Moore, Phone: 1-828-464-7228, e-mail mrfa@charter.net
Charlie Ardinger, Phone, 1-563-735-5924 e-mail georgie@rconnect.com
Bob Pries, Phone: 513-755-1223 e-mail bpries@cinci.rr.com

Hotel Reservations:

When making your hotel reservation be sure to mention you’re doing so under the Mobile Riverine Force Association and give our group booking number 2755…..
If you have any questions, please contact Sally Gibb (sgibb@hanaleihotel.com) at the Hanalei or call her at 1-800-700-3328.


Registration will be in the main lobby of the hotel. You’ll receive your name tag and transportation receipt (dedication CCB-18 ceremony) when you register. Registration will be handled by V.P. Roy Moseman and MRFA board members and volunteers.

Registration Schedule:

Thursday, June 27th and Friday June 28th —- 10 am to 4 pm
Saturday, June 30th —- 9:30 am to 11:30 am

Daily Events:

9:30 am till _?_?_?_?_ : MRFA activities begin around the pool: Instead of a large hospitality room when using the Hanalei Hotel, we have found that since the weather is always nice, everyone enjoys the outside pool atmosphere. Shirt sleeves during the day, but you may want to bring a sweater for the evenings at pool side.
9:30 am — Beverages and snacks will be provided by the association (daily)
9:30 am 5 pm — Products sales around the pool (outside)
9:30 am — Live video footage and slides videos to be shown the association will furnish the TV-VCR. Everyone attending is more than welcome to bring your personal videos to show.
Thursday, June 28, 1 pm till 3 pm — Poolside cook-out. You pay for your own.
Friday, June 29, 1 pm till 3 pm — Poolside cook-out. You pay for your own.
Friday, June 29, 6 pm till 11 pm — Dance your night away with a D.J. pool side. Food and beverages furnished by the association.
Saturday, 1 pm till 3 pm + — Dedication of CCB-18 at the Coronado Naval Base. Memorial services and speakers will be held and heard at this time. Transportation will leave the hotel around noon…….. Ceremony will begin at 1 pm at the base.
June 30, Check-out

Things to do in San Diego:

Since there’s so much to do and see in San Diego, we have not set up tours and prefer to let you do that yourself. Plus, the cost of doing tours will just increase the cost of your reunion. For more information on the San Diego area you may call 1-800-221-2818 … or check out their web site for the San Diego Convention & Visitor’s Bureau.

World Famous San Diego Zoo
Sea World of California
Balboa Park Museum (there are several in the park)
World Class Shopping (Horton Plaza, Fashion Valley and Seaport Village are popular)
83 Golf Courses.
Nearby Mexico (Tijuana)
Harbor Excursions
And there’s Boating and Sportfishing or just hang around and visit with your friends.. 18 Major Airlines serve San Diego..