FRC supports the Coalition to Save Annapolis

Sunday, July 21st: FRC members are encouraged to turn out for the City Council Meeting and Vote on Maritime Re-Zoning Ordinance 0-7-13 which would increase the limits on height and bulk for the Fawcetts Building next to the Fleet Reserve Club. The council meeting is scheduled for Thursday, July 25th at 7:00 PM in City Council Chambers, City Hall, Second Floor, 160 Duke of Gloucester Street, Annapolis, Maryland, 21401.(directions)

Tuesday, June 25th: The Fleet Reserve Club of Annapolis hosted a press conference and rally to announce the Coalition to Save Annapolis. The Coalition is comprised of organizations, businesses and residents concerned about the potential negative effects of the City Dock Master Plan, and specifically the Annapolis City Council Ordinance O-7-13 which proposes to spot zone the Fawcett property adjacent to the FRC and to replace the traffic circle at City Dock with a "T" intersection.

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Coalition to Save Annapolis

Chairman's Message

Well it looks like summer is finally here and the weather is great for sitting on the deck at the club and having a nice meal or a few drinks, so come on down. Please remember to use proper etiquette on the deck, as well as, in the club. If tables on the deck are full, please patiently wait your turn for seating. Boaters please make sure you know the rules for docking your boat at the club. They are posted on the club web site. You must have a parking permit attached to the starboard side of the windshield, so it is visible from the deck. If in doubt about the size of your boat, ask the manager on duty.

Membership renewals are going well, but for those who have not yet renewed, don’t forget that new Key Cards and Parking Decals will be needed as of July 1, 2016. The new color is orange. While Parking Decals can be installed anytime, new Key Cards will NOT work until July, 1.

PARKING. We continue to have problems with members and non-members violating the parking lot rules. First, with few exceptions, you must be a member of the club and have a valid parking permit attached to your vehicle on the driver’s side of the rear window or bumper. Then, again with few exceptions, you must be in the club while parked in the parking lot.

While new members to the Fleet Reserve Club are always welcome, a new membership drive in the form of an “Open House for Veterans” will be underway in August or September. More details will follow in the next couple of months. All veterans (including active duty) from any branch of U.S. military service are eligible for membership in the Fleet Reserve Club.

Believe it or not, plans for the next Boat Show will begin soon.

See you at the Club!

Respectfully, Lew Bearden
Chairman, Board of Governors

Manager's Message

Adults $45 Kids $25
Closed at 2pm Tickets Only after 4pm!
Dinner 4:30-6:30
Dessert 6:30-7:30

Sincerely, Brian Porter
General Manager