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The Seventy SEVENTH Medallion DinnerofThe Virginians of Maryland, Inc.

You Are Cordially Invited To Attend

The Seventy SEVENTH Medallion Dinner

of

The Virginians of Maryland, Inc.

Honoring

DR. EDWARD L. AYERS

Thursday Evening

April 14, 2016

Maryland Club

1 East Eager Street

Baltimore, Maryland

6:30 P.M. Cocktails

7:30 P.M. Dinner

Black Tie

(Optional)

The Virginians of Maryland

Medallion Dinner Reservation Form

Please reserve ________seat(s) for me at the Medallion Dinner honoring Dr. Ayers on April 14, 2016, 6:30pm at the Maryland Club.

*****Open Bar*****

Please RSVP by March 28, 2016

Member Name: _________________________________________________________

Spouse/Guest Name(s):___________________________________________________

Please send this reservation form and check for $90.00/person, made payable to “The Virginians of Maryland, Inc.” to:

James R Fulton., Secretary/Treasurer

The Virginians of Maryland, Inc.

62 Benson Lane

Reisterstown, MD21136

Phone: 410-833-3299

Questions:

Call either: Jim Fulton at 410-833-3299 (h) or 410-470-7360 (w)

jfulton

or Tom Neale 443.573-3026 (w); 410-804-0417 (c)

tneale

DR. EDWARD L. AYERS BIOGRAPHY

Edward Ayers is President Emeritus of the University of Richmond, where he now serves as Tucker-Boatwright Professor of the Humanities. Previously Dean of Arts and Sciences at the University of Virginia, where he began teaching in 1980, Ayers was named the National Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching in 2003.

A historian of the American South, Ayers has written and edited 10 books. The Promise of the New South: Life After Reconstruction was a finalist for both the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize. In the Presence of Mine Enemies: Civil War in the Heart of America won the Bancroft Prize for distinguished writing in American history and the Beveridge Prize for the best book in English on the history of the Americas since 1492. He was awarded the National Humanities Medal in 2013.

A pioneer in digital history, Ayers created “The Valley of the Shadow: Two Communities in the American Civil War,” a website that has attracted millions of users and won major prizes in the teaching of history. He serves as co-editor of the Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States at the University of Richmond’s Digital Scholarship Lab and is a co-host of BackStory with the American History Guys, a nationally syndicated radio show and podcast.

Ayers has received a presidential appointment to the National Council on the Humanities, served as a Fulbright professor in the Netherlands, and been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Dr. Ayers obtained his BA in History from the University of Tennessee in 1973, and his MA and PHD in History from Yale in 1977 and 1980, respectively.

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Our Annual Business Dinner on December 2nd at 6:30 at The Maryland Club

Gentlemen,

Please join us on Wednesday, December the 2nd at 6:30 at The Maryland Club for our annual Business Dinner. Our honored speaker will be Rear Admiral Terence E. McKnight, USN (RET).
A native of Norfolk, Virginia, Rear Admiral Terence E. McKnight, USN (RET) graduated from the Virginia Military Institute in May 1978 and completed his master’s degree in International Relations at Salve Regina University in May 1998. Moreover, he graduated from the U.S. Army War College in 1994 and also attended the National Security Seminar at Syracuse University in 2001.
McKnight also served as the 85th commandant of Naval District Washington, the oldest continuously operated Navy installation in the nation and the deputy commander, Joint Force Headquarters National Capital Region.
He assumed duties as Commander, Expeditionary Strike Group 2, in September 2007 and served as the first Commander of Task Force 151 for counter-piracy operations in January 2009.
Personal decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Defense Meritorious Service Medal and Navy Meritorious Service Medal.
In 2012, he authored his first book, Pirate Alley: Commanding Task Force 151 off Somalia and was named Naval Proceedings “Notable Naval Book of 2012. Additionally, he has written several articles on maritime security that has appeared in a variety of international and domestic newspapers and magazines. He continues to lecture extensively on the issues of global maritime piracy.
AdmiralandthePirates.com
On his retirement from the Navy in 2009, he joined Cobham, a defense firm, and holds the position of Senior Vice President, Government Relations.
This annual dinner is an event for members and prospective members only, but we encourage all members to bring guests who may be interested in applying to our organization. Please see the attached invitation.

J. Tuley Wright V
President
The Virginians of Maryland

J. Tuley Wright
Wright Benefit Solutions
443-791-9440
tuleywright

12-2-15 Annual VOM Business Dinner Invitation.doc

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Our Annual Business Dinner December the 2nd at 6:30 at The Maryland Club

Gentlemen,

Please join us on Wednesday, December the 2nd at 6:30 at The Maryland Club for our annual Business Dinner. Our honored speaker will be Rear Admiral Terence E. McKnight, USN (RET).
A native of Norfolk, Virginia, Rear Admiral Terence E. McKnight, USN (RET) graduated from the Virginia Military Institute in May 1978 and completed his master’s degree in International Relations at Salve Regina University in May 1998. Moreover, he graduated from the U.S. Army War College in 1994 and also attended the National Security Seminar at Syracuse University in 2001.
McKnight also served as the 85th commandant of Naval District Washington, the oldest continuously operated Navy installation in the nation and the deputy commander, Joint Force Headquarters National Capital Region.
He assumed duties as Commander, Expeditionary Strike Group 2, in September 2007 and served as the first Commander of Task Force 151 for counter-piracy operations in January 2009.
Personal decorations include the Distinguished Service Medal, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star, Defense Meritorious Service Medal and Navy Meritorious Service Medal.
In 2012, he authored his first book, Pirate Alley: Commanding Task Force 151 off Somalia and was named Naval Proceedings “Notable Naval Book of 2012. Additionally, he has written several articles on maritime security that has appeared in a variety of international and domestic newspapers and magazines. He continues to lecture extensively on the issues of global maritime piracy.
AdmiralandthePirates.com
On his retirement from the Navy in 2009, he joined Cobham, a defense firm, and holds the position of Senior Vice President, Government Relations.
This annual dinner is an event for members and prospective members only, but we encourage all members to bring guests who may be interested in applying to our organization. Please see the attached invitation.

J. Tuley Wright V
President
The Virginians of Maryland

J. Tuley Wright
Wright Benefit Solutions
443-791-9440
tuleywright

12-2-15 Annual VOM Business Dinner Invitation.doc

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VOM Fall Cocktail party TOMORROW Thursday 10 15 2015 at 6:30

Gentlemen,

Another gentle reminder to please join us tomorrow, Thursday October 15th at 6:30 when we will be gathering at the home of our gracious hosts, Jennie Lee and Hobie Fowlkes, at 7308 Brightside Road Ruxton MD 21212. BYOB and bring appetizers for all if you can. VOM will supply soda, ice, cups, mixers, utensils, etc. We will be delivering rosettes to any 10+ year members who have not received theirs yet, discussing this years scholarship award, and also discussing our annual business dinner on December 2nd at The Maryland Club. Everyone always immensely enjoys this event at one of the area’s loveliest homes.

Please see the attached invitation.

J. Tuley Wright
President
Virginians of Maryland

J. Tuley Wright
Wright Benefit Solutions
443-791-9440
tuleywright

VOM COCKTAIL PARTY INVITATION fall 2015.doc

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