Re: Monthly MG Breakfast - Feb 21 at 9:00 am, Ft. Wash State Park

Kevin McLemore

Sure! All the hearty souls who want to brave the elements should plan to be there at 9:00 am under the pavilion. Depending on what they’ve plowed, we may need to enter via the entrance on Militia Hill Road (near Rt 73).  The entrance off Joshua Road was closed today when I went past. 


On Feb 19, 2021, at 4:35 PM, Pete Baumbach via <pgblab@...> wrote:

Are we still on for tomorrow??

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Subject: Re: [PhillyMGClub] Monthly MG Breakfast - Feb 21 at 9:00 am, Ft. Wash State Park

Great will try and make it but may be away

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On Friday, February 12, 2021, 10:40 PM, Gregory Simms <gasgregory62@...> wrote:
I'm  in !  ( Greg Simms)

On Fri, Feb 12, 2021, 9:24 PM Kevin McLemore <kmclemore@...> wrote:
OK, I've waited for sufficient objections to moving from Sunday to Saturday, and there having been none, I'm officially calling it. 

Our first 2021 Phila MG Club Breakfast for SATURDAY, FEB 20 at 9:00 am.  


Details Below:

Date:    SATURDAY, FEB. 20
Rain Date: RAIN, SNOW OR SHINE (the pavilion will keep us out of the weather)
Time:    9:00 am - 10:00 am (-ish)
Location:    FORT WASHINGTON STATE PARK - Militia Hill Pavilion  (near Flourtown, PA)
Google Maps Link:

Obviously it's not "MG weather" yet for most of us, so I don't expect folks to bring their LBC, and you'll have to provide your own food and non-alcoholic refreshments if you'd like to eat outside. The park's pavilion is large and can accommodate at least 20 folks with proper social distancing, but of course if you're not eating you should plan to wear a mask anyway as a courtesy. There are also two charcoal (only) grilling stations, if you want to be so ambitious as to make your own breakfast onsite (arrive early to get the fire going if you do), but I'd expect most will just bring a WaWa bagel with coffee or something similar. There are at least 10 picnic tables in the pavilion, but you may wish to bring comfortable folding chairs. Dress is "weather appropriate" - you'll be outside. There is a large playground next to the pavilion if you have kids or grand-kids that want to come along. There are also nearby restrooms, but I can't guarantee they will be open.
Later in the year when the weather gets warmer we can plan to gather in Ambler again as we did last year, or at other restaurants that can provide a COVID-rules appropriate dining area (assuming rules are still in effect at the time, of course). Suggestions welcome!

I hope to see you on the 21st!
Kevin McLemore

PS: What the pavilion looks like, taken on a recent Sunday at the Triumph Club's monthly breakfast - it's about twice as long as this. 
(Although please don't expect Bernie for our first event.)

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