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Events leading to Tug of War 2002
MRE March on Annapolis to Issue Challenge of War Friday, Sept. 27
5:30 p.m.
Meet at Boatyard Bar & Grill and March to Sean Donlon's

Planning Meetings

Every Tuesday Until the Tug, @ The Chart House

Pep Rallies

Oct. 25 at Sean Donlon

Nov. 1 at Boatyard Bar & Grill

See the Complete Calendar of Events for the Eastport AND Annapolis Sides
Approximate Schedule
Day of the Tug—November 2, 2002
10:30 am

Tuggers begin to register on each side of the Gulf of Eastport by signing the waiver and providing their $20 entry fee, unless the sponsors of their teams have already paid their fees. (If you are on a sponsored team, you'll know.) Then tuggers each receive an official, Tug of War shirt. It's a badge of honor. Wear it proudly.

Other MRE and Tug of War merchandise, food and drink will be available for sale.

11:00 a.m.

Annapolis Harbor—AKA The Gulf of Eastport—is closed to boat traffic by the Coast Guard and the Harbormaster.

Local radio stations WNAV and WRNR will begin broadcasting Tug events with roving reporters on either side.

Tug organizers begin transporting the rope across the water from Eastport to Annapolis

crack 'o noon

The Tug begins!

Each Tug heat will take about 2 minutes.

Eastport Side
 
Annapolis Side

1. Army vs. Navy

Maryland National Guard
vs.
Navy
Contact: Lt. Steve Sherrill Contact: Karl 443 995-1256
 
2. The Buck Stops Here Tug
Annapolis Bank and Trust
vs.
Sandy Spring National Bank
Contact: Jen Gilday Contact: Danielle Burgess
 
3. West Meets East
Boatyard Bar & Grill and Davis' Pub Syndicate
vs.
Annapolis Bar & Restaurants
Contact: Dick Franyo & John Brock Contact: Gary Robertson & Chris Lee
 

4. Battle of the Burgee

Eastport Yacht Club
vs.
Annapolis Yacht Club
Contact: Phil Staller Contact: Mark McGonigle
 

5. Guns & Hoses Tug

Annapolis Fire Department
vs.
Annapolis Police Department
Contact: Danny Grimes Contact: Jim McNeil
 

6. Health Clubs

 NEW: 
World Gym
vs.
Golds Gym
Contact: Kym Dirks 410 987-6500 Contact: "Kickbox" Steve Kerstetter 410 269-5402 or 410 987-0209
 

7. Co-ed Tug

 NEW: 
Miller Lite MRE Co-Ed Team
vs.
Annapolis
Contact: Maurice Lethbridge Contact: Jenn Morse
 

8. Chicks

Lewnes Steak House's MRE Women's Team
vs.
Junior League Women's Team
Contact: Teresa Villena Contact: Beth Crabtree
 

9. Testosterone Tug V

Eastport Men's Team
vs.
Bowie Toyota's Annapolis Men's Team
Contact: Lew Woodward Contact: Randy Morse
 
No Later Than 2:00 p.m.

All Tug of War on the water activities must end as harbor will reopen to boat traffic.

TugFest 2002 Victory Celebration and bragging begins!

TugFest will be held in Eastport, on Second Street and Spa Creek.

Everyone who participated in or watched the Tug is invited.

It's Free!

There will be live music by Caribbean Cocktail, food vendors, activities like face-painting for kids of all ages, the Big Vanilla Climbing Wall and...

at 3 p.m....The Tug of War Awards and Victory Celebrations!

Late November to Early December Funds collected and tabulated and awarded to the designated charities

 

 

We Like it This Way. Up the Republic!

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