Release from the Humboldt Bay Harbor Working Group :
Benefits of Cruise Ships Making Eureka a Port of Call
EUREKA– Humboldt Bay Harbor Working Group (HBHWG) welcomes, Becky Reese, owner of Cruise Planners, who will speak about the benefits of cruise ships for the local economy and what can be done to make Eureka more desirable as a port of call.
Becky Reese and her husband, Jerry, operate the business Cruise Planners travel from their home. As travel advisors the will help you discover exciting adventures around the world. From cruises to land tours and completely packaged vacations, we specialize in all types of travel and will create an unforgettable vacation just for you
This forum is scheduled for Wednesday, May 31st, at Samoa Cookhouse from 12:30 to 1 p.m. with lunch served from noon to 12:30 p.m.
Fried chicken will be served for lunch at $16 and soup and salad is available for $12. To RSVP please contact 707-441-1974 or email: Charles.Bean@Yahoo.com “
Fried chicken! See you there!
The Humboldt Bay Harbor Working Group will devote its May meeting to a forum featuring 3rd District Harbor Commission candidates Mike Wilson and Uri Driscoll. Scott Hammond will moderate the discussion.
There’s a lot of interest in this election so get there early. It’s at the Cookhouse, as usual. Short ribs! ! HERE’S the flyer with full info and RSVP number and link.
See you there!
The Humboldt Bay Harbor Working Group will have its monthly no-host luncheon Wednesday at the Samoa Cookhouse. The presentation will address “Aquaponics on the Bay”, the featured lunch is meatloaf at $15 ($9 for soup/salad only) and you can RSVP at 441-1974 or by following the link HERE. See you there!
At the sparsely attended Humboldt Bay Harbor Working Group luncheon at the Samoa Cookhouse on Wednesday Jan 27, the small group of devotees heard from Interim Planning Director Rob Wall that a reworking of the Local Coastal Plan needs to be completed by April. Workshops will be announced shortly and will likely be held at the Harbor District’s facility on Woodley Island.
The small turnout was blamed on the TImes-Standard, which had not carried the meeting announcement.