Calling All USS Bergall Crew,
Family and Friends!
(Now why does that guy look familiar?)

There's a 2005 reunion underway at the famous Nags Head!
The 2002 hurricane Isabel took out the famous Bergall Gazebo
but I'm sure we will commandeer the Neptune Room JUST FINE!

CHECK OUT THE BERGALL AUCTION !!!

The Great Reunion Dinner will be on Friday (May 6th)...  
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for the dinner and send your selections!.

Confirming list for the crew attending
(check for friends attending or let us know you're coming so we can add your name)

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WHEN: May 4-8, 2005
WHERE:

COMFORT INN - OCEANFRONT SOUTH
8031 OLD OREGON INLET ROAD   (US 158 Bypass to Mile Post 17)
P.O. BOX 307
NAGS HEAD, NC 27959

(252) 441-6315 (800) 334-3302

Wireless Internet available.

WHO: All officers, crewmembers, wives and family of the SS 320, SSN 667 and S_324...
Families and friends of Shipmates who are "Resting Their Oars" are also always welcome.
HOSPITALITY SUITE: The Bergall Hospitality Suite will be in the Neptune room at the Comfort Inn (on the 2nd floor at the rear with connected patio)
Please bring sea stories and liberty lies to share and enjoy.
REUNION DINNER: Friday, May 6th is the date for the Great Bergall Reunion Dinner

The dinner will be a catered affair in the Neptune Room (our Hospitality Suite) at the Comfort Inn (reduces the stagger distance!)
Cocktails scheduled for 6:30-7PM
Dinner scheduled for 7:OOPM
Sea Stories: Will commence on arrival and will last.. Forever
DINNER MENU: We will have choices of (1) Fish,  (2) Roast Beef or  (3) Chicken   Make a selection.
COST FOR DINNER: $40.00 per person
If you are going to be attending the reunion dinner, please let us know how many in your group and the choice of entree by clicking
HERE
GENERAL
INFORMATION
CONTACT:
Don Basham
8638 Woodward Avenue
Alexandria, VA 22309
(703) 799-7777 or (703) 780-1215    (202) 616-5343(work)
E-Mail -
Don Basham
ATTENDING LIST: E-Mail - Mike Brood so that we know when you are coming who will be with you and if you will be attending the reunion dinner.

Nags Head is named for the pirate's activity in the olden days of leading a nag (old horse) up and down the sand dunes with a lantern hanging from it's neck.    Thinking they were seeing harbor lights and had found a safe harbor, sea captains would attempt to come in, thus running aground and making for easy plunder for the pirates!
 

Click here for the home page for the USS Bergall SS 320
Click here for the home page for the USS Bergall SSN 667