CANCELLED: ATP Trip to Mt. Vernon July 20

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CANCELLED: ATP Trip to Mt. Vernon July 20

Time: July 20, 2017 from 10:30am to 2pm
Location: Mt. Vernon, Alexandria
Event Type: trip, tour, lunch
Organized By: Sheila Bradley, 703.304.9422
Latest Activity: on Tuesday

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NEXT TRIP Planned for September!

The Aged to Perfection July outing is a visit to the historic Mount Vernon mansion, grounds and museum, followed by lunch at the Mount Vernon Inn Restaurant. We will meet at the church lot at 10:30am. The tour starts at 11am, lunch is at 12:30. General admission tickets to visit the museum and mansion are available in advance for $16. Lunch will be on your own at the restaurant. If some are only interested in lunch and not the tour, we can arrange later transportation for the lunch to leave at noon. For more information and to sign up, contact Sheila Bradley: (703) 304-9422 or email: rdanbradley@aol.com.

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