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More about The Portland CONFAM and RFN!

Posted by Richard Ames on July 12, 2014 at 12:05 AM

USCGC Sherman Assn. Reunion planners, Myself, John J O'Neil and Russ Allyson attended the Reunion Friendly Network's (RFN) CONFAM June 1 - June 6, 2014 at the Best Western Merry Manor Inn in S. Portland, ME.. Portland is known as Longfellow’s “little city by the sea”, Portland, Maine laid out her abundant sights for us to see.Portland Head Light, the Old Port Exchange, the Victoria Mansion and the Portland Observatory were just a few among them. We also visited the historic Maine Maritime Museum. Maine is famous for its unique cuisine and we did not miss out. We enjoyed dinner at DiMillo’s Restaurant, the largest floating restaurant on the east coast, and feasted on fresh Maine lobster at Foster’s Downeast Clambake in York, Maine. The purpose CONFAM is to familiarize planners with the local area's history, events, hotels, dining, attractions as well as training new and experienced planners in best practices. We were very impressed with RFN's president

Sharon Danitschek's expertise and planner training and the hospitality of our Portland business sponsors:


Best Western Merry Manor Inn - Don Haggett

Clarion Hotel Portland - Heather Lavesque

Hamptom Inn - Cheryl Delisle

Holiday Inn by the Bay - Sally Page

Maine Maritime Museum - Christine Titcomb

Mystery For Hire - Dan Marois

Portland Discovery - Land and Sea Tours -

Bill and Katy Frappier

DiMillos - Steve DiMillo

Fosters Downeast Clambake - Michelle Riggie

Tour Trends - Ed Sturrup

VIP Bus and Charter - Jason Briggs

To visit the RFN homepage click on the RFN logo at the top of this posting.


For more about RFN and view the bi monthly magazine click on the link below!

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