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A LIVING MEMORIAL from page 3


The Marines’ Memorial Club is a twelve story building with 138 guest rooms and suites; the Leatherneck Steakhouse, the twelfth floor dining room with a vibrant view of San Francisco’s bridges; a library; and a world-class health club with a lap swimming pool.


Membership in the Marines’ Memorial Club is open to all Veterans of the United States Armed Forces. Effective 1 January 2005, by virtue of Veterans’ contributions, the Association is able to offer free annual membership to all Currently Serving members of the US Armed Forces who come to stay at the Marines’ Memorial Club to use the facility. For members and their guests who stay overnight in the Club, the room rates are the most reasonable in San Francisco; and, also effective 1 January 2005, because of our Regular Membership support, Currently Serving members of the US Armed Forces can stay at the Marines’ Memorial Club for $79 Sunday through Thurs- day, and $99 on Friday and Saturday.


Members may use the club for the observance of the occasions that are significant in their own personal lives, such as reunions, weddings, and receptions. The most gratifying experience may be the spontane- ous camaraderie with those who share like values and ideals.


The deliberate, delicate mission of the Marines’ Memorial Club con- tinues: “A tribute to those who have gone before; and a service to those who carry on.” While browsing amidst the Club’s commemo- rative exhibits, take a few moments to listen to the voices that speak from the books, the photos, the citations, and the artwork. The Marines’ Memorial Club is theirs and you are welcome in their home.


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