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I find myself in the position of having more boats than I have places to keep them and have decided to donate one to charity.
It is a 1978 Trojan 30' Sportfish, solid fiberglass hull in perfect condition, recently repowered with twin Chevy 350s. Very seaworthy, needs minor cosmetic work.
If anyone knows of a not for profit organization such as Wish a Fish, Sea Scouts, USCG Aux., etc. that could use it, please bmail me.
 

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The Reedville Fisherman's museum takes boat donations.

The Massey Cancer Center at Rappahannock General Hospital might be interested. They hold some interesting raffles to help their indigent patients. I donated a framed John Barber print and a ton of books to them. Large items are usually raffled and books are sold there at the center for $1 each. A very good cause. Ask for Connie.....she can assist you or put you on to the person who can.

Very generous and thoughtful of you Capt. G in wanting to help others. [angel]
 

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In regards to my previous post .......If any of you guys have any books you don't want please think of donating them to the cancer center at RGH. Thanks. [angel]
 

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The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels MD takes donated boats.

http://www.cbmm.org/me_boat_auction.html

If I could afford the gas I would start up a charity fishing club just for such a boat.

Tom
 
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