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President Melissa Zebley and SAC Kevin Perkins.

3, 2015 at the Dupont Country Club. The proceeds from the tour- nament not only benefit both the Maryland and Delaware Special Olympics, but also the Chapter’s scholarship fund for deserving students. The tournament gener- ated thousands of dollars for these charities. Tournament participants were comprised of regional law enforcement leaders at the local, state, and federal levels. We also had the pleasure of playing with many of our sponsors and every- one enjoyed the luncheon.

n Grasonville, MD - The National Academy Associates Maryland- Delaware Chapter held its Annual Crab Feast Event on Friday, Oc- tober 2, 2015 at Fisherman’s Crab Deck. Over 100 members, guests, and sponsors attended the event despite the rain, wind, and fore- cast for Hurricane Joaquin. The event consisted of fellowship with Old Friends, Old Bay, heavy crabs, and a buffet filled with chicken, burgers, hotdogs, and beverages. A great time was had by all and everyone is looking forward to next year’s event. Not only is Maryland know for crabs... So is the Maryland Delaware Chapter of the FBINAA.

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