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CWF in Lancaster County - We're Going to Washington DC!

2005 Trip Details for Lancaster County Parents & Participants
updated Thursday, April 28, 2005 11:59 AM

General Information

Trip Expenses

Raising Money to Help Pay for the Trip

Dress Code & Day-by-Day Attire

Final Itinerary

Other questions About the Trip

CWF Coordinator HandbookCWF Coordinator Handbook


Citizenship Washington Focus2005 Dress Code

Day by Day Dress Requirements (See Explanation of Terms Below)

  • June 6 Casual
  • June 7 Casual
  • June 8 Casual (prepare to get wet, raincoats provided)
  • June 9 Most of the day is Casual. In the evening you will need to be dressy for the broadway show.
  • June 10 Casual
  • June 11 Casual
  • June 12 Casual
  • June 13-18 Dressy Casual everyday
    • 1 day 4-H Uniform (Khakis and Polo)(Senators Day)
    • 1 night dressy (dinner theatre)
    • 1 afternoon very casual (muddy derby)
    • 1 afternoon very conservative (National Cathedral)
  • June 22 Casual
  • June 23 Casual
  • June 24 Casual
  • Remember to bring your swimming suit

Remember to always wear comfortable shoes. I will allow you to wear nice, clean tennis shoes will on Capitol Hill. Remember to bring a jacket or a sweatshirt. The weather will change from location to location. The bus also can get chilly.

Definitions

Casual:

Comfortable clothing. T-shirts, shorts, jeans, running pants etc. Caps are permitted while touring. No hats in restaurants or while on Capitol Hill. When visiting the National Cathedral everyone must wear very conservative clothing, absolutely no tanks or short-shorts. Remember to bring your swimming suit.

  • No Offensive Logos
  • No Slinky tanks
  • No midriff shirts
  • No short-shorts
  • No cut-off shorts or ripped jeans

Business Casual:

  • Dresses, slacks, nice shirts, etc.

  • Your uniform will work in this category too.

Uniform:

  • Official red CWF polo shirt
  • Khaki long pants or longer skirts, no capris
  • Comfortable shoes, tennis shoes are acceptable

Dressy:

  • Ladies: Nice dresses, 2 piece outfits, skirts, button-up tops etc. (Girls can wear heels, no walking will be taking place).
  • Men: Slacks, button shirts, tie, suit, very dressy polos.

Very Casual:

Prepare to get dirty and wet. There is a chance that this outfit may get stained etc. dress accordingly. - remember your footwear also.


General Information

Trip Expenses

Raising Money to Help Pay for the Trip

Dress Code & Day-by-Day Attire

Final Itinerary

Other questions About the Trip

CWF Coordinator HandbookCWF Coordinator Handbook

 

 

 

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