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2005 Trip Details for Lancaster County Parents & Participants
updated Thursday, January 20, 2005 8:04 PM

General Information

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Raising Money to Help Pay for the Trip

Dress Code & Day-by-Day Attire

Final Itinerary

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Citizenship Washington Focus2005 Final Itinerary

Note: (L) = non-provided lunch and (D) = non-provided dinner.

Mon. 6/6 Depart Lincoln drive to Chicago. Dinner at the Navy Pier. Speed Dog Boat Cruise. Visit the Sears Tower. Overnight in South Chicago. (L)

Tues. 6/7 Travel to Canada to Niagra falls. Dinner in Niagra and Imax show in the evening. (L)

Wed. 6/8 Visit Niagra Falls and take a Maid of the Mist Boat Tour of the falls. Visit Fort George on the Canadian side. Depart by 1 p.m. to Corning. Visit the Corning Museum of Glass. Dinner at local buffet. (L)

Thur. 6/9 On to New York City! Upon arrival take a ferry to see the Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island. Dinner at the Food Court at Ellis Island. Broadway show in Times Square. Overnight in Newark, New Jersey. (L, D)

Fri. 6/10 Tour of New York City with a local walk on guide. Tour includes Times Square, Wall Street, ethnic neighborhoods, Ground Zero, 5th Avenue, Central Park & More! Lunch included at the Hard Rock Café or Planet Hollywood. Continue on to King of Prussia, PA for overnight. (D)

Sat. 6/11 Guided visit to Valley Forge including Washington Headquarters, in the morning. Afternoon tour with local guides in Philadelphia to include Independence Square, Liberty Bell, Betsy Ross Home, Christ's Church and Independence Hall. On to Gettysburg for overnight stay. (L, D)

Sun. 6/12 Visit to Gettysburg to tour the electric map and have a step on tour guide for the Battlefield Tour - Then on to Chevy Chase Maryland - at the 4-H center by 3. (L)

Mon-Fri. In Chevy Chase Maryland at the 4-H Center.

  • Mon. 6/13 Nightview of Washington Tour

  • Tues. 6/14 Capitol Hill Appointments - Pictures with Senators on steps (L)

  • Wed. 6/15 Tour of Arlington National Cemetery, Lunch and Shopping in Georgetown, Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean & WW1 Memorials, Twilight Tattoo (Bands).

  • Thur. 6/16 Tour of Mount Vernon and Old Town Alexandria Virginia. In the evening attend Toby's Dinner Theatre to see the production Beauty and the Beast.

  • Fri. 6/17 Tour D.C. Holocaust Tour at Noon - Smithsonians, Museums, etc. This day is your own choice. Depending on the group - we may brave the subway this day! (L)

Sat. 6/18 Check out of 4-H Center by 9 a.m. depart for Annapolis area for some time on the beach! Deprt by noon to continue to Charlottesville for a visit at Monticello. Overnight in Charlottesville area. (L,D)

Sun 6/19. Travel to Louiseville KY to visit the Kentucky Derby and Museum. Continue to Evansville, Indiana area for overnight stay.(L,D)

Mon 6/20. Return to Lincoln in p.m. The End!!!


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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