Join us at the 60th Anniversary Annual Dinner & Reorganization Meeting!
Special Keynote Speaker ~ Dick Vermeil
Philadelphia Eagles Coach, 1976-1982
April 25, 2018 at Spring Mill Manor
171 Jacksonville Road, Ivyland, PA
5:00 PM • Cocktails & VIP Hour
6:00 PM • Business Meeting
6:30 PM • Dinner
RSVP & Payments by April 10th
Dinner Cost: $75 per person, Cash Bar
Dinner Options: (please choose your dinner option during checkout)
- Chicken Romano, asparagus & artichoke hearts in a lemon, white wine sauce
- Stuffed Tilapia Florentine with a savory spinach filling topped with a roasted red pepper cream sauce
- Vegetarian Option
Philadelphia Eagles Coach, 1976 - 1982
One of the most distinguished coaching careers in National Football League history officially concluded when Dick Vermeil announced his retirement from professional football in January 2006. Vermeil spent 15 seasons as an NFL head coach and was a member of the league’s coaching fraternity for 19 seasons. In addition, Vermeil has had a prestigious career as a football broadcaster, analyzing both NFL and college games.
Vermeil’s 15-year tenure as an NFL head coach began when he was chosen to guide the fortunes of the downtrodden Philadelphia Eagles franchise in 1976, a team that hadn’t been in the NFL playoffs in 16 years. In seven seasons with the Eagles, Vermeil engineered four playoff appearances, highlighted by an NFC Championship win over the Dallas Cowboys and a trip to Super Bowl XV vs. the Oakland Raiders in 1980.