Valerie F. Olson
A stalwart band of river rats gathered in the hamlet of Ohiopyle on a misty morning in May. However, this group did not appear to be the typical breed of carefree, devil-may-care adventurers ... or were they? Indeed, the faces (if not the attire) bore vague resemblance to some of the members of the OSA board of directors. In truth, the outing marked a prologue to the annual spring board of directors meeting at Annapolis.
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Publish Date: 01 July 1979
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