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Gordon's Crow About Success 2009!
Joe "The Flash" Gordon Inducted into the National
Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY 26 July
Nine-time MLB All Star Joe Gordon went to the
World Series six times and was part of the winning team
five times. He was voted MVP in 1942 edging out Ted
Williams' Triple Crown that year for the honor! He still
holds the AL record for number of HR for a 2nd Baseman
and is considered one of the all time great defensive
players of the game. A humble man according to his
daughter Judy, he rarely talked about the game,
preferring to steer the topic to other sports and
interests.  She says he wouldn't have had much to say
about the honor, but would have been very pleased! We
are thrilled that our kinsman's legacy will be preserved
for future generations at the Hall of Fame.
Read more
about him here.

    Allison Baker's (AKA Cat), daughter of Geof & Beverly
    Baker, MYSL U19 Soccer Team played in the Sun
    Cup Tournament Finals match. Cat plays as a
    goalkeeper for her squad. After two full halves of
    regulation play, the score ended NIL - NIL. The game
    went to two 10 minute over time halves were Cat made a
    couple of great saves, keeping the score knotted at NIL -
    NIL. It came down to Penalty Kicks to decide the
    champions. Cat's opposition was the first to take a PK.
    They tried to shoot low to the post to score. Cat made an
    amazing full stretch low fingertip save to block the shot.
Standing behind her goal were the two U19 Boys teams which had just finished their championship
match. When she made that save, the entire group behind her goal erupted with cheers! You could
see the wind come out of the sails of her opponents at midfield as they realized Cat had full range of
goal with that save. They tried to shoot high for the corners, but to no avail.
Cat's team won the
championship with the final PK score of 3 - 1
as the referee blew the final whistle in Round 4 of
the PK's as he knew they could not beat Cat's team. Cat's entire team (21 players) rushed the field
and tackled her to show their appreciation!!!!
Congratulations Cat on a phenomenal season and
championship match!

    Congratulations to Aaron Todd on receiving the Sons of the
    American Revolution Bronze ROTC Medal in recognition of
    outstanding leadership qualities, military bearing and excellence.
    Aaron also received a second recognition certificate of athletic
    accomplishment, the "From the Halls of Montezuma To the
    Shores of Tripoli Award." This award was earned by a perfect
    500/500 on his physical fitness program as prescribed and
    sponsored by the Marine Corps League. Aaron has been promoted to
    Cadet 1st Lieutenant and remains as OIC of the Raiders Team.

    Congratulations to Aaron Todd on being named as Drum Captain
    for the Hermitage Marching Panthers for the 2009-2010 school

    Congratulations to Lois Todd who has received the
    James Cash Penney Award for Community Service
    for 2009. Lois' work with the Hermitage High School
    JROTC and House of Gordon USA have made a positive
    impact on the community. Chaperoning the cadets at
    competitions, field trips, community service projects and
    fund raisers has been a lot of fun, but also set a great
    example. The cadets are required to complete a certain
    number of hours in community service, and with her help
    the JROTC Raiders Team took on as one of their
    projects the Relay for Life. Not only did they log time
    running, but also community service doing many of the
tasks at hand throughout the day. They also raised money for cancer research! The James Cash
Penney Foundation made a cash donation to the Hermitage JROTC in her name. This is the fifth year
Lois has been honored. (Pictured above: the Hermitage JROTC on a visit to Quantico Marine Corps
Base -- HMX1 static display.)

Congratulations to The House of Gordon Virginia on
winning the Lord Dunmore Trophy for BEST CLAN
TENT at the Williamsburg Scottish Festival!
Gordons won this award in 2007 as well and will be the
Honored Clan at Williamsburg in 2010. Pictured Right:
Barbara Gordon Wray, David Todd, convener holding
the award, Geof Baker, Morris Gordon, Byron Adams
and the Adam's kids.

    Congratulations to the Gordon Women who fielded
    two Haggis Hurl teams at the Williamsburg Scottish
    Festival. The Gordon TWO Team, pictured left, who
    WON THE HAGGIS HURL, ending our long string of 2nd
    place finishes in style! The Gordon TWO Team set a
    record for distance with 167 feet 8 inches!

    Congratulations on a most successful House of
    Gordon USA AGM held at the Meadow Highland
    Games (Richmond) where the House of Gordon
    was the Honored Clan! The House of Gordon led the
    parade of tartans with our own color guard honoring the
    men & women of the Armed Forces with all 5 branches
    represented by their colors.

The Gordon men again garnered top honors in the
Bonnie Knees contest.
Wee Oliver won the lad's division,
Jim Gordon took top honors in the senior division, and Gordy
ran off with the trophy as bonniest kneed mascot! OH! Those
Gordon MEN! Pictured bottom are the winners from  2008,
Morris Gordon, David Gauthier, and Mac Adams.

    Don't forget the MUD SLIDING AND MUD
    WRESTLING after the close of the day on
    Saturday at the AGM! The Gordons and Blue
    Ribbon Society had a veritable Mud Fest and a
    good time all around. Congrats to Jerry Van as the
    most entertaining!
Aaron Todd
Gordon2 Team wins Haggis Hurl!
HoG VA Wins Best Tent!
Gordons lead the way with our Color Guard
Gordon men dominate the Bonnie Knees
Mud Sliding and Wrestling anyone?!?
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