Events

April 5, 2013

Bldg. 3000 hosts annual Civ/Mil Spring Mixer

Edwards AFB hosted the annual Edwards Civilian-Military Support Group Spring Mixer in Bldg. 3000 March 28. Base leaders and members of the Antelope Valley community got together to meet and raise funds for projects around base. More than $400 dollars were raised to help the Airman’s Attice. Edwards Civ/Mil is an organization dedicated to supporting Team Edwards.

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Christine Scrivner, wife of Kern County Supervisor Zach Scrivner (dark sport coat and tan slacks), is drawing the winning ticket for the 50/50 drawing during annual Edwards Civilian Military Support Group Spring Mixer in Bldg. 3000. A total of $440 raised in the drawing and Michelle Slade won and then donated the $220 in winnings to the Airman’s Attic.

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Awards were presented to Michelle Webb, Corporate Citizenship Officer for Northrop Grumman Corp., and Mick Jaggers, Program Director, Northrop Grumman, in appreciation of their donations to the Edwards Civilian Military Support Group over the past few years.




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