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January 17, 2014

News Briefs January 17, 2014

Annual Volunteer Appreciation Ceremony

The Airman and Family Readiness Center is preparing for the annual Volunteer Appreciation Ceremony in April that celebrates all the volunteers at Edwards Air Force Base and their service between Jan. 1 and Dec., 31 2013.

We’re asking all agencies, organizations and units who use volunteers and those who have employees that volunteer somewhere on Edwards AFB to submit their volunteers’ names, e-mail, phone number and total number of hours volunteered to Maricel Rusit by Feb. 6. To submit a volunteer for the Volunteer Excellence Award, contact Rusit at (661) 277-0723 or email maricel.rusit@us.af.mil. VEA nominations and images are also due by Feb 6.

Retirements

Violet E. Johnson: Lt. Col. Christopher M. Budde, 412th Communications Squadron commande, requests the pleasure of your company at a retirement luncheon honoring Violet E. Johnson, 412th CS management assistant. The luncheon is 11 a.m., Jan. 28 in the Chapel 1 Annex (Bldg. 2700). RSVP and payment are required by Jan. 23. For more information or to RSVP, call Sheree Springer at (661) 277-7732 or e-mail sheree.springer@us.af.mil.

David Witteried: David Witteried, 773rd Test Squadron, is retiring after 31 years of federal service. Witteried’s retirement luncheon and ceremony is 11 a.m., Jan. 30 in the Alliance Ballroom at Club Muroc. To make reservations, contact James Wells at (661) 277-7166. Reservations and meal prepayments are due by Jan. 23.

Elephant in the Room event

Family Advocacy, in conjunction with the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Program, will host “The Elephant in the Room” event. This Q&A discussion will offer parents tips on how to talk to teens about healthy dating, warning signs of an abusive teen relationship, the problem of sexting, social media safety, and break-up violence.Subject matter experts from the Legal Office, Office of Special Investigations, L.A. County Sheriff’s Department and parents of teens will be in attendance. The event runs 4:45-6 p.m., Feb. 7 in Bldg. 3940, Room 302. Light refreshments will be provided. To sign up, call (661) 277-5292, (661) 277-4988 or (661) 277-2456.




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