Events

May 25, 2012

News Briefs | May 25, 2012


912 HOSTS FUND RAISER

The 912th Air Refueling Squadron will host its Inaugural Air Force Assistance Fund Golf Tournament at the General Old Golf Course, 16700 Village West Dr., Riverside, Calif., June 8.

There will be a Shotgun Start along with Best Ball competitions. Please RSVP with registration fees paid by close of business, June 1. This event is open to all Team March members.

For more information, contact unit POCs: Master Sgt. Shaal at 951-655-2013, Staff Sgt. Meyer at 951-655-5261 or Capt. Eley at 951-655-3206.

 

UPDATE FOR USAF MARATHON TEAM MARCH RUNNERS

All passenger seating via military airlift for the U.S. Air Force Marathon have been filled. Additional airlift is not scheduled, however, there will be a stand-by list in case of cancellations. For more information, contact Chief Master Sgt.Terry L. Luzader, chief, NAF Aviation Resource Functional Manager at 951-655-7608.

 

CNG HOST FREE SUMMER CAMP

The Calif. National Guard Child and Youth “Adventure’s in Leadership” Camp, will be held from June 26 to 28, for teens 14 to 18 years of age. They will be focusing on team building and leadership skills, as well as community service. For registration, visit their website at http://adventuresinleadership.eventbrite.com/

 

HONORING OUR VETERANS

A team of March members will meet at Riverside Evergreen Cemetery on May 26, Memorial Day weekend, at 8 a.m., to place American flags on the graves of over 1,000 fallen veterans. The gravesite of Congressional Medal of Honor recipient, Col. Cornelius Cole Smith, United States Army, among others will be visited. All are welcome to attend. For questions, please contact Col. John Morris at (951) 655-3869, or cell phone at (951) 746-0416.

 

MILITARY FAMILY STRONG EVENT

A Military Family Resource Fair will be held at the Temecula Civic Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on May 26. Military Families Strong events are designed to empower military families and educated the civilian sector on the military lifestyle and dynamics allowing the service member to focus on the mission. For any questions please contact Reyna Reyna at militaryfamilystrong@gmail.com or for questions regarding the Operation Silver Star site please contact Richard De La Cruz at administrator@operationsilverstar.org.




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