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July 5, 2012

Civ-Mil support group barbecue slated for July 26

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The Edwards AFB Civilian-Military Support Group invites everyone to their annual barbecue at the Hacienda Lane Ranch.

On hand will be the Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., leadership team:

  • Brig. Gen. Arnie Bunch, AFFTC commander
  • Brig. Gen. Michael Brewer, 412th Test Wing commander
  • Col. Amy Arwood, 95th Air Base Wing commander

 

Social hour runs 5-6 p.m., dinner begins at 6 p.m.

Hacienda Lane Ranch is located at 5600 Hacienda Ranch Road, Palmdale, Calif.

 

For more information or directions, call Mike Belzil at (661) 202-0934 or email rsvp@eafbcivmil.org. When RSVPing, give the names of all attending and whether they prefer a chicken or beef dinner.

 

Cost is $25 per person. And checks should be mailed to:

EAFB Civ/Mil

PO Box 812

Lancaster CA 93584-0812.




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