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30th Annual Semper Fidelis Golf Classic August 29, 2016, Westfields Golf Club, Clifton, Virginia

The planning stage for the Foundation’s Annual Semper Fidelis Golf Classic is underway and we are looking forward to a great day of golf!

The Semper Fidelis Golf Classic is a four-person scramble. We will have registration and breakfast before the shotgun start and a buffet dinner will follow play. There are great Prize Opportunities, Raffle Packages, Silent Auction items, Weekend Getaways and more. . . . We offer different levels of Sponsorship Opportunities. Sponsors (depending on their level) will receive exposure throughout the Tournament through signs, special items with their logos, specific recognition in the script. Please see our website for additional information.

Marine Corps University Foundation’s Major General John H. Russell Leadership Award New York Luncheon

Major General John H. Russell, USMC, was the 16th Commandant of the Marine Corps. The Major General John H. Russell Leadership Award, established by his daughter, Mrs. Vincent Astor, and the Marine Corps University Foundation, is presented annually to a distinguished American whose commitment to personal and professional excellence embodies those qualities of leadership and character uniquely associated with the United States Marine Corps. The 2016 Award Recipient is to be announced shortly.

The Luncheon is scheduled for Wednesday, October 26, in New York City. Cocktails begin at 11:30, we sit down to lunch at 12:15, and the program usually concludes by 3:00. We expect approximately 200–250 Business Leaders and Philanthropists, a Military Guest of Honor, local Marines and many of our Trustees.

The Oppenheimer-Stein Marine Corps Scholarship at Harvard University

Academic Year 2016–2017

The family of Brigadier General Harold L. Oppenheimer, USMCR, and his mother,

Doris Stein, established the

Oppenheimer-Stein Marine Corps Scholarship at Harvard University in their memory. Its purpose is to provide financial assistance to dependents of Marines who are pursuing undergraduate studies at Harvard University. Students who have been accepted admission to Harvard University and meet one of the below listed eligibility requirements may qualify for a scholarship award.


Recipients must be sons or daughters of a Marine who: • Is on Active Duty, • Has been Honorably Discharged from the Marine Corps after a minimum of five years Active Duty service, or died on Active Duty, OR

• The recipient is a Veteran Marine honorably discharged from the Marine Corps.


Please contact for more information.

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