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chaptersinaction Chapter Achievements


From the Field: Sarasota (Fla.) Chapter At its June luncheon, the Sarasota Chapter (www.sarasotamoaa.com) presented scholarships totaling


$4,000 to two area students: Kathryn Beck of Cardinal Mooney Catholic High School and Cassandra Golem- beski of Riverview High School. The program included a perfor- mance by Olivia Swaan, an ac- complished harpist and singer of Irish music. Swaan donated to the chapter’s scholarship fund earn- ings from the sale of her DVD at the luncheon. Approximately 120 people attended the event.


Western Connecticut Chapter Members of the Western Connect- icut Chapter presented a MOAA Junior ROTC medal award to Cadet Jessie Abrams of the Bridgeport Military Academy (BMA) during a ceremony held at the school in June. Capt. Bill Glass, USN (Ret), past president of the chapter and a senior naval science instructor at BMA, pre- sented the award.


(above) Members of the Green Valley (Ariz.) Chapter collect gro- ceries during the chapter’s Fourth of July Food for the Troops campaign. (top) Western Connecticut Chapter President Lt. Col. John Simonetti, USAF (Ret), right, and past President Capt. Bill Glass, USN (Ret), left, present the MOAA Junior ROTC Medal award to Cadet Jessie Abrams of the Bridgeport Military Academy.


CHAPTER VISITS


Tarheel Central (N.C.) Chapter, Winston- Salem, Oct. 11, Col. Barry Wright, USA (Ret). Montgomery Area (Ala.) Chapter and Alabama Council of Chapters, Oct. 13, MOAA President and CEO


Lt. Gen. Dana T. Atkins, USAF (Ret). Georgia Council of Chapters Convention, Oct. 14, MOAA President and CEO Lt. Gen. Dana T. Atkins, USAF (Ret), and Col. Terri Coles, USA (Ret).


New Mexico Council of Chapters, Oct. 15, Col. Barry Wright, USA (Ret). Northern Virginia Chapter, Oct. 19, MOAA President and CEO Lt. Gen. Dana T. Atkins, USAF (Ret).


Green Valley (Ariz.) Chapter The Green Valley Chapter (www .greenvalleymoaa.org) had its most successful Fourth of July Food for the Troops campaign in the chap- ter’s history. Members collected more than 350 pounds of food donated by residents at the Quail Creek community and more than $600 from a 50/50 raffle and dona- tions. The food will help fill pantry shelves at the training center of the Arizona Air National Guard’s 162nd Fighter Wing, and the funds will be used to purchase turkeys for junior enlisted troops at Thanksgiving.


Kitsap (Wash.) Chapter Members of the Kitsap Chapter (www.kitsapmoaa.org) presented the chapter’s 2016 Junior Officer Leadership Award to five local of- ficers: Lt. Eduardo Castellanos, USN; Lt. Stephany Daniell, USN; Lt. Cmdr. Crystal Miller, USN; Lt. j.g. Mallory Smith, USN; and Lt. j.g. Tahnee Zaccano, USCG. Each recipient received a trophy and a certificate of merit.


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— Contributors are Col. Barry Wright, USA (Ret), director, Council and Chapter Affairs; Col. Terri Coles, USA (Ret), depu- ty director; and Blair Drake. For submis- sion information, see page 4.


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