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A place to reflect: Vietnam veterans honored in memorial rededication ceremony June 05, 2014 — Members of the area community, including veterans, active duty service members and county residents, gathered to commemorate the rededication of Vietnam Veterans Memorial during a ceremony at Lejeune Memorial Gardens in Jacksonville, N.C., May 31.   The ceremony celebrated the addition of a gazebo above a fountain in the memorial, which features MORE
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A place to reflect: Vietnam veterans honored in memorial rededication ceremony
Operation Cookie Drop: Girl Scouts show troop appreciation May 28, 2014 — After months of selling cookies, Girl Scouts gathered at theUSO of North Carolina Jacksonville center to give more than 3,000 boxes to themilitary community during Operation Cookie Drop, May 22.   At each local cookie selling booth, from January to March,girls from the Coastal Pines’ Girl Scouts placed a tin seeking donations forOperation Cookie MORE
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Operation Cookie Drop: Girl Scouts show troop appreciation
USO sponsors No Dough Dinner for active-duty serve members February 24, 2014 — The USO North Carolina, Jacksonville Center, hosts a No Dough Dinner on the last Monday of every month for active-duty service members E-6 and below. The dinner is hosted for service members who are struggling financially and provides a fun atmosphere for them to meet others.  “We try and lift the spirits of our military members and their MORE
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USO sponsors No Dough Dinner for active-duty serve members
Community honors veterans during holidays with Wreaths Across America November 26, 2013 — Members of the local community will join thousandsnationwide in honoring veterans through a wreath laying ceremony on WreathAcross America Day, Dec. 14.   Wreath Across America Day is an annual event which began in1992 in ArlingtonNational Cemetery.Since then, the event has spread throughout the country and is now markedannually by a congressional MORE
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City of Jacksonville unveils service medallions for military November 07, 2013 — The city of Jacksonville unveiled five service medallions dedicated to each service branch during a ceremony at the Freedom Fountain in Jacksonville, Nov. 7. The Freedom Fountain, was originally dedicated Nov. 9, 2012. It features a center jet dedicated to the country’s freedom; three fountain heads surrounding it, each representing the three MORE
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Military children spend story time with royalty August 14, 2013 — Young princes and princesses donned their fairy tale best to listen to North Carolina royalty read during the USO of N.C. Jacksonville Center’s “A Very Royal Story Time,” Aug. 13. Ashley Love-Mills, this year’s Miss North Carolina, visited the USO to spend time with the youngest members of the military community.  “To them, I’m a princess,” said MORE
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Agencies honored for support of Child Advocacy Center June 19, 2013 — A local community organization helping physically and sexually abused youth recognized key support agencies during a ceremony in Jacksonville, N.C., June 7.   The Child Advocacy Center of Onslow County is a one-stop facility where children can receive medical evaluations and be interviewed in a friendly atmosphere.   Law enforcement agencies and MORE
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Agencies honored for support of Child Advocacy Center
Swansboro Chamber of Commerce brings community together with Military Appreciation Day June 01, 2013 — There are more than 6,500 spoken languages in the world today, but the Chamber of Commerce members felt it was appropriate to take this day and say thank you to the service members. With the American flag hanging from a local fire truck, hundreds of families gathered and shared the cloudless, sunny day together to show appreciation for the service MORE
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Female service members, veterans, spouses invited to attend A New Mission: How Military Women Become Entrepreneurs May 15, 2013 — Women of the military community including service members, veterans and spouses are invited to attend A New Mission: How Military Women Become Entrepreneurs at the Marston Pavilion aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune May 21.   For $30, women from Camp Lejeune and neighboring installations explore entrepreneurship at the event. The price includes MORE
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Ghosts make contact at Jacksonville USO November 27, 2012 — The USO of North Carolina Jacksonville Center is a place where service members and the local community can have fun and relax, but in its shadows lie mysterious forces that open and close doors when nobody is around, touch and scratch guests and employees, and leave people with an eerie feeling.   A local radio station along with the South East MORE
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