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Credit for Christmas December 14, 2006 — As Christmas approaches and people start to spend money on gifts it is important to keep finances under control especially when it could affect a person’s credit.   Credit is about trust, said Roy Ells, the financial specialist, with Marine Corps Community Services Health Promotion Branch. Building credit is essential in this economy but a person MORE
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Free camping offered to service members December 14, 2006 — The Brewster Camp grounds has opened its gate to service members for free camping from now until the end of January.   The 14 campsites, which normally cost $12 a night to camp are being offered for free to give service members who are about to deploy a cheap and easy place to spend quality time with their family, said Bill Moore, the outdoor MORE
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Duke students support troops December 13, 2006 — Remembering the troops during the holiday season can be lost in shopping and dinners, but one group has gone out of their way to show their support.   Students from Duke University, N.C., delivered a poster, signed by hundreds of Duke students, to Col. Adele E. Hodges, commanding officer of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune Dec. 13.   The poster was MORE
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New NC laws affect seatbelt rules, cell phones and alcohol rules December 13, 2006 — New North Carolina laws taking effect Dec. 1 will require young drivers to hang up, backseat passengers to buckle up, and prevent judges from turning down more drunk-driving cases as well as bolster current alcohol-related laws.   “These new laws protect our service members off base, but we have some of these policies already in effect on base”, MORE
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Trees for Troops December 11, 2006 — As soon as they came – they left.   The Christmas SPIRIT Foundation gave more than 800 free Christmas trees to service members and their families as part of the Trees for Troops program in front of the Defense Commissary Agency Commissary here Dec 11.   “This is a really great program, and it’ll be a huge help for the troops whose families are left MORE
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Onslow county Special Olympics holds Fall Games aboard New River December 07, 2006 — The delegations of athletes marched — and some rolled on four wheels — into the gymnasium to raucous applause and cheers.   Thus began the Onslow County Special Olympics Basketball Skills Fall Games at the New River fitness center Friday.   More than 100 athletes from 10 schools and about 100 Marine Corps volunteers, plus other volunteers, MORE
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Headquarters and Support Battalion hosts first safety fair December 07, 2006 — What do beer goggles, hot dogs, and strapping yourself into a car have in common? Answer: keeping Marines safe during this upcoming holiday season.   Headquarters and Support Battalion, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune hosted their first annual ‘Winter Safety Fair’ at Marston Pavilion here Dec. 7.   “We’re here to better educate our Marines regarding MORE
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