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Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune

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Camp Lejeune News
Service members may qualify for educational program August 26, 2009 — Some service members see their service as a career-long endeavor and often give decades of their working lives to the military.  Others develop valuable leadership skills and transition into civilian life.  Both are options, and now North Carolina universities are offering state residents leaving active service a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. MORE
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US Rep reads to children at base hospital August 18, 2009 — Several young children sat in miniature chairs around a table listening excitedly to stories, told of mouse adventures as in the United States government. U.S. Rep. Walter B. Jones (R-N.C.) visited Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune’s Pediatric Clinic to read a few books to a small group of children as part of the Reach Out and Read program, Aug. 4. The MORE
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One single blood donation saves three lives August 13, 2009 — What if you were told that by giving 10 minutes of your time to donate blood, just one pint, you could save the lives of a parent, spouse and sibling? Would you donate? What if you were told that you would be saving your parent, spouse and sibling? Whether in peacetime or war, there is always a need for blood, so to help increase the quantity MORE
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New childcare facility opens aboard Lejeune August 11, 2009 — Parents often have appointments to attend, or need a little break from the kids to pamper themselves or even just take care of the grocery list. Luckily due to a new child development center opening, there is a place to drop off the little ones while taking care of business.   The Hadnot Point Child Development Center on Marine Corps Base Camp MORE
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Lejeune surf camp hangs-10 with Quiksilver surfers August 10, 2009 — The weather was ideal for a day of surfing. The sun was high and shining bright, a nice warm breeze blew through the air and the water was cool to the skin; a great combination for day filled with fun. Although the North Carolina weather can be temperamental at times, there are still plenty of ideal days for surfing before the summer is over. As MORE
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