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Smokeless tobacco no healthier than smoking February 26, 2013 — Millions of Americans struggle with how to overcome tobacco use in their daily lives. For many, Feb. 21 marked the beginning of their journey to break the chains of addiction and lead a tobacco-free life with the Great American Spit Out, a day where awareness of the dangers of smokeless tobacco was front and center. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune MORE
Leaks, squeaks fixed at Catholic Chapel February 26, 2013 — The historic St. Francis Xavier Catholic Chapel aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune has stood through more than 60 years of conflicts, wars, storms, hurricanes and blizzards. Throughout the last few years the church has undergone renovations to fix decades of wear and tear, and soon the construction efforts will be complete. Hundreds of MORE
Marine mart grand opening aboard Stone Bay February 22, 2013 — Marines and Marine Corps Community Service representatives gathered at Stone Bay aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune for the ribbon cutting of the new Marine Mart Feb. 22.It was the grand opening for the second facility aboard the base, which will be the primary shopping mart for Marines to get uniform items, haircuts, equipment and a variety of MORE
Mock billing or real billing: know how much energy your family uses February 19, 2013 — The Unites States ranks second on the world scale when it pertains to energy consumption, but the Department of the Navy and the commandant of the Marine Corps recently signed off on a reduction plan for base housing.For Atlantic Marine Corps Communities a mock billing period that started in Nov. and ended Feb. 1 marked the start of the Resident MORE
Hot chili makes up for cold day of riding February 16, 2013 — The sound of revving engines and the smell of chili filled the frigid air in Jacksonville as bikers rode as far as Wilmington, N.C., in the hopes of winning $500 while helping fund a scholarship for children of veterans.Rolling Thunder Chapter N.C.-5 hosted its 11th Annual Chilly Chili Poker Run Feb. 16 starting at Lejeune Motorsports with three MORE
Mock billing or real billing: know how much energy your family uses February 15, 2013 — The Unites States ranks second on the world scale when it pertains to energy consumption, but the Department of the Navy and the commandant of the Marine Corps recently signed off on a reduction plan for base housing.For Atlantic Marine Corps Communities a mock billing period that started in Nov. and ended Feb. 1 marked the start of the Resident MORE
Support group helps those grieving after lost child February 14, 2013 — Losing an infant during pregnancy is a traumatic experience. Shifting from planning for a child’s arrival to planning a burial emotionally cripples mothers and fathers. Resolve Through Sharing at Naval Hospital Camp Lejeune recently implemented an Infant Loss Support Group to help cope with this unfortunate reality.Resolve Through Sharing is a MORE
Marines, soldiers, sailors prepare for African Lion 2013 February 12, 2013 — The parade deck outside of 2nd Longshoreman Platoon’s home at Stone Bay, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, became a Moroccan port for a short time on the weekend of Feb. 8. Vehicles carrying minor or feigned cargo passed through the gates and, with the help of Marines, soldiers and sailors, navigated checkpoints and obstacles the service members MORE
Corps, Community preview path to future February 12, 2013 — Base leaders from Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River joined local government and community leaders of Jacksonville and Onslow County aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River to discuss the outlook of their installations going forward at the 18th Annual State of the Community Breakfast Feb. 12.Speakers included Jeff Hudson, Onslow County manager, MORE
Course teaches painful art of Jujitsu February 05, 2013 — Wayne Nelson doesn’t want just anyone for his Traditional Jujitsu Class aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune. In fact many don’t make it through his class. Promoted as a defensive and very painful martial art, Nelson teaches methods of self defense to Marines, dependents, retirees and civilian employees twice a week at Building 39, next to the MORE

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