MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL – 2020 CAMPAIGN

MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL – 2020 CAMPAIGN

The general membership voted on 16 November 2019 to maintain the dues structure at $20 for regular members/$10 for surviving spouses for the coming year. Accordingly, the Membership Renewal Campaign for 2020 is underway with the goal of achieving 100% retention.

We are asking our members to submit their renewals NLT 31 December 2019 if possible. Remit by USPS mail using renewal form at download below together with check payable to “CFC MOAA” and mail to “CFC MOAA, P.O. Box 53621, Fayetteville, NC 28305”; or, online using a charge card by going to https://chapterdues.moaa.org/Membership.aspx and following the prompts.

There are still several chapter members who have not renewed for 2019. If you fall in this category, please bring your account up to date by remitting for both 2019/2020; call Secretary Sara Ballard at (256) 426-7487 if not certain.

One of the criteria for earning a 5-Star Chapter award is to achieve 95% or better retention, you can contribute to clearing that hurdle by renewing your membership now.

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NOMINATIONS FOR THE ROBERT F. DEMETER CHAPTER SERVICE AWARD

NOMINATIONS FOR THE ROBERT F. DEMETER CHAPTER SERVICE AWARD

The Robert F. DeMeter Chapter Service Award was established in 1998 in memory of the late LTC (Ret) Robert F. DeMeter, USMC, a former Chapter President (1989), to annually recognize a chapter member for outstanding service to the chapter, either as an extraordinary single act or achievement, or sustained meritorious service to the chapter over a period of time. The award is the most prestigious award the Chapter can bestow upon one of its members.

The award consists of a rotating trophy, which the recipient retains for a period of one year. Nominations for the award are being solicited from the general membership. Please submit in hardcopy or Send e-mail to Secretary Sara Ballard NLT 28 February 2020. A selection committee will determine the winner, and the award will be presented during the March general membership meeting

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OPENING OF CFC MOAA ROTC SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION WINDOW by Marty Williams

OPENING OF CFC MOAA ROTC SCHOLARSHIP APPLICATION WINDOW

by Marty Williams

This is to serve notice that the Cape Fear Chapter, Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) is now accepting applications for ROTC scholarships effective immediately and through March 1, 2020.

Applicants must be in good academic standing. Applications need be submitted in accordance with CFC Policy Memorandum 15-1 using the application form prescribed therein. Application forms may be accessed by clicking on the “Documents” link on the left side panel.

It is preferred that all applications be submitted via email accompanied by all pertinent documentation (scanned) to 3vp@cfmoaa.org NLT March 1, 2020. Applications or documents received after the deadline will not be considered.

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2019 ROTC SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS PROGRAM FUND RAISING GOLF TOURNAMENT WRAP-UP by Tammy Beshlin

2019 ROTC SCHOLARSHIP AWARDS PROGRAM FUND RAISING GOLF TOURNAMENT WRAP-UP

by Tammy Beshlin

This year’s golf tournament played at Baywood Golf Club on 14 September was a big success. Our heartfelt thanks to all our commercial sponsors for their continued loyalty and support, to the players who made the day special, and to our chapter members for a commendable outpouring of support.

The following is a list of all sponsors and donors; those indicated by an asterisk (*) contributed in multiple ways.

Prime Sponsor

Mr. Steve LaHam, President & CEO*

Anfinsen Plastic Molding & Assembly

Major Material Sponsors

AAFMAA*

Healy Wholesale*

Rogers & Breece, Inc.

USAA*

Hole Sponsors

A+ Home Health Care Services*

Anstead’s Tobacco Company

CW2 (Ret) & Mrs. Fleming L. Asbury, Jr.

Chap (LTC)(Ret) & Mrs.Timothy Atkinson*

COL (Ret) & Mrs. David L. Baggett*

COL (Ret) & Mrs. Eli Ballard*

Baywood Golf & Community Association

LTC (Ret) & Mrs. David Beshlin*

COL (Ret) & Mrs. George Blanc*

Bob Maier’s Automotive Services*

MAJ (Ret) George Bond*

Brown & Associates Investment Services*

Bryant’s Restaurants, Inc./Wendy’s

Buie, Norman & Company, P.A.

Cape Fear Eye Associates, P.A.*

Cape Fear Cardiology*

Cape Fear HS Navy JROTC

Mrs. Zobeida Carrion

Caviness & Cates Building Development*

COL (Ret) & Mrs. Juan I. Chavez*

Mrs. Maria Corey

COL (Ret) & Mrs. Tad D. Davis*

LTC (Ret) & Mrs. Thomas Donnelly

COL & Mrs. John P. Dunigan*

Edward Jones Financial*

LTC (Ret) & Mrs. Clark Ecklund*

COL (Ret) & Mrs. Ronald Elrod

First Command Financial

Fort Bragg Federal Credit Union

COL (Ret) & Mrs. Ronnie Foxx

LTC (Ret) Dennis Franken*

LTC (Ret) & Mrs. Robert T. Garman*

LTC (Ret) & Mrs. George W. Glann*

Lisa Gushion, D.D.S.*

LTC (Ret) & Mrs. John W. Hazlett*

Hinkamp Jeweler’s*

LTC (Ret) & Mrs. Ralph Hinrichs*

Horne Brothers Construction, Inc.*

David & Sandi Hubbard

Hubbard Kitchen & Bath Showroom*

LTC (Ret) George Hutnan*

Mrs. Lois Ives

Jimmy John’s Sandwiches

Ladies of MOAA*

LaFayette Ford-Lincoln

COL (Ret) & Mrs. Hank Larsen*

Mash House Brew Company*

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur W. Maxwell, Jr.*

John & Mary Beth Parker/McDonald’s*

GEN (Ret) & Mrs. Dan K. McNeill*

Carl Meinhardt*

Erika Meinhardt*

LTC (Ret) & Mrs. Hans Meinhardt*

Lise Meinhardt*

Military Order of the Purple Heart

COL (Ret) & Mrs. David L. Miller

Morty Pride Meats

BG (Ret) Joseph L. Nagel*

MAJ (Ret) Warren R. O’Brien*

Col (Ret) & Mrs. Chester G. Oehme, Jr.*

Paper, Pens, Etc. Inc.

LTC (Ret) Charles Pimble*

Powers-Swain Chevrolet, Inc.

Public Storage of Fayetteville, Inc.

COL (Ret) & Mrs. Deogracia Quinones*

QwikMed Pharmacy & Clinic*

Mrs. Barbara Raizen

Rhudy’s, Inc.

COL (Ret) & Mrs. Arturo Rodriguez*

SANCO Construction Company, Inc.*

Sandhills Oral & Implant Surgery

Savvy Cleaning Company

Dr. & Mrs. Richard H. Shereff*

MAJ (Ret) Henry L. Simpson

Superior Bakery

Terry Sanford HS AFJROTC

LTC (Ret) & Mrs. Edward R. Thomas, II*

TLC Express Carwash*

COL (Ret) & Mrs. Richard A. Underwood*

COL (Ret) & Mrs. James A. Volkmann*

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph J. Vonnegut*

CPT (Ret) & Mrs. David S. Vroom*

Tom & Claudie Wallen*

Watson Family Dentistry

Mrs. Sara White*

LTC (Ret) & Mrs. Jim Wilde*

LTC (Ret) & Mrs. Martin C. Williams*

MAJ (Ret) & Mrs. Ira M. Watkins*

Soldier Sponsors

Mrs. Helen Beshlin

LTC (Ret) Kenneth W. Chelf

MAJ (Ret) Gerald Croll*

Mrs. Mary Eidman*

CW3 (Ret) & Mrs. James Fleming

Foust Heating and Air Conditioning

MAJ (Ret) & Mrs. Hubert L. Gibson

COL (Ret) & Mrs. John R. Hermann

Hutchen’s Law Firm

CW4 (Ret) & Mrs. Joseph A. Jasienowski

Lt Col (Ret) Geraldine B. McGowan

Erika Meinhardt & John Parks Families*

CW2 (Ret) & Mrs. Carl Mitchell

Evelyn & Steve Petker

Mr. Mark Rohrig*

Simon Funeral Home

Chris Spring

LTC (Ret) & Mrs. Walter M. Swing

MAJ (Ret) & Mrs. Robert Tiffany

Mr. Pete Tilton*

LTC (Ret) John R. (Bob) White

COL (Ret) & Mrs. Willie Wright

Cash Donors

Carolina Specialties International

COL (Ret) & Mrs. Stanley D. Dodson

LTC (Ret) & Mrs. Doneal Gersh

Prize & Giveaways Donors

Anderson Creek Golf & Country Club

ASOM Gift Shop

Baywood Golf Club

Bayonet Golf Club

Black’s Tire and Auto Service

Carolina Lakes Golf Club

Cypress Lakes Golf Club

Defy Fay & Bone Fish Grill Left

Edward Jones Investments

Firestone Fort Bragg

Fresh Market

Gates Four Golf & Country Club

Kings Grant Golf Course

Legacy Golf Links

Logan’s Roadhouse

Luigi’s Italian Restaurant

Mash House Brew Company*

Lise Meinhardt*

Ryder Golf Course

Stryker Golf Course

316 Oyster Bar

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CFC REPEATS AS A 5-STAR CHAPTER 2018 MOAA Levels of Excellence Awards

CFC REPEATS AS A 5-STAR CHAPTER

2018 MOAA Levels of Excellence Awards

For the fifth consecutive year, the Cape Fear Chapter was awarded a MOAA 5-Star Levels of Excellence Award. This is an extraordinary streak of achievement for the chapter.

Chapter President Ira Watkins will pin the 5-Star medallion on the Chapter colors awards streamer during the annual general membership meeting on 15 November 2019.

Congratulations to all!

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KOREA REVISIT TOURS

KOREA REVISIT TOURS

If you are a Korean War Veteran or ever served in Korea and would like to revisit Korea on a vacation compliments of the Korean Government you need to read this and take advantage of this amazing opportunity. Dependents of Korea vets are also eligible.

The Korea Veterans Association (Seoul), started the program in 1975 which is now hosted

by the Ministry of Patriots and Veterans Affairs, by providing Korean War Veterans and

their families free hotel accommodations, bus tours of Seoul, Inchon and the DMZ, and all

meals in Korea. The Land of Morning Calm remembers and sincerely appreciates all veterans

who fought, protected and sacrificed in securing freedom and democracy for the Republic of Korea.

The Korean government is continuing to subsidize the veterans & family members/companion airfare for the 65th Anniversaries, in addition to already paying for hotel, meals and touring in Korea and will end the program in 2020 so don’t delay.

Please download information brochure and application form below.

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CALL FOR USO VOLUNTEERS

CALL FOR USO VOLUNTEERS

We recently lost some of our long-serving USO volunteers due to age and/or medical limitations and we need young and enthusiastic folks to replace them. If you are tired of your sedentary life style, and wish to get out of the house and do something physical, worthwhile, self-fulfilling and fun please consider signing up as a USO volunteer – WE NEED YOU!

Getting more of our chapter members actively involved in service projects in support of our military and their families here at Fort Bragg helps promote chapter cohesion, esprit de corps, and a sense of purpose.

USO volunteerism is by no means new to our chapter, since the USO center at the Fayetteville Regional Airport opened in November 2011 a small number of our chapter members (11 to 14) have volunteered their services as USO stewards at the airport lounge. The number has remained relatively constant, with only 12 currently serving. Our goal is to get that number up to around 20 or 24 to embellish this chapter-sponsored endeavor.

The Fayetteville Airport USO Center is behind security on the second floor of the airport. The center is 100% operated by volunteers who have gone through the badging process and are dedicated to keeping the center open, available and a comfortable center for our traveling military and their families. At this time, the USO needs dependable volunteers who are willing to commit to at least two 4-hour periods per month serving in the center; you make your own schedule. There is also a dire need for volunteers to work at the Fort Bragg USO Center located in the Soldier Support Center at Fort Bragg.

If you are interested, please complete the initial steps at "http://www.volunteers.uso.org/ and then, email Brian Knight at Send e-mail to get your application process moving forward. Please let Brian know that you are a member of the Cape Fear Chapter, MOAA.

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