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Branch Visitation Schedule for RPNW Wynn

December 14-16 Harrington Clemmons Branch 342 in Anchorage, Alaska January 9 Jan: Seattle Br#018 11 Jan: Mt. Rainier Br#104, Puyallup 12 Jan: Bellingham B#r245 13 Jan: Everett Br#170 14 Jan: Bremerton Br#029 15 Jan: Whidbey Island Br#097

Photos from the 2015 NW Regional Convention

Here are photos from the 2015 Regional Convention held Sep 10-11 in Lynnwood, WA hosted by Seattle Branch and Unit #18. Photos courtesy of PRPNW Pete Lazzaretti [Show thumbnails]

2014 NW Regional Essay Contest Winners Announced

RVPNW JJ Wynn, NW Regional Americanism-Patriotism Essay Contest Chairman released the regional results of the 21014 essay contest. These contestants were the first place winners at the branch level throughout the region and the first place winners from the regional round have been forwarded to the National level round. National results will be announced in …

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Veterans Day Roundup from around the Region

Here is an overview of some of the Veterans day activities from around the region this year including, multiple Veterans Day Parades, many dedications and a lot of ceremonies. Mt Rainier Branch #104 participated in the annual Auburn Veterans Day Parade, and PRPNW Pete Lazzaretti (Seattle Branch #18) was there in the parade with the …

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PRPNW Benedict Robbins passes away

It has just came to our attention that Past Regional President Northwest Benedict Robbins of Seattle Branch #18 joined the staff of the Supreme Commander on August 13th at his residence in North Seattle. He was 87 and we are not aware of any kin. Shipmate Robbins was the NW Regional President in 1970-71 Association …

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NW Region Announces Regional Winners of Americanism/Patriotism Essay Contest

Shipmate JJ Wynn (Honolulu/Perl Harbor Branch #46), NW Regional Americanism/Patriotism Chair has released the Regional results of the 2013 FRA Americanism/Patriotism Essay contest. this years essay was 350 words on “What does the Bill of Rights means to me” Contestants were all of the first place winners from the local branch level from throughout the …

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