Tag: Br#063

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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2013-14 Membership and Retention Awards announced at National Convention

At the 87th FRA National Convention in Corpus Christi, RVPEC Penny Collins, National Director of Membership announced the following membership and retention awards that affect the NW Region: Congrats to all shipmates and Branches! 2013-14 Membership Drive prize drawing: 1st Place (5 year membership extension) Frank Duncan, Bremerton Branch #29 2nd Place ($85.50, cash) Dan …

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Lewis & Clark Valley Branch #63 Presented with Quilts of Valor

Sharon Ledbetter, a local quilter with the Lewiston Quilters club whose work of ‘Quilts of Valor’ will be shown at the National Quilting show in Portland , OR in October presented some of her work to the shipmates of Lewis and Clark Valley Branch #063, Lewiston, ID. The National Quilting Show will be on the …

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Regional Winners of the 2012 Americanism/Patriotism Contest Announced

PRPNW John Ippert (Br #046, Honolulu/Pearl Harbor), NW Regional Americanism/Patriotism essay contest chair has released the NW Regional winners of the 2012 FRA essay contest. The 2012 subject was “What my vote will mean to me?” The first place winners from all grade levels will have their essays forwarded to the National level to compete …

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Whatever Happened to the USS Idaho

http://www.cdapress.com/lifestyles/article_0b5a97b2-95a7-5d7b-9ea9-e0f27b6a04e1.html Note: FRA branch #133 that was in Pocatello, ID was named after the USS Idaho.

NW Region Announces 2011 Americanism/Patriotism Essay Winners

PRPNW John Ippert has announced the NW Regional Winners of the 2011 FRA Americanism/Patriotism Essay contest. This years subject was “What Freedom of Speech Means to Me”

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