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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

Pierce County Exec Visits Mt Rainier Branch #104

On February 9th, Pierce County Executive Pat McCarthy was invited to address Mt. Rainier Branch #104 of the Fleet Reserve Association before their stated meeting.  Executive McCarthy spoke about her recent trip to the Pentagon and the potential effects of any budget cuts to Joint Base Lewis McChord (JBLM) on our local economy.  Executive McCarthy was also spoke about how …

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Shipmate Foskett receives 50 year continuous membership certificate.

Shipmate Ed Foskett of Bremerton Branch #29 received his 50 year continuous membership certificate, signed by National President John Ippert, pin and platinum membership card for completing 50 years of continuous membership in the FRA at the January 2015 general membership meeting held at the branch home. .  

Bremerton Branch #29 participates in Wreaths across America

Bicol Region Branch #127 Celebrates 65 years of service

  Oct 18, 2014 – From Unit 127 Secretary Jane Barachina Branch 127 Bicol Region was chartered October 19, 1949 by 15 shipmates who were all survivors of World War II. We celebrated the 65th foundation anniversary together with the 224th Coast Guard Birthday and 239th Navy & Marines Birthday last October 18, 2014. This …

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Bremerton Branch #29 Participates in “Unforgotten Run to Tahoma 2014”

Branch 29 President Michelle Hodges (right) accepts a streamer presented by Kitsap County Commissioner Charlotte Garrido.  The streamer is recognition for Branch 29’s participation in the 2014 “The Unforgotten, Run to Tahoma” that took place on May 24, 2014.  The event remembers deceased Kitsap County veterans whose remains went unclaimed at the coroner’s office.  Following …

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