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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Golf Tournament Sign-Ups

SIGN-UP SHEET



For those Marines who are not golfing we have been given an opportunity to do OUR part in supporting the biggest Detachment fundraiser of the year –OUR annual golf tournament.

                       SATURDAY             16 MAY

                       SUNRIVER GOLF COURSE

Here is OUR chance to sign up for something that will greatly assist the success of the tournament.

Here is OUR chance to participate even if we don't golf.

Here is OUR chance to be the face for the Detachment (while the golfers golf).

In the link above is a form to review and sign OUR names for as many duties as WE can accomplish.  (Some tasks require less than 15 minutes to complete but must be done and done correctly.)  A quick review will show a requirement to set up chairs at 0630. That task, while important, won't take long, SO, we can be expected to accomplish that mission plus others.  For example:  Setting out raffle prizes and/or assisting the Explorer Post, as well as handing out prizes after the tournament.
You get the picture.

If you have any questions about the duties, you can contact any of the golf committee members who will be able to answer your questions. Uniform will be the red shirts and black trousers/shorts. Garrison cap or any USMC cap.

Let's all who can participate be there.  Volunteers are needed.  Remember:

Be Available.

    Be Prepared.

          Be Involved.

Be There.

D'Arcy E. Grisier
Utah Dixie Detachment #1270
Commandant
 

Monday, April 13, 2015

1 May 2015 - AFJROTC Awards Ceremony



Here is a portion of Col. Whicker's e-mail (Dixie High School's AFJROTC program) to Bill Toole.

"Colonel Toole:

First of all, let me thank you once again for your firm support of our program.  We honestly could not run this program without the many people like you who believe in these cadets as our future.

As you know, our annual National Awards Ceremony is scheduled at the Dixie High School Auditorium on Friday, 1 May 2015.  Social hour starts at 1730 in the Dixie High Commons, with the Awards Ceremony starting promptly at 1900 hours in the adjacent auditorium.  We would like to ask you to ensure all of your organization’s members are aware so they can plan to show support to this great bunch of youth.  There will be food available during the social hour, so you won’t need to eat dinner before you come!  The Booster Club is also organizing a Silent Auction, which we invite you to participate in.

GLENN R. WHICKER, Colonel, USAF (Ret.)
Senior Aerospace Science Instructor"



Three 2014 Pups and one 2015 Candidate are shown in this photo of an exhibit drill at Dixie High School.  They placed first in state.  The Marine Corps League Detachment has presented certificates to two worthy cadets each year and this year will be no exception.  Please join us to honor these cadets and this program which has been extremely supportive of our Devil Pup program.

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

Marine Audre Wells' Surprise

Check out this story on one of our members, AUDRE WELLS.

Saturday, April 4, 2015

11 Apr 2015 - Monthly Breakfast Meeting

0700 Devil Pup First Training Session at Dixie State University
0830 Buffet Breakfast at Elks Lodge
0900 Meeting, Elks Lodge


The uniform will be red shirt and black trousers.  If anyone does not have this uniform they may wear anything indicating the USMC.
 

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

2015 Apr Commandant's Corner

The month of April will be a busy, busy month for the Detachment.  We will start off with an Eagle Scout award for Jaden Robinson.  Presenting a Good Citizenship Award on behalf of the Marine Corps League is a great honor and I look forward to this opportunity. Normally, the Detachment is represented by the Commandant and one or two other Marines.  I will always remember when the Detachment had the honor to present six awards at the same time.  I believe we had ten Marines attend that ceremony.  Being busy and helpful to the community has been a hallmark of the Detachment since it was formed in February 2007.  We are fortunate to have a few “plank owners” with us today.

There will be articles, in this Newsletter, I am certain, informing you of the forthcoming Golf Tournament on 11 May.  Now, there may be members who do not golf (I know it is hard for some to believe, nevertheless it is true) and that is good since we have many administrative duties that need to be accomplished to ensure we have another successful Golf Tournament.  Volunteers are always needed.  I know you will be contacted so, Be Prepared, Be Available and Be Involved.
 
Another matter that we need to accomplish during the Month of April is nominating members for elected positions within the Detachment.  You will be provided a ballot as you walk into the Elks.  Please fill the ballot out with names of individuals you would like to see fulfilling that position:  Billets that need to be voted in are: Commandant; Senior Vice Commandant; Junior Vice Commandant; Judge Advocate; Adjutant; and Paymaster.  The Staff will prepare a final ballot for your sustaining vote at the May meeting.

Continue to March!
Semper Fi
D’Arcy Grisier, Commandant

Monday, March 16, 2015

Golf Tournament Workers Needed



The annual Utah Dixie Detachment #1270 golf tournament is our main fund raiser for the entire year and we’ve only got about 10 weeks before it happens.  If you can make the first planning meeting  on 19 March, please let Pat Lisi know so we get an idea on how many to expect.  Last year we had a good committee with roughly a dozen Detachment members.  We need at least that many again this year to make this a successful golf outing.  Thank you.

The meeting will convene at 1500, Thursday, March 19 at the Vet Center, 1664 S. Dixie Drive, Suite C-102, St. George, UT.

What we are going to need more than anything else to make this a fantastic fund raiser is GOLFERS!  Sign up, bring a team, or at least get word out to all your friends or anyone you know, about this golf tournament. Make some copies of the flyer below and spread them around.  May is a great time to golf in St. George because it isn’t too hot.
Contact Pat Lisi: patlisigmac (at) gmail (dot) com

As you collect checks from player participants in the tournament, have the check(s) made out to MCL #1270.  Participants can pay the morning of the event by check, cash or credit card, but securing their checks ahead of the event is best for the Detachment.

Check out the GOLF TOURNAMENT FLYER