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  • 2008 Birthday Luncheon Program

    1. 1. Welcome United States Marine Corps 233rd Birthday Luncheon Guest of Honor SgtMaj Carlton W. Kent Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps
    2. 2. The Mission WHEREAS , the Council was formed as a nonprofit charitable and educational organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support to the activities of the United States Marine Corps. The Council’s purpose includes the following:   (i)                 the provision of assistance and support to the activities of the United States Marine Corps (the “Marine Corps”);   (ii)               the provision of assistance and support to, as well as the coordination of, the activities of individuals or entities providing assistance and support to the activities of the Marine Corps and to Marine Corps related activities;   (iii)             to improvement of the quality of life of individual Marines and their families, whether through the provision of humanitarian aid and the like, or otherwise; (iv)             the provision of direct assistance to the Marine Corps recruiting, reserve and unit detachment activities, whether through incentive and award programs, publicity, visible community leadership and the like, or otherwise; (v)               the support of educational programs, projects, activities and endeavors focused on the dissemination of the Marine Corps core values of honor, courage and commitment, as evidenced and embodied within the traditions and lore of the Marine Corps; and, (vi)             support of the Marine Corps “Marine for Life” concept, whether through the provision of assistance to individual Marines transitioning from active duty in the Marine Corps to civilian life, or otherwise. The US Marine Corps Coordinating Council of Oklahoma, Inc. has been approved by the IRS as a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
    3. 3. Supported Units USMC Artillery Detachment, Fort Sill, Lawton Marine Detachment, Vance AFB, Enid  Marine Recruiting, Oklahoma City   NROTC, University of Oklahoma, Norman   Fox Battery, 2nd Battalion, 14th Marines, Oklahoma City   Anti Tank Co., Broken Arrow   MCJROTC, Bixby High School, Bixby   MCJROTC, Sapulpa High School, Sapulpa   MCJROTC, US Grant High School, Oklahoma City Marine For Life, Oklahoma   Young Marines, Oklahoma City   Young Marines, Tulsa
    4. 4. Supporting Organizations Wake Island Defenders Chosin Few   Native American Marine Corps Association China Marine Association Semper Fidelis Society, University of Oklahoma First Marine Division Association Second Marine Division Association Third Marine Division Association Leatherneck MC (Oklahoma Devil Dogs) Albert E. Schwab Detachment, Broken Arrow Red Carpet Detachment, Enid Osage Detachment, Fairfax Sooner Detachment, Oklahoma City Boomer Detachment, Lawton Indian Nation Detachment, McAlester Marine Corps League, Department of Oklahoma Women Marines Association, Area 6 OK-1, Tulsa OK-2, Oklahoma City Sgt Justin L. Noyes Detachment, Claremore
    5. 5. <ul><li>Reception </li></ul><ul><li>Cake Cutting </li></ul><ul><li>Luncheon </li></ul><ul><li>Introductions </li></ul><ul><li>SgtMaj Carlton W. Kent USMC </li></ul><ul><li>Closing Remarks </li></ul><ul><li>Marines Hymn </li></ul>Sequence of Events
    6. 6. Luncheon Sponsors We would like to thank our
    7. 7. Luncheon Donors We would like to thank our Mark Elgin Post Luncheon Reception Don Whitton, Sgt Grit Assorted Stuff Keith Meyers USMC Display Larry Smith Photographer Connie Beesley USMC Blanket Ed Beesley “Lucky Enough” Book Larry Lane Coasters, Knife, Buckle
    8. 8. Coin Sponsors We would like to thank our Jack Skaggs Floyd Gilreath Rusty Johnson Mike McIntosh Bob O’Bannon William G. Paul Leigh Ann Hardin Gary Lumpkin Phil Norton Homer Paul Glenn T. Reagan
    9. 9. 2008 Council Coin
    10. 11. Welcome United States Marine Corps 233rd Birthday Luncheon Guest of Honor SgtMaj Carlton W. Kent Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps
    11. 12. The Mission WHEREAS , the Council was formed as a nonprofit charitable and educational organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support to the activities of the United States Marine Corps. The Council’s purpose includes the following:   (i)                 the provision of assistance and support to the activities of the United States Marine Corps (the “Marine Corps”);   (ii)               the provision of assistance and support to, as well as the coordination of, the activities of individuals or entities providing assistance and support to the activities of the Marine Corps and to Marine Corps related activities;   (iii)             to improvement of the quality of life of individual Marines and their families, whether through the provision of humanitarian aid and the like, or otherwise; (iv)             the provision of direct assistance to the Marine Corps recruiting, reserve and unit detachment activities, whether through incentive and award programs, publicity, visible community leadership and the like, or otherwise; (v)               the support of educational programs, projects, activities and endeavors focused on the dissemination of the Marine Corps core values of honor, courage and commitment, as evidenced and embodied within the traditions and lore of the Marine Corps; and, (vi)             support of the Marine Corps “Marine for Life” concept, whether through the provision of assistance to individual Marines transitioning from active duty in the Marine Corps to civilian life, or otherwise. The US Marine Corps Coordinating Council of Oklahoma, Inc. has been approved by the IRS as a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
    12. 13. Supported Units USMC Artillery Detachment, Fort Sill, Lawton Marine Detachment, Vance AFB, Enid  Marine Recruiting, Oklahoma City   NROTC, University of Oklahoma, Norman   Fox Battery, 2nd Battalion, 14th Marines, Oklahoma City   Anti Tank Co., Broken Arrow   MCJROTC, Bixby High School, Bixby   MCJROTC, Sapulpa High School, Sapulpa   MCJROTC, US Grant High School, Oklahoma City Marine For Life, Oklahoma   Young Marines, Oklahoma City   Young Marines, Tulsa
    13. 14. Supporting Organizations Wake Island Defenders Chosin Few   Native American Marine Corps Association China Marine Association Semper Fidelis Society, University of Oklahoma First Marine Division Association Second Marine Division Association Third Marine Division Association Leatherneck MC (Oklahoma Devil Dogs) Albert E. Schwab Detachment, Broken Arrow Red Carpet Detachment, Enid Osage Detachment, Fairfax Sooner Detachment, Oklahoma City Boomer Detachment, Lawton Indian Nation Detachment, McAlester Marine Corps League, Department of Oklahoma Women Marines Association, Area 6 OK-1, Tulsa OK-2, Oklahoma City Sgt Justin L. Noyes Detachment, Claremore
    14. 15. <ul><li>Reception </li></ul><ul><li>Cake Cutting </li></ul><ul><li>Luncheon </li></ul><ul><li>Introductions </li></ul><ul><li>SgtMaj Carlton W. Kent USMC </li></ul><ul><li>Closing Remarks </li></ul><ul><li>Marines Hymn </li></ul>Sequence of Events
    15. 16. Luncheon Sponsors We would like to thank our
    16. 17. Luncheon Donors We would like to thank our Mark Elgin Post Luncheon Reception Don Whitton, Sgt Grit Assorted Stuff Keith Meyers USMC Display Larry Smith Photographer Connie Beesley USMC Blanket Ed Beesley “Lucky Enough” Book Larry Lane Coasters, Knife, Buckle
    17. 18. Coin Sponsors We would like to thank our Jack Skaggs Floyd Gilreath Rusty Johnson Mike McIntosh Bob O’Bannon William G. Paul Leigh Ann Hardin Gary Lumpkin Phil Norton Homer Paul Glenn T. Reagan
    18. 19. 2008 Council Coin
    19. 21. Welcome United States Marine Corps 233rd Birthday Luncheon Guest of Honor SgtMaj Carlton W. Kent Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps
    20. 22. The Mission WHEREAS , the Council was formed as a nonprofit charitable and educational organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support to the activities of the United States Marine Corps. The Council’s purpose includes the following:   (i)                 the provision of assistance and support to the activities of the United States Marine Corps (the “Marine Corps”);   (ii)               the provision of assistance and support to, as well as the coordination of, the activities of individuals or entities providing assistance and support to the activities of the Marine Corps and to Marine Corps related activities;   (iii)             to improvement of the quality of life of individual Marines and their families, whether through the provision of humanitarian aid and the like, or otherwise; (iv)             the provision of direct assistance to the Marine Corps recruiting, reserve and unit detachment activities, whether through incentive and award programs, publicity, visible community leadership and the like, or otherwise; (v)               the support of educational programs, projects, activities and endeavors focused on the dissemination of the Marine Corps core values of honor, courage and commitment, as evidenced and embodied within the traditions and lore of the Marine Corps; and, (vi)             support of the Marine Corps “Marine for Life” concept, whether through the provision of assistance to individual Marines transitioning from active duty in the Marine Corps to civilian life, or otherwise. The US Marine Corps Coordinating Council of Oklahoma, Inc. has been approved by the IRS as a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
    21. 23. Supported Units USMC Artillery Detachment, Fort Sill, Lawton Marine Detachment, Vance AFB, Enid  Marine Recruiting, Oklahoma City   NROTC, University of Oklahoma, Norman   Fox Battery, 2nd Battalion, 14th Marines, Oklahoma City   Anti Tank Co., Broken Arrow   MCJROTC, Bixby High School, Bixby   MCJROTC, Sapulpa High School, Sapulpa   MCJROTC, US Grant High School, Oklahoma City Marine For Life, Oklahoma   Young Marines, Oklahoma City   Young Marines, Tulsa
    22. 24. Supporting Organizations Wake Island Defenders Chosin Few   Native American Marine Corps Association China Marine Association Semper Fidelis Society, University of Oklahoma First Marine Division Association Second Marine Division Association Third Marine Division Association Leatherneck MC (Oklahoma Devil Dogs) Albert E. Schwab Detachment, Broken Arrow Red Carpet Detachment, Enid Osage Detachment, Fairfax Sooner Detachment, Oklahoma City Boomer Detachment, Lawton Indian Nation Detachment, McAlester Marine Corps League, Department of Oklahoma Women Marines Association, Area 6 OK-1, Tulsa OK-2, Oklahoma City Sgt Justin L. Noyes Detachment, Claremore
    23. 25. <ul><li>Reception </li></ul><ul><li>Cake Cutting </li></ul><ul><li>Luncheon </li></ul><ul><li>Introductions </li></ul><ul><li>SgtMaj Carlton W. Kent USMC </li></ul><ul><li>Closing Remarks </li></ul><ul><li>Marines Hymn </li></ul>Sequence of Events
    24. 26. Luncheon Sponsors We would like to thank our
    25. 27. Luncheon Donors We would like to thank our Mark Elgin Post Luncheon Reception Don Whitton, Sgt Grit Assorted Stuff Keith Meyers USMC Display Larry Smith Photographer Connie Beesley USMC Blanket Ed Beesley “Lucky Enough” Book Larry Lane Coasters, Knife, Buckle
    26. 28. Coin Sponsors We would like to thank our Jack Skaggs Floyd Gilreath Rusty Johnson Mike McIntosh Bob O’Bannon William G. Paul Leigh Ann Hardin Gary Lumpkin Phil Norton Homer Paul Glenn T. Reagan
    27. 29. 2008 Council Coin
    28. 31. Welcome United States Marine Corps 233rd Birthday Luncheon Guest of Honor SgtMaj Carlton W. Kent Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps
    29. 32. The Mission WHEREAS , the Council was formed as a nonprofit charitable and educational organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support to the activities of the United States Marine Corps. The Council’s purpose includes the following:   (i)                 the provision of assistance and support to the activities of the United States Marine Corps (the “Marine Corps”);   (ii)               the provision of assistance and support to, as well as the coordination of, the activities of individuals or entities providing assistance and support to the activities of the Marine Corps and to Marine Corps related activities;   (iii)             to improvement of the quality of life of individual Marines and their families, whether through the provision of humanitarian aid and the like, or otherwise; (iv)             the provision of direct assistance to the Marine Corps recruiting, reserve and unit detachment activities, whether through incentive and award programs, publicity, visible community leadership and the like, or otherwise; (v)               the support of educational programs, projects, activities and endeavors focused on the dissemination of the Marine Corps core values of honor, courage and commitment, as evidenced and embodied within the traditions and lore of the Marine Corps; and, (vi)             support of the Marine Corps “Marine for Life” concept, whether through the provision of assistance to individual Marines transitioning from active duty in the Marine Corps to civilian life, or otherwise. The US Marine Corps Coordinating Council of Oklahoma, Inc. has been approved by the IRS as a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
    30. 33. Supported Units USMC Artillery Detachment, Fort Sill, Lawton Marine Detachment, Vance AFB, Enid  Marine Recruiting, Oklahoma City   NROTC, University of Oklahoma, Norman   Fox Battery, 2nd Battalion, 14th Marines, Oklahoma City   Anti Tank Co., Broken Arrow   MCJROTC, Bixby High School, Bixby   MCJROTC, Sapulpa High School, Sapulpa   MCJROTC, US Grant High School, Oklahoma City Marine For Life, Oklahoma   Young Marines, Oklahoma City   Young Marines, Tulsa
    31. 34. Supporting Organizations Wake Island Defenders Chosin Few   Native American Marine Corps Association China Marine Association Semper Fidelis Society, University of Oklahoma First Marine Division Association Second Marine Division Association Third Marine Division Association Leatherneck MC (Oklahoma Devil Dogs) Albert E. Schwab Detachment, Broken Arrow Red Carpet Detachment, Enid Osage Detachment, Fairfax Sooner Detachment, Oklahoma City Boomer Detachment, Lawton Indian Nation Detachment, McAlester Marine Corps League, Department of Oklahoma Women Marines Association, Area 6 OK-1, Tulsa OK-2, Oklahoma City Sgt Justin L. Noyes Detachment, Claremore
    32. 35. <ul><li>Reception </li></ul><ul><li>Cake Cutting </li></ul><ul><li>Luncheon </li></ul><ul><li>Introductions </li></ul><ul><li>SgtMaj Carlton W. Kent USMC </li></ul><ul><li>Closing Remarks </li></ul><ul><li>Marines Hymn </li></ul>Sequence of Events
    33. 36. Luncheon Sponsors We would like to thank our
    34. 37. Luncheon Donors We would like to thank our Mark Elgin Post Luncheon Reception Don Whitton, Sgt Grit Assorted Stuff Keith Meyers USMC Display Larry Smith Photographer Connie Beesley USMC Blanket Ed Beesley “Lucky Enough” Book Larry Lane Coasters, Knife, Buckle
    35. 38. Coin Sponsors We would like to thank our Jack Skaggs Floyd Gilreath Rusty Johnson Mike McIntosh Bob O’Bannon William G. Paul Leigh Ann Hardin Gary Lumpkin Phil Norton Homer Paul Glenn T. Reagan
    36. 39. 2008 Council Coin
    37. 41. Welcome United States Marine Corps 233rd Birthday Luncheon Guest of Honor SgtMaj Carlton W. Kent Sergeant Major of the Marine Corps
    38. 42. The Mission WHEREAS , the Council was formed as a nonprofit charitable and educational organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support to the activities of the United States Marine Corps. The Council’s purpose includes the following:   (i)                 the provision of assistance and support to the activities of the United States Marine Corps (the “Marine Corps”);   (ii)               the provision of assistance and support to, as well as the coordination of, the activities of individuals or entities providing assistance and support to the activities of the Marine Corps and to Marine Corps related activities;   (iii)             to improvement of the quality of life of individual Marines and their families, whether through the provision of humanitarian aid and the like, or otherwise; (iv)             the provision of direct assistance to the Marine Corps recruiting, reserve and unit detachment activities, whether through incentive and award programs, publicity, visible community leadership and the like, or otherwise; (v)               the support of educational programs, projects, activities and endeavors focused on the dissemination of the Marine Corps core values of honor, courage and commitment, as evidenced and embodied within the traditions and lore of the Marine Corps; and, (vi)             support of the Marine Corps “Marine for Life” concept, whether through the provision of assistance to individual Marines transitioning from active duty in the Marine Corps to civilian life, or otherwise. The US Marine Corps Coordinating Council of Oklahoma, Inc. has been approved by the IRS as a 501(c)3 charitable organization.
    39. 43. Supported Units USMC Artillery Detachment, Fort Sill, Lawton Marine Detachment, Vance AFB, Enid  Marine Recruiting, Oklahoma City   NROTC, University of Oklahoma, Norman   Fox Battery, 2nd Battalion, 14th Marines, Oklahoma City   Anti Tank Co., Broken Arrow   MCJROTC, Bixby High School, Bixby   MCJROTC, Sapulpa High School, Sapulpa   MCJROTC, US Grant High School, Oklahoma City Marine For Life, Oklahoma   Young Marines, Oklahoma City   Young Marines, Tulsa
    40. 44. Supporting Organizations Wake Island Defenders Chosin Few   Native American Marine Corps Association China Marine Association Semper Fidelis Society, University of Oklahoma First Marine Division Association Second Marine Division Association Third Marine Division Association Leatherneck MC (Oklahoma Devil Dogs) Albert E. Schwab Detachment, Broken Arrow Red Carpet Detachment, Enid Osage Detachment, Fairfax Sooner Detachment, Oklahoma City Boomer Detachment, Lawton Indian Nation Detachment, McAlester Marine Corps League, Department of Oklahoma Women Marines Association, Area 6 OK-1, Tulsa OK-2, Oklahoma City Sgt Justin L. Noyes Detachment, Claremore
    41. 45. <ul><li>Reception </li></ul><ul><li>Cake Cutting </li></ul><ul><li>Luncheon </li></ul><ul><li>Introductions </li></ul><ul><li>SgtMaj Carlton W. Kent USMC </li></ul><ul><li>Closing Remarks </li></ul><ul><li>Marines Hymn </li></ul>Sequence of Events
    42. 46. Luncheon Sponsors We would like to thank our
    43. 47. Luncheon Donors We would like to thank our Mark Elgin Post Luncheon Reception Don Whitton, Sgt Grit Assorted Stuff Keith Meyers USMC Display Larry Smith Photographer Connie Beesley USMC Blanket Ed Beesley “Lucky Enough” Book Larry Lane Coasters, Knife, Buckle
    44. 48. Coin Sponsors We would like to thank our Jack Skaggs Floyd Gilreath Rusty Johnson Mike McIntosh Bob O’Bannon William G. Paul Leigh Ann Hardin Gary Lumpkin Phil Norton Homer Paul Glenn T. Reagan
    45. 49. 2008 Council Coin
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