Lewis & Clark Young Marines - Vancouver, WA

The Young Marines is a national youth organization developing teamwork, leadership and discipline through education and service opportunities to boys and girls, ages 8 through completion of high school.

The objectives of the Young Marines program: 

- Promote the physical, moral, and mental development of its members.

- Advocate a healthy, drug-free lifestyle through continual drug prevention education.

- Instill in its members the ideals of honesty, fairness, courage, respect, loyalty, dependability, attention to duty, love of God, and fidelity to our country and its institutions.

- Stimulate an interest in and respect for academic achievement and the history and traditions of the United States of America.

- Promote physical fitness through the conduct of physical activities, including participation in athletic events and close order drill.

Ready to earn the title Young Marine?

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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image From Mr. Stanley, "You know what makes it fun to be a staff for Lewis and Clark Young Marines? When you get the opportunity to work with such a great group of Young Marines. Tonight I had the privilege and honor to work with such a group. And plus I had 2 great adult volunteers. The Sons of Italy dinner was a complete success. They were so impressed with all the hard work and politeness. A big and I mean a gigantic big THANK YOU TO [these] YOUNG MARINES"... "Also a Big THANK YOU to Mr. Finn and Mr. Taylor. They can't wait for us to be there next year. WELL DONE LEWIS AND CLARK YOUNG MARINES. PROUD OF ALL OF YOU."
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image Marijuana clouds your judgement...and effects your reaction time!

"45-year-old Michael Joseph McBurney [is] suffering from injuries described as traumatic and life-threatening. He was taken to the hospital for treatment. [...]

Lopez-Aguilar was arrested for impaired driving as officers believe he was under the influence of marijuana.

Lopez-Aguilar was booked into the Multnomah County Jail on charges of DUII. Police said additional charges may apply after the investigation is complete"

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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image A reminder to our Young Marines from our training during drill. You are all strong, confident and determined leaders for your peers..."Remember having self discipline in an emergency will enable me to control my body and mind in case of an emergency".
Semper Fi
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-credit to Oregon Cascade Young Marines
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image Make your plans to join us THIS SATURDAY! We have more than 2000 eggs, dozens of prizes and we will have snacks and drinks for .50. Hunt begins promptly at noon!
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Lewis & Clark Young Marines
8100 E Mill Plain Blvd Vancouver, WA 98664
VOICE:(424)242-5296 - FAX: (801)760-0101
501(c)3 Tax ID #38-2346425
MCO 5760.4C