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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18 September 2016
Lewis and Clark Facebook Image Our annual Mother|Daughter Tea was held on September 17. We had a great time dressing up and taking tea. This is another fun activity hosted by our unit's Female Staff Advisor to build cohesion amongst our female Young Marines.
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Lewis & Clark Young Marines
10 September 2016
Lewis and Clark Facebook Image NW Regimental Field Meet - 9/10/2016. Participating units were Carbon Glacier, Oregon Cascade, Rogue Valley, Tualatin Valley, and Lewis & Clark.
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Lewis & Clark Young Marines
5 September 2016
Lewis and Clark Facebook Image Seattle Mariners color guard!
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Lewis & Clark Young Marines
5 September 2016
Lewis and Clark Facebook Image A great day for a color guard for Lewis & Clark Young Marines!
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Lewis & Clark Young Marines
2 September 2016
Lewis and Clark Facebook Image Please keep the San Antonio Young Marines, their staff and families in your thoughts and prayers. Fair winds and Following Seas YM/Cpl
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image More than 60 percent of teens in the United States have at least one social media account, according to the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. And while being online is a good way to keep in touch with friends, it's important for parents to be proactive about Internet safety.

Unfortunately, there are people who can use your child's personal information to steal identities, bully them or begin an inappropriate relationship. Helpprotect students from online dangers by following these safety tips:

1. Keep your child’s profile private so that only family and people you know see photos, important dates and other information.

2. Make sure they’re not posting personal details, including phone numbers, home address, and the name of their school or Social Security number.

3. Only allow them to publish photos and videos that don't jeopardize their safety or their integrity.

4. Make sure they choose a strong password that can't be guessed, and that it gets changed every three months.

5. Never allow them to accept friend requests from people they don't know.

6. Keep an open dialogue with your children. Ask them to let you know if they've received private messages from a stranger, or from someone at school who is teasing, harassing or threatening them. Those could be signs of cyber-bullying or even a sexual predator.
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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
THIS IS A NON-FEDERAL ENTITY.
IT IS NOT PART OF THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE
OR ANY PART OF ITS COMPONENTS AND
IT HAS NO GOVERNMENTAL STATUS.
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