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The Young Marines is a national youth organization providing education and service opportunities to boys and girls, ages 8 through completion of high school. The Young Marines promotes the mental, moral, and physical development of its members. The program focuses on character building, leadership, and promotes a healthy, drug-free lifestyle.  The Young Marines strengthens the lives of America's youth by teaching the importance of self-confidence, academic achievement, honoring our veterans, good citizenship, community service, and a healthy, drug-free lifestyle. Young Marines learn new skills, earn responsibility and participate in unit leadership. They earn ribbons in areas such as CPR, swimming, map reading, drug prevention, conservation, first aid, academic achievement, community service and physical fitness.

Young Marines make a pledge to be drug-free and work hard to encourage family, friends, and schoolmates to share in this commitment.
 

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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image November 8th
"You are cordially invited to attend the 13th annual Veterans Convoy honoring the service and sacrifice of ALL
veterans. Any and all vehicles and organizations are invited to attend and participate. The Convoy travels the
full length of the highway named in their honor—Veteran’s Memorial Highway (I-205) in Oregon and Washing-
ton. The Convoy starts at Clark County Fairgrounds in Vancouver and ends in Oregon where I-205 rejoins I-5
South. Gates open at 7am at the Fairgrounds where vehicles are placed in line in the order they arrive. The
ceremony at Clark County begins at 11am, the Convoy departs at Noon and ends with an Honorable Service
Medal Ceremony at the Rest Area at Oregon mile post 282 .
All veterans who served honorably are eligible and do not have to be from Oregon; however, the medals must
be presented in Oregon. Requests for medals MUST be submitted at least 24 hours prior to the Convoy so we
may properly honor you by having your medal ready for presentation. Call John Neuman at 503-936-4480 or
email jneuman68@gmail.com. Please bring proof of honorable service with you. You may also contact Randy
Pierson, Committee Chairman at 503-928-0134 or email at randypierson@comcast.net."
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Thank you Carbon Glacier Young Marines for inviting LCYM to this memorial to our fallen Marines. We look forward to working with you and our other 1stWA Battalion Unit Tri-City Young Marines to make this a memorable event for all our Young Marines and the community.
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image We'd love to have you in our next recruit class. Sign up for our waiting list and get updates on the next boot camp Http://LCYM.org/info
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image Fatal crashes involving marijuana double in Washington

The number of drivers involved in fatal crashes who tested positive for active THC, the main psychoactive compound in marijuana, had held fairly steady from 2010 to 2013 - between 32 and 38 per year. That number jumped to 75 in 2014, and about half were above the state's legal limit for marijuana-impaired driving.
The commission says many of those drivers also tested positive for alcohol or other drugs.
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image Family Day Platoon Competition - Alpha vs Bravo vs Charlie!
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image ONE DAY ONLY, Saturday, August 22nd, LCYM will be holding a MEGA Garage sale fundraiser. From 8am-4pm at: 8100 E Mill Plain, Vancouver, WA 98682 (Items are priced to sell!)
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