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The Young Marines is a youth education and service program for 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 rank and participate in unit leadership. They earn ribbons in areas such as CPR, swimming, map reading, drug prevention training, 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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Hey All former Lewis and Clark Young Marines! Charlie Platoon is trying to get a list of all past Charlie Platoon Members. If you have ever been in Charlie Platoon comment on this post please. :)
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image Lewis and Clark Young Marines color guard at the Moda Center for the Portland Thunder vs LA Kiss Arena Football League home game season opener!!
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image Good evening, The following list consists of our Division 6 Command Team. Please take a moment to congratulate them as we begin to embark on our journey to bring Division 6 to the front of the pack! The team also includes all our Regimental, Battalion and Unit Commanders so as we move this large ship forward we will need assistance, input and ideas from everyone to help us succeed.

Over the next few weeks I will be working with the team on job specific focus areas, committees and projects. One is a new FB page that has been pushed out and work is in place for a simple Division 6 web presence. Young Marines 6th Division


Div. 6 Commander Wilson Lee
Div. 6 XO Brian Hildebrant
Adjutant Celeste Guillory
Training Officer Jeremy Jones
Asst. Training Officer Michael Hoff
DDR and Veteran Affairs John Minton
[Health and Welfare Officers Skip & Lynn Barnes]

Respectfully,


Wilson Lee
Commander, Division 6
Young Marines
www.youngmarines.com
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image Calls to poison centers related to e-cigarettes have skyrocketed. More than half involved kids under the age of six. The reason is that the market for e-cigarettes has exploded but there are no federal rules governing them.
Did you know that e-cigarettes and nicotine liquids are sold in kid-friendly flavors and colors, and nicotine can be deadly when ingested? Here are a few things that need to be done:

*Stop sales to minors across the country.
*Require childproof caps for e-liquid.
*Ban kid-friendly flavors such as “gummy bear” and “cotton candy.”
*Stop companies from marketing to kids.

http://tinyurl.com/o57oz26
FDA...protect our kids
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An NCAA basketball tournament color guard, a Portland Trail Blazers color guard, and a Portland Thunder color guard -- all within a week of each other. We're busy!
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image "Division 6 is building a new Facebook image. Stay tuned in for more information and please like the page. Semper Fi, Your Division 6 Command Team!"
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image Tobacco kills 1,300 Americans every single day. So how do tobacco companies stay in business if all their customers are dying? According to tobacco industry documents, they aggressively market their products and seek “replacement smokers," specifically teens.

Each day, more than 2,800 kids under the age of 18 try smoking for the first time and another 700 kids become regular smokers.

It is time to use the tobacco industry’s own words to empower youth and community members to stand up to Big Tobacco and declare that you are #NotAReplacement. Are you with us? Here's how you can participate in our selfie statement campaign.

http://tinyurl.com/msv353q

I am not a replacement!
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