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 A small contingent from Lewis & Clark joined Seattle Young Marines today July 23 at Joint Base Lewis-McChord in support of 'Stand with Those Who Serve'. What is this you ask?

Stand With Those Who Serve is an annual event that began as an idea in 2010, following the loss of 6 officers in Washington State. It was clear after the tragedy that law enforcement personnel needed a chance to come together for a positive event along with their families to heal.

Our volunteer team came together from agencies across the state and included law enforcement agencies from the city, state, federal and military agencies. Our team has stayed together from the beginning and we have even added new members who are truly dedicated to making the event even better each year.
Our first event was held in the summer of 2011 and was held at the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission and we had more than 2500 participants and attendees. The concept was simple, to offer a safe and fun day for law enforcement professionals to feel appreciated, enjoy a hot dog and ice cream and share the positive aspect of their job with their families. During the event, we shared agency demos and displays and watched hundreds of officers reconnect with colleagues, gather more information about organizations and businesses who supported law enforcement families and uniformed and non-uniformed personnel sharing their job with their family. We knew after year one that this was a special event.

In 2016, we are proud to be holding our 6th annual Stand With Those Who Serve event on Joint Base Lewis McChord. We have shared the last five year with close to 10,000 participants and attendees of all ages. We have opened our event to all first responders and is inclusive all law enforcement, corrections, fire and military and all of their families. Our event is still simple in nature and we invite businesses, non-profit organizations, agency demos and displays, kids and family events, entertainment and food/refreshments. We have also added a special focus on recruiting and work closely with transitioning military personnel.
Each year we have also been proud to assist our communities and we have donated school supplies, blankets and have hosted bone marrow drives and we always share opportunities to donate or give back to the communities that we serve.

Our Mission:
Stand With Those Who Serve is dedicated to honoring law enforcement, fire and corrections personnel from city, state, federal and military organizations. We are inclusive of all sworn and non-sworn personnel who work in public safety and support organizations that work closely with agencies across Washington State.

Stand With Those Who Serve is a volunteer team of active and retired law enforcement, corrections, fire, military along with non-sworn personnel from family support organizations across Washington State. Our event is run under incident command systems and our Incident Commander is Detective Carrie McNally from the Seattle Police Departments.
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image Fred Meyer is also very supportive of our store front sales efforts and allows us to schedule multiple days, doors and stores! Please consider making this small effort to link your card and make a big impact for our local youth and extend the service they provide the community.

"The Kroger Family of Stores [Fred Meyers] is committed to bringing hope and help to local communities. We do this through a variety of activities, including charitable giving, sponsorships and the unique Community Rewards Program of Fred Meyer. We are also committed to carefully protecting our customers' personal information. In order to meet their expectation of privacy, we have adopted a simple policy to never share a customer's personal information. Our privacy policy applies to Community Rewards participation as well. As your neighborhood food retailer, we deeply value our ability to support local organizations like yours.

Your supporters (34 households) who shopped at Fred Meyer between 4-1-2016 and 6-30-2016 have contributed to your $92.07 total donation. Your organization will be receiving a Kroger check in this amount within 30 days. [To link your Rewards Card to Lewis and Clark] visit our website at www.fredmeyer.com/communityrewards. Thank you for your continued support of your local Fred Meyer store. The more your supporters shop with us, the more money your organization will earn!

Thank you,
Community Rewards Staff"
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image If it ain't rainin', we ain't trainin'!!
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image Lewis & Clark has two master gunnery sergeants. I'm pretty sure we've got the tallest master gunnery sergeant and the shortest master gunnery sergeant in the division. Pictured at the 2016 National Leadership Academy, Camp Rilea Oregon.
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image National Leadership Academy attendees for 2016 plus the National Leadership Academy sergeant major and the Division 6 Young Marine of the Year. Lewis & Clark had a strong showing this season at academy!
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image The annual Donald Hazelnut Festival will be Saturday on the streets of the small town in northwest Marion County.
The patriotic parade starts at 11 a.m. and will meander through Main, Crisell, Cone, Williams and Matthieu streets. It will feature the [Lewis and Clark] Young Marines Honor Guard, a convoy of restored military vehicles and Aurora Fire Chief Rod Yoder as its grand marshal.
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Lewis and Clark Facebook Image Another news article with Lewis & Clark and fireworks!! Come support our stand! We are located on Andresen & Fourth Plain in the Living Hope Parking lot. We are open July 3 and July 4 until 11 pm. We'll see you there!
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Lewis & Clark Young Marines
8100 E Mill Plain Blvd Vancouver, WA 98664
VOICE:(424)242-5296 - FAX: (801)760-0101
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