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The family of Petty Officer 1st Class Anacleto De La Garza and members of the Havelock Military Affairs committee pose for a photo during the Military Family of the Quarter ceremony in Havelock, Jan. 26. The Havelock Military Affairs Committee awarded Chief Petty Officer 1st Class Anacleto De La Garza and his family for volunteering more than 200 hours in the local community. The De La Garza family has volunteered and assisted with a variety of organizations and events to include: Cherry Point’s Breast Cancer 5K Color Run, the Veteran Services Association 2015 Veteran’s Day Parade, the Annunciation Catholic Church Daily Bread and the 25th Scroogefest Arts and Crafts Festival. De La Garza is a lab technician with Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point’s Naval Health Clinic. - The family of Petty Officer 1st Class Anacleto De La Garza and members of the Havelock Military Affairs committee pose for a photo during the Military Family of the Quarter ceremony in Havelock, Jan. 26. The Havelock Military Affairs Committee awarded Chief Petty Officer 1st Class Anacleto De La Garza and his family for volunteering more than 200 hours in the local community. The De La Garza family has volunteered and assisted with a variety of organizations and events to include: Cherry Point’s Breast Cancer 5K Color Run, the Veteran Services Association 2015 Veteran’s Day Parade, the Annunciation Catholic Church Daily Bread and the 25th Scroogefest Arts and Crafts Festival. De La Garza is a lab technician with Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point’s Naval Health Clinic.

Corporal Randy Bautista, left, Cpl. Luis E. Barbosa, center, and Cpl. Abram E. Brown return from raking underneath trees that were marked to indicate where endangered woodpeckers nest in the Croatan National Forest, New Bern, North Carolina, April 22, 2015. Hundreds of Marines and Sailors of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina, participated in celebrating the Single Marine Program’s 20th anniversary by volunteering at various locations around the community. Bautista, Barbosa and Brown are Marines with Headquarters and Service Company, Marine Wing Communications Squadron 28. - Corporal Randy Bautista, left, Cpl. Luis E. Barbosa, center, and Cpl. Abram E. Brown return from raking underneath trees that were marked to indicate where endangered woodpeckers nest in the Croatan National Forest, New Bern, North Carolina, April 22, 2015. Hundreds of Marines and Sailors of Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, North Carolina, participated in celebrating the Single Marine Program’s 20th anniversary by volunteering at various locations around the community. Bautista, Barbosa and Brown are Marines with Headquarters and Service Company, Marine Wing Communications Squadron 28.

Petty officer 3rd Class Joshua Myers watches students play a math game at Arthur W. Edwards Elementary School in Havelock, N.C., March 13, 2015. Myers accompanied Marines and Sailors with Marine Wing Support Squadron 274 at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., as they help the students learn to read, write and do math problems at the school. The service members visited the school to interact with the students on an academic level and show them a different side to the Marine Corps. Myers is a religious program specialist with MWSS-274. - Petty officer 3rd Class Joshua Myers watches students play a math game at Arthur W. Edwards Elementary School in Havelock, N.C., March 13, 2015. Myers accompanied Marines and Sailors with Marine Wing Support Squadron 274 at Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, N.C., as they help the students learn to read, write and do math problems at the school. The service members visited the school to interact with the students on an academic level and show them a different side to the Marine Corps. Myers is a religious program specialist with MWSS-274.

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