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MARINE CORPS BASE HAWAII — The Kaneohe Bay branch of the Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society is extending this year’s fund drive deadline to April 30. Volunteers are encouraged to meet with other Marines and sailors to remind them about the low-cost services from the program, including quick assist loans and “Budget for Baby” classes. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Christine Cabalo)
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Col. Brian P. Annichiarico, commanding officer of Marine Corps Base Hawaii and Jon Shiota, manager of Semper Fit Center, ceremonially untie two maile lei during the reopening of Pop Warner Field, April 11. The space includes a calibrated rubber track and field turf with rubber infill to reduce injuries.
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Kahu Sherman Thompson (left) performs a Hawaiian blessing as Jason Pang (second from the left), the director of business development, Navy Lt. James Race (center), the officer in charge of Waterfront Operations, Col. Brian P. Annichiarico (second from the right), the commanding officer for Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Navy Lt. John Daly (right), resident officer in charge of construction, untie the maile lei during a ceremony, officially opening Waterfront Operations’ new $13 million facilities, April 11, 2014. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Cpl. Nathan Knapke)
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Percie Lyons, an 11th-grader, received first place in the Girls 800, 1,500 and 3,000-Meter Run Varsity events during the 2014 Oahu Interscholastic Association Varsity Eastern Division Track Championship at Kaiser High School in Honolulu, April 5. The 17-year-old athlete ran 2 minutes, 34.36 seconds in the 800-meter, 5 minutes, 13.59 seconds in the 1,500-meter and 11 minutes, 41.46 seconds in the 3,000-meter. Although she was happy with her scores, Lyons said she eventually hopes to bring her 1,500-meter time down to 5 minutes, 8 seconds. “The girls got second overall and the boys got first,” she said. “I was proud of our team for coming together and doing that (well).” Lyons competed in the April 17 Punahou Relays and will also compete in the OIA Varsity Championships May 1 and 3. She is already qualified to compete in the Hawaii High School Athletic Association Championship. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong)
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Corey Lyons, a 10th-grader, set a record and received first place in the Boys Pole-Vault Junior Varsity event with a score of 11 feet, 6 inches during the 2014 Oahu Interscholastic Association Junior Varsity Eastern Division Track Championship at Kaiser High School in Honolulu, April 4, 2014. During the April 12 competition, he also took first place in the Boys Pole-Vault Junior Varsity event. “I was really proud of (my performance at Eastern), because I won the meet and set the record for that meet, so I was really happy,” said the 16-year-old athlete. “I was really hyped about (the April 12 results) too. I was kind of upset that I didn’t make 12.1, but (there’s another chance) next week.” Lyons will compete in the April 19 OIA Punahou Relays and still needs to qualify to compete in the Hawaii High School Athletic Association Championship. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong)
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James Mocarski, a 12th-grader, received first place with a score of 11 feet in the Boys Pole-Vault Varsity event during the 2014 Oahu Interscholastic Association Varsity Eastern Division Track Championship at Kaiser High School in Honolulu, April 5, 2014. “The feeling after you know that your jump was spot on, (is) the feeling that I try to shoot for every single meet,” Mocarski said. “That’s the feeling that keeps me into the sport, when everything is perfect.” “I can already tell the difference between day one and where we’re at now,” said his coach 2nd Lt. Paul Neidhardt, an arms, ammunition and explosives officer and maintenance management officer with Marine Aircraft Group 24. “It’s just unfortunate that he’s not a freshman and I don’t have three or four more years to try to (perfect his technique).” Mocarski will compete in the April 19 OIA Punahou Relays and still needs to qualify to compete in the Hawaii High School Athletic Association Championship. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong)
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Pfc. Phillip Burford, a motor transport mechanic in the S-4 at 3rd Marine Regiment, carries multiple pinwheels during the Pinwheels for Prevention Walk down Lawrence Road, April 11, 2014. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong)
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Charity Roden (right), a Provost Marshal’s Office administrative clerk, helps Caeleb Espiritu mark his fingerprints on a special identification card during the Keiki Aloha Expo in the Fairways Ballroom at the Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course, April 11, 2014. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong)
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Allie Cloud visits the Keiki Aloha Expo with her 14-month-old daughter, Brena, in the Fairways Ballroom, April 11, 2014. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong)
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Participants, led by the U.S. Marine Corps Forces, Pacific Band’s party band, leave Kaneohe Klipper Golf Course and begin the Pinwheels for Prevention Walk, April 11, 2014. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong)
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Capt. Benjamin Held, commanding officer of Combat Assault Company, 3rd Marine Regiment, walks with family during the Pinwheels for Prevention Walk down Lawrence Road, April 11, 2014. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong)
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Makai Clemons, an 11th-grader, received first place in the Boys 1,500 and 3,000 Meter-Run Varsity events during the 2014 Oahu Interscholastic Association Varsity Eastern Division Track Championship at Kaiser High School in Honolulu, April 5, 2014. "He's very dedicated as far as his diet, his workout (and) his sleep," said Clemons' mother, Malia, the family readiness officer of Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 367. "He trains year-round." When Makai initially chose to participate in cross-country, he started running with his parents and was hooked, and joined track and field. "I'm proud of (my accomplishments)," Makai said. "Since last year especially, I've come a long way. I think the beginning of last year my (3,000-meter run) time was 10.15 and I brought it down to 9 minutes flat. But there's still work to be done, (more goals) I want to achieve." Makai is currently qualified to compete in the Hawaii High School Athletic Association Championship. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Kristen Wong)
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The nominees for 2014 volunteer of the year stand with Col. Brian P. Annichiarico, commanding officer of MCB Hawaii, during the 2014 Volunteer Recognition Ceremony at the Lanai Ballroom in the Officers’ Club, April 4, 2014. (U.S. Marine Corps photo by Lance Cpl. Suzanna Knotts)
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Dr. Ken Miller, senior pastor, Administering Grace Church and Spiritual Life Center, Albany, Ga., spoke at the Base Theater Tuesday during the Child Abuse Awareness Proclamation Ceremony.
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Replicas of pottery, projectile points and moccasins are on display at the Natural and Cultural Resources Center aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany. The center is scheduled to open Monday.
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Seaman Aundrea Maddox (left), dental assistant, assists Cmdr. Michael Tai, dentist, with a veteran at the Naval Branch Health Clinic, recently. NBHC Albany now offers dental services to TRICARE eligible retirees and their families on a space available basis at its clinic aboard Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany.
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