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Posted: 1/14/2008
Name: Joe Mattison
Message: Hey Mac, The RV thing is all about our wives. I still pack everything into a ruck sack, and I run behind the RV with the ruck on my back, each and every time we go out on a trip. Sorry that I won't make it again, because I work the weekend/night shift, but that doesn't mean I won't be thinking about all of you. Take care and have a good time. Joe

Posted: 1/14/2008
Name: Al Parten
Message: Doug Perry, Give me a call at home or come by NCSSU and get Susie to page me. This concerns the Critter Cookout. For some reason, I thought I was the CCO Commander, but my input means squat at the meetings. AP

Posted: 1/14/2008
Name: Earl Singletary
Message: Hey Mac, you don't have to encourage Folks to talk bad about me, they do that anyway. You know I'm still laughing about recruting you Rangers and puting a leg in charge and leaving...If you don't give me a call the next time you are down here I will have Doug scuff you up.

Posted: 1/14/2008
Name: McELLIOTT
Message: IT WAS MY UNDERSTANDING THAT THE CRITTER COOKOUT WAS FOR OLD AND NEW RANGERS FROM USMRC TO GET TO GATHER FOR ONE NIGHT AND HAVE A FEW DRINKS EAT A LITTLE CHOW AND TELL BIG LIE'S TO EACH OTHER. I HAD THE HONOR OF ATTENDING THE 2006 CCO AND HAD A GREAT TIME. I DID NOTICE A LOT OF POG'S EATING THE CHOW AND WONDERING AROUND AIMLESSLY LOST. IF WE WANT TO OPEN IT UP (NOT) TO EVERYONE JUST PUT A BOTH BY THE FIRESTATION OTHER WISE GET BACK TO BASIC RANGERS. THE END OF THE AIRFIELD WOULD BE GREAT. WHATS THIS TALK ABOUT RV'S AND EXCESS? IF IT DOESN'T FIT IN THE RUCK YOU DON'T NEED IT! THIS IS JUST MY 2CENTS HAVE A GREAT DAY AND GO TALK BAD ABOUT A LEG OR SINGLTARY AND I'LL SEE YOU AT THE 2008 CCO. RGR MAC

Posted: 1/14/2008
Name: Brian Cunningham
Message: U. S. Mountain Ranger Association Scholarship Program The USMRA will award two $500 scholarships each year. The winners will be announced at the 5th RTB Open House.
Prerequisites are:
· Be the son, daughter, grandson, or granddaughter of a USMRA member.
· Be a graduating senior of a recognized public or private school or a home schooled senior student preparing to enter an accredited college or other post secondary institution.
· Be nominated in writing by a USMRA member.
· Submit an application packet including all the following:
· Biographical summary or resume of any or all of the following: extra curricular activities, civic or community services activities, religious or secular humanitarian service work.
· Written verification of qualification for graduation (from school counselor or home school teacher).
· A statement from the nominating USMRA member denoting why the applicant should be considered.
· A 500 word essay, typed or neatly written. The subject for the essay is “What Can I Do to Be A Better Citizen?” The essay should be written in first person, singular. The intent of the essay is to convey the applicant’s beliefs and values.
· Include applicant name and applicant phone number on all submitted documents.
· Once submitted, packets become property of USMRA and will not be returned to the applicants. Incomplete packets will not be considered.
· The checks will be awarded to the selected individuals upon proof of acceptance to an accredited college or post secondary education institution. If this is available at the time of packet submission, it should also be included.
· Scholarship application deadline is the April meeting (3 April 2008).
***Do not send official transcripts or identity information of any kind (SSAN, for example). These are not needed.***
Packets can be mailed to:
Brian Cunningham P.O. Box 208, Gainesville, GA 30503
E-mail: ranger270@gmail.com

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