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The Chapter Welcomes its Newest Corporate Members
We extend heartiest welcome to the chapter's two newest corporate
members: The Quality Care Pharmacy of Carlisle and the Big Spring
Pharmacy of Newville, PA. The owners, Clement and Ann Boncal,
have joined the ever increasing ranks of our list of "Friends of the
Soldier". Quality Care Pharmacy is located at 1 Sprint Drive in Carlisle
and Big Spring Pharmacy can be found at 91 S. High St in Newville.
We encourage all of our chapter members to patronize all of our
corporate members while doing business with local establishments.
These are the businesses that have gone on record as supporting
our soldiers and their families and it is only fitting that we reciprocate.
Once again, "Welcome" Quality Care and Big Spring Pharmacies.
Norene Good and Associates has also become one of the newest
local businesses to join the ranks of the chapter's corporate members.
We welcome this great therapeutic massage center and encourage
all of our individual members to patronize this firm if in need of its
services. The number of local businesses and other organizations
earning the title of "Friends of the Soldier" continues to grow.
You may access the websites of these new members by clicking
on the company names on the Corporate Corner Tab of this website.
Of particular note in story is the fact that the chapter's only Navy
member, Retired Navy Captain, Rudy Falkenstein, is personally
responsible for these three new members. Since joining our chapter,
Rudy has recruited more than his share of businesses to our
corporate member ranks. If our Army members, especially our
Board of Directors, were nearly as productive we could run our
corporate membership to more than 100.
CB/CV Chapter's Corporate Member, Gabler Trucking
Hosts a Wounded Warrior Trout Fishing Outing
Strategic Art Films Program
“On 10 April The Strategic Art Film Program presented “The Last Raids on Japan” featuring comments by Mr. Paul A. Miller, a WWII B-29 pilot, from Mechanicsburg, who participated in the last raid and analysis of the strategic air campaign against Japan by Col Timothy Brown, USAF and Professor Mike Marra. Fifty six students, staff, faculty and invited guests attended the presentation which was initiated and supported by War College students who presented Mr. Miller with a War College coin. LTC (R) Ron Elliott, President of the Carlisle Barracks and Cumberland Valley Chapter of the Association of the U.S. Army (AUSA), presented Mr. Miller with a special coin struck by the President of the AUSA’s First Region and LTG(R) Guy Swan, Vice President of the AUSA, awarded him with a certificate of appreciation for his distinguished service.”