Charleston Base Holds Annual Picnic At Bushy Park Recreation Area

Charleston Base held its annual summer picnic at the Bushy Park recreation area on the Cooper River on Saturday 31 May 2014. 150+ members and their guests attended. The free event was catered by the American Legion affiliated group - Tin Can Sailors.

See the event photographs here.

To view the photos on facebook, click here.

Admiral James B. Osborn Scholarship Fund Awards $2,500 To Four Grandchildren Of Charleston Base Members

Hard work always pays off - and in these cases - it literally did. Four grandchildren of Charleston Base members were presented with scholarship checks in a ceremony held before the June monthly meeting.

Kevin Scharf, grandson of member George Scharf, received a $500 scholarship
presented to him by his grandfather.

Emily Stanovitch, granddaughter of member Richard Walsh, received a $500
scholarship presented to her by her grandfather.

Christopher Fassulitois, grandson of member Roger Gibson, received a $1000
scholarship presented to him by his grandfather.

Trent Trump, grandson of member Terry Trump, although not present for the ceremony, received a $500 scholarship presented to him by his grandfather (we sent the check with Terry to Ohio).

All the recipients and their families. Congratulations and well done.

U. S. Senator Tim Scott Holding Vietnam Era Veterans Honor Ceremony

Senator Tim Scott will be holding a Vietnam era veterans honor ceremony on Saturday, 2 August 2014 at 1000 in the First Baptist Church of Columbia, 1306 Hampton Street, Columbia, SC. Interested Charleston Base members should review Senator Scott's webpage for more informationhere.

Register by sending in the form on the webpage or call the toll free number 844-820-0146.

Charleston Base Now Accepting Donations For The Veterans Victory House In Walterboro

Charleston Base is now accepting cash donations for the Veterans Victory House in Walterboro, SC. Collected donations may be given directly to the Victory House or may be used to purchase items that the Victory House has specifically requested. Either way, it's for a noble cause with absolutely no administrative overhead.

Donate any amount - use your credit or debit card securely with Paypal by clickinghere.

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