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Let Me Help

 

Citation   FOR HELPING A CHARITY, CAUSE, AND/OR COMMUNITY EVENT.  

Criteria    Awarded annually to a member who unselfishly and repeatedly assists charities and causes . (excluding personal monetary donations) on an ongoing or regular basis.

Ribbon Description   Peach

Devices  small gold "0", "1" and star  

 


Captain Keith Pagel, - USS COLUMBIA NCC-75017 - Action - For initiating and funding start-up of the "Overseas Coupon Project" for the USS COLUMBIA; and acting as it's director since 1995.

Cheryl Duval of the USS Tycho - for work on the USS Tycho parade float, especially while ill; ambassador to the Klingon Assault Group lazer tag matches; and work with the Northwest Ohio Foodbank, and being USS Tycho Member of the Year.

Victor Swindell– USS Charleston for  his constant work is helping with the OCP, Stampede, USS Charleston MUSC Projects, Red Cross Blood Drives, Helping with fundraisers for Camp Happy Days and Special Times, a camp for kids with cancer,the chapter’s Adopt-A-Highway Project,USS Charlesston ADA Projects and general USS Charleston Projects that help the needy.

Lieutenant Commander Barbara Slater– USS Charleston NCC-71813 -Your continual support, hard work and dedication in 1998 and 1999 for the following projects: Adopt-A-Highway, American Red Cross Blood Drives, The Overseas Coupon Project, and can tab drive for the Ronald McDonald House and the American Diabetes Association Fund Raisers.

Lieutenant Commander Beth Wingo–USS Charleston NCC-71813 -Your continual support in 1998 of the following projects: the American  Diabetes Association Events, The overseas Coupon Project, and the Can Tab Drive for the Ronald McDonald House.

Captain Carl Lewis –USS Charleston NCC-71813 - Your continual support in 1998 and 1999 of the following projects the Adopt-A-Highway, American Red Cross Blood Drives, The Overseas Coupon Project and the American Diabetes Association Events and the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

SP/1 Darlene Lewis –USS Charleston NCC-71813 –  Your continual in 1998 support of the following chapter projects:  The Ronald McDonald House Can Tab Drive  and The Overseas Coupon Project and helping the program to raise more than $1,000,000 in coupons in 1997.

Commander Edith Padgett –USS Charleston NCC-71813 –  Your continual in 1998 and 1999 support of the following chapter  projects:  The Overseas Coupon Project, American Red Cross Blood Drives and continual donations and support of the STARFLEET Stampede Program and Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Lieutenant Commander Beth Wingo–USS Charleston NCC-71813 –  Your continual in 1998 and 1999 support of the following chapter  projects:  The Overseas Coupon Project, American Red Cross Blood Drives and continual donations and support of the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Ensign John Eury –USS Charleston NCC-71813 –  Your continual support in 1998 and 1999 of the following chapter projects:  The Ronald McDonald House Can Tab Drive. The USS Charleston Recycling projects and the Overseas Coupon Project and The Adopt-A-Highway Project.

Lt. Commander Penny Wallace–USS Charleston NCC-71813 –  Your continual support in 1998 and 1999 of the following projects the Overseas Coupon Project, and the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Commander Debra Martin –USS Charleston NCC-71813 –  Your continual support in 1998 and 1999 of the following projects the American Diabetes Association, American Red Cross Blood Drives,  and the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Commander Kathryn Carlon –USS Charleston NCC-71813 –  Your continual support of the following projects the Adopt-A-Highway, American Red Cross Blood Drives, The Overseas Coupon Project, and Can tab drive for the Ronald McDonald House

Chief Petty Officer Larry Moss–USS Charleston NCC-71813 –  Your continual support of the following projects the Adopt-A-Highway, American Red Cross Blood Drives, and Can tab drive for the Ronald McDonald House and the American Diabetes Association.

Lieutenant Commander Mark C. Easterbrook–USS Charleston NCC-71813 –  Your continual support in 1998 and 1999 of the following projects the Adopt-A-Highway, and the American Diabetes Association.

Lieutenant Commander James Graham-USS Charleston NCC-71813 –  Your continual support in 1998 and 1999 of the following projects the Adopt-A-Highway, and the Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Petty Officer 2nd Class Nestor Rosaldo–USS Charleston NCC-71813 –  Your continual support of the following projects: the Adopt-A-Highway, and the American Diabetes Association Events 

Commander Linda Steelman  - USS MAAT  - : for outstanding dedication, excellence work  and participation with the  WHRO/PBS and Overseas Coupon Programs.  

Commander Julianne Tanski  - USS MAAT  - Coordinator for the MAAT's SPCA Program. She is also responsible for organizing all participation for the program and making verbal status report  at the chapter's monthly meetings.

Lieutenant Karen Donnelly - USS Athena – She has  served as the Athena guiding light for many of their charity accomplishments.  These charities include the Julien Fleming Fund ,Working with local businesses to provide auction items for Shore Leave,   Farpoint and Novacon, which raised money for their charities (Julien Fleming Fund, MPT Hospital, Easter Seals) . She has spearheaded the effort to collect new and used clothes for the area foster kidsShe has worked with the Embry Rucker and a Homeless Shelter (part of Reston Interfaith) to donate the toiletry items

Commander Edith Padgett–USS Charleston - For exemplary service and excellent attitude to STARFLEET Region One, your chapter and your community.

Commander Ray Goodman –USS Jamestown - For exemplary service and excellent attitude to STARFLEET Region One, your chapter and your community.

Lieutenant Aileen Logan –USS Jurassic - For exemplary service and excellent attitude to STARFLEET Region One, your chapter and your community.

Colonel Kimberly Brooks-USS NORMANDY NCC-36000 - For collecting canned goods for the Food Bank and donates time to the Tennessee Department of Children Services and Bosom Buddies which benefits Cancer Research

2nd Lt. Matt Brooks  -USS NORMANDY NCC-36000 - For collecting canned goods for the Food Bank and donates time to the Tennessee Department of Children Services and Bosom Buddies which benefits Cancer Research

Gunnery Sergeant Morgan Kirby-USS NORMANDY NCC-36000 - For collecting canned goods for the Food Bank and donates time to the Tennessee Department of Children Services and Bosom Buddies which benefits Cancer Research

Lt. Commander Gary Hollifield- USS Carolina - because of his work this year with the USS Carolina in helping the MDA in their ongoing charities

Colonel John Kane- USS Reprisal - because of his work this year with the USS Carolina in helping the MDA in their ongoing charities. 

Commander Susan Mahaffey-USS Carolina -because of his work this year with the USS Carolina in helping the MDA in their ongoing charities

Fleet Captain David James - USS Carolina - because of his work this year with the USS Carolina in helping the MDA in their ongoing charities

CPO Brian Tannous - USS Carolina - because of his work this year with the USS Carolina in helping the MDA in their ongoing charities. 

CPO Sam Christy - USS Carolina - because of his work this year with the USS Carolina in helping the MDA in their ongoing charities

Commander Deborah Butcher- USS Carolina - for her constantly outstanding performance in helping with the USS Carolina's ongoing support of the MDA. 

Major Julie Cook - USS Carolina - her constantly outstanding performance in helping with the USS Carolina's ongoing support of the MDA.

1st LT Howard Knapp - USS Carolina -because of his work this year with the USS Carolina in helping the MDA in their ongoing charities

RAdm Susan Bolick - USS Alaric - 210101-For putting in over 80 hrs for the Red Cross including teaching classes, putting on programs about car seats safety etc. She has been doing these programs for several years.

Lt Convert Nelson– USS Dominator- for outstanding work with both the OCP and ADA

Ensign Tina Godley – USS Dominator - for outstanding work with both the OCP and ADA

FCapt. Carl Lewis – USS Dominator- for outstanding work with both the OCP and ADA

Cmdr. Debbie Ham – USS Hornet – For outstanding work with OCP, Food Bank, ARC, and Soup Label Drive.

Sharon Russell- USS Jurassic -For donating her own time and money to make two full size afghans to be raffled off.  All the money earned was donated to two charities: St. Joseph's Children's Indian School, and North Shore Animal League.  She also made prizes for those that participated in the raffle. Sharon exemplary actions make her an asset to STARFLEET Region One.

Comm. Victor Swindell – USS Charleston – For repeatedly participating with the following chapter projects, Adopt-A-Highway, The Ronald McDonald House, The Low Country Food Bank, the Stampede, and the Overseas Coupon Project.

Capt.  Debra Martin – USS Charleston– For repeatedly participating with the following chapter projects, Adopt-A-Highway, The Ronald McDonald House, The Low Country Food Bank, MS Walk-A-Thon and the ADA Tour-de-Cure.

SP/1.  Dina Barron – USS Charleston – For repeatedly participating with the following chapter projects,  The Ronald McDonald House, MS Walk-A-Thon and the ADA Tour-de-Cure.

Cmdr.  Mark Easterbrook – USS Charleston – For repeatedly participating with the following chapter projects, Adopt-A-Highway,  The Low Country Food Bank, and the Overseas Coupon Project.

SP/1 Denise Wolff – USS Charleston -For repeatedly participating with the following chapter projects, Adopt-A-Highway, The Ronald McDonald House, The Low Country Food Bank, and the Overseas Coupon Project.

Cmdr. Beth Wingo – USS Charleston -For repeatedly participating with the Overseas Coupon Project as a long distance member. She has given over $2602.01 in coupons.

Cmdr. Penny Wallace – USS Charleston -For repeatedly participating with the Overseas Coupon Project

SCPO Larry Moss – USS Charleston -For repeated participating with the chapter quarterly Adopt-A-Highway  Project .

Cmdr Barbara Slater – USS Charleston -For repeated participating with the chapter quarterly Adopt-A-Highway  Project

Commodore Cynthia Walter – USS Asgard – This officer has repeatedly demonstrated extreme dedication, volunteerism and involvement as a Starship crewmember and member of STARFLEET Region One.

Captain Gregory Franklin – USS Reprisal - has performed many acts of generosity to his fellow man. He has been instrumental in the chapter’s OCP drive, canned food drive, and Toys-for-Tots Program. He started a coat drive of the needy in the Kingsport area. He also voluntarily gives a CPR course for both the community and the crew.

Ensign Gay Blair – USS Reprisal - has been an inspiration to her crewmates by the following actions:helping tp collect and donate 5 coats to the clothing drive held for the needy, participating in the Toy-for-Tots program by collecting and donating toys, the OCP, collecting and donating school supplies for needy children, donating her time to the needy in her community.

1st Lieutenant Dennis Relyea – USS Reprisal - has been an inspiration to his crewmates by the following actions:helping tp collect and donate 2 coats to the clothing drive held for the needy, participating in the Toy-for-Tots program by collecting and donating toys, the OCP, collecting and donating school supplies for needy children, donating her time to the needy in his community.

Linda Steelman – USS Maat - for Tireless dedication and commitments as WHRO volunteer coordinator, OCP coordinator, SCPA, food drive and many more things.

Cmdr. Adelyn Upp – USS Asgard - for hard work and dedication to the many charity functions of the USS Asgard including the Operation Feed Project, MS Walk-A-Thon, United Nations Association International Festival, and Toys-for-Tots.

Lt. Cmdr Susan Goodwin– Shuttle Albemarle - for her hard word and dedication as the Shuttle Albemarle OPC director.

Ensign Minnie Chappell – Shuttle Albemarle - for the hard word and dedication to the many charity functions of the shuttle including Open Door Food Bank and the OCP.

Cmdr Eric J Davis – USS Asgard - participated in a local television station's food drive, and he helped collect food and pack it. Also participated in the Toys-for-Toys drive and donated clothing to a local charity. He also participated in the MS Walk-a-Thon.

Lieutenant Colonel Michael Browne – USS Questar - Colonel Browne donated school supplies for the Operation Eagle Project, and was active in the Chapter's "Adopt a Whale" project, and a local nature observatory. He also donated food to a local charity and participated in the Toys-for-Tots campaign with over $100 in toys.

Commander Debbie Ham – USS Hornet - Cmdr Ham is a contributor to the local food bank, a blood donor to the Red Cross, and has participated in Samaritan's Purse Shoebox campaign, Starfleet stampede, and the OCP.

Commander Julianna Tanski – USS Maat - Cmdr Tanski is the Maat's SPCA coordinator, and she also participates in the following activities: Senior Services of SE Virginia, the local food bank, aluminum can collections, the Chapter's Casino Night, Starfleet Stampede, and the OCP.

Captain Mary Ann Winsley – USS Jamestown - Capt Winsley donated her time and goods to the following charities: Virginia Air and Space Center, American Red Cross Blood Drive, the OCP, the American Cancer Society, the American Diabetes Association, March of Dimes, Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters, and a battered woman's shelter.

Commander Pamela Bryant – USS Columbus - Cmdr Bryant is the coordinator of the Chapter's food drive, and she organized and led the Talaxian cook off to raise more funds for the food drive.

Commodore Cynthia Walter - USS Asgard - has done several charity functions in 2002. She walked in the Light the Night for Sight Walk-a-thon, she has donated blood for the last two years and has obtained coupons from her fellow employees to send to the Operation Coupon Project.

Commander Adelyn Upp - USS Asgard - has been active in 2002 with  several charities. She has collected coupons from fellow workers for the Operation Coupon Project and toys for the Toys For Tots Campaign. She assisted in registration at the MS Walk-a-thon and volunteered at Okterberfest in German Village.

Major John Upp - USS Asgard - has participated in many  charities activities in 2002. He volunteered at the Okterberfest in German Village. He has donated item for Toys For Tots Campaign. He worked security for the MS Walk-a-thon and March of Dimes. He has done many of these activities while recovering from an on going medical problem.

Colonel Kathlene Harper - USS Asgard - has co-chaired with Lt. Commander Stephenson the Trek Put and Trek Bowl projects. She has assisted the last three years with the Toys For Tots Campaign. She worked at the information table at the MS Walk-a-thon. She has volunteered at the March of Dimes marathon and works on the local food drive.

Fleet Captain Gregory Franklin – USS Reprisal - has been heavily involved in various community service projects. He served as chairman of the charities committee, gave over 70 hours of CPR instruction, sponsored the Reprisal's Food bank project, work with the Toys-for-Tots campaign. He participated in operation shoebox.

Captain Melinda  Harper - USS Asgard -has worked on several committees to organize charity activities. She assisted with the planning of Trek Bowl. She went to Studio 35 Movie Theater to collect donations for Toys For Tots. She Has worked at the United Nations International Festival. She finds time to do this while she works part-time and is a full time student at Ohio State University.

Lt. Commander Chris Stephenson - USS Asgard - is a fine officer. He does his duties our newsletter editor but has found the time to put together two fund raisers. The first fund raiser was Trek Put a minature golf tournament where proceeds went to Dave Thomas Adoption Foundation. Then in the fall he put together Trek Bowl where the proceeds went to Toys For Tots. Both fund raisers were successful.

Commander J. Eric Davis - USS Asgard -  has organized a volunteer effort of collecting winter clothing. He has collected winter coats, gloves, hats, long underwear, socks, blankets and boots for adults and children for the last three years. They are donated to a local church for distribution to those who have no warm winter clothes.

LTC Dennis Relyea - USS Reprisal - has been involved with the following charities: Helping Hearts donating winter clothing to needy children, donating school supplies to needy children, participating in the Toys-for-Tots program, and in Operation Christmas child were small toys and candy are placed in a shoebox for deserving children.

Capt. Thomas B. Heffner - USS Gallifrey - His efforts for community services and charities have been numerous, he can not do enough to help others in need, whether they be the poor community children, homeless families, children hospitals, nursin' home residents, or even givin' lectures, re-enactments, or shows at schools. (210403)

Cmdr Amy J. Heffner - USS Gallifrey - the many community services she has donated her time and skills to.  She has done such work as makin' and donatin' food to community centers, parties, and the homeless, helpin' out with Bible Study Programs in the community, and organizin' fund raisers for various Gallifrey supported charities.(210403)

SCPO Betty J. Heffner - USS Gallifrey - her many sacrifices made in the name of her community and those within who have found themselves in need and less fortunate.She works with the many community centers, pet shops, shelters, animal concerned organizations. She has also rendered assistance to the many families and under-priviledged children she has helped over the years.(210403)

Capt. Gary Hollifield, Jr.- Shuttle Hell's Fury - His efforts for community services and charities have been numerous. Most notably has been his assistance to the MDA, Habitat for Humanity, helping at the Senior Activity Senior, helping Meals on Wheels, helping a canned food drive, and many other. This officer serves as a major asset of STARFLEET Region One and demonstrates the best traditions of STARFLEET.(210403)

Capt J. Eric Davis .- USS Asgard - For all the dedication and excellence in volunteerism  that you have performed for your chapter, your community and in the Region for the year of 2003. You have demonstrated the highest ideals of Trek Fandom and the best traditions of STARFLEET and are a asset to the ‘First Fleet’

Cadet Sarah Heffner .- USS Gallifrey - For all the dedication and excellence in volunteerism  that you have performed for your chapter, your community and in the Region for the year of 2003. You have demonstrated the highest ideals of Trek Fandom and the best traditions of STARFLEET and are a asset to the ‘First Fleet’

Cmdr Jill Tipton - USS Jurassic - For all the dedication and excellence in volunteerism  that you have performed for your chapter, your community and in the Region for the year of 2003. You have demonstrated the highest ideals of Trek Fandom and the best traditions of STARFLEET and are a asset to the ‘First Fleet’

Capt Robert Woods .- Ronald E. McNair - For all the dedication and excellence in volunteerism  that you have performed for your chapter, your community and in the Region for the year of 2003. You have demonstrated the highest ideals of Trek Fandom and the best traditions of STARFLEET and are a asset to the ‘First Fleet’

Capt Jennifer Kelly .- Ronald E. McNair - Jennifer has always supported the OCP program as well as the soda can pop tops for the Ronald McDonald House as well as raising funds for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation and collected foods for the Harvest Hope Food Bank in Columbia SC (210502)

Lt j.g. Janice Schweikert.- Ronald E. McNair - Janice has been a member of the McNair since 1998. She has worked tirelessly in her efforts for the Easter Seals Buck- a-Cup program as well as bringing coupons to the McNair meetings in support of the OCP program as well as soda can pop tops for the Ronald McDonald House(210502)

Rear Admiral Roger H. Scritchfield - USS OHIO - VAdm. Scritchfield answered phones at the local PBS station’s telethons. He helped the community by saving can tabs for the Ronald McDonald House in Cleveland, OH. He’s a member of Skywarn and ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Services), through which he helped report severe weather and helped with other emergencies through radio communications. He also used his radio communications to help in community parades, marathons and bike rallies as a radio operator. He helped give amateur radio tests to the community as a Volunteer Examiner. He collected the coupons we cut to send through the Overseas Coupon Project. If he’s asked to help with something he’s right there to help. (210502)

Captain Janice Graham - USS Renegade - Janice Has worked very hard with the Overseas Coupon Project.  She also has worked d with the local IFT chapter here in Youngstown raising money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation as well as the other fund raisers and charity events. She is always ready and willing to lend a hand with any project that comes along.

Commander Brandy Hallman  - Shuttle Darkstar - for donations and contributions made to victims of the 2005 Gulf hurricane victims. (210510)

RADM Victor Swindell - Shuttle Darkstar - for donations and contributions made to victims of the 2005 Gulf hurricane victims. (210510)

Capt Walter Ewing - USS INDIANA • NCC 79158 - for your care, compassion and volunteerism of the many charities and organizations that you support including the Boy Scouts of America, United States Corps of Chaplains, the American Red Cross and many others.  (210511)

Adm Marlene Miller -USS Renegade for taking part in Relay for Life walks, assisting local VFWs; sending 'care packages' to our military personnel in Iraq, and to sailors on the Carl Vinson; giving books to the Friends of the Library for book sales; and many other charities (210603)

CRM James E. Heffner  -USS Gallifrey -constantly volunteered to help with each and every project over the last year, many of them being charity events or community service projects.  He has never once failed in doing so or not completed the responsibilities to which he has requested.  He has aided and assisted in various community services of his own free will while bringing with him great assets and ensuring an enjoyable time for all who attended or participated.(210603)

CAPT Frank Parker- USS Ronald E. McNair NCC-61809 -Frank helped with the Hurricane Katrina relief efforts in 2005 by helping set up an impromptu concert at a local coffee house. His assistance with the setting up of a recruting table that represented SFI, R1 as well as the McNair was part of our success with that endeavor. This year he is the point of contact for the McNair Christmas visit to the veterans in the nursing home at Dorn VA hospital.(210606)

ENS Ree Clark - Since Ree joined the McNair February 15, 2006 she took off running and assumed the Communications Officer position. Soon after she took and passed the OTS course. Ree collects coupons for the OCP Program. Ree also contributed to the success of the recruiting table that the McNair set up at Concarolinas 2006  .(210606)

CPO Larry Kirby- USS Ronald E. McNair - Larry is new to the world of SFI but he's jumped in whole heartedly and collected coupons for the OCP program as well as soda can pop tops which we give to the Ronald McDonald House. He donated a DVD, books, and toiletries to the McNair's VA visit to the veterans in the nursing home at Dorn VA hospital. He also serves as our liaison with a local Columba, SC scifi group Starzone as well as the Filking community.  .(210606)

COMM Margaret Grumwell-USS Appomattox -  For her invaluable service in helping her crew when needed for Transportation , for being extremely active in the OCP and many other charities, (210606)

CMDR Carolyn Peters - USS Hornet - For her donating of blood to Red Cross, going to Bilox, MS mission trip to assist Hurricane Katrina victims, OCP, and participation in Loaves and Fishes. (210704.21)

LT Janice Schweikert - USS Ronald E. McNair - For her crocheting and painting 63 ornaments, making Christmas cards and assiting with the Christmas visit the McNair makes to the Dorn VA Hospital here in Columbia, SC. (210704.21)

Captain Jeanne Wilson - USS Heimdal NCC-1793 - Heimdal Annual Charity Auction Committee Chairperson. Canvasses local businesses for donations for said chapter. (210712.07)

Kevin Creamer - USS Alaric - His enthusiasm in hosting meetings and helping to organize 2007 Alaricon Silver Anniversary,suggesting fun activities for meetings including educational presentations. (210712.21)

These members of the USS Appomattox were submitted for this award due to their donation of coupons for OCP that allowed the Appomattox to send a total of$263,535.89 to the military installation in Germany. (2007)
COMM John Sprouse, COMM Margaret Grunwell, FCAPT Meg Roach, CMDR Alan Provo,
LtCMDR Mike Edelson, LtCMDR Ann Redding, Lt j.g. Sharon Jennings, Cadet 3rd class Sarah Provo

Cadet Carolyn Smith of the USS Hornet donating 19" of her hair to the locks of love program, that makes wigs for people suffering from cancer. (2007)

Marlene Miller of the USS Renegade for placing flags on veterans graves and planting flowers at Lake Park Cemetary.(210809)

Ensign Susan Cecil - USS Commonwealth - During the 2009 ice storm that hit the county of Madison, city of Richmond, KY that downed power lines and caused a massive power outage to said community, Ensign Susan Cecil took on the task of contacting her neighbors to see if they had alternative heating methods in place and was prepared to render assistance and get them heat. She was also able to convince a neighbor who was on oyxgen to leave her home and seek shelter with a friend until the power could be turned back on. (210903.15)

Ensign Ingrid Price - USS Columbus - Collection of soda cans for recycling, yogurt lids for breast cancer and collecting items for boxes being sent overseas to service members as well as her assistance with a school supply drive and for locating books to be given to a preschool.

Fleet Captain Susan Mahaffey - USS Star Runner NCC-74222 - Sends monthly care packages to soldier's overseas as well as sending weekly letters to deployed service members. Volunteers for Toys For Tots events, Make A Wish Foundation fund raising events. Volunteered at a USO event in Charlotte, NC. (210904.06)

Rear Admiral Deborah Butcher - USS Star Runner NCC-74222- Asssiting with the collection of items for care packages sent overseas to deployed service members, and the collection of items for two children to receive Christmas presents. (210904.06)

Commodore Kristine Keller-Williams - USS Arizona NCC-71839- Kris has directed the Adopt A Family for the Arizona for the last 6 or 7 years now. She has collected contributions from the Cleveland Indians, Browns, K-Mart, Wal Mart and numerous other contributors. Kris has contributed her own time and money to picking up and delivering toys and other things. (210904.06)

SCPO Larry Kirby - USS Ronald E. McNair - Donating $1000.00 in coupons for OCP, postage stamps for Stampede,soda can pop tops for Ronald McDonald House toiletries and small gifts for veterans at the Dorn VA Hospital in Columbia, SC.(210904.13)

 
LtCmdr Chitiaka Henry - USS Ronald E. McNair - baking and helping out at the two bakes sales the McNair held at the Dorn VA Hospital with the hospita's high school volunteers. Helping with packing and delivering of the gift bags for all the veterans at the Dorn VA Hospital. Saving box tops for education and giving them to a school in Sumter, SC (210904.13)
 
CPO Michael Henry - USS Ronald E. McNair - helping with the packing and delivering of gift bags to all the veterans at the Dorn VA Hospital. Driving McNair members to two away missions.(210904.13)
 
LtCmdr Janice Schweikert - USS Ronald E. McNair - donations of coupons for OCP, postage stamps for Stampede, baking for the two bake sales held at the Dorn VA hospital, donation of magazines to the VA hospital.(210904.13)
 
Lt Beverly Munib - USS Ronald E. McNair - baking and assisting with the two bake sales at the Dorn VA Hospital. coupons for OCP(210904.12)
 
Brigadier Rey Cordero - USS Liberator - Participation every year with Toys for Tots program of the US Marine Corps Reserve, collected multiple toys for children and donating them to the program. Volunteering with Habitat for Humanity. (210905.16)
 
Admiral Sherry Anne Newell - USS Renegade NCC-2547 - Stamps for Stampede, coupons for OCP, Campbell's labels for Education, Box Tops for Education, soda can pop tops for RMH, preparing a hot meal for 250 hungry and needy people, gathered donations for fal humane society garage sale. (210910.23)
 
Lt. Annette S. Wood - USS Jurassic NCC-3500 - Coupons for OCP. Heart Walk 2009 held in Cleveland Ohio. (210910.25)
 
Captain Nancy Hall- USS Jurassic NCC-3500 - Coupons for OCP. (210910.25)
 
PO1 Tracie Stehno - USS Jurassic NCC-3500 - Coupons for OCP. Heart Walk 2009 held in Cleveland Ohio. (210910.25)
 
Captain Sharon Russell - USS Jurassic NCC-3500 - 40 Campbell's labels for education and 28 Boxtops for Education. (210910.15)
 
Lt jg Dot Silman - USS Jurassic NCC-3500 - knitting or crochetingJurassic's afghan project. (210910.25)
 
John Kane - USS Hornet - For his participation in Charlotte Walk for Wishes, Cure Search walk to Conquer Cancer and the Step out walk to fight Diabetes 2009. (211002.19)
 
Kathy Van Arsdale - USS Endeavor NCC-72709 - Volunteering on a weekly basis at the Grove Christian Outreach Center's bread ministry.
(211005.01)
 
John Sprouse - USS Appomattox - Volunteering at the Lynchburg Humane Society (211005.01)
 
Brigadier Rey Cordero - USS Liberator - Food drive for Columbus food pantry. (211005.01)
 
Alicia Cordero - USS Liberator - donating 14" of her hair to cancer drive. (211005.01)
 
Rear Admiral John Sprouse - USS Appomattox - Taking care of the Lynchburg Humane Society cats, participation in Cystic Fibrosis Strides for Life 8 May 2010, monitored inflatables at MDA Carnival 5 Sept 2010, attended USS Jamestown's
casino night 24 2010. (211105.14)

Commander Michael Mann - USS Starleague - Exemplary service in donating his time to teach CPR and First Aid classes (approx 200 hrs) (211005.14)

Margaret Grunwell - USS Appomattox - Even after suffering the loss of her other parent within a year of the first, Margaret still attended the meetings and participated in activities when her health would allow. She is willing to help crew mates get to the meetings, trips to official agencies and grocery runs. When another crewmate lost the use of their vehicle, she lent her second vehicle to them until theirs was repaired. Even though the coupons didn't get sent this past year due to her health and personal issues, in an avalanche of coupons she still worked hundreds of hours trying to get them out. She attended the Region One Summit in May and the USS Jamestown's annual Casino Night in Sept. Supported the chapter's efforts for the Cystic Fibrosis' Strides for Life in May and the MDA Carnival on Labor Day.(211105.14)

Jeremy Warneke, Erik Stovall, Sandy Stocks, Kari & Ron Novak, John Hoppa, Janice Graham, Alan Cole, Linda Barr and Lisa Marie Eckenrode - USS Renegade - Helping collect food and monetary donations throughout 2011 for the Second Harvest Food Bank in Mahoning County Ohio