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Meritorious Service Award

 
  

 

Citation   TO NOTE AVID PARTICIPATION AND/OR PERFORMANCE OF DUTY, BY YOUNG SFI – REGION ONE MEMBERS. 

Criteria    This award is meant to help motivate involvement of young STARFLEET members, up to age 18.  Those who distinguish themselves by their participation and/or perform their assigned duty with zeal may annually earn this award. Please include a list of accomplishments.
Ribbon Description    Light Green
Devices   Bronze Palm
 
 

Ensign  Martin Bonica- USS Athena - This bright nine year old has played in an interesting and integral role on the Athena and in general. His hard work, dedication and Engineering talents  has earned the respect and admiration of  his crew and Commanding Officer.

Acting Ensign  Micheal Romero- USS Jamestown - In recognition of being a very enthusiastic SFI Region One Member, who is an extremely active, dedicated, dependable and hard working member of the USS Jamestown.  He has earned the respect and admiration of  the Jamestown crew and its Commanding Officer.

2nd Lt. Matt Brooks  - USS NORMANDY NCC-36000 - In recognition of the following acts: unswerving devotion to duty; volunteer work, fundraising and participation in as many local, regional STARFLEET events as possible.

Gunnery Sergeant Morgan Kirby-USS NORMANDY NCC-36000- In recognition of the following acts: unswerving devotion to duty; volunteer work, fundraising and participation in as many local, regional STARFLEET events as possible.

Lt Tara Mort  - USS Maat- in recognition of the following acts: unswerving devotion to duty; enthusiasm ,volunteer work, fundraising and participation in as many local events as possible and active recruiting of younger SFI Members.

Lt.Jg Elizabeth Lambert - USS Maat- in recognition of the following acts: unswerving devotion to duty; enthusiasm ,volunteer work, fundraising and participation in as many local events as possible younger SFI Members.

Cadet James E. Heffner - USS Gallifrey- There isn't anyone who qualifies for this award more than Cadet James E. Heffner of the USS Gallifrey, a member of my Command Personnel who is still in Training Status and assigned to the Public Relations Division. Even before he joined STARFLEET, while we were still only members of The Guardians of the Space Frontier, attending conventions as a local group and setting up small recruiting tables, James was extremely motivated and excited about everything he was involved in where our Chapter was concerned. He willingly volunteered constantly for all projects and duties open to him. He was our greatest asset at conventions, where he spent hours without taking a break to pass out flyers, speak with customers and convention goers, and to promote our organization. In fact, it was James who first showed an interest in STARFLEET at the Region One Fall Conference, which motivated the rest of us to consider joining STARFLEET seriously. (210302)

Cadet Cassandra J. Heffner - USS Gallifrey- in recognition of her devotion, hard work, exemplary performance of her duties, and spirit to which she sets the pace for everyone else in her department and the USS GALLIFREY, not to mention STARFLEET herself. She is the most enthusiastic member of the Gallifrey, not to mention the Medical Department, who is continuously offerin' her assistance in all projects, assignments, and missions. Particularly, she is always askin' to do "Check-ups" on the crew to ensure their good health. She loves her position as Medical Cadet, never gettin' enough to do or enough education convernin' her position  or the field of medicine. She has written and drawn contributions for the newsletter on her own, as lead the way for the Medical Department at conventions, recruitin' events, promotional events, and introducin' new medical procedures on the GALLIFREY. She and her services to the GALLIFREY and the Region are outstandin' and very remarkable, considerin' her age.  (210403)

Cadet James E. Heffner - USS Gallifrey- as a result of his great enthusiasm,dedication, and valuable contibutions to the USS Gallifrey. He continues to set the example for us all throughhis hard work and promotion of our chapter and the First Fleet, as well asSTARFLEET in general as a whole. He continues to work long hours at events without taking a break very many of the times in order to promote the chapter and recruit the younger members of the general public. He is always the first to ask what he can do to help, to encourage a scheduled event, to hold a chapter activity, and to invite other chapters and outside groups to participate. Whenever things become stressful and anyone even mentions the possibility of giving up for whatever reason, Cadet James E. Heffner is the first to motivate them and encourage them to not only forget such thoughts but to work even harder towards the goal or mission at hand. (210403)

PO/3 Caitlyn Logan- USS Jurassic-  for outstanding  service as a youth and dedication to Trek Fandom and principles of STARFLEET  in 2004

Crewmam Thomas William Heffner- USS Gallifrey-  in recognition of his unswerving devotion, hard work, enthusiasm, dedication, motivation, and participation in Ship's Services while serving the needs of the U.S.S. Gallifrey, Region One, and STARFLEET. (210603)

Katherine Hooper - USS Constellation-  is the youngest member of the Constellation, at age two birthdate 7/23/07. (210910.06)

Cadet Devon Schulman - USS Hornet NCC-1714 - An abandoned 2.5 week old kitten was found under the trailer of a classroom at Devon's school. After 2 days, no mom cat was ever seen and no one would step up to take the cat. It faced certain doom. Devon brought the cat home where she was bottle fed and cared for until a new permanent family could be found for her. If it was not for him, the cold snap we experienced this weekend would most likely have done her in.

Cadet Crewman Heidi Schultz - USS Odin NCC-1875 - For avid and energetic performance of duty as one of the youngest members of the Odin and STARFLEET Region One. For her enthusiastic participation in chapter activities, dedication to studying the violin, athletic achievement in softball and outstanding scholastic achievement and dedicated service to the USS Odin. (May 1, 2010)

LTJG Amber Rowlette- USS Odin NCC-1875 - For avid and energetic performance of duty as one of the youngest members of the Odin and STARFLEET Region One. For her enthusiastic participation in chapter activities, academic achievement within SFA as a member of Blue Squad and leader of said squad and dedicated service to the USS Odin. (May1, 2010)

Ensign Christopher Osborne - USS Odin NCC-1875 - For avid and energetic performance of duty as one of the youngest members of the Odin and STARFLEET Region One. For his enthusiastic participation in chapter activities, passing the OTS exam with distinction and dedicated service to the USS Odin.(May 1, 2010)

PO2 Nathaniel Schultz - USS Odin NCC-1875 - For avid and energetic performance of duty as one of the youngest members of the Odin and STARFLEET Region One. For her enthusiastic participation in chapter activities, outstanding scholastic achievement, achieving the rank of black belt in karate and dedicated service to the USS Odin. (May 1, 2010)

Cadet 3rd Class Jheryd Waldbrunn - USS Odin  NCC-1875 -For avid and energetic performance of duty as one of the youngest members of the Odin and STARFLEET Region One. For her enthusiastic participation in chapter activities, outstanding scholastic achievement, taking top honors in a regional youth chess tournament and dedicated service to the USS Odin.(May 1, 2010)

Cadet 3rd Class Carlos Bruckman - USS Odin NCC-1875 - For avid and energetic performance of duty as one of the youngest members of the Odin and STARFLEET Region One. For enthusistic participation in chapter activities, bravery in the face of playground challenges and dedicated service to the USS Odin.(May 1, 2010)

Cadet 2nd Class Chloe Lopes - USS Odin NCC-1875 - For avid and energetic performance of duty as one of the youngest members of the Odin and STARFLEET Region One. For her enthusiastic participation in chapter activities, outstanding skill with a toy light saber and dedicated service to the USS Odin.(May 1, 2010)

Cadet 1st Class Daniel Hack - USS Odin NCC-1875 - For avid and energetic performance of duty as one of the youngest members of the Odin and STARFLEET Region One. For her enthusiastic participation in chapter activities, achievement in figure skating and dedicated service to the USS Odin.(May 1, 2010)

Morgan Harper - USS Columbus - Age 5 has drawn pictures to be enclosed in packages sent to U.S. military service members overseas. Helps out with collecting aluminum cans and plastic bottles for recycling. Helps out at recruiting tables. (May 1, 2010)

Wyatt Cook - USS Columbus - Age almost 3 and draws pictures thar are placed in the packages sent to U.S. military service members overseas. Helps with collecting aluminum cans and plastuc bottles for recycling. Recruiting table. (May 1, 2010)

 

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