Wall of Honor - Unit Awards

 
Unit Distinguished Service Award

USS Athena NCC-51896-For extreme excellence and service to STARFLEET Region One and your community during the year 1999

USS CAROLINA  NCC-74222-For the continued outstanding performance of her officers and crew.  From August 1999 until present the members of the Carolina has not only turned themselves and their chapter around they have gone to warp speed.  Participating in and spearheading charity and community service in the Greenville, SC area.  Such as contribution that were raised by a joint event that was initiated by the Carolina for the family of a Deputy Sheriff whom was slain in the line of duty.  To the ongoing support of the Carolina of the local chapter of the MDA.  To date helping to raise over $480,000 dollars in this area

USS HEIMDAL’s Medical Dept-This Department has done a outstanding job in performing different projects for their chapter and the for  public. This Department is a tremendous asset to Region One

USS Reprisal NCC-1896 - For extreme excellence and service to STARFLEET Region One and your community during the year 2000

USS Columbus NCC-72401 - For extreme excellence and service to STARFLEET Region One and your community during the year 2000

USS Athena NCC-51896- We salute you for the tremendous work that you have done on the Julien Fleming Fund and your dedication on this project.

USS MAAT NCC1794-A-  We salute you for the tremendous work that you have done on the MAAT’s “Casino Night” for the last six years and generating camaraderie among chapters in your sector. We also honor your chapter’s community service towards the SPCA, STARFLEET Stampede, local food bank and other charities. 

USS APPOMATTOX, NCC-75001-210208-The USS APPOMATTOX team raised more than $1000, for the American Cancer Society. The theme of the Relay this year was "60s TV", so their camp was set up like the K7 Space Station, complete with the bar and tribbles from the show. The "Relay for Life" is a 24-hour walk to raise money for the American Cancer Society for it fight of all cancers. This was the first year that the APPOMATTOX was a part of the Relay, but it will not be the last.

USS Jamestown NCC-1843-D- For extreme excellence and service to STARFLEET Region One and your community during the year 2002

USS Maat NCC-1794-A - For extreme excellence and service to STARFLEET Region One and your community during the year 2002

USS Ohio NCC-75007- For extreme excellence and service to STARFLEET Region One and your community during the year 2002

USS Questar NCC-75425 - For extreme excellence and service to STARFLEET Region One and your community during the year 2002

USS Dominator NCC-18076 - For extreme excellence and service to STARFLEET Region One and your community during the year 2002USS

GALLIFREY NCC-18076 - For extreme excellence and service to STARFLEET Region One and your community during the year 2003

USS JAMESTOWN NCC-1843-D - For extreme excellence and service to STARFLEET Region One and your community during the year 2003

USS PATHFINDER NCC-2121 - For extreme excellence and service to STARFLEET Region One and your community during the year 2003

USS Odin NCC-1875 - For distinguisghed service to the various communities the chapter's members reside in. members collected can tabs for RMH Foundation, donated empty printer ink cartridges to the Pet Smart charities to help support animal shelters, participated in the Seattle AIDS Walk, collected and donated toys to the USMC's Toys for Tots program, collected and donated food for a local Indiana food bank, donated clothing to a North Dakota homeless shelter and volunteered to ring the bel for the Salvation Army during the holidays.(211005.01)

 USS Star  league - Planned and implemented a mission to have a card signed by STARFLEET and community members to send our best wishes to the astronauts on the last shuttle launch in 2010. (211005.14)
 
USS Jurassic - Overseas Coupon Project participants for collecting, cutting and mailing coupons to two overseas military bases. $42,254.93 shipped to US Army base in Vincenza Italy and $40,000.93 sent to US Air Force base in Spangdahlem, Germany

 


 
 
Unit Commendation

USS Charleston NCC-71813 - for outstanding  service and dedication to Trek Fandom and principles of STARFLEET  in 1999
 
USS Columbus NCC-72401 - for outstanding  service and dedication to Trek Fandom and principles of STARFLEET  in 1999
 
USS Providence NCC-71796 - for outstanding  service and dedication to Trek Fandom and principles of STARFLEET  in 1999
 
USS Tempest NCC-21566 - for outstanding  service and dedication to Trek Fandom and principles of STARFLEET  in 1999
 
USS Heimdal NCC-1793 - for outstanding  service and dedication to Trek Fandom and principles of STARFLEET  in 1999
 
USS West Virginia  NCC 2008 -  For the dedicated work of workers who assisted with the Dunbar Summer Reading Program and helping to make special bookmarks for the kids.
 
USS Normandy NCC-36000-for demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of STAR TREK, and the Best Traditions of STARFLEET INTERNATIONAL, in participating in Project OTAFA-"Operation Teachers Aid For Afghanistan" Volunteer Project that benefited children seeking to attend Elementary-level education in that War-torn impoverished Afghanistan.
 
USS Rutledge NX-74215-for demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of STAR TREK, and the Best Traditions of STARFLEET INTERNATIONAL, in participating in Project OTAFA-"Operation Teachers Aid For Afghanistan" Volunteer Project that benefited children seeking to attend Elementary-level education in that War-torn impoverished Afghanistan.
 
USS Questar NCC-75435-for demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of STAR TREK, and the Best Traditions of STARFLEET INTERNATIONAL, in participating in Project OTAFA-"Operation Teachers Aid For Afghanistan" Volunteer Project that benefited children seeking to attend Elementary-level education in that War-torn impoverished Afghanistan
 
USS Reprisal NCC-1896-for demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of STAR TREK, and the Best Traditions of STARFLEET INTERNATIONAL, in participating in Project OTAFA-"Operation Teachers Aid For Afghanistan" Volunteer Project that benefited children seeking to attend Elementary-level education in that War-torn impoverished Afghanistan.
 
USS Flying Fortress NCC-31904-for demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of STAR TREK, and the Best Traditions of STARFLEET INTERNATIONAL, in participating in Project OTAFA-"Operation Teachers Aid For Afghanistan" Volunteer Project that benefited children seeking to attend Elementary-level education in that War-torn impoverished Afghanistan
 
Bennu Station SFR-119-for demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of STAR TREK, and the Best Traditions of STARFLEET INTERNATIONAL, in participating in Project OTAFA-"Operation Teachers Aid For Afghanistan" Volunteer Project that benefited children seeking to attend Elementary-level education in that War-torn impoverished Afghanistan
 
Nikola Tesla NCC-SS005-for demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of STAR TREK, and the Best Traditions of STARFLEET INTERNATIONAL, in participating in Project OTAFA-"Operation Teachers Aid For Afghanistan" Volunteer Project that benefited children seeking to attend Elementary-level education in that War-torn impoverished Afghanistan
 
 
SFMC HQ's Staff -for demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of STAR TREK, and the Best Traditions of STARFLEET INTERNATIONAL, in participating in Project OTAFA-"Operation Teachers Aid For Afghanistan" Volunteer Project that benefited children seeking to attend Elementary-level education in that War-torn impoverished Afghanistan
 
USS Athena NCC-51896-for demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of STAR TREK, and the Best Traditions of STARFLEET INTERNATIONAL, in participating in Project OTAFA-"Operation Teachers Aid For Afghanistan" Volunteer Project that benefited children seeking to attend Elementary-level education in that War-torn impoverished Afghanistan.
 
USS Morning Star NCC-4126-for demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of STAR TREK, and the Best Traditions of STARFLEET INTERNATIONAL, in participating in Project OTAFA-"Operation Teachers Aid For Afghanistan" Volunteer Project that benefited children seeking to attend Elementary-level education in that War-torn impoverished Afghanistan.
 
 
USS Cydonia NCC-74687 -for demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of STAR TREK, and the Best Traditions of STARFLEET INTERNATIONAL, in participating in Project OTAFA-"Operation Teachers Aid For Afghanistan" Volunteer Project that benefited children seeking to attend Elementary-level education in that War-torn impoverished Afghanistan.
 
 
USS Accord NCC-1842-for demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of STAR TREK, and the Best Traditions of STARFLEET INTERNATIONAL, in participating in Project OTAFA-"Operation Teachers Aid For Afghanistan" Volunteer Project that benefited children seeking to attend Elementary-level education in that War-torn impoverished Afghanistan.
 
Asgard NCC-72402 -for demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of STAR TREK, and the Best Traditions of STARFLEET INTERNATIONAL, in participating in Project OTAFA-"Operation Teachers Aid For Afghanistan" Volunteer Project that benefited children seeking to attend Elementary-level education in that War-torn impoverished Afghanistan.
 
Charleston NCC-71813-for demonstrating the highest ideals and goals of STAR TREK, and the Best Traditions of STARFLEET INTERNATIONAL, in participating in Project OTAFA-"Operation Teachers Aid For Afghanistan" Volunteer Project that benefited children seeking to attend Elementary-level education in that War-torn impoverished Afghanistan.
 
USS Asgard NCC-72402 - for outstanding  service and dedication to Trek Fandom and principles of STARFLEET  in 2002
 
Bennu Station SFR-119- for outstanding  service and dedication to Trek Fandom and principles of STARFLEET  in 2003
 
USS Renegade NCC-2547- for outstanding  service and dedication to Trek Fandom and principles of STARFLEET  in 2003
 
USS North Carolina  NCC-2547- for outstanding  service and dedication to Trek Fandom and principles of STARFLEET  in 2003
 
USS Gallifrey Science Department for outstanding  service and dedication to Trek Fandom and principles of STARFLEET  in 2003
 
USS Alaric NCC-503 for the creation of an exemplary cyber medium representing the talent, ability and dedication of the designer and the command staff in creating a Web site that best represents their Starship, STARFLEET Region One and STARFLEET for the Year 2003. This Excellence demonstrations the best traditions of STARFLEET Region One.
 
Shuttle Pride of Scotland  NCC-1896/3 for the creation of an exemplary cyber medium representing the talent, ability and dedication of the designer and the command staff in creating a Web site that best represents their Starship, STARFLEET Region One and STARFLEET for the Year 2003. This Excellence demonstrations the best traditions of STARFLEET Region One
 
2004  R1 Summit  Security - for conspicuous gallantry and service above the call of duty, this security deserves such recognition for their service at the Region 01 2004 Summit.
 
USS Jamestown NCC-1843-D- for outstanding  service and dedication to Trek Fandom and principles of STARFLEET  in 2004.
 
USS Alaric • NCC-503- for donations and contributions made to victims of the 2005 Gulf hurricane victims.
 
USS Heimdal • NCC-1793- for donations and contributions made to victims of the 2005 Gulf hurricane victims.
 
USS Ronald E. McNair • NCC-61809- for donations and contributions made to victims of the 2005 Gulf hurricane victims.
 
USS Renegade • NCC-2547 -USS Renegade was instrumental to doing the 2006 R1 summit. They provided the DJ service and equipment. They did the panel scheduling. They helped with decorating, panels, and all the misc little things that are needed to put on a summit (210606)
 
USS Lagrange • NCC: 3916 -For all the hard work, long hours and extreme dedicatrion during the R1 2006 Weekend on Risa Summit in maintaining Security.  (210606)
 
2006: - for outstanding service and dedication to Trek Fandom and STARFLEET
USS Hornet • NCC-1714-D
USS Liberator • NCC-75008
USS Ohio • NCC-75007
USS Ronald E. McNair • NCC-16809
 
USS Appomattox NCC-75001 - Helping out at the MDA Carnival nine years in a row. (210910.26)
 
USS Kitty Hawk NCC-1659 - Culmination of their summer food drive 9-30-09, delivering of 60+ lbs of food to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern Carolina. Also gave them a check in the amount of $50.00 that was from donations and sales of recycled aluminum. Collection of shoes, coats and other personal items for young people at a local school. (210911.02)
 
USS Lagrange NCC-3916 - Participation in the Barberton Ohio labor day parade- 2nd place most unusual category  (210911.02)
 
USS Heimdal NCC-1793 - Annual support of charities. Recycling of aluminum and donations of used printer ink cartridges to local Humane Society shelter. Sending a local middle school student to Space Camp. Emergency donations mad throughout the year to aid with relief in natural disaster or to replenish the shelves at the Salvation Army Food pantry. (211005.01)
 
 
All Region One Chapters -for outstanding service and dedication to Trek Fandom and principles of STARFLEET  in 2009. (211005.01)              
 
USS Hornet NCC-1714 D - 20 boxes for Operation Shoebox.(211005.01)
 
USS Arizona NCC-71839 - Adopting a family during the Christmas season. (211005.01)
 
USS Columbus NCC-72401- sent cards to Walter Reed Hospital, worked on toy drive, 6 lbs of soda can pop tops for RMH and box tops for education. (211005.01)
 
USS Starleague - 129 lbs of food collected for golden harvest food bank. (21105.01)
 
USS Lagrange NCC-3916 - Made a Merry Potter themed Christmas tree which was donated to and sold at auction for $400.00 at Akron's Children's Hospital. (211005.01)
 
USS Odin - Saving soda can pop tops for RMH and collecting toys for Toys for Tots. (211005.01)
 
USS Renegade - Collected food for Second Harvest food bank. (211005.01)
 
USS Jamestown - 143 food items and $180.00 to mayflower marathon for food bank. (211005.01)
 
USS Revelation - Toys for Tots and Operation Christmas Child.(211005.01)
 
USS Cumberland - For participation in the Rutherford County Relay For Life. Helping to man the booth and walked during the event. Unit raised $586.00 for cancer research. (211006.17)

USS Jurassic Engineering Dept. - Building and testing a couple of antennas for the annual field day event. This year they operated from Engineer Jerry's pontoon boat. The antenna proved to function well except for a couple of bands. (211105.14)

USS Jurassic - annual amateur radio field day weekend in June 2010. It involves setting up an amateur radio station and making as many contacts as possible during the weekend. (211005.14)

USS Revelation - USS Revelation bowling team for their participation in the Big Brothers/Big Sisters Give Kids a Chance Bowling tournement during April of 2010. Members bowled in uniform and raised over $200 for the organization. This is an ongoing effort by the crew of the Revelation. Members this year included: Fleet Captain Charlie Hess; Rear Admiral Melissa Larkin; Colonel Harold Spears; Vice Admiral Wade Larkin (211105.14)Larkin.

USS Odin - Donations of empty ink cartridges to Pet Smart charities, which help to shelter and care for abandoned pets. Donations of soda can pop tops for RMH.(211205.19)

USS North Carolina - Helping make a difference with a local food drive to help feed the hungry. (211205.19)

USS Columbia - For their efforts and achievements and service to SFI Region One for the year 2011 (211205.19)

USS Jurassic - For their efforts and achievements and service to SFI Region One for the year  2011 (211205.19)

USS Columbus - For their efforts and achievements and service to SFI Region One for the year 2011 (211205.19)

USS Lagrange - worked five food bank events and the Akron's Children's Hospital Tree Festival. Raised $2854.00 for chapter's charities. Food bank tables set up at Akron Comic Con, Jednota Club bowl-a-thon, Wizard World, Ghoulardi (211305.04)

USS Helen Pawlowski - donating yoplait yogurt lids for breast cancer research (201305.06)
 
USS Jurassic - For all  the volunteer work done by the Security/Medical dept and reporting on time each month for the year 2013.
 
USS Jurassic - For activities on the Jurassic and creating friendly relationships between the Alberni Space Port and the Jurassic. or being an active Communications dept.
 
 
 

 



 

Joint Meritorious Service Award

USS Asgard and USS Columbus in working with the Independent ship Maximillian on three separate fundraisers during 2001 including the Mid Ohio Food Pantry, the UN Association Festival and the Toys-for-Tots Campaign
 
The USS MAAT teamed up with the USS JAMESTOWN and the I.K.V. Bat'Leth to produce the charity event "Quark's Casino Royale." This was a night of fun and gaming that benefited the American Red Cross, SFI Stampede and the Overseas Coupon Program. Approximately 60 people attended the event. This event raised $322 for the American Red Cross, $2100 worth of coupons for the Overseas Coupon Program and more than 700 stamps for the Stampede.
 
The USS Francis Marion in concert with the IKV Resolute a chapter of the Klingon Armada International participated in a canned food drive. The drive ran from 10/02 until 11/02 and was to provide support and aide to local food banks. Between the USS Francis Marion and the IKV Resolute over 400 cans of food were raised for this endeavor.
 
 
USS Asgard and USS Columbus in working with the Independent ship Maximillian  and  Trek Galaxy -These four organizations worked together to collect funds and toys for Tots For Tots in 2002. They all participated in Trek Bowl, a bowling tournament organized by Trek Galaxy with all profits going to purchase toys. Members of all four organizations purchased toys or donated money to purchase toys. They held a raffle to raise money for this project.
 
USS Alaric, USS Appomattox, USS Charleston, USS Hornet, USS Starleague, USS Ronald E. McNair - For their willingness to assist with the Breakfast with Aliens sponsored by the SC State Museum 16 June 2007. Thereby bringing credit to their chapters and STARFLEET Region One. (210706) 
USS Appomattox - Working with the assistance of Lynchburg Suburban Woman's Club in the gathering and cutting of coupons for OCP.
Total this year $ 89,587.30 (210701.07)
 
USS Odin NCC-1875 - For participation with the MFS Edgar Cayce of the Polar Bear plunge supporting the Special Olympics in Portland oregon. (211005.01)

USS Alaric, USS Bonaventure, USS Dakota, USS Hornet, USS Maquis, USS Ronald E. McNair, USS StarRunner and USS Tiberius (R2) Recruitng efforts at Concarolinas 2010 (211005.14)

SS Robert de Bruce -Two members went to Klingon feast in Daytona Beach, Florida to represent SFI and the Robert de Bruce. Barry Jackson and CO of USS Victorious teamed up for the Synthehol contest and won (211305.40)'
 
USS Star League - In conjunction with the GRU Spanish Club participated in the annual charity gift wrap at Barnes and Noble bookstore to benefit Hispanic families in need.
 
 
 


 Meritorious Unit Commendation Award

USS COLUMBUS- for on-going excellence of duty in charitable and community service in STARFLEET Region One for 1998.

USS JURASSIC - Crocheting Afghan blankets and donating them to the Children's Hospital, the Red Cross and the Cincinnati Crisis Pregnancy Center. 

USS DOMINATOR – for outstanding and on-going community service projects with the OCP, ADA and the ARC

USS CHARLESTON  – The crew of the USS Charleston has annually given their time and talents to the following charities: The Adopt-A-Highway (3 times a year), The OCP (donating as much as 8327.15), The ADA Tour-De-Cure, The MS-Walk-A-Thon, The Ronald McDonald House (both donating aluminum cans and providing dinners to the families), The Low Country Food Bank (by resorting and inspecting food), and the American Red Cross by sponsoring Blood Drives and donating blood.

USS JAMESTOWN - for the past 19 years, her crew has help local  Charities such as the following: Children’s Hospital of the King's Daughters, the March of Dimes, the American Cancer Society, the Battered Women's Shelter and many others. They also collected coupon for the Over Sea Coupon Project and stamps for the SFI's Stampede  program. They collected food goods for the local Food Bank. The crew has visited local schools and talked about science and Sci-Fi to the students and other civil groups also.

USS REPRISAL - 2001 for the past few years, her crew has help local  Charities such as the following: Coat drive for the needy, Clothing drive for Goodwill, Uniforms for emergency workers if the 9-11 disaster, Medical books for a beginning ambulance service in Mexico, Collects money for the 9-11 fund, helped the Ronald McDonald Charities, the Salvation Army, sent items to those serving in the Military overseas as well as needy children overseas. And much much more to many many more!!

USS WEST VIRGINIA- (for the 2nd year in a row) furnished 100 coloring books for the summer reading program at the Dunbar Library, Dunbar, West Virginia. They hope the children at the library will enjoy them a lot, as they was a lot of love and time that went into making them. They were able to get both Staples and Office Max to help making the books, each make 50 copies for them. The book had 25 pages was loaded with animals and things to do.

USS REPRISAL - 2002 -Crew participated in the Toys-for-Tots campaign donating approximately 15 toys, and donating time to help collect the toys Crew participated in ;Operation Christmas Child; collecting 7 shoeboxes filled with small gifts, and candy for needy children Crew participated in ;Christmas Makers; were a child was given a Nintendo Gameboy for Christmas. Crew participated in "Warmer Hearts" were 3 winter coats were donated to needy children The crew donated 2 boxes of food to the 2nd Harvest Food Bank Collected coupons for the OCP approximately $200 (not turned in as of yet) A crewmember became a CPR instructor with the American Red Cross and volunteered for at least 5 hours teaching classes A crewmember is a CPR Instructor with the American Heart Association volunteering over 60 hours teaching the CPR and CPR Instructor;s course Crewmembers participated in the AHA ;Restart A Heart; campaign on Saturdays in Feb were over 300 persons were trained in CPR Members of the crew participating in ;The Chipping of the Green; a local project were old Christmas Trees are chopped into mulch for organic mulch beds Members had participated in ;Defenders Of Wildlife; over the year supporting proactive legislation that protects our nation;s wildlife Members celebrated Arbor Day planting a total of 5 trees on the 26th Members donated 14 bags of clothing to the Church Hill Clothes Closet Cadet Ashley Smith volunteered at the Church Hill Clothes Closet Cadet Ashley Smith volunteered at the Church Hill Food Pantry Crew participated in the March of Dimes Walk Crew participated in the Juvenile Diabetes Walk Crew participated in the American Heart Walk Crew participated in the Susan G Komen Walk Crew participated in the Lupus Research Walk Crew participated in a Walk for the battered Women's Shelter Crewmembers donated 2 cell phones and equipment to a Battered Women's Shelter Crew donated over 50 magazines to Veterans Organizations.

USS COMMONWEALTH • NCC-74670 -for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2004 by collecting $ 1,288.94  in coupons

USS CHARLESTON • NCC-71813--for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2004 by collecting $ 157,518.70   in coupons

USS HORNET • NCC-1714-D--for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2004 by collecting $ 6,400.00   in coupons

USS JAMESTOWN • NCC-1843-D-for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2004 by collecting $ 74,856.67   in coupons.
 
USS LIBERATOR • NCC-75008--for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2004 by collecting  $ 5,217.77   in coupons
 
USS MAAT • NCC-1794-A-for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2004 by collecting $ 14,427.67   in coupons
 
USS OHIO • NCC-75007-for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2004 by collecting $ 17,183.47  in coupons as well as ongoing community service in their local community and worldwide. Locally, we started collecting Box Tops for Education and Campbell’s Labels that we give to a local school. We still collect can tabs for Ronald McDonald House, now giving them to a local House. We answered phones for the local PBS station’s telethons. Some of us, through our club’s amateur radio license, continued to help with emergency communications through Skywarn and Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) and as communications volunteers for marathons, bike rallies and parades. We also helped give Volunteer Examiner amateur radio testing to the community. Regionally, we sent lap robes to help the USS Jurassic with their lap robes for veterans project and sent candy to the USS Hornet for Operation: Christmas Child. In the worldwide community, we restarted sending coupons to two bases through the Overseas Coupons Project. Through our membership in the Eagle Squadron, we sent 3 each of 6 items to the wounded at Walter Reed Army Medical Center for the 2004 Eagles Aid Project and for the 2004 Eagles Wings Project had our names put on large support posters for Troops of the 25th Infantry Division (Light) and the United States Marines of 1st Marine Division in Iraq and Afghanistan along with wounded troops at Walter Reed Army Medical Center and the National Naval Medical Center. We also sent 16 items and a Christmas card each to two soldiers in Afghanistan and Iraq.
 
USS RENEGADE • NCC-2547-for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2004 by collecting $ 5,940.40   in coupons
 
USS Ronald E. McNair • NCC-61809- for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2004 by collecting $ 3,850.00   in coupons
 
USS Commonwealth NCC 74670 -For donating their time to the Salvation Army as bell ringers during the 2004 holiday season. The crew raise $80.00 for the Salvation Army. (210506)
 

USS Ohio NCC 75007 -For the following projects collected Box Tops For Education and Campbell’s Labels for a Lincoln School and can tabs for the Ronald McDonald House in Cleveland;  answered phones for the local PBS station’s telethons; helped with the Barberton Library’s Open House; held our first Amateur Radio Field Day with the ship’s callsign to show the community how amateur radio could help in an emergency. ; Crewmembers were part of the Akron Red Cross Radio Club and ARES to help with Skywarn and other local community events and emergency communications and help give Volunteer Examiner testing for others to get their amateur radio license. And many other community and SFI endeavors (210603)

USS Arizona • NCC-71839 - Collecting of Yoplait yogurt covers for breast cancer research, soda can pop tops for the RMH. Each year during the Christmas holiday season they adopt a single parent family. In 2006 they gave cookware to the mother of their adopted family. 210704.21

USS Hornet - For continuous work with the Operation Christmas Child Shoebox project. (210711.13)

USS Ohio • NCC-75007- Collecting of soda can pop tops for RMH, box tops for education, and Campbell's soup labels. Answered phone at for local PBS station ten years in a row. Crew members part of the Akron Red Cross radio club and ARES to help with Skywarn and emergency communications. Assists with administering amateur radio tests to the community. 210704.21

USS Charleston • NCC-80114 - For their assistance to the Red Cross RSVP in getting baby items to the neo unit at MUSC and also for making baby items such as booties, blankets and gowns which is an ongoing activity. 2006

USS Appomattox  for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2007 by collecting $ 277,933.50   in coupons

USS Columbus  for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2007 by collecting $ 6,073.76  in coupons

USS Jamestown  for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2007 by collecting $ 73,576.00  in coupons

USS Ronald E. McNair  for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2007 by collecting $ 3,627.35   in coupons

unity so others could get their license. Donated coupons for OCP. (211005.01)

USS Ohio NCC-75007 -  Collecting of Box Tops for Education and Campbell's labels for Education that went to support the school of their cadet. Collecting of Acme  receipts, which they gave to the Barberton Public library. CO began recycling newspapers and magazines for the library. She continued to give amateur radio testing to the community. XO donated bleach to a local animal rehabilitation center and gave hats and gloves to the less fortunate in the community. One of their newest members walked in the Relay for Life for cancer awareness.

Cadet Corps USS Starleague - OCP coupons, recycling, participating in First Flight to make them aware of flight and space, weapons training (laser tag) (211005.14)

USS Star League - Support of Heartsong and Molly's Militia, Golden Harvest Food Bank, coupons for OCP, sending care packages overseas, recycling cans and bottle tops (211005.14)

 

USS Liberator  - for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2007 by collecting $ 18,370.00  in coupons

USS Rutledge - for outstanding participation with Operation Eagle.(210712.20)

USS Appomattox  for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2008 by collecting $ 80,143.75  in coupons

USS Columbus   for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2008 by collecting $ 14,798.01  in coupons

USS Jurassic   for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2008 by collecting $ 81.75  in coupons

USS Liberator   for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2008 by collecting $ 7,963.17 in coupons

USS Ronald E. McNair  for outstanding and on-going participation with the Overseas Coupon Program in 2008 by collecting $ 1,243.10  in coupon

USS Hornet  20 boxes for Operation Shoebox 2009 (211002.19)

USS Kitty Hawk  Donation of supplies and $250.00 to ESL teacher to help purchase supplies for needy students 2009 (211002.19)
 
USS
Ronald E. McNair Box tops for education, 595 stamps for Stampede, Toys for Tots, visit to veteran's hospital with Christmas gifts 2009
(211002.19)

USS Ohio NCC-75007 Collecting of Box Tops for Education and Campbell's labels for Education that went to support the school of their cadet. Collecting of a local store's receipts for one of their cadet's school to make money. Held a food drive for a local food pantry and saved can tabs. Support of the local Metroparks by being part of their annual Spring Spree For All walk and attending many of their programs. CO took refresher training in Skywarn to know the latest on reporting severe weather to National Weather Service. CO with her Amateur Radio license gave tests to the comm

USS Heimdal - The Heimdal annually participates in a tremendous amount of community service.Have at least one Community Service Program at a meeting advertsied & open to the public. In 2010 program was on CERT - Community Emergency Response Teams & presented by Heimdal Chief Engineer who is a CERT member.Through annual fundraisers, the Heimdal sponsored 10 charities at Christmas ... some more often:Amherst Humane Society shelterLynchburg Humane Soc. shelterSleepy Hollow "No Kill" Cat ShelterSalvation Army Food Pantry (several times a year)Social Services Welfare Child ChristmasGleaning for the World (2 donations of goods & money)UVA Pediatric Cystic Fibrosis FundFriends of the Madison Heights LibraryBirds of Prey Resuce, Inc.Campbell County Angel Tree ChildHiemdal's Space Camp ProgramCO Linda Smith has featured the Salvation Army, Gleaning for the World & Lynchburg Social Service Christmas Children's Fund on her cable TV talk show, "Lynchburg Live."Chapter recycling program pays for sponsoring one annual charity. Recycling used ink jet cartridges donates $2 per cartridge to the local animal shelter. Sent a local high school student to Space Camp for 6 days in July 2010. Made additional emergency donation to the Salvation Army Food Pantry.(211105.14)

 

 

USS Star League - held several food drives in 2013. Raised just over $2,000.00. Gift wrapping at Barnes and Noble bookstore, donations to Toys for Tots.


 
 
 
 
 

  Final Frontier Award
 

 


USS OHIO  NCC-75007-For its continual endeavors to educate and stay abreast of the of space exploration and astronomy issues. During the past year this valiant crew regular missions to a local observatory to observe and scan space and support the local astronomy club. You are also being cited for your continual endeavors of educating the crew about your discoveries. (210403) 

USS OHIO NCC-75007 -We talk about what's happening in the fields of space and astronomy during meetings. Information is put in the newsletter each month as to what happened the month before having to do with space and astronomy. Crewmembers go to a local observatory to learn about astronomy and support a local astronomy club. (210502) 

USS GALLIFREY  NCC-81631 - for their constant support, participation, and communication in and with NASA and their monthly programs over the last year. (210603)

USS Ohio NCC-75007- Away missions to local observatory to educate themselves about astronomy and 
telescopes as well as support a local astronomy club. Monthly newsletter contains a column dedicated to events pertaining to space, astronomy and science. 210704.21

USS Appomattox - For the inclusion of the space program and space science in their newsletter. (210905.16)

Captain Carnell Eubanks - USS Starleague - Planned and carried out a misison to have a card signed by SFI and community to send best wishes to the astronauts on the last shuttle launch. Viewed shuttle launches at KSC and articles in the CQ about space program (211005.14)

USS Starleague - supporting best wishes card mission to shuttle astronauts (211005.14)

USS Heimdal - Heimdal promotes today's space program by attempting to interest students in our area in the space program & bringing the space program to the attention of the public. Depending on the success of the Heimdal's Annual Charity Auction & other fundraisers, the chapter offers a scholarship to a local middle school or high school student annually ... including home schooled students ...to Space Camp in Huntsville, AL for a week. The cost to the Heimdal, including registration, a flight suit & $300 in travel funds is roughly $1350. The scholarship is publicized within the local schools. Students are asked to write essays ... 500 words or less on why they want to go to Space Camp. Essays are read by the Heimdal's Space Camp Committee & a winner is chosen.A local TV talk show features the winning student annually & the scholarship is advertised in the Heimdal's newsletter.Because of the community & school awareness of the scholarship, the Heimdal is bringing attention to today's space program & promoting a scholarship that may interest one of our recipients in becoming involved in the space program as a career.This is a tremendous educational opportunity for the student who is recipient of the scholarship.This Heimdal program is a positive reflection on the Heimdal & Starfleet & adds to our credibility within the community.

USS Heimdal - sending a 13 yr old girl to space camp in 2013. November 2013 local college astronomy and physics professor was guest speaker a meeting.  July 2013 local tv meteorologist spoke at a meeting.

 


Campaign Citation


USS Charleston– with USS Rouge Phoenix (Region 2) assisted in SETI Trek V Convention and engaged in Fund Raising Competition to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis in 1997. 

USS Jamestown– On April 21, 2001, the USS Jamestown and the IKV Bat'Leth held a Klingon- STARFLEET Blood Feud "Blood Drive for the American Red Cross" at the Virginia Air and Space Center. A total of 156 pints of blood were donated at the event.

USS Asgard & USS Columbus –-for raising funds for the Civil War Preservation Trust to save the hallowed ground at the site of the Second Manassas Battle

During the R-1 2003 Summit members of the USS Reprisal NCC-1896 competed with 4 other units in the Jolly Roger Contest. This event was planned by the summit staff, and money was raised for various charities by voting for the best flag. Over $50 was raised for the R-1 Relief Fund. The USS Reprisal was the victor of the competition, and the following crewmembers spent a great deal of time and energy on this project.

USS Bonaventure NCC-27419 - During Stellarcon 32, March 2008 the Bonaventure challenged KAG, specifically the the Dark Moon Fleet, to donate items to Stellarcon's charity auction, which annually raises money for Hospice of High Point, NC. The Bonaventure crew rose to the challenge and delivered several shuttle loads of items for the auction, thereby winning the charity challenge.

IVK Kem'pec - The IVK Kem' pec is a local independent Star Trek Klingon group who does a great deal of charity work. This year the K'mPec challenged the Columbus to a school supply drive where each club would collect school supplies for whatever school needed assistance with supplies. The K'mPec collected 1,187 items to the Columbus' 232 items, the declared winner of the challenge by both clubs were the children who received the school supplies.(211010.20)

USS Columbus - This past year we were in a challenge with the IKV Kem'pec for school supplies. Both clubs collected schools supplies to assist needy children. The clubs donated the supplies to 2 different places, the Columbus adopted the Hawthorne School and the Kem'pec donated to St. Stevens Community House. (211112.28)


"E" Enterprise Ribbon
 

Reprisal Tug-of-War Team- USS REPRISAL NCC-1896  - For being the Regional 'Tug-O-War' Champs at the 1998 Region One Summit.

Science Department - USS CHARLESTON NCC-71813 SFR01 (9208.22)  - For defeating the USS Charleston Security Department in a Brains Vs Brawn Bowling match.

Command Department - USS CHARLESTON NCC-71813 SFR01(9903.21)  - For defeating the USS Charleston Science Department in a Brains Vs Brawn Bowling match.

Crew of USS Charleston  NCC-71813 -  The Crew of the USS Charleston bested the Crew of the shuttle Hokalini in a friendly bowling in the Fall 2000 Bowling Challenge match.

Reprisal Tug-of-War Team- USS REPRISAL NCC-1896 ( Action - For being the Regional 'Tug-O-War' Champs at the 2002 Region One Summit

 USS Starleague won the Enterprise award for winning the golf tournamemt. USS Ronald E. McNair has held fun day and miniature golf challenge at the local Frankie's Fun Park Amusement area and we invite all the local SC/NC chapters to come and participate. As well as playing miniature golf we play games in the arcade, laser tag, go carts and eat lunch. May 2006

USS Ronald E. McNair won the USS Ronald E. McNair Golf Tournament. In addition the follow chapters were in attendance. ISS MacArthur (R2), USS Hornet, USS Charleston and USS Starleague. May 2007

USS Reprisal - 2008 R1 summit  tug of war winner

USS Reprisal - 2009 R1 summit tug of war winner

USS Revelation -2010 R1 summit tug of war winner

 USS Star League - Winner of the 2012 McNair mini golf challenge


 
 
 
 
 
 


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