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Monday, February 28, 2011

What's Happening? 27 February - 5 March

Events, Activities, and Workshops on Camp Lejeune & MCAS New River

27 February -
         Camp Lejeune:
  • 0700- 2-man Best Ball Blind Draw Golf - Paradise Point Golf Course- Cost $10 not including cart or greens fees. Tee-off is at 0830.
        New River:

28 February
     Camp Lejeune:
  • 1300-1500: MCCS Warehouse "Yard Sale" Preview.Corner of West Road and Birch Street. Electronics, furniture, rec equipment, and more! Click here to see the flyer!

        New River:
  • 1030- LINKS for Parents & Extended Family - New River Chapel Annex. Orientation to the Marine Corps lifestyle and help in understanding the unique challenges of military life. For more info, call 449-5343/4676.
  • 1900-New River vs Camp Geiger Bowling Challenge! at Air Station Bowling Center. Think you can bowl, Marines? Come out and see who has the best team! Call 449-5145 for info.
1 March
     Camp Lejeune:
  • 0700: MCCS Warehouse Property "Yard" Sale Shopping Day!
  • 0830: Stress Management Workshop: Health Promotion, Bldg 302. Learn to identify the causes and symptoms of stress and to successfully manage life's major stressors. Free! Open to all ID card holders. Call 451-2865 for information
  • 1000: Well Baby Clinic: Tarawa Terrace Community Center. They will weigh and measure your child and answer any questions you have about your baby's health. FREE clothing exchange!
  • 1800: FREE Movie Night! "Knight & Day"- Camp Johnson Library. PG-13. It's a great movie...and it's free!
      New River:
  • 0930: Making Children Mind Without Losing Yours - Part III- Marine & Family Annex (AS-232) FREE! Workshop based on teachings of Dr. Kevin Leman. Learn to face behavioral challenges successfully. Call  449-4702 for more information.
2 March
    Camp Lejeune:
  • 0830: Anger Management Workshop: Health Promotions, Bldg. 302. Got anger? Learn to understand the root of your anger and how to express it appropriately. Free and open to all ID card holders. For information, call 451-2865.
  • 1600: Dr. Seuss's Birthday Party! Harriotte B Smith Library. All children ages 5-10 are invited. Please pre-register by calling 910-451-3026 or swing by the library!
  • 1830: Beyond the Brief Workshop Series: MCFTB Office Bldg LC 4012-A Butler Drive, Midway Park. Educate yourself on the difference between Combat Stress vs Post-traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), the symptoms of both, how to handle them, and when to be concerned. Childcare will be offered if you call the childcare center in advance.  Call 451-0176 to register.
    New River:
  • 0800: Domestic Violence Training: Marine & Family Programs Bldg (AS-90). Representatives will provide education, support and awareness information. For more information, or to register, call 449-6110.
  • 0830: Pre-Marital Workshop: New River MCFTB (AS-232). A workshop for engaged couples. Learn to invest in your marriage, what predicts divorce, communication skills, financial responsibilities and more! Fore more information or to register, call 449-5343.
  • 1100: EFMP Workshop: New River Marine & Family Annex (AS-232). Meet Attorney for the EFMP, Vickie O'Brien, and learn how she can assist you and other EFMP families! Lunch will be served. Call 449-4894.
  • 1600: Dr. Seuss's Birthday Celebration: Station Library. Stories, games, fun, and cake! Ages 3 and up are invited. Call 449-6715.
3 March
      Camp Lejeune:
  • 1300: Taking Control of Your Finances Workshop: Bldg 302. on Holcomb Blvd. Covers the basics of starting a personal finance plan, understanding your pay, and creating a budget. Free and open to all ID card holders. Please register at 910-451-2865.
  • 1630: Naval Hospital Fertility Seminar: at the OB/GYN Clinic in the main hospital. 90-minute introduction to the Creighton Model of fertility care for couples or single women that would like to learn more about natural planning. Call 910-450-4564 to register.
  • 1900: Build Resiliency in  your Children! Meet Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg! Russell Marine & Family Center Auditorium. Read an article about Dr. Ginsburg and what this workshop offers here. Don't miss this - learn to help your children adapt to the military lifestyle. Open to all ID card holders. Please, no children at the event. There will be care at Brewster CDC, please call in advance 450-8467.
     New River:
  • 1000: Pre-School Story Time at the Station Library: Bldg AS-213. Stories, crafts, and games. Open to ages 3-5.
4 March
      Camp Lejeune:
  • 0900: Budget for Baby Workshop: Workforce Learning Center Bldg 524. Learn budgeting techniques and the effect a baby has on a family's finances. A FREE layette will be given to all USMC/USN families who attend and are expecting. The layettes contain brand name infant items and a handmade blanket. Call 451-5346/5584 to register.
  • 1130: EFMP Meet & Greet: Russell Marine & Family Services Center, Room 136. This will be a regular event on the first Friday of each month. Come meet other EFMP families and learn more about base resources. Free childcare with advance registration. Call 451-2672. Refreshments provided. EFMP
    New River:

5 March
      Camp Lejeune:
  • MFCU Team Camp Lejeune 2011 Qualifier at Paradise Point Golf Course!
  • 1300: Cooking Class- Breakfast in Bed: Midway Park Community Center. Open to ages 10 and up. Please register in advance. 451-1807.
  • 1300: ROCK ON! Climbing Wall Class: Courthouse Bay Climbing Wall. Learn belaying and climbing techniques. Open to ages 18+. Space is limited. Please register - 440-7447/7454
        New River:
  • 0900: Babysitter's Training Class: New River Youth & Teen Activity Center. Cost: $35. Ages 11-18. Learn skills and gain confidence to care for infants and school-aged children. Videos, activities, hands-on training, and discussions. Now offering CPR & First Aid training with this class.
Make it a great week! We have so many great activities and learning opportunities!

Beth Jones Hampstead and Camp Lejeune REALTOR
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# posted by Beth Jones @ 8:41 AM

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Six Boys and Thirteen Hands. The Raising of the Flag on Mount Suribachi

This came to me in an email. I'm not sure who wrote it, but it is an incredible story. Today (February 23, 2011)  is the anniversary date of the raising of the flag on Mount Suribachi (1945), so I thought I would share it with you.

Six Boys And Thirteen Hands...

Each year I am hired to go to Washington , DC , with the eighth grade class from Clinton , WI where I grew up, to videotape their trip. I greatly enjoy visiting our nation's capitol, and each year I take some special memories back with me. This fall's trip was especially memorable. 

On the last night of our trip, we stopped at the Iwo Jima memorial. This memorial is the largest bronze statue in the world and depicts one of the most famous photographs in history -- that of the six brave soldiers raising the American Flag at the top of a rocky hill on the island of Iwo Jima , Japan , during WW II.
Over one hundred students and chaperones piled off the buses and headed towards the memorial. I noticed a solitary figure at the base of the statue, and as I got closer he asked, 'Where are you guys from?' 
I told him that we were from Wisconsin . 'Hey, I'm a cheese head, too! Come gather around, Cheese heads, and I will tell you a story.'

(It was James Bradley who just happened to be in Washington , DC , to speak at the memorial the following day. He was there that night to say good night to his dad, who had passed away. He was just about to leave when he saw the buses pull up. I videotaped him as he spoke to us, and received his permission to share what he said from my videotape. It is one thing to tour the incredible monuments filled with history in Washington , DC , but it is quite another to get the kind of insight we received that night.)
When all had gathered around, he reverently began to speak. (Here are his words that night.)

'My name is James Bradley and I'm from Antigo, Wisconsin . My dad is on that statue, and I just wrote a book called 'Flags of Our Fathers' which is #5 on the New York Times Best Seller list right now. It is the story of the six boys you see behind me. 

'Six boys raised the flag. The first guy putting the pole in the ground is Harlon Block. Harlon was an all-state football player. He enlisted in the Marine Corps with all the senior members of his football team. They were off to play another type of game. A game called 'War.' But it didn't turn out to be a game. Harlon, at the age of 21, died with his intestines in his hands. I don't say that to gross you out, I say that because there are people who stand in front of this statue and talk about the glory of war. You guys need to know that most of the boys in Iwo Jima were 17, 18, and 19 years old - and it was so hard that the ones who did make it home never even would talk to their families about it.

(He pointed to the statue) 'You see this next guy? That's Rene Gagnon fromNew Hampshire. If you took Rene's helmet off at the moment this photo was taken and looked in the webbing of that helmet, you would find a photograph..a photograph of his girlfriend. Rene put that in there for protection because he was scared. He was 18 years old. It was just boys who won the battle of Iwo Jima . Boys. Not old men. 
'The next guy here, the third guy in this tableau, was Sergeant Mike Strank. Mike is my hero. He was the hero of all these guys. They called him the 'old man' because he was so old. He was already 24. When Mike would motivate his boys in training camp, he didn't say, 'Let's go kill some Japanese' or 'Let's die for our country.' He knew he was talking to little boys.. Instead he would say, 'You do what I say, and I'll get you home to your mothers.'

'The last guy on this side of the statue is Ira Hayes, a Pima Indian from Arizona . Ira Hayes was one of them who lived to walk off Iwo Jima . He went into the White House with my dad. President Truman told him, 'You're a hero' He told reporters, 'How can I feel like a hero when 250 of my buddies hit the island with me and only 27 of us walked off alive?'
So you take your class at school, 250 of you spending a year together having fun, doing everything together. Then all 250 of you hit the beach, but only 27 of your classmates walk off alive. That was Ira Hayes. He had images of horror in his mind. Ira Hayes carried the pain home with him and eventually died dead drunk, face down, drowned in a very shallow puddle, at the age of 32 (ten years after this picture was taken). 
'The next guy, going around the statue, is Franklin Sousley from Hilltop, Kentucky . A fun-lovin' hillbilly boy. His best friend, who is now 70, told me, 'Yeah, you know, we took two cows up on the porch of the Hilltop General Store. Then we strung wire across the stairs so the cows couldn't get down. Then we fed them Epsom salts. Those cows crapped all night.' Yes, he was a fun-lovin' hillbilly boy. Franklin died on Iwo Jima at the age of 19. When the telegram came to tell his mother that he was dead, it went to the Hilltop General Store. A barefoot boy ran that telegram up to his mother's farm. The neighbors could hear her scream all night and into the morning. Those neighbors lived a quarter of a mile away.

'The next guy, as we continue to go around the statue, is my dad, John Bradley, from Antigo, Wisconsin , where I was raised. My dad lived until 1994, but he would never give interviews. When Walter Cronkite's producers or the New York Times would call, we were trained as little kids to say 'No, I'm sorry, sir, my dad's not here. He is in Canada fishing. No, there is no phone there, sir. No, we don't know when he is coming back.' My dad never fished or even went to Canada . Usually, he was sitting there right at the table eating his Campbell 's soup. But we had to tell the press that he was out fishing He didn't want to talk to the press.

'You see, like Ira Hayes, my dad didn't see himself as a hero. Everyone thinks these guys are heroes, 'cause they are in a photo and on a monument. My dad knew better. He was a medic. John Bradley from Wisconsin was a combat caregiver. On Iwo Jima he probably held over 200 boys as they died. And when boys died on Iwo Jima , they writhed and screamed, without any medication or help with the pain.
'When I was a little boy, my third grade teacher told me that my dad was a hero. When I went home and told my dad that, he looked at me and said, 'I want you always to remember that the heroes of Iwo Jima are the guys who did not come back. Did NOT come back.' 

'So that's the story about six nice young boys. Three died on Iwo Jima , and three came back as national heroes. Overall, 7,000 boys died on Iwo Jima in the worst battle in the history of the Marine Corps. My voice is giving out, so I will end here. Thank you for your time.' 

Suddenly, the monument wasn't just a big old piece of metal with a flag sticking out of the top. It came to life before our eyes with the heartfelt words of a son who did indeed have a father who was a hero. Maybe not a hero for the reasons most people would believe, but a hero nonetheless. 

We need to remember that God created this vast and glorious world for us to live in, freely, but also at great sacrifice . Let us never forget from the Revolutionary War to the current War on Terrorism and all the wars in-between that sacrifice was made for our freedom...please pray for our troops.

Remember to pray praises for this great country of ours and also ...please pray for our troops still in murderous places around the world. 

STOP TODAY and be thankful for being alive and being free due to someone else's sacrifice.

God Bless You and God Bless America .

REMINDER: Everyday that you can wake up free, it's going to be a great day.

One thing I learned while on tour with my 8th grade students in DC that is not mentioned here is . . that if you look at the statue very closely and count the number of 'hands' raising the flag, there are 13. When the man who made the statue was asked why there were 13, he simply said the 13th hand was the hand of God. 
Beth Jones Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River area REALTOR
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# posted by Beth Jones @ 9:02 AM

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Trying to help your child adapt to military life? Don't miss this!

Renowned pediatrician, psychologist to visit Lejeune, teach child resiliency

Cpl. Jonathan G. Wright, Marine Corps Base

MARINE CORPS BASE CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. — It is an old Marine Corps adage that, "If the Corps wanted you to have a spouse, it would have issued you one."
While marriage to a service member has its own obstacles to overcome as compared to having a civilian spouse, the trials of being a military child dealing with parents’ deployments and periodic moves can sometimes become overwhelming. This may indeed be the case for many Marine and Navy families aboard the largest Marine Corps installation on the East Coast.
This is why Dr. Kenneth Ginsburg, M.D., MD Ed, a nationally-renowned pediatrician and psychiatrist, will be visiting Jacksonville High School from 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. and the Russell Marine and Family Center Auditorium aboard Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune from 7 to 8:30 p.m., March 3, to present his seminar on how to raise resilient children in military-oriented lifestyles.
"He’s an absolute expert on what he teaches," said David Schock, regional school liaison officer for Marine Corps Installations East. "He helps families cope with their loved ones being away and teaches how to better raise their children on their own."
Specializing in Adolescent Medicine at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Ginsburg uses a blend of humor and real-life scenarios to educate others on what a child might be going through growing up in a military household but reluctant to tell about.
In the one and a half hour class, attendees will be exposed to everyday strategies in recognizing when a child may be at risk and developing the seven C’s in a maturing child; competence, confidence, connection, character, contribution, coping and control.
"(Ginsburg) has worked with military children for many years and has recently focused on learning the culture of Marine Corps families and what the children go through during a parental deployment," said Sarah Wiltgen, deputy director of Marine and Family Programs. "He’s really good about giving take-home strategies and pointers on the impact of family and deployment stressors in children."
Resiliency is the ability for children to learn how to adapt to changing situations; something that is crucial to the modern military child.
Ginsburg, at no cost to the base, is ensuring Camp Lejeune families are aware of the impacts, both recognizable and not, being such a child will have in their maturing stages.
"Military children move an average of six to eight times during their 13 years of schooling," said Schock. "There are approximately 2.1 million military children throughout the world, and half of that population is under 10 years of age. They have the possibility of only knowing war and living with deployment stress and the loss of support all their lives."
With another major Lejeune-based deployment on the horizon, Ginsburg is aiming to further equip military families with the tools they will need in raising their children in a time of war and be more confident in recognizing when deployment stress may become too heavy.
For more information regarding Dr. Ginsburg’s visits, call Schock at 449-9748, or Julie Fulton, the base school liaison officer, at (910) 449-9915.

Beth Jones Camp Lejeune and MCAS area REALTOR
SOLD Buy the Sea Realty
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# posted by Beth Jones @ 4:11 PM

Sunday, February 20, 2011

What's Happening? 20 February - 26 February 2011

Events and Activities on Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River this week!

20 February 
  • Camp Lejeune:
    • 0700 - 2-man 9-9 at Paradise Point Golf Course. Cost $10 not including greens fees and cart 
  • New River:
    • 1000 - SMP: Paintball Tournament @ Cherry Point Paintball Fields. $20 includes             transportation, equipment rental, and all day play. Call 449-5145 to reserve your spot
21 February - PRESIDENT'S DAY!

22 February -
  • Camp Lejeune
    • 1830 - Challenging Children Workshop - FREE! Russell Marine & Family Services. Bldg             40. Techniques to manage difficult behaviors. This workshop series will continue the 4th            Tuesday of every month. Call 451-4103 to register
  • New River
    • 0930 - Making Children Mind Without Losing Yours - Part II. Marine & Family Annex.              FREE! Based on teachings of Dr. Kevin Leman. Call 449-4702 to register.
    • 0930 - Crazy Care Packages - They have the boxes, tape, and cricket machine to make             posters, pictures, cards, and letters. Bring your loved one's favorite things, or shop for a             themed care package. This month's themes are "Breakfast in Bed" "Luck of the Irish" or              "I'm Nuts about You" Call 449-5343 to register
    • 1200 - SMP: Trivia Tuesday @ New River Enlisted Club
    • 1815 - EFMP Workshop: Positive Behavior Supports. New River Marine & Family            Annex. Dinner will be served. Open to all EFMP family members.  Register by            calling 449-4894
23 February
  • Camp Lejeune
    • 0830: Nutrition Basics workshop: Health Promotions. Free to all ID card holders. Call             451-2865 to register.
    • 1100: Challenging Children - Social Skills @ Marine & Family Services Center.              Workshop is free and provides insight into the actions of challenging children and how to             manage behaviors. Call 910-451-4103 for info and to register.
    • 1200: Camp Johnson Lunch N Books. Lunch is free. Enjoy the company and chat about the           book "One for the Money" - a hilarious love story by Janet Evanovich.. Register by            calling 450-0844. Book can be borrowed from the library.
    • 1830: Beyond the Brief Workshop Series - at Midway Park Family Team Building. This           week they will be discussing the process of CACO, when it is implemented, and why the           process works like it does. Spouses should feel free to ask any questions in this small            group setting. Call 451-0176 for more info and to register

  • New River
    • 0900- Family Readiness Assitant/Advisor Training Bldg AS 232 Family Team Building.           This class is for spouses that wish to volunteer for their unit and assist the FRO. Call            449-5343 to register.
    • 0900- Estate Planning Workshop Marine & Family Programs Bldg. This workshop is            designed to assist in ensuring that your finances are prepared for your retirement or            death. It will also discuss the importance of wills and power of attorneys. For more            information or to register, call 449-6110
    • 1300- Federal Resume (CHART) Workshop at New River Marine & Family Annex              Learn the ins and outs of the Dept of the Navy's online resume system. Learn to              format your resume & navigate applications. Call 449-6110 to register
24 February

  • Camp Lejeune
    • 0830 - Alcohol 101 Workshop - @ Bldg 302 (Health Promotions) - Learn to prevent alcohol related tragedies and letting alcohol negatively impact your life. Call 451-2865.
    • 1100- Lunch & Learn: African American War Hero - @ Bldg 524. Bring your lunch and           watch the movie "African American War Heroes - True Stories of Patriotism & Valor".            A facilitated discussion will follow
    • 1300- Investment Basics Workshop - Bldg 302 on Holcomb. Understand the process            involved in saving and investment planning. Free to ID holders. Call 451-2865.
    • 1700- Rock on! Climbing Wall Class - Courthouse Bay gym. FREE! Learn belaying &           climbing techniques. Ages 18+. Call  440-7447/7454. Space limited.
    • 1900- EFMP: Multiple Sclerosis Overview 2011- Marine & Family Services. Rm 139.           General overview of MS including types, diagnoses, symptoms, treatment, an                     management. You'll also learn about the programs offered by the National MS Society.           Call 451-4103 to register

  • New River
    • 0800- Welcome Aboard Brief - at New River Enlisted Club. Become oriented with your             new duty station and meet other new families!
    • 0900- Family Care Plan Workshop- at Family Team Building. Learn about the importance           of having a good family care plan in place. *Marine Corps Order 1740.13A requires al           single-parent Marines and dual active duty military couples to complete a Family Care            Plan. For more information or to register call 449-5343
25 February

  • Camp Lejeune
    • 0830 - RELAX! Health Promotions Bldg 302. Learn new techniques to let go and de-stress            Call 451-2865 to register
    • 1830 - FREE Movie Night! Alpha and Omega- Tarawa Terrace Community Center. Free!            Movie is PG. Bring the family and enjoy refreshments
  • New River
    • 0900- L.I.N.K.S for Marines - New River Chapel Annex. Learn to make the most of the            military lifestyle! Call 449-4676 for info and to register
    • 0900- Couples Reintegration Workshop- This class is free and open to all couples who           have experienced a homecoming or reunion in the last six months. Free childcare with           advanced registration. Call 449-5343 to pre-register
    • 1830- Kids & Deployment Valentine's Game Night - New River Chapel Annex. Get your           deployment off to a good start! Parents and kids will learn seperately and then come           back together to play games. Open to all parents and children kindergarten and up who            have a parent deployed. Free childcare for kids below age 5. Call 449-5343 to register.
26 February

  • Camp Lejeune
    • 0700 - 2-man Best Ball Pick Your Own @ Paradise Point Golf Course
    • 0830- Paintball at Sportsmans Lodge - Patrons 18 and under must be accompanied by           guardian. Cost $35 includes rental equipment. Depart from Goettge Memorial Field           House. Register at the Outdoor Adventures office in the Field House.
    • 0900- Family Fun Run - Tarawa Terrace Community Center. A "Smart Heart" Run!            Visit for more info
    • 1000- Travel Expo - Marston Pavilion- Prize drawings throughout the day. Grand prize            is a trip to Myrtle Beach!
  • New River
    • 0900 - Beyond the Brief: Taking Care of Your Own- featuring tips on home and car safety            and personal safety, too! New River Marine & Family Annex
    • 2000- UFC Fight Night!- New River Enlisted Club. FREE FOOD courtesy of SMP
Also, don't forget that MCCS Outdoor has teamed up with Topsail Charter to provide low-cost fishing trips for you and your friends...The weather is warming up - get out there and enjoy it!

Beth Jones Camp Lejeune and MCAS area REALTOR
SOLD Buy the Sea Realty
(910) 378-6468
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# posted by Beth Jones @ 9:16 AM

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Community Spotlight: Places to eat in Sneads Ferry, NC

Hungry? Your Guide to Restaurants in Sneads Ferry, NC

  • Rick's Bar & Grill - - An official Steeler's fan hangout (all others are welcome though!), Rick's menu offers an assortment of good eats. Try the crab dip as an appetizer! For dinner, you can opt for a tuna steak, or a big delicious burger. Rick's is a casual hangout. The bar features plenty of TVs for sports fans and occassionally has live music too!

  • The Atlantis - - a fine dining restaurant on Topsail Island with floor to ceiling windows offering incredible views of the Atlantic Ocean. Dress is resort casual. They offer steaks, local seafood, and pasta dishes, as well as an extensive wine list and specialty cocktails menu. Perfect for a romantic evening out! Open March through November for dinner only (5-10pm).

  • Bella Luna Bistro- - an oceanfront Italian restaurant and lounge on North Topsail Beach (not far from the high-rise bridge from Sneads Ferry) at the Villa Capriani. Bella Luna also features an outdoor cabana bar for poolside loungers. Delicious, traditional Italian dining!

  • The Greene Turtle - Fulcher's Landing Road. Right on the water in Sneads Ferry, the outside dining is a screened in patio and perfect for enjoying those summer evenings. Casual. They serve mostly seafood but offer other options as well!

  • Minervini's New York Bagel - a great place to pick up breakfast and grab lunch to-go for later! The staff will make your breakfast sandwich any way you like it or opt for a muffin, coffee cake, or croissant. Call ahead and it'll be ready when you get there. Minervini's also offers a deli stocked with great sandwich meat and lunch salads. Watch out for their Dixon Days where 15% of their proceeds get donated to Dixon Elementary School. Eat AND help your local schools at the same time!

Beth Jones Camp Lejeune and New River area REALTOR
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(910) 378-6468
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# posted by Beth Jones @ 12:17 PM

Monday, February 14, 2011

News from MARSOC Support Group

Some updates on area events, taxes, surveys, and Jane Wayne Day!

1) Jane Wayne Day, previously scheduled for 9 May, has been pushed to a fall date. Stay tuned!

2) Are you a military spouse looking for a job? Check out this article!

3) HQ Marine Corps has a survey open for spouses until February 18. Let them know what you need!

4) FREE Movie Day for MARSOC Families! Movie will be G-Rated so bring the kiddies. 21 March at 1000 at the base theatre on Camp Lejeune. Click here to view the invitation, RSVP, and vote for the movie selection!

5) Filing your taxes? Here's a free filing opportunity from Intuit. Click here for details.

6) SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY! Offered by Hope for the Warriors. Details here.

7) Want to support our MARSOC Support Group FRO as he runs in the ACT Today for Military Families 5k/10k event in San Diego? Funds raised will benefit military children with autism. Every little bit helps, click here to go to the donations page.

Save the date! Family Team Building presents an interactive resource fair. "When the pieces come together, military life gets even better!" 10 March in the auditorium at Russell Marine and Family Services on Camp Lejeune. It starts at 1300. Find out what tools are available for you and your families!

Beth Jones Hampstead and Camp Lejeune REALTOR
EXIT Homeplace Realty
(910) 378-6468
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# posted by Beth Jones @ 10:32 AM

Sunday, February 13, 2011

What's Happening? 13 February - 19 February, 2011

Events & Activites at Camp Lejeune, MCAS New River, and Stone Bay

13 February - @Lejeune -  0700: 2-man Big Game Scramble @ Paradise Point Golf Course
                                                      Cost: $10 (not including cart/greens fees)

                                            1700: GRAMMY Viewing Party @ HEROZ. Free food & prizes!

14 February- VALENTINE'S DAY! 
                      @Lejeune - 0830: How to Avoid Falling for a Jerk or Jerkette! @ Health
                                                   Promotions Building. Learn to build healthy relationships.

                     @NewRiver - 1030: L.I.N.K.S for Parents & Extended Family @ NR Chapel
                                                      Annex. A free orientation to the Marine Corps lifestyle.
                                                      Call 449-5343  for more information.

                                            1700: CANCELLED!!!! Due to low participation, the Valentine's
                                                      Dinner @ New River Landing Zone Officer's Club             

15 February- @Lejeune - 0830: Stress Management Workshop @ Health Promotions, Bldg 302
                                                    Free to all ID card holders. Call 451-2865 to register.

                    @New River-0900: L.I.N.K.S. for Spouses! (Day 1)  New River Chapel Annex.
                                                    Come learn about the military way of life! 2 day workshop.

                                         0930: Making Children Mind Without Losing Yours workshop
                                                   @ Marine & Family Annex. For more info, call 449-4702.

                                          1300: How to Start a Small Business - intro to business planning and
                                                    awareness workshop. @ New River Family & Marine Annex
                                                    Register by 2/14 by calling 449-6110.

16 February - @Lejeune- 0830: Anger Management workshop @ Health Promotion Bldg 302
                                                    Learn to manage anger instead of letting it control you. Open to
                                                    all ID card holders. Call 451-2865 to register.
                                           1830: Beyond the Brief Workshop Series: Understanding Finances
                                                     Strengthen your knowledge and build resiliency by learning to understand
                                                     the ways military life effects you! Midway Park. Call 451-0176.

                     @New River- 0830: PREP Couples Workshop @  Marine Corps Family Team Building
                                                      Learn strategies that will help build or enhance your relationship!
                                                      For more information or to register, call 449-5343. Space limited.
                                            0830: Baby Boot Camp! @ NR Chapel Annex. Transition into parenthood
                                                      with ease! Info from birth to one year. Call 449-4866.

                                           0900: L.I.N.K.S for Spouses - Day 2

17 February- @Lejeune- 0900: ABCs of Home Buying & Selling. MCCS Relocation Assistance
                                                   Classroom. Learn about VA loans, interest rates, what to look for,
                                                   and more! Call 910-449-9704 to register.
                                         1300: Taking Control of Your Finances workshop @ Bldg 302 Holcomb Blvd
                                                   Develop realistic personal and financial goals. Better understand military
                                                   pay! Call 910-451-2865 to register for this FREE class!

                @New River-  0830: PREP Couples Workshop - Day 2 @ MCFTB
                                        0830: Baby Boot Camp - Day 2! @ NR Chapel Annex

                                        1000: Pre-School Story Time at the Air Station Library. Ages 3-5

                                        1030: L.I.N.K.S for Parents & Extended Family. Learn more about the
                                                military lifestyle. Free! New River Chapel Annex. Call 449.5343.

                                        1900: Single Marine Program - Poker Night @ New River Enlisted Club

18 February - @Lejeune- 0900: Budget For Baby Workshop: @ Workforce Learn Center (Corner of
                                                    McHugh & O Streets) Call 451-5346/5584 to register.

                                          1830: Teen UN-Valentine's Lock-In @ Harriotte B Smith Library
                                                    Ends Saturday morning at 0930. Bring a sleeping bag! Must register and
                                                    fill out permission slip at library. Come destroy old romance novels, play
                                                    games, and watch sickening love movies!

                       @New River- 1730: While We Wait Club: Where in the World? @ MCFTB (AS-232)
                                                         Kindergarten through 5th grade welcome. Helping kids cope with
                                                         deployments! Space limited. Call 449-5343

19 February- @ Lejeune- 0700: Golf Scramble @ Paradise Point. Cost: $10 not including cart or greens
                                                     fees. Register on day of event.

                                          0800: Marine Combat Training Battalion 5k Challenge. Come join! The course
                                                    will be scenic and fun (and off-road!) and start at Camp Devil Dog
                                                    Click here to register online and challenge yourself!

                            1000: Family Swimming at Camp Johnson Pool! Class is designed to include
                                                    EVERYONE! Bring your ID and the whole family!

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# posted by Beth Jones @ 6:00 PM

Saturday, February 12, 2011

News from Sneads Ferry, NC

Valentine's day is upon us and the businesses in Sneads Ferry are amping up the specials! Support your village!

Capt Jim's Seafood Restaurant
316 Fulchers Landing Road
Sneads Ferry, NC
Monday thru Sat (6:30 a.m. to 11:00 am Breakfast)(Lunch 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m)
Sunday-Open 7 am to 3pm. (Breakfast Served till noon)
Thur Fri Sat Now Open All Day from 630 am to 8pm!!!
Valentine's Dinner Specials
 Saturday Night Feb 12 Open 5 pm to 9 pm

 Appetizer of the NightSea Scallops wrapped in Baconserved with our Spicy Seafood Sauce.

Dinner Entree's Broiled Flounder Stuffedwith Crabmeat Dressingserved with Asparagus Almondine

Shrimp and Grits served with BBQ Cabbage

Surf and Turf Seasoned Ribeye Steak with Grilled Shrimpserved with House Salad and Baked Potato

Chicken Cacciatore
served over Angel Hair Pasta


For Dessert we will have a  Double Fudge Brownie Topped with Vanilla Bean Ice Cream

Check out to register for the Village Newsletter and stay on top of all of the specials going on.

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# posted by Beth Jones @ 12:56 PM

Dixon High Wrestling, Holly Ridge, NC

The Daily News
Dixon is two wins shy of bringing home the NCHSAA 1-A state dual wrestling championship.
But those wins won’t come easy, a fact not lost on coach Dal Tomlinson, which means it’s also not lost on his Bulldogs.
“I’ve looked at all of the teams,” Tomlinson said. “We all have basically the same type of record and same type of wrestlers. Our good guys are their good guys. So it’s going to be a tough match. Whoever ends up winning I think they’re all going to be good, close matches.”
Still, the favorite has to be the host of the four-team semifinals and finals, West Wilkes, which beat Rosewood 60-10 in last year’s finals and lost to Topsail 44-28 in the championship two years ago.
Over the last three years the Blackhawks are 59-8.
“I would agree with that,” Tomlinson said of West Wilkes being the favorite. “Home advantage is big. I have asked all of my co-workers that if they know any of our former students that are in that part of the same, call them and tell them to come yell for us because it’s a big deal. You go up there and, of course, they’re jacked up. They’re state champions.”
West Wilkes will have to wait, however. The Bulldogs (20-6) take on North Rowan (18-3) at 2 p.m. in one of two regional matchups, with West Wilkes (17-3) battling Robbinsville (24-6) in the other semifinal.
The winners square off at about 5 p.m. for the state title.
North Rowan is led by two 2010 state qualifiers, Tyler Powers (125 pounds) and Thomas Fowler (160), according to coach Tim Pittman. Last Saturday, Powers beat defending state champ Daniel Hernandez of East Montgomery 5-2 in the 125-pound finals of the Yadkin Valley Conference tournament.
There are a couple interesting twists for the Bulldogs.
Dixon’s baseball team lost to West Wilkes in the three-game 1-A state finals series last year — a team that included right fielder Joey D’Zurilla, who is one of Dixon’s standout wrestlers at 171 pounds.
Also, West Wilkes assistant coach Mitch Stegall was a two-time state champion for the Bulldogs under then-coach Homer Spring — at 171 pounds.
Dixon will be seeking its fourth state title in just over two decades. The Bulldogs won what was then the combined 1-A/2-A state championships in 1990, 1992 and 1994 under Spring, who is now Dixon’s athletic director.
While he didn’t predict Dixon would bring back another title, Tomlinson said there’s no doubt in his mind the Bulldogs can win it all.
“I just told our guys looking at the stats from their guys and our guys and who they wrestled and who we wrestled, yeah, I think if we wrestle like we can, like we have the potential to, then, we can,” he said.
“But there’s no doubt in my mind it’s going to be just as tight as the other night with Central Academy (36-28 win in the second round). That if we win, it’s going to be a squeaker. But I also think we lose, it’ll be a squeaker.”
Tomlinson was asked what was the key for Dixon to win it.
 “The key (is) going to be if we have to lose some matches, then keep those matches at a minimal loss, meaning to keep them at the minor decision, major decision. No tech falls, no pins,” he said. “And then the matches that we can win, we need to pin. That is the key. And that is what the other coaches would say to their team, too.
“Keep the losses small, and keep the wins big.”
North Rowan advanced to the semifinals with victories over Pamlico 45-18 and Ayden-Grifton 43-28 while West Wilkes made it by downing Swain County 45-35 and Bishop McGuiness 42-25. Robbinsville downed Alleghany 63-13 and North Wilkes 57-13.

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# posted by Beth Jones @ 12:49 PM

News about MARSOC/Stone Bay

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Commandant considers MARSOC MOS

Corps may create special operations career path
By Gina Cavallaro - Staff writer
Posted : Monday Feb 7, 2011 5:45:31 EST

CAMP LEJEUNE, N.C. — Marines who would like to forge a career as a MARSOC special operator may soon have their wish granted.
Commandant Gen. Jim Amos is now considering a plan that could create a permanent career path, rather than forcing Marines to rotate back to the regular force after five years. Amos, who met with Marine Corps Forces Special Operations Command leaders here Jan. 18, discussed the MOS and his intent to increase the number of operators and support personnel assigned to MARSOC, according to Marines who attended the meeting.
The plan calls for creation of a primary MOS in which operators can compete for promotion over the course of a career with MARSOC. Currently, Marines are assigned to MARSOC only for five-year tours.
“We think this is an important part of our continued growth in terms of capacity and the ability to attract and keep well-qualified and competent Marines, offering them a clear career path with growth … and opportunities for promotion,” said MARSOC spokesman Maj. Jeffrey Landis, confirming that a plan to make the job a career path was presented to Amos during his visit to the command’s Stone Bay headquarters here.
Details of the plan are being worked out with Manpower and Reserve Affairs at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Va., Landis said. He declined to offer any specifics or timelines for implementation because MARSOC leaders have not yet received a response.
Known as critical skills operators, Marines trained to perform special operations missions abroad are assigned to MARSOC, but they compete for promotion in the primary MOS they retain as operators. Most are from the reconnaissance community, whose Marines formed the bulk of MARSOC’s manning requirements when the command stood up in February 2006.
Now, as the command’s five-year anniversary approaches, many Marines assigned to MARSOC for the initial five-year rotation are wondering whether they will have to return to the fleet. They maintain that a special operations organization can work and mature only if the time and money invested in training highly skilled teams of operators is kept within the ranks, built upon with gained expertise and taught to future operators.
Soldiers in Special Forces units and sailors who become SEALs can stay in their career fields and compete for promotion, with the added advantage that their long-term relationships form a deep brain trust over time and build on lessons learned to help units operate more effectively.
“You’d never really be a special ops unit if you just had new guys coming in all the time,” said one MARSOC operator who preferred to remain anonymous.
It’s not the first time that MARSOC’s operators have been on the brink of seeing their jobs codified as a primary MOS. Retired Maj. Gen. Mastin Robeson, upon relinquishing command of MARSOC to Maj. Gen. Paul Lefebvre in November 2009, told Marine Corps Times that the establishment of an MOS was imminent, but it never moved forward.
The intent behind the five-year rotations was to return specially trained Marines to units that could benefit from their experiences and knowledge, and MARSOC was established at a time when the Defense Department was calling for a boost in the capabilities of special operations forces.
Opponents to the creation of MARSOC argued that the Corps didn’t need an “elite force within an elite force,” which was much the same argument made when recon Marines got their own MOS about 10 years ago.
Amos, a self-described “big fan” of MARSOC, addressed the issue in September during his Senate confirmation hearing, saying the Corps was “evaluating multiple options to ensure an efficient return on investment” to the Marine Corps and to Special Operations Command, MARSOC’s parent organization.
Options being evaluated, he said in his answers to advance questions from the Senate panel, included extended assignments beyond five years and a primary MOS.
MARSOC’s current end strength is about 2,200 and climbing toward the manning authorization of close to 2,700, a goal the command is hoping to reach by 2014.
Eligibility to become an operator was expanded in November 2008 when the job was made available to all MOSs instead of just combat arms. That expansion, coupled with the formalization of a recruiting mechanism to screen potential applicants has increased the number of candidates MARSOC has to choose from.
Amos said he wants to increase the size of MARSOC by bringing in more support personnel and training more operators. A primary MOS for operators would help ensure the number of instructors remains constant at the schoolhouse and in the pre-assessment and selection preparatory course, while the operational teams are properly manned for deployments.

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# posted by Beth Jones @ 12:45 PM

Monday, February 7, 2011

What's Happening? 6 February - 12 February

What's Happening on Camp Lejeune and MCAS New River
this week:

6 February- @Lejeune: 0700- 2 Man Best Ball Blind Draw @ Paradise Point Golf Course
                                        0900- Learn to Sail - 2 Day Advanced Class @ Gottschalk Marina
                                       1300 - Learn to Kayak: Basic, Level I class. Ages 15+. $30 includes equipment
                                                   instruction will be in the pool. Visit MCCS Outdoor to register
                                       1600- Big Game Football Party @ Paradise Point Officers Club. $15.
                                       1700- Big Game XLV Party @ Midway Park Community Center. FREE!
                                                  Snacks & non-alcoholic beverages provided. Ages 16+
                                       1700- SNCO Club Football Frenzy @ SNCO Club (825 Stone Street)
                                                  Drink specials, free munchies, and a drawing for giveaways!
                                       1730 - Gridiron Bash XLV @ Tarawa Terrace Community Center.
                                                  Snacks, non-alcoholic drinks, games, and prizies! Free! Ages 10+

                  @NewRiver: 1800- Single Marine Program: Super Bowl Bash @ New River Enlisted Club
                                                            Free food, games, prizes, a chance to win an XBox360, and more!

7 February - @Lejeune: 1600- After School Archery Program @ Midway Park Community Center
                                                   Ages 7-12. Cost $30 including equipment and instruction
                     @NewRiver: 1800- SMP: Free Bowling & Pizza at MCAS Bowling Center.
                                                                Free pizza while it lasts! Ages 18+

8 February - @Lejeune: 0930 - Ready, Set, Grow! A free workshop series that encourages positive living
                                                    and relationships. 3 C's of Communication: Communicate, Collaborate,
                                                    and commit. Reservations required, space limited. Call 451-2864 today!
                                        1000- Well Baby Clinic @ Midway Park Chapel. Call 451-5346/5584
                                        1030 - Officers' Wives' Club presents Band of Sisterhood @ Paradise Point
                                                   $15. Reservations required. Can pay by PayPal at
                                        1600 - After School Archery Program

                 @NewRiver: 0830 - Skills Assessment and Resume Writing Guidelines @ NR Marine & Family
                                                   Annex. Help with translating your military experience into civilian terms!
                                                   Reservations required by February 7. Call 449-6110!
                                       1200 - SMP: Trivia Tuesday at New River Enlisted Club!

9 February - @Lejeune: 1600: After School Archery Program
                                         1700: L.I.N.K.S for Couples. Onsite childcare will be offered.
                                                   To register, call 451-1299
                                        1830: Beyond the Brief Workshop Series, Topic #2. For more information and
                                                  registration, call Marine Corps Family Team Building at 451-0176
                                        1830: Ready, Set, Grow! The 3 C's of Communication workshop

                 @NewRiver: 1630: Valentine's Day Crafts @ the library. Ages 3-7. Click here to view the flyer!
                                       1730: Valentine's Day Crafts @ the library.Ages 8-12.

10 February - @Lejeune: 1130: Ready, Set, Grow! The 3 C's of Communication workshop
                                           1600: After School Archery Program
                                           1700: L.I.N.K.S. for Couples! Register by calling 451-1299. Free childcare!
                                           1700: Rock On! Climbing Wall class @ Courthouse Bay Fitness Center
                                                     FREE! Open to ages 18+. Call    440-7447/7454 to register.
                                           1830: Suicide Awareness for Families. Bludg 40 (Marine & Family Services)
                                                     Room #106. Awareness saves lives! Learn the signs. Please call
                                                     Please call Health Promotion, 451-2865 to register.
                    @NewRiver: 0800: NR Welcome Aboard Brief @ New River Enlisted Club
                                                    Become oriented with your new duty station! For more information call 
                                                    Marine & Family Programs at 449-6110
                                          0830: His Needs/Her Needs Workshop: Learn better communication and build
                                                    a stronger marriage! Great for couples coming back together after a
                                                    deployment or long separation. Call 449-5343 to register.
                                          1000: CAREER EXPO! @ NR Officers' Club. Bring a copy of your resume!
                                                    To register as a job seeker and to see a complete schedule of events
                                                     please visit      
                                          1030: L.I.N.K.S. for Parents and Extended Family Members. For more
                                                    information, call 449-5343. To be held at New River Chapel Annex.

11 February: @Lejeune: 1600: After School Archery Program
                                          1830: FREE Movie Night @ Harriotte B Smith Library on Birch Street
                                                    Prince of Persia: Sands of Time
                                          1930: Not-So-Newlywed Game! Tarawa Terrace Community Center. Free!
                                                    Refreshments will be served and there will be prizes for the winners.
                                                    Think you know your spouse? Visit for info.

                   @NewRiver: 1030: Dish About Deployment - deployment support tips, materials, and
                                                   resource packs. Bring a dish to share and have lunch! Have adult
                                                   conversation and ask all those questions that pop up after our troops leave.
                                                  Seasoned spouses, please come and share your stories! Free childcare.
                                                  Register at  449-5343. Location: New River MCFTB (Bldg AS-232)
                                         1600: EFMP: Exceptional Valentine Party - children of all ages will enjoy
                                                   crafts, games, and refreshments. Open to all EFMP families.
                                         1700: L.I.N.K.S for Kids! Empowers children to thrive and succeed as military
                                                   children. Ages kindergarten through 5th grade. Pre-register at 449-4676
                                         1900: Single Marine Program: Kareoke Night @ NR Enlisted Club!

                      @Lejeune: 0700: 2 Man Best Ball Pick Your Own Golf Tournament @ Paradise Point
                                                    Cost is $10 not including green fees or cart. Tee off at 0830.
                                         1100: Valentine's Fairy Tale Brunch @ Midway Park Community Center
                                                   Family-friendly. $3 per person ages 3-10. $5 ages 11+. Children are
                                                   encouraged to come dressed as their favorite fairy tale character!
                                                   Call 910.451.1807 for information or to register.
                                         1800: Daddy/Daughter Dance @ MARSTON Pavilion. SOLD OUT!
                                         1800: Wine Dinner at Paradise Point Officers' Club featuring wines from
                                                   Northern Italy. Dress is coat and tie for men and semi-formal for women.
                                                   Appetizers and wine to be served at 1800 in Lejeune Lounge and at 1845
                                                   a five-course dinner will be served in the Lejeune Chalet. Tickets $65 pp.
                                                   Call 451-2465 option 2 for more information and reservations.
                                         1830: Elementary School Valentine's Day Sweetheart Dance. 1st-5th grades.
                                                   Tarawa Terrace Community Center. Music, dancing, food, and games!
                                                   Visit for more details.
                  @NewRiver: 1300: Teen Valentine's Day Candy Making. Teens will make chocolate candies
                                                  as gifts of for themselves while watching a PG-13 romantic comedy. 
                                                  Click here to view the flyer!
                                        1900: Valentine Jam! NR Youth & Teens Activity Center. Ages 8-14. Light
                                                  refreshments will be offered free of charge. Permission slips required.
                                                  Before February 7th, call 449-6711 to RSVP. Freestyle dance contest!
                                        2000: SMP: Valentine's Dating Game @ New River Enlisted Club! Calling
                                                 all bachelors and bachelorettes - check out this retro match- making game.
                                                  Will you make a love connection? Open to ages 18+

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