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Petty Officer 2nd Class Pete Otchere, assistant leading petty officer, Medical Records, Naval Branch Health Clinic-Albany, reads the history of the Queen Mother of the Ashanti Kingdom at the clinic’s African-American heritage celebration, recently. Otchere also demonstrated the process of the Kente cloth wrap for men, which he learned as a child. The event, which began at the clinic, ended at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Base Theater, with a private showing of the movie, “Hidden Figures.”
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Apr 26, 2017
MARINE CORPS LOGISTICS BASE ALBANY - Petty Officer 2nd Class Pete Otchere, assistant leading petty officer, Medical Records, Naval Branch Health Clinic-Albany, reads the history of the Queen Mother of the Ashanti Kingdom at the clinic’s African-American heritage celebration, recently. Otchere also demonstrated the process of the Kente cloth wrap for men, which he learned as a child. The event, which began at the clinic, ended at Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany’s Base Theater, with a private showing of the movie, “Hidden Figures.”


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