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Scholarship and grant recipients display their awards following an Officers’ Spouses Club 2013 Scholarship and Community Enrichment Grant Tea, May 13, at the home of Maj. Gen. Charles Hudson, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, and his wife, Cricket Hudson. Each year, OSC awards college scholarships to military and civilian family members from local high schools who demonstrate remarkable personal and scholastic achievements. Seven area non-profit organizations who make a difference in the community also received community enrichment grants to fund critical projects or programs. The seven high school students are (from left): Daniel Cheshire, Alyssa Kelley, Briana Scott, Don Mills Jr., Mackenzie Hudson, Kaitlyn Yarborough and Jamie McClung. The six organizations are (from left): The Salvation Army (standing left), Flint River Habitat for Humanity, Liberty House of Albany, NEECO, Grace Way Recovery Residence Inc., and Boy Scouts of America Troop 3. Anchorage of Albany received an award but was not present.
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May 23, 2013
MARINE CORPS LOGISTICS BASE ALBANY, Ga. - Scholarship and grant recipients display their awards following an Officers’ Spouses Club 2013 Scholarship and Community Enrichment Grant Tea, May 13, at the home of Maj. Gen. Charles Hudson, commanding general, Marine Corps Logistics Command, and his wife, Cricket Hudson. Each year, OSC awards college scholarships to military and civilian family members from local high schools who demonstrate remarkable personal and scholastic achievements. Seven area non-profit organizations who make a difference in the community also received community enrichment grants to fund critical projects or programs. The seven high school students are (from left): Daniel Cheshire, Alyssa Kelley, Briana Scott, Don Mills Jr., Mackenzie Hudson, Kaitlyn Yarborough and Jamie McClung. The six organizations are (from left): The Salvation Army (standing left), Flint River Habitat for Humanity, Liberty House of Albany, NEECO, Grace Way Recovery Residence Inc., and Boy Scouts of America Troop 3. Anchorage of Albany received an award but was not present.


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