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Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, visits the Albany Rotary Club during lunch at Doublegate Country Club, Albany, Ga., Sept. 24, as a guest of longtime member, Dr. John Culbreath, former superintendent, Dougherty County School System. Carroll greeted program speaker Dr. Jere Morehead, president, University of Georgia and Vic Sullivan, president, Albany Rotary Club. According to Culbreath, the Albany Rotary Club is a part of a world-wide civic and service organization. Locally, the organization funds literacy programs, United Way and other organizations. "We also give scholarships to outstanding graduates from all public and private high schools in Dougherty County,” Culbreath said. “It was my pleasure to have the Marine base represented today and I'm giving them an open invitation for future visits."
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Sep 25, 2015
MARINE CORPS LOGISTICS BASE ALBANY - Col. James C. Carroll III, commanding officer, Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany, visits the Albany Rotary Club during lunch at Doublegate Country Club, Albany, Ga., Sept. 24, as a guest of longtime member, Dr. John Culbreath, former superintendent, Dougherty County School System. Carroll greeted program speaker Dr. Jere Morehead, president, University of Georgia and Vic Sullivan, president, Albany Rotary Club. According to Culbreath, the Albany Rotary Club is a part of a world-wide civic and service organization. Locally, the organization funds literacy programs, United Way and other organizations. "We also give scholarships to outstanding graduates from all public and private high schools in Dougherty County,” Culbreath said. “It was my pleasure to have the Marine base represented today and I'm giving them an open invitation for future visits."


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