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Swansboro Mayor John Davis Recognizes Service Members' Sacrifices During Military Appreciation Day

Mayor John Davis gives a speech during Military Appreciation Day in Swansboro, N.C., June 1. 2019. Swansboro's Military Appreciation Day has been celebrated annually since 2002. The even is hosted by Hammocks Beach State Park representatives and the Swansboro Chamber of Commerce's Military Affairs Committee. Several Marines from II MEF and Camp Lejeune were also presented at the event and displayed various pieces of military equipment. (

Consumer confidence reports set for release to public by July 1

Water consumers at Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station New River will soon be receiving easy-to-understand Consumer Confidence Reports (CCR) that will allow them to make informed choices that affect the health of their families and themselves.

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2nd MLG softball tournament builds unit cohesiveness, camaraderie

U.S. Marines with 2nd Marine Logistics Group (2nd MLG) competed in the Big 6 Softball Championship on Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, June 10-12. The competition is the second of three command events held throughout the year.

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Lejeune community comes together in support of student battling cancer

On February 6, 2019 Lejeune High School senior Matt Smith was diagnosed with stage 2 cancer. Four weeks ago, the student completed his treatment at Duke University Hospital in Durham, North Carolina. The battle was fierce. Smith had trouble eating along with other symptoms which go hand in hand with the scourge of cancer. It was also a familiar one for James Bowker, LHS School Resource Officer. He had fought the same fight in 2018. That is why, on the morning of May 31, students at LHS and representatives from the Provost Marshal’s Office rallied together to mark the occasion of Bowker showing his solidarity with Smith by shaving his head.

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