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Welcome to the registration page for our Eddie Eagle Gunsafe Course!
What is this course?
This course will include a short video of Eddie Eagle, a breakout session (by grades) with small activities, and a short discussion comparing real and toy guns. This course is specifically designed for young kids in grades PK-4th Grade and is in no way designed to get kids interested in guns or shooting.
The event runs from 2:00pm – 3:30pm on Saturday, 24 February at the Huber Heights ...Continue Reading →
The Montgomery County Drug Free Coalition (MCDFC) is hosting a poster and poetry contest for any Montgomery County youth between 6th and 12th grade.
Please check the rules below to compete in this year’s contest and earn prizes!
If you would like to request a Veteran-gram, fill in the form below! These requests can be made until 5:00 pm on Friday, 10 November.
Note that Veterans in Huber Heights or Troy can have the Veteran-gram delivered to their door. Other Veterans can also have one made, but we ask that you come to the Mason Lodge, 7778 Wildcat Road, Huber Heights, OH between 2p – 5p on Saturday, 11 November to pick it up and deliver it to them.Continue Reading →
This year the Miami Valley Young Marines will be participating in Extra-Life. A 24-hour gaming marathon to raise money for the Children’s Miracle Network. Our Young Marines are supporting the Dayton Children’s Hospital as our group. Note that Young Marines and other youth are welcome to take part as well by joining our team. Funds you raise can benefit your own local hospitals!
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These seem meaningless right? Wrong.
These are part of a new website that is setting out to change addresses for the entire world. A lot of smaller, less developed nations have a tough time getting an addressing system that works within their community. What3words set out to change that.
They have divided the entire Earth into 3 meter squares and assigned each a 3 word address using 40,000 words. These seemingly random words however give people “lost” in the ...Continue Reading →
Every year, Young Marines around the country strive to make their communities better by teaching other youth to live a healthy, drug-free lifestyle. One the most coveted awards in our program is the DEA Device. Those few that have went above and beyond just handing our flyers and having brief chats with folks in their community are able to display the DEA’s badge on their Drug Demand Reduction Ribbon.