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Posted: 3/29/2017
Name: Laura Armstrong
Message: To Our Customers: The Camp Merrill PX FTX and Open House Hours for the month of April 2017 are as follows: FTX HOURS: April 3-7 2017 0700-1500 OPEN HOUSE: Saturday 22 April 2017 0800-1600

Posted: 3/24/2017
Name: Brian Cunningham
Message: Chief Bill Weaver was one of a kind, an old soldier of impeccable character. He was the Supply Officer when I commanded 2nd Ranger Co. He always had a great story to tell about his many experiences including his service at The White House in the early Sixties. Rest In Peace, Chief. You served your country with honor and distinction.

Posted: 3/24/2017
Name: Laura Armstrong
Message: The PX just got in all their Easter candy to include Pre- made Easter baskets for both boys and girls. Come down to your PX while supplies last.

Posted: 3/24/2017
Name: Al Martin
Message: During the recent storm a couple of nights ago a tree branch fell through Earl Singletary's roof causing damage. The main tree is a monster and we would like to cut it down for Earl. The proceeds will go to the Mountain Ranger scholarship fund. We would like to get a couple of Mountain Rangers to help us out limbing and cutting down the tree. Weather permitting we will cut down the tree on Tuesday 28 March. If interested in lending a hand please call me at 706 300 4450.

Posted: 3/21/2017
Name: bill miller
Message: "Chief Weaver was a great supply officer and a good friend to me..I also remember when he was acting commander when Ltc Shuetze was gone and gave an article 15 to one of the soldiers at the camp..Chief was tough and a real ranger at heart

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