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North Pinellas club news for July 24

The recently installed new officers are, from left, Joe Lonergan, lounge manager; Mike Brennan Jr., vice commandant; William Cona, Department of Florida senior vice commandant and Detachment 54 trustee; Bruce Marshall, sergeant at arms; Janice Beal, paymaster; John Piazza, commandant; Wayne Nundy, adjutant; Jaime Perez, senior vice commandant; Rollin Yanchar, judge advocate; and Allen Whitman, chaplain and property officer. 

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The recently installed new officers are, from left, Joe Lonergan, lounge manager; Mike Brennan Jr., vice commandant; William Cona, Department of Florida senior vice commandant and Detachment 54 trustee; Bruce Marshall, sergeant at arms; Janice Beal, paymaster; John Piazza, commandant; Wayne Nundy, adjutant; Jaime Perez, senior vice commandant; Rollin Yanchar, judge advocate; and Allen Whitman, chaplain and property officer. 

Marine Corps League Morris F. Dixon Jr. Detachment 54 of Clearwater/Largo recently installed new officers.

They are Joe Lonergan, lounge manager; Mike Brennan Jr., vice commandant; William Cona, Department of Florida senior vice commandant and Detachment 54 trustee; Bruce Marshall, sergeant at arms; Janice Beal, paymaster; John Piazza, commandant; Wayne Nundy, adjutant; Jaime Perez, senior vice commandant; Rollin Yanchar, judge advocate; and Allen Whitman, chaplain and property officer.

The Marine Corps League was incorporated by an act of Congress in 1937 and continues to honor the traditions and spirit of the U.S. Marine Corps.

The Morris F. Dixon Jr. Detachment 54, founded in 1946, meets at 7 p.m. the second Monday of the month at 1156 Jasper St., Largo, and invites all active duty, retired or honorably discharged Marines and Fleet Marine Force corpsmen to join. Dues are $35.

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North Pinellas club news for July 24 07/23/13 [Last modified: Tuesday, July 23, 2013 3:45pm]
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