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Take the NCCOC Website survey! February 15, 2020

Take the NCCOC Website survey!

February 15, 2020

Click here to take the survey which will only be available from 2/15/2020 to 3/1/2020.

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MOAA Chapter Recruitment Program Resource February 2020

MOAA Chapter Recruitment Program Resource

February 2020

Click here for a copy of the Resource Guide.

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MOAA LOE Awards <b>IMPORTANT! May 1, 2020 Deadline</b>

MOAA LOE Awards

IMPORTANT! May 1, 2020 Deadline

* The Levels of Excellence submission web-based portal will provided as a link here as soon as it becomes available. Click here to read information and instructions regarding the MOAA Levels of Excellence Award process for 2019 and review the evaluation criteria and submission process. Councils and Chapters are encouraged to review the questions under “Subjective Scoring” to start crafting their narrative responses (in Word or a similar program), then saving their information to copy and paste responses when the LOE online web-based portal is available.

* Open this PDF file which is a Historical review of 5-Star LOE submissions.

* Open this file on the MOAA web that lists 2019 5-Star and 4-Star Level of Excellence award recipients by state.

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LtGen Atkins presents NCCOC President Lee with LOE January 25, 2019

LtGen Atkins presents NCCOC President Lee with LOE

January 25, 2019

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MOAA Uniformed Services Nurse Advocates  Virtual Chapter (MUSNAVC) February 2019

MOAA Uniformed Services Nurse Advocates Virtual Chapter (MUSNAVC)

February 2019

* The MUSNAVC was the recipient of a 2019 recruitment award from MOAA in Category 3 with 90 new members having been signed up...

* KUDOs to the MUSNAVC leadership COL Jeri Graham, USA, Ret., and LTC Joe Gollasch, USA, Ret.

Link: Open the website here:

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Triangle Chapter, North Carolina Council of Chapters February 2019

Triangle Chapter, North Carolina Council of Chapters

February 2019

* The Triangle Chapter of the North Carolina Council of Chapters was the recipient of a 2019 recruitment award from MOAA in Category 4 with 32 new members having been signed up...

* Kudos to COL Herb Segal, USA, Ret., President and members of the Triangle Chapter for their efforts.

* Visit the Triangle Chapter on the web to learn more about the chapter, one of 15 in the North Carolina Council of Chapters.

* Check out the county by county link on our North Carolina Council of Chapters website to learn more about becoming a member of one of our award winning chapters.

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MOAA Levels of Excellence Winners 2018
MOAA Levels of Excellence Winners

MOAA Levels of Excellence Winners

2018

* The North Carolina Council of Chapters 2018 5-Star winners, as published in 2019 on the MOAA's website that can be opened in the below, downloadable file include:

North Carolina Council of Chapters

Cape Fear Chapter

Charlotte-Metrolina Chapter

High Country Chapter

Tarheel Central Chapter

Triangle Chapter

Western North Carolina Chapter

* Kudos to all the winners!

Link: MOAA Website posting of 2019 LOE winners...

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MOAA Marvin J. Harris Communication Awards 2018
MOAA Marvin J. Harris Communication Awards

MOAA Marvin J. Harris Communication Awards

2018

5-Stars

Cape Fear Chapter (e-newsletter and website)

Catawba Valley Chapter (print newsletter and website)

Charlotte-Metrolina Chapter (website)

Southeastern NC Chapter (print newsletter and website)

Tarheel Central Chapter (print newsletter and website)

4-Stars

North Carolina Council of Chapters (e-newsletter and website)

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High Country Chapter (NC21) Dedicates New Veterans Memorial July 4, 2018
High Country Chapter (NC21) Dedicates New Veterans Memorial

High Country Chapter (NC21) Dedicates New Veterans Memorial

July 4, 2018

On July 4th, 2018, the High Country Chapter (HCCMOAA, NC-21) and the Town of Boone NC unveiled and dedicated the Watauga County Veterans Memorial. The ceremony was the culmination of a three year effort to design, construct, install and fund this ambitious project. HCCMOAA came up with the concept and developed the strategic plan which took the project from vision to fruition. HCCMOAA partnered with the Town of Boone, which donated land for the memorial site and many hours of in-kind support, to help make this striking tribute to veterans a reality. Chapter members chaired key committees comprised of subject matter experts and volunteers which handled the competition/design, advertising/publicity, engineering/construction and fundraising phases of the project. MOAA provided the overall project leadership and collaborated with many local organizations to advertise and promote the memorial. Literally hundreds of individuals, corporations, organizations and state and local governments helped us reach our goal of $165,000 through financial and in-kind contributions. A remarkable achievement for a chapter our size.

The stainless steel sculpture titled “Time and Honor” was chosen from 19 proposals submitted in response to a regional competition. The artist selected was Suzie Hallier from Banner Elk, NC who designed and built the memorial. The sculpture is in the form of an ellipse increasing in size from left to right and culminating in five pillars which honor our five armed forces. The ellipse prominently features the words “Duty Honor Country”, the West Point motto long ago adopted by all services to reflect the determination, perseverance and dedication of all who serve this great country. Knee walls surrounding the sculpture depict the dates and lives lost in the Revolutionary War, Civil War, WWI, WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War and current and future conflicts in defense of freedom. These are the most prominent of the 82 conflicts in which one or more of our services have fought. A third wall dedicates the monument to all veterans who served and acknowledges the contributions which made the memorial possible.

This MOAA led effort was an outstanding example of many diverse community elements joining forces to achieve an objective which honors in perpetuity our veterans who are with us today and those who gave their lives in the service of our Country.

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