July 2006 Promotions Ceremony
Tri-City Young Marines Commanding Officer, Mr. Haeg, welcoming family and friends to the Tri-City Young Marines Ribbon and Promotion Ceremony on July 2, 2006.
Staff Members in attendance are from left to right, Executive Officer-Mr. Carlyle, Mr. Chisholm, Adjutant-Mrs. DeGraaf and Supply Officer-Mr. DeGraaf.
Staff Paymaster Mr. Bowman (forefront) along with several Young Marine family and friends showing their support for our Young Marines.
Staff member Mr. Tonda photographing our ceremonies.
Mr. Haeg and Mr. Carlyle starting the ribbon award section of our ceremony and then will proceed on to promotions.
Several of our Young Marines achieved the Unit Encampment Ribbon. Those in this photograph are from left to right, M. Driver, C.Hahn, J. Hahn and S. Havenor.
A large number of our Young Marines achieved their Firefighting Ribbon by attending a special course given over their Encampment Weekend. This is photo one of two, showing all the Young Marines who achieved this ribbon.
Here's the second photograph of our Young Marines who achieved their Firefighting Ribbons. Way to go Young Marines!
Receiving the prestigeous Good Conduct Ribbons are left to right, Guerrero, A. Plumlee, J. Haeg and S. Chisholm. Mr. Haeg and Mr. Carlyle were very impressed the the achievements of these Young Marines. Young Marines Guerrero and Plumlee also received the Good Conduct Ribbon with Bronze Star Award, unfortunately the photograph didn't turn out.
Young Marine J. Spang proudly promoted to Private First Class.
PFC A. Tores accepts his new rank, it beats being a Private!
Joining the ranks of Private First Class is Young Marine C. Apgar.
Promotion to PFC of Young Marine A. Watson. Way to go Young Marine!
PFC A. Crawford receives his new rank from Mr. Haeg.
Newly appointed Lance Corporals are left to right, M. Driver, C. Hahn, S. Havenor, J. Smith and A. Stone.
LCPL S. Havenor enjoying his promotion, while C. Hahn calmly waits her turn.
CPL S. Chisholm is now an NCO! Keep up the good work Young Marine!
Another new NCO joins the ranks of the Tri-City Young Marines as Z. DeGraaf accepts her Corporal status.
After all the ceremonies, refreshments and speeches are complete, Sgt. Bowman swabs the deck. Wait a minute!! That's the Navy, not the Marines!.