VMI cadets ride 102 miles for charity, fallen soldiers

WSLS 10 NBC in Roanoke/Lynchburg Va Posted: Oct 04, 2013 6:06 PM EDT Updated: Oct 04, 2013 6:06 PM EDT By Tim Ciesco, Reporter – email Link to article LEXINGTON, VA – VMI cadets Keith MacDonald, Ryan Long, Schafer Wymond, and Travis Via got one last practice in Friday before they embark on a “modest”…

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Cycling fundraiser benefits veterans

The Foothills Focus Staff Report~ 10/3/2013 Link to article A team of cyclists that includes several Marines, including those injured in combat, and families of fallen soldiers will pedal 430 miles in 4 days through Arizona’s mountain ranges to support military service people and their families. “The Ride 430 Challenge” begins Oct. 9, leaving from…

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Using brawn to raise bucks

By Patricia Kime | Navy Times – Washington, DC | navytimes.com | Published: September 14, 2013 – 3:46PM | Link to article | Marine Lt. Col. Bill Conner was stationed in Fallujah, Iraq, in 2008 when he got an email telling him he had won a spot in the prestigious Hawaii Ironman triathlon, a berth…

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Semper Fi Fund is highlighted in Stars and Stripes!

By Terri Barnes | Stars and Stripes – Washington, DC | stripes.com | Published: September 5, 2013 At a luncheon to honor outstanding military spouses from all service branches, Marine wife Karen Guenther was introduced by Bonnie Amos, the first lady of the Marine Corps. Guenther’s family was at a nearby table. Her husband sat…

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Team Semper Fi Represented in Para Cycling World Champions

Please join us in congratulating the following Team Semper Fi Athletes who are in Baie-Comeau Canada preparing to compete in the Para Cycling World Championships.  *SSgt Jeffrey Scott Martin (TBI/PTSD) *LCDR Steven Peace (Stroke/right side paralysis) and TSF Mentor *Lcpl Jon Copsey (TSF Mentor)

Star News Online: Semper Fi Fund celebrating a decade of charity

By Thomas Brennan | Jacksonville Daily News | starnewsonline.com | July 27, 2013 Sometimes, a name says it all. May marked a decade that the Semper Fi Fund has remained always faithful to wounded, ill and injured Marines and sailors across the country. The organization’s team of several hundred volunteers across the United States provides…

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