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Old 09-10-2012, 09:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I am a little late getting in on the Service Pens. I have decided to make at least 10 for this program. I mentioned this at the office today (9/10) and after lunch, I had $60 on my desk for supplies. Now I will have to make a few more, now going for at least 20.

How about, this chapter get on board and see if we can make a bunch of pens for our service men. Mention the program at work, maybe you can get a few bucks donated for kits, etc.

I have a bunch of maple and cherry blanks if some are needed. I can send them out. Just let me know. Thanks.
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Once we have completed the Service Pens where do we send them?
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ServicePens 2013

This is the link with all the information.

The finished pens go to:

ServicePens
c/o Gary Greenberg
275 W. Laila Drive
W. Melbourne, FL 32904
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John,
Thanks for posting this.
It gives me hope to know there are still people who care about our Servicemen and women and will pitch in every way they can.
Please tell your co-workers I'm grateful for their commitment and contributions.
Thanks again,
Gary
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I'm new to IAP.....
What are service pens?
I myself am a retired service member/ disabled vetern.
20 years in the US Coast Guard.
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I'm new to IAP.....
What are service pens?
I myself am a retired service member/ disabled vetern.
20 years in the US Coast Guard.
Hi TJ,
Take a look at this thread: ServicePens 2013.
It'll provide some history and an explanation.
It has a link back to the first year, 5 years ago, as well.
Look forward to your particpation!

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