Coffee Wagon 2019 Schedule

“At Parris Island Ben (Fuchs) Foster of Brooklyn felt the DI’s were sadistic. Later, however, he concluded All of this was very necessary, if we were going to survive in combat.”

Before the First Wave: The 3rd Armored Amphibian Tractor Battalion, Larry L. Woodard (1994)

2019
Blacks Creek Rest Area

Please advise Wagon Master which dates and times you are able to be present.

Dick Keplinger 619-302-9795              (Funds Raised to date $0,000.00)       (last update  wdm)

Time Volunteer Volunteer Total for weekend $000.00
May 25 7 – 11 am
Saturday 11 – 3 pm
Funds Raised $000.00 3 -7 pm
May 26 7 – 11 am
Sunday 11 – 3 pm
Funds Raised $000.00 3 -7 pm
May 27  7 – 11 am
Monday 11 – 3 pm
Funds Raised $000.00 3 -7 pm

Time Volunteer Volunteer Total for weekend $000.00
June 29 7 – 11 am
Saturday 11 – 3 pm
Funds Raised $000.00 3 -7 pm
June 30 7 – 11 am
Sunday 11 – 3 pm
Funds Raised $000.00 3 -7 pm
Time Volunteer Volunteer Total for weekend $000.00
July 27 7 – 11 am
Saturday 11 – 3 pm
Funds Raised $000.00 3 -7 pm
July 28 7 – 11 am
Sunday 11 – 3 pm
Funds Raised $000.00 3 -7 pm

Time Volunteer Volunteer Total for weekend $000.00
August 24 7 – 11 am
Saturday 11 – 3 pm
Funds Raised $000.00 3 -7 pm
August 25 7 – 11 am
Sunday 11 – 3 pm
Funds Raised $000.00 3 -7 pm

Time Volunteer Volunteer Total for weekend $000.00
September 28 7 – 11 am
Saturday 11 – 3 pm
Funds Raised $000.00 3 -7 pm
September 29 7 – 11 am
Sunday 11 – 3 pm
Funds Raised $000.00 3 -7 pm

Some Marines due to jobs or other commitments are not able to sign up in advance, but are able to stand in at the last minute to cover an open shift or cover for one where the original person has an emergency.

Special stand-in Volunteers maybe available on short notice to fill-in for others.

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“It is no accident that you wear bars… The manner in which you wear them will affect the reputation of the Marine Corps. If you wear them well, with courage, intelligence, and with due humility, you will enhance our reputation. Reputation in the end is only a by-product of our acts. Reputation to be real, like respect must be earned – not demanded!”
Lieutenant General Thomas Holcomb, Commandant (1944)

Before the First Wave: The 3rd Armored Amphibian Tractor Battalion, Larry L. Woodard (1994)