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NCCC Atlantic Region Get to the Point Weekly Newsletter Issue 1- Volume XVII

NCCC Atlantic Region Get to the Point Weekly Newsletter Issue 1- Volume XVII

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Get to the Point! Perry Point, MD. This document is the weekly campus newsletter for the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps program at the Perry Point, MD campus. Read about Corps Members, campus life and stories of service.
Get to the Point! Perry Point, MD. This document is the weekly campus newsletter for the AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps program at the Perry Point, MD campus. Read about Corps Members, campus life and stories of service.

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Get to the Point
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Atlantic RegionPerry Point,Maryland
Volume XVII Issue 1
 
February  2011
Get to the Point: The NCCC News
 
  
Get to the Point
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Inside this Issue:
Meet the Staff 
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An Idea of What to Expect by LaQuine Roberson
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Health Reminder by Laura Tuck 
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Resource Manager’s Message
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From the Desk of the Member Support Specialist
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What is NCCC? The Member Statement
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Getting Things Done– Learn the AmeriCorps Pledge
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Alumni SpotlightStarbuck Ballner
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Unit Chants– BuffaloMooseRaven
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Trainer’s Two Cents by Carlyn Payton
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Rod’s Ruminations by Rod Swain
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In the Corner with the HulkPhysical Training
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Green Team Outtakes
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From the Cover, Class 17 Green Team, first row left to right:
Katrina Hill, Bradley Lehman, Julian Cesner,Amelia Hansen, Allen Hunt, Hunter Griendling, Megan Riley, Katie Veys, Laura Mack, Marlee Cea, Danielle Arroyo, LiaDaniels, Jamie Inarda, Chris Quirk, Constantino Rago, Heather Waters, John Serbell, Rod Swain, Caleb Kulfan, MelissaJabat, Leeann Sudol, Griff Ryan-Roberts, Ambrosia Barnette, Rachel Duffin, Mat Slavics, Kevin Jones, JJ Beggs,
AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) is a full time team –based residential program for men and women ages 18 to 24. The mission of NCCC is to strengthen communities and develop leaders throughdirect, team-based national & community service. For more information about NCCC visit www.americorps.gov/nccc or call 1 800 942 2677 
For more information about this publication, contact Laura Mack,Community Relations Support Team Leader, LMack@cns.gov 
 
  
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LaQuine Roberson
is the region director and has served more than 17 years with theNCCC. She hails from Summerville, South Carolina and is a retired Army officer.She is also an avid reader of thriller and drama novels.  She continues to provide ser-vice to her community through her sorority and other activities. Deputy Region Director for Operations
Dave Beach
, a retired U.S. Army Officer,has been with the NCCC for the past 10 years. An avid outdoorsman, Dave spendsmuch of his free time hunting and fishing and enjoys a yearly hunting trip to Colo-rado. He is also willing to take on all challengers in a friendly round of golf. The Deputy Director for Programming for the Atlantic Region is
Robin Nixon
.Robin is originally from New Hampshire, and has two daughters, including oneNCCC alum (Sacramento Class XV). She has been with NCCC for two and a half years, and looks forward to working with Class XVII to Get Things Done!
  Thea Becton
is the Program Associate for the Perry Point Campus. She has served inthis position since July 2010.  Thea comes to the Atlantic Region after having servedas the Manager of Disaster Initiatives for the national office of Point of Light Foun-dation- a long time partner of the Corporation for National & Community Ser-vice.  Thea is a native of Dover, Delaware and currently resides in Bel Air, Marylandwith her daughter Ryan. After an amazing year as an AmeriCorps member Class VII in Charleston SC,Moose Unit Leader,
Jason Cangelosi
went back to school to earn a degree in Envi-ronmental Education from a small college in Vermont. Since graduating he has hadthe opportunity to work at several environmental centers as an outdoor educator andteam building facilitator. He has lived in Portland Maine for the past 3 years and isexcited to return to his home state of Maryland.  In his off time he enjoys being out-doors, hiking, biking, and rock climbing.  He looks forward to the opportunity to leadthe first ever class of the Moose Unit!
Meet the Atlantic Region Campus Staff 
 
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