Member Survey

Greetings fellow Marines, Navy Corpsmen, and Navy Chaplains.  

I hope to see you tonight (Wednesday, January 10) at your detachment's regular meeting.  If you have not been to a meeting lately (or at all), simply show up.  We want to see you and welcome you to share in the Brotherhood of the Marine Corps League.  Don't be shy.  We won't make you do push-ups or cut your hair; but we will probably give you a big handshake and hug.

If you are not a member yet, or your membership has lapsed, our never-expiring invitation stands for you.  If you are not yet a member, the only thing you need is to show up.  Take a look at the membership requirements and if you meet the requirements.  Whether you left active service yesterday or 50 years ago, we want you. 

When you come to a meeting, you get to hear everything your detachment is doing, from helping a Marine in need to organizing annual events like shooting competitions and Bar-B-Qs.   Hear what we are doing, give your input and suggestions if necessary, and be a part of something bigger than you can imagine.  All you need to do is show up.  We are here for you.

This month, we are also taking a survey from the membership to help the detachment meet its mission.  If you are a current member, or perhaps someone who thought about it (and you gave us your email), you received the survey link today.  If you did not receive the email, we don't have your current email address and you are also missing all of your detachment emails.  Be sure to contact us to update your email address.

   There are only 3 things you need to do:   Show up.    Swear in.   Serve again.

I promise that this will be a lifelong decision that you will never regret in making.  Check out your Detachment 336 of the Marine Corps League.  Your help in helping Marines and Sailors is something more important than most people will ever know, and you should be a part of it.

Semper Fi.

Brett Shavers

Public Affairs Officer, Detachment 336, Marine Corps League

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