Learning about Marines

Brownie Troop 350 in Bangor worked with the Marine Corps League learning about female Marines in World War II, the American Flag and visiting the Maine Veterans Home in Bangor, where the girls delivered pots of pansies to each of the resident units. Pictured are (back row, from left) William Jones, commandant, Marine Corps League; Reginald Early Sr., vice commandant, Frances Mitchell, Marine Corps veteran of World War II, author and speaker; Michael Beagan, Veterans' Affairs officer; (middle row) Madison Burnes, Callie Bernard, Sarah Keene, Kaylee Perkins, Claire Pellegrino, Mackenzie Lambert, Emily Doyle, Sarah McNeil, Hannah Dunn and Kelly Pellegrino; (front row) Shelby Larlee, Aimee Ouellette, Madison Clay, Lily Mitchell, Abby Cadorette, Brianna Adams, Alia AbdelQader and Olivia Herschell.
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Brownie Troop 350 in Bangor worked with the Marine Corps League learning about female Marines in World War II, the American Flag and visiting the Maine Veterans Home in Bangor, where the girls delivered pots of pansies to each of the resident units. Pictured are (back row, from left) William Jones, commandant, Marine Corps League; Reginald Early Sr., vice commandant, Frances Mitchell, Marine Corps veteran of World War II, author and speaker; Michael Beagan, Veterans' Affairs officer; (middle row) Madison Burnes, Callie Bernard, Sarah Keene, Kaylee Perkins, Claire Pellegrino, Mackenzie Lambert, Emily Doyle, Sarah McNeil, Hannah Dunn and Kelly Pellegrino; (front row) Shelby Larlee, Aimee Ouellette, Madison Clay, Lily Mitchell, Abby Cadorette, Brianna Adams, Alia AbdelQader and Olivia Herschell.
Posted May 25, 2011, at 11:17 a.m.

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