MG Peggy Wilmoth, US Army Medical Corps Retired
SENCLAND Chapter of MOAA will host a meeting/luncheon on Tues. 1 May 2018, 11:30 am at the Island Way Restaurant at 1407 E. Beach Drive, Oak Island, NC 28465. Our guest speaker will be Margaret C. "Peggy" Wilmoth MG, USA (R). She is currently a Professor and Executive Dean at the School of Nursing UNC-Chapel Hill, NC. Major General Wilmoth will discuss advances in battlefield medicine and treatment options from Viet Nam to present.
RSVP to JoAnn Doleman by Friday 27 April 2018 via email: email@example.com or ph. 910-540-8459. Members are encouraged to bring spouses and guests. Cost is $20/person cash or check.
On the Battleship: Potluck Dinner and Theatrical Performance
We will begin with a Potluck dinner and gathering at 5 PM at the Riverside Cabana in the Battleship Park followed by the 7 PM performance of "The Caine Mutiny Court Martial" performed by the Thalian Associaiton Community Theater on the fantail of the Battleship NC. Reserve your tickets before the April 30th deadline by using the PayPal button below. You do not need a PayPal account. Any credit or debit card will work for payment.
Order Your Permanent Name Tag Info
Anyone interested in obtaining a MOAA SENCLAND Chapter name tag can contact CAPT Brud Deas, CAPT USN(Ret) either by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 910-338-0409. The cost is $12.75. Please let Brud know how you would like your name to appear (proper name, nickname, initials, etc.), rank, branch of service, and 'retired' if applicable. Your request can typically be turned around in a few weeks time.
The SENCLAND chapter has meetings with outstanding programs ten months of the year, usually the first Tuesday of the month. The chapter meeting in June is traditionally a Pig Picking (BBQ) activity at Hugh MacRae Park in Wilmington where we include our Scholarship winners and their families. The May meeting is held in Southport. All other meetings are held at the Bluewater Grill in Wrightsville Beach. Our Board meets several times during the year. The monthly newsletter is available electronically and in hard copy and is published 10 times a year. Our chapter supports 18 local JROTC programs with leadership awards and provides scholarships each year to JROTC college bound students and assists veteran organizations locally with donations.