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WWii re-CreAtorS And 26tH ‘YAnkeeinfAntrY diviSion/veterAnS BAnd in BuzzArdS BAY on SundAY, JulY 4tH

The 26th Yankee Division Veterans Band concert will commence at 2:00 pm and provide an afternoon of musical delights to please one and all. Come one, come all, bring your chairs and blankets, and enjoy an afternoon on the Cape Cod Canal.

After the 4th of July Parade on main Street in Buzzards Bay at 10:00 am there will be an additional event at the Buzzards bay Park next to the railroad bridge. The WWII re-creators, in addition to marching in the parade, will have a display featuring a command post, military vehicles and various types of weapons and equipment circa WWII.

The Marine Lodge Masons rebounded from their preseason loss to GTR (and also from an unfortunate injury to player coach Jayme Baker who was hit during the preseason with a line drive to the face) by sweeping a double header from the Average Joe’s. Jayme is doing okay and was glad to see his team rebound from his injury with two big wins as the Masons peppered the Joe’s with some line drives and had three 7-run innings. The whole line- up contributed to the offense but the top hitters were Greg Seychew who had 6 hits and 7 RBI’s, Chris Cook had 6 hits and 5 RBI’s, Joe Leblanc had 6 hits and 4 RBI’s, and Dave Edwards who had 5 hits and 4 RBI’s.

Air Station pitcher for the Crush fires a strike towards home plate in a game against the Pirates, the Pirates went on to win the game 20-7, earlier the Crush knocked the Misfits out of the preseason tourney with a 16-1 victory.


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Both teams are looking forward to hooking up and settling the new “Grudge” match.

GTR kept their momentum from the preseason going as they took two games from the Eagles Nest, as Jon “Wheels” Ewing, Chuck Wood and Caleb “Lady Bug” Anderson all had multiple homeruns. The brother’s Lynch,( Jay and Brian) both had some big hits and were backed by the lights out pitching of Paulie “Tamalie” Simonette as he dealt with Gale Force winds at the Air Force Field. GTR got some great defensive plays from Ryan “Snooze” Moore, Billy Morrison, Tim “Oakey” O’Connell and Dewey Evans. Jon Healey was solid behind the plate as GTR improved to 2-0 to start the regular season.

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The Pirates also opened up their regular season with a double header sweep over the Strikeouts, winning 22-6 and 22-7. In the 1st game the Pirates were led by Jarad Lemieux who had 4 hits (1 HR), 2 runs and 4 RBI’s, Frank Acropolis also had 4 hits, 2 runs and 3 RBI’s, JR Hoadley was right there, he banged out 4 hits, and scored 3 and knocked in 3. Tim Utley, Mike “Hoad” and Rafe Collins all smacked 3 hits, Tim had 3 runs and 3 RBI’s, Hoad had 3 runs and 1 RBI. Bobby Brun had 2 hits, 2 runs and 3 RBI while Phil Wolf added 2 hits, 2 runs and 1 RBI. In the second game, after one inning the KO’s led 4-3, but the Pirates scored 5 in the 3rd and 7 in the 4th to open up the lead. Hoad led the way in this one with 5 hits (1 HR), 4 runs, and 5 RBI’s. Clean- up hitter Rafe Collins had 4 hits, 4 runs and 2 RBI’s, Jarad added 4 hits (1 HR), 3 runs and 2 RBI’s. Frank “A” had 4 hits and 5 RBI’s. Trever Ankey and Glenn Christiansen banged out 3 hits each and Bobby Brun, Phil Wolf, Paul Bassick and Junior Hoad each added 2 hits to pace the Pirates balanced attack. The Strikeouts lost both games but showed some hope and promise as Matt Wahlers had some big hits, including a HR, as did Nick Morgan who had some solid hits, Nick and 3B Eric Santos made some solid plays. Rich Findlater also had multiple hit games in both contests, giving them something to build on for the future.

Play continues though the month of June, so we’ll see what the next month brings as all 11 teams swing into action on the diamonds.

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101st Intelligence Squadron member runs for cancer research

By Tech. Sgt. Andrew Reitano

102nd Intelligence

ing Public Affairs

Courtesy of the Seagull

The year was 2001 and Michael Cornell had just graduated from law school and was ready to begin working as a trial attorney in Boston when he lost his father to pancreatic cancer at the age of 51.

“I wanted to do something meaningful to fight cancer and help other families avoid my family’s experience but I didn’t know where to best channel my efforts and intentions, “ said Cornell, a lieutenant colonel with the 101st Intelligence Squadron. “So, I contacted the Dana Farber Cancer Institute and they put me in touch with an organization called The Dana Farber Leadership Council.” The council is a group of young business professionals in Boston that raises money and awareness for cancer research.

Through the friends he had made during many Dana Farber fundraising events, Cornell was introduced to the Dana Farber Marathon Challenge, which is a group of more than 500 people from across the United States who run the Boston Marathon to raise money for Dana Farber. Although Cornell played a variety of sports in high school including cross-country and track, he never imagined running marathons at a point in life when many people begin transitioning away from time-consuming and physically demanding activities.

During its 21-year existence, the Dana Farber Marathon Challenge has raised more than $43 million for cancer research. All of the donations go to the Claudia Adams Barr Program in Innovative Basic Cancer Research at Dana Farber Cancer Institute. The Barr Program allows scientists who have new ideas, but might not yet qualify for government research grants, to pursue innovative ways to cure cancers and improve patients’ quality of life.

“Running for Dana Farber is, without question, one of the most rewarding things I have ever done with my life,” said Cornell, who completed his fifth consecutive Boston Marathon, April 19. “Our team trains together for months, but the highlight is marathon weekend, especially the team’s pasta dinner the night before the race.” The dinner is an opportunity for the runners to listen to doctors and researchers who tell them how their fundraising efforts are helping to save lives and find cures for certain types of cancer. The inspirational evening also includes testimonials from cancer survivors and spotlights the children who are patients at the Dana Farber. The program concludes with a slideshow of the children at the hospital who were paired with a runner but who did not live to see the marathon. “By the time you leave the dinner, there’s no doubt in your mind that you will finish the marathon for these kids no matter how much you are hurting from the run,” said Cornell. “Almost everyone knows someone who has battled cancer, so throughout the race itself, dozens of spectators will yell out things like ‘thank you Dana Farber’ or ‘Dana Farber saved my mom,’ which inspires me to keep putting one foot in front of the other.”

102nd Promotions

Senior Master Sergeant James McNeil Lorrie Moran Christopher Reed

Technical Sergeant Meghan Gehl

Lieutenant Colonel Robert D’Alto Ann Shover

Master Sergeant Thomas Jones

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