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Marine Corps celebrates birthday

1:53 PM, Dec. 6, 2012
Following the Marine Corps tradition, oldest Marine Ed Pliska serves the youngest Marine Joe Grohek the first piece of cake.
Following the Marine Corps tradition, oldest Marine Ed Pliska serves the youngest Marine Joe Grohek the first piece of cake.
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The Marine Corps birthday celebration, with dinner, door prizes, USMC program, raffle event and DJ music, was held at Moose Family Center, Stevens Point.

We celebrated the Marine Corps 237th birthday on Nov. 10, by following the Marine Corps tradition with the Oldest Marine serving the youngest Marine the first piece of birthday cake. In addition, all marines attending sang the Marine Corps Hymn, and a fall raffle drawing was featured, with money collected to purchase food baskets for ...

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