Cape Canaveral Chapter of MOAA was awarded one of the Outreach grants of $3,750
MOAA’s board chairman opened up the 2021 Annual Meeting on Oct. 15 in Arlington, Va., by celebrating the organization’s achievements in the past year, noting it “continues to be the preeminent military advocacy group in the country.”
MOAACC provides grassroots-level support for MOAA legislative aims and keeps our members informed & engaged to TAKE ACTION through our weekly business meetings, Monthly News Magazine—The Intercom, MOAACC Five Things e-Newsletter, website—www.MOAACC.org, and Facebook page.
On 21 September, the MOAACC Board approved the following nominations for MOAACC’s 2022 Leadership Slate. The volunteers were selected by the MOAACC Nominations Committee Chaired by Skip Taylor which included Past MOAACC Presidents Gary Eppler and Donn Weaver. The General Membership present at the annual Membership Meeting on 16 November at the Tides will formally elect the full slate of officers. Thanks to all who stepped up and who continued in their positions. (The Nominating Committee).
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