The Robert F. DeMeter Chapter Service Award was established in 1998 in memory of the late LTC (Ret) Robert F. DeMeter, USMC, a former Chapter President (1989), to annually recognize a chapter member for outstanding service to the chapter, either as an extraordinary single act or achievement, or sustained meritorious service to the chapter over a period of time. The award is the most prestigious award the Chapter can bestow upon one of its members.
The award consists of a rotating trophy, which the recipient retains for a period of one year. Nominations for the award are being solicited from the general membership. Please submit in hardcopy or Send e-mail to Secretary Sara Ballard NLT 28 February 2020. A selection committee will determine the winner, and the award will be presented during the March general membership meeting
2017 MOAA Levels of Excellence Awards
For the fourth consecutive year, the Cape Fear Chapter was awarded a MOAA 5-Star Levels of Excellence Award. This is an extraordinary achievement of which all chapter members can be justifiably proud.
Chapter President Chavez will attend the MOAA Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona in November 2018 to accept the 5-Star medallion on behalf of the chapter. Congratulations to all!
by Juan Chavez
Congratulations to us for repeating as MOAA communication awards winners in 2017. Our chapter was awarded a 5-Star COL Marvin Harris Communication Award for its website “www.cfmoaa.org”, and a 5-Star Award for its eNewsletter “Gram of Info” for 2017. This is the fifth consecutive year we have received this distinction for our communications platforms. All of us may be justifiably proud.
2015 MOAA Communications Awards
For the third year in a row, the Cape Fear Chapter was awarded two Colonel Marvin J. Harris Communications Awards, one for its Website (www.cfmoaa.org) 5-Stars, and another for its Electronic Newsletter (Gram of Info) 5-Stars. All chapter members should give themselves a pat on the back. Way to go!
Colonel (Ret) & Mrs. Harry P. Meinhardt Honored
A proclamation was issued by Chapter President Chavez designating the top senior ROTC scholarship awarded each year as the “Meinhardt Scholarship” in honor of Colonel (Ret) and Mrs. Harry P. Meinhardt.
The proclamation, first of its kind in the history of the chapter, was read and presented to the Meinhardts’ at the March 6, 2015 general membership meeting to recognized their extraordinary patronage of the chapter’s ROTC Scholarship Program over the years.
A copy of the proclamation as well as a letter of acknowledgement from the Meinhardts' are at download below.