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Awards were presented by LTC Rod Hosler, Ohio Council of Chapters to: (Left to Right) CAPT Bill Tate, Central Ohio Chapter; CAPT Mike Glaser, Greater Cincinnati Chapter; COL Michael Ondrasek, Dayton Area Chapter; LT Bart Lind, Mahoning and Shenango Valleys Chapter
The Dayton Area Chapter (DAC) president was surprised when the certificate on the right showed up in his home mailbox. Did you know that the DAC was 60 years old? The DAC President for one sure did not know that. Further, when he mentioned the certificate at the latest meeting of MOAA Ohio Council of Chapters in July the members present were also surprised. He was told that the DAC just may be the oldest MOAA Chapter in the state. The certificate was accompanied by a short note from Lt Gen Adkins USAF (ret). His note was not generic. The General congratulated the DAC membership on some of the DAC activities. It is a guess that the National MOAA staff member that prepared the note’s content had read of DAC activities in their monthly newsletter, or the latest Level of Excellence submission, a copy of both which was/is sent to National MOAA. So, the DAC has some history. For the DAC President, when the certificate arrived he had the same feeling he got when doing genealogy and finds a long lost relative.
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Last Updated: August 9th, 2020