NC Guard Soldiers Volunteer to Help a Fellow Guardsmen in Need

Raleigh

What: N.C. National Guard's Ordnance Association will provide community service to a N.C. National Guard solider who is recovering from cancer.

When: Saturday, April 18, 2015, 10 a.m.

Where: 119 E. Winston Street, Youngsville

Media Contact on Site: Sgt. First Class Robert Jordan, cell: 252-916-0028

Special Instructions: Interested media organizations are encouraged to arrive at 119 E. Winston Street, Youngsville, NC, by 10 a.m. An NCNG PAO representative will be on site to facilitate interviews. NCNG PAO will provide high-resolution photos after the event at http://www.flickr.com/photos/ncngpao.

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NC National Guard's Ordnance Association Assist Soldier

YOUNGSVILLE - The NC National Guard's Ordnance Association, Austin-Bouton-Caldwell chapter's executive council voted to provide community service to those in need. They selected Maj. Melissa Culbreth to be their first project. Culbreth is an Army National Guard chaplain and has been fighting cancer and is taking care of her living area by herself. The chapter will support her by providing a community service that will not only include an initial clean-up but sustainment clean-up and on call handyman services.

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EDITORS AND PRODUCERS: For more background on Maj. Culbreth’s see the following links:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fNREyPRU-PI&list=LLIoAUElzVkfe6MFuUix0kyw&index=1

https://www.dvidshub.net/news/145670/nc-guard-chaplain-fights-breast-cancer-her-own-terms

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Contact: Sgt. Fst. Class Robert Jordon
Phone: 252-916-0028

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