Marine Veteran Community Continues to Serve Marines, Veterans and America
BriefingWire.com, 11/10/2022 - (Houston, Texas) – Marine veterans in the greater Houston area continue their mission to serve their country by working hard at their place of employment, starting businesses, and volunteering at churches, non-profit organizations, and/or the Marine Corps League.
The local McLemore Detachment #324 Marine Corps League is the oldest detachment in the nation is comprised of members who are on call for various ceremonies, burial honors, visiting Marines at the Veterans Hospital on the United States Marine Corps Birthday and other special occasions, camaraderie, parades, encouraging new recruits at “poolee” functions, sports games, and more. They are known for their red covers, red polos, or red sports jackets.
They meet every 2nd Tuesday of the month at Big Horn BBQ (owned by a Marine) in Pearland, Texas at 6pm for fellowship and detachment business.
“Our Marine members represent the best-of-the-best within the Marine community. They are servant-leaders, elite warriors, humble in their achievements, and dependable in their commitment to serve each other, their families and friends, and our city. We want to say ‘Happy 247th Birthday!’ to the Marines everywhere,” says David Rodriguez, Commandant of the detachment.
Recent radio commercial running on KSEV Radio (largest private radio station in the greater Houston market): tinyurl.com/mclemoremarines (1:02 min.).
Mission of the Marine Corps League
The vision of the McLemore Detachment is to embrace the ideals of the Marine Corps League and focus on our members, our community and improving our purpose to serve. Simply put, Marines helping Marines. Our reach and impact increases with every new member and every supportive donor. The comradery and common connection to the Marine Corps ensures our purpose and success.
For more information, please visit www.McLemoreMarines.com.
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