The 2013 Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) officially kicked off 9 September 2013 by Lieutenant General (LTG) Joseph Anderson, the Southeastern North Carolina Regional Campaign Chairman and Commanding General of XVIII Airborne Corps and Fort Bragg. This year’s CFC kickoff was held at Ryder Golf Course on Fort Bragg. The 4-person team participants were made up of leadership representatives from the major commands of Fort Bragg along with members from our civilian federal agencies and their campaign managers from the seventeen county CFC region. LTG Anderson kicked off this year’s campaign by welcoming all participants and announcing this year’s goal of $2,250,000. LTG Anderson told everyone in attendance that this was the time of year to think about donating to a charity of their choice and acknowledged the participation of fourteen charities from our local and national CFC. These charities provided door prizes and informational materials. He also encouraged leadership in attendance to provide support where needed to make this year’s campaign a success. With so many needing help in these times of uncertainty, it is important that each of us think about how fortunate we are and take that into consideration when filling out our pledges for this year. With the help of all of our federal agencies and employees we should be able to reach our goal.
The winners of this year’s CFC Kickoff Golf Tournament were as follows: The first place team with a score of 57 from DPTMS were: Mr. Mark Acker, Mr. Mike Devault, Mr. Ken Garrision and Mr. Jeff Wastak. The second place team with a score of 58 from the 82D Sustainment Brigade were: MAJ Drew Bailey, 1LT Dan Dexter, 1LT Brad Heath and SFC Roglio Bernales. The third place team with a score of 60 from DFMWR were: Mr. Raymond Lacey, Mr. Rhett Stroupe, Mr. Jeff Johnson, and Mr. Justin Miller. Each team received individual trophies.
In addition, prizes were given to those that were closest to the hole on all par-3 holes and those winners were: from Combined Federal Campaign staff Dana Pike hole #5, from United Way of Cumberland County Joe Callis hole #9, from USARC MSG Jason Appleton hole #12 and from XVIII Airborne Corps Headquarters LTC David Pierce Hole #16.
The longest drive for men was won by 1LT Dan Dexter from the 82D Sustainment Brigade on hole #7 and the longest drive for women was won by Ms. Laura Hoffman from the USARC on hole #18.
Reaching this year’s CFC goal will be challenging but with the help and support of all federal employees in the seventeen county region of Southeastern North Carolina, we expect to have another successful campaign.
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