I got farmed out at my last base after a deployment, and joined 2 other electricians not in the shop, yet still on the books. We got 2 at this base that are in the same boat now, 1 SSgt and 1 MSgt. THE BEST PART??? They got a MSgt dicking around up in the head shed, and I down here in the shop doing his job as a TSgt.
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Below is an example of a fundraising letter for little league, and it can be modified to fit whatever event is being promoted.I am writing to you for two purposes; the first is to introduce you to our organization, and the second is requesting your support for our ongoing efforts with our team.The XX Little League has been a mainstay for both the community and our youth since 19xx, and we teach the merits and benefits of teamwork, competition, and sport to roughly x kids each year. The kids range in age from x to x and live throughout our community. While we do have a slight operating budget based on some local government funding; it is simply not enough to create an environment that we feel benefits our players as much as it could.While we understand times are tough economically for most everyone, we truly feel that the intangible benefits our youth receive through participating in Little League cannot be tracked with a price tag.
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