Please enjoy photos submitted from events among the Council and OCC Chapters. Displayed in reverse chronological order.
Council Installation, Jan 21, 2023. National Veterans Memorial and Museum (NVMM)
Farkas Award Presentation, Jan. 19, 2023 – Ohio Western Reserve Chapter
OWRC Board Seated, January, 2023 – Ohio Western Reserve Chapter
The 2023 Ohio Western Reserve Chapter Board
Seated: President–Andy Emanuele, First VP–Tom Luczynski, Second VP–Bill Maki
Standing: Trustees – Tom Harnden, Lynda Farkas, Don Bratton, Treasurer–James McClellan, Secretary–John Anderson
Dining Out, November, 2022 – Cincinnati Chapter
MOAA LOE Awards, October 28, 2022 – Kansas City, MO
On October 28, 2022, members of the Ohio Council of Chapters (OCC) of MOAA were in Kansas City, MO to attend MOAA’s 5 Star Levels of Excellence Awards Banquet for the year 2022.
Petitti Garden Outing, September, 2022 – Ohio Western Reserve Chapter
Chapter outing at Petitti Garden Center in September. Petitti’s leading horticulturist and Director of Education, Noelle Akin spoke to our group it was “show and tell” as she had gathered plants from the nursery that were low maintenance.
Chicken and Steak Fry, August, 2022 – Ohio Western Reserve Chapter
OWRC chicken and steak fry, is a popular summer event.
Dinner Meeting, June 17, 2022 – Cincinnati Chapter
Civil War History and Artifacts, May 26, 2022 – Mahoning and Shenango Valleys Chapter
Annual Recognition Dinner, April, 2022 – Ohio Western Reserve Chapter
Ohio Western Reserve Chapter honored these local cadets at the 2022 annual chapter recognition dinner. They were the recipient of the MOAA medal which is given to the top junior class cadet in the local JROTC or ROTC. To be eligible for the award the cadet must be in good academic standing; be of high moral character; demonstrate a high degree of loyalty to the unit, school, and country; and demonstrate exceptional potential for military leadership. The JROTC program is designed to teach high school students (elective program) the value of citizenship, leadership, service to the community, personal responsibility, and a sense of accomplishment, while instilling in them self-esteem, teamwork, and self-discipline. The chapter supports seven JROTC units and three ROTC units.