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Falmouth Service center, OCAC, and chaplains donate dozens of Thanksgiving fixings to wing members

OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mass.—More than 35 frozen turkeys and 450 pounds of fresh vegetables were distributed to 102nd Intelligence Wing members on a first come, first served basis here, November 27. 

Thanks to the Falmouth Service center, Otis Civilian Advisory Council, and facilitation by U.S. Coast Guard chaplains, dozens of Airmen were able to obtain a free Thanksgiving turkey, potatoes, carrots and other fixings for their holiday meals at home.

“The more collaboration we have with the other services on Joint Base Cape Cod, the more our Airmen will have opportunities to receive these types of benefits from our community,” said Erin Creighton, Otis Family Programs manager, “We are certainly very thankful for the continuous generosity of our community supporters.”

OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mass.—More than 35 frozen turkeys and 450 pounds of fresh vegetables were distributed to 102nd Intelligence Wing members on a first come, first served basis here, November 27. Thanks to the Falmouth Service center, Otis Civilian Advisory Council, and facilitation by U.S. Coast Guard chaplains, dozens of Airmen were able to obtain a free Thanksgiving turkey, potatoes, carrots and other fixings for their holiday meals at home. “The more collaboration we have with the other services on Joint Base Cape Cod, the more our Airmen will have opportunities to receive these types of benefits from our community,” said Erin Creighton, Otis Family Programs manager, “We are certainly very thankful for the continuous generosity of our community supporters.”

OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mass.—More than 35 frozen turkeys and 450 pounds of fresh vegetables were distributed to 102nd Intelligence Wing members on a first come, first served basis here, November 27. 

Thanks to the Falmouth Service center, Otis Civilian Advisory Council, and facilitation by U.S. Coast Guard chaplains, dozens of Airmen were able to obtain a free Thanksgiving turkey, potatoes, carrots and other fixings for their holiday meals at home.

“The more collaboration we have with the other services on Joint Base Cape Cod, the more our Airmen will have opportunities to receive these types of benefits from our community,” said Erin Creighton, Otis Family Programs manager, “We are certainly very thankful for the continuous generosity of our community supporters.”

OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mass.—More than 35 frozen turkeys and 450 pounds of fresh vegetables were distributed to 102nd Intelligence Wing members on a first come, first served basis here, November 27. Thanks to the Falmouth Service center, Otis Civilian Advisory Council, and facilitation by U.S. Coast Guard chaplains, dozens of Airmen were able to obtain a free Thanksgiving turkey, potatoes, carrots and other fixings for their holiday meals at home. “The more collaboration we have with the other services on Joint Base Cape Cod, the more our Airmen will have opportunities to receive these types of benefits from our community,” said Erin Creighton, Otis Family Programs manager, “We are certainly very thankful for the continuous generosity of our community supporters.”

OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mass.—More than 35 frozen turkeys and 450 pounds of fresh vegetables were distributed to 102nd Intelligence Wing members on a first come, first served basis here, November 27. 

Thanks to the Falmouth Service center, Otis Civilian Advisory Council, and facilitation by U.S. Coast Guard chaplains, dozens of Airmen were able to obtain a free Thanksgiving turkey, potatoes, carrots and other fixings for their holiday meals at home.

“The more collaboration we have with the other services on Joint Base Cape Cod, the more our Airmen will have opportunities to receive these types of benefits from our community,” said Erin Creighton, Otis Family Programs manager, “We are certainly very thankful for the continuous generosity of our community supporters.”

OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mass.—More than 35 frozen turkeys and 450 pounds of fresh vegetables were distributed to 102nd Intelligence Wing members on a first come, first served basis here, November 27. Thanks to the Falmouth Service center, Otis Civilian Advisory Council, and facilitation by U.S. Coast Guard chaplains, dozens of Airmen were able to obtain a free Thanksgiving turkey, potatoes, carrots and other fixings for their holiday meals at home. “The more collaboration we have with the other services on Joint Base Cape Cod, the more our Airmen will have opportunities to receive these types of benefits from our community,” said Erin Creighton, Otis Family Programs manager, “We are certainly very thankful for the continuous generosity of our community supporters.”

OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mass.—More than 35 frozen turkeys and 450 pounds of fresh vegetables were distributed to 102nd Intelligence Wing members on a first come, first served basis here, November 27. 

Thanks to the Falmouth Service center, Otis Civilian Advisory Council, and facilitation by U.S. Coast Guard chaplains, dozens of Airmen were able to obtain a free Thanksgiving turkey, potatoes, carrots and other fixings for their holiday meals at home.

“The more collaboration we have with the other services on Joint Base Cape Cod, the more our Airmen will have opportunities to receive these types of benefits from our community,” said Erin Creighton, Otis Family Programs manager, “We are certainly very thankful for the continuous generosity of our community supporters.”

OTIS AIR NATIONAL GUARD BASE, Mass.—More than 35 frozen turkeys and 450 pounds of fresh vegetables were distributed to 102nd Intelligence Wing members on a first come, first served basis here, November 27. Thanks to the Falmouth Service center, Otis Civilian Advisory Council, and facilitation by U.S. Coast Guard chaplains, dozens of Airmen were able to obtain a free Thanksgiving turkey, potatoes, carrots and other fixings for their holiday meals at home. “The more collaboration we have with the other services on Joint Base Cape Cod, the more our Airmen will have opportunities to receive these types of benefits from our community,” said Erin Creighton, Otis Family Programs manager, “We are certainly very thankful for the continuous generosity of our community supporters.”