Each year Three Rivers Detachment nominate candidates for the prestigious Four Chaplains Award for his/her outstanding dedication and service to the community. This year, three members of #310 were nominated and received this award.
Joyce Bailey: As Adjutant of the Washington County Young Marines, Joyce Bailey is the driving force behind the scenes coordinating all the events and activities of the unit. She has devoted herself tirelessly to assist her husband Don Bailey, Unit Commander, in providing a quality experience for boys and girls, to help them become responsible citizens who enjoy and promote a healthy, drug-free lifestyle.
Jeremy Harbaugh, Captain, USMC: Captain Jeremy Harbaugh, USMC, is President and Co-founder of the Wounded Heroes Hunting Camp, Inc. (WHHC). WHHC was founded in February 2012 by the then 2nd Lt. Jeremy Harbaugh (who was in his early 20’s) and is a registered 501 (c )(3) non-profit, dedicated to helping wounded combat veterans heal. WHHC’s mission is accomplished by getting Wounded Heroes outdoors hunting and fishing, thereby challenging, empowering and enabling them to do the things they love. The Heroes hosted on these trips come from across the entire United States.
William Howrilla: Bill has been involved in humanitarian projects with Detachment 310 for over 12 years. He has coordinated numerous efforts to collect and pack hundreds of boxes of items to be sent to our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. He works behind the scenes in a wide variety of ways to assist Marines and other veterans in need, both inside and outside of our area. He is a master wood carver and has personally carved countless eagle head canes, walking sticks and most impressive, wooden figurines with extreme details. He has given them to aged and disabled veterans alike. The most current carving was of a Korean Chosin Few Marine which he presented to the National Museum of the Marine Corps at Quantico. He continually recognizes others for their efforts while active in Marines Helping Marines for our Detachment.