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CFC goal within reach

Posted 11/12/2010   Updated 11/12/2010 Email story   Print story

    


by Sarah Olaciregui
66th Air Base Group Public Affairs


11/12/2010 - HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. -- With less than a week left in Hanscom's Combined Federal Campaign, more than $200,000 has been collected toward the $245,000 goal.

"We're at 82 percent of our goal," said Capt. Dave Alpar, the CFC installation manager, "and I'm confident that we'll reach that goal."

According to Captain Alpar, more donations came in during the beginning of the campaign as compared to last year.

"I think this is a testament to the unit representatives," he said. "It means they are getting out there and asking people to donate."

Many organizations have held their own fundraisers, as well. For example, for those federal employees that participated in the Veterans Day Fun Run at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Bedford, $10 from the registration fee was donated to the CFC.

The last day of Hanscom's CFC is Nov. 17. Anyone who wishes to donate may contact their unit representatives.

Unit Representatives:
Hanscom representative: Capt. Dave Alpar 781-377-2668

AFRL:
2nd Lt. Steve Maksim
2nd Lt. Dan Savini

Battle Management Directorate:
Capt. Al Otero
Capt. Butch Wood

Cyber/Netcentric Directorate:
Capt. Kimberly D. Smith
2nd Lt. Gary Jones

C2ISR Directorate:
Matt Ambrose
Capt. Reyn Yamashiro
Samantha Welch
James Logan
Catherine Foster
Matthew Peterson

Enterprise Information Systems Directorate:
2nd Lt. Sean Millner
Capt. Wellington Phillips

Electronic Systems Center:
1st Lt. Tyler Tritz
1st Lt. Katie Jannazo



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