Kevin Byrne

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Name: Kevin Byrne
Date registered: November 29, 2012

Latest posts

  1. May Monthly Luncheon: Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program — May 14, 2015
  2. April Update from Nate Sandvig, President at The West Point Society of Oregon — April 20, 2015
  3. 2015 Founders Day – RSVP Requested — February 19, 2015
  4. February Monthly Luncheon: Team Red, White and Blue — February 10, 2015
  5. January 14th – Joint-alum lunch with the VA Portland Health Care System Director, Joanne Krumberger — January 4, 2015

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May 14

May Monthly Luncheon: Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program

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My Friends, In like a lion, out like a lion… I’m excited to share our final luncheon of the 2014-2015 season! We are proud to have Carolyn Bateson of the VA Portland Health Care System to talk about the VA’s efforts around the Homeless Veterans’ Reintegration Program. Carolyn Bateson, LCSW, Program Director, Community Reintegration Services …

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Apr 20

April Update from Nate Sandvig, President at The West Point Society of Oregon

All, I hope all is well after enjoying a fabulous and busy March with the raptures of West Point Glee Club at Nike and another outstanding Founders Day made possible by the efforts of our leadership and your attendance at the MAC. As your new president of the West Point Society of Oregon, below are …

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Feb 19

2015 Founders Day – RSVP Requested

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The West Point Society of Oregon is pleased to invite you and your spouse or guest to the 2015 Founders Day Dinner. Our special guest and keynote speaker will be Brigadier General Timothy E. Trainor, Ph.D., Class of 1983. Brigadier General Trainor is the 13th Dean of the Academic Board at West Point. Brigadier General …

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Feb 10

February Monthly Luncheon: Team Red, White and Blue

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My Friends, Michelle Haines, Chapter Captain of Team Red, White and Blue Portland will dine with us next week to share the activity being done by the Team. Team RWB’s mission is to enrich the lives of America’s veterans by connecting them to their community through physical and social activity. Read more about the team …

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Jan 04

January 14th – Joint-alum lunch with the VA Portland Health Care System Director, Joanne Krumberger

My Friends, Happy New Year!  We’re ready to kick off 2015 with a fabulous joint-academy luncheon. Please join us as we dine and celebrate with our fellow alum from USNA and USAFA on January 14th (NOTE: the meeting is the 2nd Wednesday this month).  The VA Portland Health Care System Director Joanne Krumberger will be our luncheon …

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Dec 08

BEAT NAVY!

My Friends, No matter where you are, be sure to cheer on the Army Team this weekend. The game kick off is scheduled for noon our time, at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, MD. Portland Area: Big Al’s Beaverton, 14950 SW Barrows Rd., Beaverton. Join us anytime after 1100 to start celebrating all things Army! …

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Nov 20

One update on events!

My Friends, As a follow up to my meeting notes at yesterday’s luncheon, here is a single summary of all the incredible events that we have coming up with The West Point Society of Oregon! November: November 25 Social Call, with Cadet Hope Landsem ’15 and Cadet Kyle Warren ’15 Join us for an after …

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Nov 11

Thank You For Your Service!

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Oct 30

Beat Air Force!

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We’ve been able to confirm that we can occupy Grand Central Bowling a little before 0830, in time for kickoff, and the kitchen and bar open at 0900. Grand Central Bowling 808 SE Morrison St, Portland, OR 97232 If you can, come on down to celebrate as we Beat the Zoomies!   Make sure to …

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Oct 23

19 November Monthly Luncheon (& The Holiday Season Is On Its Way)

November Monthly Luncheon (Please RSVP) Brett Miller will join us to speak about the Wounded Warriors Project® (WWP).  Brett will speak to us about the programs, development, and history of WWP and their vision to foster the most successful, well-adjusted generation of wounded service members in our nation’s history. This is a wonderful opportunity to …

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