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RTC Thanksgiving and Christmas Adopt-A-Sailor Program Dates

This year the dates for the RTC Adopt -A-Sailor programs for Thanksgiving and Christmas are as follows.

Thanksgiving:

TG's graduating on December 4th and December 11th are participate Thanksgiving Adopt-A-Sailor.

Here is the link to the NOTE:

Thanksgiving Adopt-A-Sailor program

It is also posted on the timeline with questions from followers.

Christmas:

TG's graduating on December 31st and January 8th will participate in Christmas Adopt- A-Sailor.

All other TG's who will remain on base during the holiday will be treated to a traditional dinner and Holiday routine.

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Comment by Patrice on December 1, 2015 at 2:07pm

where do i get the form to adopt for Christmas

Comment by liltxnavymom on December 2, 2015 at 1:43pm

Ok, lemonelephant told me to look for a form and I noticed that another person said the SR has to fill it out and send it to us, but we are so far away I am thinking my daughter is not sending to us because she knows we will be up within 2 weeks for the PIR. So am I to understand that Adopt a sailor is for her own family is to do this otherwise she will be available to another family close by to have the opportunity to be adopted? And does the family come get them and take them off base? Can they designate a specific family to do so? If so I have family close by that I can come get her for that. Hope she does send me the letter or form but if she doesn't is there anything we can do?

Comment by liltxnavymom on December 3, 2015 at 5:19pm

Ok it looks like I have the answers, found them on the link you have here. Thanks

Comment by FireTeamLeaderWife aka FTLW on December 3, 2015 at 6:40pm

Sorry for the delay...I'll have to look at my settings as I don't think I am getting notified about BLOG comments.

Glad you found the link...it does have most of the info you need. The rest of the details come in the Adopt a Sailor form that the Recruit sends home.

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