Bonita Powers, Director, Spokane Veterans Home gives a presentation to chapter members and guests at the March 2018 social.
Chapter attendees at the April 2016 social honored those members and spouses that have passed away.
The Spokane Chapter of MOAA celebrated its 42nd anniversary at the April 2016 social.
Attendees at the April 2016 social received a presentation by a representative from the Fairchild Air Force Sergeants Association.
LtGen, USAF (Ret.) Dana Atkins New MOAA President.
WSCOC 2016 Officers
Left to Right: Dave Casteel, Col, USAF (Ret.), VP Legislative Affairs, Columbia River Chapter, Lorri Gilchrist, CDR, USN (Ret.), Secretary-Treasurer, Olympic Peninsula Chapter, Dana Atkins, LtGen, USAF (Ret.), Incoming National President, Beth Ann Daigre’, VP Surviving Spouse Affairs, Spokane Chapter, Deryl McCarty, Col, USAF (Ret.), President, Mt. Rainier Chapter, Missing from picture: George Stotz, CAPT, AUS (Ret.), VP Chapter Affairs.
General Tony Robertson(USAF-Ret, MOAA’s chairman of the board) presents the 2014 5-Star Chapter Award to Greg Sassman(LTC (USA-Ret). Greg represented the chapter at the 2015 MOAA Annual Meeting, and accepted the award on behalf of all chapter members.
The Spokane Indians game was an eleven inning event but we won by one player who got hit by the pitched ball and then stole bases all the way to home plate. We had lots of fun and laughs, plus yummy food and Kettle Corn.
Back row: Phil & Carol Kowzan, Rufus Hoefer
Middle row: Amanda, Diane & Merl Gorton
Front row: Betty Krafft, Betty's Mom, Beth Ann Daigre
Washington State Veterans Home in Spokane receives a donation from the Spokane Chapter of MOAA.
Lt Col Robert Imle, USAF (ret) presented the MOAA ROTC Cadet award to Army ROTC Cadet Thomas Wiebold at Gonzaga University.
Lt Col Robert Imle, USAF (ret) (far right) attended the Air Force JROTC Military Ball at Rogers High School. In the above picture from left is last year’s MOAA award winner Caleb Ybarra (Operations Sq/CC; Cadet Major Katie Willoughby (Logistics Sq/CC, Color Guard and Drill Team/CC), the first recipient of the Spokane Chapter’s Colonel Spady Koyama Scholarship, and she has the next eight years of colleges and universities planned out, culminating in her becoming a veterinarian. Cadet Sgt Brandon Matney was the recipient of the Spokane Chapter MOAA Award for Outstanding Cadet. Lt