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Default Air Force Logo Local notes for Jan. 26
Project CHEER A concert run leaves at 1 p.m. on Feb. 3. to Lubbock, Texas. Bands performing include Three Days Grace and Saliva and will play at The Pavilion. Cost is $40, which includes admission and round trip transportation from the Cannon Community Center. To purchase a ticket, call 784-6381. Project Cheer is designed to create hope, and an
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Default Air Force Logo Sport Shorts Jan. 26
Cannon Lanes 784-2280 Family Bowl-a-Rama -- Bowl two hours with up to six family members on a lane for $12 from 6 to 9 p.m. Jan. 26. The p 0rice includes shoes and a pitcher of soda. Lanes assigned from 5 to 7 p.m. Cosmic Family Night -- Bowl for $2 per game from 6 p.m. to midnight Jan. 27. Bowl with the lights over the lanes turned off and
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CANNON AIR FORCE BASE, N.M. -- Col. Scott West, 27th Fighter Wing commander, presents Ms. Oleary with the Viper Volunteer award Jan. 23. She earned this award by assisting with the maintenance group spouse’s day and volunteering as a sexual assault victim advocate. She knits booties for the Bundles for Babies program while lending a hand to downtown organizations. She has logged more than 100 hours coaching soccer and acted as the registrar for the men’s adult soccer league. (U.S. Air Force photo/Airman Erik Cardenas) Jan. 23 Viper Volunteer

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Default Air Force Logo Cannon 90+ club members
Congratulations 90+ Club Members Airman Daniel Hallimen, 27th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron, 97 Airman 1st Class Nathan Jackson, 27 AMXS, 97 Airman 1st Class Chase Moon, 27 AMXS, 97 Senior Airman Valentin Alonso, 27th Logistics Readiness Squadron, 96 Senior Airman Tony Murphy, 27th Component Maintenance Squadron, 96 Airman Travis Latta, 27th Civil
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Lt. Col. Tod Fingal, 522nd Fighter Squadron commander, performs a pre-flight inspection on his F-16 before  before heading to Nellis Air Force Base, Nev. Jan. 18. Pilots and maintainers from the 522nd will join Airmen arriving from throughout the world for the the Red Flag exercise. (Air Force photo/Airman Erik Cardenas) Ready for Red Flag

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Default Air Force Logo Stomach bug keeps 27th Medical Group active
The Cannon medical group has seen a recent increase of acute gastroenteritis, commonly known as the "stomach bug" among its clients. This illness typically presents itself with symptoms of vomiting, diarrhea and generally feeling "poor." Running a low-grade fever (up to 100 degrees) is common. This illness has been lasting around 24 hours. If you
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Cannon will host a Prayer Breakfast at 8 a.m. at The Landing on Feb. 1. Retired Chaplain (Maj. Gen.) Lorraine Potter, the Air Force's first female chaplain and first female Air Force chief of chaplains,  will be the keynote speaker. For tickets, Airmen can contact their first sergeants or call 784-2507. (Courtesy graphic) Air Force's first female chaplain to speak at Prayer Breakfast
The Air Force's first female chaplain who later became the first female Air Force chief of chaplains, will address Cannon Airmen at a Prayer Breakfast at 8 a.m. Thursday at The Landing. The breakfast at Cannon is part of a National Prayer Breakfast that will be celebrated throughout the nation on Thursday. Retired Chaplain (Maj. Gen.) Lorraine
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Default Air Force Logo Bundles of knowledge given to parents-to-be
Approximately 50 moms-to-be and a handful of dads-to-be attended Bundles for Babies at the Airman and Family Readiness Center Jan. 18. Many are looking forward to the birth of their first baby, some are expecting twins and a few are second time parents. Most are due around March. All were ready to participate in the two-and-a-half hour class which
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Staff Sgt. Nicholas Asbury, 27th Equipment Maintenance Squadron, holds his son at the flightline shortly after returning to Cannon Air Force Base, N.M. via a chartered jet Jan. 18. Sergeant Asbury was one of nearly 300 Airmen who returned on the flight after serving in Iraq for four months. (Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Scott McKay) Cannon welcomes back its Airman
Nearly 300 Cannon Airmen returned home Jan. 18 Thursday to hugs, handshakes and thank-yous after completing a four-month deployment to Balad Air Base, Iraq, that occurred during the Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year holidays. Anxious family members and friends filled Hangar 133 to greet their returning Airmen who arrived to Cannon by charter
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Default Air Force Logo Organization key to reaching financial success
It's the time of year when people think about getting their finances in shape. According to noted financial adviser Dave Ramsey, the average enlisted person will have $750,000 go through their hands in a 20- year career. It's important to know what is going on with that money. When was the last time you looked at your leave and earning statement
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