Bayside gets boost from Junior Enlisted Association

Navy volunteers from the Junior Enlisted Association, part of the Explosive Ordinance Disposal Expeditionary Support Unit 2 at Little Creek Amphibious Base, groomed the Bayside Middle School courtyard to prepare the grounds in time for this year’s Open House on Aug. 30 as well as the first day of school. The group plans to participate in other projects around Bayside Middle throughout the year

Volunteers from the Junior Enlisted Association of the Explosive Ordinance Disposal Expeditionary Support Unit 2 at Little Creek Amphibious Base are (from left to right) Christopher Terry, Jacob Knecht, Rodney Black, Charles Gwynn, Shawn Clark, Mathew Zorn and Antonio Martinez Hernandez.
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2 thoughts on “Bayside gets boost from Junior Enlisted Association

  1. Great job to all on that day~! The weather was hot but thanks to the school staff we were plenty hydrated and well taken care of. JEA really stepped up on this one~!

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