Paul Johnson

Paul Johnson

Talkback for Sunday January 21 2024 – Command Sgt Major Greg Seymour updating activities at Fort Liberty (Week of January 22 through 27 and March 23 All American Half-Marathon and 5K Runs) Download

26:18 Download January 23rd

Today is Sunday January 21st 2024.  The 21st day of the year – with 345 remaining in this leap year of 2024! 

With a whole spate of scheduled activities this week at Fort Liberty, – from Post emergency preparation drills on Wednesday to the continuation of Robin Sage all week – to this Friday night’s college hockey game at Cleland ice rink – to this coming Saturday’s Smith Lake Polar Plunge  (which last year drew 250 participants) – to registration for a couple of the Post’s we determined this might be a pretty timely day to preview Fort Liberty’s profound week…with the Garrison’s highest ranking and most senior enlisted soldier, nearly 27 year veteran Command Sergeant Major Greg Seymour… 

Interview of Command Sergeant Major Greg Seymour 22:50 

Thanks again, Command Sergeant Major Greg Seymour… 

To read more and the latest about anything Fort Liberty, search Fort Liberty and click on the top search item, Home-dot-Army-dot-Mil-slash-Liberty.  On Facebook and Instagram, lust search Fort Liberty! 

WE APPRECIATE Fort Liberty opening up to us about post happenings and special events! 

As we’ve mentioned in the past few weeks, the streak of cold weather days – plus donations being down at the same time demands, expectations and requests for help and resources by families in need being up, has squeezed one of the reliable backstops in our community, the Salvation Army of the Sandhills.   

The Salvation Army of the Sandhills strives to do the most good …with Love and resources – in everything we ask them to do in our community…from sheltering families in need, to helping the hurting, aiding families down on their luck at Christmas, to simply providing for the cold and hungry. 

Now, the Salvation Army of the Sandhills needs our help! 

Please give what you can!  Right now.  Patronize the Salvation Army Thrift Store in Fayetteville at Robeson and Blount Streets.  Search Salvation Army of the Sandhills and push the red Donate button.  Ask your family to donate.  Convince your friends to donate! 

The Salvation Army’s time of need is now!  And we can’t let our backstop down!  Let’s keep the Salvation Army in the six-county Sandhills doing the most good! 

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