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Lawton-Fort Sill Co-Op 30th Anniversary Banquet and Dinges Award Program - Designed by Yoonhee

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  • Lawton Fort Sill Co-Op Anniversary BanquetTuesday November 30, 2010 6pm

    Patriot Club 500 Upton Road Fort Sill

    27 June 1980 MG Edward Dinges, Commanding General of Fort Sill, presented the Co-Op program to the Military Aairs Council of the Lawton Chamber of Commerce Inc. (LCCI). e program was designed to promote a better understanding between young soldiers and their civilian neighbors.

    12 September 1980 MG Dinges presented the Co-Op Program to the entire LCCI.

    14 November 1980 MG Dinges and Mayor Wayne Gilley, Mayor of Lawton, signed a proclamation declaring the week of 16 to 22 November 1980 as Lawton/Fort Sill Co-Op Week.

    16-22 November 1980 First Lawton/Fort Sill Co-Op Week.

    November 1980 e Program consists of 11 Businesses and Fort Sill.

    Spring of 1982 e program consists of 40 military units and 40 businesses.

    22 May 1992 e Co-Op Program was recognized by the Secretary of Defense, Dick Cheney, for the Commander in Chiefs Installation Excellence.

    14 June 1985 President Ronald Regan presented the Presidents Citation Program Award to the LCCI for the founding of the Co-Op Program. e program consists of 46 military units and 67 businesses.

    20 May 1988 Co-Op Park opening/dedication by MG Hallada and Mayor Gilley.

    August 1991 e Program consists of 43 military units and 77 civilian Businesses.

    October 1991 e rst Dinges Award was presented to K-Mart and 3-321 FA. e was named in recognition of MG Edward Dinges and presented annually to the civilian-military partnership that best exemplies the spirit of cooperation in promoting total community of excellence. February 1993 Co-Op Program agrees to adopt Roger Lane under the Oklahoma Department of Transportation Adopt-A-Highway Program.

    July 1994 Program consists of 46 military units and 112 civilian businesses.

    January 1997 Program consists of 46 military units and 110 civilian businesses.

    November 2007 e Co-Op adopts the new logo, and the motto of Community of One.

    November 2008 e latest Dinges Award was presented to Fort Sill Federal Credit Union and 2-4 FA.

    February 2009 Program consists of 42 military units and 113 civilian businesses.

    History Facts

  • 30th Anniversary & 2010 Dinges Award LAWTON/FORT SILL CO-OP PROGRAM A solid community relationship is important to any military installation. Fort Sill and the City of Lawton improved their relationship by founding the

    maintain and improve the bonds between the civilian and military communi-

    people involved as possible and to increase communications, cooperation, and understanding between Lawton and Fort Sill.

    additional sum per military member. Civilian organizations are currently required to be members of the Lawton/Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce (LFCC)

    revised that will include communities within a 50 mile radius of Fort Sill.

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    the program through the Co-Op Executive Committee compromised of military and civilian members which meet monthly. In addition, the Co-Op Coordina-tion Council (CCC) meets monthly and is represented by each of the Co-Op

    activities.

    1. Welcome/Introduction (Introduce the head table)

    2. Food Line/ Meet & Greet

    3. Invocation

    4. Proclamation 5. Opening Remarks

    6. Dinges Award Nomination/Procedures

    7. Dinges Award Presentation

    8. Introduce the establishment 9. Co-Op Volunteer of the Year Award

    10. Current /Upcoming Events

    11. Closing Remarks

    12. Entertainment (77th Army Jazz Ensemble)

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    SSG Mike Chavers & Stephanie Johnson SSG Mike Chavers & Stephanie Johnson Chaplain Jay Burke

    Al Fraser

    SSG Mike Chavers & Stephanie Johnson

    Col Lacey & Sheila Lee

    Al Fraser

    Col Lacey & Sheila Lee SSG Mike Chavers & Stephanie Johnson

    Al Fraser

  • 30th Anniversary & 2010 Dinges Award LAWTON/FORT SILL CO-OP PROGRAM A solid community relationship is important to any military installation. Fort Sill and the City of Lawton improved their relationship by founding the

    maintain and improve the bonds between the civilian and military communi-

    people involved as possible and to increase communications, cooperation, and understanding between Lawton and Fort Sill.

    additional sum per military member. Civilian organizations are currently required to be members of the Lawton/Fort Sill Chamber of Commerce (LFCC)

    revised that will include communities within a 50 mile radius of Fort Sill.

    -

    the program through the Co-Op Executive Committee compromised of military and civilian members which meet monthly. In addition, the Co-Op Coordina-tion Council (CCC) meets monthly and is represented by each of the Co-Op

    activities.

    1. Welcome/Introduction (Introduce the head table)

    2. Food Line/ Meet & Greet

    3. Invocation

    4. Proclamation 5. Opening Remarks

    6. Dinges Award Nomination/Procedures

    7. Dinges Award Presentation

    8. Introduce the establishment 9. Co-Op Volunteer of the Year Award

    10. Current /Upcoming Events

    11. Closing Remarks

    12. Entertainment (77th Army Jazz Ensemble)

    1800

    1805 1825 1830 1835 1840

    1845

    1850

    1850

    1855

    1900

    1905

    SSG Mike Chavers & Stephanie Johnson SSG Mike Chavers & Stephanie Johnson Chaplain Jay Burke

    Al Fraser

    SSG Mike Chavers & Stephanie Johnson

    Col Lacey & Sheila Lee

    Al Fraser

    Col Lacey & Sheila Lee SSG Mike Chavers & Stephanie Johnson

    Al Fraser

  • Lawton Fort Sill Co-Op Anniversary BanquetTuesday November 30, 2010 6pm

    Patriot Club 500 Upton Road Fort Sill

    27 June 1980 MG Edward Dinges, Commanding General of Fort Sill, presented the Co-Op program to the Military Aairs Council of the Lawton Chamber of Commerce Inc. (LCCI). e program was designed to promote a better understanding between young soldiers and their civilian neighbors.

    12 September 1980 MG Dinges presented the Co-Op Program to the entire LCCI.

    14 November 1980 MG Dinges and Mayor Wayne Gilley, Mayor of Lawton, signed a proclamation declaring the week of 16 to 22 November 1980 as Lawton/Fort Sill Co-Op Week.

    16-22 November 1980 First Lawton/Fort Sill Co-Op Week.

    November 1980 e Program consists of 11 Businesses and Fort Sill.

    Spring of 1982 e program consists of 40 military units and 40 businesses.

    22 May 1992 e Co-Op Program was recognized by the Secretary of Defense, Dick Cheney, for the Commander in Chiefs Installation Excellence.

    14 June 1985 President Ronald Regan presented the Presidents Citation Program Award to the LCCI for the founding of the Co-Op Program. e program consists of 46 military units and 67 businesses.

    20 May 1988 Co-Op Park opening/dedication by MG Hallada and Mayor Gilley.

    August 1991 e Program consists of 43 military units and 77 civilian Businesses.

    October 1991 e rst Dinges Award was presented to K-Mart and 3-321 FA. e was named in recognition of MG Edward Dinges and presented annually to the civilian-military partnership that best exemplies the spirit of cooperation in promoting total community of excellence. February 1993 Co-Op Program agrees to adopt Roger Lane under the Oklahoma Department of Transportation Adopt-A-Highway Program.

    July 1994 Program consists of 46 military units and 112 civilian businesses.

    January 1997 Program consists of 46 military units and 110 civilian businesses.

    November 2007 e Co-Op adopts the new logo, and the motto of Community of One.

    November 2008 e latest Dinges Award was presented to Fort Sill Federal Credit Union and 2-4 FA.

    February 2009 Program consists of 42 military units and 113 civilian businesses.

    History Facts