Dover officers group tops in nation for 10th year

Posted 8/27/21

DOVER — The Dover chapter of the Military Officers’ Association of America is once again among the winners of the annual Council and Chapter Levels of Excellence Awards for 2020, …

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Dover officers group tops in nation for 10th year

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DOVER — The Dover chapter of the Military Officers’ Association of America is once again among the winners of the annual Council and Chapter Levels of Excellence Awards for 2020, officials said.

Out of almost 500 MOAA affiliates, Dover Chapter was judged by national committee members’ subjective evaluations and objective performance data, according to a long- established grading scale, to meet five-star standards for the 10th year in a row.

Even during the pandemic, Dover MOAA Chapter members and their volunteer leaders, found new and innovative ways to serve the community and help veterans, excel in grassroots advocacy by nurturing relationships and educating elected officials (often virtually) and growing its membership even without in-person meetings.

The Dover MOAA will resume in-person dinner meetings, with spouses, at Roma’s on Sept. 16 and will continue to meet every third Thursday thereafter until spring.

Membership in MOAA is open to active duty, former, retired and National Guard and Reserve commissioned and warrant officers of the uniformed services and their surviving spouses.

To learn more or to become a part of the Dover MOAA chapter, go online.