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October 20th, 2010
October 20th, 2010

USCG DIVISION ONE CHANGE OF WATCH

At the end of every operational season each unit in the US Coast Guard Auxiliary holds a Change of Watch event. These events celebrate the events of the year and the hard work of the members and staff officers of the unit. This year is a very special one for the USCGA and the CCGA Central and Arctic groups. This year our two groups trained together, patrolled together and participated in a SAR exercise together. We, from the 9th Eastern Region are
completely thrilled with the results of our new partnership. We believe that this beginning is the start of something great and look forward the next year´s on‐water operations together.
At the D1 Change of watch, Mr. Palfrey and Mr. Scofield were congratulated and presented certificates for their work and the work of their crews resulting in the successful forming of a partnership that will surely benefit the communities and boating public along the St. Lawrence River.
We in District Nine Eastern Region thank, Mr. Palfrey, Mr. Scofield and their crews for all their hard work and dedication and congratulate them for a job very well done.

Robert Laurer, USCGA, 9ER Chief of Staff

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