Upcoming Events and Fundraisers:
(we do have drill dates on top of these events!)
January 22nd at 10am- Recruit Sign ups
March 26th -
Vietnam Veterans Pinning Ceremony
10 am, at the Lazy U Ranch, home of the SS American Memorial.
Registration required, send an email
May 30th- Memorial Day Ceremony
June 14th- Flag Day Ceremonies with American Legion and Elk's Lodge
July 4th- Parade downtown Seguin
September 3rd Friday of Month-POW/MIA Ceremony
October 23rd-31st Red Ribbon Week Events
October- Kiki Camarena Motorcycle Run
November 11th- Color Guard- Veterans Day Ceremony at Navarro ISD and Veterans Park- City of Seguin, 0900/1100-1200, SS American Memorial/FFA 1800
November 19th- Color Guard and Volunteering for the Sanctioned Cat Show at the Seguin Collesium. 0845-1700
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We won the 3rd place in 2021, 2nd place award in 2019, and the 1st place Division 4 Kiki Camarena Award for our Red Ribbon efforts in our community, May 2018.
We are proud to be a part of the Young Marines, our nation’s premiere, award-winning program for boys and girls age eight to graduation from high school.
The Young Marines promote a healthy, drug-free lifestyle, and we rely heavily upon teaching and instilling the values of Discipline, Teamwork, and Leadership to youths participating in our program. Our goal is to set a positive example to instruct and inspire and develop leadership skills in our youths.
New members go through recruit training to learn marching, military history, Young Marines history and so much more! Young Marines take part in numerous activities in our area and sometimes in combination with other units.
These activites include community service, Veterans ceremonies, color guards, parades, encampments, team-building activities and field trips to visit local sites of interest. Other activities include clear instruction about the dangers of drug abuse and helpful instruction on how to deal with peer pressure and other issues vital to our youth and America’s future.
It all begins when you contact us to request more information
about our next recruit class:
email@example.com or our Unit Commander Dina Dillon at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are also looking for Adult Volunteers who want to make a difference in a young persons life.
Young Marines strengthen the lives of America's youth by teaching the importance of self-confidence, academic achievement, honoring our veterans, good citizenship, community service, and a healthy, drug-free lifestyle.