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Dunedin High School







Community Service


First of all, thank you very much for all of those who have volunteered during the 2009-2010 school year! You have helped the community and the Unit through your fine work. Community Service is just as crucial to our NJROTC unit as our teams are. We have completed 40 community services, all ranging from the end of the toys for totís distribution, to the innisbrook JA Golf Tournament. We also have completed parking and chain gangs for all varsity football games and chain gangs for most of the Junior Varsity games. We participate in many Calidesi and Honeymoon island clean ups and city activities.In total the unit has 2312 hours out of our 2500 hour goal. We encourage as many cadets to come, so if you sign up, please show up! It will help your neighborhood, your unit, and yourself through getting a Community Service ribbon.


The Ribbon is obtained by either a predetermined number of community services cadets have completed (i.e. 10 out of 15), or the number of hours a cadet has.

Thank you for all your help and I hope to see you at more of our Community Services!


By: Community Service Officers:

C/ENS Phillip Kozlowski, C/ENS Aaron Minix

Edited By:
PAO Vance Andersen

Noteworthy Community Services


1.      Calidesi Island Beach Clean up

2.      Island Earth Days at Honeymoon Island

3.      Air potato clean ups at Hammock Park

4.      Toys for Totís Pick up

5.      Toys for Totís Distribution

6.      J.A. Days at elementary schools

7.      J.A. Golf Tournament