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Chapter 94 Info

Meetings and Locations:

Eagle Chapter 94 of TREA: The Enlisted Association meets the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm at American Legion Post 172 on Watson Bolevard. The meeting lasts approximately 1 hour. Usually one month of each calendar quarter the Eagle Chapter meets for a dinner meeting at a local restaurant instead of the normal meeting. Chapter 94 also gets together on the last Saturday of each month for breakfast at a local restraurant. This meeting is a less formal one and is intended primarily as a social gathering. As always, spouses or significant others are invited and encouraged to attend all meetings and activities.

TREA Eagle Chapter 94 welcomes your input and ideas to make our chapter and website even better. To make suggestions, simply fill out the feedback form on this website. All suggestions will be seriously considered.

Eagle Chapter 94 Supports:

  • Georgia JROTC Program - Our Chapter procures and presents TREA Awards of Merit to outstanding cadets at High Schools throughout the Central Georgia area

  • The Robins Air Force Base Retiree Activities Office - We assist in the Support of military retirees of all branches of Military Service at Robins Air Force Base and the Central Georgia area. We are a member of the Robins Air Force Base Retirees Council

  • Hearts to Heroes - We actively support Hearts to Heroes. This is a program operated by volunteers that collects and sends needed items to our troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Chapter 94 collects items for shipment as well as making donations to cover the postage for these packages

  • Toys for Tots and Angel Tree Christmas Toy Programs - We collect toys and other donations for these programs at Robins Air Force Base

  • Legislative Affairs - Active in many facets of the legislative process. We are constantly working to insure the erosion of earned and deserved benefits is stopped or slowed.

  • Honor and Remember - An initiative to get the Honor and Remember Flag approved at national, state, and local levels honoring the more than 1.6 million fallen veterans of all conflicts.

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