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    Sgt. Anniballi recognized for volunteering efforts

    Sgt. Anniballi recognized for volunteering efforts

    WEST POINT, NY, UNITED STATES

    06.04.2015

    Photo by Robert K Lanier 

    Keller Army Community Hospital

    Sgt. Amanda Anniballi (center), who works in Keller Army Community Hospital’s Family Practice, displays her Black and Gold Volunteer Award with Command Sgt. Maj. Joel Crawford (left), command sergeant major, Garrison West Point; and Col. Landy Dunham, commander, Garrison West Point, during the June 4, 2015, Gold Volunteer Recognition ceremony at the Army Community Service Center, West Point, N.Y. Anniballi was recognized for her commitment to the Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS) program. Since 2013, the Panguitch, Utah, native has volunteered to support special community-wide events and activities for West Point single Soldiers. Anniballi is a strong supporter of special events and encourages other BOSS members to volunteer. In October 2014, Anniballi assisted with the Family and Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Haunted House and Oktoberfest. Anniballi’s dedicated service is admirable and she has made a positive impact on quality of life for single Soldiers at West Point.

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    Date Taken: 06.04.2015
    Date Posted: 06.24.2015 15:48
    Photo ID: 2026068
    VIRIN: 060415-A-FL546-001
    Resolution: 4037x2691
    Size: 7.36 MB
    Location: WEST POINT, NY, US 
    Hometown: PANGUITCH, UT, US

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