Chipping away at sexual assault
By Lesley Maceyak
April 14, 2016 1 / 1 and MWR Directorate donated numerous prizes for the teambuilding event. VIEW ORIGINAL
Carl Boerner and Fred Edwards from the Army Logistics University watch their teammate Joshua Kirk drive the ball during the Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month Golf Tournament Friday at the Cardinal Golf Club. The Fort Lee SHARP office hosted the inaugural competition that brought 143 golfers (36 teams) out to support the cause. The Family and MWR Directorate donated numerous prizes for the teambuilding event.
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