What are your New Year’s resolutions?

As we ring in the New Year, we’ve asked several of our staff and fellow shipmates throughout Alaska what resolutions they have for the coming year. Here’s what they had to say:

"My New Year's Resolution is to lose five pounds," Petty Officer 3rd Class Marion Dumaual, Sector Anchorage logisitics.

“My New Year’s Resolution is to lose five pounds,” Petty Officer 3rd Class Marion Dumaual, Sector Anchorage logisitics.

"My New Year's Resolution is to finish my Associates Degree," Petty Officer 2nd Class Megan Zermano, Sector Anchorage logisitics.

“My New Year’s Resolution is to finish my Associates Degree,” Petty Officer 2nd Class Megan Zermano, Sector Anchorage logisitics.

"I don't believe in New Years' resolutions. If I see a change worth making in my life, I make it then." Sam Hatch, 17th District prevention department

“I don’t believe in New Years’ resolutions. If I see a change worth making in my life, I make it then.” Sam Hatch, 17th District prevention department

"My New Year's resolution is to spend more time with my family." Lt. Garth Ware, Base Kodiak C4IT, Juneau Detachment

“My New Year’s resolution is to spend more time with my family.” Lt. Garth Ware, Base Kodiak C4IT, Juneau Detachment

"My News Year’s resolution is to encourage my shipmates to join me in becoming more active in community service and making quarterly visits to help out the local retirement home here and the humane society." Chief Petty Officer Julie Tierney, Rockmore-King Clinic, Coast Guard Base Kodiak

“My News Year’s resolution is to encourage my shipmates to join me in becoming more active in community service and making quarterly visits to help out the local retirement home here and the humane society.” Chief Petty Officer Julie Tierney, Rockmore-King Clinic, Coast Guard Base Kodiak

“As we start to roll out new programs at the Chapel in 2015, my New Year’s resolution would be to do all that I can to help people further their relationship with the Lord. Programs involving specific discussions in groups, along with men’s, women’s and youth ministries, will help me reach these goals.” Navy Chaplain Lt. Aaron Wesson, Coast Guard Base Kodiak

“As we start to roll out new programs at the Chapel in 2015, my New Year’s resolution would be to do all that I can to help people further their relationship with the Lord. Programs involving specific discussions in groups, along with men’s, women’s and youth ministries, will help me reach these goals.” Navy Chaplain Lt. Aaron Wesson, Coast Guard Base Kodiak

 

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