SS-Sturmbannführer Gerhard Bremer photographed in March 1944 during a military drill with Hitlerjugend Division at the Beverloo Training Ground, Belgium. He was awarded the Knight’s Cross for outstanding leadership during the initial phase of the Operation Barbarossa with Leibstandarte Division and on 26 November 1944 the Oak Leaves with Hitlerjugend Division.
First of all, I just want to thank @desirexe for taking time out of her day and driving me all the way to Kent very, very early this morning for Seattle Rally. I feel incredibly bad that I could not get that shirt for you but hopefully that at any upcoming Key Club event I can get it for you.
Second - Seattle Rally from 9am - 4:30pm Today, I was able to meet some amazingly talented and incredibly funny people at Seattle Rally. For the first part we all played ice-breakers (which didn’t really help since for most of the games I stayed within my normal group of friends.) and was able to see all the different divisions in our district. I’ve gotta say, there were many spirited people here today to represent their division. But- 2-6!!!!
Before all of the forums, the whole district came together in the auditorium and heard many speeches. one that stuck out to me the most was “Hold up! … That is whack!" by the one and only Hoan Do. This guy never failed to keep me interested during his speech, and had nothing but great things to say that could relate to me. Not to mention he was absolutely hilarious and that fact the he re enacted his "Hey Micky” performance for us all in his cheerleading outfit. Haha.
We proceeded onto lunch and the entire time, Andry, @sharonfelix, Maxine and I were snackin’ on some fruit snacks. :). Oh! And wrote “Call Me Maybe?” on a piece of paper with a certain someone’s number on it and left it at the lunch table in hopes that someone else would pick it up and randomly call it to see if it was some hot girls number. But really it would M-Wo’s number. Lol. (Thank goodness he doesn’t have a tumblr.)
After that, we went on to the second part of the forums and some of us decided to to go “How to Woo With Wu”. Might I add, that that was the highlight of my day. I couldn’t help but laugh and agree with some of the things that he had said. And Sharon, Max and I couldn’t help but find it adorable that he was giving relationship advice and (for some reason) has never been in a real relationship before. He’s said some wise words, and I honestly have no idea how he’s never had a girlfriend.
Well, I don’t want to bore you with the rest of this, ‘cause most of the people that are reading this probably went to Seattle Rally. Or no one is actually reading this. (…awkward…)
But, to anyone that is reading this, I hope that this encourages some of you (high schoolers specifically) to join Key Club, 'cause in the end, it’s definitely worth it and you get to meet some incredible people. :)
Oh, and before I forget. Tell me why I was able to find about 5 or 6 cute guys today and Sharon and Max weren’t able to find one?
This Tiger from the 4th Coy of schwere Panzer Abteilung 506 knocked out a
T26E3 Pershing named Fireball of the 3rd Armored Division on 26
February near Elsdorf, Germany, but while attempting to withdraw, it was
immobilized and abandoned.