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  • 1. Fort Riley Current News Updates: This information has recently been updated, and is now available. http://www.riley.army.mil/OurPost/CurrentNews.asp x In addition to the Current News page there are Garrison Commander's Community Corner articles http://www.riley.army.mil/DocumentList.aspx?lib=GC- Corner More Updates can be found here: 1HBCT Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/#!/1HBCTDevilBrigade Want to be in the know this winter. Check out the Fort Riley MWR Winter Guide and plan your winter activities! http://rileymwr.com/main/?page_id=153338 Ready Army - http://www.riley.army.mil/UnitPage.aspx?unit=ReadyArmy <http://www.riley.army.mil/UnitPage.aspx?unit=ReadyArmy> Ready Army- Prepare yourself for winter driving - also see the Ft Riley website: http://www.riley.army.mil/UnitPage.aspx?unit=ReadyArmy <http://www.riley.army.mil/UnitPage.aspx?unit=ReadyArmy> ______________________________________________________________________________ 12 Sept 2013 1ABCT Weekly Newsletter: please pass along to Soldiers, Family and Friends of 1ABCT. You can always stay up to date with local events by going to 1st Infantry Division page at http://www.riley.army.mil/default.aspx or if you are having issues reading this you can click on this link to read the weekly news. http://www.riley.army.mil/UnitPage.aspx?unit=1bct. We are always up and posting new information on FaceBook! Join us on the Official 1ABCT FaceBook Page at www.facebook.com/1HBCTDEVILBRIGADE?v=wall&ref-sgm
  • 2. Use full websites Finance Mypay: http://www.dfas.mil Thrift Savings Plan: http://www.tsp.gov News Outlets U.S. Army Homepage: http://www.army.mil U.S Department of Defense: http://www.defense.gov Army Knowledge Online (AKO): http://www.us.army.mil DoD Community Relations: http://www.ourmilitary.mil Track Santa: http://www.norad.mil Military Family, Youth, and Children Military Children and Youth: http://www.militaryhomefront.dod.mil USA4 Military Families: http://www.usa4militaryfamilies.dod.mil/portal/page/mhf/USA4/HOMEPAGE_V3 Employment http://www.usajobs.gov Medical Care Dental Care: http://www.tricare.mil/mybenefit/ProfileFilter.do?&puri=%2Fhome%2FDental TRICARE: http://www.tricare.mil TRICARE Online: http://www.tricareonline.com DEERS Enrollment Online: http://tricare.mil/mybenefit/home/overview/Eligibility/DEERS Education DoD Education Activity http://www.dodea.edu/home GI Bill: http://www.gibill.va.gov Services PX : http://www.aafes.com US Postal Service: http://www.usps.com National weather Service: http://www.nws.noaa.gov
  • 3. 13 September Pay Day Scramble Golf: Check in starts 11am: Lunch 1130-1pm, Shotgun starts 1pm. Cost $25 per player Mulligans 4 for $10 includes drinks and raffle. For more information call 785-784-6000. See Flyer 13 &14 September C.L. Hoover Opera House: Annie performance at 7:30pm, Adult $17, Military $15, Student (18 & under) $10 See flyer below. 13 & 20 Sept ember Ft Riley Flag Football Team Tryouts: Looking for a team to get involved with, try out for the Fort Riley Flag Football Team. Tryouts are being held on Sept. 13 & 20th at 6pm at SACCO Softball Complex. Tryouts are open to active duty soldiers only and the team will be traveling to McConnell AFB in November to play. For more information call, 785-239-2813. 13 September Forsyth Bark Park: Corvias Military Living has activities planned for the whole Family, even your four-legged Family members. Bring your furry friends to the Forsyth Bark Park, located on River Road, from 5 to 6 p.m. Sept. 13 to let them unwind and socialize with other dogs. Treats also will be available and one lucky dog will win a dog house built by the Corvias Construction Team! Free and open to all Corvias Military Living Residents. Children must be accompanied by an adult. In the event of rain or high winds, these events will be rescheduled. For more information, contact your community office. 13 September Family Movie Outdoor Night: Interested in more people-oriented activities? Gather up your Family and grab your lawn chairs and head over to the Forsyth community soccer fields to enjoy a Family-friendly movie outdoors on the big screen. Activities begin and seating opens at 7 p.m. Sept. 13 and the movie will start at dusk. No pets, please. Children must be accompanied by an adult. In the event of rain or high winds, these events will be rescheduled. For more information, contact your community office. 14 September Enterprise Fall Festival: Enterprise City Park, Enterprise, KS. Parade @ 10am, events being at 11am-11pm. See flyer below. 14 & 15 September Renaissance Festival Military Appreciation: Renaissance Festival in Kansas City is offering Military Discount Buy one, Get one FREE! Must present Military ID or paperwork for discount. Visit website: http://www.kcrenfest.com/ 14 September Wild West Paintball Shootout: Outdoor Recreation Center $20 per person (must be 13 yrs and older). For more information call 785-239-2363 15 September C.L. Hoover Opera House: Annie performance at 2pm, Adult $17, Military $15, Student (18 & under) $10 See flyer below. 15 September Family Bingo: Rally Point Bingo starts at 2pm Doors open at 12:30pm. Adults $10/Children $5 Bring the Family to play Bingo and win cool prizes. For more information call 785-784-5434.
  • 4. 15 September Geary County Historical Museum: Fall Fair & Ice Cream Social Event, 10am- 530 N. Adams, Junction City, KS We will have Munson Angus Farm's homemade ice cream to be enjoyed with pies, cookies, cakes and brownies made by some of Junction City's best bakers! In the auditorium you can sit and enjoy your refreshments while listening to music. Venture outdoors for more musical entertainment, crafts, home grown produce, antiques, collectibles and flea market items available in booths on the museum grounds. 16 September Sreamfree Marriage: ACS Bldg 7264 Normandy Dr, 6pm-8pm Registration required 785-239-9435. Childcare provided for military families with pre-registration at least one week in advance. This Three-part Workshop offers: challenge previous thoughts about what marriage should be, learn to appreciate all that good and right in your marriage as it is now, explore what will help create the marriage you desire in the future. See flyer below. 17 September Flint Hills Discovery Center Preschoolers in the Flint Hills (ages 4-5): They offer Military discounts-315 South 3rd Street, Manhattan, KS ph 785-587-2726. See Flyer Below 18 September Hispanic Heritage Month Observance: 1145am-1pm @ Riley’s Conference Center Bldg 446 Seitz Dr. Food sampling will be provided. This event is FREE and open to the public. 19 September Flint Hills Discovery Center Go See it Lecture Series: They offer Military discounts-315 South 3rd Street, Manhattan, KS ph 785-587-2726. See Flyer Below 19 September 11 - 1 pm Riley's Conference Center Luncheon Happy Birthday -OCSC Cupcake Wars ~ and it will be yummy, fun and always amazing. If you love to cook cupcakes then plan to come and share them... You can reserve now at via the website www.fortrileyocsc.com or... Reservations@fortrileyocsc.com. 19 September Basic Yeast Breads: K-State Research & Extension: Learn to Bake Basic Yeast Breads- Learn basic bread making skills, then start planning for the holidays. ACS Bldg 7264 Normandy Dr 10am-2pm- Sign up and RSVP by Sept 13 by calling 785-239-9991 or emailing RTRILEY@KSU.EDU. See flyer below. 20-22 September Tough Mudder Volunteers: BOSS program need volunteers for the Tough Mudder event. They need about 27 volunteers for event. Please contact the BOSS representative for more details. See flyer below for this and other future events. 20 September Holiday Yeast Breads: K-State Research & Extension: Learn to Bake Holiday Yeast Breads- Learn basic bread making skills, then start planning for the holidays. ACS Bldg 7264 Normandy Dr 10am-2pm- Sign up and RSVP by Sept 13 by calling 785-239-9991 or emailing RTRILEY@KSU.EDU. See flyer below. 21 September Rolling Hills Zoo: Garden Tour 8am-10am they offer military discount See flyer for details
  • 5. 21 September Flint Hills Discovery Center Through Artists “Eyes Exhibit Opens Footsteps in the Flint Hills (ages 6-8): They offer Military discounts-315 South 3rd Street, Manhattan, KS ph 785-587-2726. See Flyer Below 21 September Yard Art Classic Car Show: Manhattan Town Center 21-22 September Explore an amazing display of classic muscle cars, street rods, custom cars, sport cars, antiques and other collectable cars. 23 September 10-12noon upcoming OCSC Newcomers Welcome at Quarters One. Meet new friends and learn about Ft. Riley. For more information see attached flyer. 23 September Sreamfree Marriage: ACS Bldg 7264 Normandy Dr, 6pm-8pm Registration required 785-239-9435. Childcare provided for military families with pre-registration at least one week in advance. This Three-part Workshop offers: challenge previous thoughts about what marriage should be, learn to appreciate all that good and right in your marriage as it is now, explore what will help create the marriage you desire in the future. See flyer below. 24 September Developmental Delays, Autism & Behavioral Learning Conference: There will be a conference at Riley’s Conference Center starting at 8:30am till 3:30pm for Developmental Delays, Autism & Behavioral Learning for all interested to attend. Please RSVP by 17 Sept by calling Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) at 785-239-9435. Numerous guest speakers-see flyer below. 26 September ACS Outreach Program-Safety –Survival & Self-Defense Classes Registration Deadline: this class is on 10 Oct 6pm-8pm a class to learn strategies to counteract assaults and prepare to take an active role in personal safety through awareness. Prevention , risk reduction and avoidance. Conducted by the FT Riley Police Department. RSVP by 26 Sept, FREE Child Care available Registration with CYSS required! Call 785-239-9435 or Email: usarmy.riley.imcom.mbx.acs@mail.mil to register. See flyer below. 27 Sept 27 & 28 Jammin In JC Blues & BBQ: Jammin in JC Blues and BBQ Festival on Sept 27 and 28 at Heritage Park in Junction City, KS. This is has got to be the hottest Texas Blues line-up in Kansas, and its free to attend. Please check on the link to get more information http://www.jammininjc.com 27-28 September Aggiefest: 8th Annual Multi-Genre Live music & Arts Festival: will have 60+ bands at 8+venues. For more information , visit www.aggievill.org. See Flyer below 28 September Smoky Hill Museum Street Fair: Located at 211 West Iron Ave, Salina, KS 10am-4pm Enjoy a day in Salina-food vendors, 10am Parade on Santa Fe From Elm to Masonic Temple, Outdoor Activities, Indoor Activities, visit website http://www.smokyhillmuseum.org/ for more details. See flyer below for listing of events. 28 September Flint Hills Discovery Center Plein Air Workshop with Zak Barnes: They offer Military discounts-315 South 3rd Street, Manhattan, KS ph 785-587-2726. See Flyer Below
  • 6. 28-29-September OZTOBERFEST: Downtown- Wamego, KS on 28 Sept (Sat) 9am-6pm & 29 Sept (Sun) 10am-4pm check out Wamego with live entertainment, food, craft vendors, and much more. See Flyer below. 28 September BOSS Oktoberfest: Warrior Zone Patio 5pm-8pm join BOSS to bring you a Bavarian Feast. Enjoy German Style Beer, foods such as Schnitzel, Schweinebraten, Apple Strudel, Lebkuchen and More. See Flyer Below. 28 September Post Wide Yard Sale: Ft Riley’s annual Post Wide Yard sale starting at 7:30am. 29 September Circus Musical at Salina Bicentennial Center: 5pm Salina Bicentennial Center-Doors open at 4pm Tickets range $25, $45, $50, & $75 Kids (2-12) just $15 while supplies last! To purchase tickets online visit: http://www.bicentennialcenter.com/viewresults.cfm?calid=833&page=events See flyer below. 29 September Flint Hills Discovery Center Family Day 2013 Art in the Flint Hills: FREE Admission All day activities 12pm-5pm, Clay Pottery, Scratch Board Art, Oil Pastel Drawing and Scavenger Hunt. Check out the flyer for other activities for other September events. Red Cross Messages made easy . You no longer have to hunt for your local Red Cross Chapter. For more information please visit the website below. http://spousebuzz.com/blog/2011/06/red-cross-messages-made-easy.html 30 September Sreamfree Marriage: ACS Bldg 7264 Normandy Dr, 6pm-8pm Registration required 785-239-9435. Childcare provided for military families with pre-registration at least one week in advance. This Three-part Workshop offers: challenge previous thoughts about what marriage should be, learn to appreciate all that good and right in your marriage as it is now, explore what will help create the marriage you desire in the future. See flyer below. 1 October New Operation Hours for Custer Hill Bowling Center & Rally Point Bingo: See Flyer below 5 October Homefront Celebration: Register for Operation Homefront Celebration in Manhattan, Kansas-a spsecial night out just for military spouses. Guest speaker Michele Cuthrel, auther of “Behind the Blue Star Banner” 6pm-9pm. See flyer for details and pre-register is required for this event at http://www.operationhomefron.net/ksmo/default.aspx. 6 Oct Briggs 22nd Annual Jeep Jamboree: See flyer below for more details 15 October Special Offer Elmo Makes Music : Leisure Travel Center has a special offer on Sesame Street Live ticket as the Kansas Expocnetre on October 18-20th! Order early for best seats. ORDER DEADLINE IS OCTOBER 15TH! There is a Home Use Program for Government Employees that allows you to upgrade to Office Home for $9.95 (add $2) for a disc for up to 3 computers. http://www.microsofthup.com/hupus/home.aspx?culture=en-US&pcode=lookup&group=USPS •AKO also has antivirus that you can download on your home computer.
  • 7. 17 November – February 8 Teen Hire Winter Term Application Deadline October 4, 2013: See Flyer Below for the Winter Term Hire for teen deadline application turn in by 4 October The session is from 17 Nov-8 Feb for ages 15-18 year olds. Youth looking to build valuable career and life skills can get a head start with HIRED!, a 12-week program that offers work experience at a variety of organizations at Fort Riley. For more information contact Sandy Johnson @ 785-240-3261 or email: sandra.e.johnson1.naf@mail.mil Manhattan Arts Center: See Flyer below for great classes for young children (Infants, Toddlers & Pre-schooler’s) and youth! Manhattan Arts Center is located at 1520 Poyntz Ave., Manhattan, KS 66502 785-537-4420. Welcome to the 2013 Kansas City Renaissance Festival! Come and be a part of this long-standing tradition by visiting the Festival grounds with your whole family - even bring your pet! August 31st - October 14th • Open Weekends and Labor Day 10am - 7pm Rain or Shine Open Columbus Day, October 14th • 10am - 5pm For more information please click on the following link http://www.kcrenfest.com/ tickets can be purchased at ITR. HASFR Apple Pie Pre-sales are underway for another year. Apple Day will fall on Saturday October 5th this year, so start planning now. Pre-sales will be accepted this year from August 15 thru September 27th. Pre ordering your famous Libby Custer Apple Pie has been a tradition for many years to ensure you are able to reserve your delicious Apple Pie. Pre orders this year are $11.00 thru September 27, tax included. By pre-ordering your pie not only are you reserving your pie you will also not have to stand in line on Apple Day as we will have a separate table for you to pick up your pie if you had not already done so. Pies at apple day will be $13.00 frozen and $14.00 baked. Deadline for ordering is September 27. If ordering by mail, please mail order form and payment before the 24th. For additional information, or forms, email your request to applepiepresale@hotmail.com HASFR- We will be making pies from September 29 thru October 4th. Information regarding details on location and volunteering opportunities will be put out soon on their facebook page. So be on the lookout for details. Facebook page site: https://www.facebook.com/?ref=logo#!/fortrileyhistory?fref=pb&hc_location=profile_browser Mark your calendars!!! FALL APPLE DAY FESTIVAL is going to be October 5th from 9am-3pm at the Artillery Parade Field. We have so much great stuff for you this year we can't fit it all in one Facebook post!! We have the famous Apple Pies for sale, there is going to be a petting zoo, carnival rides, a mechanical bull. We also have Humvee rides, a blanks weapon firing range. Not to mention food and live music and historical reenactments. You have to bring the whole family for this HUGE event!! Parking will be at Riley's Conference Center with a Trolly to shuttle you to the parade field IACH Updates: Flu Vaccines- Vaccines will be available at the Fall Festival and other venues, but the numbers maybe limited due to budget cuts. Other ways to get vaccines for family members-they can get vaccinated at other appointments (like a routine checkup, etc) so they do not need to make an appointment specifically for it.
  • 8. Ft Riley MP’s If you were victimized from personal Theft in either Warner/Person or Forsyth Neighborhoods and didn’t file a report the Ft Riley Police have confiscated unclaimed property from the suspects. Please contact the MP station for more information at 785-239-6767 so you can claim your belongs. Ft Riley HOUSE Watch program: there are two programs to help with neighbor watch if you need to leave for extend times from your home while living on post: (1) you can go to the MP station and fill out a request for the MP’s to drive by and check on the house or (2) go to your neighborhood office and complete a form. “Use Your Head Campaign Program”: New program starting up on 3 September. The program recognizes those children they find following the rules and obeying the safety guidelines. The positive approach to doing the right thing for children. This is a program to which the MP or Military Police officers will give children who are doing the right things on post! They will give them a ticket which will be red in color to take to their neighborhood office to receive a prize. MP’s/Military Police: are going around post to ensure vehicle’s are secure. If they find unsecure vehicle’s they are placing a white courtesy cards in or on the vehicles windshields to let them know they found their vehicle unsecured. Please remember to lock your vehicles and keep valuables put away. Volunteer Opportunity for Fall Carnival Oct 3-6 & Oct 10-13: Sign up to help MWR. Location is Rally Point Field, Forsyth Area. Looking for volunteers during 2 shifts. Please contact Brad Carlton at 785-239-6398 or brad.carlton@us.army.mil. This is a great opportunity for Soldiers to work towards their MOVSM. See flyer and more detailed information below. Other Volunteer Opportunities: 7 Sep - Triathlon - Splash and Dash - MWR Sports 21-22 Sep - Tough Mudder in KC - BOSS 5 Oct - Fall Fest - MWR Special Events 3-6 Oct and 10-13 Oct - Fall Carnival - MWR Special Events Attached flyer Entire Month of Oct - Zombie Toxin - BOSS 1-2 Nov - BBQ 4 Troops - MWR Special Events Need about 60 volunteers for this event POC Becky Willis 239-4593 29 Nov - Holiday Tree Lighting - MWR Special Events 7 Dec - Christkindl - MWR Special Events POC: Brad Carlton, DFMWR Recreation Programmer785-239-6398 / cell 375-3085 Fall Army Family Team Building Training Schedule: See flyer below for next scheduled classes Ft Riley Marina will be closing for the season Oct 15th!
  • 9. Army Family Action Plan (AFAP)-The AFAP is an Army-wide Program that allows all members of the Army, Retired Military, Family members and Civilian Employees to identify issues of concern that impact the well being of the entire Army Family. Through this process, issues requiring actions are prioritized, assigned to a lead agency for resolution, and an action plan is established to achieve desired change. “You” can make a difference and be a part of this conference. Let “YOUR VOICE BE HEARD.” They are looking for Delegates to help work the issues that are submitted, Volunteers to assist with the Conference and most of all issues…YOUR Issues. AFAP dates are as follows: •Teen AFAP is September 28th at the Middle School Teen Center from 9:00am – 3:00pm (flyer is waiting for approval, as soon as I get it I will get it out to you). •Adult Conference is October 8-9 at Riley’s Conference Center from 8:30am – 2:30pm (flyer is attached). Child care is available if registered prior to September 27, 2013. Any questions or concerns please contact Becky Willis at (785) 239-4593. For more information please see attached Fliers and applications Volunteer Opportunities for Family members or Soldiers below: It is that time of year again, brush off the dust of your aprons, hairnets and hats. HASFR is in need on Volunteers to make those amazing pies. They have a new location this year for the pie making. The pie making this year will be at the DFAC on MAAF (BLDG 813). See the diagram below. There is also a new link to sign up to volunteer to make those wonderful pies. The link to sign up for pies is: The code word is : apples http://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0D4AA9AC22AAF85-apple This is a great for any FRG Groups to get together or even for coffee groups. This is also good for Soldiers if they would like to help out. So check out the link above and sign up today. Junction City High School Booster Club: is looking for Volunteers to help work at the “End Zone” from 5:00pm - 9:30pm or until halftime or until the food runs out. Do not need to have a food handler’s card. Looking for 6-10 Soldiers and/ or Family members to work for the entire time for the 4 home games (schedule listed below), Soldiers can earn Volunteer hours towards their MOVSM, they will receive a letter from the Booster Club President. Last year they had several Soldiers help out and work towards their MOVSM’s. Free entrance to game and a free meal is provided. POC is Amy Roether amyroether@usd475.org and her number is 785-375-9691 Home games are: September 13th – “Tribute to Troops” September 20th October 4th – “Homecoming” October 18th – “Senior Night”
  • 10. 6-15 September Kansas State Fair: 2000 N Poplar St, Hutchinson, KS 67502 Ph 800-362-3247-See website for ticket information: http://www.kansasstatefair.com/pagedescription.php?id=1&pages=sf
  • 11. Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.
  • 12. Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.
  • 13. The Hispanic Heritage Month Observance will be from 1145 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sept. 18 at Riley's Conference Center. A food sampling will be provided. The event is free and open to the public.
  • 14. Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.
  • 15. Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.
  • 16. Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.
  • 17. Sign up to help MWR at the Fall Carnival. Location is Rally Point Field, Forsyth Area. Opportunities are available all 8 days. We are looking for two volunteers per shift. 3 Oct (Thurs) 3:30pm -7pm 7pm -10:30pm 4 Oct (Fri) 3:30pm -7pm 7pm -10:30pm 5 Oct (Sat) 3:30pm -7pm 7pm -10:30pm 6 Oct (Sun) 11:30am to 3pm 3pm-8:30pm 10 Oct (Thurs) 3:30pm -7pm 7pm -10:30pm 11 Oct (Fri) 3:30pm -7pm 7pm -10:30pm 12 Oct (Sat) 11:30am to 5pm 5pm -10:30pm 13 Oct (Sun) 11:30am to 4pm 4pm-8:30pm Volunteers will help park cars, assist vendors, clean tables and empty trash. Soldiers can earn MOVSM points. Contact Brad Carlton at brad.carlton@us.army.mil or 239-6398 Volunteer Opportunities
  • 18. Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.

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