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Ft Riley Network Notes 29 Aug 2013:
• Typo on Power Way ahead Timeline will be FY15 and not FY16 (award Privatization)
• Moon Lake Latrines will be fixed towards end of September
• McCormick park Latrines are up and running
• If you were victimized from personal theft in either Warner/Peterson or Forsyth Neighborhoods and didn’t file a report the FT Riley have confiscated unclaimed property from the suspects. Please contact the MP station for more information. There are 2 programs to help with neighborhood watch if you need to leave for extend times from you home while living on post: they are: (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 and the (2) go to your Neighborhood House office and complete a form.
• “Use Your Head Campaign Program” the positive approach to doing the right thing for children.
This is a program to which the MP or military police offices will give children who are doing the right things on post and they will give them the a ticket with will be red in color to take to their neighborhood office to receive a price.
• The MP’s/Military Police are going around post to ensure vehicle is secure. If found unsecure they are placing a card on the windshield of the vehicle to let you know they found your vehicle unsecure. Just as reminders please make sure you secure your vehicle at all times.
• ACS Outreach Program-Safety-Survival-& Self-Defense Flyer training is on Oct 10th but need to RSVP by Sept 26th to sign up.

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  • 1. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO F t Ril N t kFort Riley Network 29 August 2013g 1
  • 2. Agenda Organizations Briefer Email Address Phone Number • DPW Jeff Williamson jeffrey.d.williamson.civ @mail.mil 785.239.3906 DES B i H d b i l h d i @ il il 785 240 0441• DES Brian Hornaday brian.l.hornaday.civ@mail.mil 785.240.0441 • DFMWR Carla Hesley carla.i.salashesley@us.army.mil 785.239.2179 • IACH Ian Mann ian.a.mann@us.army.mil 785.240.7507 • Chaplain COL Rauch harry.a.rauch.mil@mail.mil 785.239.2799 • Corvias Michelle Geering michelle.geering@corvias.com 785.717.2210g g g@ • DECA Peter Howell peter.howell@deca.mil 785.239.6621 • Exchange Joann Enecial enecialj@aafes.com 785.784.4094 • Junction City John Seitz john.seitz@junctioncitychamber.org 785.762.2632 • Announcements: O C it S ’ Cl b- Our Community Spouses’ Club - Council Grove An Evening on the River walk - HASFR Annual Apple Pie Pre-Sale • Those Caught Doing Right • CalendarCalendar
  • 3. Installation DevelopmentInstallation Development 3
  • 4. Power Challengesg • Unreliable Power Distribution System • BRAC resulted in a 40% increase square footage. • Personnel 14% decrease • USAG FRKS not adequately programmed to Funding support: • Staffing Operations and Maintenanceg p • Recapitalization • Lack of modernization brownouts in all areas • Similar challenges exist with our gas and water utility systemsSimilar challenges exist with our gas and water utility systems • FY13 – 48 power outages • Longest 5 ½ hours • Costs $29k (L&M)Costs $29k (L&M) • 3 events cost of $850k • Affects Training • BCT Network/Classrooms Down 4 • CCTT training cancelled • Affects Family Readiness 4
  • 5. Power Actions • $1.3M Forsyth Substation complete Oct/Nov 13$1.3M Forsyth Substation complete Oct/Nov 13 • $5.9 M in Electric improvements complete Jan 14 • $850k Anzio Substation upgrade starting$850k Anzio Substation upgrade starting procurement process est. complete Jan/Feb 14 • Utilities Privatization (E G W WW)Utilities Privatization (E,G,W,WW) – DLA procures, MICC services, 50 year contract – Pre- solicitation starts this QTR – Award FY16, if solicitation successful 5 5
  • 6. Power Way Ahead Timeline FY16 Award PrivatizationFY16 Award Privatization Jan 2014 $5 9 M in Electric improvements complete Jun 2014 Release RFP Mar/Apr 2014 Anzio Substation Repairs complete Sep 2013 Anzio Substation RFP Oct/Nov 2013 1.3M Forsyth Substation complete Jan 2014 $5.9 M in Electric improvements complete Milestone completed Milestone pendingAug 2013 Aug Network Sep 2013 Privatization Pre- solicitation begins 6 Milestone missed Tentative date 6
  • 7. Green Opportunities • Collaborating with ASA Energy Initiatives Task Force, KS Legislature & Local energy provider on energy initiatives: – Waste to Energy – Wind Storage – Solar – metering project • Issue RFP to local utility companies to implement a new Utility Energy Services Contract – a utility arranges funding to cover the capital costs of the project, – repaid over the contract from cost savings generated – Developing Biogenic Natural Gas • Energy Saving Performance Contract – boiler and chiller replacements – NetZero energy use-buildings produce as much energy as they 7 consume. 7
  • 8. Moon Lake Who: USAG What: : FY12 $599 K ACOE &What: : FY12 $599 K ACOE & RM project When: McCormick Park Latrine accepted 5 Jul 13 Insufficientaccepted 5 Jul 13. Insufficient water pressure at Moon Lake Latrines, Contractor working resolution. Est Comp Late Sep 20132013 Where: Moon Lake and McCormick Park Why: Community requested Sanitary Latrines for Families to utilize while enjoying the parks 8 parks.
  • 9. Current Construction Status Camp ForsythCamp Forsyth Who: USAG FRKS DPW What: $7.2 M MILCON project When: Nov 13 completion, Operational Dec 13-Jan 14.p Where: Trooper across from Commissary Why: Provide Religious Support to the Forsyth Area Update: Month latep 9
  • 10. DPW Talking Points • $20 M in Infrastructure improvements FY12 – Water, Sewer, Gas & Electric – Main Post area • HVAC, Boilers/Chillers focus area FY14 AWP • New online Service OrdersNew online Service Orders https://necportal.riley.army.mil/Garrison/dpw/SitePages/Home.aspx 10
  • 11. DES Brian HornadayBrian Hornaday 11
  • 12. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Warner/Peterson and Forsyth TheftsAs Of: 15 1225 AUG 13 Description - Increased neighborhood thefts from houses and Description of Thefts - Warner/Peterson: Approx. 35-45 casesg vehicles in Warner/Peterson and Forsyth Neighborhoods Warner/Peterson: Approx. 35 45 cases - Forsyth: Approx. 45-70 cases - Identified 8 juvenile subjects - Group members work together to steal unsecured property from vehicles and porches; typically at nightnight - Recovered approx. $5,000 of stolen property Way Ahead - Review of JRB process - Positive Social Media Campaign Current Progress - DES is interviewing subjects and continuing to recover stolen property - Publish information on how many items have been recovered - Recommend measures that residents can take to decrease their risk of being victimized - Continue community policing in housing areas - Reviewing unsolved cases to match recovered property to victims who have reported the thefts - Looking for victims in the neighborhood that did not report thefts in order to place more recovered property with owners 12 Continue community policing in housing areas - Increase use of Courtesy Check Cards property with owners
  • 13. DFMWR Megan RutledgeMegan Rutledge
  • 14. Child Youth and School Services Whitside North Child D l t HChild Development Home Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 5 September 2013p 1400 Bldg 678Bldg 678 Hourly care will be available by reservation, M-F from 0800 to 1300Hourly care will be available by reservation, M F from 0800 to 1300
  • 15. Whitside North CD Home Whitside North is a home-like environment with a capacity of 20 children. ThisWhitside North is a home like environment with a capacity of 20 children. This facility is designed to provide overnight care for children 6 weeks to 12 years of age. Whitside North is located in the footprint near Irwin Army Community Hospital and based on community needs at this time, it will be operated as a hourly care facility.
  • 16. New Operating Hours EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1, 2013 Custer Hill Bowling Center •Monday & Tuesday 1100 - 1500 •Wednesday & Thursday 1100 - 2100y y •Friday & Saturday 1100 - 2400 •Sunday 1200 - 1800 Rally Point Bingo •Sunday – Wednesday Closed •Thursday & Friday Doors Open at 1730 •Saturday Doors Open at 1230 **Comedy Shows and Family Bingo Events held Monthly**
  • 17. Featured Events
  • 18. Featured Events
  • 19. Sport Registration Deadlines Youth Sports:Youth Sports: Register by Aug 30 • Start Smart Soccer, ages 3-4 $20 • Start Smart Football, grades K 1st $20grades K-1st $20 Register By Aug 30 • Soccer • Flag Football • Volleyball Ch l di• Cheerleading • K-12 $40
  • 20. Featured Events
  • 21. Featured Events ACS Outreach ProgramACS Outreach Program Presents Hearts Apart In honor of the contributions and sacrifices of our Spouses. Let the skills of a trained PGA Professional help you be a better golfer, no matter your experience. An interactive class to learn strategies to counteract assaults and prepare to take an active role in personal safety through awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance. help you be a better golfer, no matter your experience. The purpose of this event is to HAVE FUN!!!!! Spouses are eligible 30 days prior, during and 90 days after effective date of orders if separated from their Sponsor due to mission. Cost: FREE Registration is rquired by AUG 29th : @ ACS 785‐239‐9435 or   Usarmy.riley.imcom.mbx.acs@mail.mil Childcare will be provided FREE OF CHARGE Families must be 10 October 2013 / 6:00PM – 8:00PM Location: Army Community Service - Bldg 7264, Normandy Drive  Pre-Registration required by 26 September 2013  Call 239-9435 or email: usarmy.riley.imcom.mbx.acs@mail.mil to register Conducted by the Fort Riley Police Department CHARGE. Families must be registered with CYSS. No Children Please  Call 239 9435 or email: usarmy.riley.imcom.mbx.acs@mail.mil to register  Free childcare available RSVP by 26 September Current registration with CYSS required
  • 22. BOSS Events Email BOSS with questions to BOSS@rileymwr.com OctoberSeptember Trunk or Treat • 31 October (THU) 1730-2000 • Commissary parking lot Tough Mudder Volunteers • 20-22 September • 27 Volunteers Zombie Toxin • Open during weekends of October • 15 volunteers per night OSS O Oktoberfest • 28 September (SAT) 1700-2000 • @ Warrior Zone • Open to Soldiers 18 and older BOSS Outreach • New BOSS President will visit units to assist with BOSS boards and encourage unit participation p BOSS President – SGT Blackmon N BOSS VP SPC WilliNew BOSS VP- SPC Williams
  • 23. IACH
  • 24. Select SLIDE MASTER to Insert Briefing Title Here Operation Supplement Safety Purpose Increase awareness within the DoD community about dietary supplements Provide tools to be “smart” supplement usersProvide tools to be smart supplement users Key Message F d fi t l t dFood first, supplements second •Supplements are not FDA-tested or approved prior to marketing •Supplements are often unnecessary •Supplements can be dangerous to health•Supplements can be dangerous to health •Supplements can be more expensive than food Choose wisely: Get the facts first! •Know how to spot red flagsKnow how to spot red flags •Know what to look for on a label
  • 25. I t ll ti Ch l iInstallation Chaplain CH (COL) Harry RauchCH (COL) Harry Rauch
  • 26. Upcoming Events CrossRoad Youth Program- MS/HS Youth meet every Wednesday, 1830 at Morris Hill Chapel POC CH Breckenridge 240-7178/william.a.breckenridge.mil@mail.mil or Don Ericson DRE 239-0979/donald ericson@us army milDon Ericson, DRE 239-0979/donald.ericson@us.army.mil Marriage Class- offered last Friday of every month at the Family Life Ministries Center from 0900-1500. Lunch provided. Please call 239-3436 to reserve your seat. Protestant Women of the Chapel (PWOC) •Fall Kick-off – Tues. 27 Aug. 0900 at Morris Hill Chapel For more information email riley@pwoc.orgFor more information email riley@pwoc.org Catholic Women of the Chapel (CWOC) •Fall Kick-off- Wed. 4 Sep. 0900 at St. Mary’s Chapel F i f ti il ft il @ ilFor more information email ft.rileymccw@gmail.com
  • 27. Local Jewish Congregations Temple Beth Shalom Friday, 7:30 pm Shabbat Service 4200 SW Munson Rabbi Debbie Stiel Topeka, KS 66604 (785) 272-1565 Manhattan Jewish Congregation Friday, 7:30 pm Shabbat Service 15090 Wreath Ave. Lay Leader Lead Manhattan, KS 66502 (785) 477-5759 The Rohr Chabad Center for Jewish Life 1203 W 19th St. Friday, 7:00 pm Shabbat Dinner & Service Lawrence, KS 66046 Rabbi Zalmon (785) 832-TORA (8672) www.jewishku.com(785) 83 O (867 ) www.jew s u.co High Holy Days 4 SEP Erev Rosh Hashana 5 SEP Rosh Hashana 13 SEP E Y Ki13 SEP Erev Yom Kippur 14 SEP Yom Kippur 19 SEP 1st day of Sukkot
  • 28. •Pools to close September 2 •Labor Day weekend pool hours will be: Friday 4 to 8 p m•Friday, 4 to 8 p.m. •Saturday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. •Sunday, 1 to 6 p.m. •Monday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. •Lawn treatment planned for September •Treatment includes fertilizing and landscape bed pre-emergent •Check your neighborhood calendar for complete schedule •riley.corviasmilitaryliving.com/residents/calendar •Trash operating on holiday schedule due to Labor Day holiday •All trash and recycling schedules will move to the following dayAll trash and recycling schedules will move to the following day
  • 29. •New website url and new look •riley.corviasmilitaryliving.com •Yappy Hour •Friday, September 13, 5-6 p.m. •Forsyth Bark Park (River Road) •Special activities and playtime •Enter to win a dog house!g •Movie Night – Friday, Sept. 13 at Forsythg y, p y Neighborhood ball fields •Seating opens at 7 p.m.; movie will begin at dusk – weather will postpone •Please bring chairs or blankets to sit on P d i k d i ti iti ill b id d•Popcorn, drinks and pre-movie activities will be provided
  • 30. DeCA Peter Howell
  • 31. COMMISSARY • Pre-Furlough Operating Hours • Monday through Saturday 0900 to 2000y g y • Sunday 1000 to 1800 • Early Bird Hours Continue Monday through Saturday 0700 to 0900 • Self Check-out only – Limited to 40 items or fewer • Personnel Recruitment and increased productive hours has increased registers• Personnel Recruitment and increased productive hours has increased registers • September SCAN DOWN days • First one Sept 12 • 50% off specific items: Barlett Pears, Kraft Mayonnaise; Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice; Kellogg’s Fruit Loops; Healthy Choice Chicken Margherita Café Steamers. • Look for new items Sept 18th and 25th. Duty First!
  • 32. DeCA • The Great Eggo Waffle Off Contest • Runs through September in conjunction with Breyers Ice Sign up for Weekly Cream – Recipe Contest • Details on specially marked boxes of 6,8 & 10 count Eggo Waffles containers • Oktoberfest Late September to Early October in line with Coupon Adds www.commissaries.com Link to Join Mailing List radio button Oktoberfest Late September to Early October in line with Deutschland • Featuring discounted German products from Cookies, Chocolates, Sauerkraut, Mustard, and Red cabbage. “W A F il ” d b Q k d T i• “We Are Family” sponsored by Quaker and Tropicana • Presenting a family focused promotion exclusive to military families • Cross Merchandised with $3.00 off produce coupons • 25 Customers worldwide to win “free breakfast” with 10 Products from Quaker and Tropicana brands. • “Salute to Service” promotion from Gatorade • NFL Tickets and VIP experience for 32 Winners CONUS Duty First! * The Great Eggo Waffle Off Contest p
  • 33. Exchange
  • 34. Main Exchange •We now carry the Body Shop and Main Exchange •We now carry the Body Shop and Butter London products •October 4th Still Serving Event: Games, Prizes and refreshments.Games, Prizes and refreshments. Duty First!
  • 35. Junction City
  • 36. It’s Happening in JCpp g September 11th 10:00 AM 2:00 PM Patriots’ Day Career FairSeptember 11th 10:00 AM‐ 2:00 PM  Patriots’ Day Career Fair American Legion (201 E. Ash) September 13th AM Tee times  Healthcare Foundation Golf only More Info call: 238 3787only More Info call:  238‐3787 September 20th 6:00 PM POW/MIA Recognition Day Ceremony Heritage Park
  • 37. It’s Happening in JCpp g September 26th 7:30 AM     MAC Breakfast‐ Speaker is CSM Gilpin September 27‐28                    Jammin’ in JC at Heritage Park  (Bl d BBQ)(Blues and BBQ)   Visit www.junctioncitychamber.org for all these events and more! 
  • 38. Geary County Historical Society 530 N Adams Junction City KS www.gchsweb.com September Events September 8- Sunday Cinema: There will be two children’s movies American History for Children: National Observances and the US Constitution will be shown at 2pm. September 15- Annual Ice Cream Social: 3-6pm join us atSeptember 15 Annual Ice Cream Social: 3-6pm join us at the museum for homemade ice cream, pies, and cakes. There will also be a craft fair located on the grounds. September 21- Spring Valley Site: open from 10am-1pm. Take a stroll through history and explore the grounds. There are 2 pioneer cabins and a one room schoolhouse. Located at the corner of K-18 and Spring Valley Road.of K 18 and Spring Valley Road. Admission is free to the museum and all events!!! Call 785-238-1666 with any questions.
  • 39. The arts areThe arts are 2013-2014 Performance SeasonSeason ANNIE ANNIE –– THE MUSICALTHE MUSICAL Sept 6‐7 & 13‐14 7:30 p.m. Sept 8 & 15 2:00 p mSept 8 & 15 2:00 p.m. The beloved musical presented by the Junction City  Little Theater, our resident community theater  troupe, features actors from Junction City, Ft. Riley,  Manhattan and beyond!  BBQ QUEENS: BBQ QUEENS: Q QQ Q TOP 10 SECRETS OF BARBECUETOP 10 SECRETS OF BARBECUE Sept 22 3:00 p.m. Fun‐loving chefs Karen Adler & Judith Fertig share  Live Performances Classic Films Community Theatre Art, Music, Fitness & Ballroom Dance Classes g g the secret of great slow‐smoked BBQ and hot,  fast grilling.   jcoperahouse.org Classic Films TheatreBallroom Dance Classes 135 W. 7th Junction City Box Office: 785-238-3906
  • 40. Announcements
  • 41. Council Grove Pride invites you & your friends to An Evening on the Riverwalkg R k Sunday, September 1st 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. $20 per couple or $10 single includes special keepsake container. Tickets available that evening, Active Duty Military receive half price tickets. (Must be 21 or older, please have ID) Come join us for a delightful evening, strolling stops on the Neosho Riverwalk, just steps from the Historic Santa Fe Trail, in downtown Council Grove. Sample beverages & snacks served by area businesses & organizations while enjoying the sights & sounds of the Flint Hills. FIND US ON FACEBOOK at www.facebook.com/councilgrovepride
  • 42. Those Caught Doing Rightg g g • SGT Trevor Thompson 2-1 GSABSGT Trevor Thompson 2 1 GSAB • SPC Wesley Brown 299th BSTB, 2nd HBCT • SPC Andrews R Williams 977th MP CO 97th MP BNSPC Andrews R. Williams 977th MP CO, 97th MP BN • SPC Robert D. Millette 2-16 IN, 4th IBCT • Al Orona DHR/Finance• Al Orona DHR/Finance • Maria Steed DHR/Finance • Jim Bell DPTMS/MTC/MSTC• Jim Bell DPTMS/MTC/MSTC
  • 43. CALENDAR
  • 44. September 2013 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 2 pm Chapman’s Labor Day 3 6-8 pm Love & Logic Parenting 4 Fall Skeet League Begins 5 OCSC Ice Cream Social at Hildebrand 6 Sept 6- Oct 11 Fall Skeet 7 8am CH Golf Course Club Parade Classes PT 1 (8-12yrs) 9-1130 am Money Management 101; ACS 1-145 pm Employment Readiness Orientation Farms 10-1130 am Parenting in a Blending Family PT 1 830-430pm Financial Education; ACS 1-3pm Army Federal Job Applications ACS Sept 6 Oct 11 Fall Skeet League Championship 5-11am Splash N Dash; CH Pool 7 pm Comedy Show; Rally’s 1-3pm Library Fall Fest 1-4pm Hearts Apart Golf Dove Hunt; Outdoor Recreation RSA‐Module II; ACS  830‐3pm, 4‐5 September Youth Sports Outdoor Adventure‐Camping; Milford Lake  Gr 6‐12; 6‐7 Sept  …Gulf cont’d 8 Time TBA CH Golf Course Club Championship 11-2 pm Speedos N Fidos; CH Pool 1-5 pm Detailing BBQ; WZ Kids 101 Days of Bowling End of Summer of Party 9 Flag Football Program Begins 3-7pm UFC Fit Experience 10 6-8 pm Child Hood Obesity 6-8 pm Love & Logic Parenting Classes PT 2 (8-12yrs) 10-Noon Funds Custodian Training; ACS 6 pm Release Party ; WZ 11 9-1130 am Money Management 101; ACS 1000, 911 Ceremony 1-145 pm Employment Readiness Orientation 2-4 pm ERP Workshop by Request; ACS 12 Fall Skeet League Begins 10-1130 am Parenting in a Blending Family PT 2 1-3pm Army Federal Job Applications ;ACS 13 CG Pay Day Scramble JCHS Tribute to the Troops 14 Wild West Paintball Shootout Rolling Hills Zoo Senior Safari Days Youth Sports Outdoor Adventure‐Camping; Milford Lake 15 2 pm Family Bingo; Rally’s 16 17 18 130-430 pm Oh! Oh, Baby It’s Your Day! 9-1130 am Money Management 101; ACS 19 6-8 pm Love & Logic Parenting Classes PT 3 (8-12yrs) 10-1130 am Parenting in a Blending Family PT 3 1-3 pm Army Federal Job Applications ;ACS 20 9am CFC Golf Tournament 21 12pm Blind Draw Tournament; CH Bowling 630-830pm Library Movie Night; Escape From Planet Youth Sports Outdoor Adventure‐Camping; Milford Lake  Gr 4 & 5; 13‐14 Sept 9‐Noon FRG Leaders Training; ACS  ; Applications ;ACS 6 pm Release Party ; WZ 6 pm Talk like a Pirate; WZ g ; p Earth 8-10am Rolling Hills Zoo Garden Tour 22 23 24 9-3 pm Developmental Delays, Autism and Behavioral Learning 25 9-1130 am Money Management 101; ACS 26 JC/GC MAC Breakfast Fort Riley Network 1 pm; RCC 27 28 Co-Ed Softball Tournament 5-8pm BOSS Octoberfest ASIST‐Module III; ASAP Bldg 7424  830‐430pm                      16‐17 September g Conference; ACS ; 1-145 pm Employment Readiness Orientation y p ; 1-3 pm Army Federal Job Applications;ACS p 29 30 Jammin’ in JC Blues & BBQ Festival, 27‐28Sep 9‐3pm ACS Instructor Training Course  Aggiefest, 27‐28Sep 1030am SOS Gold Start Mother’s Day; Grimes Hall 1-5pm Detailing BBQ; WZ Black = MWR Event Red = Community Event
  • 45. October 2013 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 7 am XQuest; KFH 2 9-1130 am Money Management 3 830 430 Fi i l 4 O t 4 31 Z bi T i 5 O d F ll F t 10-Noon Key Caller Class; ACS 1130-4 pm WTB Town Hall; ACS CG PayDay Scramble y g 101; ACS 1-145 pm Employment Readiness Orientation 830-430pm Financial Education; ACS 1-3pm Army Federal Job Applications; ACS Command Spouse Training Seminar; ACS Oct 4-31; Zombie Toxin Haunted House; JC Ogden Fall Fest Fall Fest (Apple Days) 730 am Volksmarch Fun Run; Riley’s Youth S&F Geocaching Challenge 7 pm Comedy Night; Rally’s Fall Carnival 3‐6 Oct; Rally’s  6 7 1-2pm Sponsorship Training; ACS 8 9-Noon Love & Logic (3-7yrs) 6-8pm Encourage Early Literacy 9 10-Noon Scream Free Parenting Part 1 9-1130 am Money Management 101; ACS 1-145 pm Employment Readiness Orientation 2-4 pm ERP Workshop by Request; ACS 10 6-8 pm ACS Survival & Defense Class H&H Golf Tournament 1-3 pm Army Federal Job Applications; ACS 11 10 am Customer Appreciation Golf Tournament 12 Konza Prairie Hike Rollin Hills Zoo Pumpkin Patch PaZoola 3-6-9 Bowling Tournament 630 pm Movie Night; Library Eisenhower Wreath Laying ACS 13 14 3 pm & 6 pm Columbus Day Observance with “The New World”; WZ 15 16 10-Noon Scream Free Parenting Part 2 9-1130 am Money Management 101; ACS 1-145 pm Employment Readiness 17 430-530 pm CYS Mother Daughter Tea Party 1-3 pm Army Federal Job A li ti ACS 18 19 Noon Mega Bingo; Rally’s 7-10pm Family Fun Nights Night Flyer Shoot 10-Noon Fall Fest Pumpkin Patch ; ACS Fall Carnival 3‐6 Oct;  Rally’s Fall Carnival 10‐13 Oct; Rally’s  Orientation Applications; ACS Rolling Hills Zoo Senior Safari Days 1pm Release Party; WZ 10-1pm Springvalley Historic Site 20 10 am Fort Riley Autocross; Marshall Airfield (SCCA) 21 22 2-6 pm Fall Career Fair; ACS 23 10-Noon Scream Free Parenting Part 3 9 1130 M M t 24 1-3 pm Army Federal Job Applications; ACS 25 6 pm Release Party; WZ 26 6-8 pm Trunk or Treat; Library 8am Doubles Racquetball T t KFH & L Fall Carnival 10‐13 Oct;  Rally’s 9‐430pm 24/7 Dad Workshop  9‐3pm Army Family Team Building Level 1 9-1130 am Money Management 101; ACS 1-145 pm Employment Readiness Orientation Tournament; KFH & Long Zombie Paradise Paintball Shootout 5-9 pm Kids Halloween Bowling Party 27 2 F il Bi R ll ’ 28 29 OCSC S k T ti t OZ 30 9 1130 M M t 31 F t Ril N t k 1 RCC Bl k = MWR E t AUSA 2 pm Family Bingo; Rally s OCSC Spooky Tasting at OZ Winery 9-1130 am Money Management 101; ACS 1-145 pm Employment Readiness Orientation Fort Riley Network 1 pm; RCC 5-7 pm Trunk or Treat; Commissary Parking Lot 1-3 pm Army Federal Job Applications; ACS 6 pm Rocky Horror Picture Show Movie Showing; WZ Black = MWR Event Red = Community Event
  • 46. November 2013 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Black = MWR Event 1 CG P D S bl 2 Army/Air Force Football Game Red = Community Event CG PayDay Scramble Army/Air Force Football Game 8-4 pm IBEX Climbing Gym Rolling Hills Zoo Senior Safari Days Custer Hill Golf Course Last Stand 7 pm Comedy Night; Rally’s 11-2 pm Military Family Appreciation BBQ 4 the Troops Fort Riley Day @ Bill Snyder Family Stadium KSU Appreciation GameKSU Appreciation Game 3 4 1-2 pm Sponsorship Training; ACS 10-Noon Care Team Training; ACS 5 OCSC Manhattan Clue at 4 Olives Bar 2-4pm Love & Logic PT 1 (8- 12yrs) 6pm Release Party; WZ 7-10pm Guy Fawkes Day; WZ 6 9-1130 am Money Management 101; ACS 1-145 pm Employment Readiness Orientation Operation Santa Clause 7 830-430 pm Financial Education; ACS 1-3 pm Army Federal Job Applications; ACS 8 9 11-530 pm Butterball Blast Rolling Hills Zoo Go Orange for Orangutans Day 630 pm Movie Night; Library Veterans Day…p y y; 10 The “O” Challenge at Lake Adventures Racing; Milford 11 3 pm Veterans Day Remembrance; WZ Manhattan Veterans Day Parade 12 2-4 pm Love & Logic Part 2 (8- 12 yrs) 13 130-430 pm Oh! Oh, Baby It’s Your Day! 9-1130 am Money Management 101; ACS 1-145 pm Employment Readiness Orientation 2-4 pm ERP Workshop by Request; ACS 14 1-3 pm Army Federal Job Applications; ACS Fort Riley Education Fair 15 16 7-8 pm Family Fun Nights Youth S&F Ice Skating in Kansas City 630 pm Dueling Pianos 9‐3pm Army Family Team Building Level  2 Veterans Day Golf Appreciation …  y y p g 40-Frame Game Tournament; Bowling 17 2 pm Family Bingo; Rally’s 18 1030-Noon Its Not as Hard as You Think 19 2-4 pm Love & Logic Part 3 (8- 12 yrs) 20 9-1130 am Money Management 101; ACS 21 430-530 Fall Fest; CYS 22 23 1-3 pm Thanksgiving Craft Party; Library 9‐Noon FRG Leaders Training; ACS … Golf Appreciation cont’d …Appreciation Bowling  12 yrs) 10-Noon Funds Custodian Training; ACS ; 1-145 pm Employment Readiness Orientation 1-3 pm Army Federal Job Applications; ACS German Italian Memorial y; y 8 am Turkey 2-Miller Fun Run 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Kansas City Chiefs Military Appreciation Night 9-1130 am Money Management 101; ACS 1-145 pm Employment Readiness Orientation BOSS Turkey Ganza 8 am Turkey Bowl Flag Football Tournament 530 pm Holiday Tree Lighting
  • 47. Closing Remarks