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  • 1. Fort Riley Network 27 June 2013 UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO 1
  • 2. Army Emergency Relief UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO 2
  • 3. Fort Riley AER 2011-2013 2011 Contributed 2011 Assistance Return on $$ Fort Riley $120,689.34 $1,882,959.53 $15.62 2012 Contributed 2012 Assistance Return on $$ Fort Riley $170,296.77 $1,617,024.14 $9.49 2013 Contributed Fort Riley $279,049.90
  • 4. Military Spouse Appreciation MWR FaceBook Essay Contest Winner UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO 4
  • 5. Fort Riley Garrison Melissa Kinney
  • 6. Topics -Community Service Survey -Education Survey in June -Furlough Update -Barlow Theatre -Fort Riley Command Team Overview Feedback -SLO -Museum -ATMs
  • 7. 2013 Fort Riley Education Services Needs Assessment • Needs Assessment is required by regulation to be administered to installation at least triennially; last administration was in 2010. • Purpose of survey is to determine counseling and academic needs of customers, to include degree programs offered on the installation. • Input requested from AD, FM’s, DAC’s, and Veterans from the Fort Riley Community • Survey link will remain active until 30 June. • Link available on Fort Riley Homepage and FACEBOOK https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SJXXX77
  • 8. Furlough Schedule S M T W T F S S M T W T F S 1 (12) 1 2 3 4 5 6 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 (15) 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 (13) 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 (16) 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 (14) 28 29 30 31 30 S M T W T F S S M T W T F S 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (19) 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 (17) 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 (20) 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 (18) 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 29 30 5 days CORE 11 Day Furlough Schedule Jun-13 Aug-13 Sep-13 Jul-13 ALL HOLIDAY PPE DATES 1ID Tng Holiday/All off • Exceptions for protection of Life, Health, Safety and Property • NAF Employees?
  • 9. Agenda DPTMS Ward Philips ward.a.philips@us.army.mil 785.240.1993 DFMWR Carla Hesley carla.i.salashesley@us.army.mil 785.239.2179 IACH Ian Mann ian.a.mann@us.army.mil 785.240.7507 Victory Center Kendra Seat Kendra.C.Seat@US.Army.MIL 785.240.7535 Chaplain COL Rauch harry.a.rauch.mil@mail.mil 785.239.2799 Corvias Michelle Geering michelle.geering@corvias.com 785.717.2210 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 Calendar
  • 10. DPTMS Ward Phillips
  • 11. DPTMS 16 UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Annual Full Scale Protection Exercise • 2 July 2013 • Purpose: Fort Riley and regional Partners test, rehearse and train our Emergency Response processes • Time: 0730 AM to mid-afternoon • Four areas of post impacted • Main post (see photo) • Trail to Outdoor Chapel • Teen Center on Thomas Ave • Irwin Army Community Hospital • You will see “Exercise” road Signs • Traffic impacted on Main Post; routed off of Dickman, Holbrook and Marshall Avenues DPW CPAC
  • 12. DFMWR Carla Hesley
  • 13. School Support Services
  • 14. School Support Services
  • 15. Featured Events
  • 16. Featured Events
  • 17. Custer Hill Bowling Center Specials Wednesday – Wing Night $10.95 1hour of bowling , shoes and all you can eat wings. Thursday – Dollar Night 6pm-close $1 Games & Shoes Featured Events
  • 18. Featured Events
  • 19. Featured Events
  • 20. Sport Registration Deadlines Youth Sports: July 12 – Family Fitness Night Water Games Canoeing Trip July 10 – Grades 6-12 July 17 – Grades 4-5
  • 21. BOSS Events Email BOSS with questions to BOSS@rileymwr.com July Sundown Salute - Volunteer •4-7 Jul • 7 Soldiers BOSS BBQ, CAB Farewell Party • 10 July 10 (Wed) 1730-1830 • CAB Barracks – between Bldgs 696 and 695 Little Apple Music Festival - Volunteer • 13 Jul •5 Soldiers BOSS Outreach • New BOSS Pres and VP will visit units to assist with BOSS boards and encourage unit participation June Leadership Changeover •BOSS President (SGT Morgan) departed •BOSS VP (CPL Smith) departed Titan Fight – Volunteer •7 June •5 Soldiers BOSS BBQ in 1st BDE Footprint • 22 June • FREE BBQ • Music Provided by BOSS • Games and Activities Country Stampede – Volunteer •23 June through 3 Jul •23 Soldiers New BOSS President – SGT Blackmon
  • 22. IACH
  • 23. Select SLIDE MASTER to Insert Briefing Title Here Summer Environmental Health Fort Riley vectors •West Nile Vector (mosquito) •Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever and Lyme disease vectors (dog, deer, and lone star ticks) •Use insect repellent, wear long sleeves & pants, eliminate breeding sites •Bring us your ticks! Bldg 610, room 202 Heat casualties •Encourage water based beverages •Do not leave children or animals in cars •Avoid outside unit activities without shade Food safety •Food handler training required for all FRGs •Call 240-7686 for training http://www.inyomonoagriculture.com Lymedisease.org
  • 24. Victory Center Kendra Seat
  • 25. Army Wellness Centers provide integrated and standardized primary prevention programs and services that promote enhanced and sustained healthy lifestyles to improve the overall well-being of Soldiers and Family members. Services Group and One-on-one assessments available Available to: •Active Duty Soldiers •Family Members •Retirees •DA Civilians Access to Services: •Self Referral •Medical Referral •Unit Referral
  • 26. Equipment
  • 27. • For more information please contact: –AWC Front Desk 239.WELL (9355) – Kendra Seat Director, AWC Fort Riley 240.7535 Contact
  • 28. Chaplain CH Rauch
  • 29. When:Sunday, 7 Jul 13, 1100 Where:Morris Hill Chapel Who: ALLare invited Patrick Henry Reenactment By CH (CPT) Bill Fry and CH (CPT) Neil Huenefeld Sponsored by the Morris Hill Chapel: Gospel Congregation Come experience this live reenactment of Founding Father, Patrick Henry, as he delivers his “GIVE ME LIBERTY” speech. Amultimedia tribute to our nation and it’s heroes.
  • 30. Weekly Luncheon Bible Study- Every Wednesday, 1200-1300 @ USO POC- CH Adriatico 239-9530 or CH Ball 240-3855 Momentum Youth- On Summer Break until late July. POC Rick Hernandez 785-712-7287/ rhernandez@clubbeyond.org or Don Ericson, DRE 239-0979/donald.ericson@us.army.mil Band of Brothers Monthly Men’s Bible Study- July Summer Break POC Don Ericson, DRE 239-0979 or donald.ericson@us.army.mil Spiritual Rangers - July Summer Break POC Don Ericson, DRE 239-0979 or 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) •On Summer Break For more information email riley@pwoc.org Catholic Women of the Chapel (CWOC) •On Summer Break For more information email ft.rileymccw@gmail.com Upcoming Events
  • 31. Corvias
  • 32. •Update your contact info! •Through August 27, residents who update their contact information will be entered to win a $100 Visa gift card •Visit corviasmilitaryliving.com/updateinfo or contact your Neighborhood Office •Trash and lawn care operating on holiday schedule due to July 4 holiday •Forsyth Neighborhood’s trash will be picked up on Saturday, July 6 •McClellan Place Neighborhood’s trash and recycling will be picked up Friday, July 5 •Neighborhoods with lawn care scheduled for Thursday, July 4 will be made up on Friday, July 5, weather permitting •Freeze Pop Friday •Friday, July 12, 2 to 3 p.m. • Ellis Heights, Forsyth, McClellan Place and Warner Peterson Neighborhood pools will be providing free, freeze pop style popsicles to residents •New website url – riley.corviasmilitaryliving.com
  • 33. DeCA Peter Howell
  • 34. Duty First! DeCA • Farmer’s Market Event 28-29 June 2013 • Hosting Hot Crops from most local farmers Available • Executive Chef Lauren Martini - 28 June •Sampling Panzanella Salad 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM • The BBQ Queens – 29 June •Grilling Fingerling Potatoes 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM Dr. Andy Baldwin – Kellogg’s Fitness Spokesman August 17th Appearance
  • 35. Duty First! Sequestration • Commissaries Closing on Mondays starting 8 July 2013 • Will be closed up to 30 September 2013 • Does not necessarily add more open lanes to the Days we are open • New Schedule if not Averted by 8 July 2013 •Sunday - 1000 to 1800 •Monday – CLOSED •Tuesday – 0900 to 2000 •Wednesday 0900 to 2000 •Thursday - 0900 to 2000 •Friday - 0900 to 2000 •Saturday - 0900 to 2000 Early Bird Hours to Continue Tuesday through Saturday
  • 36. Duty First! Recycling Now at both entrance foyers – Recycling your used Grocery Plastic Bags Coffee Grinders By the end of August this year we will no longer offer Coffee Grinding at the store. September Case Lot Sales Cancelled Sign up for Weekly Coupon Adds www.commissaries.com Link ot the Join Mailing List radio button COMMISSARY
  • 37. Duty First!
  • 38. Duty First!
  • 39. Exchange
  • 40. Duty First! Express 2 • July Snack Avenue Sampling every Tuesday and Thursday. Starting at 1330-1430. • July Harley Davidson Motorcycle giveaway sponsored by Miller High Life. One winner from each 3 Exchange regions. Drawing will be held on August 25, 2013. • July 3rd drawing for golf bag sponsored by Patron Tequila. • July 3rd giveaway of 2 folding chairs – Cpt Morgan and Crown Royal. Sponsored by OSC. • July 12th Tasting of Russian Standard Vodka starting at 1630. • July 12th Tasting of the Spirit of the Month: Malibu. Starting at 1630. • July 12th Drawing for 40 pairs of Royals Baseball tickets for the game on July 20th. Sponsored by Miller Lite. • July 19th at 1630 tasting of Mike’s Hard lemonade frozen pouches by Crown. • July 26th Tasting of Strawberrita by Budweiser starting at 1630. • July26th Drawing on a Margarita Frozen Concoction Machine. Sponsored by OSC. • July 26th Drawing for Nascar/KS Speedway tickets to the race on October 6th race at the Kansas Speedway. • New items @ the Expresses: • Just Desserts Cupcake • Frozen Beverages • F’Real yellow cake batter • Mikes Frozen Pouches
  • 41. Duty First! •Back to School Fashion Show •July 27 2012 at 1400 hours at the PX Mall by the Pharmacy. •Preschool to College age Main Exchange
  • 42. Duty First! Services/Food • Treasures & Stuff and Special Ops sewing vendors will be returning in the month of July. • Burger King will be celebrating the 4th of July with $1.04 original chicken special. Will run from 4-7th July. • Anthony pizza July special 2 medium 2 topping pizza for $5.99 each, must purchase two to get the special price.
  • 43. Junction City
  • 44. C.L. HOOVER OPERA HOUSE SUMMER 2013 EVENTS WORLD DANCE CLASS Tues & Thurs July 9 – Aug 1 10:00 am Instructor Tiffany Dozier is an alumnus of the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater. Students will experience the beauty and improvisational quality of West African and Flamenco styles of dance. This class is appropriate for elementary and middle school ages. JUNCTION CITY COMMUNITY BAND June 30 & July 14 [7:00 pm] Enjoy a FREE concert of familiar American band music performed by your friends and neighbors BOX OFFICE: 785-238-3906 www.jcoperahouse.org COMMUNITY THEATER: SUMMER YOUTH WORKSHOP PRODUCTION THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, Jr. June 28-29 [7:00 pm] BEGINNING GUITAR LESSONS Tues & Thurs July 9 – Aug 1 11:00 am Skilled musicians Steve Seitz and Mary Louise Stahl will teach beginning guitar skills in a group setting. Class sessions will include instruction as well as guided practice time. Guitars provided for classroom use at no additional charge. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK! ACOUSTIC JUNCTION GUITAR NIGHT July 20 [7:00 pm] A free concert of acoustic guitar music by the best local & regional musicians
  • 45. Announcements
  • 46. FROG Youth Trap & Skeet Camp 2013 Mission Fort Riley Outdoorsmen Group will conduct its 2013 Youth Trap & Skeet Camp in six small-group sessions in concert with the civilian employee furlough schedule. Camp Session Schedule Session 1 – 5 and 6 July (Fri+Sat) Session 2 – 12 and 13 July (Fri+Sat) Session 3 – 19 and 20 July (Fri+Sat) Session 4 – 26 and 27 July (Fri+Sat) Session 5 – 2 and 3 August (Fri+Sat) Session 6 – 9 and 10 August (Fri+Sat) 0800 to 1100 daily Registration To reserve your session, contact Ollie Hunter by e-mail or phone: 785-239-2032 785-775-2760 785-320-6731 oliver.h.hunter@us.army.mil Eligibility and Sign Up Procedures - Dependant youth of active military ages 12-16 - Each session limited to five students - Youth may register for one of six sessions - This camp is no cost to participants - Registration begins Tuesday, 18 June - Details available from POC or upon registration V5-041110JUIN13 Where the journey begins Kim Rhode – 5-time Olympic medalist U.S. National Champion – age 13 SPC Vincent Hancock – 2-time Olympic medalist U.S. National Champion – age 16 Program of Instruction - Safe gun handling - Introduction to American trap - Introduction to American skeet - Theory of hitting aerial targets
  • 47. Central Flint Hills Community Foundation For more information contact Kirk Crabtree 785-762-6006 kcrabtree@pioneerservices.com
  • 48. CALENDAR
  • 49. July 2013 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Black = MWR Event Red = Community Event 1 7am CG Pay Day Scramble; CH Golf Course 230-430pm Sponsorship Training; ACS XQuest 2 Full Scale Exercise 3 9-1130am Money Management 101; ACS 1-145pmEmployment Readiness Orientation; ACS 4 6-9pm Billiards Tournament; WZ Thunder Over Manhattan; Cico Park, Manhattan 5 RDO 6 8am Firecracker One Pitch Softball Tournament; Sacco 1-3pm Library Watermelon/ Water Party 7 8 Fit 4 Life 9 10 745am Outdoor Adventure: Canoeing; Moon Lake ;Gr 6-12 1-145pmEmployment Readiness Orientation; ACS 11 830-430pmFinancial Education; ACS Garrison Org Day 9-4pm Command Spouse Training; ACS 12 8am USAG FR Golf Tournament 13 10-4pm Camps Funs Town Paintball Shootout; ODR 7pm Comedy Show; Rally Little Apple Music Festival 14 15 Feds Feed Fams 16 10-12pm Funds Custodian Training; ACS 17 745am Outdoor Adventure: Canoeing; Moon Lake: Gr 4-5 Community Life Softball League Ends 18 10 a.m. Garrison CoC/CoR Car Show/ Detail School 1-3pm Army Federal Job Application Workshop; ACS 19 Furlough 130-4pmFamily Climb Time; Craig Gym 20 10-5-2 Prairie Run 6pm Aloha Nights; Custer Hill Pool 10-12pmSpecial Needs Rodeo; JC 21 Family Bingo; Rally’s Family 40 Frame Tournament 22 23 6-9pm Release Party; WZ 24 9-1130am Money Management 101; ACS 1-145pmEmployment Readiness Orientation; ACS 25 1300 FR Network 530pmKaw Valley Rodeo Military Family Appreciation; Cico Park, Manhattan 26 Furlough 27 Boss BBQ 10-3pmOutdoor Adventure Day; ODR 28 29 30 6-730pmVOQ; RCC 31 Community Life Co-Ed Softball League Begins Sun Down Salute 4-7 July Sun Down Salute 4-7 July CFNCO Core Training; ACS 9-430pm 8-12 July FRG Leader Training; ACS 9-12pm 16-17 July Resilient Spouse Academy; ACS-RLC 830-430pm 29 July-2 Aug Riley County Fair; Cico Park, Manhattan 25-28 July Riley County Fair; Cico Park, Manhattan 25-28 July Geary County Fair; Fairgrounds, Junction City 22-25 July
  • 50. August 2013 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Black = MWR Event Red = Community Event 1 1-3pm Army Federal Job Application Workshop; ACS 6pm SAS Camp Finale 2 Furlough 3 8pm Comedy Show; Rally’s 4 5 6 645am Outdoor Adventure: Fishing; Moon Lake,Grades6-12 National Night Out 7 1-145pmEmployment Readiness Orientation; ACS 8 1-3pm Army Federal Job Application Workshop; ACS 9 Furlough 10 930-3pmFamily Canoe Trip; ODR 11 Family 40 Frame Bowling 12 13 645am Outdoor Adventure: Fishing; Moon Lake,Grades4&5 6-8pm Scream Free Parenting; ACS 14 11a-5p American Red Cross Quarterly Blood Drive 1-145pmEmployment Readiness Orientation; ACS 2-4pm ERP Workshop by Request; ACS 15 9-1130am CFNCO Refresher Training; ACS 1-3pm Army Federal Job Application Workshop; ACS 16 Furlough Midnight Madness Basketball Tournament; KFH 17 Boss BBQ 10a -3 p Milford Lake Extreme OutdoorWater Festival 9-4pm Master Blaster Paintball Tournament 18 2pm Family Bingo; Rally’s 19 20 21 1-145pm Employment Readiness Orientation; ACS 22 530-930pm Boater’s Safety Course; ODR 1-3pm Army Federal Job Application Workshop; ACS 23 Furlough 24 830-330pm Boater’s Safety Course; Marina Punt, Pass, & Kick Competition; Colyer Manor 10am Sand Volleyball Tournament 4v4; Sand Courts by bldg 7003 OK Kids Day, Tuttle Creek 25 26 27 28 1-145pm Employment Readiness Orientation; ACS 29 1-3pm Army Federal Job Application Workshop; ACS 1300 FR Network 30 Furlough 31 FRSA Training; Army Wellness Center 9-3pm 20-21 August
  • 51. September 2013 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 2 pm Chapman’s Labor Day Parade 3 4 5 6 7 8am CH Golf Course Club Championship 5-11am Splash N Dash; CH Pool 7pm Comedy Show; Rally’s 1-3pm Library Fall Fest 8 Time TBA CH Golf Course Club Championship 11-2pmSpeedos N Fidos; CH Pool 9 Flag Football Program Begins 10 11 12 Fall Skeet League Begins 13 14 15 2pm Family Bingo; Rally’s 16 17 18 19 20 21 12pm Blind Draw Tournament; CH Bowling 22 23 24 9-3pm Developmental Delays, Autism and Behavioral Learning Conference; ACS 25 26 27 28 Co-Ed Softball Tournament 29 1030amSOS Gold Start Mother’s Day; Grimes Hall 30 Black = MWR Event Red = Community Event Master Resilience Training; Army Wellness Center 3-6 Sept Youth Sports Outdoor Adventure-Camping; Milford Lake Gr 6-12; 6-7 Sept Youth Sports Outdoor Adventure-Camping; Milford Lake Gr 4 & 5; 13-14 Sept Jammin’ in JC Blues & BBQ Festival, 27-28Sep
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