Community Leaders Information Forum (CLIF) Notes - April 2014
April 2014 CLIF Notes 1
CLIF NOTES FOR THE FORT DRUM COMMUNITY
1. AMERICAN RED CROSS (ARC)
2. ARMY CAREER & ALUMNI PROGRAM (ACAP)
3. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS)
4. BETTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SINGLE SOLDIERS (BOSS)
7. CYSS SCHOOL LIAISON SERVICES (SLS)
8. CYSS SKIES
9. CYSS SPORTS
10. CYSS YOUTH CENTER
11. DIRECTORATE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES (DES)
12. FAMILY AND MORALE, WELFARE AND RECREATION (MWR)
13. FORT DRUM MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY HOMES (MCH)
14. FORT DRUM THRIFT SHOP
16. INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM
17. McEWEN LIBRARY
19. NORTH COUNTRY SPOUSES CLUB
20. OFF THE BEATIN' PATH GIFTS (OTBP)
21. PARENT TO PARENT (PtoP)
22. PARKS AND RECREATION
23. PERSONAL PROPERTY SHIPPING OFFICE
24. PINE PLAINS BOWLING CENTER
27. USO - FORT DRUM
28. VETERINARY SERVICES
29. VOLUNTEER SUPPORT FUND (VSF)
MOUNTAIN DIVISION AND FORT DRUM MUSEUM
1. AMERICAN RED CROSS (ARC) CHERYL DEAN, 315-772-6561
• NEW VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION: Will be held on 7 May, 1:00 pm in the ARC Office, RM B1-35 in Clark Hall, please call to sign up
or stop by our office.
BLOOD DRIVE: May 29-30, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm. Held at the USO.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email Address: email@example.com
Click the hyperlinks Website: www.redcross.org
2. ARMY CAREER & ALUMNI PROGRAM (ACAP) LORRIE GULER, 315-772-3284
ACAP SEMINARS: Call the ACAP Center at 772-3434/3286 to reserve a seat in seminars. The following seminars are scheduled:
o Boots 2 Business – 5-6 May, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
o Advanced Resume – 12 May, 8:00 am - 10:00 am
o Federal Resume – 12 May, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
o Advanced Interview – 12 May, 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
o Technical Track- 7-8,13-14 May, 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
o Education Track – 30 Apr – 1 May, 7-8, 14-15, 21-22, 28-29 May, 9:00 am –
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click the hyperlinks Website: www.acap.army.mil
3. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS) CATHY FERRAN, 315-772-4979
FORT DRUM ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE NEEDS ASSESSMENT SURVEY: We need your feedback to ensure we are meeting your
needs! Fill out a survey at ACS or take it online at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/ACSCommmunityNeeds.
MILITARY SPOUSE APPRECIATION DAY: 8 May, 9:00 am – 3:00 pm, starting at Monti Gym. For more information call Sarah Lynch
VOLUNTEER OF THE MONTH CEREMONY: 15 May, 11:00 am, The Commons. For more information call, 772-2899
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TWO NEW PLAYGROUPS FOR FAMILIES WITH CHILDREN 3 AND YOUNGER. Tuesdays, 10:00 am -11:30 am Adirondack Creek
Community Center, Thursdays, 10:00 am – 11:30 am, Eagle Ridge Community Center. For more information call, 772-4929.
ACS CALENDAR including all May events can be found at: www.drummwr.com/ArmyCommunityService.htm
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: www.drummwr.com/ArmyCommunityService.htm
Click the hyperlinks Facebook: www.facebook.com/FortDrumACSOutreach
4. BETTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SINGLE SOLDIERS (BOSS) MICHELLE RODEN, 315 772-7807
• BOSS MEETING: 6 May, 1:00 pm – Join us for a free, catered meeting while we present upcoming BOSS activities at the Nash Blvd
BOSS Center, building T-2190. The BOSS calendar at Fort Drum is always jam-packed with great events and service opportunities for
Single Soldiers. Don’t miss out! For those Soldiers assigned as their unit-level BOSS Representative, this meeting is your place of
BOSS Mountain Mudder: 15 May - Fort Drum BOSS proudly presents the second Mountain Mudder. This is open to all DoD Card
holders 18 year of age or older and will have a maximum of 600 participants with three different wave times choose from; 7:00 am,
8:30 am, 10:00 am. This is not a timed event and is mainly presented as a team building, creative, and fun fitness alternative for Fort
Drum’s Army community. Registration fee for The BOSS Mountain Mudder is $15 per person with forms available beginning 1 April
at Outdoor Recreation as well as at the Family and MWR Window, located on the second floor of Clark Hall.
BOSS 5K: 17 May, 9:00 am – The race will be start at Magrath Sports Complex upper parking lot. Open to Active Duty military
assigned/attached to Fort Drum, Family members, Retirees, Reservists, and DoD Civilians employed on Fort Drum. Register at the
race site starting at 8:30 am the day of the event until the beginning of the race at 9:00 am. Dogs are welcome. Please remember
to bring your NYS registration and leash if you bring your four legged friend.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email Address: email@example.com
Click the hyperlinks Website: www.drummwr.com/BOSS.htm
5. CHAPEL CAROL BURKE, 315-772-4451
NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER: 1 May Po Valley Chapel will be open from 9:30 am – 5:00 pm for prayer, and a luncheon at 1145. POC
COMMUNITY LUNCHEON: 13 May 11:45 am at the Commons. Theme: New Life, New Beginning, New Hope. Reservation
required. POC Carol Burke 772-4451
CATHOLIC WOMEN OF THE CHAPEL (CWOC) RETREAT: 17 May 3:00 pm – 4:45 pm Riva Ridge Chapel followed by 5:00 pm Mass.
Retreat includes a guest speaker followed by Adoration and Confession prior to Mass. POC Brooke or Nicole firstname.lastname@example.org
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? On Duty Chaplain 772-5591; After Duty Hours Chaplain 772-5647
Click the hyperlinks Email: email@example.com
Website: Fort Drum Religious Support
6. COMMISSARY PATTY MUSHTARE, 315-772-6185
FOOD SHOW: The Commissary will be featuring a Food Show in the deli/bakery 16 May, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm. Companies will have
samplings of their products.
MOTHER’S DAY CAKES: Stop by the bakery on 10 May to decorate a cake for Mother's Day. The time for the event will be 11:00
am - 2:00 pm.
PICNICS/ORGANIZATIONAL DAYS: Visit the Commissary for all of your picnics and organizational days needs.
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NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: www.commissaries.com/stores/html/store.cfm?dodaac=hqcney
Click the hyperlinks Facebook: www.facebook.com/YourCommissary
7. CYSS SCHOOL LIAISON SERVICES (SLS) MICHELE CARLTON/TERRI SPENCER 772-3214/1311
ARMY SCHOOL PCS MOVES: Please consider your child's education when planning your move. Contact the SLO office for the
phone number of the SLO at your next PCS station for the best transition.
SCHOOL VOTING: 20 May is the budget/board of education seat vote for all school districts. Everyone 18 years old by May 20th is
an eligible voter for a school district. You do not have to file your income taxes in NYS, you do not have to own property in NYS, and
you do not have to have children in school to vote. Please contact the SLO office if you are unsure of which school district you are
eligible to vote in.
KINDERGARTEN ENROLLMENT: Your child is eligible to attend kindergarten in the fall if he/she turns 5 on or before December 1st
2014. Mandatory education begins at age 6. If you choose to not put your child in kindergarten at age 5 you may hold that child
back for one year. Contact your SLO for information on your school.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Click the hyperlinks Website: www.drummwr.com
8. CYSS SKIES DEB KENNEDY, 315- 772-6551
• TAEKWONDO CLASSES: Martial Art of Taekwondo for students gardes 1 -12 (kindergarteners by discretion of the instructor only).
Students will work with students at the same belt level, and advance through testing periodically through the year. Fees are $70 per
student per month. Classes meet twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays in one of three class times – 6:00 pm - 6:45 pm, 6:45 pm
- 7:30 pm or 7:30 pm - 8:15 pm. Registration is ongoing.
• ART CLASSES: Wednesdays or Fridays. Drawing for grades 1-12 on Fridays, Fee is $20 per month. Painting for grades 5-12 on
Wednesdays, Fee is $35 per month. Students will learn basics of each art and be able to bring their work home upon completion.
Register by the 28
of each month for the upcoming month.
• BABYSITTING CLASSES: Tuesdays, Ages 11 & up, 4 week class – students must attend all four sessions. No Fee. Students will
learn the basics of babysitting, and how to be safe while watching children. This is the babysitting portion only – CPR/First Aid will
be offered in a separate class. Tuesdays, May 6-27, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm each night. Register by 28 April.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click the hyperlinks Website: www.drummwr.com/SKIES.html
9. CYSS SPORTS JON BURNARD, 315-772-4102
• TRACK: Open for ages 7-13. The fee for this program is $40. The season starts 1 May – 12 June . For more information please
contact CYSS Youth Sports office at 315.772.4102.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: Jonathan.email@example.com
Click the hyperlinks Website: www.drummwr.com/YouthSports.htm
10. CYSS YOUTH CENTER STEVE FERGUSON, 315- 772-6717
• CINCO DE MAYO: Monday, 5 May, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm This free event will be held at the Youth Center for youth in 6
Youth will learn about the history of Cinco De Mayo and enjoy some of the traditions surrounding this event, such as craft making,
tasting traditional food and playing games.
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ASIAN- PACIFIC ISLANDER HERITAGE EVENT: Saturday, 17 May, 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm This free event will be held at the Youth
Center for youth in 6
grade. Youth will learn about this culture by participating in discussions, making crafts, playing games,
and tasting samples of traditional food.
MIDNIGHT SPORTS: Friday, 23 May, 8:00 pm – 12:00 am, for this event 6
grade youth are eligible to participate in a
basketball tournament at the Youth Center. Contests, music, and snacks will be provided. Cost is $5 for members and $7 for non-
members. Youth participating in the game should be here by 8:00 pm to make teams.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click the hyperlinks Website: www.drummwr.com/YouthServices.htm
11. DIRECTORATE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES (DES) CHIEF JULIAN, 315-772-4483
CRIME PREVENTION: Your Actions Can Save Lives! Your constant vigilance represents the strength of our community.
* Know Your Surroundings * Be Watchful, Stay Alert, * When in doubt, Report
• SAFE DRIVING: As the weather improves, outdoor activities will increase. Watch for children on bicycles. Obey the Installation
• OUTDOOR FIRE SAFETY: Nicer weather is approaching! Never leave your BBQ grill or recreational fire unattended.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: email@example.com
Click the hyperlinks Facebook: www.facebook.com/fortdrumfes
12. FAMILY AND MORALE, WELFARE AND RECREATION (MWR) HAROLD GREER, 315-772-5685
MOTHER’S DAY BRUNCH: will be hosted at The Commons on 11 May, the seating times will be 11:00 am and 1:30 pm. The menu
will consist of Breakfast Fare , Bacon , Sausage , Waffles w/ Strawberries Hash browns and Biscuits , Omelet Station , Assorted
Pastries , Chef Carving Station , Seafood , Assorted Side Dishes , Wide Variety of Desserts , Beverage Station along with a
Complimentary Glass of Champagne . Cost - $18.95 for Adults and $8.95 Children
“READY AND RESILIENT” 2014 SOLDIER SHOW: will be hosted by Family and MWR on 21 May at Magrath Sports Complex; Doors
open at 5:00 pm and show begins at 6:00 pm; Complimentary show and is open to the public.
THE SESAME STREET USO EXPERIENCE: show for Military Families will take place on 30 May at 2:00 pm & 6:00 pm and
31 May 2014 at 12:00 pm & 3:00 pm at Magrath Sports Complex; Complimentary show and is open to the public.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click the hyperlinks Website: www.drummwr.com
13. FORT DRUM MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY HOMES (MCH) MEGAN KLOSNER, 315-955-6810
• HOMES AVAILABLE WITH LITTLE TO NO WAIT: Two, three and four bedroom homes available for junior Soldiers and Non-
Commissioned Officers from Private to Staff Sergeant. Our residents enjoy spacious homes conveniently located on post with a
garage and automatic opener, trash & recycling pick up, access to four state-of-the-art community centers and so much more. All
Soldiers and Families that are newly arriving, do not currently live with Mountain Community Homes, or current residents that have
had a change in rank or have gained a Family member are encouraged to contact the Welcome Home Center for details 315-955-
6644. The Timbers has spacious one and two bedroom apartments available today for unaccompanied Soldiers (Sergeant
promotable and above). Contact the Timbers Leasing Office 315-777-8000 to check out your new home today.
•GO GREEN & SAVE GREEN WORKSHOP: We invite our Residents to visit the Crescent Woods Community Center on Thursday, 8
May, 11:30 am – 1:00 pm. You can learn the details on the SYNERGY Rewards Program, utility billing and information regarding
energy saving techniques for your home.
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• DOG’S DAY OUT: Gear up for the ‘dog days of summer’ with us and your furry Family member! Please bring your leashed dog to
the Monument Ridge Bark Park (located on Indigo Way) on Saturday, 31 May, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm to partake in some pet-friendly
snacks, activities and more!
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: www.fortdrummch.com
Click the hyperlinks Facebook: www.facebook.com/fortdrummch
14. FORT DRUM THRIFT SHOP MELISSA REXROAD, 315-772-7189
• SUPER SATURDAY SALES: Saturday, 3 May & 7 June, 9:30 am – 2:00 pm
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Fort-Drum-Thrift-Shop/283730534983453
Click the hyperlinks Website: http://thriftshopinc.webs.com
15. HOUSING BILL BAMANN, 315-772-7256
• SPRING THAW FLOODING: This year’s heavy snowfall has the potential to cause localized flooding. If you live in flood prone areas
off-post near a river, creek, or stream, beware and be ready to take precautions to protect your belongings. Off post homeowners
and renters beware of the spring thaw and potential for basement and crawl space flooding. Check your sump pump and drainage
systems to be sure they are operating properly. See our flier on sump pumps in your CLIF Program and Service Advertisments .
• SUMMER PCS MOVES AND HOUSING: Start planning now for summer PCS moves. As of 1 January 2014, AHRN.com is no longer
the official DoD website for Soldiers to find Army approved rental listings. You must contact the local Housing office at your next
installation for availability of approved rentals until a new .mil website is activated for Soldiers later in 2014 to replace AHRN. If you
do use another source for rental information, be sure to check with the local housing office at your next installation to be sure it’s an
approved rental before entering into any agreement. Also, New York State law requires military renters to notify their landlord at
least 30 days in advance before the next rent payment is due in order to break a lease under the military clause.
• COMMUNITY HOUSING OFFICE CAN HELP: Never enter into a lease without checking first with the Army Community Housing
Office to see if the rental you are contemplating has been inspected by us for basic safety and habitability issues. Always get your
lease reviewed by Legal Assistance or the Army Community Housing Office prior to signing to be sure all your rights are safeguarded.
The Army Community Housing Office at Clark Hall (Rm A2-54) is always available to assist Soldiers with any off-post housing issues,
from finding the right housing to resolving landlord-tenanct disputes. Stop in or call 772-6883/772-9397 to speak to a counselor.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Click the hyperlinks Website: www.drum.army.mil/PublicWorks/Pages/Housing.aspx
16. INTRAMURAL SPORTS PROGRAM ALLEN JANSSEN, 315-772-6663
• UNIT SOFTBALL SUMMER LEAGUE: League play will be conducted 12 May-13 Sept, at Magrath Sports Complex, P-10050. Open to
all active duty military, Family members 19 years and older, Retirees, reservists, National Guard and DoD Civilians employed on Fort
Drum. Rosters due to the Intramural Sports Office, P-10050, NLT COB 9 May.
• GOLF (2 CPT CREW): 2 CPT Crew golf tournament will be conducted 17 May, 08:00 am at the Willow Brook Golf Course. Open to
all active duty military, Family members 19 years and older, Retirees, reservists, National Guard and DoD Civilians employed on Fort
Drum. Rosters are due to the Intramural Sports Office, P-10050, NLT COB 15 May.
• ARMY 10-MILER QUALIFIER: Army 10-Miler Qualifier will be conducted 28 May, 07:00 am at Magrath Sports Complex, P-10050.
Open to all active duty military. Registrations are due to the Intramural Sports Office, P-10050, NLT COB 26 May.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: email@example.com
Click the hyperlinks Diane.firstname.lastname@example.org
17. McEWEN LIBRARY ALLEN GOUDIE, 315-772-9099
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• STORY TIME: 10:00 am on Tuesdays and Fridays.
• E-RESOURCE CLASS: 6 May, 6:00 pm Learn to access McEwen Library’s e-resources at
http://mylibraryus.armybiznet.com/screens~S24/resources2.html (site has e-magazines, e-books and databases such as
Ancestry.com, Transparent Language, Academic One Source, etc.). Attendees must have an active library account. Class size limited
to 8 people; preregistration required. Call 315-77-9099 to sign up.
• THE PAGE TURNERS: 29 May, 7:00 pm at the McEwen Library. Come be a part of the Library’s book club, meet follow members
and help decide on upcoming titles for 2014.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: email@example.com
Click the hyperlinks Website: www.drummwr.com/library.htm
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/Robert-C-McEwen Library/269047099442
Online Card Catalog: http://mylibraryus.armybiznet.com/search~S24
Blackberry or iPhone Access: www.mylibraryusmobile.fmwr.net/
18. MEDDAC COL MATTNER, 315-772-4024
•PRESCRIPTION TAKE BACK DAY: National Prescription Take Back Day will be held on Saturday, 26 April, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm in the
Fort Drum PX Commissary Lobby. You can bring all your unwanted/expired prescription (controlled and non-controlled) and OTC
medication to the event. The DEA offers an online locator so that local disposal sites can be easily found. The locator will be available
starting April 1, 2014. Check in often, because sites will be added until the day of the event.
• UCC REFERRALS ARE MANDATORY: All TRICARE patients assigned a PCM at Fort Drum MEDDAC are required to have a referral
prior to visiting any Urgent Care Clinic (UCC). As of 1 April any UCC visit without prior authorization will result in full payment
responsibility for the patient. No backdated referral requests will be approved.
• ARMY PROVIDER LEVEL SATISFACTION SURVEY: Army Provider Level Satisfaction Survey aka APLSS (pronounced APPLES)
provides you with the ability to use your voice to help your MEDDAC meet or exceed your health care needs. Each survey returned
could bring $500 back to the facility to help us improve your service. Surveys are received in the mail to randomly chosen patients
within 3-5 days after their doctor’s visit. Please remember to keep your demographic information updated with us so that your
voice can be heard.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: www.drum.amedd.army.mil
Click the hyperlinks Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/US-Army-Medical-Department-Activity-Fort-Drum-
19. NORTH COUNTRY SPOUSES’ CLUB (NCSC) LIZA HALLSTEN, 1ST
• MONTHLY LUNCHEON: 21 May, 11:00 am at the Commons.
• SCHOLARSHIPS RECEPTION: 22 May Scholarship Reception - contact NCSCscholarships@gmail.com for details.
BOARD: Please contact us if you are interested in serving on the 2014-2015 board.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: http://northcountryspousesclub.weebly.com/
Click the hyperlinks Emails: NorthCountrySpousesClub@weebly.com
20. OFF THE BEATIN' PATH GIFTS (OTBP) KIM HOLT, 315-774-0253
• VOLUNTEERS: Off The Beatin’ Path is looking for volunteers. Monday or Tuesday, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Get resume building
bullets, a 25% retail discount, and fun!
NEW IN STORE: Proud Mom and Grandma mugs, Fort Drum!
MAY SPECIAL: 20% off Fort Drum Baskets! Perfect Mother’s Day gifts!
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NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/otbpgifts
Click the hyperlinks Email: OTBPGiftshop@gmail.com
21. PARENT TO PARENT (PtoP) ALISON FISHER, 315 777-4496
STORY TIME EVENTS: McEwen Library, Fort Drum : 13 & 20 May, 10:00 am
TELL ME A STORY LITERACY EVENT – 3 May 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm at the Winners Circle at the Commons, Fort Drum. This event is
FREE and each family will receive a copy of the book “Giraffe’s Can’t Dance”. In addition to having a special guest reader Rhonda’s
Footeworks Dance Company will be joining us for the event to teach all the families some dance moves. Space is limited to 80
families and is on a first come first serve basis. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org with the names of the Family members attending
as well as the children’s ages.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email Address: email@example.com
Click the hyperlinks Website: http://www.militarychild.org/parents-and-students/programs/parent-to-parent/
22. PARKS & RECREATION EUGENE SPENCER, 315-772-6568
ATV SAFETY CLASSES- Outdoor Recreation will be offering our ATV Safety Institute Safety Classes every Wednesday. Class will
begin at 9:00 am the cost of this class is $5 per person. You must be 18 years old or older to take this class and 18 years old or older
to drive Outdoor Recreaitons ATVs.
TURNING STONE CASINO MONTHLY TRIPS- The trip will be 3 May . The cost of these trips will be $25 per person and include
transportation, $25 in free play, and a $5 lunch coupon. We will be departing Outdoor Recreation at 8:00 am on the day of the trip.
You must sign up prior to the trips departure date at Outdoor Recreation. Click here for the Turning Stone Flier.
NIAGARA FALLS TRIP- Outdoor Recreation is offering a trip to Niagara Falls on May 24
– May 26
. The cost for this trip will be
$110 per person. This trip includes Transportation, and Lodging. Those interested in this trip must pre-register at Outdoor
Recreation NLT 9 May. Click here for the Niagra Falls Flier.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click the hyperlinks Website: www.drummwr.com/ParksandRecreation.htm
23. PERSONAL PROPERTY SHIPPING OFFICE (PPSO) ROBERT WITHAM, 315-772-6310
PREPARE NOW FOR SUMMER PCS/ETS MOVES FOR PERSONAL PROPERTY SHIPPING (PPSO): Be prepared for your upcoming
household goods (HHG) move during the Summer Peak Season period of 15 May - 30 Sept. Planning, preparation, flexibility and
communication are the keys to executing a successful HHG move. Visit www.move.mil, review the HHG move planning tools
available and establish a DPS account. Upon receipt of PCS/ETS orders, immediately contact PPSO @ 772-7776. Leave forms are
not required to schedule a HHG counseling.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Click the hyperlinks
24. PINE PLAINS BOWLING CENTER CINDY FLEMING, 315772-6601
SUMMER HOURS START MAY 1ST: Sunday – Tuesday Closed; Wednesday – 11:00 am-2:00 pm; Thursday – 11:00 am – 2:00 pm &
5:00 pm – 10:00 pm; Friday – 11:00 am -2:00 pm & 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm; Saturday – 4:00 pm – 10:00 pm
SUMMER LEAGUES: Thursday night Bowl-for-a-Ball League & Friday night mixed league – starting beginning May 2014.
BIRTHDAY PARTIES: “222” Party - 2 lanes (1 hour fits 12 bowlers) – shoes – 2 pizzas & 2 pitchers of soda $60.00
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NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: http://www.drummwr.com/ClubsandRestaurants.htm
Click the hyperlinks Facebook: www.facebook.com/pages/FortDrumBowlingCenter
25. REASSIGNMENTS DEBBIE BROWN, 315-772-6536
• PCS ORDERS: Please contact your BDE S1 if you do not have your orders and are within 60 days of your report date. Orders are
published 60 to 120 days prior to the report date provided Soldier meets all requirements for the upcoming PCS move. Orders are
distributed to Soldiers via AKO email and to the BDE S1s.
• REASSIGNMENT BRIEFINGS: Are automatically scheduled when assignment notifications are received from Human Resources
Command. Notification packets are sent to your BDE S1 with the time and date of your briefing. Please contact your BDE S1 for
additional information regarding your PCS Assignment.
• CLEARING PAPERS: Are issued when Soldiers attend a clearing briefing which is between 7 and 30 days prior to the start of the PCS
leave. Clearing briefings are held Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Sign-in begins at 9:30 am in room A1-19, Clark Hall, and
the briefing starts promptly at 10:00 am. The last paragraph of the PCS orders have this information along with documents
Reassignments will need to see prior to attending the briefing, please read your orders.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: email@example.com
Click the hyperlinks
26. SAFETY JOHN DROZD, 315-772-3022
• FLOODING: Snow melt and heavy spring rains fill rivers and streams and flooding can occur. Flash floods occur suddenly when
water rises rapidly along a stream or low-lying area.
• FLOODED ROAD: If you come upon a flooded road while driving, turn around and go another way.
• FLOODED WATERWAYS: Stay away from floodwaters. If you come upon a flowing stream where water is above your ankles, stop,
turn around and go another way.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click the hyperlinks
27. USO - FORT DRUM KAREN CLARK, 315-774-0356
• USO BIG BAND BASH ON MAY 9TH: This Military Spouses Day plan to dance the night away to the LIVE rock ‘n roll music from the
band Ruby Shooz. Vintage 1950-60s clothing is encouraged, but not required. Local celebrity, Johnny Spezzano, is hosting the LIVE
auction. For more info contact Karen Clark at email@example.com or go to the Events section of the USO Fort Drum Facebook page.
Tickets are available online at www.usobigbandbash2014.eventbrite.com.
• INTERESTED IN BECOMING A USO FORT DRUM VOLUNTEER? : We are looking for volunteer support for The Sesame Street/USO
Experience on 30 & 31 May. If you are interested in volunteering a special events or in our Main Center log onto
www.usovolunteer.org to register. Contact Carrie Tate-Meyer, Programs Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org .
NEW VOLUNTEER COORDINATOR: We have a new volunteer coordinator, Josh Thomas. He can be reached at email@example.com.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Click the hyperlinks Facebook: www.facebook.com/USOFortDrum
28. VETERINARY SERVICES CPT DAVID MARQUEZ, 315-772-4262
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• FLEA & TICK PREVENTION: With the weather warming up, please remember to protect your pets against Lyme disease with a safe
and effective flea & tick preventative. We have both topical options as well as collars, so stop by and allow our staff to assist you in
picking out the best product for your pet.
• LYME VACCINATION: We also recommend yearly Lyme vaccinations for dogs that spend time outdoors.
• PREPARE NOW FOR SUMMER PCS PET TRAVEL: Pets are required to have a veterinary exam before airline travel, including flights
within the U.S. International destinations have additional requirements, some of which must be initiated 3-6 months before travel.
Please contact us (or stop by) for details as soon as you find out about upcoming OCONUS travel.
NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click the hyperlinks Website: http://www.drum.amedd.army.mil/vets/
29. VOLUNTEER SUPPORT FUND (VSF) KARYN MINTZ, 315-646-7080
SOLDIER SHOW: Look for us as the food vendor at the Soldier Show on 21 May!
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Any agencies, organizations or individuals wishing to help out with IFF please contact Karyn Mintz at 646-
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Click the hyperlinks Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/VolunteerSupportFund
MOUNTAIN DIVISION AND FORT DRUM MUSEUM KENT BOLKE, 315-772-0391
WE NEED YOUR FEEDBACK: In an effort to better service our customers, request that you take a few minutes to take the 10th
Mountain Division and Fort Drum Museum Survey at the link below. Information gathered will be used to improve services and
better understand what is important to our customers. The survey is short and will only take a few minutes of your time.
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