January 14 Victory/ Network Welcome slides

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What is the Victory/ Network Welcome ?

Fort Riley Network is a Command and Staff meeting for disseminating Family

Readiness Group information;

invited attendees are:

All services across Ft. Riley( MWR,CYS ,ACS commissary, PX etc ) and

surrounding areas highlight upcoming events.


The Network Meeting location is :


Riley's Conference Center, Bldg. 446, Seitz Dr.

This Welcome is usually held the last Friday of the month unless otherwise noted.

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January 14 Victory/ Network Welcome slides

  1. 1. Please check in at your Brigade Table & Don’t forget to get a ticket for the prize drawing!!!
  2. 2. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Fort Riley Network/Victory Welcome 30 January 2014
  3. 3. Agenda Organizations Briefer • Military Savings Week Proclamation • Fort Riley Tax Center • Fort Riley Command Team Overview • DFMWR Megan Rutledge • IACH Ian Mann • Chaplain CH (COL) Rauch • Corvias Clay Boyer • DeCA Peter Howell • Red Cross Katie Parvey • Manhattan Janet Nichols • Junction City John Seitz • Announcements • Calendar Email Address Phone Number megan.m.rutledge2.naf@mail.mil ian.a.mann@us.army.mil harry.a.rauch.mil@mail.mil clay.boyer@corvias.com peter.howell@deca.mil katie.parvey@redcross.org janet@manhattan.org john.seitz@junctioncitychamber.org 785.239.4983 785.240.7507 785.239.2799 785.717.2210 785.239.6621 785.239.1887 785.776.8829 785.762.2632
  4. 4. Military Savings Week 2014
  5. 5. Fort Riley Tax Center
  6. 6. UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO Fort Riley Tax Center Free Tax filing services for Federal and State income tax returns Open to all Servicemembers, Family members, and Retirees. Monday-Friday: 0900-1800 (walk-ins & appointments) Saturday: (walk-ins only) Open on Training Holidays Must bring: Social Security cards, All W-2s, 1099-R, 1099-INT, 1099-DIV, 1098s, 1098-E, 1098-T, Closing Documents for home purchases and sales, bank routing and account numbers, and other tax-related forms. Building 7034. Phone: 785-239-1040. Duty First Prepared by: Office of the Staff Judge Advocate, 11 OCT 2013 UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO 6
  7. 7. Fort Riley Command Team Overview
  8. 8. Who: BDE and BN senior leaders, Division Primaries, Unit Chaplains and spouses What: Terrain walk of Ft. Riley and available resources When: 18-19 Feb, 0900-1600 18 FEB 14 Training and Mission Support Focus • Training Campus • Warrior Zone • ASAP • LRC • Inprocessing / transition / SRP • Legal • DES Spouse Tour: Hospital Tour PX SFAC Commissary Flight Simulators 19 Feb 14 0900-1800 Family and Resiliency Focus • Recycling Center • Recreation • SOS / Family Life Chaplain / Red Cross • Corvias / Barracks • SHARP / EO • ACS / Victory Center • Gyms • USO • CYSS
  9. 9. DFMWR Megan Rutledge
  10. 10. Featured Events
  11. 11. Featured Events
  12. 12. Featured Events
  13. 13. Sport Registration Deadlines Adult Sports: Register by Feb 4th • Dodgeball Tourn. • Feb 8th 10am Flick-N-Float • Feb. 8th 7-9pm • Movie Turbo • $10 per family
  14. 14. Featured Events
  15. 15. Featured Events
  16. 16. Featured Events
  17. 17. Upcoming Events • January: – Open Mic Night • • • • Location: Custer Hill Bowling Center Time: 1800 Every Wednesday Spoken word, poetry, comedy, vocal  February: – Boss Paintball     Location: Kansas City Time: 9am-Midnight Feb. 15 $40 per person
  18. 18. IACH
  19. 19. TRICARE Service Centers Walk-In Service No Longer Available • Effective April 1, 2014 – Walk-In service at the TRICARE Service Centers (TSCs) within the 50 United States, will no longer be available • The TSC Elimination is a Government directive • Due to the increase in electronic capabilities, the need for walk-in locations has lessened • This change will save the Department of Defense (DoD) an estimated $254 million over five years
  20. 20. TRICARE Service Centers Walk-In Service No Longer Available • • Beneficiaries can continue to receive customer service via telephone: 1.877.988.WEST (9378) Beneficiaries can manage their benefits via secure Web sites: – www.tricare.mil, under the “I want to…” section allows beneficiaries to: • Enroll or purchase a TRICARE plan • File or check a claim • View referrals and prior authorizations • Find a provider • Change their Primary Care Manager (PCM) • See what’s covered • Compare plans • Manage prescriptions – www.tricareonline.com • Make appointments with Primary Care Manager (PCM) • Order refills on prescriptions • Download personal health information • Access additional resources POC: Clinical Operations and Support Sandy Bruner – 785.239.7968
  21. 21. Installation Chaplain CH (COL) Harry Rauch
  22. 22. • Unit Chaplains -Provide Religious Support to Soldiers/Family members/DoD Civilians • Family Life Chaplain – Center (Bldg. 510) -Provide Marriage and Family Counseling (785-239-3436). • Chapel Programs (details in Tri-Fold) - Catholic Program - Protestant Program - Gospel Program - Orthodox Program - Jewish Program - Women’s Auxiliaries PWOC CWOC - Chapel Youth (MS/HS)
  23. 23. Events Ongoing Crossroads Youth Night MS/HS Youth meet every Wednesday, 18302000 at Morris Hill Chapel POC CH Breckenridge 240-7178 william.a.breckenridge.mil@mail.mil or Don Ericson, DRE 239-0979 donald.e.ericson.civ@us.army.mil Protestant Women of the Chapel (PWOC) Meets every Tuesday from 0900-1130 at Morris Hill Chapel. •Bible Study, Fellowship, Refreshments •Childcare provided For more information email rileypwoc@gmail.com Catholic Women of the Chapel (CWOC) •Meets every Wednesday from 0900-1130 at St. Mary’s Chapel. Bible Study, Breakfast, Rosary, Fellowship •Childcare provided For more information email ft.rileymccw@gmail.com Upcoming February •13th - National Prayer Breakfast , 0700-0830 at RCC •13th - Victory Chapel Dedication/Ribbon Cutting 1130-1230 •23rd - Victory Chapel Catholic, Protestant, and Jewish Programs begin
  24. 24. Riley Conference Center Guest Speaker will be the Deputy Chief of Chaplains CH (BG) Charles Bailey For tickets, contact your Unit Chaplain or Religious Support Office @ 239-3359. Thursday, 13 February 2014 7:00 AM Soldiers who wish to attend this event are exempt from PT
  25. 25. •Corvias Foundation •Scholarship and grant applications now available online at corviasfoundation.org •Ten 4-year scholarships will be awarded ($50,000 scholarships) •Deadlines: February 13, 2014 for Scholarship applications; May 8, 2013 for educational grants. •Colyer Forsyth Community name change •Beginning February 1, Colyer Manor and Forsyth communities will become Colyer Forsyth. •Office located at the Colyer Forsyth Community Center at 22900 Hitching Post Road •Phone: 785-717-2260 •E-mail: colyerforsyth@corvias.com •Storytime at Warner Peterson Community Center •February 28 from10:30-11:30 a.m. •ACS Family Advocacy Programs and Corvias Military Living will have story time, crafts and snacks. •Warner Peterson Community Center located at 5570 A.P. Hill Drive
  26. 26. •Resident Feedback Form available on website •We value your feedback. If you have a compliment, complaint or suggestion let us know. •Available at http://riley.corviasmilitaryliving.com/feedback
  27. 27. DeCA Peter Howell
  28. 28. Commissary • REMINDER Scholarships for Military Children • Opened December 3, 2013 • Increased to $2,000 this year • Deadline to submit – February 28, 2014 • Over 30 Received last year with 4 Winners from Ft Riley • Full Details on www.commissaries.com or www.militaryscholar.org • ID Card Scanning • Started 6 January 2014 • Must scan ID card before Transaction Begins • Government Credit Card Purchasers • Must be valid ID card holder • Valentine’s Day Goods • Best Selection Early • February 17, 2014 – President’s Day • Closing at 5:00 PM; aka 1700
  29. 29. Proctor and Gamble Supporting!
  30. 30. Super Bowl • Super Bowl Savings Galore • Mass Displays of what you Need! • All the Fix’ns for the table Sign up for Weekly Coupon Adds www.commissaries.com Link to Join Mailing List radio button
  31. 31. • Gluten Free • Growing All the Time • DeCA Carries over 1,870 Items in 125 categories • $144.3 million in Sales Up 4.3% this year. • Send me an E-Mail at peter.howell@deca.mil Gluten Free Organic H&BA Fit for Life Section Aisle 9 Added 142 new items from 61 brands last year.
  32. 32. • Organics • Industry Wide $6.5 Billion • Down 12.3% Dollars • Up 11.1% in Units • DeCA $30.5 million • Up 12.3% in Dollars • Up 14% in Units.
  33. 33. • Your Commissary Cares • Growing All the Time • Check Out the aisles for your favorites. • Send me an E-Mail at peter.howell@deca.mil Organic Beef – Laura’s Lean Organic Cheese Morning Star Farms
  34. 34. Red Cross
  35. 35. Our thoughts and sympathy are with everyone in Oklahoma impacted by the tornadoes. The Red Cross is providing food, shelter and comfort to people affected by these storms. Wednesday,effort is very26th from 10:00 – 4:00 at Long’swhere This relief February large involving several communities Gym tornadoes struck over several days. You 4:00 at people affected Thursday, February 27th from 10:00 – can help Long’s Gym by disasters like tornadoes, floods and otherOr www.redcrossblood.org or crises by making a www.redcrossblood.org donation to American Red Cross Disaster Relief. • You can donate by visiting www.redcross.org, calling 1-800-RED CROSS or texting the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation.
  36. 36. Manhattan
  37. 37. Junction City
  38. 38. It’s Happening in JC February 1 10:00 AM Legislative Coffee Dorothy Bramlage Public Library Meeting Room (230 W. 7th Street) February 27 7:30 AM MAC Breakfast with guest speaker Air Force Lt Col Sean (Waldo) Monteiro
  39. 39. It’s Happening in JC March 29 10:00 AM Junction City “Grocery Grab” Walmart Supercenter Win a chance to fill a cart full of groceries! First four winners drawn will receive up to $125 in Walmart gift cards, the next winner wins three minutes to fill their grocery carts and the remaining final winner will have five minutes to shop. Tickets are $10 each and are on sale now at various locations. For more information or to see ticket locations, please contact the Chamber office at 762-2632 or visit our website at www.junctioncitychamber.org!
  40. 40. Geary County Historical Society 530 N Adams Junction City KS www.gchsweb.com February Events Feb. 28 at Noon White glove luncheon Join us for a sneak-peek into the collection to see how to preserve and protect the past. Participants will wear white museum gloves and handle the artifacts to learn preservation methods. Lunch will be provided. The cost for the program is $7 per person. RSVP by February 7th to attend this new program. Camp Whiteside 1925
  41. 41. Announcements
  42. 42. Calendar
  43. 43. February 2014 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Friday Thursday Saturday 1 1000 Legislative Coffee in JC 1900 Comedy Night, Rally Point 2 Warrior Zone Super Bowl Party 3 4 1000-1200 Key Caller Class 5 1130-1300 Manhattan MRC Lunch 6 7 8 1800-2100 Brofest, RCC 1300-1500 Love is in the Air at the Library 1000 Dodge Ball Tournament , KFH 1900-2100 Flick-N-Float 9 1300-1500 Love is in the Air, Library 10 11 12 1700-1830 USO No Dough Dinner 13 0700-0830 National Prayer Breakfast 1000-1230 Care Team Training 1130-1230 Victory Chapel Ribbon Cutting 14 1800-2100 Dinner and Dance, RCC 1800-2400 Valentines Day Bowl 15 BOSS Underground Paintball Trip 1800-2100 Dinner and Dance, RCC 1330-1600 Family Climb Time, Criag 16 1300 Family Bingo 17 PRESIDENTS DAY Commissary Closing at 1700 18 19 20 1800-2000 Kung Fu Ink 21 2130 Dueling Pianos, Rally Point 22 1830-2030 Library Movie Night 23 Services begin at Victory Chapel 24 25 26 1000-1600 Red Cross Blood Drive 1700-1830 USO No Dough Dinner 27 1000-1600 Red Cross Blood Drive 0730 JC MAC Breakfast 28 1030-1130 Storytime at Warner Peterson Community Center 1200 Geary County Historical Society White Glove Luncheon 1930 Comic Show JC Opera Deadline for Scholarships for Military Children
  44. 44. March 2014 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 1800 OCSC Evening Under the Stars 2 3 4 5 1130-1300 Manhattan MRC Lunch 6 7 1930 Tallgrass Film Festival 8 1000-1500 Great Escapes 9 10 11 0900-1200 FRG Leader Class 1000-1200 Funds Custodian Class 12 0900-1200 FRG Leader Class 1700-1830 USO No Dough Dinner 13 14 15 1300-1500 Shamrock Party at the Library 16 17 1800 BOSS St. Patty's Day Party 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Kenya Safari Acrobats JC Opera 27 28 1700-1830 USO No Dough Dinner 29 1830-2030 Library Movie Night 30 31
  45. 45. April 2014 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday 1 1000-1200 Key Caller Class 2 Thursday Friday Saturday 3 4 5 0900-1500 K State Open House 6 7 8 1800-1930 Volunteer of the Year 9 10 11 1700-1830 USO No Dough Dinner 12 1300-1500 Easter at the Library 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Easter Egg Hunt, RCC 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 1830-2030 Library Movie Night Spring Autocross 27 CYSS MOMC Proclamation Signing Spring Autocross 28 29 1800-1930 Volunteer of the Quarter 1700-1830 USO No Dough Dinner 30
  46. 46. Closing Remarks

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