Please check in at your
Brigade Table
&
Don’t forget to get a ticket
for the prize drawing!!!
Fort Riley Network/Victory
Welcome
27 March 2014
UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO
Agenda
Organizations Briefer Email Address Phone Number
• 2014 Severe Spring & Summer Weather Preparednes
• DFMWR Megan Ru...
2014 Severe Spring & Summer Weather Preparedness
(Fort Riley Emergency Management Office / 240-0400)
Redundant
Mass
Notifi...
DFMWR
Megan Rutledge
MOMC
Rally Point Events
MOMC
Family
Bingo
Apr. 27th
@ Rally
Point
3:30pm
Rally Point Events
Bowling Events
Library Events
Movie Night- Apr. 26th
6:30pm
Easter Party
April 12th 1-3pm
Adult Sports:
Register by Apr. 24
• Intramural Softball.
• May 5-Aug 14(open Active
Duty Soldiers only)
Kansas Boating Saf...
Sports Events
Custer Hill Golf Course
Custer Hill Golf Course
Fort Riley Army Substance Abuse Program
1980’s Fun Run!
When: 17 April 2014
Why: Alcohol Awareness Month
Prizes: Timex IRO...
Upcoming BOSS Events
• April:
– BOSS Ski Trip – Keystone APR 4th – 7th
• Location: Keystone, Colorado
• Cost: $425 per Sol...
Campaign Activities
April 2014
Activities will be sky lined on MWR Facebook, Gate KIOS and Fort Riley and
Daily Union News...
IACH
• Effective April 1, 2014 – Walk-In service at the TRICARE
Service Centers (TSCs) within the 50 United States, will no
lon...
TRICARE Service Centers
Walk-In Service No Longer Available
• Beneficiaries can continue to receive customer service via t...
Installation Chaplain
CH (COL) Harry Rauch
• Unit Chaplains
-Provide Religious Support to Soldiers/Family members/DoD Civilians
• Family Life Chaplain – Center (Bldg...
Crossroads Youth Night
MS/HS Youth meet every Wednesday, 1830-
2000 at Morris Hill Chapel
POC CH Breckenridge 240-7178
wil...
Stations of the Cross Devotions
28 March and 4, 11 April
1730 at St. Mary’s Chapel,
followed by a poor man’s meal
Holy Thu...
EASTERSUNRISE SERVICE
April 20, 2014
7:00 A.M.
OUTDOOR CHAPEL
Inclement weather location Morris Hill Chapel
"I am the Resu...
• Spring into Fun
•April 18 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Rally Point Field
•Planned activities include pancake breakfast, egg hunt...
2014 Construction Update
•Construction activity is in the
Warner Peterson community
•Construction
•Renovations
•Demolitions
Upcoming detour
•June 2 - August 1
•Thomas Avenue at
Longstreet Drive; and
Tuttle Avenue at Ewell
Street to Longstreet Dri...
DeCA
Peter Howell
• DeCA Pathways
• Summer Hiring Program – Must Have 1 Year Post High School
• USAJOBS.GOV Announcement DeCA-14-1071745-DE
...
Exchange
MWR Dividend
Main Exchange
Barlow Theater
Services
Red Cross
Or www.redcrossblood.org
Our thoughts and sympathy are with everyone in Oklahoma
impacted by the tornadoes. The Red Cross ...
USO
USO Fort Riley
6918 Trooper Drive Fort Riley, KS 785-240-5326 ®®
USO Fort Riley
6918 Trooper Drive Fort Riley, KS 785-240-...
Manhattan
APRIL
• KS Sampler festival; May 2/3 in Wamego
• Flint Hills Day; May 3 at the Flint Hills Discovery Center,
including fre...
Junction City
It’s Happening in JC
April 19 11:00 AM- 2:00 PM Easter Carnival
Valley View Senior Life
Easter Egg Hunt begins at 11:00 am...
The arts are Spring
2014
Events
jcoperahouse.org
Live Performances
Classic Films
Community
Theatre
Art, Music, Fitness &
B...
Announcements
K-State Military Education and Family
Initiatives Symposium
Tuesday 11 March 9:00-3:30
Riley’s Conference Center
R.S.V.P. ...
Final Announcements
Month of the Military Child
Calendar
April 2014
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
1
1000-1200 Key Caller Class
1100-1500 Fool’s BBQ, WZ
...
May 2014
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
1
1730-2130 Kansas Safe Boaters
Course
7:45am & 1315 CG ...
June 2014
Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
1 2 3 4
5 6
Titan Fight, Hanger 727
7
8
1400, 1630, 190...
Closing Remarks
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Ft. Riley   Victory Welcome/Network March  slides
Ft. Riley   Victory Welcome/Network March  slides
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• If you are renting any water craft from the Ft, Riley Marina you MUST have the Kansas boater safety class. Please see slide for class dates and times.
• BOSS bbq is open to all single soldiers. The date on the slide has been changed to 17 April 1300-1500.

Religious Women’s auxiliaries:

Protestant Women Of the Chapel (PWOC)
A place where the women of our community come to fellowship with one another, worship the Lord, learn more about God's Word and share the challenges and joys of military life.
PWOC is a ministry of the Fort Riley Installation Chaplain. For more information on PWOC and Chapel events rileypwoc@gmail.com
Visit there facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/FortRileyPWOC

Ft. Riley Catholic Women Of the Chapel (CWOC)
CWOC reflects a visible presence of Christ in military communities by fostering and nourishing women in spirituality, leadership and service. Inspired by the Holy Spirit, CWOC serves as a vital enhancement of the religious support mission of military chapels. For more information contact (MCCW President for Fort Riley) at Ft.RileyMCCW@gmail.com
Visit there facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/FortRileyMCCW/info

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  1. 1. Please check in at your Brigade Table & Don’t forget to get a ticket for the prize drawing!!!
  2. 2. Fort Riley Network/Victory Welcome 27 March 2014 UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO
  3. 3. Agenda Organizations Briefer Email Address Phone Number • 2014 Severe Spring & Summer Weather Preparednes • DFMWR Megan Rutledge megan.m.rutledge2.naf@mail.mil 785.239.4983 • IACH Ian Mann ian.a.mann@us.army.mil 785.240.7507 • Chaplain CH (COL) Rauch harry.a.rauch.mil@mail.mil 785.239.2799 • Corvias Clay Boyer clay.boyer@corvias.com 785.717.2210 • DeCA Peter Howell Peter.Howell@deca.mil 785.239.3737 • Exchange Marne Gulde guldem@aafes.com 785.784.2026 • Red Cross Katie Parvey katie.parvey@redcross.org 785.239.1887 • USO Jill Iwen jiwen@uso.org 785.240.5327 • Manhattan Janet Nichols janet@manhattan.org 785.776.8829 • Junction City John Seitz john.seitz@junctioncitychamber.org 785.762.2632 • Announcements • Month of the Military Child Presentation • Calendar
  4. 4. 2014 Severe Spring & Summer Weather Preparedness (Fort Riley Emergency Management Office / 240-0400) Redundant Mass Notification Systems Background • Kansas Ranks #2 in Tornados since 1991…96 per year on average • 2013 was quietest Kansas tornado season since 1994 • 56 tornados occurred in Kansas during 2013 • May of 2013 had 45 tornados • First tornado of 2013 was 07 April in Russell County • Tornados, hail, and flooding have historically our major events • Mid April to early June highest risk Custer Hill: Building 7232 (1 HBCT) Building 7636 ( 2 HBCT) Building 7834(4 BCT) Building 8614 (1SB HQ) Marshall Army Airfield: Building 804 (1ID CAB) Main Post: Building 219 (Police Station) Camp Whitside: Building 600, IACH Camp Funston: Concrete Storm Shelters19 Tornado Sirens 48 Giant Voice Towers 18,800 current subscribers 2008: Chapman (EF3 Tornado) 2008: Manhattan (EF4 Tornado) 2011: Manhattan / Ogden Floods Response • Emergency Operations Center • Command & Control Nodes • Family Assistance Center o Bldg 446 (RCC) o Building 7264 (ACS) 2008: Manhattan / Fort Riley Hail Damage
  5. 5. DFMWR Megan Rutledge
  6. 6. MOMC
  7. 7. Rally Point Events MOMC Family Bingo Apr. 27th @ Rally Point 3:30pm
  8. 8. Rally Point Events
  9. 9. Bowling Events
  10. 10. Library Events Movie Night- Apr. 26th 6:30pm Easter Party April 12th 1-3pm
  11. 11. Adult Sports: Register by Apr. 24 • Intramural Softball. • May 5-Aug 14(open Active Duty Soldiers only) Kansas Boating Safety Course • Apr. 29- 5:30-9:30pm (classroom)May 3- 8am-1pm (on the water) • May1st & May 3rd • $5 per person • 785-239-2363
  12. 12. Sports Events
  13. 13. Custer Hill Golf Course
  14. 14. Custer Hill Golf Course
  15. 15. Fort Riley Army Substance Abuse Program 1980’s Fun Run! When: 17 April 2014 Why: Alcohol Awareness Month Prizes: Timex IRONMAN Road Trainer Watch for best time, men’s and women’s. Where: Custer Hill Golf Course Time: 1500 registration/Race at 1600 Who: Soldiers, Civilians, and Family Members. Be sure to dress like your favorite 1980’s celebrity! Fort Riley Substance Abuse Program Questions contact- Chris Bowman 240.6267 or 240-6266 Trophy Presented to unit with most participants!! I pity the fool who misses this run!
  16. 16. Upcoming BOSS Events • April: – BOSS Ski Trip – Keystone APR 4th – 7th • Location: Keystone, Colorado • Cost: $425 per Soldier – BOSS BBQ (4IBCT) APR 12th • Location: 4th BDE footprint • Soldiers get a nice “Welcome Back” from JRTC with free food, fun, and games. • May: – Tough Mudder MAY 3rd – 4th • Location: Heartland Park, Topeka • Cost: TBD • Volunteer Opportunity as well as Recreation – Glamour Night at Bellus Academy MAY 16th • Location: Bellus Academy, Manhattan • Cost: Package Deals TBD • Females get to enjoy getting their hair and nails done on a Friday night before going out. – BOSS BBQ / Paintball MAY 31st • Location: The Marina • Cost: $15 Entry • Paintball event followed by a BBQ with free food at night
  17. 17. Campaign Activities April 2014 Activities will be sky lined on MWR Facebook, Gate KIOS and Fort Riley and Daily Union Newspapers Collaborative Activities: April 8 & 9–Armed Forces Center for Child Protection from Bethesda, Professional Training - April – CAPM- Proclamation Signing. April – Go Blue!-JC High Blue Ribbon Campaign April – Pray for the Children-Blue Ribbon Campaign-Faith Community April 27 Bullying Prevention Education, THOR Marvel Character at MOMC Festival April 8- Becoming a Love and Logic Parent, Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun Parenting Class April 12 – Annual EFMP/FAP Spring Fling April 9,16 & 30- ScreamFree Parenting, Parenting Classes April 16- Oh! Oh. Baby, Early Childhood Assessment Parenting Education PLEASE CONTACT ACS FAP FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Go to https://education.mods.army.mil/NavyCME to register.
  18. 18. IACH
  19. 19. • 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 TRICARE Service Centers Walk-In Service No Longer Available
  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 - Women’s Auxiliaries - Protestant Program PWOC - Gospel Program CWOC - Orthodox Program - Chapel Youth (MS/HS) - Jewish Program - AWANA
  23. 23. Crossroads Youth Night MS/HS Youth meet every Wednesday, 1830- 2000 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 Events Ongoing Upcoming April •14-15th - Jewish Passover Seders Service, 2000-2300; Victory Chapel Multi-Purpose Room 143 •20th – Easter Sunrise Service, 0700 at the Outdoor Chapel; If inclement weather Morris Hill Chapel will be used. Victory Chapel Opening TBD
  24. 24. Stations of the Cross Devotions 28 March and 4, 11 April 1730 at St. Mary’s Chapel, followed by a poor man’s meal Holy Thursday Mass of the Lord’s Supper Thur. 17 April at 1800 at St. Mary’s Chapel. For those who cannot attend the evening Mass, a 1200 Mass will be celebrated at the Hospital Chapel Good Friday “Service of the Cross” Fri., 18 April at 1500 at St. Mary’s Chapel, with adoration of the Blessed Sacrament starting at 1200 Holy Saturday (Easter Vigil) Sat., 19 April at 1930 at St. Mary’s Chapel POC: CH Kazarnowicz, 270-874-7132 anthony.kazarnowiczjr@us.army.mil WHO: Protestant Community on Fort Riley WHAT: Five Thursday lunches and devotionals during the season of Lent. WHEN: 3, 10, 17 April 1145-1215 Lunch 1220-1240 Devotional WHERE: Kapaun Chapel Fellowship Hall WHY: Spiritual Enrichment RSVP by 30 March POC: Chaplain Don Carrothers 913-940-7672 donald.s.carrothers.mil@mail.mil Childcare will be provided for children birth-5 years old for those who sign up in advance. Protestant Lenten Lunches
  25. 25. EASTERSUNRISE SERVICE April 20, 2014 7:00 A.M. OUTDOOR CHAPEL Inclement weather location Morris Hill Chapel "I am the Resurrection and the Life, he who believes in Me will live even if he dies..." John 11: 25 Guest Speaker: CH (MAJ) Don Carrothers Protestant Pastoral Coordinator FOR MORE DETAILS CONTACT YOUR UNIT CHAPLAIN
  26. 26. • Spring into Fun •April 18 from 9:30-11:30 a.m. Rally Point Field •Planned activities include pancake breakfast, egg hunts by age group, face painting, crafts, train rides, games and interactive activities, prizes and a petting zoo. •Egg Hunt Times: 0-1 year 10:30-11:30 a.m. 2-3 years 10:30 a.m. 4-5 years 10:40 a.m. 6-8 years 10:50 a.m. 9-12 years 11:00 a.m. • Corvias Foundation Grant Application Deadline •Deadline is May 8 •Open to spouses of active-duty service members at all Corvias-managed locations with plans to go to college •Visit our www.corviasfoundation.org for more information and to apply
  27. 27. 2014 Construction Update •Construction activity is in the Warner Peterson community •Construction •Renovations •Demolitions
  28. 28. Upcoming detour •June 2 - August 1 •Thomas Avenue at Longstreet Drive; and Tuttle Avenue at Ewell Street to Longstreet Drive
  29. 29. DeCA Peter Howell
  30. 30. • DeCA Pathways • Summer Hiring Program – Must Have 1 Year Post High School • USAJOBS.GOV Announcement DeCA-14-1071745-DE • Position Not to Exceed 30 September 2014 • 3 Available • On-Site Sale May 3, 2014 • Forbes Field - Topeka • 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM • In-Store Club Pack Sales Event • In planning for Mid May • Watch for details on www.commissaries.com – Ft Riley Link • Sidewalk Sales Event • This Friday and Saturday – March 28th-29th • Special Close-Out Deals and Fire Sale items Commissary
  31. 31. Exchange
  32. 32. MWR Dividend
  33. 33. Main Exchange
  34. 34. Barlow Theater
  35. 35. Services
  36. 36. Red Cross
  37. 37. Or www.redcrossblood.org 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. This relief effort is very large involving several communities where tornadoes struck over several days. You can help people affected by disasters like tornadoes, floods and other crises by making a 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. or www.redcrossblood.org VolunTeen Program – For Teens 13-17 Agencies may request a Teen to work in their area starting June 23,2014 We are currently recruiting for volunteers for the Ft Riley Disaster Action Team (DAT) Call our local office at 785-239-1887 for more information. Thursday, June 19th from 10:00 – 4:00 at Long’s Gym Friday, June 20th from 10:00 – 4:00 at Long’s Gym
  38. 38. USO
  39. 39. USO Fort Riley 6918 Trooper Drive Fort Riley, KS 785-240-5326 ®® USO Fort Riley 6918 Trooper Drive Fort Riley, KS 785-240-5326 USO Fort Riley 6918 Trooper Drive Fort Riley, KS 785-240-5326 Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 8:00-6:00 pm Weekends and Holidays/Training Holidays 12:00-6:00 pm Games * CAC Computers* WIFI* Printing* Faxing * Movies* Library Breakfast Daily 8:00-10:00 am Lunch Daily 11:00-2:00 pm Upcoming No Dough Dinner (Family Appreciation Dinner) Friday, March 28th 5:00-6:30 Location: Commanding General’s Mounted Color Guard Area In support of their Tactics Demonstration For additional details: www.facebook.com/usofortriley
  40. 40. Manhattan
  41. 41. APRIL • KS Sampler festival; May 2/3 in Wamego • Flint Hills Day; May 3 at the Flint Hills Discovery Center, including free to the public traditional dance ceremony by the Kaw Indian Nation • Tulip Festival; April 12/13 in Wamego • MRC Luncheon; April 2 11:30 am – 1 p.m. at Riley’s Conference Center with Manhattan Mayor John Matta giving a “State of the City” • Yellow Ribbon Social; April 17 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Healing Arts Event at the Beach Museum. Dessert and art workshop on creating books/journals to record what happens at home while your spouse is gone. Activities for children during workshop. • Earth Day at Sunset Zoo; April 19, noon – 4:30 p.m. a day’s worth of entertainment and family activities
  42. 42. Junction City
  43. 43. It’s Happening in JC April 19 11:00 AM- 2:00 PM Easter Carnival Valley View Senior Life Easter Egg Hunt begins at 11:00 am Age brackets are 0-3 years, 4-7 years, and 8-11 years April 24 7:30 AM MAC Breakfast Guest Speaker CSM (Ret) Buddy Wallace Executive Director Society of the First Infantry Division
  44. 44. The arts are Spring 2014 Events jcoperahouse.org Live Performances Classic Films Community Theatre Art, Music, Fitness & Ballroom Dance Classes 135 W. 7th Junction City Box Office: 785-238-3906 March 7 @ 7:30 pm All seats - $10 A portion of ticket sales benefit USD 475 music students An evening of exceptional jazz by KC’s best kept secret – with an opening act by USD 475 young jazz musicians Rich Wheeler Classes at the OH GUITAR CLASSES Thursdays @ 5:30 pm YOGA Tuesdays – 9 am ZUMBA Tues, Thurs, Sat – 10 am Wed & Thurs – 6:30 pm KINDERMUSIK Sat – 9 am ART Wed (Pre-K) – 9 am Wed (Adult) – 6 pm Sat (K-5) – Noon T h e Q u i n t e t W i t h J C J u n i o r J a z z COMMUNITY THEATRE: SUMMER YOUTH PRODUCTIONS -Registration begins April 1 -Grades 3-12 -June Theater Workshops -More info @ www.jclt.info April 26 @ 7 pm Free concert featuring the best local and regional musicians in a unique acoustic setting
  45. 45. Announcements
  46. 46. K-State Military Education and Family Initiatives Symposium Tuesday 11 March 9:00-3:30 Riley’s Conference Center R.S.V.P. Info located at: KSUMilitaryED-OPS.wikispaces.com There are 4 strands/topics available: Understanding Today’s Military Student: K-12 Understanding Today’s Military Student: Higher Education Understanding Today's Military Family Life Issues Fostering Community Connections
  47. 47. Final Announcements
  48. 48. Month of the Military Child
  49. 49. Calendar
  50. 50. April 2014 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 1000-1200 Key Caller Class 1100-1500 Fool’s BBQ, WZ 2 3 4 5 0900-1500 K State Open House 0800-1100 MOMC Pancake Breakfast 2000 Comedy Show. Rally Point 6 7 0900-1100 MOMC Outdoor Extravaganza 1800 -1930 Volunteer of the Year, RCC 8 1000 & 1800 Children’s Play, Barlow 9 10 CG’s Payday Scramble 11 1700-1830 USO No Dough Dinner 12 1300-1500 Easter at the Library 0900 CYSS 2K fun walk/run Golf Course Open House 1100 Scotch Doubles Bowling Tournament 13 14 15 16 17 1300-1600 BOSS BBQ , 4th Bde Footprint 18 1400-1600 MOMC Parade 2000-2230 MST MOMC Dance 2000-2230 Midnight Basketball Tournament, Youth Center 19 1100 Easter Egg Hunt, RCC 1030-1600 Kids Fishing Day 1400 Mega Bingo 20 1000-1400 Easter Brunch , RCC 1200-1800 Easter Bowling 21 22 23 24 25 Marina Opens for the Season 2300-0800 MST MOMC Lock- in 26 1830-2030 Library Movie Night 0800 Flag Football Tournament 1830 Library Movie Night (Despicable Me 2) 27 1200-1500 MOMC Festival 1530 Family Bingo 28 29 1800-1930 Volunteer of the Quarter 1700-1830 USO No Dough Dinner 1730-2130 Kansas Safe Boaters Course 30 APR NewU Xquest MOMC Bowling and Golf Specials APR-MAY Spring Turkey Contest Outdoor Kids Spring Skeet League
  51. 51. May 2014 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 1730-2130 Kansas Safe Boaters Course 7:45am & 1315 CG Payday Scramble 2 3 0800-1300/1200-1700 Kansas Safe Boaters Course 1800-2400 Cinco de Bowl 2000 Comedy Show, Rally Point 4 5 1500-1800 Cinco de Patio Fiesta, WZ 6 7 8 9 2000-2230 MST End of the Year Dance 10 0800 Spring Fling Softball Tournament 0800-1400 Family Canoe Trip 1830 Library Movie Night (Planes) 11 1000-1400 Mothers Day Brunch, RCC 12 13 14 15 16 17 0911 Run for the Fallen 0800-1500 Ft. Riley Marina Fun in the Sun 1100 3-6-9 Bowling Tournament 18 1400 Family Bingo 19 20 21 22 23 24 1300-1500 Summer Kick Off Reading Party, Library 25 26 27 101 Days of Summer, Bowling 28 29 30 31 1100-2000 BOSS Marina BBQ and Paintball Tournament 5May-14Aug Intramural Softball 17 May-16 July Community Life Softball U.S. Army Soldier Show
  52. 52. June 2014 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 3 4 5 6 Titan Fight, Hanger 727 7 8 1400, 1630, 1900 Sesame Street Experience, Longs Gym 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1000-1400 Fathers Day Brunch, RCC 16 17 18 19 20 1800 Midnight Madness Softball Tournament, Sacco 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
  53. 53. Closing Remarks
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