H e a d qu a r t e r s , H e a d q u a r t e r s C o . 10th Combat Aviation Brigade RENEGADES FRSA FLASH Friday, June 15, 2012 Points of ContactCompany Commander CPT McLeanCompany 1SG SFC SmithCompany FRG Leader RaeAnn McLeanhhc10thcab_frg@yahoo.comBDE FRSAJackie SharpeO/315-774-1104Cfirstname.lastname@example.org Inside this issue:Dad’s Giveaways! 2NASCAR Essay Contest 3Fort Drum Curfew 6ReminderRiverfest/Mountainfest 7Reel Time Theater 9
Page 2 FRSA FLASHIm happy to announce that we will be receiving over 200 childrens bikes from USO Metro NYC to giveaway on Fathers Day (age appropriate for 2-12)! Well be taking them off the truck and putting them rightinto the kids hands.Well be giving them away first come, first served to Active Duty/Dependent ID card holders on Sunday,June 17th at 0830 at the USO. We also have puzzles, and free food coupons from Arbys and Carvel to giveaway.Kids MUST be present to receive a bike with their parent(s) and well give them out until theyre gone!Date/time subject to change if logistics dont go as planned (i.e. truck breaks down, acts of God, etc).See you on Father’s Day!Rachel MilliosPrograms ManagerUSO Fort Drum10502 S. Riva Ridge LoopFort Drum, NY 13602Phone: 315-777-8006Cell: 315-408-4826Fax: 315-777-8005Email: email@example.comWeb: www.uso.org/donatefortdrum
Page 3 FRSA FLASHWatertown Family YMCA - Summer Youth Employment/Intern ProgramAre you 16 and looking for a job? Are you 15 and wanting to learn more about the world of work?The Y is looking for 16 year olds to work in a paid summer position and 15 year olds for a non-paid in-tern position. 15 year olds are guaranteed a paid placement the following summer.Program runs 6-8 weeks beginning the week of July 9thParticipants will work 15 hours per week at job placements within Jefferson County and attend 2 hrFriday learning sessions at the Fairgrounds Y.Benefits include—work experience, on site work counselor visits, weekly life skills classes including top-ics such as budgeting, career exploration, education and training requirements.Current employer partners are; Watertown Daily Times, Jefferson Community College, ThompsonPark Zoo, Flower Memorial Library, Sci-Tec Center, Greater Watertown Chamber of Commerce, Water-town Housing Authority, Tunes 92.5, YMCA SACC, Fairgrounds YApplications will be accepted through June 22nd Application can be downloaded from our websitewww.watertownymca.org or picked up at any Y location in Watertown and Carthage If you have ques-tions please call or e-mail Rebecca Reed 315-755-2016 firstname.lastname@example.orgRebecca ReedOutreach Branch DirectorCell: 315-771-1241For Youth DevelopmentFor Healthy LivingFor Social Responsibility
Page 4 FRSA FLASHRegistration gets under way for Black River ChallengeThe Lewis County Chamber of Commerce will hold its 3rd Annual Black River Challenge on July 1. Reg-istration will begin at 8 a.m. and the race will start at 9 a.m.The 3rd Annual Black River Canoe and Kayak Race will begin at the New York State Department of En-vironmental Conservation boat launch in Glenfield and will end at the DEC boat launch in Castorland.The distance is 23 miles, and there are no carries. The Black River will provide a twisty, winding racecourse that is at times a fast-moving current with varying depths and various minor hazards.There will be a pit stop at the halfway mark, and there will be a post-race meal in Castorland (not farfrom the finish), as well as a recognition ceremony.To register for the race or for more information, contact the Lewis County Chamber of Commerce at376-2213.Family Medicine Clinic hours will change in JulyU.S. Army Medical Department Activity officials have announced a change to Family Medicine Clinichours of operation, effective July 2.New hours of operation will run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (FMC is now open from 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.) Thischange will allow for later afternoon hours, which patients have requested.Note: Urgent care hours at FMC remain the same: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and 9 a.m.to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sunday and holidays.College will conduct youth baseball campsJefferson Community College will hold two summer baseball camps for youths 8-16, from Mondaythrough Thursday beginning July 9 and July 16. Each camp will run from 9 a.m. to noon in the McVeanGymnasium.Hitting, fielding and pitching drills will be taught and practiced in a fun, safe atmosphere by JCC base-ball players and coaches as well as players from the Watertown Wizards.Each camper will receive a free ticket to watch a Watertown Wizards home game this summer.Registration is $70 per session or $120 for both sessions. Registration will continue up to the startdate of each camp.To register or for more information contact John Northrop, JCC men’s baseball coach, at 786-2497,email email@example.com or visit www.cannoneerathletics.com and click on upcoming events.Report security issues to Fort Drum tip lineFort Drum’s Directorate of Emergency Services encourages everyone to contribute to community secu-rity by reporting suspicious behavior or activities to 774-8477 (TIPS).Callers to the anonymous tip line should report odd behaviors and activities, such as people measuringor asking for blueprints of important buildings; strangers asking about security protocols; a briefcase,suitcase, backpack or package left behind; vehicles left unattended in front of buildings; and chemicalsmells or fumes coming from a residence or business. The effort is part of iWatch Army, an antiterror-ism program.
FRSA FLASH Page 5 Things to Do/Places to SeeBlue Star Museums is a collaboration among the National Endowment of the Arts, Blue Star Families,the Department of Defense, and more than 1,500 museums across America. First launched in the sum-mer of 2010, Blue Star Museums offers FREE admission to all active duty military personnel and theirfamilies from Memorial Day, May 28, through Labor Day, September 3, 2012.Old McDonald’s FarmAttention Military families: All military adults with active duty ID will receive $2 off admission during the2012 season! Regular admission is $8.00 per personHours of Operation - Open Every Day May 1st thru October 31st. Spring: May1st-School recess. Weekdays 10:00-4:00 & Weekends 10:00-5:00OLD McDonalds FARM | 14471 County Rt 145 - Sackets Harbor, NY 13685 |(315) 583-5737Group Rates - Visit and Learn at Old McDonalds Farm! They can now seat 100 guests indoors!! What agreat opportunity for an FRG Event. Groups will:Visit With Over 200 Animals, The Wizard of OZ Hayride, Mini Golf, Inflated Adventure Playground (smallchildren only), Modern Dairy Tour on the Moo Town Trolley. Please call for non-school groups rates. Ex-tras: Pony Rides for smaller children 60lbs and under. Animal Food: 50 cents/cupThe St. Lawrence Power & Equipment Museum is offering active duty and wounded warriors free admis-sion to our June Exhibition June 9 & 10, 2012 in Madrid, NY.
Page 6 FRSA FLASH This Week in History, June 15th - 21st Jun 15, 1215 - Magna Carta sealed Jun 16, 1884 - First roller coaster in America opens Jun 17, 1885 - Statue of Liberty arrives in New York Harbor Jun 18, 1812 - War of 1812 begins Jun 19, 1953 - Rosenbergs executed Jun 20, 1975 - Jaws released Jun 21, 1788 - U.S. Constitution ratified DES REMINDS RESIDENTS OF FORT DRUM CURFEWAs summer quickly approaches, Directorate of Emergency Services officials would like to remind Fort Drum residents ofthe postwide curfew implemented last summer. The Garrison Policy regarding the post curfew applies to all persons,whether residents or guests, located on Fort Drum who are 17 or younger. The purpose of the policy is to protect minorsfrom becoming victims of unlawful activity, reduce incidents of unlawful conduct by minors, and encourage and strengthenadult and parental supervision.“As the weather improves and school lets out, juvenile criminal activity tends to increase in the housing areas. Police willbe identifying juveniles and enforcing the curfew,” said Todd Julian, DES chief of law enforcement. “We need parents’ helpto support and enforce the curfew so our communities remain a great place to work, play and live.“The curfew implemented last summer went a long way to helping protect both children and property. The amount of late-night vandalism and thefts were greatly reduced from previous years. Twenty-five minors received first-time violation warn-ings. Only two minors appeared before the Juvenile Disciplinary Control Board for subsequent violations.”The curfew is in effect from 10 p.m. until 5 a.m. Sunday through Thursday. It is in effect from midnight through 5 a.m. Fri-day and Saturday. Exceptions include those minors who are accompanied by an adult; are in their own yard; are returninghome from their place of employment, a school, church or other voluntary organization event or one officially sponsoredyouth activity in a government facility; or en route to obtaining medical care for themselves or an immediate Family Mem-ber. In all cases, the minor is required to take the most direct route to and from the home.A first violation will result in the minor being taken into temporary custody on the scene by law enforcement personnel. Theparent or responsible adult will be contacted immediately to respond to take custody of the minor. The parent or responsi-ble adult will sign a release statement acknowledging that the minor has been detained for violating the curfew.Subsequent violations will result in a police report being generated and a referral for a mandatory appearance before theJuvenile Disciplinary Control Board. Continued disregard for the policy could result in more severe action against the minorand the sponsor, including being barred from the installation.“When parents are aware of where their kids are and enforce policies like this one, everyone benefits, especially the chil-dren,” Julian said.The policy can be viewed on the Fort Drum portal under Garrison Policy Memorandum 11-18, Fort Drum Curfew for MinorChildren. Information regarding child supervision is outlined in Garrison Policy Memorandum 10-12, Parental Responsibili-ties and Supervision for Children and Youth. For more information, contact the MP desk at 772-5156.Directorate of Emergency Services
Page 8 FRSA FLASH Coming AttractionsJune 15 – EFMP Autism Support Group – Army Community ServiceJune 15 – PSAT Preparation and Assistance Class – Youth CenterJune 16 – Summer Reading Program Kick-Off Party – McEwen LibraryJune 16 – Army Birthday Block Party – Youth CenterJune 19 – Investing 101 – Army community ServiceJune 19 – OPSEC Training – Army Community ServiceJune 20 – Career Development Seminar – Army Community ServiceJune 21 – Riverfest – Alexandria BayJune 21 – Military Resiliency Training: Module 3 – Army Community ServiceJune 21 – High Adventure Club – Youth CenterJune 23 – ATV Safety Training Class – Adventure TrainingJune 23 – End Of School BBQ – Youth Center http://www.drummwr.com/ ClassesandEvents_files/June%202012%June 25 – Mountainfest Sports Begin – Sports Office 20Preview_FMWR_Preview.pdfJune 26 – Army 10-Miler Qualifier – Sports OfficeJune 26 – Carousel Mall Trip – Youth CenterJune 27 – Computer Basics for Job Seekers – Army Community ServiceJune 28 – Federal Employment Workshop- Army Community Service Need Help? Call or visit Military OneSource to find information about taxes, par- enting, deployments, finances, taxes, counseling, PCS moves & more
Post Theater Bldg 10725, North Riva Ridge Admission is $4.50 for adults; $2.25 for children 6-11; FREE for children 5 and younger. For more movie information, call 772-5571FRI JUNE 15 - 1900 Think Like A Man (PG-13)SAT JUNE 16 - 1400 The Pirates! Band of Misfits (PG)1900 Dark Shadows (PG-13)SUN JUNE 17 - 1400 The Pirates! Band of Misfits (PG)-----------------------------------------------------------------THU JUNE 21 - 1900 Think Like A Man (PG-13)FRI JUNE 22 - 1900 What to Expect When Expecting (PG-13)SAT JUNE 23 - ClosedSUN JUNE 24 - Closed
Page 12 FRSA FLASHOfficials test systemFort Drum will conduct a functions test of the Mass Notification System at 2 p.m. June29. All personnel are reminded this is only a test of the system. During an actualemergency, specific instructions would be issued using this system.
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