Task Force Knighthawk 1 June 2012 FRSA Flash www.facebook.com/TF Knighthawk Government OrganizationThe Sesame Street/USO Experience for Military Families - Family and MWRin partnership with the USO is proud to present The Sesame Street/USO Experiencefor Military Families on June 5 and 6 at Monti Physical Fitness Center. Sesame Streetis bringing the furry, fuzzy and friendly Muppets to Military Families around the worldwith a visit to Fort Drum with two shows presented each day at 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. Atthese shows your family will meet Katie, a Military kid on Sesame Street who is mov-ing to a new place and learn how she and her friends cope with this change. Free Tick-ets for these shows are available through your Military Unit, CYS Services, the USO be-ginning May 24. Please call CYSS Parent Central Services at 772-8675 if you need moreinformation.
Schedule of FRG Events P a g e 2 May 2012 SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 June 12 – For Father’s Only – Army Community Service June 21 – Military Resiliency Training: Module 3 – Army Community Service June 12 – Credit Repair – Army Community Service June 21 – High Adventure Club – Youth Center June 12 – Key Caller Training – Army Community Service June 23 – ATV Safety Training Class – Adventure Training June 12 – 14 – AFTB Level I – Army Community Service June 23 – End Of School BBQ – Youth Center June 14 – Automotive Brakes Class – Automotive SkillsCenter June 25 – Mountainfest Sports Begin – Sports Office June 15 – EFMP Autism Support Group – Army Community June 26 – Army 10-Miler Qualifier – Sports OfficeService June 26 – Carousel Mall Trip – Youth Center June 15 – PSAT Preparation and Assistance Class – YouthCenter June 27 – Computer Basics for Job Seekers – Army Com- munity Service June 16 – Summer Reading Program Kick-Off Party – McE-wen Library June 28 – Federal Employment Workshop- Army Commu- nity Service June 16 – Army Birthday Block Party – Youth Center June 28 – Mountainfest – Division Hill June 19 – Investing 101 – Army community Service June 28 – BOSS Car, Audio, and Motorcycle Show – Army June 19 – OPSEC Training – Army Community Service Community Service June 20 – Career Development Seminar – Army Community June 28 – Automotive Heating and Cooling Class – Automo-Service tive Skills Center June 21 – Riverfest – Alexandria Bay
P a g e 7 The Patriot Run will take place on July 1 in Central Square, NY (near Syracuse). Central Square has adopted a Platoon within Fox Company, and the proceeds from this race are how they sup- port Fox Company. I will be meeting with the race planning com- mittee next week down in Central Square. I need to let them know how many volunteers we can provide for the event. They are looking for adults/kids who can help direct the runners and/or hand out water. If you are able and willing to help out, please let me know by Sunday evening. I encourage families to also participate in the run or walk. You are welcome to participate in one event and volunteer during the other, just let me knowif that is the situation please. You can register online if you plan to participate. We arehoping to have company shirts made and ordered in time to wear to the event, so keep an eyeout for those details int he next few days. Thank you all!Jamie Sampsel 334-237-1326
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