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  • 22 March 2012 Task Force Knighthawk FRSA Flash Special Notes of Interest Fort Drum spouse promotes ated with completing the Accredited first children’s book Financial Counselor® (AFC®) train- ing and the first two attempts at bothMindy Whitten, a spouse from Task Looking to clean out your garage? exams. Upon successful completion ofForce Phoenix, A Co., (3-10 GSAB) Are you PCSing prior to June? The the program and required practicum,wrote a children’s book about a little post-wide community yard sells are the participant will be awarded theboy that wants a pet... a pet Alpaca. He coming to the neighborhoods the Accredited Financial Counselor® des-is a little confused about them, so his weekend of June 2-3 for Adirondack ignation from AFCPE®.dad helps him understand what is in- Creek and Rhicard Hills area and the Many employers such as credit unions,volved taking care for an Alpaca. ―An weekend of June 9-10 for Monument financial aid offices, and communityAlpaca in My Pocket.‖ Ridge and Crescent Woods area! housing agencies need well-trained, ethical and caring financial counselorsMindy will be selling and signing cop- to meet the increasing demand for fi-ies of her first published book, at the nancial counseling services. MilitaryPost Exchange from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m on spouses can fill this need while build-March 30 and 31. ing a rewarding career that is flexible to the demands of the military family Whitten also will read her book during lifestyle.story time at McEwen Library March FREE Nutrition and Parenting Skills Please check out the FINRA Founda-23, April 17 and June 12. Workshop Series tion Military Spouse Fellowship for Offered by Cornell Cooperative Exten- 2012- applications due by March 31!For more information or to purchase a sion at Adirondack Creek Communitybook, email Whitten at AnAlpacaInMy- Applications can be found here: Center. Classes start in May and con-Pocket@gmail.com or at tinue through June. See Flyer for full http://www.militaryfamily.org/get-mailto:AnAlpacaInMyPocket@gmail.c details on our Facebook page. For info/support-family/spouse-om more information or to register please employment/financial-counselor- call 788-8450. fellowships.html Ft. Drum Financial Readiness, ACS Operation Purple Camp (like us on Facebook) Operation Purple Camp applications The Association for Financial Counsel- are being accepted now. These are freeThe Fort Drum FRG Sympo- ing and Planning Education® summer camps for qualifying militarysium has been moved from 15 (AFCPE®) in association with the Na- dependents. There are 2 camps avail-MAY to 1 MAY. Registration forms tional Military Family Association and able in NY State, Camp Wabasso lo-will go out later this week. Dead- the FINRA Investor Education Foun- cally from July 29, 2012 - August 3,line will now be 16 April for child- dation is pleased to announce the 2012 and Pioneer Camp from July 8,care, with only 41 slots available. FINRA Foundation Military Spouse 2012 - July 13, 2012 in Western NY. Accredited Financial Counselor® Fel- There are also camps available in other lowship. This program provides mili- areas of the country as well. To find tary spouses with the education neces- out more about the camps, the qualifica- tions to apply, and to register go to sary to enter the financial counseling www.militaryfamily.org career field. The fellowship covers the costs associ-
  • P a g e 2 Special Notes of Interest cont.Fort Drum Thrift Shop, Inc. Temporary Hour Changes for McEwen LibraryAre you PCSing?? Are your closets and storage rooms until April 30busting at the seems?? Do you just have to much Junkin the house that you want to get rid? Would you like toFriday, 23 March 0900 to 1800make some extra MONEY while clearing it out?? If you Saturday, 24 March—Sunday, 25 March 1000-1800said YES to any of these questions, then you need to Monday, 26—Thursday 29 March 0900– 1900head on over to the FORT DRUM THRIFT SHOP!! Or Friday, 30 March 0900-1800Call 315-772-7189 to set up a PCS appointment! Saturday, 31 March-Sunday, 1 April: 1000-1800 Monday, 2 April-Thursday 12 April: 0900-1900The Fort Drum Thrift Shop is your one stop shop to get Friday, 20 April-0900-1800rid of all your Unwanted Items or Acquire more Treas- Saturday, 21-Sunday, 22 April: 1000-1800ures! We take donations 24hrs a day in our front lobby Monday, 23—Thursday 26 April: 0900-1900or we offer consignments daily from 0930-1230. We Friday, 27 April: 0900-1800also offer PCS appointments to anyone who is within Saturday, 28—Sunday 29 April: 1000-180090 days of PCS/ETSing in or out of post. What is a PCS Monday, 30 April 0900 –1900appointment you ask?! A PCS appointment allows youto do 1 LARGE Consignment Drop OFF and youll beassured your consignment check will be forwarded toyou!! The Thrift Shop is OPEN Tuesday, Wednesdays &Thursdays 0930-1400 we are located on old post,Building P55 First St. & Quartermaster Rd.For Sale Specials, Consignment Info or Donation Infocall 315-772-7189 or visit us on the WEB @ thrift-shopinc.webs.comFort Drum Army Community Service (ACS)effective on Monday, March 26, 2012.Fort Drum Army Community Service (ACS) will bechanging their operating hours.The new hours will be 0730-1630 Monday thru Friday;all services will be available during those times.After hours emergencies please see below:Army Emergency Relief (AER): For after-hoursemergencies that cannot wait until the next businessday, assistance can be obtained by calling 1-877-272-7337.Sexual Assault Prevention/Response: 24/7 CrisesHotline 315-767-6128.Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Hotline: 315-955-5493.Fort Drum Fish & Wildlife ManagementThe semi-annual publication of Fort Drum’s Fish &Wildlife Management Program is now available onlineat http://www.fortdrum.isportsman.net/file/Fort_Drum_Outdoors_2012Spring_Newsletter.pdf
  • P a g e 3 March 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 FRG SCHEDULED MEETINGS & EVENTSTF Knighthawk Events E Co(Knightriders) 7Apr: Meeting...Easter EggFri. 30 Mar: Celebrate Spring Tues. 27 Mar: Single Soldier hunt, tentative date@ Lloyds Landing 1400-1600 Dinner (flyer pg.7) 5 May: Meeting...Cinco De(flyer pg.4) Mayo! F Co (ATS)A Co (Deathstalker) Wed. 21 Mar @ 6pm USOWed. 28 Mar: Meet & Greet/ (flyer pg.4)FRG Meeting (flyer pg.7) Tues. 3 Apr. Paint It 100-1500 (flyer pg.5)D Co (Dragonhawk) Wed. 4 Apr. Noon-1500Wed. 21 Mar Meet & Greet Coffee Chat (flyer pg.5)(flyer pg. 5) F Co (PF)Wed. 28 Mar Single Soldier Fri. 30 Mar: Family DayItalian Feast Potluck Dinner 1000-1300 (flyer pg 6)(flyer pg.6)Fri. 30 Mar Change of G Co (Intruders)Command 1100 @ Hangar 27Mar: Fundraiser...Bake Sale and MP3 player raffle @ Hanger in AM 29Mar: TF Hail and Farewell. Tentative Date
  • P a g e 4 March 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 Schedule of Events March 30 – Indoor Paintball – Youth Center  March 31 Maple Days 1000-1400 45IN Hill March 23 – In Her Shoes: Living With Domestic Violence – Army Community Service Water Tower March 24, 25— Maple Days ,1000-1400, 45IN Hill (Water Tower) March 26— DIVISION DONSA March 26—CYSS Child Development Centers Closed (ALL), All Day, All Location March 29 Women’s History Month 1100-1300 The Commons March 29 Mountain Remembrance 1630-1700 Main Post Chapel March 30 Retirement Ceremony 1600-1700 MPA
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  • P a g e 1 1 MyCAA funding gives eligible military spouses the opportunity to train for portable jobs in growing career fields.Are you a military spouse looking for a career that will offer job opportunities no matter whereyou’re stationed? Consider going back to school! The MyCAA funding program offers eligible mili-tary spouses $4,000 to put toward training that will help them gain the skills they need to find jobsin growing career fields that have opportunities nationwide and can transfer with them.Career Step is a MyCAA-approved, online school. With Career Step you can train anywhere youhave an internet connection, and our affordable tuition is completely covered by MyCAA funds—which means you can train with no out-of-pocket expenses! You can choose from any of theonline Career Step programs and courses and be career ready in just a few months.MyCAA-Approved, Online Programs:Medical TranscriptionMedical Coding and BillingPharmacy TechnicianMedical Administrative AssistantAdministrative AssistantMicrosoft Office 2007 Post Theatre (MPA) ScheduleMON APR 02 - Closed SAT APR 07: TUE APR 10 - ClosedTUE APR 03 - Closed 1400 Journey 2: The Mysteri- WED APR 11 - Closed ous Island (PG)WED APR 04 - Closed THU APR 12: 1400 Act of Valor (R)THU APR 05: 1900 Act of Valor (R) ALL 230 Wanderlust (R) SEATS FOR THIS SHOWING 1900 This Means War (PG- $113) ALL SEATS FOR THIS SUN APR 08:SHOWING $1 1400 Journey 2: The Mysteri-FRI APR 06: ous Island (PG-13)1900 Wanderlust (R) 1700 Wanderlust (R)2130 Act of Valor (R) MON APR 09 - Closed
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  • T he history of April Fools Day or All Fools Day is uncertain, but the current thinking is that it began around 1582 in France with the reform of the calendar under Charles IX. The Gregorian Calendar was intro- duced, and New Years Day was moved from March 25 - April 1 (new years week) to January 1.Send invitations to nonexistent parties and have other practical jokes played upon them. Communi-cation traveled slowly in those days and some people were only informed of the change several yearslater. Still others, who were more rebellious refused to acknowledge the change and continued tocelebrate on the last day of the former celebration, April 1.These people were labeled "fools" by the general populace, were subject to ridicule and sent on "foolerrands," sent invitations to nonexistent parties and had other practical jokes played upon them. Thebutts of these pranks became known as a "poisson davril" or "April fish" because a young naive fishis easily caught. In addition, one common practice was to hook a paper fish on the back of someoneas a joke.This harassment evolved over time and a custom of prank-playing continue on the first day of April.This tradition eventually spread elsewhere like to Britain and Scotland in the 18th century and wasintroduced to the American colonies by the English and the French. Because of this spread to othercountries, April Fools Day has taken on an international flavor with each country celebrating theholiday in its own way. April Fools Day in Scotland, for instance, is devoted to spoofs involving the buttocks and as such is called Taily Day. The butts of these jokes are known as April Gowk, another name for cuckoo bird. The origins of the "Kick Me" sign can be traced back to the Scottish observance. In England, jokes are played only in the morning. Fools are called gobs or gobby and the vic- tim of a joke is called a noodle. It was considered back luck to play a practical joke on someone after noon. In Rome, the holiday is known as Festival of Hilaria, celebrating the resurrection of the god Attis, is on March 25 and is also referred to as "Roman Laughing Day."The Huli Festival is celebrated on March 31 in India. People play jokes on one another andsmear colors on one another celebrating the arrival of Spring. In Portugal, April Fools Day falls on the Sunday and Monday before lent. In this cele- bration, many people throw flour at their friends.
  • Kelley Arnold, TF Knighthawk FRSA Office: 315-774-1373 Cell: 315-405-6783 kelley.arnold@us.army.milContents of this newsletter are compiled from multiple Military Family news sources. Material presented does notrepresent the views or endorsement of TF Knighthawk or the United States Army. This material is for personal useof the readers. All readers are encouraged to do further research for all applicable restrictions and guidelines. Please contact her to LauraWendt, TF Advisor for tickets! Look for TF Knighthawk Government Organization