FRSA FLASH 13 October 2011Contents of this news letter are compiled from multiple military family news sources and local area event sources. Materialpresented does not represent the views or endorsement of the 2nd BSTB, 2 nd BCT or the Army. This material is for personal use by the readers. All readers are encouraged to do further research for all applicable restrictions and guidelinesMEDDAC ANNOUNCES TIMELINE FOR CLINICMOVES TO NEW ADDITION AT GUTHRIEThe following are projected timelines for Clinic and Section moves into the Guthrie Clinic newaddition:* The Family Care Clinic will be closed Monday, Oct. 17, for relocation. This will includeDermatology and Pediatrics. There will be limited appointments on Oct. 18 and 19; fullschedule on Oct. 20.* Physical Therapy, Chiropractic, and Occupational Therapy will be closed Monday, Oct.17, for relocation. There will be limited appointments on Oct. 18 and 19; full schedule on Oct.20.* TRICARE will close at noon, Oct. 21, and will reopen Oct. 24 for business.* Referrals will be closed Oct. 17 for relocation, and will reopen on Oct. 18 for business.* The Urgent Care Clinic, Laboratory, Pharmacy, and Medical Records, will be open onMonday, Oct. 17, for regular business. These areas will not close at this time.Over the course of the next several months, various other administrative moves and renovationswill occur throughout Guthrie Clinic. This may result in other temporary relocations of servicewithin the clinic. Further information will be published as it becomes available based onconstruction schedules.
The link covers some of the basic information about "OPSEC, PII, & SocialNetworking". It is interactive, and provides very good information (and acertificate at theend!)!Please take a few minutes to complete the training and pass the link on!Social Networking: http://iase.disa.mil/eta/sns_v1/sn/launchPage.htmAs always, think before you post! And if you see any concerns with your (orother) unit pages, please let your OPSEC Officer (or PAO) know.LIBRARY CLASSThe library will be hosting a seminar on "Living Gluten Free" on Wednesday,2 November 2011 at 1300 1:00pm).The discussion will be on the diet, celiac disease, glutensensitivity/intolerance, and will have samples of baked goods. They will alsohighlighting the librarys collection of Gluten free cookbooks, as November isGluten Free Diet Awareness Month. If you are interested or have any questions,please call Kathy Walsh, Librarian, Robert C. McEwen Library at 772-4502/9099.FRG FUNDRAISERCONTACTYOURFRG LEADERFOR MOREDETAILS
OCTOBEROctober 15-30Sackets Harbor11AM www.aanny.org Sackets Harbor Arts Center Adirondacks National Exhibition of American Watercolors Wed- Sun Show runs Wednesday through Sunday 11am-5pm FREE ADMISSION. Please join us for this specialopportunity to view this unique show which is ranked among the top 10 watercolor shows in the country. For moreinformation visit our website.Contact Bill Christopherson PHONE- email@example.comOctober 20-29Sackets Harbor6PM Sackets Harbor School. Once again the Sackets Harbor Sentinels will hold their Haunted House on thefollowing dates: Oct 20,21,22,27,28 & 29th...Please call the school for times and place.Contact Sackets Harbor School PHONE- 315-646-3575October 21, 22, 28 & 29WatertownClassic Creepy Creatures Haunted HouseThe American Kang Duk Won Karate and the Downtown Business Association presents Classic Creepy CreaturesHaunted House and see the transformation of the Historic Paddock Arcade on Friday, October 21st from 7pm-10pmand Saturday October 22nd from 1pm-4pm and then again at 6pm-10pm and Friday, October 28th from 7pm-10pmand Saturday October 29th from 1pm-4pm and then again at 6pm-10pm.October 22-23WatertownJoin the NYS Zoo and the North Country Childrens Clinic for this merry (not scary) two-day Halloween event forchildren 12 and under. The event will include a trick-or-treating trail full of healthy treats populated with charactersfrom popular nursery rhymes and television shows, face painting, games and more!October 22: 10AM-4PM and October 23: 10AM-4PMNon-zoo members: $7 adults, $5 per child (Ages 2-12)Zoo members: $2 entry/event feeMilitary gets $1 discount (i.e. for non-members $6 adults, $4 per child (Ages 2-12; or zoo members $2 entry/eventfee)October 27CarthageThink Pink Block Party Carthage Farmer’s Market Pavilion 4-7pm, music, food, door prizes, and much more.Come dressed in your best pink outfit.November 5PhiladelphiaDepartment Store at Indian River Middle School Off US Route 11 from 9am to 4pm. Just in time for the holidays,Inviting Local Businesses to create a one day DEPARTMENT STORE filled with local products or servicesHousewares/Pottery/Glass/Furniture/Fixtures/Home Décor/Wall Art/Sculpture/HomeImprovement/Tools/Bath/Body/Sports/Outdoor Recreation/Fashion/Textiles/Shoes/Local and SpecialtyFoods/Jewelry/Handbags/Accessories/ Special Event Services/Children & Toys/ Hospitality/TourismVendors must register for the North Country Department Store by October 28th. Contact the office by email firstname.lastname@example.org by telephone at (315) 786-0284 or (315) 386-2037.
Nov 6WatertownJefferson Community CollegeCoffeen StreetJefferson Community College Women’s Organization is hosting the 25th annual craft fair from 9a.m. to 4p.m. in theMcVean Student Center, Building 4. In celebration of its 25th anniversary, patrons will have a chance to win a $500gift certificate redeemable at the JCC bookstore, applicable toward JCC non-credit workshops and seminars orcollege tuition. Additionally, twelve patrons will receive $10 gift certificates for use at the craft fair. More than 100vendors will have a variety of handcrafted items for sale, including art, candles, ceramics, flora, food, jewelry, andmany different wood craft items. Admission is $2.00 per person. Proceeds benefit the Jefferson CommunityCollege Women’s Organization, which awards up to ten $500 scholarships annually.For more information, contact Melody Brenon of JCC at 315-786-2200. New Covenant Fellowship Church 22791 Country Road 42 (Outer West Street past the Carthage Hospital) Carthage NY 13619 For more info call 493-3821
TRAINING INFORMATIONMOBILIZATION AND DEPLOYMENT (YOU MUST RSVP TO 772-0470 CHILDCARE ISAVAILABLE)FRG Leader : NOV 22 0900-1300 ACSKey Caller: NOV 10 1400-1500 or 1700-1800 ACSInformal Funds: NOV 22 1400-1500 or 1700-1800 ACSCare Team Training: DEC 12 0900-1230 ACSAFTB (YOU MUST RSVP TO 772-6710/9229, CHILDCARE IS AVAILABLE)Fall Marathon: OCT 24-28 0900-1600 ACSFINANCIAL READINESSBudgeting Class (772-6894/5196) Every Thursday 1800-2030 ACSAnger Management - For more information, contact Michelle Wojcikowski at 772-2279.OCT 25 1330-1530 ACSStress Management - For more information, contact Michelle Wojcikowski at 772-2279.NOV 01 1330-1530 ACSCOMMAND SAFETY CLASSES (You must register to attend these classes by calling 772-5352)Winter Driving: OCT 18 1400-1500 M-10282Snow Thrower: OCT 18 1530-1600 M-10282
Contents of this news letter are compiled from multiple military family news sources and local area event sources. Material presented does notrepresent the views or endorsement of the 2nd BSTB, 2 nd BCT or the Army. This material is for personal use by the readers. All readers areencouraged to do further research for all applicable restrictions and guidelines.