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    Fort Riley Network Slides Sept 27, 2012 Fort Riley Network Slides Sept 27, 2012 Presentation Transcript

    • UNCLASSIFIED//FOUOFort Riley Network 27 September 1
    • Garrison Commander COL William Clark
    • Feedback• Distribute Network slides on Power Point and PDF• Can we get a cross walk in front of the Warrior Zone• Can we get lines on the black top at the Normandy Light• With flag football season at Sturgis field can someone speak to the players about their speed and where they park• I would prefer to have the meeting on the last Thursday of the month
    • 2012 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH4-Pronged Approach Leaders Leader’s Call  LPD opportunities Individuals  Domestic Violence Tri-fold  Journal to Self Couples  Self Centered Marriage Seminar Caregivers/Professionals  Suicide Prevention Training  TBI Family Care Giving Training
    • 2012 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTHMarketing Approach Public Service Announcements Purple Ribbons Newspaper Articles Silent Witness Displays Informational Tables Tri-fold handouts
    • 2012 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTHWhether you are anoffender, a victim or a bystander - you can act to make a difference...
    • AgendaDFMWR Melissa Kinney melissa.d.kinney@us.army.mil 785.239.3733IACH Ian Mann ian.a.mann@us.army.mil 785.240.7507PICERNE Michelle Geering mgeering@picernemn.com 785.717.2210DECA Peter Howell peter.howell@deca.mil 785.239.6621Exchange Joann Enecial enecialj@aafes.com 785.784.4094Chaplain COL Rauch harry.a.rauch.mil@mail.mil 785.239.2799USO April Blackmon ablackmon@uso.org 757.709.3814AnnouncementsCalendar
    • DFMWRMelissa Kinney
    • Sports and Fitness Events:Intramurals Leaders Board McConnell AFB VS Fort Riley Flag1st 299th BSB, 2BDE - 305 Football Game, Oct 13, 1pm at Sacco Field2nd 2-1 STB, 2BDE - 287 Spooktacular Fun Run, Oct 27, 10am3rd 1-16th IN, 1BDE - 270 at RCC4th HHC, 2BDE - 195 Turkey Two Miler: Nov 17, 10am at RCC5th HHC, 4BDE - 190 Battle of the Butterball Bulge Fitness marathon! 30 minute classesCurrent sports: Flag Football and Skeet N Trap held back to back. Zumba, Spinning,Upcoming sports: TRX, Rowing, Circuit Breaker, Turbo Kick and Total Body X; Dec 1, 9am-Unit Bowling Tournament 1 Nov; register NLT Oct 20th 12pm at King Field House: FREEBasketball Nov 19th; register NLT Nov 7th
    • Book your next Gathering At Riley’s Conference CenterVenue Per person Avg. TotalClarion Hotel $28.85 $5,770.17Junction City Marriott $31.90 $6,379.63Manhattan Conference Center $38.08 $7,616.70Holiday Inn at the Campus $38.73 $7,745.85Flint Hills Discovery Center $29.44 $5,888.20Rileys Conference Center $19.41 $3,882.20 *Comparision based off of 200 guest count *Lowest avg. buffet dinner cost *Room rental, dance floor, bar service *Service charges and/or tax included
    • PricesSingle Ticket $1.5010 Tickets $13.0025 ticket package $25.00Wrist Bands (4 hr) $15Wrist Band Periods Fri: 6-10 pm Sat/Sun: 1-5 pm and 6-10 pm Mon: 4-8 pmVolksmarch• Sun, 7 Oct (starts at 1000, complete by 1700)• $5.00 per person (Children 12 and under free.)• Paid participants receive memento at end of march (Pin plus choice of t-shirt, mug or glass.)• Refreshments at turn around points• 4k and 8k - Begin and end at Rally Point - Registration on day of event (registration closes at 1400)Oktoberfest Golf Tournament, Oct 5, 9am Shotgun Start at Custer Hill Golf Course
    • Military Family Appreciation BBQOct 27, 11-2pm at RCC-Free BBQ and all the fixings-15 Professional Pit Master Teams-Square Dancing Displays and Lesson-Inflatables-Activities for all agesAll FREE
    • Other MWR Save the DatesWild Wild West Paint Ball Sep 29 at ODRComedy Night, Oct 6, 7pm at Rally PointMega Bingo, Oct 20, starts at 2pm at RCCJob Fair, Oct 23, Noon – 4pm at RCCNight Flyer Shoot, Oct 26, 5-8:15pm at Skeet and TrapZombie Paradise Paintball Shoot Out, Oct 27 at ODRLibrary Trunk or Treat, Oct 27, 6-8pm at Ft Riley LibraryHalloween Bowling, Oct 30, Custer Hill Bowling CenterBOSS Trunk or Treat, Oct 3, 6-9pm at the Commissary
    • IACHIan Mann
    • Select SLIDE MASTER to Insert Briefing Title Here Breast Cancer Awareness Month•A Remembrance Tree will be placed in the lobby of thehospital for the entire month of October.•Put a ribbon on the tree to remember those who havefought the battle of breast cancer.•Free educational materials on prevention and screeningare available.
    • Select SLIDE MASTER to Insert Briefing Title Here National Depression Awareness Month• Depression is one of the most common andtreatable BH disorders.• The Army encourages all Soldiers, FamilyMembers and Civilians who suffer with depressionto get screened and seek the care they need.• DoD offers anonymous BH assessments forSoldiers, Family members and Civilians 24 hours aday, 7 days a week on-line atwww.militarymentalhealth.org.
    • Select SLIDE MASTER to Insert Briefing Title Here Resources and Links• Army Behavioral Health http://www.behavioralhealth.army.mil/• Army Resilience training http://www.resilience.army.mil• Comprehensive Soldier Fitness http://www.army.mil/csf/• Real Warriors Campaign http://realwarriors.net/• Military OneSource www.militaryonesource.com• Veterans Affairs Mental Health Resources http://www.mentalhealth.va.gov• Military Pathways http://mentalhealthscreening.org/programs/military/• Mil OneSource: 1-800-273-9647• National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 1-800-273-8244 (TALK)• VA Crises Hotline: 1-800-273-8244• The Defense Center of Excellence (DCoE) Outreach Center 1-866-966-1020• Wounded Soldier and Family Hotline: 1-800-984-8523
    • Picerne Military Housing
    • •Fall Post-wide Yard Sale •Saturday, Sept. 29; 7:30 a.m. to 12 p.m.•Resident newsletter goes digital in October•Winterizing your Home •Check heaters and remove/store water hoses and sprinklers•All Picerne Offices close at 2:30 p.m. Oct. 5•MEGA Halloween Fun House – Friday, Oct. 26 •Warner Peterson Neighborhood Center, 3 to 7 p.m. •Residents of all ages are invited to join us for a Halloween Fun House featuring games and fun throughout the Neighborhood Center.
    • DeCAPeter Howell
    • DeCA Riley Bear Knows – Commissary Saves!• DeCA Commissary Rewards Card •Pick up Cards at the store •Preloaded with over $7.00 in coupons •Register YOUR Card by October 24th for a chance to win• We are a Non-Profit Motivated BENEFIT to you! • Latest Savings Survey Showed Family of 4 saves $4,500 annually.• Case Lot Sale September 28-29th • Over 150 items and counting• Holiday Closures •Closed on Thanksgiving Day; Christmas Day; and New Year’s Day •Early Closure (5:00 PM) on Columbus Day (Oct 8th) and Veteran’s Day (Nov 12th)
    • DeCA
    • Exchange
    • Still Serving Event• Dates: -5-7 October 2012• Events -11am, 5 October 2012 -Refreshments, makeover, and demo
    • ChaplainCH Rauch
    • Irwin Army Community Hospital Family Life Ministries Center Compassionate Hearts Childhood Sexual Pregnancy and Infant Loss Abuse Recovery Support Group GroupMeets 2nd Tuesday ofevery month, 6-8 pm, Meets every WednesdayChapel Mediation Room2nd Floor, Irwin Army 1130-1300Community Hospital. starting 10 October 2012 for six monthsPregnancy and Infant This is a faith-based program for women seeking toLoss Support Group is find help and healing from pain-full memories ofdesignated for militaryfamilies in the Fort Riley sexual abuse during their childhood years.area who have suffered Seating is limited.the loss of a baby. For more information call 785-239-7871 or 7736 To reserve a seat please call the Family Life Ministries Center at 785-239-3436
    • •Dynamic Bible Lessons •Creative Learning Activities •Inspiring Missionary Stories •Meaningful Songs Who: 1st - 5th Graders When: Wednesdays 3, 10, 17 & 24 Oct Time: 3:45- 4:45 p.m. Where: Morris Hill Chapel For more information contactDon Ericson, Director of Religious Education, at 239-0979 donald.ericson@us.army.mil
    • Upcoming EventsWeekly Luncheon Bible Study- Every Wednesday, 1200-1300 @ USOPOC- CH Adriatico 239-9530 or CH Ball 240-3855Momentum Youth- Every Wednesday, 1800-1930 @ Normandy Chapel for High School and@ Kapaun Chapel for Middle SchoolPOC- Rick Hernandez 785-712-7287Spiritual Ranger Paintball- Sun. 14 Oct., 1400-1700POC Don Ericson, DRE 239-0979 or donald.ericson@us.army.milBand of Brothers Monthly Men’s Bible Study- begins Sat. 29 Sep, 0800-0915 @ KapaunChapel. POC Don Ericson, DRE 239-0979 or donald.ericson@us.army.milProtestant Women of the Chapel (PWOC)•Weekly Meeting- Tuesdays 0900 and 1815 @ Morris Hill Chapel•International Conference, Nashville, TN 1-4 Nov.For more information email riley@pwoc.orgMilitary Council of Catholic Women (MCCW)•Weekly Meeting- Wednesdays 0900 @ Morris Hill ChapelFor more information email ft.rileymccw@gmail.com
    • USOApril Blackmon
    • USO Fort Riley ®• Annual survey. Please help us better serve you! –www.TellUSO.org• Tickets to KSU games – Regularly check our Facebookpage throughout the season as season ticket holders donatetheir unused tickets to the military• FRG Open House meetings & Deployment Get-Togethers at the USO for your unit. Ask your FRSA fordetails.• Pumpkin Painting Event – 27 October. Check Facebookfor more details! 31
    • No Dough Dinners ®• All are 5-6: 30 p.m., Bldg. 7856 Drum Street, Custer Hillloop, unless otherwise noted:• Sept. 28• Oct. 12 – at Fire Station #5• ** Oct. 29 – at Bowling Alley (please note locationAND date change)• Nov. 14 & Dec. 13 – only 1 in Nov. & Dec. because ofholidaysAny location changes will be posted at www.facebook.com/usoftriley 32
    • Announcements
    • Ready ArmyMass Notification Challenge: • Personnel in their home • Outdoor siren/Giant Voice system has great coverage, but is not designed to be heard indoors.Help us by signing up for AtHoc Text Alerts • CAC card holders can sign up on their Computers • FRSA’s can also sign up Family Members • Units can sign up Soldiers without LAN accounts • Instructions at:rilesan1.riley.army.milRiley_DPTMS$DPTMS_ProPlEx Adding 8 more Giant Voice towers this yearAtHoc_InstructionsThere are 13,327 total AtHoc accounts on our network, only 3,039 of these accounts have set up SMS text alerts.
    • Historical & Archaeological Society of Fort Riley Ghost Tours 2012Bring a jacket, flashlight, & comfortable walking shoes.Listen to the ghost stories & myths of historic FortRiley and see where they happened. 28 October 4-7 p.m. Artillery Parade Field off of Pershing Ct. Like us on Facebook for more on the Ghost Tours and other events: www.facebook.com/fortrileyhistory
    • OCSC October Events 2 October – Member Mingle 6:00pm @ dellaVoce New members (since 6/1) are invited to attend this Dutch treat informal mixer where they can meet members of the Board and mingle with other new OCSC members. Wear your membership pin to be entered into a special prize drawing. For more information: wendybradley4469@hotmail.com 8 October – Lunch Bunch 11:30am @ Stevie’s Bar & Grill (Junction City) Join us for a Dutch treat lunch the 2nd Monday of every month. Well join up in the lobby of a local restaurant and be seated together. Its a wonderfulchance to meet new friend and enjoy the company of other spouses and community partners. This is open to members and guests. For more information: http://www.fortrileyocsc.com/ 18 October – Monthly Luncheon (Cupcake Wars) 11:00 am – Riley’s Conference Center Do you enjoy decorating cupcakes? How about eating them? Invite a few friends and join us for the OCSC version of Cupcake Wars! All luncheon attendees are invited to submit one dozen decorated cupcakes for judging and prizes will be awarded . Cost is $15 per person. RSVP to reservations@fortrileyocsc.com www.fortrileyocsc.com
    • All Treats Day Monday, October 29th 5:15 p.m. (Line up between 9th & 10th St. for Parade)The parade of costumed children forms at the corner ofWashington & 9th Streets at 5:15 p.m., then marchesdown to 6th St., preceded by the JCHS Marching Band.Downtown businesses then pass out candy and treats tothe children. Kids of all ages and parents are welcome tobe in the Costume Parade…Just show up! Afterwards,children can enjoy games at the JC Municipal Bldg. locatedat 700 N. Jefferson St. beginning at 6:00 p.m. Admission is Free! For more information contact the JC Area Chamber of Commerce 785.762.2632
    • Dorothy Bramlage Public Library Junction City READING WITH REPTILES FEATURING AUTHOR & HERPETOLOGIST DAVID NIEVES Frank Talk Wednesday, October 10 7:00 p.m.
    • CALENDAR
    • October 2012 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 3 4 5 6 Bowling Reopening Fall Skeet League Introductory Trap Shooting Oktoberfest Golf Tournament Konza Prairie Hike – ODR Clinic – S&T Comedy Show Community Life Softball registration ends KSU VS KU FB Training Holiday Oktoberfest; Rally Point Field7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Fall Skeet League Marriage Enrichment Classes Army/Air Force Football Game MST Bingo USO No Dough Wibbit Night at Eyster Pool Training Holiday Oktoberfest; Rally Point Field Army Family Action Plan Conference14 15 16 17 18 19 20Autocross Fall Skeet League MST Masquerade Dance Mega Bingo – RCC EFMP Pumpkin Patch USO Pumpkin Painting Spookacular at Sunset Zoo Army Family Action Plan Conference21 22 23 24 25 26 27Army 10-Miler Fall Job Fair – RCC JC MAC Breakfast Night Flyer Shoot – S& T Spooktakular Run CFC Campaign Ends Library Trunk or Treat Volunteer of the QRT Halloween Fun House - Picerne Zombie Paradise Paintball:ODR KSU VS Texas Tech FB28 29 30 31Family Bingo Bowling Grand Reopening with Bowling Halloween Party BOSS Trunk Or Treat at the USO No Dough Dinner CommissaryFort Riley Ghost Tours Trick or Treating on Fort Riley 5:30-7:30pm
    • November 2012 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Habanero Kids Ear Free All 1 2 3 Month Unit Bowling Tournament Custer’s Last Stand Golf Tournament Military Family Appreciation Month Racquetball Tourn Comedy Night KSU ft riley Day Fball Game4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Guy Fawkes Bonfire Volunteer of the Quarter CYSS Winter Sport Deadline 1940s USO Hangar Dance Operation Santa Clause KSU VS TCU Opening Ceremony Turkey Shoot S&T Daylight Savings Ends Election Day Training Holiday11 12 13 14 15 16 17Veteran’s Day Golf Tourn Manhattan Veteran’s Day USO No Dough Butterball Blast S&T Parade Turkey 2 MilerAmerican Legion Breakfast Turkey Golf Scrambler Turkey Bowling Unit Bowling Tourn WineFest; RCC Veteran’s Day Holiday KSU VS Baylor18 19 20 21 22 23 24Family Bingo BOSS Turkeyganza; WZ USO Open Thanksgiving Holiday25 26 27 28 29 30
    • December 2012 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 Chrsitkindl Market Comedy Show Rally Point Training Holiday2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Holiday Tree Lighting; bldg 500 Picerne Stories with Santa9 10 11 12 13 14 15 USO No Dough LOL Comedy Show; Rally Point Scuba with Santa; Eyster Pool16 17 18 19 20 21 22Family Bingo 1 ID Half Day Schedule 17 DEC – 2 Jan Christmas Holiday23 24 25 26 27 28 29Bowling with Santa WZ Christmas Party Christmas Holiday 22-25 Dec 31 USO Open30 New Years Eve Bowling New Years Eve Party; WZ New Years TNG New Years TNG Holiday 29 Dec-1 Jan 1 ID Half Day Schedule 17 DEC – 2 Jan Holiday
    • Closing Remarks