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  • C Company, 2d Battalion, 224th Aviation Regiment & detachments of the Maryland Army National Guard Iraq
  • C Company, 2d Battalion, 224th Aviation Regiment & detachments of the Maryland Army National Guard Iraq
  • Next IFPEX Rehearsal class to be conducted in the EOC (bldg 314) on 28 Jan between 0900 to 1400 with a hour break for lunch between 1130 to 1230. Last two hours of the session will involve a Table Top Exercise on a Hurricane Weather Event.
  • The mission of Health Promotion is to identify redundancies and voids of programs and services on an installation; to evaluate population needs and risk factors; coordinate targeted and interdisciplinary interventions and solutions across the Enterprise in order to enhance the quality of life, well being and health for all Soldiers, Family Members, Retirees and Civilians.The key to this process is the interdisciplinary Community Health Promotion Council (CHPC) which is facilitated by the Health Promotion Officer (HPO). Interdisciplinary solutions to real time installation problems reduces stovepipes and improves efficiencies.Through outcome tracking and evaluation, PHC HP program anticipates building the body of knowledge and lessons learned in order to establish a predictive analysis of installation risk factors around the ARFORGEN cycle. (Currently HPO’s are only located at FORSCOM sites)The CHPC and HPO ensures that the fidelity to the process is maintained.
  • June APG Community Action Council slides

    1. 1. Agenda<br /><ul><li>Taking care of the team
    2. 2. Upcoming events
    3. 3. Summer safety
    4. 4. Ozone action days
    5. 5. Summer conservation efforts
    6. 6. Kirk Army Health Clinic Update
    7. 7. Community Health Promotion Council
    8. 8. FMWR Update
    9. 9. Food service update
    10. 10. UFood
    11. 11. Tim Hortons</li></li></ul><li>Taking Care of the Team<br /><ul><li> Memorial service for 143rd Bn. Soldier
    12. 12. 1stAML returns</li></li></ul><li>Taking Care of the Team<br /><ul><li>Memorial Day Observance</li></li></ul><li>Army’s 236th Birthday<br />
    13. 13. Upcoming Events<br /><ul><li>June 21: Army Forces Blood Drive
    14. 14. June 21, 22 & 23: CECOM JUICE Exercise media, community representative & Army VIP days
    15. 15. Leadership changes:
    16. 16. June 21: Army Test & Evaluation Command
    17. 17. June 28: 22nd Chemical Battalion
    18. 18. June 30: 1st Area Medical Lab
    19. 19. July 10: 203rd Military Intelligence Battalion
    20. 20. June 30: Installation Retirement Ceremony</li></li></ul><li>Independence Day Celebrations<br />Local<br /><ul><li>June 27 – Darlington: 5:30 p.m.; parade, 9 p.m. fireworks
    21. 21. July 3 – Havre de Grace: 2 p.m. parade; 6 p.m. Tydings Park Carnival, 9:15 p.m. fireworks
    22. 22. July 4 – Bel Air: 6 p.m. Parade; 9:30 p.m. fireworks </li></ul>Regional<br /><ul><li>June 30 – July 4, July 7-11 – Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Folklife Festival, National Mall
    23. 23. July 3 – Lancaster, Pa.: 7:30 p.m. 275th Army Band & Cannon Battery concert, Long's Park Amphitheatre
    24. 24. July 3 – Bethany Beach, Del.: 7:30 p.m. U.S. Army Band Downrange, Bethany Beach Bandstand
    25. 25. July 4 – Washington, D.C.: 11:45 a.m. parade; 8 p.m. Capital 4th with National Symphony, U.S. Army Ceremonial Band; 9:30 p.m. fireworks
    26. 26. July 4 – Rehoboth, Del.: 8 p.m. Country Current (U.S. Navy Bluegrass Band), Rehoboth Beach Boardwalk Bandstand</li></li></ul><li>Summer Safety<br /><ul><li> Lightning
    27. 27. Lightning does strike twice
    28. 28. The 30/30 Rule
    29. 29. Safe in a vehicle
    30. 30. Crouch
    31. 31. Sleepiness and Fatigue
    32. 32. 17 hours awake = 0.05% Blood Alcohol Concentration impairment; 24 hours = 0.10 % BAC impairment
    33. 33. 4 hours sleep & 1 beer has the same impact as a 6 pack on adults</li></ul>7<br />
    34. 34. Summer Safety<br /><ul><li> Water sports
    35. 35. A variety of factors contributes to water-sports mishaps
    36. 36. Biggest is lack of Personal Flotation Devices
    37. 37. Pools, lakes & ocean swimming factors:
    38. 38. No swimming in APG waters
    39. 39. Lack of parental supervision for small children
    40. 40. No lifeguards
    41. 41. Riptides</li></ul>8<br />
    42. 42. Ozone Action Days<br /><ul><li> Season: May 1 – Sept. 30
    43. 43. Ozone formation rate increases at 80oF and above
    44. 44. Daily forecast published at http://airnow.gov/
    45. 45. Codes Orange and Red are unhealthy
    46. 46. APG community encouraged to defer lawn mowing, limit driving, & reduce outdoor activity from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    47. 47. Garrison government fuel station closed, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    48. 48. Flags displayed at main gates
    49. 49. Harmful for people with:
    50. 50. Respiratory problems
    51. 51. Lung diseases
    52. 52. Reduced lung function</li></li></ul><li>Power Advisory<br /><ul><li>Purpose: To cut back on power useduring hot & humid days
    53. 53. Turn off unused computers & monitors
    54. 54. Unplug unused appliances
    55. 55. Turn off AC units or raise the temperature
    56. 56. Turn off lights in unoccupied rooms
    57. 57. Put office equipment into sleep mode
    58. 58. Shut windows & doors to preserve conditioned space</li></li></ul><li>Water Conservation<br /><ul><li>Purpose: To conserve water in times of hot weather, less rain, or if a water main breaks
    59. 59. Water conservation measures will be in effect for Aberdeen Proving Ground personnel and organizations
    60. 60. Specifically prohibited:
    61. 61. Washing down sidewalks, walkways, driveways, parking lots, tennis courts, or other hard-surfaced areas.
    62. 62. Washing down buildings or structures for purposes other than immediate fire protection.
    63. 63. Washing any car, motorbike, boat, trailer, airplane or other vehicle.
    64. 64. Flushing gutters or allowing water to run or accumulate in gutters or streets
    65. 65. Reduce use of water for landscaping, irrigation, dust suppression & hydrant flushing.</li></li></ul><li>KAHC Update<br /><ul><li>New Commander: Lt. Col. Ellen S. Daly
    66. 66. New Primary Care Clinic
    67. 67. Kirk after-hours number: (443) 807-0725</li></li></ul><li>Health Promotion Mission and Capabilities<br /><ul><li> Identify redundancies & voids of programs & services
    68. 68. Evaluating population needs
    69. 69. Assessing existing programs
    70. 70. Coordinating targeted interventions
    71. 71. To enhance the quality of life for all soldiers, family members, retirees, & civilians
    72. 72. Capabilities
    73. 73. Management of Community Health Promotion Councils
    74. 74. Identify and assess community health and wellness needs for Command
    75. 75. Assess the strength and weakness of those programs
    76. 76. Identify and assess other existing resources
    77. 77. Develop health promotion programs and marketing plans
    78. 78. Evaluate programs using outcome based metrics
    79. 79. Community Based Wellness Centers</li></li></ul><li>Integrated Community Health Promotion<br />USACHPPM<br />Health Promotion Officer<br />(Process Management)<br />Client Focused-<br />Subject Matter Expertise<br /><ul><li>Community Health Promotion Council</li></ul>- Chaired by Senior Commander<br />- Army Campaign Plan for HP/RR/SP<br />- Data Review and Analysis<br />- Suicide Prevention Task Force<br />- Installation Prevention Team<br />- Sexual Assault Review Board<br />- Physical Fitness Working Group<br />- Behavioral Health Campaign Plan<br />- Spiritual Fitness Working Group<br />- Integration of Programs & Resources<br /><ul><li> Strategic Planning
    80. 80. Policy Review and Guidance
    81. 81. Community Resource Guides
    82. 82. Wellness Center Programs
    83. 83. Exercise Testing
    84. 84. Stress Reduction
    85. 85. Tobacco Cessation
    86. 86. Physical Readiness
    87. 87. Community Events
    88. 88. Weight Management
    89. 89. Hypertension Screenings
    90. 90. In-processing Training Center
    91. 91. Medical Referral Network/Primary Care
    92. 92. NCO Academy Weight Management Initiative</li></ul>Micro<br />Macro<br />Optimal Well-Being<br />Think Populations…See Individuals<br />
    93. 93. Marinas<br /><ul><li>Spesutie Island Pier Project
    94. 94. 40 Slips
    95. 95. 2-Week Project (weekdays only)
    96. 96. Completion June 2011
    97. 97. Temporary Piers available during construction for daily use
    98. 98. Daily Use Parking
    99. 99. Marinas staffed May 28 - Sept. 5, 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. Fri.- Sun.
    100. 100. To reserve a slip contact Outdoor Recreation
    101. 101. 410-278-4124 or apgmwr.com</li></li></ul><li>Events & Activities<br /><ul><li> Summer Bazaar
    102. 102. June 22 & 23, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
    103. 103. Recreation Center APG North
    104. 104. Crafts, entertainment & giveaways
    105. 105. Teen Splash Bash: Ages 12 – 18
    106. 106. June 24, 4 - 8:30 p.m.
    107. 107. Shore Park
    108. 108. ACS 46th Birthday Celebration
    109. 109. July 21, 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.
    110. 110. Shore Park
    111. 111. Army Summer Concert Tour
    112. 112. August 20, Gates Open 6 p.m.
    113. 113. LynyrdSkynyrd & Doobie Brothers
    114. 114. Tickets now on sale</li></li></ul><li>Sports <br /><ul><li> Kayaking Classes
    115. 115. Shore Park/Swan Creek Boat Dock
    116. 116. $35 per session; call 410-278-4124
    117. 117. Skeet and Trap Range
    118. 118. Tues. – Thurs., 3 - 8 p.m.
    119. 119. Sat., noon – 6 p.m.
    120. 120. $3 per round/25 targets
    121. 121. APG Paintball Tournament
    122. 122. 30 July, 11:15 a.m.
    123. 123. Shore Park
    124. 124. $20 registration fee</li></li></ul><li>Registration for Youth Programs <br /><ul><li> Junior Golf Program
    125. 125. Tennis Program
    126. 126. Program meets Wednesday mornings
    127. 127. $40
    128. 128. Practices begin June 22
    129. 129. Coed Soccer
    130. 130. Registration ends June 17
    131. 131. Season June 23 – July 28
    132. 132. Ages 13 - 16
    133. 133. Fall Soccer
    134. 134. Registration ends June 29
    135. 135. Practices begin week of Aug. 1
    136. 136. Games held Saturdays in Fall
    137. 137. Call 410-278-7571 or visit apgmwr.com</li></li></ul><li>Golf Program <br /><ul><li> Golf Events – Ruggles Course
    138. 138. June 19: Father’s Day scramble
    139. 139. July 14: Adult/child outing
    140. 140. July 16: Summer scramble
    141. 141. July 23 & 24: Senior Club Championship Tourney
    142. 142. Aug. 13: PGA Day
    143. 143. Long drive & putting contests
    144. 144. Demos & golf clinics
    145. 145. Sept. 24 & 25: Club Championship
    146. 146. Call 410-278-4794 or visit apgmwr.com
    147. 147. Golf Events – Exton Course
    148. 148. July 9: Under the Stars outing
    149. 149. July 21: Adult/child 9-hole outing
    150. 150. Sept. 17: Greens Keeper Revenge scramble
    151. 151. Call 410-436-2213 or visit apgmwr.com</li></li></ul><li>APG Community Action Council<br />Presented by<br />Tom Mackey, UFood Grill SVP Operations<br />16 June 2011<br />
    152. 152. Agenda<br />The UFood Grill Concept<br />Our Menu<br />Aberdeen Build Out Schedule<br />Artist’s Rendering<br />Our Guarantee<br />
    153. 153. What is UFoodGrill?<br /><ul><li>Where Delicious Meets Nutritious
    154. 154. “Better-for-you” food – lower calories, less fat.
    155. 155. All Natural and Organic “Better-for-You” menu. Antibiotic, hormone-free whenever possible
    156. 156. Grilled, Baked, Steamed nothing Fried…EVER!
    157. 157. Low fat, low calorie ingredients
    158. 158. Published nutritionals by Healthy Dining*</li></li></ul><li>Our Menu<br />Smuuthies<br />Bistro Salad<br />Cheeseburger<br />Fire-Grilled <br />Sirloin Tips<br />Breakfast Panini<br />UBerrySoft <br />Serve Yogurt<br />
    159. 159. Aberdeen UFood Grill Construction/Opening Schedule<br />Aberdeen I – Building 6010<br />Construction start July 15<br />Opening September 5<br />Aberdeen II – ATEC Building<br />Construction start August 1<br />Opening September 26<br />Aberdeen III – PX<br />Construction start September 1<br />Opening October 10<br />
    160. 160. Aberdeen Proving Ground – Rendering<br />
    161. 161.
    162. 162. “Where Delicious Meets Nutritious”<br />

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