March APG community Action Council

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  • C Company, 2d Battalion, 224th Aviation Regiment & detachments of the Maryland Army National Guard Iraq
  • John Paul, APG Garrison wildlife biologist, led a team to study the installation’s bald eagle population. The team took a helicopter flight March 13 to check the eagles’ nests to determine whether they are active.
  • March APG community Action Council

    1. 1. Agenda<br /><ul><li> Taking care of the team
    2. 2. Highlights
    3. 3. Change of seasons
    4. 4. Communications update
    5. 5. Resilience
    6. 6. Upcoming
    7. 7. Transportation update
    8. 8. Eagle over-flight and Arbor Day
    9. 9. Armed Forces Day events
    10. 10. Pooles Island Lighthouse</li></li></ul><li>Taking Care of the Team<br /><ul><li>Soldiers from 224th Aviation Regiment & Maryland Army National Guard deploy to Iraq
    11. 11. ATC/ATEC awards for 2009 range accident</li></li></ul><li>Taking Care of the Team<br /><ul><li> ATC employees earn awards for valor for response to 2009 accidental explosion</li></li></ul><li>Taking Care of the Team<br /><ul><li>HHC Change of Command</li></li></ul><li>Taking Care of the Team<br /><ul><li> AER Campaign
    12. 12. Blood drive</li></li></ul><li>Progress of community renovations<br /><ul><li>Top of the Bay & Theater renovations continue</li></li></ul><li>Special Emphasis Programs<br /><ul><li> Several successful events
    13. 13. 24 March: Lilly Ledbetter speaking </li></li></ul><li>Army Birthday<br /><ul><li> 14 June: FMWR/AUSA Luncheon at APG South Recreation Center
    14. 14. Lunch
    15. 15. Guest speaker
    16. 16. Cake cutting
    17. 17. Installation run
    18. 18. Official observance date to be announced</li></li></ul><li>Educational Partnership<br /><ul><li> Futures 11
    19. 19. Pooles Island Lighthouse
    20. 20. Youth Commission Town Hall Meetings
    21. 21. March 22 at Jarrettsville Library
    22. 22. March 29, Harford Community College
    23. 23. April 7 Magnolia Fire Hall, Joppa</li></li></ul><li>Start of Spring<br /><ul><li> Heating Turn-Off
    24. 24. 3 consecutive days of 65⁰ F & temps forecasted to stabilize (last year was 31 March)
    25. 25. Ideally 30-45 days between heat turn-off and cooling start-up
    26. 26. Cooling start-up when three consecutive days at 81⁰ F or higher after 3 p.m.
    27. 27. Exemptions list
    28. 28. Grass mowing starts on or about 1 April</li></li></ul><li>Environmental Stewardship<br /><ul><li> Eagle over-flight</li></li></ul><li>Earth Day & Arbor Day<br />Light of the Bay<br /><ul><li>29 April
    29. 29. APG Museum
    30. 30. Poster and essay contest
    31. 31. Time capsule
    32. 32. Team up with Harford Technical High School to have a lighthouse replica built as a receptacle for the time capsule
    33. 33. Solicit GSOs for ideas/items for time capsule – focus on APG Transformation
    34. 34. Interactive and static displays by Garrison, schools & post organizations</li></li></ul><li>Communications Updates<br /><ul><li> New blog: http://apg.armylive.dodlive.mil/
    35. 35. Increased use of social media
    36. 36. Quick Response codes for smart phones</li></li></ul><li>Religious Support Organization<br /><ul><li> Army Resilience Program
    37. 37. Comprehensive Soldier Fitness
    38. 38. Global Assessment Tool: http://csf.army.mil/
    39. 39. Master Resilience Trainer Program
    40. 40. Engage Your Strengths Leadership Training</li></li></ul><li>Religious Support Organization<br /><ul><li> Easter Sunrise Service
    41. 41. April 24, 6:00 - 7:00 AM
    42. 42. Behind Top of the Bay
    43. 43. Ecumenical
    44. 44. Dress warmly
    45. 45. Dramatic/Musical interpretation of the Resurrection
    46. 46. Breakfast following at Aberdeen Area Chapel</li></li></ul><li>Spring/Summer Programs<br /><ul><li>Summer Day Camp for Youth (AA & EA Youth Centers)
    47. 47. Sports Leagues for Adults and Youth
    48. 48. Marinas and Boat Ramps
    49. 49. Boat Slips, Mooring, Indoor & Outdoor Storage
    50. 50. Chesapeake Challenge
    51. 51. Go-karts, batting cages, mini golf
    52. 52. Batting Cages Open 16 April (11 a.m. -1 p.m.; 4-6 p.m.)
    53. 53. Remainder of Park Opens 21 May
    54. 54. Shore and Bayside Pools
    55. 55. Open 28 May (weekends)
    56. 56. Open 7 days per week 18 Jun – 28 Aug
    57. 57. Open Labor Day Weekend 3 – 5 Sep
    58. 58. Olympic Pool: Lessons, Summer Camp, & Rentals
    59. 59. Picnic Area Rentals: April – September
    60. 60. Shore Park, Woodpecker Point, CAPA Field, Skippers Point
    61. 61. Golf Program
    62. 62. Annual Memberships; Daily Play; Lessons; Events</li></li></ul><li>Community Events <br /><ul><li>17 March: St. Patty’s Day Fun Run
    63. 63. Athletic Center, 3 p.m.
    64. 64. 19 March, HIRED Program Orientation,
    65. 65. 9-10:30 a.m., Bldg 2503
    66. 66. 23 & 24 March: Spring Bazaar
    67. 67. APG North Recreation Center, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.
    68. 68. Spring Celebrations
    69. 69. Egg Hunts, Crafts, Entertainment, Refreshments
    70. 70. 5 April: 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. EA Recreation Center
    71. 71. 12 April: 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. AA Recreation Center
    72. 72. 6 April, Hearts Apart Spring Fling, 6 p.m., Bldg 2503
    73. 73. 20 April, Newcomer Orientation, 1 – 3 p.m. AA RecCtr
    74. 74. Intramural Registration - APG Athletic Center
    75. 75. Building 3300, 410-278-7934
    76. 76. Volleyball; Softball; Dodge and Kick Ball
    77. 77. 5 May, 5:30 p.m., APG Volunteer Recognition Ceremony, AA Recreation Center
    78. 78. 20 August, Army Concert Series, Shine Sports Field
    79. 79. LynyrdSkynyrd & Doobie Brothers</li></li></ul><li>New Child Development Center<br /><ul><li>144 Capacity CDC
    80. 80. Located in proximity to AA Youth Center
    81. 81. Centrally funded by FMWRC - $5M
    82. 82. Benefit to Community
    83. 83. Reduces time on waiting lists
    84. 84. Increases center based care capacity to 750 children
    85. 85. 420 CDCs; 330 Before and After School Programs
    86. 86. Family Child Care (FCC) and Homes Off Post (HOPS)
    87. 87. 6 FCC homes (36 spaces); 13 HOPS (78 spaces)
    88. 88. LOCATE Resource and Referral Program
    89. 89. Fee equity comparable to military child care centers
    90. 90. Call 1-800-999-0120
    91. 91. Available to both Military and Civilian patron
    92. 92. Construction Schedule
    93. 93. Fencing and Entrance to Site Installed
    94. 94. Contractor Trailer Placed week of 7 March
    95. 95. Notice to Proceed issued 10 March
    96. 96. Project Completion, December 2011</li></li></ul><li>BRAC Occupancy Schedule<br /><ul><li> C4ISR Ph 1 Occupancy Aug - Dec 2010
    97. 97. 5,000 seats
    98. 98. C4ISR Ph 2 Occupancy Mar - May 2011
    99. 99. 2,500 seats
    100. 100. Integration Facility - Jul 11
    101. 101. ARL - VTD Occupancy May 2011
    102. 102. 70 seats
    103. 103. JPEO-CBD Occupancy Aug 2011
    104. 104. 350 seats
    105. 105. ATEC Occupancy Aug 2011
    106. 106. 600 seats</li></li></ul><li>Revised Train Schedule <br />(effective 14 Mar 11)<br />AM Northbound Schedule (Mon-Fri)<br />Additional Trains, Mon-Fri<br />Northbound Aberdeen Arrivals:<br />7:42am, 1:59pm, 4:09pm, 5:59pm, 6:40pm, 7:57pm, 8:18pm, 10:40pm<br />Southbound Aberdeen Departures:<br />4:48am, 5:48am, 6:38am, 6:57am, 8:18am, 8:35am, 2:37pm<br />PM Southbound Schedule (Mon-Fri)<br />For a complete Penn Line schedule, visit the MTA website at: http://mta.maryland.gov/services/marc/schedulesSystemMaps/penn.cfm<br />
    107. 107. Shuttle Bus Request Form <br />
    108. 108. Mass Transportation Subsidy <br />Highlights:<br /><ul><li> Up to $230/Month
    109. 109. Available to DOD Civilians and Military Service </li></ul> Members<br /><ul><li> Mass Transportation: Buses, Trains, </li></ul> Vanpooling<br /><ul><li> Does NOT include Carpools</li></ul>For more information including the subsidy application, visit,<br />http://asafm.army.mil/offices/asa/masstrans.aspx?OfficeCode=1000<br />
    110. 110. Armed Forces Activities<br />Power for Peace<br /><ul><li>Events 16-21 May
    111. 111. 16 May: Golf tournament (410-278-4794)
    112. 112. 17 May: Veterans Lunch
    113. 113. 18 May: Armed Forces Day observed:
    114. 114. Gold Star family event
    115. 115. Community Covenant
    116. 116. Demonstrations , aircraft flyovers, EOD demonstrations, reenactments
    117. 117. Historic military & technology displays, environmental displays, outreach booth
    118. 118. Children’s activities
    119. 119. Live entertainment
    120. 120. 19 May: Harford County Council Military Appreciation Day
    121. 121. 21 May: Armed Forces Day 10K Run
    122. 122. 21 May: Pooles Island Lighthouse Re-Lighting
    123. 123. POC CPT McCormick: malikah.s.mccormick@us.army.mil</li></li></ul><li>Pooles Island Lighthouse<br /><ul><li> Oldest standing lighthouse in Maryland; built in 1825
    124. 124. Located on 206-acre Pooles Island in the Bay
    125. 125. Completed major restoration in 1996
    126. 126. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997
    127. 127. Relighting planned in May 2011 After 72 years of darkness
    128. 128. Beginning of APG Centennial planning effort
    129. 129. Lighting the path to the future</li></li></ul><li>

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