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  • 1. Community Action Council 05 December 2012, Last Frontier Community Activity Center
  • 2. SUN MON TUES WED THU FRI SAT 1 SCHOOL BD CAC BCMC22 3 4 5 6 RETIREE COUNCIL 7 8 LEVY Brief Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony FWA Company Commander/First Sergeant Course (03-06 Dec) Staff Meeting WLC9 10 Directors 11 12 E NEWCOMERS 13 14 GRADUATION 15 Qtrly Garrison SOS Award Ceremony PARENTS DAY OUT Support Garrison Retirement Group Ceremony SOCIAL MEDIA WORKING GROUP (10-14 Dec) Staff Meeting SCHOOL BD16 17 Directors 18 19 20 21 WINTER 22 SOLSTICE HALF DAYS23 / 24 TRNG HOLIDAY 25 FEDERAL 26 27 28 29 30 /31 HOLIDAY TRNG HOLIDAY FNSBSD WINTER BREAK (24 DEC 12 – 4 JAN 13) HALF DAYS
  • 3. SUN MON TUES WED THU FRI SAT 1 2 3 BCMC2 4 5 RETIREE COUNCIL FEDERAL LEVY Brief HOLIDAY FNSBSD WINTER BREAK (24 DEC 12 – 4 JAN 13) Staff Meeting SCHOOL BD6 7 Directors 8 9 NEWCOMERS 10 11 12 CAC SOS Support PARENTS DAY OUT Group Staff Meeting WELCOME TO13 14 Directors 15 16 WINTER 17 18 19 (T) TAX MLK OBSERVANCE TRNG CENTER OPENS HOLIDAY CHPC WORKING GROUP AND MEGA MEETINGS SCHOOL BD WLC20 21 22 23 24 25 GRADUATION 26 FEDERAL HOLIDAY Staff Meeting27 28 All 29 30 31 CHPC BOARD OF DIRECTORS FULL SCALE EXERCISE (28 Jan – 01 Feb)
  • 4. Look for: Fort Wainwright Garrison Operations/DPTMSLike our page at:www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Fort-Wainwright-Garrison-OperationsDPTMS/296505283794560
  • 5. Christmas Menu for 2012, 25 DecemberMeal Cost: Family member of E-1 to E-4 $6.40 Officers, Enlisted, Retirees, DOD Civilians and Family Members $7.50Hours are: Breakfast 0830-1000 Lunch 1200-1400 Dinner 1600-1730
  • 6. Shrimp Cocktail with Sauce Roasted Garlic & Red Sweet Pepper Soup Assorted Crackers & Cream Cheese Spreads Marmalade-Glazed Turkey Mustard-Rosemary Ham Carved Roast Beef with Au Jus Sauce Mashed Potatoes, Candied Yams, Savory Bread Dressing Cornbread Muffins, with Butter PatsBroccoli Spears, Baked Green Bean Casserole, Holiday Calico Corn Assorted Gourmet Salads, Salad Bar and Assorted Fresh Fruits Cranberry-Orange Relish, Cranberry Sauce Layered Cherry-Lime Gelatin Salad Desert Bar with Pecan Pie, Apple Cobbler, Mint-Chocolate & Vanilla Pudding Parfait, Whipped Topping Assorted Decorated Holiday Cookies Mixed Nuts Hard Candy, Candy Cane & Ribbon Candy Pieces Assorted Beverages
  • 7. Date Breakfast Lunch Dinner17-21 December 0730-0900 1130-1300 1600-173022-24 December 0830-1000 1200-1330 1600-173025 December 0830-1000 1200-1400 1600-173026-28 December 0730-0900 1130-1300 1600-173029 Dec – 01 Jan 0830-1000 1200-1330 1600-1730 DFAC will return to regular operational hours 02 January 2013
  • 8. December SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT16 17 18 19 20 21 22 CLOSED23 24 25 26 27 28 29 CLOSED30 31 1 2 3 4 5 CLOSEDLaw Center will reopen for normal duty/business hours on 2 January 2013
  • 9. December SUN MON TUE WED THU FRI SAT16 17 18 19 20 21 22 ART. 15s CHAPTERS HOLIDAY SCHEDULE – 0800-120023 24 25 26 27 28 29 ART. 15s CHAPTERS CLOSED HOLIDAY SCHEDULE – 0800-120030 31 1 2 3 4 5 CLOSED Art. 15 Counseling: Arrive NLT 0830 on 17 and 26 DEC Chapter Counseling: Arrive NLT 0830 on 19 and 28 DEC
  • 10. ACS Tree Trimming: Dec 7, Bldg 3401 at 1300Newcomers Orientation & Information Fair:Dec 12, LFCAC, Bldg 1044 from 0900-1530AFTB Birthday Celebration: Dec 14, FoodCourt PX from 1100-1300
  • 11. FCC is a Viable option of care outside of Center based programs Shorter wait time Lower ratio group 10% discount Homelike environment Hourly Care usage up to 5hrs/daynot to exceed 25 hrs.week Extended care/overnight option for missionrelated duty
  • 12. Fort WainwrightSchool Age Center“Winter Space Camp”24 December 12– 4 January 13
  • 13. Offering Full-Day, Part-Day, and Hourly CarePrograms for children in grades K through 6.No Waiting ListTransportation from Ladd and Arctic LightNationally Accredited Program by the National AfterSchool AssociationClosed for the Holidays: 25 December and 1 JanuaryTraining Holidays: 24 & 31 DecemberFinishing up Can Food Drive This Week
  • 14. After School Program: Until 6:00 PM Servicing Ladd, Arctic Light Elementary, and other schools within the community USDA Approved (At–Risk) Snack Homework Center w/ Certified School Teacher Computer Technology Lab Boys and Girls Club & 4H Curriculums Youth Sponsorship Program
  • 15. Engaging activities for all developmentalstages: Creative/Performing Arts Arts & Crafts Physical Fitness & Sports Techno Lab Outdoor Activities Mentoring and Community Service
  • 16. Gospel Basset (3rd Floor) Sunday School 0930 Worship 1300Protestant Northern Lights Chapel Sunday School 1000 Worship 1100Catholic Southern Lights Chapel CCD 0930 Worship 1100
  • 17. • Strong Bonds Training POC’s – 1/25 Stryker BDE CH (MAJ) Wainwright 353-6100 – 2nd ENG BDE CH (MAJ) Williams 384-0628 – Aviation BN’s CH (CPT) Howell 353-2514• PWOC Thursdays 0930 Northern Lights Chapel• Wednesday Night Spaghetti Dinner 1730 Northern Lights Chapel• Christmas Eve Services – Protestant 1800 – Catholic
  • 18. • Christmas Eve Services – Protestant Northern Lights Chapel • Candelight Service 1800 – Catholic Southern Lights Chapel • 1700 Family/Children’s Mass • 2300 Christmas Concert • MidNight Mass• Christmas Day Mass 1100 Southern Lights Chapel
  • 19. Northern Lights Chapel Thursdays at 1200First Course NOV 1st –DEC 20th (Registration is required)Open post wide. Space is limited. Sign up early!Contact Northern Lights Chapel or your Chaplain for more information. Northern Lights Chapel: 353-2088 CH (CPT) Jeff Ellis: 353-2772 CH (CPT) Scott Dennis: 353-1506
  • 20. Buddhism 101 Answering the A presentation of the Fort Wainwright Garrison Chaplain’s Office Who, What, and How of Buddhism Lunch Time Study Buddhism Details• Lunch Time Study DVD Presentation runs 1140-1210of Buddhism Discussion runs 1210-1245• Facilitator: CH (MAJ) Broedel, Family Life Chaplain• A.K.A. Professor Dwight Lunch either bring your own or enjoy• Info & Details please call 353-6112 or 353-9825 the catering provided by the Fort Wainwright Garrison Chaplain’s OfficeRemember: “Friday’s Lunch is @ the LFCC” Last Frontier Community Center 1130 – 1300 Info & Details please call 353-6112 or 353-9825 …
  • 21. Never consume alcohol or drugs before or during snowmachine operation.Slow down.Be prepared. Carry a first-aid kit, flashlight, knife, compass,map, food, water and waterproof matches. Satellite Phone!?Avoid traveling across bodies of water when uncertain of icethickness or water currents.Dress appropriately.Never travel alone.Create a trip plan and stick to it. Give it to someone you trust.“Have a safe and happy holiday season!”
  • 22. Fairbanks Ice Dogs are playing against the Kenai River Brown Bears on: 14 Dec - 7:30 p.m. 15 Dec – 7:30 p.m. Come by the ASYMCA Office for your military discounted tickets! Tickets are $9.00/Adult and $4.50/Child ages 5-11. Children ages 4 and under are FREE!For questions, call or stop by any time Mon-Fri from 8am-5pm at 353-5962 or Bldg. 1047 Nysteen Road, Suite 4.
  • 23. Did you know that you could earn as much as$750 for your booster club/organization/FRG byhelping out the ASYMCA? All you have to do isAdopt-the-Lounge by providing volunteers tostaff the ASYMCAs Military Courtesy Lounge atthe Fairbanks International Airport for onemonth. Help spread some smiles or even someholiday cheer by ensuring that the Lounge is open-- providing military travelers and their families asafe, comfortable place to wait for their flightsduring the month your group signs up for! We arelooking for groups to sign up during the 2013calendar year!
  • 24. We had two Units donate a combined total of 992LBS of food to our ASYMCA Food Pantry!HHC BSB who donated 323 LBS.472d MP Company donated 669 LBS. If your unit would like to donate, call or stop by anytime Mon-Fri from 8am-5pm at 353-5962 or Bldg.1047 Nysteen Road, Suite 4.
  • 25. • Santa will be at the Main Exchange from Noon – 3pm on December 8th & 22nd• Breakfast with Santa and Children’s shopping 8-9am December 15th• Santa’s Candyland children’s event Noon – 3pm on December 22nd• Main Exchange open 8am – 6pm Christmas Eve day• All Exchange facilities closed Christmas Day• 10cents off every gallon of gas Dec 28th through January 4th when you use your MilStar for payment• Holiday We’ll Match It policy• Holiday Return/Exchange policy
  • 26. Christmas Eve 0800-1700Christmas Day CLOSEDThe Happiest of Holidays To You and Yours
  • 27. Don’t forget to pick up a college education on your next trip to the commissary!The Scholarships for Military Children Program can help with a $1,500 scholarship! For information, contact your local commissary, school guidance counselor, or visit the program website at www.militaryscholar.org or www.commissaries.com. Applications available Dec. 3, 2012 Application deadline: Feb. 22, 2013 Store Director: Loriann McDonald 353-7310
  • 28. Northern Lights North Haven Community CenterConstruction continues to progress ahead of Construction on 10,000 sqft Community Centerschedule with the completion of foundations & is progressing on schedule. Interior, exterior andframing. Interior work on enclosed homes to infrastructure are complete with tentative move-continue through winter. New JNCO homes in early December, 2012.scheduled for completion by September 2013.Fort Greely – OutparcelConstruction of 16 new SNCO homes underwaywith framing, roofing and utility constructioncomplete. Interior plumbing, electrical andsheetrock in progress. Completion is scheduledfor August 2013.
  • 29. 5th – Garrison Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony: 5:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. – Physical Fitness Center8th – Home for the Holidays: 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. – Southern Lights Chapel18th – Alaska Arctic Warrior Band Holiday Concert: 7:00 p.m. – Hering Auditorium at Lathrop High School20th – 4th Annual Holiday Home Decorating Contest: Judging will take place from 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.24th – Offices Close at Noon25th – Offices Closed: Christmas Day
  • 30. •North Haven uses Insite, an onlinesurvey system to provide a quick,easy method for gathering feedback•To visit the website and providefeedback, go towww.nhcalaska.com/insite•Please provide contact informationif you would like to be contacted byNorth Haven management.
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  • 32. 1st and 2nd Dec – North Pole Winter Festival1 Dec thru 6 Jan – Christmas in Ice at theNorth Pole Ice Park18th and 19th Dec - Army Band Holiday Concert– Herring Auditorium21 Dec – Winter Solstice celebration,downtown Fairbanks
  • 33. COME JOIN US!!!! GREAT FOOD!! GREAT COMPANY!!! PRIZES!!! SHOPPING!! FAMILY TRADITION!!!!http://wainwrightcsc.org/
  • 34. 13 December: HOLIDAY PARTY & SOCIAL • Gift & Cookie Exchange – Holiday Handcraft Shopping – 6-8pm LFCAC Ballroom – RSVP by December 9 – Cost $20 each and dinner will be catered by SKY’S THE LIMIT 17 January: BUNCO with EIELSON SPOUSES’CLUB • 6-8pm LFCAC Ballroom http://wainwrightcsc.org