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  • FRSA Flash 10 August Back to School Shopping it is the time of year for sharpening pencils, navigating crowded aisles full of children and parents anxious to check off the items on their page-long back to school list. Every year it seems that those lists are getting longer and those items more expensive. So what can we do to reduce that big hole in our pocket books that back to school shopping can create?. According to an article at parenting.com, there are some things you can do to save money. 1. Let children raid the home office supplies. Kids can decorate pencils with stickers and make photo collages for plain white binders. 2. Check out the local circulars for best deals on basic supplies. 3. Stick to the list. Have your child pay for any upgrades or extras. 4. For school clothes, it isn’t necessary to buy the sweaters and longer sleeves right at the beginning of the school year. Take advantage of late-summer sales. Polos and tees can be worn well into the season. For more great back to school tips, see the original article at http://www.parenting.com/article/10-back-to-school-shopping-tips-that- save-moneyCalendars 1-2 Security 9Fort Drum Notes/Info 3 Area Events 10-12Military Events 4-7 ACS Information 13Back to School 8 BN Information and Drum Assistace 14-15 Common Terminology28 ACS=Army Community Service 772-6566 AFTB=Army Family Team Building 772-6710ERP=Employment Readiness Program 77 VCCUS=Volunteer Childcare in a Unit Setting FRMP=Financial /Readiness/Management Program 772-5196 F RG=Family Readiness GroupCLIF=Community Leader’s Information Forum VMIS-Volunteer Management Information System 1 DONSA=Day of No Scheduled Activities-Fort Drum agencies may have an adjusted operating schedule
  • 12 August-15 september S M T W TH F S12 13 14 15 16 17 18 OPSEC Security for Education Fair Key Caller Care Team Families Training Event Planning19 20 21 22 23 24 25 aCS Resilience Volunteer of the Training Month Ceremony AFTB Level II NYS Fair26 27 28 29 30 31 1 September Care team training Ride the River NYS Fair2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Division DONSA Division Take your kids to school day AFTB Level I9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Frg leader training Ntc predeployment Fort drum town hall briefing meeting Key callerInformation and DisclaimerThis document is a compilation of agency information or emails that have been sent to the FRSA over the past week. If you would like any of the flyers in their original formatplease email your request to bridget.n.velasquez@us.army.milCall ahead and verify the time, date and location of the event you plan to attend. This email is for information purposes only, and you agree to not hold the unit representativeresponsible for any misprints or inaccuracy of information. There is no implied endorsement by the 210 th Brigade Support Battalion or through any entity officially affiliated 2with the United States Government.If you have any questions, please call 772-4120
  • 10th Mountain and Fort Drum Notes There will be a Road Closure at the intersection of Tigris River Valley Road and Oneida Ave on Saturday 18 August 2012 starting at 5:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Road is being closed due to removal of old rail road bed and tracks and repairing of road. Road closure signs will detour traffic down Hale Road and down Oneida Ave to Euphrates River Valley Road. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Jeffrey Carroll @ 772-3480. There will be a Road Closure at Entrance to Le Ray Drive off of Oneida Ave from 16 August 2012 to 21 September 2012. Intersection will be closed due to lowering of the road. Detour signs will be posted on Le Ray Drive and Oneida Ave directing traffic. Unpaved Road coming out of Le Ray Drive on the right will be assessable for use during road closure. The temporary road will be maintained daily. If you have any questions please ask. If you have any questions or concerns please contact Jeffrey Carroll @ 772-3480 Parking lot repaving underway at the Vet Clinic on Fort Drum Please park in the Key Bank parking lot next door until further notice. Thank you. The Central Issue Facility (CIF) will be closed for its annual 100% Wall to Wall Inventory during the week of 10-14 September. Soldiersprojected to depart Fort Drum in and around that time frame should consider this closure when making their out-processing appointment. Soldiers not yet in receipt of orders may schedule an out-processing appointment with a memorandum signed by the Company Commander indicating they are scheduled to PCS/ETS, are pending orders, and requesting an appointment. Questions or concerns may be addressed with the Facility Manager at 772-0599 or the Contracting Officers Representative (COR) at 772-0597. 3
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  • WATERTOWN LYRIC YOUTH THEATRE PRESENTS DISNEYS CAMP ROCKFriday, August 10, 2012 - Sunday, August 12, 2012Sackets Harbor, NY - Lake Ontario Playhouse, 103 W. Main St.Friday and Saturday performances at 6 pm, Sunday performance at 1 pm. The kids have been busy at their theatre workshop all week and are ready to perform thisDisney musical just for you. Great for the whole family.Phone:315-646-2305 - BOX OFFICELinks:http://www.playhousecomedy.comBILL JOHNSTONS PIRATE DAYSFriday, August 10, 2012 - Sunday, August 19, 2012Alexandria Bay, NY - thoughout Village of Alex BayAye Maties! Turn back time to an era when pirates roamed the waters of the mighty St. Lawrence River. This 10 day event features childrens activities daily, swordfighters,magicians, tall ship invasion of the Village each Saturday, live music, boat tours, and so much more. Grab your pirate costu...Full Description AvailableEmail:info@alexbay.org ALEX BAY CHAMBERPhone:315-482-9531 - ALEX BAY CHAMBERLinks:http://www.visitalexbay.orgPIRATE DAYSFriday, August 10, 2012 - Sunday, August 19, 2012Alexandria Bay, New York - Village of Alexandria Bay Interstate 81N, exit 50N, head north on NYS Route 12 for four miles, turn left at traffic light into the village.Alexandria Bay located in the beautiful Thousand Islands region of the St. Lawrence River and home to the infamous pirate Bill Johnston. One of his more daring exploits hasbecome an annual re-enactment for Alexandria Bay. Bill Johnston’s Pirate Days is a ten-day fun filled event for all members of ...Full Description AvailableEmail:info@alexbay.org ALEXANDRIA BAY CHAMBERPhone:ALEXANDRIA BAY CHAMBER - 800-541-2110ALEXANDRIA BAY CHAMBER - 315-482-9531Links:http://www.alexbay.org 10
  • Page 2PIRATE DAYSFriday, August 10, 2012 - Sunday, August 19, 2012Alexandria Bay, New York - Village of Alexandria Bay Interstate 81N, exit 50N, head north on NYS Route 12 for four miles, turn left at traffic light intothe village.Alexandria Bay located in the beautiful Thousand Islands region of the St. Lawrence River and home to the infamous pirate Bill Johnston. One of hismore daring exploits has become an annual re-enactment for Alexandria Bay. Bill Johnston’s Pirate Days is a ten-day fun filled event for allmembers of ...Full Description AvailableEmail:info@alexbay.org ALEXANDRIA BAY CHAMBERPhone:ALEXANDRIA BAY CHAMBER - 800-541-2110ALEXANDRIA BAY CHAMBER - 315-482-9531Links:http://www.alexbay.orgBIRDS OF PREY & EXOTIC ANIMALSFriday, August 10, 2012 - Friday, August 10, 2012Wellesley Island, NY - Minna Anthony Common Nature Center, Wellesley Island State Park, I-81, Exit 511 pm. Rick West will be returning this summer with his Birds of Prey. Programs will be held outside in teh Amphitheater if possible or in the Museum building if theweather is inclement. Regular day use admission to the park is charged.Email:kimbrie.cullen@parks.ny.gov KIMBRIE CULLENPhone:315-482-2479 - KIMBRIE CULLEN 11
  • Page 347TH ANNUAL ANTIQUE SHOW & SALEFriday, August 10, 2012 - Sunday, August 12, 2012Clayton, NY - Recreation Park ArenaWine and Cheese Preview on Friday the 10th with the show being held on Saturday the 11th from 10 am - 5 pm and Sunday the 12th from 10 am to4 pm. This is a favorite event each year.Email:info@tiartscenter.org INFORMATIONPhone:315-686-4123 - INFORMATIONLinks:http://www.tiartscenter.orgPERSEIDS METEOR SHOWER WATCHSaturday, August 11, 2012 - Saturday, August 11, 2012Watertown, NY - Perch River Air Monitoring Station. Directions from Rte 81 From Exit 47 of Route 81, take Route 12 north. Go 6-1/2 miles north onRoute 12, then turn right onto Vaadi Road. The Air Monitoring Site is 2/10 of a mile on the left. Or, from from Fort Drum Take Route 342 west to theintersection with Route 12. Turn right onto Route 12. Vaadi Road is about 4.4 miles north of 342 on Route 12. Turn right on Vaadi Road – the airmonitoring site is just 2/10 of a mile on the left.9:00pm. This is a free event, with telescopes set up to view a variety of celestial phenomena, learn about some of the constellations, and see how tofind directions from the stars. We will also have a sighting of the International Space Station and the Progress supply capsule, each at 2...Full Description AvailableEmail:scitech@scitechcenter.org SCI-TECH CENTER STAFFPhone:315-788-1340 - SCI-TECH CENTER STAFFLinks:http://www.scitechcenter.org 12
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  • Assistance Resources on Fort Drum How can they help?Chaplains are here to help Families with their spiritual needs and they can help with locating other resources in the community.Chaplains are available at the battalion level and through installation Contact: 210th BSB Chaplain 772-5917 Staff Duty Chaplain 772-5647Military Family Life Consultants are civilians with no reporting obligations to commanders who are available free of charge to Soldiers andtheir Families. The Military Family Life Consultants (MFLCs) are licensed professionals who listen to your issues and direct you to agencieswho can help. Sometimes all it takes is talking out the issue in order to find a resolution. Contact: 955-4823 (2 BCT MFLC) 212-6919 Walk In/Appointments at ACS Mon - Fri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 am - 8 pmPersonal Financial Counselors (PFCs) are another resource available free to charge to military Soldiers and Families. As a response to theeconomic downturn in 2008, these licensed professionals were contracted to assist military Families with financial issues from thecreation of a budget to savings for retirement. Contact: Financial Readiness 772-0050 or the Military Family Life Consultants at any of the two numbers above 14
  • FACEBOOK PAGES210 BSB https://www.facebook.com/pages/210-Brigade-Support-Battalion/169796079719106Alpha 210 BSB https://www.facebook.com/Alpha210Bravo 210 BSB https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bravo-Bandits-210-BSB/234100366652929?ref=tsCharlie 210 BSB https://www.facebook.com/pages/210th-BSB-C-Co-2BCT-10th-Mountain-Division/159034577460896 Family Readiness Group Email Addresses and Assistance Phone Numbers For FRG Times and Locations, please email the FRG Leaders below. HHC Stephanie Utter frghhc210bsb@hotmail.com Alpha Dawn Grant alpha210bsb@gmail.com Alpha Tamia Campfield ladycamp2003@yahoo.com Bravo Gail Crabtree bravo210_bandits@yahoo.com Charlie Janine McPhie 210charliefrg@gmail.com Battalion FRSA Bridget Velasquez bridget.n.velasquez@us.army.mil 315-772-4120 210BSB Staff Duty Phone Number 772-5097 15