6/4: Furlough Impact Town Hall 1630-1800 Commons6/5: CLIF 1000-1100 Commons6/7: Fort Drum Education Graduation 1900-2100 Commons6/11: CCS Community Meeting 1800-2000 Carthage Middle School Library6/13: Volunteer of the Month 1100-1130 Commons6/13-6/15: St James Fair Carthage6/14: Army Birthday/Flag Day6/19: Mountain Salute6/20 Fort Drum Riverfest Alex Bay6/21: DONSA6/24: Family Day 1000-1600 Remington Park6/25: Annual Mountain Remembrance Ceremony 1000-1100 Memorial Park6/26: Mountain Fest Activities on Division Hill6/26: Salute to the Nation 1700-1800 Division Hill6/29-7/14: DIV Block Leave7/4: Independence Day7/5: DONSA7/8: First Furlough Friday7/24: Civilian of the Quarter Lunch 1130-1300 Commons7/25: Mountain Remembrance Ceremony 1630 Memorial ParkPlease don’t forget to log your volunteerhours on VMISHHBN FRSA FLASH31 May 2013
You can now take your Food Handler’s Course online at the following loca-tion:http://www.drum.amedd.army.mil/clinics/envhealth.htm
Fort Drum FamilyAs many of us are aware there are Soldiers in ourFormation whose families are in medical need ofa donor; of either blood or bone marrow. Pleasehelp us take a stand against these curable dis-eases. Let us take care of our Battles both in theformation and those that stay home to watch ourbacks.Only 30% of the people who need a bone marrowtransplant will find a donor in time. It can take upto 8 to 10 weeks to process a new register. Letsget these donations in. HHBN is working with theC.W. Bill Young Bone Marrow Donor Center tomake the process as easy as that two mile run.On the 30th and 31st of May 2013 from 0900-1600 we are asking you to stop in to the USOhere on Fort Drum, 10502 S Riva Ridge LoopFort Drum, NY 13602 (315)777-8006, to spendten minutes filling out a form, and getting fourcheek swabs. That is all it takes to become apotential bone marrow donor.
Updates regarding passing pedestrians and driving on Fort Drum1. PT Hour remains 0700-08302. Motorist must slow to 10 MPH when passing Soldiers/pedestrians during the PTHour ONLY3. Motorist my slow to 10 MPH when passing Soldiers in formation anytime of the day.4. The 10 MPH rule when passing Soldiers/pedestrians other than the PT Hour is re-scinded. Motorist will use caution and current vehicle and traffic law pertaining topedestrians/vehicles is the rule of the day.5. North Riva Ridge; portion between Mt. Belvedere and the entrance to building10100 is co-use to allow DRM and G-8 personnel access to their facility.
Updates regarding passing pedestrians and driving on Fort Drum cont.6. South Riva Ridge; portion between Mt Belvedere and the entrance to DivisionAnnex buildings is co-use to allow PAO and other civilian workers to access theirfacility.7. Lewis Ave; the portion between 1st Street West to Euphrates River Valley is co-use to allow access to court (0800 is when that starts)8. Po Valley from Conway to South Riva Ridge is a NO PT AREA9. Conway/1st Street West from Enduring Freedom to Nash Blvd is a NO PT AREA10.The entire length of Nash Blvd is a NO PT AREA11.As with current policy, all “official” government plated vehicles will be allowed toaccess to PT ONLY routes for the conduct of their normal business/mission. Nospecial pass required
HHBN InfoUpcoming Events:20 June: RiverFest– Alex Bay. Tickets available with CSM Washing-ton or after June 4th at MWR Desk, Clark Hall. $15 per adult, $5 perchild ages 6-12.24 June: Family Day at Remington Park26 June: Mountainfest on Division Hill. Come support your FRGs,that will be selling concessions