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  • 1. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 1 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry DivisionCommunity Leaders Information Forum5 June 2013Welcome/Administrative Notes COL RosenbergDates to Remember HighlightsGuest Speaker/PresentationMountain Community Homes Utility Billing Megan KlosnerOverages & SYNERGY Rewards ProgramUnited Through Reading Program Kate PurcellRiverfest, Family Fun Day & Mountainfest Donna OrvisNorth Country Summer Activities Julie CupernallDirectorate/Agency UpdatesClosing Remarks COL Rosenberg
  • 2. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 2 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry DivisionDates to RememberJune 20136/5 CLIF 1000-1100 The Commons6/5 AUSA Annual Birthday Dinner/Man & Woman 1800-2100 The Commonsof the Mountain Recognition6/6 CARE Team Training 0900-1230 ACS6/7 Hearts Apart Support Group 1000-1200 ACS6/7 Fort Drum Education Graduation 1900-2100 The Commons6/11 Carthage Central School District Open Community 1800-2000 Carthage Middle School CafeteriaMeeting6/12 For Fathers Only Class 0800 ACS6/13 Volunteer of the Month Ceremony 1100 The Commons6/14 Army’s Birthday/Flag Day6/15 Summer Reading Club Kick-Off Party 1330-1500 McEwen Library6/15 Teen Army Birthday Block Party 1400-1800 Youth Center6/18 Key Caller Training 1400-1500 ACS1700-18006/20 Fort Drum Riverfest Alex Bay6/21 Division DONSA6/21 YS End of School Year BBQ and Open House 1800-2100 Youth Center6/22-26 Mountainfest Week6/24 Family Day at Remington Park 1000-1600 Remington Park6/25 Annual Mountain Remembrance Ceremony 1000-1100 Memorial Park6/26 Salute to the Nation, Concert & Fireworks 1700-2200 Division Hill6/29-7/14 Division Block Leave
  • 3. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 3 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry DivisionDates to RememberJuly20136/29-7/14 Division Block Leave7/3 CLIF (Summer Break- no meeting) Electronic Distro Only7/4 Independence Day- Federal Holiday7/5 Division DONSA7/8 ACS Master Resiliency Training 3 0930-1530 ACS7/9 FRG Leader Training 0900-1300 ACS7/9 Informal Funds 1330-1430 ACS7/11 Scream Free Parenting 1730-1930 ACS7/12 White Water Rafting Trip 0800 &1300 Parks & Recreation7/12 Hearts Apart Support Group 1000-1200 ACS7/12-13 Finger Lakes Wine Festival Trip 1300 Parks & Recreation7/16 Key Caller Training 1000-1100 ACS1400-15007/17 5K Fun Run 0600 Magrath Sports Complex7/22-26 AFTB Summer Marathon 0900-1600 ACS7/24 Family Support Huddle 1000-1100 Eagles Nest7/24 Civilian of the Quarter Luncheon 1130-1300 The Commons7/25 Mountain Remembrance Ceremony 1630 Memorial Park7/26 Retirement Ceremony 1600 Main Post Auditorium7/27-28 Niagara Falls Trip 0700 Parks & Recreation7/31 BOSS Outdoor Movie Night on the Beach 2000 Remington Pond Beach
  • 4. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 4 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry DivisionDates to RememberAugust 20138/1 USO Bike Night 1800-2100 USO Parking Lot8/2 Division DONSA8/5 Division DONSA8/7 CLIF (Summer Break- no meeting) Electronic Distro Only8/12-16 EFMP Summer Camp8/22 Volunteer of the Month Ceremony 01100 The Commons8/22 Mountain Remembrance Ceremony 1630 Memorial Park8/23 Retirement Ceremony 1600 Main Post Auditorium8/29 Ride the River Clayton8/30 Division DONSA
  • 5. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 5 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry DivisionMountain Community Homes UtilityBilling Overages & SYNERGY RewardsProgramMeghan KlosnerMountain Community Homes
  • 6. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 6 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry DivisionUtility Conservation ProgramBig Picture -• Mountain Community Homes created a pilot program toavoid charging residents for utilities in most cases.• Program is called SYNERGY Rewards.• Incentives to residents for conserving energy.• The highest users (top 3%) are held financiallyresponsible for their energy consumption.
  • 7. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 7 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division• All homes are in one of 64profiles• Profile contains homes withsimilar characteristics. i.e.age, size, design, bedrooms• Baselines are calculatedeach month for each profile• Baselines change eachmonth and are dependentupon seasonal changesBilling Excessive Users
  • 8. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 8 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division• Residents whose consumption is more than twice* thebaseline are assessed an excess utility usage feeAverage bill being sent:• $38 – Electric• $61 - Gas• Excess utility usage fee is calculated on the amount ofconsumption greater than the baseline• Less than 3% of resident are assessed excess utilityusage fees* Approximately 2 standard deviationsBilling Excessive Users (continued)
  • 9. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 9 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division
  • 10. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 10 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division
  • 11. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 11 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry DivisionContact your community centeror visitwww.fortdrummch.comWant to Sign Up forSynergy Rewards?visithttp://synergyrewards.fortdrummch.com
  • 12. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 12 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry DivisionUnited Through Reading ProgramOverviewKate PurcellUnited Through Reading Program
  • 13. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 13 of 35REACHUTR has more than 200 recording sites in 15countries around the world, 31 U.S. states, and DC:• At bases, installations and military medical facilities• Aboard deployed Navy and Coast Guard ships• Hosted at more than 70 USO locationsARE YOU UNITED THROUGH READING?PARTICIPATIONSince 1989, UTR has benefitted more than 1.5 million military membersand their families from all branches of service. Skype is nice, but UTR is“Mommy or Daddy on demand.”OUTCOMES• Connects deployed service members with their families• Reduces children’s anxiety about deployment• Cultivates a love of reading in military childrenBottom Line: builds resilienceincreases family readiness,Boosts morale,United Through Reading® offers servicemembers who are away from their familiesdue to deployment or other circumstancesthe opportunity to be video-recordedreading storybooks aloud.CONVENIENCEGetting started is simple:• Start the process in pre-deployment• EMAIL: military@unitedthroughreading.org• Receive a Starter Kit, training and ongoingsupport from UTR National Program Managers
  • 14. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 14 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry DivisionRiverfest, Family Fun Day &MountainfestDonna OrvisDirectorate of Family, Morale & Welfare
  • 15. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 15 of 35Riverfest 2013DATE: Thursday, 20 June 2013TIME: First of four Boat Launch – 0900Last Boat Launch -1330 (Boats run every 90 minutes)LOCATION: Alexandria Bay (Uncle Sam’s Boat Tour)ACTIVITIES: 1 hr Boat Tour and stop off at Boldt CastleAUSA Picnic Lunch served at Alex Bay Village Pavilion 10-3pmDockside Activities: CYSS Inflatable’s and BOSS selling refreshmentsADMISSION: $15.00 = adult’s rate$5.00 = children’s rateAges 5 under free3-19 June: Tickets available at Parks & Recreation and FMWR Window,Clark Hall, 0800-1600TRANSPORTATION/ Bus runs to Alex Bay, 0730, 0900, 1030, 1200 from Magrath Sports ComplexPARKING: Return buses run hourly starting at 1230. Last bus 1700.Designated parking lots: Uncle Sam’s Overflow corner of Rt. 12 and WaltonStreet, and Rt.26 Drive In with shuttle to village.
  • 16. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 16 of 35Family Day at Remington ParkWHO: Family and MWR – Parks and RecreationWHAT: Family fun day and unit competitionsWHERE: Remington Park/Magrath GymWHEN: 24 JUNE from 1000-1600WHY: To celebrate 10th Mountain Division Soldiers,Families and communityPOC: Gene Spencer, 772-0045 Schedule of Events0700: 5K Run ( Begin & Ends at Magrath Gym)1000: Family Day at Remington Park Kicks Off1000-1600: DJ Music, Private Organization food and beverage sales,Children’s Zone – crafts/inflatables, open volleyball, climbing wall.1000-1100: Unit Raft Races1100- 1200: Tug of War
  • 17. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 17 of 35Mountainfest WeekMONDAY,24 JUNETUESDAY,25 JUNEWEDNESDAY,26 JUNE0700-1000 -5K RUN- Magrath0700- TRUCK “ROADEO”- 548 CSB Motorpool0700- MOUNTAIN ATHLETE WARRIOR- Magrath0700-1000- WARRIOR ENDURATHON- MagrathPoncho Raft Event- Remington PondCanoe Race- Remington Pond(Finish Line at Remington Pond)1000- FAMILY DAY AT REMINGTON PARKTug of War, Raft Races, Climbing WallChildren’s Event, Food & Beverage Op1000- ANNUAL REMEMBRANCE CEREMONY-Memorial Park1500- TUG OF WAR FINALS – Magrath1730- SOFTBALL FINALS – Magrath1800- CDR/CSM SOFTBALL GAME- Magrath0700-0830- DIVISION RUN1300- MAN MILITARY DISPLAYS- Division Hill1300-1700- BOSS CAR CARNIVAL- Division Hill1300- 2000- FEST TENT, FOOD SALES, MILITARYDISPLAYS, ENTERTAINMENT, GAMES, SAFETYTENT- Division Hill1700- SALUTE TO THE NATION- Division Hill1830- DFMWR/AMERICU CONCERT- Division Hill2145- FIREWORKS- Division HillTHURSDAY,20 JUNEFRIDAY21JUNESATURDAY/SUNDAY22-23 JUNESUNDAY23 JUNE0900 -1800- MWR/AUSA RIVERFEST- Alex Bay DONSA0900 – SOFTBALL- Magrath0900 – BASKETBALL- Magrath0900 – SOCCER- Monti0900 - FLAG FOOTBALL- Monti
  • 18. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 18 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry DivisionNorth Country Summer ActivitiesJulie CupernallPublic Affairs Office
  • 19. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 19 of 35BIGGEST LOCAL MYTH:“THERE’S NOTHINGTO DO HERE!!”Wrong!!
  • 20. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 20 of 35Legal StuffIn no way do we endorse any of these events and/ordestinations. We are simply letting you know some (notby any means all!) of the “things to do” around the NorthCountry over the summer months. This brief is meant tobe a starting point – we encourage you to go out, findand share other fun “things to do” with your friends andFamily!!
  • 21. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 21 of 35Farmers Markets• Watertown – around State Office Building on WashingtonStreet – Wednesdays, 6:30am to 3pm – starts in May• Watertown - @ Alex T. Duffy Fairgrounds on CoffeenStreet – Saturdays, 9am – 2pm, starts the end of June• Carthage - @ Farmers Market Pavilion on Riverside Drive– Fridays, 7am to 2pm – starts in May• Clayton - @ Frink Park – Thursdays, 4pm – 8pm – startsthe end of June• Cape Vincent - @ the Village Green – Saturdays, 8am –2pm – starts in June
  • 22. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 22 of 35Music & Entertainment• New York State Fair Line-up – Syracuse, NY – www.nysfair.org- Toby Keith, Aug 23- Carly Rae Jepson, Aug 24- Luke Bryan, Aug 29• DPAO Summer Concert Series – Watertown Fairgrounds, www.dpao.org- Rodney Atkins, June 23- Randy Travis, Aug 3- KC & the Sunshine Band and The Village People, Aug 9• Clayton Opera House – events all summer for all ages –www.claytonoperahouse.org• Rockin the Bay 22-25 Aug & Blues in the Bay 29 Aug – 2 Sept,www.visitalexbay.org
  • 23. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 23 of 35Wine• Thousand Islands Winery, Alexandria Baywww.thousandislandswinery.com- Winery Birthday Bash! (bbq, music & wine), July 13• Coyote Moon Winery, Claytonwww.coyotemoonvineyards.com- 4th Annual Howl at the Moon, Saturday, July 27- Bluegrass in the Vineyards, 24-25 August- 3rd Annual Shore Dinner (benefits the TI Museum), July19, 5pm – 8pm, dinner, hayrides, live music & wine!www.timuseum.org
  • 24. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 24 of 35Independence Day Fireworks• Clayton – 3 July @ dusk• Alexandria Bay – 4 July @ dusk• Sackets Harbor – 4 July @ dusk• Watertown- Thompson Park- 4 July @ dusk
  • 25. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 25 of 35County Fairs• Jefferson County: 9 July – 14 July, Alex T. DuffyFairgrounds, Watertown• Lewis County: 16 July – 20 July, Lowville Fairgrounds,FREE ADMISSION, parade & fireworks opening night,www.lewiscountyfair.org• St. Lawrence County: usually the first week ofAugust, Gouverneur, www.gouverneurfair.net
  • 26. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 26 of 35Craft Fairs Etc.• Alexandria Bay Craft Fair – Scenic View Park Pavilion,20-21 July, 10 am – 5pm, www.visitalexbay.org• Can-Am Festival – Sackets Harbor – music, food, craftsand fireworks! 20-21 July• 35th Annual TI Stamp, Coin, Postcard, Jewelry, Gem &Collectables Show – Clayton Rec Arena, 27 – 28 July• Stone Mills Craft Fair – LaFargeville, 2 – 4 August• 30th Annual Craft Show & Sale – Clayton Rec Arena, 24- 25 August
  • 27. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 27 of 35Drive-Ins and IMAX• Alexandria Bay Drive-Ins:– www.baydrivein.com (double features, tickets prices rangefrom $2 - $6, 6 and under free)• Black River Drive-Ins:– www.blackriverdrivein.com (double or triple features,tickets prices range from $2 - $7, 6 and under free)• MOST IMAX Theater – Syracuse– www.most.org
  • 28. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 28 of 35Zoos• Watertown – NYS Zoo at Thompson Park– Parties and Picnics all summer– www.nyszoo.org• Syracuse – Rosamond Gifford Zoo– Penguin Palooza & Asian Elephant Extravaganza!– www.rosamondgiffordzoo.org• Toronto, Canada – Toronto Zoo– Only about 4 hours away– www.torontozoo.com
  • 29. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 29 of 35NY State ParksDid you know there are 25 NYS Parks in the ThousandIslands Region??!?www.nysparks.comOffering hiking, biking, camping, golfing, nature trails, naturecenter activities, beaches, pools, kayaking and canoeing!!Empire Passports = $65Daily Pass = from $8 - $10 per car load***Families with deployed Soldiers qualify for a FREEEMPIRE PASSPORT – details are on the web site
  • 30. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 30 of 35Potpourri• Horne’s Ferry – Cape Vincent– Ferry to Wolf Island, Canada– www.hornesferry.com• STRAWBERRY SEASON!!– End of June - U-PICS ALL OVER• Thousand Islands Hydroplane Regatta – Brockville,Ontario– Speeds up to 170mph!– 29 June – 30 June, www.brockvillehydroplaneracing.com
  • 31. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 31 of 35Potpourri• Made in NY Festival – Sackets Harbor/Madison Barracks– 6 July - 75 NY State Product Vendors• New York State Hog Rally – Alexandria Bay– 11 – 13 July, www.nyshogrally.com• 45th Annual French Festival – Cape Vincent– 13 & 14 July - food, crafts, parade, fireworks!• 49th Annual Boat Show & Auction – Clayton– 2 – 4 August, Antique Boat Museum, www.abm.org
  • 32. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 32 of 35Potpourri• Woodsmen Field Days – Boonville– 16 – 18 August, www.starinfo.com/woodsmen• Pirate Invasion – Alexandria Bay– 9 – 18 August, www.visitalexbay.org• Bobcats, Bears & Brews – Watertown– NYS Zoo at Thompson Park– 10 August, www.nyszoo.org
  • 33. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 33 of 35Destination Fun:• NYS Fair – 22 August – September 2, www.nysfair.org• Watkins Glenn Race Track – races and wine festivals!• Montreal and Quebec! Ooh la la!• Finger Lakes Wine Tours• Enchanted Forest Water Safari, Old Forge, NY• Adirondacks/ Lake Placid• Niagara Falls, Buffalo• Lake George – The Great Escape Theme Park• Saratoga Springs – Horse Racing & Concerts (SPAC)• Burlington, VT (Ben & Jerry’s!!!)
  • 34. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 34 of 35Resources:www.visit1000islands.comwww.watertowndailytimes.com/section/eventswww.wwnytv.com/features/craigs-to-do-listwww.newzjunky.com (local events @ left margin)www.watertownny.comwww.visitalexbay.org
  • 35. Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry Division5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 35 of 35Good Luck!Be Safe!Have fun!Enjoy theSummer!!
  • 36. 5 June 2013FORT DRUM NEW YORKCOL Gary Rosenberg/IMDR-ZA/ (315)-772-5501/ gary.a.rosenberg.mil@mail.mil 36 of 35Fort Drum – Home of America’s Light Infantry DivisionThe next CLIF Meeting is scheduled for4 September 2013(July & August CLIF Materials will be distributed electronically)Thank you for attending.If you would like to provide information for CLIF,please email Elizabeth DeJesus at elizabeth.a.dejesuscintron.civ@mail.milStaci Reyes at staci.j.reyes.civ@mail.mil