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FRSA Flash 27 APR 2012
FRSA Flash 27 APR 2012
FRSA Flash 27 APR 2012
FRSA Flash 27 APR 2012
FRSA Flash 27 APR 2012
FRSA Flash 27 APR 2012
FRSA Flash 27 APR 2012
FRSA Flash 27 APR 2012
FRSA Flash 27 APR 2012
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FRSA Flash 27 APR 2012

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Unit and Community Information 27 APR 2012

Unit and Community Information 27 APR 2012

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  • 1. 4-31 FRSA Flash Polar Bear Dates to April 27, 2012 Remember28 APR — C-Co FAMILY PIC-NIC @ Thompson Park @ 130028 APR — USO Ice Cream So-cial for Month of the MilitaryChild @ Fort Drum USO @ 1400-160029 APR — LT Dan Band @ Ma-Grath Gym @ 1800.30 APR — D-Co FRG MTG @ D-Company @ 16303 MAY — HHC FRG MTG/POTLUCK @ Lloyd’s Landing, Rem-ington Pond @ 18009 MAY — Fort Drum Informa-tion and Town Hall MTG @ TheCommons @ 183013 MAY — Mother’s Day!17 MAY — Volunteer of theMonth Ceremony @ The Com-mons @ 103019 MAY — USO is hosting a Tickets Available at the Door.1940’s Themed Hanger Dance @Watertown International Airport First Come, First Served UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO
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  • 3. DATES TO REMEMBER April 20124/28 USO Ice Cream Social 1400-1600 USO Fort Drum4/29 The LT Dan Band Concert 1900-2100 Magrath Gym4/30 Thrift Savings Plan Class 1400-1430 ACS4/30 OPSEC Training 10:30-1200 ACS4/30 Event Planning Class 1300-1430 ACS May 20125/1 From Victim to Survivor Support Group ACS5/1 Fort Drum Welcome Tour 0930-1400 ACS5/1 Stress Management Class ACS5/2 Unit Cross Country Run Sports Office5/2 Terrific Toddlers ACS5/3 Computer Basics for Job Seekers ACS5/3 Welding Class Automotive Skills CTR5/4 Hearts Apart Group Meeting ACS5/4 In Her Shoes: Living With Domestic Violence ACS5/5 Syracuse Stage Play Trip: The Brother’s Size Youth Center5/7 Newcomers Orientation ACS5/7 & 8 Scream Free Parenting Workshop ACS5/8 VMIS -101 Training 0900-1000 ACS5/8 EFMP Support Group Meeting ACS5/8 Key Caller Training 1400-1530/1700-1830 ACS5/9 10K Army 10 Miler Qualifier Sports Office5/9 2012 Flag Football League Sports Office5/9 Fort Drum Information & Town Hall Meeting 1830-2000 The Commons5/9 &10 AFTB Level 1 Training 0900-1600 ACS5/10 Employment 101 Class ACS5/10 Basic Automotive Electrical Class Automotive Skills CTR5/10 Military Spouse Appreciation Event ACS5/11-13 New York City Trip Parks and Recreation5/12 Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament BOSS5/12 Midnight Sports Youth Center5/14 EFMP Respite Care Training ACS5/14 Resume Writing ACS5/14 Home Buying Class ACS UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO 3
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  • 5. Ticks are back and Lyme Disease is on the rise in this area. Here is some good information on prevention.As you may be aware Jefferson County and the entire region have seenan increase in the diagnosis of Lyme Disease. Lyme Disease in JeffersonCounty increased from 115 cases in 2010 to 199 cases in 2011. Jeffer-son County Public Health Service is concerned about the potential forother tick borne illness to infect our area in the coming years. If you have questions about tick borne infections pleasecontact Jefferson County Public Health Service at 786-3720.www.jcphs.orgConstruction on the Military Road and Mt Belvedere Blvd intersection will begin 30 Apr 12 - 04 May 12.Because of this construction, Military Road from Mt Belvedere Blvd to MainStreet will be closed and traffic will be shifted on Mt Belvedere Blvd be-tween Hwy 342 and the Mt Belvedere ACP Gate. Map Below. UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO 5
  • 6. Calling All Teens! We would like to meet on 30 April at 1700 here at the Youth Center to start planning Syracuse Chiefs the grand opening of the new facility and discuss programs that will be offered as Minor League Baseball Team well as the hours of operation. This will be a Armed Forces Celebration process that I would expect to take a few 12 MAY 2012 months to complete. Plans made must be ap- Military vehicles and equipment will be on proved by the Garrison Commander prior to display in the stadium parking lot, 12noon. implementation. This is an opportunity to ensure the facility/program meets the Chiefs players and coaches will wear special needs of all eligible teens in the area. “Stars & Stripes” jerseys and hats. http://www.milb.com/index.jsp?sid=t552 Please help get the word out! STEVEN A. FERGUSON Youth Program Manager DFMWR, Fort Drum, New York 13602 Commercial: (315) 772-6719 Volunteer OpportunityThe Informaiton and Referral Programat ACS is looking for someone to managethe Coupon Service at the ACS Building.The volunteer will organize the providedcoupons by category and the date of ex-piration in to the containers provided byACS. Time requirement is approximately2 hours per week.If you are interested, please stop by theACS Building and ask for Virginia Cooperor you can call her at 772-6766 orvirginia.cooper@us.army.mil UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO 6
  • 7. FRG Meetings/Events UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO 7
  • 8. Resources UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO 8
  • 9. ResourcesMilitary Community and Family Policy (MC&FP) Need To Talk To Someone? Weekly eNewsletter Military & Family Life Consultant (MFLC) http://apps.mhf.dod.mil/mcfp/weekly 2BCT MFLC Steve Kleilzel 315-955-4823 Personal Financial Counselor—PFC-MFLC Louise Schroeder louiseschroeder.mhn@gmail.com (315) 486-5770Mobilization and Deployment Classes Military and Family Life Consultants (MFLC) provide solution-oriented consultations to individu- FRG Leader 9am-1pm als, couples, families, and groups. 14 MAY 9 JUL The Military and Family Life Consultant (MFLC) Program is designed to provide support and assis- Key Caller 2-3:30pm or 5-6pm tance to active duty Soldiers, National Guard & 8 MAY Reserves, military Family Members and civilian 12 JUN personnel. Military and Family Life Consultants can help people who are having trouble coping Advance Key Caller 1-2:30pm with concerns and issues of daily life. 30 JUL Informal Funds 2-3pm or 5-6pm Official 4-31 BN Facebook Page 14 MAY 4th Battalion, 31st Infantry 9 JUL “Polar Bears” https://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/4-31- Care Team 9am-12:30pm 7 JUN Infantry-Polar-Bears/239135106115186 Event Planning 1-2:30 pm POC for 4-31 FRSA Flash Newsletter 30 APR BN FRSAArmy Family Team Building (AFTB)-9am—4pm Tracey.m.jones1@us.army.mil 9-10 MAY—Level I 315-772-8416 22-23 MAY—Level II Contents of this Newsletter are compiled from multiple Master Resilience Training 9am-2:30pm military family news sources and local area event 21 MAY—Problem Solving sources. Material presented does not represent the views or endorsement of the 4-31 IN, 2BCT or the To register for training, please call Army. This material is for personal use by the readers. 772-0470 or 772/2848. All readers are encouraged to do further research for all Childcare is NOT available. applicable restrictions and guidelines. UNCLASSIFIED/FOUO 9

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