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27 may 2011

  1. 1. USAACE Weekly Family Update 27 May 2011 US AAC E F R S A, B ld g. 8 9 5 0 , 7 t h Av e n u e, Fo rt R uc k er, Al 3 6 3 6 2 ( 3 3 4 ) 2 5 5 -0 9 6 0 o r r uc k. fr g ap @co n u s.ar m y. mi lINSIDE THIS ISSUE1 Sergeant Audie Murphy Triathlon2 Did you Know? -- TRICARE Express Scripts3 Use Your Voice4 100 Dishes To Eat In Alabama Before You Die “”The beginning of knowledge is the discovery of something we do not understand ~ Frank Herbert www.myarmyonesource.com
  2. 2. Page 2 USAACE Family Weekly UpdateUpcoming Training: Did you Know?  FRG Training is scheduled for You can have regular prescription medication sent to your home? 16 June in Bldg. 5700, Rm TRICARE Home Delivery allows you to manage your prescription plan 371F from 0800 – 1200. online. You can fill your prescriptions with Express Scripts and Register by calling (334) 255- complete refills quickly and easily using the internet, phone or mail. 9578 Using the mail order pharmacy does not prevent you from using Military Treatment Facility (MTF) pharmacies or a pharmacy in the TRICAREUpcoming Events: Network. It is not recommended for prescriptions you will only take once. Visit www.express-scripts.com/TRICARE to enroll today.  28 May – Lake Fest and BOSS Car Show at West Beach, Lake Tholocco starting at 12 Noon. EDGE – Experience, Develop, Grow & Excel  30 May -- Memorial Day Pool Party at SPLASH! From 10-6pm with live entertainment from 12 – 4pm.  4 June – FRCSC “No Limit Texas Hold’em Tournament at Silver Wings Golf Course. (334) 379- 7868 for more information.  6, 7 & 9 June – AFTB Level II in Bldg. 5700, Rm 371F from 5 – 8:30 pm. Register by calling (334) 255-AFTB.  11 & 12 June – Wakeboarding Competition at West Beach, Lake Tholocco beginning at 0800. Free to enter and open to the public. (334) 255-4305.  13 June -- Summer Reading Program Kick-Off: Ice Cream Party at the Center Library from 2:30 – 3:30 pm. Program designed for ages 5-12. For more info, call (334) 255-3885.  14 June -- EFMP Golf Clinic at Silver Wings Golf Course from 9- 11am. Registration is required nlt 11 June. Call (334) 255-9277.  15 June – Men’s Sports, Fitness & Wellness Expo at The Landing from 10:00 – 700 pm. 16 June 2011 Bldg. 5700, Rm 371F 0800-1230 www.housing.army.mil RSVP – (334) 255-9578
  3. 3. USAACE Family Weekly Update Page 3 Summer Reading Program – Center Library This summer, you’re invited to join our merry kingdom for tales of daring deeds, dragons, and enchanted lands when you sign up for A Midsummer Knight’s Read, the Fort Rucker Summer Reading Program. This FREE program is open to children completing grades K-8. Registration lasts through 24 June with the Reading Program going from 13 Jun – 8 July. For more information, call (334) 255-3885. EFMP Friendly. Use Your Voice 1. The Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) is asking teachers, parents, students and other community members to contribute their input on how future learning environments are designed, constructed and furnished. Parents and community members are invited to share ideas at the DoDEA 21st Century Schools website. Visit www.21stcentury.dodea.edu today to use your voice to benefit military children’s educational environments. 2. In an attempt to remove the possible financial damage caused by last years Post-9/11 Veterans Education Assistance Improvement Act, Rep. Jeff Miller (R-FL) has introduced H.R. 1383, the Restoring GI Bill Fairness Act of 2011. H.R. 1383 will temporarily authorize the VA to cover the tuition and fees for veterans attending non-public education and training institutions that have tuition and fees which exceed $17,500 a year. This bill would add back in a "hold no harm” element to the law. Let your elected officials know how you feel about this bill. By visiting http://capwiz.com/military/issues/alert/?alertid=41246501&type=MLChapel Events Life is Not a Game!!! 3. Club Beyond Youth Camp will be held 25 – 29 July at Laguna Beach Retreat Center (Panama City Beach). Cost is $200 per student (scholarships are available for those signing up before 1 June. Military Teens from surrounding communities will join together for action packed week. There will be games, swimming, basketball, volleyball, great food, life-specific talks, and lifelong friendships forms. For information or to RSVP, call Eric Gillis at (850) 333-3039.
  4. 4. Page 4 USAACE Family Weekly Update Getting ready to PCS? Unload unneeded stuff and find deals on SargesList.com. SargesList.com is a new website that helps military members lighten their load during PCS 9or everyday) by selling or donating their stuff to other military families locally or globally. You can advertise your own business too! Local Community Events100 dishes to eat in Alabama Before you DieBrundidge –  Chicken Salad Blossom at Sit n Sip (334) 344-6101Daleville –  “Castle Club” sandwich at the Castle Café (334) 598-9005Dothan –  Doughnuts at Loyless Donuts (334) 792-3133  Fried cornbread at Kathy’s Kountry Kitchen (334) 794-3911  Grouper fingers at the Old Mill Restaurant (334) 794-8530  Homemade soups at Basketcafe Café (334) 671-1117Enterprise –  Chili dog at Cutt’s (334) 347-1110  Grouper with pecan sauce at The Rawls (334) 308-9387Montgomery –  Pecan pan-fried snapper at Chophouse 9334) 264-8463  Pecan Pie with Jack Daniels Ice Cream at Garrett’s (334) 396-9950  Fresca salad with house dressing at Sinclair’s (334) 834-7462  Fried chicken at Martin’s (334) 265-1767  Fried green tomato sandwich at La Jolla (334) 356-2600  Lemon catfish & collards at Isaiah’s (334) 265-9000  Oyster salad at City Grill (334) 244-0960  Spring roll with peanut sauce at lek’s taste of Tailand (334) 244-8994  Vegetables at Martha’s Place (334) 263-9135  Veggies on the hot bar at Derk’s Filet & Vine (334) 262-8463  “Wild Rice Waffles” & “Walk-Thru-Fire Pancakes” at Red Bluff Cottage B & B 9334) 264-0056Slocomb  Cornbread & fried green tomatoes at Zack’s (334) 886-9731Troy  Banana Pudding at Sisters (334) 566-0064  Beans & cornbread at Mossy Grove Schoolhouse (334) 566-4921  Chicken fingers & dipping sauce at Crowe’s (334) 566-6027

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