FRSA FLASH 10 October 2012Contents of this news letter are compiled from multiple military family news sources and local area event sources. Materialpresented does not represent the views or endorsement of the 2nd BSTB, 2 nd BCT or the Army. This material is for personal use by the readers. All readers are encouraged to do further research for all applicable restrictions and guidelines
SACKETS HARBOROct 19-27Sackets Harbor Central School parents are organizing a haunted walk full of local ghost stories and lorein mid- to late October to raise money for the district’s music department. The trail, which will lead fromthe Sackets Harbor Battlefield along Main Street, will be modeled after one in Kingston, Ontario. Themusic department is looking for actors to tell the ghost stories at different points of the walk.The walk will take place from 6 to 10 p.m. Oct. 19, 20, 26 and 27. A child-friendly trick-or-treat night hasbeen set from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 25. “The stories will be a little watered down to not be so scary,” Mrs.Elliott said about the children’s night. The stories will center on history and local paranormal sightings.The battlefield stop will include tales of hauntings from a faceless soldier. Participants will follow cloakedguides to each stop, where a storyteller dressed in black will tell a local ghost story about the place.“There will be some surprises along the way,” Mrs. Elliott said. Concessions will be available, and Mrs.Elliot said free child care will be provided. The walk will start at the red barn on the battlefield near theparking lot. A campfire will be built there to attract participants. The cost to participate in the walk is $5 foradults and $3 for students. To volunteer to be a storyteller, call Sackets Harbor Central School musicteacher Paul J. Buell at 646-3575.October 20, 2012LowvilleMark your calendars and dont miss the "Taste of Home Cooking School" on October 20th at the LowvilleAcademy School Auditorium. Doors open at noon so youll have plenty of time to view all the vendorsbefore the show starts at 3PM and ends at 6PM. There will be vendors, cookbooks for sale, and muchmore!October 20, 2012Lowville27th Annual Craft FairThe Lowville Fire Department Auxiliary presents the 26th Annual Craft Fair being held at the Lowville FireHouse from 9:00am to 3:00pm! There will be lots of craft vendors, a bake sale and raffles. thOctober 20Clayton, NY1st Annual Pumpkin Chunkin Contest, Riverside Drive, Clayton www.1000islands-clayton.com/punkinchunkin (Rain Date October 21st) Admission to the Punkin Chunkin Festival is freeand begins at 11am featuring competitive firings throughout the day with awards at 5pm. The festival willhave two categories of competition, which also compete against each other for the Best Overall Design,which is the farthest throw for the height of their trebuchet. The two categories are: Adults (18 & older)and Youth (11-17 years old) . It costs $5 to enter the competition.http://www.1000islands-clayton.com/punkinchunkin.asp There are still entry spaces available for thePunkin Chunkin. Call the Clayton Chamber of Commerce at 315-686-3771, email firstname.lastname@example.org or stop by the office at 517 Riverside Drive, Clayton.
October 26 & 27, 2012"Halloween Towne" in Downtown LowvilleFriday "FRIGHT NIGHT" from 6-9pm & "SCARY" Saturday from 11am-11pm.Join us for ghoulish games, frightening food, and freaky fun for the whole family!! HALLOWEEN TOWNE SCHEDULE
October 27, Harvest Run for the Rohde CenterDate: Saturday October 27, 2012Start Time: 8:00 AM rain or shineLocation: 5k and 10k start at The Rohde Center, 2 East Church Street, Adams, NYPre-registration Fee: 5K - $15 / 10K - $20 / Students 18 & Under - $10 if received bySeptember 29, 2012 (includes t-shirt)Day of Event registration: 5K-$20 / 10K - $25 / Students 18 & Under - $10 (no t-shirtguarantee) from 7:00 AM to 8:00 AM.Awards: Fun and funny prizes will be awarded.Post Run: Please make this a family event and relax with refreshments following the run/walk.Please make checks payable to: The Rohde Center Registration forms can be turned in or mailed to: The Rohde Center 2 East Church St. Adams, NY 13605Trick or Treating on Fort Drum is October 31and is from 5 - 8 pm.
FRSA Training informationMOBILIZATION AND DEPLOYMENT (YOU MUST CALL TO RSVP 772-0470)FRG Leader : NOV 7 0900-1300 ACSKey Caller: OCT 9 1400-1530 or 1700-1830 ACS NOV 13 1400-1530 or 1700-1800 ACSInformal Funds: NOV 7 1400-1500 or 1700-1800 ACSCare Team Training: DEC 6 0900-1230 ACSOPSEC for Families: DEC 10 1030-1200 ACSAFTB (YOU MUST RSVP TO 772-6710/9229)Fall Marathon: OCT 22-26 0900-1600 ACSStress Management - For more information, call 772-0593.NOV 06 1330-1530 ACSAnger Management - For more information, call 772-0593.OCT 16 1330-1530 ACSFINANCIAL READINESS PROGRAM (FRP) - KENT THOMPSON, 772-00501st Term Soldier Financial Readiness Training every Wednesday from 0830-1600. You may attendthe whole day or any part of the day as a walk-in. ALL spouses are welcome to any of our trainingevents or classes.COPING WITH DEPLOYMENTS CLASS - FREE - Class will be held on Friday, 19 October 2012 atthe USOBROWN BAG LUNCH11 Oct Coping Strategies for the Uncertainty of Life 2BSTB Battalion Class Room 1200-130025 Oct the three C’s of Communication Battalion Class Room 1200-1300
Family Members Soldiers To Register, please contact the Command Safety Office at 772-9026/0310 Bldg M-10281 4th Armored Division Drive NOTE: Unit/Organization Classes are by Appointment Only Winter Driving Snow Thrower Wednesday 3-Oct-12 1400-1500 Wednesday 3 Oct 12 1530-1600 Wednesday 17 Oct 12 1400-1500 Wednesday 17 Oct 12 1530-1600 Wednesday 24 Oct 12 1400-1500 Wednesday 24 Oct 12 1530-1600 Tuesday 6 Nov 12 1400-1500 Tuesday 6 Nov 12 1530-1600 Tuesday 20 Nov 12 1400-1500 Tuesday 20 Nov 12 1530-1600 Tuesday 4 Dec 12 1400-1500 Tuesday 4 Dec 12 1530-1600 Tuesday 18 Dec 12 1400-1500 Tuesday 18 Dec 12 1530-1600 DA Civilians O Christmas Tree, O Christmas Tree How Lovely Are Your Branches The North Country Spouses’ Club Invites you to participate in the first annual wreath & tree auction! Tree Themes, Donating Organization Name and Approximate Value of the tree/wreath due to the Event Chair at email@example.com by November 16. ! Event Date: Saturday, December 1, 2012 10:45 AM The Commons Cost: $20/person How can I help out? Does your group (FRG, Bunco, Zumba, Book Club, etc) want to decorate a wreath or tree? It’s simple, you decorate and donate! How should I decorate my tree? How ever you like! Use your tree to express the creativity of your group! When is my tree or wreath due? 10:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. at The Commons on December 1. What happens to the money? This money will be split between to the two groups’ scholarship and welfare funds! Where can I get my tree or wreath? North Country Spouses’ Club members can pick up a 3 ft. tree or medium wreath at the clubs’ November luncheons. We also welcome donated trees and wreaths from organizations outside our membership. If your organization would like to purchase their own tree simply buy a tree or wreath of ANY SIZE and decorate it. What do I need to bring that day? You need to bring anything that will make your tree/wreath work properly (extension cords, wreath stands etc.) these items will not be provided for you by North Country Spouses’ Club.
Contents of this news letter are compiled from multiple military family news sources and local area event sources. Material presented does notrepresent the views or endorsement of the 2nd BSTB, 2 nd BCT or the Army. This material is for personal use by the readers. All readers areencouraged to do further research for all applicable restrictions and guidelines.