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1 abct 12 july weekly newsbreak


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1 abct 12 july weekly newsbreak

  1. 1. Fort Riley Current News Updates: This information has recently been updated, and is now available. x In addition to the Current News page there are Garrison Commander's Community Corner articles Corner More Updates can be found here: 1HBCT Facebook page:!/1HBCTDevilBrigade Want to be in the know this winter. Check out the Fort Riley MWR Winter Guide and plan your winter activities! Ready Army - <> Ready Army- Prepare yourself for winter driving - also see the Ft Riley website: <> ______________________________________________________________________________ 12 July 2013 1ABCT Weekly Newsletter: please pass along to Soldiers, Family and Friends of 1ABCT. You can always stay up to date with local events by going to 1st Infantry Division page at or if you are having issues reading this you can click on this link to read the weekly news. We are always up and posting new information on FaceBook! Join us on the Official 1ABCT FaceBook Page at
  2. 2. Use full websites Finance Mypay: Thrift Savings Plan: News Outlets U.S. Army Homepage: U.S Department of Defense: Army Knowledge Online (AKO): DoD Community Relations: Track Santa: Military Family, Youth, and Children Military Children and Youth: USA4 Military Families: Employment Medical Care Dental Care: TRICARE: TRICARE Online: DEERS Enrollment Online: Education DoD Education Activity GI Bill: Services PX : US Postal Service: National weather Service:
  3. 3. Save the Date for the 1-1 BSTB/HHC, 1ABCT Organizational Day Moon Lake on July 26 from 1000-1500 (10am-3pm) see flyer below for more details! 13 July Comedy Night: Rally Point: Show starts at 8pm Advance tickets $10; at the Door $12. Open to the Public with open seating. this show is ADULT CONTENT only! Funny Factory Comedy Presents…Ed Davis, Dominique Davis, Doug Cheatham and Luke Fabrizius. For more information call 785-784-5733. See flyer below. 14 July Community Band Concert at CL Hoover Opera House 7pm Junction City 14 July Family 40 Frame Bowling: Custer Hill Bowling Lanes will be hosting a Family 40 Frame event. This is a all day event. Scores will be collected and winners will be notified. $30 per Family, must have a child under 12 years old on the team. For more information contact the bowling alley at 785-239-4366, See flyer below. Registration begins at 11am. 15 July ACS Take You Out the Ball Game: Outreach Program hosting JC Brigade FREE for the first 50 to call for tickets and food certificates for Mondays game starting at 7pm. Call 785-239-9435, Sonya Brown-Lathan for more details. See flyer below. 19 July K-State Research & Extension Canning Tomatoes & Fruits & Pickles: FREE Classes for E1-E3 with Families. Learn how to can tomatoes, Fruits and pickles. Call to register 785-239-9991-see flyer below. 20 July The 20th Annual Prairie Run 10-5-2: Registration is $12 Now through July 5 and $15 after. Same day registration is not available. The Prairie Run consists of three different races, a 10-mile, 5-mile and 2-mile race. Each race is open to all DOD Cardholders and the general public. Follow the link for more information and the registration form. 20 July Aloha Nights at Custer Hill Pool: PRICE BREAK! Aloha Nights, July 20th at Custer Hill Pool is now only $10 for single attendees, $25 per family. Come out and get you some pulled pork as well as take part in the games and music! July 20th, 6-9pm at Custer Hill Pool. 20 July Flint Hills Discover Center for Teens 11-14 Years Old: Quest Club year round for 11-14 year old the chance to make a positive difference in the Flint Hills. The Quest Club will take to heart the conservation and preservation mission of the FHDC by challenging member to take action. Learn more by see flyer below and becoming a member today call for more information at 785-587-2726. 24-30 July USD475 Early School Enrollment Begins: See flyer below for dates and times.
  4. 4. 25 July Kaw Valley Rodeo Military Family Night: 6th Annual Kaw Valley Rodeo located at Cico Park on Thursday Night, 25 July First Come, First Serve while supplies last for Picnic and tickets. Picnic starts at 5:30pm-7pm for the first 400 guest. Rodeo starts at 8pm. Must have military ID card to get tickets. Once the tickets are gone there is a special for military at $5 per ticket to purchase at the Rodeo booth. Military kids 13 and under are free with a canned food donation to the Flint Hills Bread Basket. For more details see flyer below or you can call 785-776-8829 and ask for Janet Nichols. 25 July Junction City MAC (Military Affairs Council) Breakfast: 7:30am at the Courtyard Marriott in Junction City 26 July FROG Fort Riley Outdoorsman Group: 9th Annual Banquet at Riley’s Conference Center, tickets are $40 for membership ticket (PF, QF, NWTF, or RMEF you choose) or if you are a current member of one of those organizations or spouse $15 and $10 for youth. 27 July -Operation Homefront Back To School Brigade Back Packs: Back to School Brigade Registration is coming up soon! Follow the link below to register your active duty Military school age (k-12) dependent child to receive school supplies at one of the official Operation Homefront Events Locations. Backpacks will be made available to children of deployed, wounded, and active duty service members in the ranks of E-1 though E-6. You must register at this website below for your backpack for your child in order to reserve a backpack: Operation Homefront – Is looking for a volunteer to help with pick up from the Dollar Tree Stores in Manhattan and Junction City for the school supplies needed for the Back to School Brigade Backpacks.. If you or you know someone that is interested please contact Paul Cupach as soon as possible, his contact number is Cell: 816-519-3473 or 1-800-849-6408. He can also be reached via email at Custer Hill Bowling Lanes: Every Friday Night Quarter Mania at the bowling Lanes 6pm-9pm a game. See flyer below. Info from K-State... "We are looking for children ages 9 to 12 years who are diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder, verbal and enjoy reading at or above grade level. Participants will be compensated $10 upon completion of a one-hour session at the K-State Speech and Hearing Center. If interested please contact Debra Burnett in Kansas State University's communication sciences and disorders program, at 785-532-0802 or
  5. 5. Fort Riley OCSC: Do you have a business? Do you work for a business who would like to reach Fort Riley Spouses? Would you like to be a Vendor at the First OCSC Luncheon of the 2013/2014 year? August 15th is OCSC Shop till you Drop~Super Signup. We are now accepting Vendors for this big event. It is First come, First Vendor and we are excited to have as many different vendors’ as we can. Email for more information. Volunteers needed for Back to School Fashion Show: AAFES is in need of volunteers for a Back to School Fashion Show. If you are interested please contact or visit the Exchange to sign up POC is Amaryllis Goburn Date will be July 27th and they are looking for ages: 3-20. Family Readiness Group (FRG) On-Line Training: On-line Training: ACS has these class to offer online for FRG’s for volunteers if your unable to take them in a class room setting. See flyer below for available class at the ACS. FRG Leader’s Training: The online Family Readiness Group Leader’s training is located on the ARMY ONE SOURCE website at This is a Department of the Army site and does not include Fort Riley specific information. The FRG Leader’s Handbook and other FRG materials may also be downloaded from t ARMY ONE SOURCE under the ACS Mobilization and Deployment Readiness section/Operation READY at: FRG Leader’s Funds Custodian Training and Test Training: Test: FRG Leader’s Key Caller Training and Test Training: Test:
  6. 6. Rock Springs Summer Camps For Youth and Families In Kansas: @ 4-H Center off Hwy 77 See Flyer below: Camps are open to all branches of military service, members, active and reserve components. Additional information (including registration fees) will be sent to you after your registration is complete. Participants may attend both camps. Camps are organized by Kansas OMK, K-State Research and Extension, and the Institute for the Health and Security of Military Families! For more information and to register, please contact Jackie Cox (, or 785-532-1947. Camp 1: August 8-10,2013 OSD/OMK Youth Camp in Kansas Express Yourself! Camp for Military Youth on the Plains Ages:Youth 13-17 Number of Campers:40 Camp Format: Youth Residential Featured Activities: In addition to Swimming, Horseback riding and Canoeing, campers will express themselves through Art,Improv, Photography and Nature projects. “ExpressYourself” focuses on helping teens build communication and life skills to creatively express their experiences as members of military families, and build long-lasting friendships in the process. From Thursday to Saturday afternoon, campers will be involved in a fun mix of camp recreation activities, creative projects (e.g., photography, arts, improve, science) and team-building. Kansas State University camp counselors will lead campers through experiential learning projects that highlight sharing, processing, and applying resilience and communication skills. The camp culminates on Saturday, August 10 with the Express Yourself "showcase" when campers exhibit their camp projects, arts, improves and photography for parents, military and university partners. Camp 2: August 16-18, 2013 Purple on the Prairie: Military Family Camp Ages: Parents With Youth (K-12) Number of Campers:40 adults; 40 youth Featured Activities: In addition to Swimming, Horseback riding and Canoeing, families will strengthen their Communication and Resilience skills through Arts, Physical activity and Nature projects all set in the natural beauty of the prairie. The theme of the "Purple of the Prairie" camp is the Purple Prairie Clover which is a hardy, native wild flower that thrives on the prairie in times of drought, and heat due to its deep tap-root. The flower is representative of the “deep roots” that stabilize military families during times of transition and challenge. This three-day camp provides families with a relaxing setting, well-trained staff and engaging activities (e.g., yoga, arts, natural science projects, games) that give family members time to have fun, get to know each other better and strengthen their family "tap-root". Throughout the camp, Kansas State University camp counselors will facilitate youth and parent activities which culminate in the camp 'showcase' on Sunday afternoon where families demonstrate what they discovered about their family members and unit.
  7. 7. FROG Youth Trap & Skeet Camp 2013 Mission Fort Riley Outdoorsmen Group will conduct its 2013 Youth Trap & Skeet Camp in six small-group sessions in concert with the civilian employee furlough schedule. Camp Session Schedule Session 1 – 5 and 6 July (Fri+Sat) Session 2 – 12 and 13 July (Fri+Sat) Session 3 – 19 and 20 July (Fri+Sat) Session 4 – 26 and 27 July (Fri+Sat) Session 5 – 2 and 3 August (Fri+Sat) Session 6 – 9 and 10 August (Fri+Sat) 0800 to 1100 daily Registration To reserve your session, contact Ollie Hunter by e-mail or phone: 785-239-2032 785-775-2760 785-320-6731 Eligibility and Sign Up Procedures - Dependant youth of active military ages 12-16 - Each session limited to five students - Youth may register for one of six sessions - This camp is no cost to participants - Registration begins Tuesday, 18 June - Details available from POC or upon registration V5-041110JUIN13 Where the journey begins Kim Rhode – 5-time Olympic medalist U.S. National Champion – age 13 SPC Vincent Hancock – 2-time Olympic medalist U.S. National Champion – age 16 Program of Instruction - Safe gun handling - Introduction to American trap - Introduction to American skeet - Theory of hitting aerial targets
  8. 8. Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.
  9. 9. Tickets are $40 for membership ticket (PF,QF,NWTF, or RMEF you choose) or if you are a current member of one of those organizations or spouse $15 and 10$ for youth! Reference herein to any specific commercial products, process, or service by trade name, trademark, manufacturer, or otherwise, does not necessarily constitute or imply its endorsement, recommendation, or favoring by the United States Government. The views and opinions of authors expressed herein do not necessarily state or reflect those of the United States Government, and shall not be used for advertising or product endorsement purposes.