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September 13 network final

  1. 1. Fort Riley Network 26 September 2013 UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO 1
  2. 2. Agenda Organizations Briefer Email Address Phone Number • Domestic Violence Prevention Proclamation signing • Fall Apple Days • CYSS Update • DFMWR Megan Rutledge 785.239.2179 • IACH Ian Mann 785.240.7507 • Chaplain CH (COL) Rauch 785.239.2799 • Corvias Alison Birney 785.717.2210 • DECA Peter Howell 785.239.6621 • Exchange Joann Enecial 785.784.4094 • Junction City John Seitz 785.762.2632 • Announcements • Those Caught Doing Right • Calendar
  3. 3. OCTOBER IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION MONTH Strike Out Domestic Violence! Activities for our Community “A Survivor’s Story” Mildred Muhammad, ex-wife of the DC shooter, talks about her struggle to obtain support and services for her and her children following her ex-husband’s stalking. No cost; all are invited; refreshments will be provided. Thu, 3 Oct, 10am-noon ,Riley’s Conference Center, Ft. Riley, KS 66442 “Strike Out Stigma!” FRG leadership is encouraged to join us for some free bowling at the Fort Riley Bowling alley and domestic violence information. Fri, 4 Oct, 11am-1pm “Dating and Violence Don’t Go Together!” Teens and Parents are encouraged to join us at the Teen Center, Bldg 5800 for a frank discussion on dating and domestic violence. Mon, 28 Oct; 1600-1700 “Dance Against Domestic Violence!” Come Zumba and learn a few things at the same time! The first 30 participants at each 1 hour class free ($2/person after) at King Fieldhouse. Mon, 21 Oct, 10am; Tue, 22 Oct, 6pm; Thu, 24 Oct 6pm Activities for Leaders and Intervention Professionals “Command Group & First Line Responder’s Appropriate and Effective Response” Military leaders at all levels are invited to a presentation by Author and Consultant Lundy Bancroft on responding to the Domestic Violence within your formations. Mr. Bancroft has over 20 years of experience working with batterers. Tue, 8 Oct 9am-noon; Bldg. 6620 Ft. Riley, KS 66442 “The Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence & Combat Related Issues” Glenna Tinney, A retired Navy Captain, Social Worker and former Deputy Executive Director for the Congressionally mandated Defense Task Force on Domestic Violence will speak about the complicated co-existence of Domestic Violence and Combat Trauma. Wednesday, Oct. 30, 0900-Noon. Riley’s Conference Center, Ft. Riley, KS 66442 To sign up for the classes and events above, or to learn more about Domestic Violence, contact Army Community Service at 785 239-9435
  4. 4. Fall Apple Day Festival 2013 Dates: 0900-1500 05 OCT 2013 Purpose: FRKS host Fall Apple Day Festival 2013 to showcase the 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley. Anticipated attendance: 7,000 Location: Artillery Parade Field (APF), Sturgis Field, Tuttle Park Concept: 1. 1 Day Event…5 October, 2013 2. Commercial Sponsors to offset cost 3. 3 Separate locations 4. Historical, Family Life, Current Ops. 5. MWR Activities (ODR, Sports, Arts / Crafts, etc) 6. Vendor Tent, Home Depot Activity Tent 7. HMMWV Ride, Static Displays, MILES Range 8. 20 FRGs conduct Food Sales (5 Oct) 9. 1ID support (180 Soldiers / Equipment) 10. Primary Parking: RCC 11. DPTMS Lead / C2 12. Apple Pie Sales (HASFR) 13. Messaging 2013 Additions: • Mechanical Bull • Human Sphere • Tornado Ride • Mechanical Apple • Internet Café • ATM • Godfrey Shuttle • FADF T-Shirts Tuttle Park 1. Obstacle Course 2. Human Sphere 3. HMMWV Rides 4. Aid Station Artillery Parade Field 1. Apple Pie Tent/Sales 2. Family Life Section 3. Static Displays 4. MWD Demonstrations 5. EOD Demonstrations 6. Band – Entertainment 7. Food Tent 8. Expo Tent 9. Wellness Tent 10. CGMCG Demonstrations 11. Aid Station 12. Historical Re-enactors 13. Command Post
  5. 5. CYSS Update: Youth Sport Whitside North CDC
  6. 6. Volunteer Coaching Process All coaches must undergo a extensive background check. Inquiries are made with Military police, CID, Drug and Alcohol, Family Advocacy, Local Law enforcement, Behavioral & Mental Health, and Military Housing. Prior to practices beginning, all coaches are required to attend NAYS (National Alliance of Youth Sports) coaching certification classes. The curriculum includes effectively dealing with parents, teaching sportsmanship, coaching tips, strength, conditioning, and flexibility training, and first aid. All head coaches are also required to attend Child abuse recognition classes, CPR training, and an orientation to Youth Sports.
  7. 7. Fall Sports Coaches Background Checks CYSS is currently having difficulties getting completed Background checks on fall sport coaches. The two agencies that are backlogged with completing their reports are C.I.D. (Criminal Investigation Division) and Behavioral and Mental Reports. Neither agency is located on Fort Riley. CYSS is also working on other possible solutions to beginning the fall sports season. One option is possibly having cleared CYSS employees serve as practice supervisors for all coaches who are not cleared yet. Another possibility is having DES assist the CID division with their checks if approved by IMCOM. As a last resort, CYSS is also exploring the possibility of having a shorter season with partial refunds, cancelling the entire fall sports season and refunding the families their registration fees.
  8. 8. DFMWR Megan Rutledge
  9. 9. Featured Events
  10. 10. Featured Events
  11. 11. Featured Events
  12. 12. Sport Registration Deadlines Adult Sports: Register by Oct. 3 • CL Volleyball League • Oct. 16- Dec. 11 Register By Oct. 21 • Doubles Racquetball Tourn • Oct. 26th, 8am Family Fun Night @ Eyster • Oct. 19, 7-9pm • $10 per family, $5 per person
  13. 13. Featured Events
  14. 14. Halloween
  15. 15. Featured Events
  16. 16. Featured Events 10 October 2013 / 6:00PM – 8:00PM Location: Army Community Service - Bldg 7264, Normandy Drive  Pre-Registration required by 26 September 2013  Call 239-9435 or email: to register  Free childcare available RSVP by 26 September Current registration with CYSS required Conducted by the Fort Riley Police Department An interactive class to learn strategies to counteract assaults and prepare to take an active role in personal safety through awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance. ACS Outreach Program Presents What can we purchase with APF? NAF ? Informal? Funds How can we raise funds for our FRG? Where do we find guidance on FRG Funds management? Get these and all of your questions answered at FRG Funds Management 101 2 October 2013 9:00am-12:00pm ACS – Bldg 7264, Normandy Drive Register by email at or call 785-239-9435 Who should attend???? FRG Leader/Co-Leaders FRG Funds Custodians FRG Advisors Commanders FRSAs
  17. 17. BOSS Events Email BOSS with questions to October Trunk or Treat • 31 October (THU) 1730-2000 • Commissary parking lot Zombie Toxin • Open during weekends of October • 15 volunteers per night Luau BBQ • Location TBD ??McCormick Park?? ?? Behind Commissary?? BOSS Outreach • BOSS President will visit units to assist with BOSS boards and encourage unit participation September Oktoberfest • 28th September (SAT) 1700-2000 @ the Warrior Zone • Open to All Soldiers 18 and older, must be 21 to drink alcoholic beverages President – SGT Eric Blackmon Vice President- SPC Cody Williams
  18. 18. IACH
  19. 19. How can I avoid getting sick with the Flu this year? • The single best way to protect against the flu is to get a flu vaccine each year. CDC recommends that everyone 6 months and older, especially people at high risk for developing serious complications from flu, get vaccinated each season.
  20. 20. What else you can do… • Try to avoid close contact with sick people. • “wing it” • If you are sick with flu–like illness, stay home for at least 24 hours after your fever is gone (without the use of a fever-reducing medicine). Only exception should be to get medical care or for other necessities. • While sick, limit contact with others as much as possible to keep from infecting them. • Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw the tissue in the trash after you use it. • Wash your hands often with soap and water. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol based hand rub • Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. • More info at
  21. 21. Don’t let influenza take you out of the game this year! Influenza vaccines including nasal Flu-mist will be offered with any appointment with a provider in your Medical Home! You can also walk-in to a nurse in your Medical Home Monday- Friday from 2:00-4:00 pm for your screening and vaccination. Look for opportunities to have children who are beneficiaries vaccinated at school or CDC/SAS! Let us help you stay healthy this flu season! Flu Hotline: 240-4flu (4358)
  22. 22. Suicide Prevention Month • Suicide Warning Signs – Talking about wanting to die or to kill oneself – Talking about feeling hopeless or having no reason to live – Talking about feeling trapped or in unbearable pain – Talking about being a burden to others – Increasing the use of alcohol or drugs – Acting anxious or agitated; behaving recklessly – Sleeping too little or too much – Withdrawing or feeling isolated – Showing rage or talking about seeking revenge – Displaying extreme mood swings – Giving away personal belongings
  23. 23. Behavioral Health Resources • IACH Behavioral Health • Chaplains • RESPECT-Mil • Military Family Life Consults (MFLC) • Wellness Center, Master Resiliency Trainers (MRT) • Military One Source • • Military Crisis Line/Veterans Crisis Line: – By phone: 1-800-273-8255, press Option #1 to connect to a live responder – By text message: send text message to 838255 – By online chat: start at military website (above), follow link
  24. 24. Installation Chaplain CH (COL) Harry Rauch
  25. 25. Good News Club includes: Dynamic Bible Lessons Creative Learning Activities Inspiring Missionary Stories Meaningful Songs When: Thursdays September 26th through October 24th Time: 4:00 - 5:00 p.m. Where: Morris Hill Chapel Who: 1st thru 5th Grade For more information contact Don Ericson, Director of Religious Education, at 239-0979 or at
  26. 26. Local Jewish Congregations Temple Beth Shalom Friday, 7:30 pm Shabbat Service 4200 SW Munson Rabbi Debbie Stiel Topeka, KS 66604 (785) 272-1565 The Rohr Chabad Center for Jewish Life 1203 W 19th St. Friday, 7:00 pm Shabbat Dinner & Service Lawrence, KS 66046 Rabbi Zalmon (785) 832-TORA (8672) Manhattan Jewish Congregation Friday, 7:30 pm Shabbat Service 15090 Wreath Ave. Lay Leader Lead Manhattan, KS 66502 (785) 477-5759
  27. 27. Youth Night- MS/HS Youth meet every Wednesday, 1830 at Morris Hill Chapel POC CH Breckenridge 240-7178/ or Don Ericson, DRE 239-0979/ Marriage Class- offered last Friday of every month at the Family Life Ministries Center from 0900-1500. Lunch provided. Please call 239-3436 to reserve your seat. Protestant Women of the Chapel (PWOC) Weekly PWOC meetings 0900-1130 or 1815-2030 at Morris Hill Chapel For more information email Catholic Women of the Chapel (CWOC) Weekly CWOC meetings 0900-1130 at St. Mary’s Chapel For more information email Upcoming Events
  28. 28. •Fire Prevention Week Oct. 6-12 •The Fort Riley Fire and Emergency Services will be partnering with Corvias Military Living to host kitchen fire safety classes and demonstrations along with static fire truck displays and giveaways at each of the Community Centers. •Demonstrations will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. based on the following schedule: •Monday, October 7 – Forsyth Community Center •Tuesday, October 8, – McClellan Place Community Center •Wednesday, October 9 – Warner Peterson Community Center •Thursday, October 10 – Ellis Heights Community Center •Corvias Foundation •Our Family for Families First Foundation is now Corvias Foundation •Fort Riley grant recipients: •Kirsten Gilmartin •Tahcara Shorter •
  29. 29. •Fallapalooza – Friday, Oct. 18, 3 to 7 p.m. •Forsyth Community Center, 22900 Hitching Post Road •Residents of all ages are invited to join us for Fallapalooza featuring games, activities, face painting and more! •Stroll through the Community Center and marvel at its transformation into a friendly Monster Factory full of surprises and treats. •Winterizing your home •Check heaters and remove/store water hoses and sprinklers •Holiday decorations reminder •Decorations may be displayed 30 days prior to holiday. •Decorations must be removed within two weeks after holiday.
  30. 30. DeCA Peter Howell
  31. 31. Duty First! COMMISSARY • Pre-Furlough Operating Hours • Monday through Saturday 0900 to 2000 • Sunday 1000 to 1800 • Early Bird Hours Continue Monday through Saturday 0700 to 0900 • Self Check-out only – Limited to 40 items or fewer • Personnel Recruitment and increased productive hours has increased registers • September SCAN DOWN days • First one Sept 12 • 50% off specific items: Barlett Pears, Kraft Mayonnaise; Ocean Spray Cranberry Juice; Kellogg’s Fruit Loops; Healthy Choice Chicken Margherita Café Steamers. • Look for new items Sept 18th and 25th.
  32. 32. Duty First! DeCA Sign up for Weekly Coupon Adds Link to Join Mailing List radio button • The Great Eggo Waffle Off Contest • Runs through September in conjunction with Breyers Ice Cream – Recipe Contest • Details on specially marked boxes of 6,8 & 10 count Eggo Waffles containers • Oktoberfest Late September to Early October in line with Deutschland • Featuring discounted German products from Cookies, Chocolates, Sauerkraut, Mustard, and Red cabbage. • “We Are Family” sponsored by Quaker and Tropicana • Presenting a family focused promotion exclusive to military families • Cross Merchandised with $3.00 off produce coupons • 25 Customers worldwide to win “free breakfast” with 10 Products from Quaker and Tropicana brands. * The Great Eggo Waffle Off Contest • “Salute to Service” promotion from Gatorade • NFL Tickets and VIP experience for 32 Winners CONUS
  33. 33. Exchange
  34. 34. Duty First! Main Exchange
  35. 35. Duty First! Services/Express • New vendor in the Mall Game Hounds selling Retro Games and RPG Games. • Express 2 Has Snack Avenue Sampling every Tuesday and Thursday 1330-1430 • Express 2 Oct 31 Having a Halloween Costume contest for Adults and Kids
  36. 36. Duty First! Halloween Event • Halloween Costume Contest for Kids • Pumpkin Carving Contest • Trick or Treating When: 31 Oct 13 Time: 4pm-6pm
  37. 37. Junction City
  38. 38. It’s Happening in JC October 10 6:00 PM Junction Function 2013 Red Carpet Affair Large Cash Prizes, Live & Silent Auctions & Lavish Cuisine October 12 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM Monster Myths by Moonlight Milford State Park 3612 State Park Rd. Milford, KS
  39. 39. It’s Happening in JC Visit for all these events and more! October 29 5:15 PM All Treats Day to Parade begins at 5:30 PM 7:00 PM 2013 Blue Jay Football Schedule September 20: Shawnee Heights September 27: @ Hayden October 4: Highland Park (Homecoming) October 10: @ Topeka W. (Thurs) October 18: Washburn Rural October 25: @ Topeka High November 1: @ Manhattan November 8: Regionals November 15-22-30: Sectionals/Sub-State/State
  40. 40. Geary County Historical Society 530 N Adams Junction City KS October Events October 14- Sunday Cinema: The museum will be showing The Blessings of Liberty and The Statue of Liberty at 2pm. October 19 - Spring Valley Site: open from 10am-1pm. Take a stroll through history and explore the grounds. There are 2 pioneer cabins and a one room schoolhouse. Located at the corner of K-18 and Spring Valley Road. October 31- Trick-or-Treating at the museum from 1-4pm. Admission is free to the museum and all events!!! Call 785-238-1666 with any questions.
  41. 41. The arts are 2013-2014 Performance Season Live Performances Classic Films Community Theatre Art, Music, Fitness & Ballroom Dance Classes 135 W. 7th Junction City Box Office: 785-238-3906 CONNIE DOVER & KELLY WERTS IN CONCERT Oct 20 3:00 p.m. Award-winning folk music standouts share the stage for an unforgettable concert A DOUBLE-HEADER! FIELD OF DREAMS & THE BEST OF ACOUSTIC JUNCTION Oct 26 6:30 p.m. Two opera house favorites in one evening! Come for the classic film starring Kevin Costner, James Earl Jones & Burt Lancaster. After the film, stay for a special edition of our popular free concert series featuring the best regional musicians in a unique acoustic setting
  42. 42. Manhattan
  43. 43. Manhattan Military Relations Committee Upcoming Events • Upcoming Manhattan Events • Pulitzer Prize winning author David Finkel talks about his book, Thank You for Your Service at the K-State Alumni Center Thursday, October 17th from 4:00pm to 5:00pm. • Fort Riley Day at K State: The Wildcats play the Iowa State Cyclones on Saturday, November 2nd for Fort Riley Day this year. Time to be announced. • Veteran’s Day Parade: The Flint Hills Veteran’s Coalition’s Veteran’s Day Parade is Monday, November 11th at 9:30am. • Beyond Glory: The MRC is sponsoring the one man, one night Broadway show, Beyond Glory, staring Stephen Lang at McCain Auditorium on Wednesday, November 13th. Fall MRC Luncheons • October 2, Lt Col Sean Monteiro, Commander, 10th ASOS, US Air Force Hilton Garden Inn • November 6, Mike VanCampen, President Kansas Honor Flights, Four Points by Sheraton • December 4, Jennifer Dixon, Fort Riley Parent to Parent, Holiday Inn at the Campus Manhattan MRC Luncheons are the first Wednesday of the month from 1130 to 1300. Lunch is $15.00 per person. Yellow Ribbon Socials Fall Schedule • October 15, Longhorn Steakhouse, 505 Tuttle Creek Blvd. • November 19, Houlihan’s, 1641 Anderson Avenue • December Family Event, To be decided. Yellow Ribbon Socials are open to the spouse of any deployed soldier. Pay as you go, from 1800 to 2100. Free appetizers. Janet Nichols, Military Community Liaison / (785) 776-8829
  44. 44. Announcements
  45. 45. • The OCSC provides its members a friendly environment to make new social connections with fellow Fort Riley spouses and community members. We offer events and activities which encourage laughter, friendship, and volunteer service. • October 17th – OCSC Country Stampede • November 21st – Make It, Fake It, or Bake It • December 12th – Santa, Snowmen, & Snowflakes January 16th – OCSC Monologues • February 20th – Belle of the Ball Bingo (MHIP) April 17th – Price is Right • May 15th – OCSC Kentucky Derby
  46. 46. BUNKO FOR THE CURE ALL ARE WELCOME TO PLAY!! LIMITED to the FIRST 100 PEOPLE who RSVP and pay! Thursday, October 10th at 6pm @ Riley’s Conference Center Cost: PREPAY ONLY $20 includes $10 towards the Cure and $10 for food and prizes. RSVP by October 7th and pay through our website **Order a “Giving the Boot to Cancer” t-shirt for $10 by September 19th. You can order at our September luncheon or on our website through PayPal! **
  47. 47. Fort Riley Army Spouses Choir •Bringing spouses together in song •Open to all Fort Riley Army spouses with any level of musical ability •Rehearsals are every Thursday evening, 6 to 8:30 •To join the choir, or to arrange for a choir performance, please contact us at
  48. 48. CALENDAR
  49. 49. October 2013 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 7am XQuest; KFH 10-Noon Key Caller Class; ACS 1130-4pm WTB Town Hall; ACS CG PayDay Scramble 2 9-1130Money Management 101; ACS 1-145pmEmployment Readiness Orientation 3 830-430pm Financial Education; ACS 1-3pm Army Federal Job Applications;ACS Command Spouse Training Seminar; ACS 10-12pmA Survivors Story 4 4-31 Oct; Zombie Toxin Haunted House; JC 11-1pmStrike Out Stigma 5 Fall Fest (Apple Days) 730am Volksmarch Fun Run; Riley’s Youth S&F Geocaching Challenge 7pm Comedy Night; Rally’s Ogden Fall Festival (1130-1) 6 7 1-2pm Sponsorship Training; ACS 4-5pm Dating and Violence Don’t Go Together, Teen Center 8 9-Noon Love & Logic (3-7yrs) 6-8pm Encourage Early Literacy 10-12pmCommand Group & First Responders Appropriate and Effective Response, CYSS 9 10-Noon Scream Free Parenting PT 1 9-1130 Money Management 101; ACS 1-145pm Employment Readiness Orientation 2-4pm ERP Workshop by Request ;ACS Army Family Action Plan 10 6-8pm ACS Survival & Defense Class 1-3pm Army Federal Job Applications;ACS 11 10am Customer Appreciation Golf Tournament 5-6:30 pm USO No Dough Dinner Division Training Holiday/RDO 12 Konza Prairie Hike Rollin Hills Zoo Pumpkin Patch PaZoola 9 am Eisenhower Wreath Laying 3-6-9 Bowling Tournament 630pmMovie Night; Library 13 14 3pm & 6pm Columbus Day Observance with “The New World” ; WZ Columbus Day 15 16 10-Noon Scream Free Parenting PT 2 9-1130 Money Management 101; ACS 1-145pm Employment Readiness Orientation 17 430-530pm CYS Mother Daughter Tea Party 1-3pm Army Federal Job Applications;ACS 18 8-1530FR Retiree Appreciation Day 19 Noon Mega Bingo; Rally’s 7-10pm Family Fun Nights Night Flyer Shoot 10-Noon Fall Fest Pumpkin Patch ; ACS Rolling Hills Zoo Senior Safari Days 1pm Release Party; WZ 10-1pm Springvalley Historic Site 20 10am Fort Riley Autocross; Marshall Airfield 10-1700 SCCA 21 10am Dance Against Domestic Violence 22 2-6pm Fall Career Fair; ACS 23 10-Noon Scream Free Parenting PT 3 9-1130Money Management 101; ACS 1-145pmEmployment Readiness Orientation 24 1-3pm Army Federal Job Applications;ACS 25 6pm Release Party; WZ RDO 26 6-8pm Trunk or Treat; Library 8am Doubles Racquetball Tournament; KFH & Long Zombie Paradise Paintball Shootout 5-9pm Kids Halloween Bowling Party 27 2pm Family Bingo; Rally’s 28 29 OCSC Spooky Tasting at OZ Winery 6-730pmVolunteer of the Quarter Ceremony, RCC 30 9-1130Money Management 101; ACS 1-145pmEmployment Readiness Orientation 5-6:30 pm USO No Dough Dinner Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence & Combat Related Issues 31 Fort Riley Network 1pm; RCC 5-7pm Trunk or Treat; Commissary Parking Lot 1-3pm Army Federal Job Applications;ACS 6pm Rocky Horror Picture Show Movie Showing; WZ Black = MWR Event Red = Community Event Fall Carnival 3-6 Oct; Rally’s Fall Carnival 3-6 Oct; Rally’s Fall Carnival 10-13 Oct; Rally’s Fall Carnival 10-13 Oct; Rally’s 9-430pm 24/7 Dad Workshop 9-3pm Army Family Team Building Level 1 BOSS Grandpa Boone’s Fishing Trip
  50. 50. November 2013 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Black = MWR Event Red = Community Event 1 CG PayDay Scramble Red Cross Blood Drive 2 Army/Air Force Football Game 8-4pm IBEX Climbing Gym Rolling Hills Zoo Senior Safari Days Custer Hill Golf Course Last Stand 7pm Comedy Night; Rally’s Fort Riley Day @ Bill Snyder Family Stadium 3 4 1-2pm Sponsorship Training; ACS 10-Noon Care Team Training; ACS 5 OCSC Manhattan Clue at 4 Olives Bar 2-4pm Love & Logic PT 1 (8- 12yrs) 6pm Release Party; WZ 7-10pmGuy Fawkes Day; WZ 6 9-1130Money Management 101; ACS 1-145pmEmployment Readiness Orientation 2-630pmSponsorship Award Ceremony, RCC 10 Operation Santa 7 830-430pm Financial Education; ACS 1-3pm Army Federal Job Applications;ACS 8 Division Training Holiday/RDO 9 11-530pm Butterball Blast Rolling Hills Zoo Go Orange for Orangutans Day 630pmMovie Night; Library 10 The “O” Challenge at Lake Adventures Racing; Milford 11 3pm Veterans Day Remembrance; WZ Veterans Day 12 2-4pm Love & Logic PT 2 (8-12yrs) 13 130-430pm Oh! Oh, Baby It’s Your Day! 9-1130 Money Management 101; ACS 1-145pm Employment Readiness Orientation 2-4pm ERP Workshop by Request ;ACS 5-6:30 pm USO No Dough Dinner 14 0830-1400 FR Army Educational Fair 1-3pm Army Federal Job Applications;ACS Red Cross Blood Drive 15 16 7-8pm Family Fun Nights Youth S&F Ice Skating in Kansas City 630pm Dueling Pianos 40-Frame Game Tournament; Bowling 17 2pm Family Bingo; Rally’s 3 MCEC Parent to Parent Reading 18 1030-Noon Its Not as Hard as You Think 19 2-4pm Love & Logic PT 3 (8- 12yrs) 10-Noon Funds Custodian Traning; ACS 20 9-1130Money Management 101; ACS 1-145pmEmployment Readiness Orientation 21 10 German-Italian Memorial 1-3pm Army Federal Job Applications;ACS 430-530 Fall Fest ;CYS 22 Little Apple BDE Ball 23 1-3pm Thanksgiving Craft Party; Library 8am Turkey 2-Miller Fun Run 24 KC Chiefs Mil App Night 25 26 27 9-1130Money Management 101; ACS 1-145pmEmployment Readiness Orientation BOSS Turkey Ganza 8am Turkey Bowl Flag Football Tournament 28 BOSS Turkey Ganza, WZ Thanksgiving 29 Division Training Holiday/RDO 30 9-Noon FRG Leaders Training; ACS 9-3pm Army Family Team Building Level 2 Veterans Day Golf Appreciation … … Golf Appreciation cont’d Veterans Day… …Appreciation Bowling BBQ 4 the Troops (Military Family Appreciation) 12-16 Turkey Bowl 11-5pm
  51. 51. December 2013 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 3 4 (T) Forsyth Chapel Ribbon Cutting 5 Chrsitmas Tree Lighting; Ware Parade field 6 7 Christkindle Market; RCC Tour of Homes 8 630-830pm Library Movie Night 9am Holiday Hoops Basketball Tournament 9 10 11 12 5-6:30 pm USO No Dough Dinner 53rd Combined Graduation Ceremony 13 RDO 14 1ID Band/ JC Community Band Holiday Concert 15 1-3pm Santa at the Library 9am Holiday Hoops Basketball Tournament 16 12-6pmBowling with Santa 17 18 19 20 21 22 130-4pmFamily Climb Time 23 24 Division Training Holiday/RDO 25 Christmas 26 27 28 29 30 31 Division Training Holiday/RDO Red = Community Event
  52. 52. Closing Remarks