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  1. 1. FRSA Flash March 29, 2012 FRSA FLASH FRG Meetings / Events HHT FRG Meeting TBD A Troop FRG Meeting/ Easter Party 31 March A Co., 2-10 FRG Meeting TBD B Co., 1-10 FRG Meeting 30 Mar 1900 C Troop FRG Meeting TBD D Troop FRG Meeting TBD E Troop FRG Meeting TBD TF Six Shooters This week’s issue includes Pg 2 = Announcements 6-6 CAV Pg 8 = Events Pg 13 = Upcoming Training Pg 14 = Chapel ServicesFORT DRUM Pg 17 = Things to Do Pg 19= Youth Fun and Activities Pg 20 = Single Soldier Events Pg 23 = FRG Corner Please Enjoy! Contents of this newsletter are compiled from multiple Military Family news sources. Materials presented does not represent the views or endorsement of Task Force Six Shooters, 6-6 CAV or the Army. This material is for personal use of the readers. All readers are encouraged to do further research for all applicable restrictions and guidelines.
  2. 2. Tricare chooses Metlife not United Concordia for dental coverageThe U.S. Government Accountability Office (GAO) upheld a decision to award a $3.1 billion Tricare dentalplan contract to a different insurer, its first change in 15 years. Tricare Management Activity agency at theU.S. Department of Defense decided to give New York, N.Y.-based Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. a $3.1billion dental plan contract rather than United Concordia Cos., based in Harrisburg, Pa. Tricare managers de-cided that the MetLife provider network suited the military insurance program better than United Concordia’snetwork, the Pittsburgh Post Gazette reported. United Concordia, a division of Pittsburgh, Pa.-based High-mark, was the Tricare dental program provider for 15 years.Effective May 1, 2012, MetLife will become the dental carrier for the TDP. MetLife will begin providing den-tal coverage to over 2 million family members of uniformed service active duty personnel, members of theSelected Reserve and Individual Ready Reserve, their eligible family members, and Survivors.Beneficiaries will have access to MetLifes network with over 161,000 dentist access points, and this numbercontinues to grow. Additional information about the contract is available at andbenefit updates are available at NOTE that the change to MetLife is for the TDP program only. The Active Duty Dental Programwill still be administered by United Concordia®. Changes to the TDP will include enhanced dental coverageat a lower premium share than before. MetLife will distribute program information, provider network detailsbeginning in first quarter 2012. Highlights to the benefits and enhancements are listed below:· Coverage of posterior resin (tooth colored/white) fillings· Increase in the annual maximum to $1,300 per enrollee (formerly this was $1,200· Increase in the lifetime orthodontic maximum to $1,750· $1,200 per year for services related to dental treatment due to an accident as de- fined in the TDP handbook· No cost shares for scaling and root planing (deep cleaning) for diabetics· Coverage of an additional (3rd) cleaning for women during pregnancy· Expansion of the survivor benefits to surviving spouse and child(ren)If you would like to check if your dentist is already part of the MetLife network,please click Find a Dentist on the right and search for a DPPO provider. If the den-tist is not a member, dentists can easily request an application on our website fordentists, May 1, 2012MetLife will become the dental carrier for the Tricare Dental Plan.MetLife and United Concordia, the current TDP contractor, are working together to complete the contracttransition activities for MetLife’s start on May 1, 2012. TDP claims with a date of service prior to May 1,2012 will continue to be processed by United Concordia until April 30, 2013. All TDP claims with a date ofservice on or after May 1, 2012 will be submitted to MetLife. Please make note of these important dates toensure timely processing of your TDP claims. The new TDP contract that MetLife will be administering isnot to be confused with the separate TRICARE dental contract that covers eligible uniformed service mem-bers. The Active Duty Dental Program (ADDP) will continue to be administered by United Concordia. Met-Life is looking forward to the opportunity to provide quality dental coverage and oral health educational pro-grams to the more than 2 million TDP beneficiaries, which include the family members of all active duty uni- Page 2 TF SIX SHOOTERS 6-6 CAV
  3. 3. General and Family Dentistry** Please note that this is not a complete list just some within the Fort Drum area.For a list of participating Dentists or for specialists go to and click on the search boxin the upper right. ASPEN DENTAL NORTH COUNTRY 20991 ARSENAL ST NYS RTE 3 CHILDRENS CLINIC WATERTOWN, NY 13601 238 ARSENAL ST Tel 315 785 9620 WATERTOWN, NY 13601 CARTHAGE COMMUNITY Tel 315 788 9834 DENTAL CLINIC SARAH LATIF 3 BRIDGE ST STEPHEN A AHLGRIM CARTHAGE, NY 14319 125 MULLIN ST Tel 315 493 3510 WATERTOWN, NY 13601 CARTHAGE DENTAL CARE Tel 315 782 2241 35761 SAYRE RD SUNSHINE DENTAL CARTHAGE, NY 13619 140 EASTERN BLVD Tel 315 493 6003 WATERTOWN, NY 13601 JEFFERSON DENTAL HEALTH Tel 315 779 8080 19333 US ROUTE 11 THOMAS P MCCUE WATERTOWN, NY 13601 2 S MAIN ST Tel 315 788 7070 PHILADELPHIA, NY 13673 Tel 315 642 0318 LACLAIR FAMILY DENTAL WESTSIDE DENTAL 111 S MECHANIC ST 1116 ARSENAL ST STE 202 CARTHAGE, NY 13619 WATERTOWN, NY 13601 Tel 315 493 1184 Tel 315 779 2222 FRSA FLASH Page 3
  4. 4. ARMY EMERGENCY RELIEF 2012-2013 MG James Ursano Scholarship Program for Dependent Children of Active, Retired and Deceased SoldiersGENERAL INFORMATIONArmy Emergency Relief (AER) is a private non-profit organization with the primary mission of providing financial assis-tance to Soldiers and their dependents in time of valid emergency need. The MG James Ursano Scholarship Programwas established in 1976 as a secondary mission to help Army families with undergraduate college expenses for theirdependent children.SCHOLARSHIP DETAILS• The MG James Ursano Scholarship Program offers scholarships based on financial need as evidenced by informationsubmitted on the FAFSA. The MG James Ursano Program also offers scholarship funds for academic excellence andleadership/achievement.• The MG James Ursano Scholarship Program is not an entitlement and applications are not automatically approved.• The MG James Ursano Scholarship Program will not be awarded to any student for more than four academic years, forsecond undergraduate degrees, or for graduate degree programs.• The scholarship funds are mailed directly to the school and are split evenly between the fall and spring semesters,terms or quarters. The funds may be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies, and school room and board (either on or offcampus).ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA• Student must be enrolled full time as an undergraduate student for the entire academic year at a school accredited bythe U.S. Department of Education. (Because financial need is already met, students attending Service Academies arenot eligible.)• Student must maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale• Student must be a dependent of a Soldier on federal active duty, of a retired Soldier, or of a deceased active or de-ceased retired Soldier o To be a dependent, the student must: Be under the age of 23 (Eligibility ends at the end of the semester/term in which the student reaches their 23rd birthday. Example – turning 23 in December would mean the scholarship would be awarded for fall term ONLY.) Be registered in DEERS Remain unmarried for the entire academic year Not be a member of the National Guard, Reserves, or other active duty military branchDOCUMENTS AND DEADLINES1. APPLICATION – APRIL 2, 2012The 2012-2013 MG James Ursano Scholarship Application is available on our website, WWW.AERHQ.ORG after De-cember 1, 2011, and must be submitted online by April 2, 2012. If it is not possible to submit the application online, apaper application may be requested using the contact information at the end of this document.2. TRANSCRIPTS – APRIL 2, 2012Transcripts must include the student’s fall 2011 grades and cumulative GPA based on a 4.0 scale. Unofficial transcriptsare acceptable as long as they include the student’s name, school name, and cumulative GPA based on a 4.0 scale. TF SIX SHOOTERS Page 4 6-6 CAV
  5. 5. 3. 2012-2013 STUDENT AID REPORT (SAR) – MAY 1, 2012The FAFSA requires an annual application and can be completed at after January 1, 2012, for the2012-2013 Academic Year. The result from the 2012-2013 FAFSA Application is the 2012-2013 Student Aid Report(SAR) which can be downloaded from the FAFSA website and submitted to AER. We require the COMPLETE SAR –lease see our SAR instructions for more information.4. FEDERAL TITLE 10 ORDERS (if applicable) – APRIL 2, 2012If Soldier is Title 10 Active Guard or Reserve, submit a copy of orders showing federal activation for the entire academicyear (August 2012 – May 2013).5. CASUALTY REPORT (if applicable) – APRIL 2, 2012If Soldier died while on active duty, submit a copy of casualty report.SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONSEmail all documentation as PDF attachments to URSANO@AERHQ.ORG by the deadline dates. Documents that arelate, incomplete or illegible will not be accepted. If email is not possible, documents may be mailed to: Headquarters, Army Emergency Relief MG James Ursano Scholarship Program 200 Stovall Street Alexandria, VA 22332-0600If mailed, enclose a self-addressed postcard to receive acknowledgement of receipt. Emailed documents will be ac-knowledged. Please do not email AND mail documents as receipt of duplicate documents delays processingtime. TIME TABLE December 2011 Application available at WWW.AERHQ.ORG April 2, 2012 Application due April 2, 2012 Transcripts due (received by email or postmarked by) May 1, 2012 2012-2013 SAR due (received by email or postmarked by) June 2012 Scholarship Award Letters and Agreements mailed to recipients July 9, 2012 Scholarship Agreements due (received by email or postmarked by) July 10 – 30, 2012 Scholarship funds mailed to schools PLEASE NOTE: AER assumes no responsibility for applications or supporting documents not received by this office ornot received in a timely manner. We do not assume responsibility for items mailed to this address with insufficientpostage and subsequently returned to the applicant by the postal service. All correspon- dence to the student will be sent to the address listed on the application until a change is received in writing to the contrary. We do not assume anyresponsibility for letters from AER not delivered to the applicant. All changes to information fur- nished to AER must besubmitted in writing. DOCUMENTS RECEIVED AFTER THE DEADLINE DATE WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. FRSA FLASH Page 5
  6. 6. FOR DRUM THRIFT SHOP, Inc. Are you PCSing? Are your closets and storage rooms bustingat the seams? Do you have too much junk in the house that youwant to get rid of? Would you like to make some extra MONEYwhile cleaning it out? If you said YES to any of these questions,then you need to head on over to the FORT DRUM GIFT SHOP!Or call 315-772-7189 to set up a PCS appointment! The Fort Drum Gift Shop is your one stop shop to get rid ofall your unwanted items or to acquire more treasures! We take do-nations 24 hours a day in our front lobby or we offer consign-ments daily from 0930-1230. We also offer PCS appointments toanyone who is within 90 days of PCS/ETSing in or out of post.What is a PCS appointment you ask? A PCS appointment allowsyou to do 1 LARGE Consignment Drop Off and you’ll be assured your consignment check will be for- warded to you. The Thrift Shop is OPEN Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays 0930-1400. We are located on old post, Bldg. P55 First St. & Quartermaster Rd. For Sale Specials, Consignment Info or Donation Info call 315-772-7189 or visit us on the WEB @ thriftshopinc.webs.comPage 6 TF SIX SHOOTERS
  7. 7. Local Food Pantries PANTRY SITE ADDRESS PHONE NUMBERCAPC 518 Davidson St. Watertown 782-4900Faith Fellowship 131 Moore Ave Watertown 782-4421Urban Mission 47 Factory St. Watertown 782-8440Adams– Rhode Center 2 E. Church St Adams 232-2621Alex Bay Reform Church Reformed Church 54 Church St. Alex Bay 482-9426 324-5966Antwerp 45 Main St. Antwerp 13608 659-2419Cape Vincent United Church United Church of Cape Vincent 654-4555 260 E. Broadway, Cape Vincent 654-3302Carthage V.E,M. 452 S. Washington St. 493-1341Chaumont Naturally Yours Dried Flowers 649-2424 11933 Academy St, ChaumontClayton St. Mary’s Church 686-5164St. Mary’s Church 521 James St, ClaytonDepauville A New Life A New Life 686-0227 32498 Rte 12, DepauvilleEvans Mills St. Mary’s Church St. Mary’s Catholic Church 629-4683 8412 Main St., Evans MillsLafargeVille Orleans Outreach Orleans Outreach Building 658-2642 LafargeVillePhiladelphia Indian River Baptist Church 628-3122 42 Main St. Philadelphia 1367Redwood St Paul’s Fellowship Hall 482-2914 Redwood 482-4029Sackets Harbor St.. Andrews Catholic Church 646-3341 110 E. Main St. Sackets HarborTheresa Old Methodist Church, Theresa 628-5001 Page 7
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  10. 10. At the Movies Salmon Run Stadium 12 Post Theater Now playing Playing @ 6 Reel Time, Bldg 10725The Hunger Games (PG-13) North Riva Ridge21 Jump Street (R)John Carter (PG-13) Thursday—29 MarJohn Carter (3-D) Safe House (R) - 7pm All Seats for this showing are $1Silent House (R)A Thousand Words (PG-13) Friday—30 MarDr. Seuss’ The Lorax (PG) Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (PG - 13) - 7pmDr. Seuss’ The Lorax (3-D) (PG) Tyler Perry’s Good Deeds (PG - 13) 9:30pmJourney 2: The Mysterious Island(PG) Saturday - 31 MarProject X (R) Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (PG) - 2pmAct of Valor (R) This Means War (PG-13) - 7pm Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance (PG-13) - Starting Friday 9:30pmWrath of the Titans (PG-13)Mirror Mirror (PG) Sunday- 1 Apr Journey 2: The Mysterious Island (PG) - 2pmTitanic 3D (PG-13) Tyler Perry’s Good Deeds (PG-13) - 5pm *Admission for all shows is $4.50 for adults; $2.25 for children ages 6-11; under 5 is free Call 772-5571 for more informationFRSA FLASH Page 10
  11. 11. Recurring Events Sports Office: Sign up for sporting events through the FT. Drum Fitness, Athletics, and Aquatics Sports Office in the Magrath Sports Complex, 772-6663. Rosters are due in advance in order to participate. Water Aerobics—Every Mon, Tue, Thu, & Fri 10:30a—11:30a. Aerobics and Fitness Classes— Mon- day—Friday. Jim Moshier 772-6663. Pine Plains Bowling Center: *Daily Bowling Specials—Bowl a Lunch—Mon-Fri; Bowl Two, Get One Free—Tuesday; All You Can Bowl Wednesdays; All You Can Bowl Cosmic Bowling Thursdays; Pay as you Play Cosmic Bowling Saturdays; Sunday Family Bowling Special; and All-You-Can-Bowl Sunday. Also have Birthday Packages. * Lil’ Skeeter’s BBQ Restaurant is famous for honey smoked barbeques and sauces. Get fresh made pizza & wings. Dine in/take out. Jeanne Layhee 772-6601. Adventure Training: Most trips & events are free or at a nominal fee for Soldiers & guest, call 772-4010 for details. ATV Safety Courses—available by request. Extreme Sports for Recreation & Training— Orienteering. Hunting & Fishing, ATV’s, Sportsman Shooting, Rock/Mountain Climbing, Skydiving, White- water Rafting. Murray Averill 772-4010. Arts & Crafts: Classes are regularly scheduled for crafts such as hand building clay, glass fusion, stained glass, sewing, quilting, knitting, watercolor painting, photography and framing, etc. Studios—are avail- able at a walk in basis for $1 per hour or $4 per day. Retail Store—Art and craft supplies are available in the retail store. Terry Buckley 772-5606 Parks & Recreation: Remington Park RV Campground & Cabins—Reservations 772-5435. Party Equipment Rental—Make your next family or unit function a success. Rent large grills, popcorn, cotton candy and sno-cone makers, inflatable bouncies, tables, chairs, coolers, ice & dunking booth. Leisure Travel Services—Travel Center Discount Tickets—Stop in and check out the available discount tickets for local & out of state attractions. Gene Spencer 772-8222. Tell Fort Drum how they are doing! Let your voice be heard through ICE Comments! ICE is Interactive Customer Evaluation This is where you can provide all types of feedback on various services offered throughout Fort Drum. Visit Enter “Drum” in the search boxPage 11 TF SIX SHOOTERS
  12. 12. March 30 – Right Arm Night – The CommonsMarch 31—Maple Days— 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Sugar Shack on 45th Infantry DriveApril 7 – Volleyball Championships – Sports OfficeApril 8 – Easter Brunch - CommonsApril 10 – Coastie The Coast Guard Boat Visit – McEwen LibraryApril 11 – What Do Peeps Do? – McEwen LibraryApril 13 – 15 – Trip to Washington DC – Parks and RecreationApril 13 – Month Of The Military Child Lock-In – Youth CenterApril 13 – Indoor Paintball – Youth CenterApril 14 – Texas Hold ’Em Tournament – BOSSApril 14 – 4-Person Team Bowling Tournament – Sports OfficeApril 14 – All My Peeps Are In The Library – McEwen LibraryApril 14 – Youth Volleyball Tournament – Youth CenterApril 16 – Resume Writing Computer Lab – Army Community ServiceApril 16 – 20 – Week Long NAF Property Sale – Family and MWRApril 17 – Anger Management Classes – Army Community ServicesApril 18 – Positive Discipline for Children Class – Army Community ServiceApril 19 – Fort Drum Annual Volunteer Ceremony – The Commons FRSA FLASH Page 12
  13. 13. Upcoming Training Family Readiness Classes AFTB Level 1&2 Spring Marathon 9a-4p Apr 16-20 , 2012 @ ACS Key Caller Training 10a-11:30a Apr 11, 2012 @ ACS FRG Leader Training 9a—1p May 14, 2012 @ ACS Informal Funds Training 2p-3p, 5-6p May 14, 2012 @ ACS Key Caller Training 2p-3:30p Apr 11, 2012 @ ACS EFMP Support Group 11:30a-1p Apr 17, 2012 @ ACS NOTE: All classes held in ACS ballroom unless otherwise noted, please call 772-0470/2848 for reservations. *Childcare available for all classes except 5-6pm Informal Funds, childcare information is required 6 business days prior to each class. Let the Financial Readiness Program help get your Financial House into order. Call 772-0050 1st Term Soldier Training 830a-4p Wednesdays Call for Location Budget Management 9a-12p Apr 23 @ ACS Build Own Business Workshop 9:30m-11:30m Apr 10 @ ACS Thrift Savings Plan Workshop 2p-3:30p Apr 10 @ ACS Employment 101 9:30a-11:30a Apr 5 @ ACS Classes Offered Budget Development Every Thursday 1800-2030 @ ACS English for Speakers of Other Lang. Every Tuesday & Thursday 0900-1200 @ ACS Woodworking Safety/Orientation Every Saturday 1000 @ Arts & Crafts Bldg. Ceramics Every Saturday 1100 @ Arts & Crafts Bldg. Guitar Making Class Every Saturday 1300-1600 @ Arts & Crafts EFMP Support Group 2nd Tuesday of each month 1130a @ ACSPage 13 TF SIX SHOOTERS
  14. 14. CHAPEL SERVICES What’s happening at the Chapel?A Chaplain is always as close as a phone call away. After duty hours, call 772-5647 and ask for the duty Chaplain.St. Michael’s Catholic Congregation (772-0160): Catholic Mom’s Group meetsMondays @ 10a at the Main Post Chapel, offering moms an opportunity to gatherfor adult conversation, while their children play in a safe environment. Theology atthe Commons is an informal meeting for adults, held monthly.Military Council of Catholic Women (772-0160): MCCW meets Wednesdays @930a at the Main Post Chapel. The first Friday of the month includes Adoration &Mass. Rosary for Peace meets Wednesdays @ 1130a in the Blessed SacramentChapel. Child Care is available.Protestant Women of the Chapel (772-5591): PWOC would like to invite you tojoin them for fellowship, friendship, and faith. They have bible studies, programdays, movie nights, and other activities. Join them any time. Bible studies are on-going! Free childcare is provided! They come together on Thursdays 0930 at theMain Post Chapel. POC is Meredith at Education (772-5591): Catholic Religious Education Program is heldSundays @ 930a; RCIA meets Sundays @ 1230p. Catholic Youth meets @ 1230 atthe Youth Services Bldg. Protestant Religious Education meets on Sundays @1100a; studies for adults & children. AWANA meets Wednesdays @ 1730p. Teensof the Chapel meet Sundays @ 1730 at the Youth Services Building. Program & Services Catholic Services Catholic Mass Sun @ 1100 Main Post Chapel Catholic Mass Mon-Fri @ 1200 Main Post Chapel Catholic Mass Sat @ 1700 Main Post Chapel Protestant Services The Crossing-Contemporary Sat @ 1800 Family Life & Spiritual Family Ctr Contemporary Service Sun @ 0915 Main Post Chapel Traditional Service Sun @ 0930 Riva Ridge Chapel Gospel Service Sun @ 1230 Main Post Chapel LDS Studies Mon @ 1900 Riva Ridge Chapel LDS Studies Thur @ 1900 Riva Ridge Chapel Jewish Services Lunch and Learn Tue @ 1200 Riva Ridge Chapel FRSA FLASH Page 14
  15. 15. Religious Lenten/Easter Schedule Main Post Chapel (MPC) 10785A Chapel Drive Riva Ridge Chapel (RRC) 10030 Riva Ridge LoopFridays of Lent Catholic Stations of the Cross 1730 MPC5 April Catholic Holy Thursday 1800 MPC5 April Protestant Maundy Thursday 1800 RRC6 April Protestant Good Friday 1200 RRC6 April Catholic Good Friday 1500 MPC7 April Catholic Easter Vigil 2000 MPC (no 1700 Mass)8 April Community Easter Sunrise 0700 MPC8 April Catholic Easter Mass 1100 MPC **All Regular Services Remain Page 15 TF SIX SHOOTERS
  16. 16. Local Places to VisitSci-Tech Center of Northern New York—54 Stone Street, Watertown, NY 13601. Phone: 315-788-1340Web-site: The Sci-Tech Center of Northern New York is a year-round, hands-on mu-seum of science and technology. Adults $4 Children $3 (under 3 free) Seniors (over 55) $2 Family (2 adults)$14. Open Friday & Saturday 10:00am—4:00pm.NYS Zoo at Thompson Park—1 Thompson Park, Watertown, NY 13601. Phone: 315-782-6180. December—February: Open Sat & Sun 10am—4pm (admission not accepted after 3:30pm);Closed Monday—Friday, Christmas Day and News Years Day. Admission is Adults $7; Child (ages 4-12) $4;Children 3 & under FREE; Seniors $5Jefferson County Historical Society Museum— 228 Washington Street, Watertown, NY 13601. Phone:315- 782-3491. Website: Members….FREE; under 5 yrs…FREE; Stu-dents…$4; Adults…$6; Seniors…$5; Active Duty Military & their Spouses…$5. Open Tuesday-Friday 10am—5pm and Saturday 10am—4pm.Showtime Skating—144 Eastern Blvd (located in the Olde Hackett’s Building on State Street). Phone: 315-779-8877. Website: Wednesday & Thurs-day 3p-8p $4.00; Friday 5p-11p $6.00;Saturday 11a-11p $6.00; Sunday 2p-8p $6.00. Includes Skate Rental. Showtime Skating is open for all agesand for anyone looking to have a good and safe time roller skating.Pla-More Lanes— 577 State Street, Watertown, NY 13601. Phone: 315-786-3356. Shoes—$2.25; Monday- Thursday $2.50 per game; Friday-Sunday $3.00 per game;Senior (over 65) $2.25 per game; In House League Bowlers-20% off. Hours of Operation are: Monday thruThursday 1p-5p; Friday 1p-5p & 9p- 11p; Saturday 1p-11p; Sunday 1p-4p FRSA FLASH Page 16
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  20. 20. Single Soldier Events BOSS Bldg. T-2190 - 772-7807 All Soldiers are welcome to stop into the BOSS Center and check out all that BOSS has to offer. Open Wed - Sun 11am - 11 pm. The great room is a large open area with a fireplace, comfortable lounge furniture, large screen TV’s, movie theatre screen with surround sound and gaming stations. There is wireless internet, a cyber lounge, another game room with pool, air hockey and fooseball tables and more TV gaming machines and a large media room with comfortable recliners in theater seating and a giant screen TV. Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament This will be the third of four Fort Drum BOSS Texas Hold’em Tournaments. The tournament is located at the Commons in the Winners Circle. Doors open at noon for tournament registration. The deals will begin at 1 pm, and at that time registration will be closed. Players will be provided a beginning bank of a set amount of chips. Players will continue until they are out.. There is $350 in prize money. This event is open to all Soldiers and DoD Civilians. NO BUY IN FEE Apr 14 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .noon BOSS Gaming Tournament The BOSS facility has gaming systems, controllers, and big screen HD TVs. All we need is you. Compete against the best gamers on Fort Drum playing the newest games. Winners receive prize money! Video Roulette will be played to determine at what game players will be competing . $300 in prize money. Registration from 5 -7 pm. Apr 26 . . . . . . .gaming starts 7 pmFRSA FLASH Page 20
  21. 21. Boss Takes You To The Movies Boss will supply transportation to and from the REEL TIME Theater on Fort Drum. Soldiers must call at least one hour prior to the movie time to schedule a pick up. Soldiers being transported in a BOSS vehicle will be given a discounted admission to the movie and a REEL TIME Express Voucher from the EXCHANGE. Rides are available for Friday and Saturday night movies only. Call 772-7807. Ultimate Fighting Championship Check out the Pay-Per-View UFC Fight Night at the Winner’s Circle Sports Bar. Pre fight activities begin at 9 pm with the main vent beginning at 10 pm. Brought to you FREE by BOSS. Transportation provided to and from Barracks call BOSS. Apr 21 . .UFC 145 - Jones vs EvansPage 21 TF SIX SHOOTERS
  22. 22. Volunteer Opportunities Habitat for Humanity Habitat For Humanity is having a fundraiser this coming week (beginningSaturday 3/31/12) and they are having a hard time finding volunteers. They typi-cally target high school students/youth to help out only because it is an easyfundraiser for them to help with, but accompanied by an adult.Youth is not nec-essary but adult volunteers are also welcome. It is a stick house fundraiser heldat the Salmon Run Mall. We have 3 hour shifts each day for a week, 2 to 3 peo-ple per shift needed. We sell popsicle sticks for $1 and they are hot glued to a 5house frame and the goal is to completely cover the house frame and raisemoney for Habitat to build a "real" home here in our community. If you are in-terested in helping out, please contact Pam Rajner 486-7321. FRSA FLASH Page 22
  23. 23. FRG CornerHHT 6-6 Squadron FRSACecilia Navarro 630-660-0177 Mrs. Tiffany Woods 315-774-1306A Troop 6-6 Staff DutyMeghann Terry 502-797-0429 TF Six Shooters 315-774-1300Amanda Murphy 813-732-1065 Brigade 315-774-1100A Company 2-10 TF Six Shooters ChaplainMelissa Rexroad 315-405-5304 CPT Hurst 315-774-1303B Company 1-10 MFLCAlisha Monette 423-782-9202 Joan UpoleC Troop 6-6 315-608-0584Erin Milas 847-702-2898D Troop 6-6Kim Hill 315-405-8347 Do you know who your FRG leader is? Please check out ourHeather Ketchmark 912-657-4012 list of leaders, find yours andE Troop 6-6 contact them today!Emily Sivula 651-353-6926Julie Moore 989-482-9926 TF Six Shooters Advisors Trish Downey 315-608-1688 Theresa McGuire 315-773-3685