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  1. 1. May 2013 CLIF Notes 1CLIF NOTES FOR THE FORT DRUM COMMUNITYMay 20131. AMERICAN RED CROSS (ARC)2. ARMY CAREER & ALUMNI PROGRAM (ACAP)3. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS)4. BETTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SINGLE SOLDIERS (BOSS)5. CIVIL AIR PATROL (CAP)6. CHAPEL7. CYSS SCHOOL LIAISON SERVICES (SLS)8. CYSS SKIES9. CYSS SPORTS10. CYSS YOUTH CENTER11. COMMISSARY12. DIRECTORATE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES (DES)13. EDUCATION CENTER14. EXCHANGE15. FAMILY AND MORALE, WELFARE AND RECREATION (FMWR)16. FORT DRUM MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY HOMES (MCH)17. FORT DRUM THRIFT SHOP18. HOUSING19. NORTH COUNTRY SPOUSES’ CLUB (NCSC)20. McEWEN LIBRARY21. MEDDAC22. MONTI PHYSICAL FITNESS FACILITY23. OFF THE BEATIN PATH GIFTS (OTBP)24. PARKS AND RECREATION25. USO - FORT DRUM26. VETERINARY SERVICES27. VOLUNTEER SUPPORT FUND (VSF)1. AMERICAN RED CROSS (ARC) CHERYL DEAN, 315-772-6561• NEW VOLUNTEER ORIENTATION: Will be held on 5 JUNE, 1:00 pm in the ARC Office, RM B1-35 in Clark Hall, please call to sign upor stop by our office.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: www.redcross.orgClick the hyperlinks Email Address: drum@redcross.orgFacebook: ARMY CAREER & ALUMNI PROGRAM (ACAP) LORRIE GULER, 315-772-3284• ACAP SEMINARS: Please call the ACAP Center at 772-3434/3286 to reserve a seat for any of the seminars listed below:Small Business – 4-5 June, 8:00 am-4:00 pmAdvanced Resume –7 June, 9:00 am-11:00 amFederal Resume – 7 June, 1:00 pm -3:00 pmEducation – 18-19 June, 1:00 pm -4:00 pmAdvanced Interview – 21 June 21, 9:00 am -11:00 amNEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: lorrie.s.guler.civ@mail.milClick the hyperlinks Website: ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS) CATHY FERRAN, 315-772-4979 RESILIENCE TRAINING: Module 2: 3 June, 9:30 am – 2:30 pm, ACS. For more information, 772-2848/0470For flier click: HUMAN SERVICES & TEACHING JOB FAIR: 11 June, ACS 9:30 – 11:30 am, For more information, 772-9611For flier click: VOLUNTEER OF THE MONTH CEREMONY: 20 June, 11:00 am – 12:00 pm, The Commons. For more information, 772-2899Click the above hyperlinks to go directly toAgency Section in CLIF NotesSection in CLIF NotesTable of Contents
  2. 2. May 2013 CLIF Notes 2 T2 TOUR: June 26th, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm, leaves from ACS. Get out and explore the North Country. For more information, 772-6566.ACS CALENDAR: including all April events can be found by clicking this link: June ACS Calendar.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: the hyperlinks Facebook: BETTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SINGLE SOLDIERS (BOSS) MICHELLE RODEN, 315 772-7807• RIVERFEST: Will be held on 20 June at Alexandria Bay, New York. Transportation will be provided by Family and MWR fromMagrath Sports Complex. Lunch, boat ride, rock climbing wall, children’s area, and self guided tour of Boldt Castle. Click here for moreinformation.• BOSS AUTO, AUDIO AND MOTORYCYCLE SHOW: Will be held in conjunction with Mountainfest on 26 June 1:00 pm-5:00 pm.Categories include Audio: Sound Quality and Crank-It-Up Bass. Auto: Import, Domestic, SUV, Pickup, and Hot Rod/Classic. Motorcycle:Custom, classic, Trike. The cost is $25 (non-refundable) to enter the Auto, Audio or Motorcycle. The choice of entering into more thanone category is available for $25 per category (non-refundable). Must be signed up NLT 20 June 2013 to participate. Will not beaccepting entries the day of the event. Payments can be made at the Fort Drum Auto Crafts and Parks and Recreation Click here forthe BOSS Center Flier.• BOSS MEETINGS: BOSS Representatives are invited to participate in a BOSS meeting. Here you will learn about upcoming eventsthat BOSS is hosting or supporting, volunteer opportunities and an opportunity to bring up any quality of life issues. Ask your brigadeBOSS Representative when your next meeting is going to be held. Click here for the BOSS Meeting Flier.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: the hyperlinks Email Address: michelle.m.roden.naf@mail.milFacebook: CIVIL AIR PATROL (CAP) CPT ROBERT ORMSBEE, 315-772-4984• INTERESTED IN BECOMING A MEMBER OF THE CAP? The Fort Drum Watertown Composite Squadron conducts junior ROTC typetraining for cadets and Search and Rescue training for adult members. Membership for cadets is open to youths age 12-20 and Adultmembership is open to adults age 18-and up. Upcoming meetings are 7th, 14th, 21st, and 28th June from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm inbuilding M431A.• SEARCH AND RESCUE: NY WING level search and rescue exercises are conducted every two months with Group and Squadronexercises conducted every month.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: the hyperlinks Facebook:!/NY4066. CHAPEL CAROL BURKE, 315-772-4451• INSTALLATION COMMAND CHAPLAIN: A chaplain is always as close as a phone call away at 772-5591. After duty hours, call 772-5647 and ask for the duty chaplain.• THE TRADITIONAL PROTESTANT SERVICE: on 16 June will be held at Remington Park at 10:00AM for a Father’s Day Service andFellowship Luncheon. All are welcome• VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL IS COMING: 9-12 August from 9:00 am -12:00 pm. Call 774-4002 if you would like to volunteer.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: carol.a.burke.civ@mail.milClick the hyperlinks Website: Fort Drum Religious Support7. CYSS SCHOOL LIAISON SERVICES (SLS) MICHELE CARLTON/TERRI SPENCER 772-3214/1311
  3. 3. May 2013 CLIF Notes 3• HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATIONS: The weekend of the 21st - 23rd for all districts with the exception of Immaculate Heart (June 15)and South Lewis (June 29).• NYS REGENTS EXAMS: Will be held from 11 June - 20 June.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: www.drummwr.comClick the hyperlinks Email: or terri.l.spencer6.naf@mail.mil8. CYSS SKIES DEB KENNEDY, 315- 772-6551• GYMNASTICS AND TUMBLING CLASSES: Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday classes; Ages 3 & up. Fees range from $35-$40 permonth. Students will learn basic tumbling skills, physical conditioning, and some work with the balance beam, vault and tumble.Classes for Parent/Totlers, Preschool, and Beginners for ages 6 & up.• TAEKWONDO CLASSES: Tuesdays and Thursdays, Ages 6 & up. Fee is $70 per month. Students learn the martial art oftaekwondo, and progress through belt levels as they learn. 45 minute classes, between 6:00 pm – 8:15 pm each night.• CREATIVE LEARNING SERIES: A fun twist on educational programming – Creative Writing Fun is held Thursdays in June. Learn towrite creatively, and add artwork and design to your writing. Special emphasis on the Journaling to work with the McEwen Library’sSummer Reading Program. Class time is 5:30 pm-7:00 pm. Cost per month for the program is $20 per youth ages 10-18.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: the hyperlinks Facebook: deborah.l.kennedy14.naf@mail.mil9. CYSS SPORTS JON BURNARD, 315-772-4102• POP WARNER FOOTBALL: registration will begin 10 June at 11:30am. Parents can only sign up their children at the new YouthSports Center (Building #P10790). Registration is open for ages 5-12 and the fee per child is $65.00. Practices will be held Mondaythrough Friday, beginning on Thursday, August 1st. Volunteer Coaches applications are due back to the Sports office by July 1st. If wedo not receive enough coaches, we will have to delay the season until further notice.• POP WARNER CHEER: registration will begin 10 June at 11:30am. Parents can only sign up their children at the new Youth SportsCenter (Building #P10790). Registration is open for ages 5-12 and the fee per child is $45.00. Practices will be held Monday throughFriday, beginning on Thursday, August 1st. Volunteer Coaches applications are due back to the Sports office by July 1st. If we do notreceive enough coaches, we will have to delay the season until further notice.• START SMART SOCCER: registration will begin 7 June. The parent tot class is open for ages 3-5. The fee for this program is $20.Classes will begin on 20 July. For more information, click on this link, 2013 Youth Sports Calendar, to view more information.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: the hyperlinks Facebook: Jonathan.m.burnard.naf@mail.mil10. CYSS YOUTH CENTER STEVE FERGUSON, 315- 772-6717• TERM 3 HIRED APPLICATIONS: Applications are due for Term 3 of the Hired Program on 7 June. Term 3 will begin the week ofstarting 30 June and run through 21 September. The program is open for youth 15-18 years of age.• ARMY BIRTHDAY BLOCK PARTY: Will be held on 15 June. The program is open for youth in grades 6th-12th and runs from 2:00pm -6:00 pm of the event is free for members and $5.00 for Non-members. Food, music, games and more! A current school pictureID is required.• END OF SCHOOL BBQ & OPEN HOUSE: Will be held on 21 June. The program is open for youth in grades 6th-12th and runs from6:00 pm -9:00 pm. Come check out all the programs and activities we have scheduled for the summer. There is no cost for thisevent. A current school picture ID is required.
  4. 4. May 2013 CLIF Notes 4NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: the hyperlinks Facebook: steven.a.ferguson.civ@mail.mil11. COMMISSARY PATTY MUSHTARE, 315-772-6185• JUNE GRADUATION PARTY PLATTERS AND CAKES: Place your order for meat and produce platters early before the rush. Pleasestop in a pick up a price list and make your selection. The Bakery will have cakes available for purchase or you can come in and getone decorated to your satisfaction just let us know what you would like on your cake.• GREAT DEALS AT SIDEWALK SALES: The Commissary will have sidewalk sales on Thursday or Fridays weather permitting.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: the hyperlinks Facebook: DIRECTORATE OF EMERGENCY SERVICES (DES) CHIEF JULIAN, 315-772-4483• WATCH FOR CHILDREN: Warmer weather means more Children playing outside… Obey the speed limits and always use cautionwhen operating motor vehicles.• DES BIKE PATROL: will begin at the end of May! We will be involved in many Community Events as well as enforcement activitythroughout the Summer!• USE CAUTION WHEN COOKING OUTSIDE: Check your propane tanks for damage and or leaks prior to using..NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION?Click the hyperlinks Email: todd.m.julian.civ@mail.mil13. EDUCATION CENTER JOE AGRESTI, 315-772-8580• ARMY TUITION ASSISTANCE REINSTATED: effective 10 April. The limits and rules for TA remain as they were prior to thesuspension; there will be no reimbursement for self-funded courses during the suspension. Soldiers are reminded to apply forcourses through the GoArmyEd system at• ALTERNATE SOURCES FOR FUNDING: Army guidance counselors can assist Soldiers in seeking both State and Federal funding,enroll in free or low cost credit by examination programs, or discuss GI Bill issues at the Education Center.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: joseph.a.agresti.civ@mail.milClick the hyperlinks Facebook: EXCHANGE KEN LIMTIACO, 315-773-5631• MAIN STORE: Armed Forces Day Parade, 1 June from noon -4:00 pm “Spring into Summer” cosmetic event will feature summerfragrances, self tanners and bronzers. 8 June: Annual Pet Show Registrations begins at 10:00 am , 8 June: Xbox competition forFather’s day from 1:00 pm- 4:00 pm. Highlighting on a Golfing event! With 1st, 2nd and 3rd place win! 14 June: Flag Day/ArmyBirthday; 15 June: 1:00 pm-3:00 pm Father’s Day Cigar Box Craft for Kids.• MAIN FOOD COURT: Subway- New Smoke House BBQ Chicken Sandwich, Shredded Chicken smothered in tangy BBQ saucetopped any way you like it only $6; Captain D’s- Cajun Fish Tenders Our battered dipped fish tenders tossed in spicy Cajunseasoning; Manchu Wok- Managers Special- Add Chicken or Beef to your fried rice for only $1; Anthony’s Pizza- Hot and Spicy!!Come try our new Boneless buffalo wings or our Hot Hawaiian Pizza perfect to “Spice Up” your day; Charley’s- New Hot Hawaiiansub, Spicy sauce Chicken and pineapple cooked and topped to perfection right in front of your eyes.• EXCHANGE MALL: Gwizz Car Rental- take 10% off weekly rate on Fort Drum only. (minimum 7day rental required. Rate includestime and mileage only.
  5. 5. May 2013 CLIF Notes 5NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: www.shopmyexchange.comClick the hyperlinks Facebook: FAMILY AND MORALE, WELFARE AND RECREATION (FMWR) HAROLD GREER, 315-772-5685• MOUNTAINFEST 2013 FRG FUNDRAISING: An information paper with fundraising applications for sporting events and Division Hillfestivities is available here. Mountainfest will take place on 26 June with a concert and fireworks.• RIVERFEST: 20 June in Alexandria Bay, NY. Click here for the Riverfest Flier.• REMINGTON PARK FAMILY DAY/SPORTS DAY: 24 June at Remington Park.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: www.drummwr.comClick the hyperlinks Facebook: erin.k.barrett.naf@mail.mil16. FORT DRUM MOUNTAIN COMMUNITY HOMES (MCH) MEGAN KLOSNER, 315-955-6810• HOMES AVAILABLE: Brand new four bedroom homes for Junior NCO (SGT-SSG) with short wait times. All Soldiers and Families that do notcurrently live with MCH, or current residents that have had a change in rank or have gained a family member areencouraged to contact the Welcome Home Center for details 315-955-6644. JENL (PVT-SPC) two, three and four bedroom homes also available to newly arriving Families. All Soldiers and Families areencouraged to contact the Welcome Home Center for details 315-955-6644. The Timbers has one and two bedroom apartments available today for unaccompanied Soldiers (SSG and above). Contactthe Timbers Leasing Office 315-777-8000.• BREAKFAST ON THE RUN: Let us say ‘Thank you!’ Tuesday, 4 June starting at 8:00 am, we invite our Residents to swing by one ofthe designated areas in their communities for a great start to their day with a bagel, juice, newspaper and the smiling faces of theircommunity center staff.• SUMMER FEEDING PROGRAM: Beginning on Tuesday, 25 June Mountain Community Homes hosts the Summer Feeding Programthroughout each week. Children 18 years old and under are invited to get FREE lunch through the summer at one of our communitycenters on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 11:30 am-12:30 pm.• LEAVING US SOON: With summer, comes PCS season where many of our Residents move on to their next duty station. Whilewe’re sad to see you go, we want to remind our Residents that you are required to give 30 days notice before your move out date.We DO NOT need a copy of your orders for you to turn in your notice. Get any move out questions answered at a Move OutInformation Session – scheduled weekly at your community centers.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: www.fortdrummch.comClick the hyperlinks Facebook: FORT DRUM THRIFT SHOP MELISSA REXROAD, 315-772-7189• SATURDAY OPENING AT THE THRIFT SHOP: 1 June, 9:30 am-2:00 pm Taking Consignments 9:30-12:15, offering Bag Sales & 50%off sales.• PCSING OR ETSING: We offer PCS/ETS appointments to consignors who have orders within 90 days of arrival or departure. PCSappointments allow a consignor to do a onetime consignment of 70+ items.
  6. 6. May 2013 CLIF Notes 6• VOLUNTEERING AT THE THRIFT SHOP: We offer merchandise discounts and first pick of new merchandise all while gaining retailexperience as benefits of being a Thrift Shop Volunteer! If interested in joining our team and helping support the community juststop in at anytime and speak with a member of management.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Facebook: the hyperlinks Website: http://thriftshopinc.webs.comEmail: thriftshopfd@hotmail.com18. HOUSING BILL BAMANN, 315-772-7256• OFF-POST HOUSING RESOURCES: The off-post rental housing market has multiple vacancies available with lessening demandfrom ongoing deployments as well as more inventory from new construction; as of 16 April 2013 there are over 5% vacancies inrentals being reported from the area’s largest apartment complexes. Go to the Fort Drum Housing website for information and linksto resources. There are some 1,100 new market rental housing units in various stages of construction being delivered now with alarger number ready to occupy starting this June and continuing through 2014.• COMMUNITY HOUSING OFFICE CAN HELP: The Army Community Housing Office at Clark Hall (Rm A2-54) is always available toassist Soldiers with any off-post housing issues. Stop in or call 772-6883/772-9397 to speak to a counselor.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: the hyperlinks Email: NORTH COUNTRY SPOUSES’ CLUB (NCSC) MARY JANSEN, PRESIDENT• UPCOMING EVENTS: include the NCSC Membership Drive and Back to School Bingo - August 2013NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: the hyperlinks Emails: NorthCountrySpousesClub@weebly.comNCSCPresident@gmail.com20. McEWEN LIBRARY ALLEN GOUDIE, 315-772-9099• SUMMER READING CLUB KICKOFF: HAVE BOOK – WILL TRAVEL! Saturday, 15 June, 1:30 pm to 3:00 pm. This summer-long clubis designed to work around family vacations, block leave, and your family’s busy schedule. Open to kids from preschool to 12thgrade. More details will be available at the library and on Facebook beginning 1 June. Club registration begins at our SummerReading Club Kickoff; however, you don’t need to be present to join!NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: the hyperlinks Facebook: Library/269047099442Email: allen.r.goudie.naf@mail.milOnline Card Catalog: or iPhone Access: MEDDAC COL THOMPSON, 315-772-4024• WELCOME NEW COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR: We are pleased to introduce MEDDACs new Command Sergeant Major TheonHart to the team as of 12 APR 2013. CSM Hart and his family are looking forward to having a prosperous relationship with MEDDACand our community.• FURLOUGH SCHEDULE ON HOLD: Modified furlough clinic hours schedule has been put on hold until further notice. Normal clinichours and services will continue.
  7. 7. May 2013 CLIF Notes 7• ARMY PROVIDER LEVEL SATISFACTION SURVEY: Army Provider Level Satisfaction Survey aka APLSS (pronounced APPLES)provides you with the ability to use your voice to help your MEDDAC meet or exceed your health care needs. Each survey returnedcould bring $500 back to the facility to help us improve your service. Surveys are received in the mail to randomly chosen patientswithin 3-5 days after their doctor’s visit. Please remember to keep your demographic information updated with us so that yourvoice can be heard.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: the hyperlinks Facebook: MONTI PHYSICAL FITNESS FACILITY TERRY BUCKLEY, 315-772-4806• WATER AEROBICS: are conducted Monday thru Thursday 9:00 am - 10:00 am. Open to all authorized users.• SWIMMING LESSONS AT MONTI: Soldier Swim Lessons, Tuesday 12:00 pm – 12: 30 pm, Beginner and Non Swimmers, Thursday12:30 pm - 1:00 pm. Lessons are first come, first serve and are limited to 5 participants. No reservations will be taken, except for theday of the lesson by stopping at the pool desk or calling 772-4807.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Website: the hyperlinks Email: terry.l.buckley.2.naf@mail.mil23. OFF THE BEATIN PATH GIFTS (OTBP) CHRIS RYAN, 315-774-0253• OTBP NEW MANAGER: will begin on June 1 Kim Holt.• STRONGEST WARRIOR COMPETITION: will be held on 15 June , application available here.• OTBP AT MOUNTAINFEST: We will be set up and selling at this event. New summer items in stock, stop in or visit our Facebookpage for photos.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Facebook: the hyperlinks Email: OTBPGiftshop@gmail.com24. PARKS & RECREATION EUGENE SPENCER, 315-772-6568• BOATERS SAFETY CLASSES: will be held on 12 June from 3:00 pm- 5:00 pm. You must successful complete this class in order torent any of Parks & Recreations boats. Click her for the Boaters Safety Class Flier.• ATV SAFETY CLASS: will be held 5 and 15 June. Cost is $5 per person to become certified so that you can join us on our ATV Rides!You must be properly dressed for this class wearing long sleeved shirts, pants, boots and gloves. You must pre-register for theseclasses because space is limited. Click here for the ATV Safety Class Flier. ATV Ride at Tug Hill will be held on 1 June. We will bedeparting Parks & Recreation at 9:00 am and returning about 4:00 pm. Please view our ATV Ride Flier for additional information.• AUTO CRAFT CENTER: offers their Orientation Class every Tuesday – Friday at 12:00 pm and 5:00 pm. This class is offered onSaturday’s at 10:00. This is a manditory safety class in order to utilize the Auto Craft Facility. Please see our Orientation Class Flier orcontact the Auto Craft Staff at 315-772-7902 for additional information.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Facebook: the hyperlinks Website: eugene.w.spencer2.naf@mail.mil25. USO - FORT DRUM KAREN CLARK, 315-774-0356
  8. 8. May 2013 CLIF Notes 8• DISCOUNTED "EARLY BIRD" USO BIG BAND BASH TICKETS: are available at while supplies last.• USO FORT DRUM NEW PROGRAMS MANAGER: Carrie Tate-Meyer. Carrie can be reached at . Go to register to become a USO volunteer. New Volunteer Orientation dates are posted on the USO Fort DrumFacebook page, and you can contact Molly Manning, USO Volunteer Coordinator, at if you have questions.• COMING JUNE 6: First ever, Bike Night at the USO. Come on out for a bike-in and enjoy an evening of food and entertainmentwith like-minded motorcycle enthusiasts. The Division Band, Avalanche will perform for your enjoyment.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Facebook: the hyperlinks Email: or usoftdrum@uso.org26. VETERINARY SERVICES CPT JULIE BROWN, 315-772-4278• PET TRAVEL: Pets are required to have a veterinary exam before airline travel, including flights within the U.S. Internationaldestinations have additional requirements, some of which must be initiated 3-6 months before travel. Please contact us (or stop by)for details as soon as you find out about upcoming OCONUS travel.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: the hyperlinks27. VOLUNTEER SUPPORT FUND (VSF) KARYN MINTZ, 315-646-7080• BOARD MEMBERS OPPORTUNITIES: Are you interested in being on the board for VSF next year? Contact VSF at the email below.NEED ADDITIONAL INFORMATION? Email: volsupfund@gmail.comClick the hyperlinks Facebook:
  9. 9. *The Dates to Remember is not an all inclusive list of the wonderful events happening here on Fort Drum. Please take advantage of using the Preview,the Mountaineer, the 10thMountain Division, MWR, ACS Facebook pages, Fort Drum website and other various avenues to learn about all thehappenings here on Fort Drum.As of 4/29/2013DATES TO REMEMBERMay 20135/1 CLIF 1000 The Commons5/2 ACAP Career Fair 1000-1400 The Commons5/3 VSF International Food Festival 1630 The Commons5/8 Fort Drum Information Town Hall Meeting 1030-1200 The Commons5/9 Information Technology Expo 0930-1330 The Commons5/10 Military Spouse Appreciation Day 0900-1500 Remington Park5/12 Mother’s Day Brunch 1100-1330 The Commons5/14 Key Caller Training 1000-1100 ACS1400-15005/15 Armed Forces Day Luncheon 1200 The Commons5/16 Volunteer of the Month Recognition Ceremony 1100-1130 The Commons5/16 NCSC Board Induction & Luncheon 1200 The Commons5/18 Watertown Armed Forces Day Parade 1000 Watertown5/18 17thAnnual Youth Fishing Derby 1200-1600 Remington Park Cranberry Pavilion5/18 USO Big Band Bash 1900-2300 Watertown Elks5/22 Family Support Huddle 1000 Eagles Nest5/23 Division Safety Day Run 0700 Hays Hall5/24 Division DONSA5/27 Memorial Day- Federal Holiday5/28 Furlough Impact Town Hall 1630-1830 The Commons5/29 FRG Leader Training 0900-1300 ACS5/29 Asian American/Pacific Islander Heritage 1130-1300 The CommonsMonth Observance5/29 Informal Funds Class 1330-1430 ACS5/31 Retirement Ceremony 1600 Main Post AuditoriumJune 20136/4 Furlough Impact Town Hall 1630-1830 The Commons6/5 CLIF 1000-1100 The Commons6/5 AUSA Annual Birthday Dinner/Man & Woman 1800-2100 The Commonsof the Mountain Recognition6/6 CARE Team Training 0900-1230 ACS6/7 Fort Drum Education Graduation 1900-2100 The Commons6/12 For Fathers Only Class 0800 ACS6/13 Volunteer of the Month Ceremony 1100 The Commons6/14 Army’s Birthday/Flag Day6/18 Key Caller Training 1400-1500 ACS1700-18006/20 Fort Drum Riverfest Alex Bay6/21 Division DONSA6/24-28 Mountainfest Week6/24 Remington Park Family Day/Sports Remington Park6/25 Annual Mountain Remembrance Ceremony 1000-1100 Memorial Park6/26 Family Support Huddle 1000-1100 Eagles Nest6/26 Salute to the Nation 1700-1800 Division Hill
  10. 10. *The Dates to Remember is not an all inclusive list of the wonderful events happening here on Fort Drum. Please take advantage of using the Preview,the Mountaineer, the 10thMountain Division, MWR, ACS Facebook pages, Fort Drum website and other various avenues to learn about all thehappenings here on Fort Drum.As of 4/29/20136/28 Retirement Ceremony 1600 Main Post Auditorium6/29-7/14 Division Block LeaveJuly 20136/29-7/14 Division Block Leave7/3 CLIF (Summer Break- no meeting) Electronic Distro Only7/4 Independence Day- Federal Holiday7/5 Division DONSA7/9 FRG Leader Training 0900-1300 ACS7/9 Informal Funds 1330-1430 ACS7/16 Key Caller Training 1000-1100 ACS1400-15007/24 Family Support Huddle 1000-1100 Eagles Nest7/24 Civilian of the Quarter Luncheon 1130-1300 The Commons7/25 Mountain Remembrance Ceremony 1630 Memorial Park7/26 Retirement Ceremony 1600 Main Post Auditorium