Fort Riley Network31 May 2013UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO1
Garrison CommanderCol William Clark
Topics-Scholarships from DECA-Community Service Survey-Furlough ScheduleFeedback-School Physicals-TRICARE Transitions-RCC ...
Duty First!DeCA• Scholarships for Military Children• Administered by the Fisher House Foundation• More than $9.3 million f...
Michael Huff/ PAI/239-2241 5UNCLASSIFIED//FOUODuty First Fort Riley Garrison Requests Your Opinion on Area Programs and S...
Furlough Schedule6S M T W T F S S M T W T F S1 (12) 1 2 3 4 5 62 3 4 5 6 7 8 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 (15)9 10 11 12 13 14 15 (13...
AgendaDFMWR Carla Hesley carla.i.salashesley@us.army.mil 785.239.2179Safety Ron Clasberry ronald.clasberry@us.army.mil 785...
DFMWRCarla Hesley
Dads Make a Difference Month
Featured Events
Featured EventsJun 1 – SNAG Golf AcademyJun 22 - Summer Open$35 Per Person, 1-person scrambleJun 24-28 -Get Golf ReadyJun ...
Featured Events
Featured Events
Automotive Skills CenterWIN a roadside emergency kit! Follow the link andfill out the survey for our Automotive SkillsCent...
Sport Registration DeadlinesYouth Sports:Jun 14 – Family Fitness Night DiscGolf, Register by Jun 12Jun 14-15 – Camping Tri...
Military SpouseAppreciation Bacon HallWinner• IHG Fort Riley Army Lodging sponsored a weekend stay at Bacon Hall• Paul Olt...
BOSS EventsEmail BOSS with questions to BOSS@rileymwr.comBOSS BBQ in 1st BDE Footprint• June 22nd, 1400-1800• FREE BBQ (Ho...
Victory Week MotorcycleGiveaway•1 ENTRY PER PERSON•The Soldier must be present at the Victory Week SportsAward Ceremony at...
Safety
251st Infantry Division & Fort Riley SafetyAwareness Fair• Focus Awareness training for all Soldiers and DA Civilians Re...
DPTMS
Symphony in the Flint Hills 2013Date: 15 June 2013Purpose: Fort Riley hosts eighth annual Symphony in theFlint Hills, cele...
IACHIan Mann
Select SLIDE MASTER to Insert Briefing Title HereSchool and Sports Physicals 2013• 180 Physicals were done at FRMS May 15t...
With online services fromArmy Medicine SecureMessaging Service youcan:• Book appointments• Request / review lab andtest re...
Select SLIDE MASTER to Insert Briefing Title HereTRICARE Transition• April 1, 2013 – Transition from TriWest toUnitedHealt...
DeCAPeter Howell
Duty First!Sequestration• Earlier Proposed Hours of Operation Changes Tabled• Commissaries Closing on Mondays starting 8 J...
Duty First!• WE WANT YOU!• Hiring Freeze Lifted• Recruiting as Rapidly aspossible• Sales Store Checkers• Store Workers• In...
• Noted grilling celebrities the BBQ Queens will visit FortRiley and demonstrate delicious ways to prepareAmerica’s favori...
• Noted grilling celebrities the BBQ Queens are visitingFort Riley to demonstrate how delicious potatoes arewhen prepared ...
Corvias
•Pools are open!•Regular hours are:•Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.•Sunday 1 to 6 p.m.•Holiday hours will be posted•Rule...
•Our Family for Families First – scholarship recipient•Congratulations to Alexis Mitchell-Dugan, graduate ofJunction City ...
Exchange
Duty First!Main Exchange• Fathers day Specials throughout thestore the 14-16th of June• New expanded Michael Korrs concept...
Duty First!•July 27 2012 at 1400 hours at thePX•Preschool to College age•Sign up to be in the fashion showstarting now.•Se...
Duty First!Services• Gospel Singer LatrelMaloy coming toExchange Mall area May31- June 5th
ChaplainCH Rauch
For more information, to volunteer, or to register,please contact Roxanne Martinez at240-1443roxanne.g.martinez.civ@mail.mil
Weekly Luncheon Bible Study- Every Wednesday, 1200-1300 @ USOPOC- CH Adriatico 239-9530 or CH Ball 240-3855Momentum Youth-...
Announcements
Junction City
Sundown Salute 2013will be a five day event beginningon July 3 and ending onJuly 6, 2013..
2012 included the following activities with 2013 adding these additional acts:Traditional Food ShoppingParade Food Vendors...
C.L. HOOVER OPERA HOUSESUMMER 2013 EVENTSWORLD DANCE CLASSTues & ThursJuly 9 – Aug 1 10:00 amInstructor Tiffany Dozier is ...
Red Cross
Our thoughts and sympathy are with everyone in Oklahomaimpacted by the tornadoes. The Red Cross is providing food,shelter ...
Or www.redcrossblood.orgOur thoughts and sympathy are with everyone in Oklahomaimpacted by the tornadoes. The Red Cross is...
Start Something BIG for aLITTLE in our program!Big Brothers Big SistersMilitary Mentoring Program519 PierreManhattan, KS 6...
CALENDAR
June 2013Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday SaturdayBlack = MWR EventRed = Community Event19-3pm Ironman Shoo...
July 2013Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday SaturdayBlack = MWR EventRed = Community Event1230-430pm Sponsors...
August 2013Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday SaturdayBlack = MWR EventRed = Community Event11-3pm Army Feder...
Closing Remarks
May 13 Ft. Riley Network Slides
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Network meeting going to the last Thursday of the month at 1pm the next Network meeting 27 June 1pm If childcare is needed please contact Staci Dumas at stacie.r.dumas.civ@mail.mil



• Asking for assistance for everyone to take a community service.

• DOD furlough begins 18 July every Friday until 27 September

• Jun 29 - SNAG Golf Academy- Golf lessons for kids contact Custer hill golf course for details

• Flint Hill symphony -if you would like tickets there are 200 avaliable 1-816-471-0400.

• Sports physicals are being affected by the furlough. Be sure to get physicals before 19 July. Contact 785-239-DOCS.

• Looking for employment ? The commissary is hiring to apply go to WWW.USAJOBS.GOV Search site for “Defense Commissary Agency”

Sign up to be in the fashion show starting now. Preschool to College age

See Admin assistant at main store.

July 27 2012 at 1400 hours at the PX

• Starbucks now serves hot sandwiches

• See schedule for The JC Brigade baseball team

• Gospel Singer Latrel Maloy will be at the Exchange Mall area May 31- June 5th

• Tonight is the Relay for life at the JC high school from 7pm to 7am

• Red cross blood drice – Appointments are incouraged-1-800-733-2767 #2

Another blood drive in August

• Looking for runners for 5 K walk/run . First 50 who sign up will receive a free ticket to the concert. See flyer

• Country stampede is still looking for volunteers contact

• BOSS Soldiers...here is a great opportunity to help out the tornado victims

in Moore, OK. RocknRudy (SSG Ben Rudy) is coordinating drop off points in

the Manhattan/Junction City area for donations for 1 June through 8 June

from 9am to 9pm. So far the Manhattan drop off point will be the Staples.

Other sites will be determined today.

On the 15th of June, They will be driving those items to Oklahoma. Follow

this link for more information!

http://rocknrudy.com/Horse_Jumps_Plaques_2.html






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May 13 Ft. Riley Network Slides

  1. 1. Fort Riley Network31 May 2013UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO1
  2. 2. Garrison CommanderCol William Clark
  3. 3. Topics-Scholarships from DECA-Community Service Survey-Furlough ScheduleFeedback-School Physicals-TRICARE Transitions-RCC Food Truck-Crosswalk at WarriorZone
  4. 4. Duty First!DeCA• Scholarships for Military Children• Administered by the Fisher House Foundation• More than $9.3 million for 6,029 scholarships to date• Funded by our Manufacturers and Vendors• This Year our recipients were sponsored by Reynolds Consumer Goods• 4 Recipients• Carried a minimum 3.0 GPA• Open to Qualified Sons or Daughters of an ID Holder• Graduating High School this year or Enrolled in a 4-Year College• Write an Essay – How one of our Country’s First Ladies (Since 1993)made an impact on a social issue in the United States
  5. 5. Michael Huff/ PAI/239-2241 5UNCLASSIFIED//FOUODuty First Fort Riley Garrison Requests Your Opinion on Area Programs and Services Results will Be Shared at Future FRAB and Network Group Meetings Survey Link Provided Below Allows For Your Input With Brief Online SurveySurvey Link:Garrison Community Service Review Surveyhttps://www.surveymonkey.com/s/D33RDK7
  6. 6. Furlough Schedule6S M T W T F S S M T W T F S1 (12) 1 2 3 4 5 62 3 4 5 6 7 8 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 (15)9 10 11 12 13 14 15 (13) 14 15 16 17 18 19 2016 17 18 19 20 21 22 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 (16)23 24 25 26 27 28 29 (14) 28 29 30 3130S M T W T F S S M T W T F S1 2 3 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (19)4 5 6 7 8 9 10 (17) 8 9 10 11 12 13 1411 12 13 14 15 16 17 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 (20)18 19 20 21 22 23 24 (18) 22 23 24 25 26 27 2825 26 27 28 29 30 31 29 305 daysCORE11 Day Furlough ScheduleJun-13Aug-13 Sep-13Jul-13ALL HOLIDAY PPE DATES 1ID Tng Holiday/All off• Exceptions for protection of Life, Health, Safety and Property• NAF Employees?
  7. 7. AgendaDFMWR Carla Hesley carla.i.salashesley@us.army.mil 785.239.2179Safety Ron Clasberry ronald.clasberry@us.army.mil 785.240-4748IACH Ian Mann ian.a.mann@us.army.mil 785.240.7507Corvias Michelle Geering michelle.geering@corvias.com 785.717.2210DECA Peter Howell peter.howell@deca.mil 785.239.6621Exchange Joann Enecial enecialj@aafes.com 785.784.4094Chaplain COL Rauch harry.a.rauch.mil@mail.mil 785.239.2799Junction City John Seitz john.seitz@junctioncitychamber.org 785.762.2632AnnouncementsCalendar
  8. 8. DFMWRCarla Hesley
  9. 9. Dads Make a Difference Month
  10. 10. Featured Events
  11. 11. Featured EventsJun 1 – SNAG Golf AcademyJun 22 - Summer Open$35 Per Person, 1-person scrambleJun 24-28 -Get Golf ReadyJun 29 - SNAG Golf Academy
  12. 12. Featured Events
  13. 13. Featured Events
  14. 14. Automotive Skills CenterWIN a roadside emergency kit! Follow the link andfill out the survey for our Automotive SkillsCenter and be entered in a drawing to win aroadside emergency kit. Just in time for summerroad trips and vacations!http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/MCNNWRT
  15. 15. Sport Registration DeadlinesYouth Sports:Jun 14 – Family Fitness Night DiscGolf, Register by Jun 12Jun 14-15 – Camping Trip atMilford Lake Grades 4-5, Registerby Jun 7
  16. 16. Military SpouseAppreciation Bacon HallWinner• IHG Fort Riley Army Lodging sponsored a weekend stay at Bacon Hall• Paul Oltmanns, IHG General Manager, presents the weekend stay to theMilitary Spouse Appreciation Recipient
  17. 17. BOSS EventsEmail BOSS with questions to BOSS@rileymwr.comBOSS BBQ in 1st BDE Footprint• June 22nd, 1400-1800• FREE BBQ (Hot Dogs, Burgers, Ribs and more!)• Music Provided by BOSS• Bungee Run Competition• Volleyball Competition• Horseshoes Competition• Flag Football Competition• Gift Cards given to winners!BOSS BBQ, CAB Footprint (T)• July 13th, 1400-1800• Details to follow!Volunteer Opportunities• June 7th, Titan Fight• June 23rd-July 3rd- Country Stampede• Jul 4th-7th, Sundown SaluteMay Volunteer Results:25 total volunteers at 3 eventsBOSS BBQ May Results:100 Soldiers Fed; $100 in Gift Cards given outLas Vegas Trip Results:27 Soldiers traveled and enjoyed trip
  18. 18. Victory Week MotorcycleGiveaway•1 ENTRY PER PERSON•The Soldier must be present at the Victory Week SportsAward Ceremony at Custer Hill Parade Field on 13 June.• Winner will take ownership of the motorcycle at BriggsSupercenter & will need a motorcycle license & insurance to doso.•Spouse of Deployed Soldier MAY enter FOR Soldier withDependent ID and Deployment Orders at time of winnerverification.•Must have Basic Motorcycle Safety Course completed prior toreceiving the motorcycle.•Register to win at the gyms and the Warrior Zone.•Drawing ends 11 June2006 BlackHondaShadow 750cc
  19. 19. Safety
  20. 20. 251st Infantry Division & Fort Riley SafetyAwareness Fair• Focus Awareness training for all Soldiers and DA Civilians Reduction of weather and exertion related injuries Reduction of Off Duty injuries Positively impact safety culture Supports FRCP & IMCP• Date/Time/Location: June 3-7, 0900-1600, Unit/Directorate level safety training Safety Fair – June 7, 0830-1500, Fort Riley Conference Center• Concept of Operation (Unit/Directorate Level) Unit Focus - POV Inspections, FORSCOM Risk Reduction Tool,CRM for Leaders, Severe Weather Directorate Focus - Accident Reporting, Industrial Safety• Concept of Operation (Safety Fair) Media Campaign (Riley TV, Articles, Social Media, Facebook) Combined effort between GSO and DSO 101 Days of Summer/Ready Army/Off Duty Safety/Recreation Safety Demonstrations/Booths/Awareness/Handout, Food AtHoc• Message to the Public Accidents are preventable On/Off Duty 1st Infantry Division &Fort Riley cares about Safety
  21. 21. DPTMS
  22. 22. Symphony in the Flint Hills 2013Date: 15 June 2013Purpose: Fort Riley hosts eighth annual Symphony in theFlint Hills, celebrating history, nature and the partnershipbetween Fort Riley and communities of the Central Flint HillsRegion.Locations: Artillery Parade Field, Cavalry Parade Field, 1stTerritorial CapitalConcept:1. 1 Day Event …15 June2. Symphony in the Flint Hills Sponsors3. Fort Riley Hosts4. 8000 attendees on Historic Main Post5. Education Events (Daytime) Open to the Public (Free)- Historic Main Post Tours (Chapels, Custer House, Qtrs 4)- Museum Tours- Environmental Discussion (Flint Hills, Native Grasses)- Environmental Tours (Kaw River)- 1ID Brass Quintet- Artwork- CG Mounted Color Guard Demonstrations / Encampment- Governor’s Day activities at 1st Territorial Capital6. Symphony (Evening) Ticketed Event (Sold Out)- Kansas City Symphony- Dancing- Food / Drink- Stargazing / Story Telling
  23. 23. IACHIan Mann
  24. 24. Select SLIDE MASTER to Insert Briefing Title HereSchool and Sports Physicals 2013• 180 Physicals were done at FRMS May 15th and16th!• There are about 4,000 school and sportsphysicals projected for the 2013 school year.• Expect limited availability this year, plan ahead!• Weekday Offerings throughout the summer.•Appointments available now!•Call 239-DOCS (3627) for your appt.
  25. 25. With online services fromArmy Medicine SecureMessaging Service youcan:• Book appointments• Request / review lab andtest results• Request medication refills• Request a referral• E-Mail your healthcareprovider with a questionStarting 2 May 2013A remedy for the commonwaiting room…To register for online services visit with your care teamadministrator. Sign up today and start making your lifeeasier.It’s healthcare that clicks…
  26. 26. Select SLIDE MASTER to Insert Briefing Title HereTRICARE Transition• April 1, 2013 – Transition from TriWest toUnitedHealthcare Military & Veterans• May 3 – June 18 – MTF processing andmanaging the referrals from MTF to Network (NW)providers• Blanket authorization process•Referral Management Center (RMC) at IACH –only location to pick up a referral to go to theNW• June 19 – Target date for UHCM&V to pick up100% responsibilities of the contract
  27. 27. DeCAPeter Howell
  28. 28. Duty First!Sequestration• Earlier Proposed Hours of Operation Changes Tabled• Commissaries Closing on Mondays starting 8 July 2013•Will be closed up to 30 September 2013• Does not necessarily add more open lanes to the Days we are open• Every Commissary Employee has or is being issued Proposed FurloughNotices to coincide with this affect.• New Schedule if not Averted by 8 July 2013•Sunday - 0900 to 1800•Monday – CLOSED•Tuesday – 0900 to 1900•Wednesday 0900 to 1900•Thursday - 0900 to 1900•Friday - 0900 to 1900•Saturday - 0900 to 1900Early Bird Hours to ContinueTuesday through Saturday
  29. 29. Duty First!• WE WANT YOU!• Hiring Freeze Lifted• Recruiting as Rapidly aspossible• Sales Store Checkers• Store Workers• Interested – Go toWWW.USAJOBS.GOV• Search site for “DefenseCommissary Agency”Long Lines?
  30. 30. • Noted grilling celebrities the BBQ Queens will visit FortRiley and demonstrate delicious ways to prepareAmerica’s favorite vegetable on the grill – just in timefor the Fourth!• Special appearance and sampling event will take placeon Saturday, June 29th from 11am-2pm outside FortRiley commissary• BBQ Queens will be grilling up a special treat for FortRiley shoppers – Flame-Licked Fingerlings made withtheir special Spud Rub• Event attendees will get to sample these deliciouspotatoes, chat with the BBQ Queens and enter for achance to win an autographed copy of their latestcookbook!
  31. 31. • Noted grilling celebrities the BBQ Queens are visitingFort Riley to demonstrate how delicious potatoes arewhen prepared on the grill – just in time for the Fourth!• Special appearance and sampling event will take placeon Saturday, June 29th outside Fort Riley commissaryfrom 11am-2pm• BBQ Queens will be grilling up a special treat for FortRiley’s shoppers – Flame-Licked Fingerlings made withtheir sensational Spud Rub• Attendees will enjoy savory potato samples, get greatgrilling tips from the Queens and enter for a chance towin an autographed copy of their newest cookbook!
  32. 32. Corvias
  33. 33. •Pools are open!•Regular hours are:•Monday-Saturday 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.•Sunday 1 to 6 p.m.•Holiday hours will be posted•Rules of Use are available online or ateach Neighborhood Office•Resident Appreciation Celebration•Monday, June 24•Breakfast on the Go – Corvias employees will be at various intersectionsthroughout all neighborhoods handing out free breakfast to residents•8 a.m. while supplies last
  34. 34. •Our Family for Families First – scholarship recipient•Congratulations to Alexis Mitchell-Dugan, graduate ofJunction City High School•Tuttle and Thomas Avenues – closed to through traffic•Now through mid-August 2013 due to construction activities in the WarnerPeterson neighborhood•Detour signs will be in place•PCSing soon?•Remember to provide at least 30-days written notice and a copy of orders toyour Neighborhood Office
  35. 35. Exchange
  36. 36. Duty First!Main Exchange• Fathers day Specials throughout thestore the 14-16th of June• New expanded Michael Korrs conceptshop coming soon• New addition to the store: Main storewill be switching from Hallmark toAmerican Greetings cards
  37. 37. Duty First!•July 27 2012 at 1400 hours at thePX•Preschool to College age•Sign up to be in the fashion showstarting now.•See Admin assistant at mainstore.Back to School Fashion Show
  38. 38. Duty First!Services• Gospel Singer LatrelMaloy coming toExchange Mall area May31- June 5th
  39. 39. ChaplainCH Rauch
  40. 40. For more information, to volunteer, or to register,please contact Roxanne Martinez at240-1443roxanne.g.martinez.civ@mail.mil
  41. 41. Weekly Luncheon Bible Study- Every Wednesday, 1200-1300 @ USOPOC- CH Adriatico 239-9530 or CH Ball 240-3855Momentum Youth- On Summer Break until late July. POC Rick Hernandez 785-712-7287/rhernandez@clubbeyond.org or Don Ericson, DRE 239-0979/donald.ericson@us.army.milBand of Brothers Monthly Men’s Bible Study- Sat. 8 June., 0800-0915 @ Kapaun Chapel. POC DonEricson, DRE 239-0979 or donald.ericson@us.army.milSpiritual RangersPOC Don Ericson, DRE 239-0979 or donald.ericson@us.army.milMarriage 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)•On Summer BreakFor more information email riley@pwoc.orgCatholic Women of the Chapel (CWOC)•On Summer BreakFor more information email ft.rileymccw@gmail.comUpcoming Events
  42. 42. Announcements
  43. 43. Junction City
  44. 44. Sundown Salute 2013will be a five day event beginningon July 3 and ending onJuly 6, 2013..
  45. 45. 2012 included the following activities with 2013 adding these additional acts:Traditional Food ShoppingParade Food Vendors Craft VendorsMilitary Fly Over Hamburger Feed (First 500 FREE) Festival located in downtown shopping districtVeterans Ceremony Beer GardenFireworksFor the Kids For Kids of All Ages Entertainment on the Main Stage 2013*Carnival Milford Aquarium from Fish Hatchery Little River BandWater Wars Clarabel’s Dance Studio Josh GracinKids Zone Next Step Dance Studio Satisfaction, The Rolling Stones ExperienceStrolling Magician Russ Leno Watermelon Carver The Brothers, A Tribute to the Allman BrothersTeen Zone Special Forces, Tribute to .38 SpecialFunk SyndicateSpecial Interest Shonlock10K Freedom Run (Certified Race) Fireflight5K Freedom Run 4820, Tribute to Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young1 mile Fun Run for kids of all ages Journeyman, The Eric Clapton ExperienceCar ShowArmy Band*There is no charge to enter the festival and no charge for all events on the main stage.**Acts subject to change
  46. 46. C.L. HOOVER OPERA HOUSESUMMER 2013 EVENTSWORLD DANCE CLASSTues & ThursJuly 9 – Aug 1 10:00 amInstructor Tiffany Dozier is analumnus of the Alvin AileyAmerican Dance Theater. Studentswill experience the beauty andimprovisational quality of WestAfrican and Flamenco styles ofdance. This class is appropriate forelementary and middle schoolages, though adults are welcome!JUNCTION CITY COMMUNITYBANDJune 2, 9, 16, 30 [7:00 pm]July 14 [7:00 pm]Enjoy a FREE concert of familiarAmerican band music performedby your friends and neighborsBOX OFFICE: 785-238-3906www.jcoperahouse.orgCOMMUNITY THEATER:SUMMER YOUTHWORKSHOP PRODUCTIONSHONK! Jr.June 21-22 [7:00 pm]THOROUGHLY MODERNMILLIE, Jr.June 28-29 [7:00 pm]BEGINNING GUITAR LESSONSTues & ThursJuly 9 – Aug 1 11:00 amSkilled musicians Steve Seitz andMary Louise Stahl will teachbeginning guitar skills in a groupsetting. Class sessions will includeinstruction as well as guidedpractice time. Guitars provided forclassroom use at no additionalcharge.LIKE USON FACEBOOK!
  47. 47. Red Cross
  48. 48. Our thoughts and sympathy are with everyone in Oklahomaimpacted by the tornadoes. The Red Cross is providing food,shelter and comfort to people affected by these storms.This relief effort is very large involving several communities wheretornadoes struck over several days. You can help people affected bydisasters like tornadoes, floods and other crises by making adonation to American Red Cross Disaster Relief.• You can donate by visiting www.redcross.org, calling 1-800-REDCROSS or texting the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10donation.
  49. 49. Or www.redcrossblood.orgOur thoughts and sympathy are with everyone in Oklahomaimpacted by the tornadoes. The Red Cross is providing food,shelter and comfort to people affected by these storms.This relief effort is very large involving several communities wheretornadoes struck over several days. You can help people affectedby disasters like tornadoes, floods and other crises by making adonation to American Red Cross Disaster Relief.• You can donate by visiting www.redcross.org, calling 1-800-REDCROSS or texting the word REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10donation.Thursday, 6 June 1100-1700 hrsor www.redcrossblood.org
  50. 50. Start Something BIG for aLITTLE in our program!Big Brothers Big SistersMilitary Mentoring Program519 PierreManhattan, KS 66502(785) 776-9575riley.kansasbigs.org
  51. 51. CALENDAR
  52. 52. June 2013Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday SaturdayBlack = MWR EventRed = Community Event19-3pm Ironman Shoot; Skeet NTrap7pm Comedy Show; Rally’s7pm Soldier Show; McCainAuditoriumWine in the Wild; Sunset Zoo2 3 410-12pmKey Caller Class; ACS59-1130am Money Management101; ACS1-145pmEmploymentReadiness Orientation; ACS6830-430pmFinancialEducation; ACS1-3pm Army Federal JobApplication Workshop; ACS7 RDO7pm Titan Fight; MAAF Hanger72781-3pm Library ICE CreamSocial9-4pm Command SpouseTraining Seminar; ACS9 1010th-14th 9-12pm SAC SummerCamp; Custer Hill Pool11Ceremony of Remembrance;Victory Park121-145pmEmploymentReadiness Orientation; ACS2-4pm ERP Workshop byRequest; ACS131-3pm Army Federal JobApplication Workshop; ACS8-11pmWOW Guild Play;WZ14SFAC Father’s DayAppreciation15 Symphony in the Flint Hills16Father’s Day2pm Family Bingo; Rally’s10-2pmFather’s Day Brunch;RCC17 18 199-1130am Money Management101; ACS20 21530-UTC Midnight MadnessSoftball; SACCOSolstice PartyRDO224-8pm BOSS BBQ; WZCar Show and Swap MeetSummerblast Paint Tournament;ODR10-1pmDMAD Tea Party;CYSS23Family 40 Frame Tournament23rd -3rd July BOSS CountryStampede Volunteer Support3024 25 269-1130amMoney Management101; ACS9-3pm Hearts Apart; RockSprings Ranch, Junction City1-145pmEmploymentReadiness Orientation; ACS271-3pm Army Federal JobApplication Workshop; ACS1300 Fort Riley Network28 29930-1500 Family Canoe Trip1030-4pm Summer BlastPaintball Shootout; ODRMaster Resilience Training 3-6 June from 9-3pm Youth Sports Outdoor Adventure CYSS; Milford 7-8 JuneVictory Carnival 6-9 June Victory Week 10-14 JuneArmy Birthday CYSS Activities 10-14 JuneTraining Holiday 14-17 JuneTraining Holiday 14-17 JuneYouth Sports Outdoor Adventure-Camping 14-15 JuneCountry Stampede 27-30 JuneCountry Stampede 27-30JunePGA Junior Golf Academy 17-21 June
  53. 53. July 2013Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday SaturdayBlack = MWR EventRed = Community Event1230-430pm SponsorshipTraining; ACS2Full Scale Excercise39-1130am Money Management101; ACS1-145pmEmploymentReadiness Orientation; ACS46-9pm Billiards Tournament;WZThunder Over Manhattan; CicoPark, Manhattan5 RDO 68am Firecracker One PitchSoftball Tournament; Sacco1-3pm Library Watermelon/Water Party7 8 9 10745am Outdoor Adventure:Canoeing; Moon Lake ;Gr 6-121-145pmEmploymentReadiness Orientation; ACS11830-430pmFinancialEducation; ACSGarrison Org DayCommand Spouse Training;ACS128am USAG FR GolfTournament1310-4pm Camps Funs TownPaintball Shootout; ODR7pm Comedy Show; RallyLittle Apple Music Festival14 15Feds Feed Fams1610-12pm Funds CustodianTraining; ACS17745am Outdoor Adventure:Canoeing; Moon Lake: Gr 4-5Community Life Softball LeagueEnds18Car Show/ Detail School1-3pm Army Federal JobApplication Workshop; ACS19Furlough130-4pmFamily Climb Time;Craig Gym2010-5-2 Prairie Run6pm Aloha Nights; Custer HillPool10-12pmSpecial Needs Rodeo;JC21Family Bingo; Rally’sFamily 40 Frame Tournament22 236-9pm Release Party; WZ249-1130amMoney Management101; ACS1-145pmEmploymentReadiness Orientation; ACS251300 FR Network530pmKaw Valley RodeoMilitary Family Appreciation;Cico Park, Manhattan26Furlough27Boss BBQ10-3pmOutdoor AdventureDay; ODR28 29 306-730pmVOQ; RCC31Community Life Co-Ed SoftballLeague BeginsSun Down Salute 4-7 JulySun Down Salute 4-7 July CFNCO Core Training; ACS 9-430pm 8-12 JulyFRG Leader Training; ACS 9-12pm 16-17 JulyResilient Spouse Academy; ACS-RLC 830-430pm 29 July-2 AugRiley County Fair; Cico Park, Manhattan 25-28 JulyRiley County Fair; CicoPark, Manhattan25-28 July
  54. 54. August 2013Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday SaturdayBlack = MWR EventRed = Community Event11-3pm Army Federal JobApplication Workshop; ACS6pm SAS Camp Finale2Furlough38pm Comedy Show; Rally’s4 5 6645am Outdoor Adventure:Fishing; Moon Lake,Grades6-12National Night Out71-145pmEmploymentReadiness Orientation; ACS81-3pm Army Federal JobApplication Workshop; ACS9Furlough10930-3pmFamily Canoe Trip;ODR11Family 40 Frame Bowling12 13645am Outdoor Adventure:Fishing; Moon Lake,Grades4&56-8pm Scream Free Parenting;ACS141-145pm EmploymentReadiness Orientation; ACS2-4pm ERP Workshop byRequest; ACS159-1130am CFNCO RefresherTraining; ACS1-3pm Army Federal JobApplication Workshop; ACS16Furlough17Boss BBQ9-4pm Master Blaster PaintballTournament182pm Family Bingo; Rally’s19 20 211-145pm EmploymentReadiness Orientation; ACS22530-930pm Boater’s SafetyCourse; ODR1-3pm Army Federal JobApplication Workshop; ACS23Furlough24830-330pm Boater’s SafetyCourse; MarinaSurvivor Education; Nebraska25 26 27 281-145pm EmploymentReadiness Orientation; ACS291-3pm Army Federal JobApplication Workshop; ACS1300 FR Network30Furlough31FRSA Training; Army Wellness Center 9-3pm20-21 August
  55. 55. Closing Remarks

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