17 March 2012 3-6 FA “Swift & Bold” FRSA Flash Check us out on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/3.6FA.1BCT.10MTN March Schedule of Events March 12-16 - 3-6 Warrior First Responder March 22 - 3-6FA Coffee Training March 23 In Her Shoes: Living With Domestic March 12-23 - BFSX/BCSoSIT3 Violence – Army Community Service March 15 - Golf FRG Meeting, 1600 @ Hill- March 24-25 - Maple Days, 1000-1400 @ 45IN Hill side Lodge (Water Tower) March 15 - HHB FRG Meeting, 1800 @ March 26 DIVISION DONSA BN Classroom March 26 - CYSS Child Development Centers March 16 - Military Free Lift Tickets, 1000-2030 @ Closed (ALL) All Day @ All Locations Snow Ridge March 16 - BN DONSA March 28-29 - Bravo Exercise March 16-18 - North Country Goes Green Irish March 28 - Family Support Huddle, 1000-1130 @ Festival @ Dulles State Office Building Hays Hall/Eagles Nest March 17 ST. PATRICKS DAY March 28 - Alpha FRG Meeting, 1800 @ BN March 17 - St. Patrick’s Day Dinner, 1700 @ Com- Classroom mons March 29 - Women’s History Month Observance, March 20 - Bravo FRG Meeting, 1730 @ Hill- 1100-1300 @ The Commons side Lodge March 29 -Mountain Remembrance Ceremony, March 21 - Spouses’ Club Silent Auction, 1800 @ 1630-1700 @ Main Post Chapel The Commons March 30 - Right Arm Night , 1700 @ Commons March 22 - Volunteer of the Month Ceremony, March 31—Maple Days , 1000-1400 @ 45IN Hill 1030-1130 @ The Commons (Water Tower)Contents of this newsletter are compiled from multiple Military Family news sources. Material presented does notrepresent the views or endorsement of 3-6 Field Artillery or the United States Army. This material is for personal useof the readers. All readers are encouraged to do further research for all applicable restrictions and guidelines.
P a g e 8 Enjoy samples from around the world! How else could you take a trip around the world to try so many different types of food all for the price about the same as or even a little less than din- ner out? Tickets available at http:// internationalfestivaloffood.eventbrite.com Please NOTE! Menu subject to change without notice. TABLE #1 Country: Japan; Menu: Sushi; Served by Ladies of the 10th MTN DIV TABLE #2 Country: Ireland; Menu: Corned Beef & Cabbage; Prepared and served by Army Volunteer Corp Coordinator/Army Community Ser- vice TABLE #3 Country: Italy; Menu: Baked Ziti & Italian Bread; Prepared and served by Thrift Shop TABLE #4 Country: Greek; Menu: Gyro & Tzaziki, hummus and pita; Prepared and served by Enlisted Spouses ClubTABLE #5 Country: America; Menu: Hot dogs & Mac n Cheese; Prepared and served by American Red Cross and TheCommonsTABLE #6 Country: Germany; Menu: Brats, Sauerkraut, and German potato salad; Prepared and Served by AmericanRed Cross and The CommonsTABLE #7 Country/Location: Adirondacks; Menu: Jerk Pork, salt potatoes, and Maple pie; Prepared and served byFriends of the North CountryTABLE #8 Country/Location: Afghanistan; Menu: Kabob and rice; Served by Military Council of Catholic WomenTABLE #9 Country/Theme: Polynesian; Menu Polynesian Chicken, Asian Coleslaw, and Hawaiian rolls; Prepared andserved by Spouses Club Fort DrumTABLE #10 Country: China; Menu: Variety of Chinese favorites; Served by Protestant Women of the ChapelTABLE #11 Country/Theme: Cajun; Menu: Jamalaya & Dirty Rice; Prepared and served by COL and Mrs. Noelle andFriends of GarrisonTABLE #12 (Dessert table) Country/Theme: International; Menu: International Desserts (Ice cream with ItalianBrownies, Tiramisu, Black Forest Cheesecake, Austrian Apple Strudel); Prepared by Bistro 10 and served by Teens of theChapelBeverages are available for purchase.