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19 April Flash

  1. 1. 19 April 2012 Month of the Military Child National VolunteerFacts about New York State Appreciation Week April 15-21New York has the most extensive public library facilities in the UnitedStates, including the New York Public Library, one of the nations largestL. Frank Baum, the author of the Wizard of Oz, lived in Chittenago. Thecity now has a yellow brick road and many other Oz-themed businesses,including an annual Munchkin paradeThe first womens rights convention met at Seneca Falls in 1848.Adirondack Park is larger than Yellowstone, Yosemite, Grand Canyon,Glacier, and Olympic Parks combined.New York State is the home of Ivy League schools, Cornell and ColumbiaUniversity. Military Spouse Appreciation Day Memorial Day Mother’s Day FLASH Contents Calendars 1-2 CID’s Most Wanted 6 Fort Drum Events 3 Fort Drum Assistance Info 7 Flyers 4-5 Facebook/Contact Info 8 Common TerminologyACS=Army Community Service 772-6566 AFTB=Army Family Team Building 772-6710ERP=Employment Readiness Program 77VCCUS=Volunteer Childcare in a Unit Setting FRMP=Financial /Readiness/Management Program 772-5196 FRG=Family Readiness GroupCLIF=Community Leader’s Information Forum VMIS-Volunteer Management Information System 1DONSA=Day of No Scheduled Activities-Fort Drum agencies may have an adjusted operating schedule
  2. 2. AFTB Le-vel I 15 April-12 May 2012 S M T W TH F S15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Holocaust Days of Volunteer of the Month International Festival of Month of the Remembrance Ceremony Food Military Child Bravo FRG Meeting Autism Spt Group Carnival AFTB Spring Marathon Fort Drum Volunteer Appreciation Week22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Key Caller Advanced Spring Clothing Giveaway Month of the Military Child In Her Shoes: Living with Ice Cream Social Domestic Violence29 30 May 1 2 3 4 5LT Dan Band OPSEC 2BCT Volunteer 210 BSB Volunteer Cinco de Mayo Recognition Ceremony Recognition Ceremony Event Planning6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Key Caller Training Fort Drum Information and Military Spouse Town Hall Meeting Appreciation Day AFTB Level I Information and Disclaimer This document is a compilation of agency information or emails that have been sent to the FRSA over the past week. If you would like any of the flyers in their original format please email your request to bridget.n.velasquez@us.army.mil Call ahead and verify the time, date and location of the event you plan to attend. This email is for information purposes only, and you agree to not hold the unit representative responsible for any misprints or inaccuracy of information. If you have any questions, please call 772-4120 2 Check out the unit’s Virtual Family Readiness Group Website at www.armyfrg.org. Look for NY, Fort Drum, 2BCT, 210 BSB
  3. 3. Fort Drum Community NotesTEEN CENTER INFORMATION SAT APR 21 – 1400 The Lorax (PG) 1900 John Carter (PG-13)Calling all teens! We would like to meet on 30 April at 1700 here at the Youth Center 2130 Silent House (R)to start planning the grand opening of the new facility and discuss programs that willbe offered as well as the hours of operation. This will be a process that I would SUN APR 22 - 1400 The Lorax (PG)expect to take a few months to complete. Plans made must be approved by the 1700 John Carter (PG-13) THU APR 26 - 1900 Silent HouseGarrison Commander prior to implementation. This is an opportunity to ensure the (R) ALL SEATS FOR THIS SHOWING $1facility/program meets the needs of all eligible teens in the area. FRI APR 27 - 1900 A Thousand Words (PG-13)Please help get the word out! 2130 John Carter (PG-13)Thanks SAT APR 28 - 1400 The Lorax (PG)STEVEN A. FERGUSON 1900 John Carter (PG-13)Youth Program Manager 2130 A Thousand Words (PG-13)772-6719 SUN APR 29 - 1400 The Lorax (PG) 1700 A Thousand Words (PG-13)Family and MWR Abandoned Automobile Auction THU MAY 03 - 1900 A Thousand Words (PG-13) ALL SEATS FORThe Family and MWR Abandoned Automobile Auction will take place April 23 - 27. Privately owned THIS SHOWING $1vehicles that have been abandoned on Fort Drum will be sold to the highest bidder. Vehicles can beviewed in the fenced lot at the corner of Euphrates River Valley Road and Oneida Avenue from 10 a.m. FRI MAY 04 - 1900 Mirror Mirror (PG)to 6 p.m. April 23 - 27. All vehicles are to be sold in as-is condition. Sealed, dated, and time-stampedbids with a minimum of $300 will be accepted. 2130 Silent House (R)Bids can be placed April 23 - 27 at the automobile viewing lot from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. or at the Family and SAT MAY 05 - 1400 The Lorax (PG)MWR window on the second floor of Clark Hall April 23 - 27 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. 1900 Mirror Mirror (PG)Bids will be opened on May 2 to determine the highest bidder. Winning bidders will be notified and 2130 Silent House (R)must pay and remove vehicles by May 8. SUN MAY 06 - 1400 The Lorax (PG)Cash or Credit Card only will be accepted for payment. You can call 772-7902 for additional Abandoned 1700 Mirror Mirror (PG)Automobile Auction information. 3 REMINDER that the post theater is CLOSED Monday-Wednesday
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  7. 7. Assistance Resources on Fort Drum How can they help?Chaplains are here to help Families with their spiritual needs and they can help with locating other resources in the community.Chaplains are available at the battalion level and through installation Contact: 210th BSB Chaplain 772-5917 Staff Duty Chaplain 772-5647Military Family Life Consultants are civilians with no reporting obligations to commanders who are available free of charge to Soldiers andtheir Families. The Military Family Life Consultants (MFLCs) are licensed professionals who listen to your issues and direct you to agencieswho can help. Sometimes all it takes is talking out the issue in order to find a resolution. Contact: 955-4823 (2 BCT MFLC) 212-6919 Walk In/Appointments at ACS Mon - Fri . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 am - 8 pmPersonal Financial Counselors (PFCs) are another resource available free to charge to military Soldiers and Families. As a response to theeconomic downturn in 2008, these licensed professionals were contracted to assist military Families with financial issues from thecreation of a budget to savings for retirement. Contact: Financial Readiness 772-0050 or the Military Family Life Consultants at any of the two numbers above 7
  8. 8. FACEBOOK PAGES210 BSB https://www.facebook.com/pages/210-Brigade-Support-Battalion/169796079719106Alpha 210 BSB https://www.facebook.com/Alpha210Bravo 210 BSB https://www.facebook.com/pages/Bravo-Bandits-210-BSB/234100366652929?ref=tsCharlie 210 BSB https://www.facebook.com/pages/210th-BSB-C-Co-2BCT-10th-Mountain-Division/159034577460896 Family Readiness Group Email Addresses and Assistance Phone Numbers For FRG Times and Locations, please email the FRG Leaders below. HHC Stephanie Utter frghhc210bsb@hotmail.com Alpha Noi Jackson alpha210bsb@gmail.com Alpha Tamia Campfield ladycamp2003@yahoo.com Bravo Gail Crabtree bravo210_bandits@yahoo.com Charlie Janine McPhie 210charliefrg@gmail.com Battalion FRSA Bridget Velasquez bridget.n.velasquez@us.army.mil 315-772-4120 210BSB Staff Duty Phone Number 772-5097 8

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