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FRSA Flash 210 BSB 28 June

  1. 1. Fourth of July Facts has been a federal holiday since 1942 Independence Day Block Leave June 30-July 15 July 2,, 1776 the Continental Congress voted in favor of independence from Great Britain. July 4, 1776 the Continental Congress adopted the Declaration of Independence. -Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson. John Adams believed that July 2nd was the correct day to celebrate Independence Day and refused invitations to celebrations on the 4th of July. John Adams and Thomas Jefferson both died on July 4th 1826, 50 years after the adoption of the Declaration of Independence ( Calendars 1-2 Local Events 13-17 Drum Notes 3 ACS Calendars and Info 18-19 FMWR Coming Attractions 4-7 Fort Drum Assistance 20 Drum Flyers 8-10 BN Information 21 Safety/Law Enforcement 11-12 Common Terminology28ACS=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. 1-28 July S M T W TH F S 1 2 3 DONSA 4 5 6 7 July Syracuse Symphony at Happy Fourth of Thompson Park July! (Followed by Fireworks) Block Leave AFTB Spring Marathon Division DONSA 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 FRG Leader Fort Drum ACAP Training Career Fair Key Caller Training Block Leave AFTB Spring Marathon Informal Fund Jefferson County Fair Training 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Jefferson Lewis County Fair County Fair Last Day AFTB Summer Marathon 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 DPAO Presents Bill CosbyInformation and DisclaimerThis 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 formatplease email your request to 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 representativeresponsible for any misprints or inaccuracy of information. There is no implied endorsement of any events or opinions. 2If you have any questions, please call 772-4120
  3. 3. 10th Mountain and Fort Drum NotesMEDDAC PROVIDES CLINIC COVERAGE PLANS FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY FEDERAL AND TRAINING HOLIDAYSU.S. Army Medical Department Activity officials have announced clinic coverage plans for the Fourth of July federal andtraining holidays, July 4 and 5, respectively.All MEDDAC facilities will be closed with the exception of urgent careavailability at the Family Medicine Clinic at Guthrie. Urgent Care will beavailable from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. to support patients urgent medical needs onJuly 4 and 5.For medical emergencies, please call 911 or go to the nearest hospital emergency department for treatment.BLOCK LEAVE AND ADJUSTED OFFICE AND FACILITY OPERATION HOURSOver the Block Leave from July 1-14.For more information visit or lot reconstruction over block leaveDPW Engineering will have contractors performing parking lot reconstruction starting 02 July 12 for the North Gate MiniMall on Iraqi Freedom Road P11005. Closure of both entrances will be necessary during the reconstruction to make repairsto the asphalt. Work is anticipate to be completed by 9 July 12DPW Engineering will have contractors performing parking lot reconstruction starting 02 July 12 for the Mt Belvedere MiniMall on Mt Belvedere Rd and PO Valley Rd P4230. The Mt Belvedere Rd entrance will be closed during the reconstructionto make repairs to the asphalt. Access into and out of the mini mall will be reduced to only one entrance on PO ValleyRd. Access to gas pumps and the mini mall will be available with possible delays because of construction vehicles. Workis anticipate to be completed by 15 July 12 .Because of uneven surfaces throughout the parking lot during the reconstruction, please insure to use caution and reduceyour speed . Observe all cones and fencing directing pedestrians around the parking lot and into the building. 3
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  13. 13. DATE WHAT TIME/DATE/LOCATION DETAILS3 July Gala Fireworks Display Clayton. Downtown. Music starts at 4:30pm3 July Concert and Fireworks Thompson Park. Concert begins at 8 and Syracuse Symphony 8pm Thompson Park fireworks follow.4 July Fireworks over Boldt Castle5 July Clayton farmer’s 10am-6pm. Frink Park Market5 July Concert on the Square 5pm-9pm Public Square Watertown Every Wednesday starting 5 July to 5 September The Downtown Business Association will (Recurring Event) be hosting “Concert on the Square”6 July Blake Shelton in Watertown Fairgrounds Baseball Field DPAO/Toyota/Car Freshener Summer Concert Series or 772-0044 or 1- Concert 800-533-2859 for more details.7 July Fireworks Display Carthage Turning Point Park. Dusk11 July Carthage Summer 7-8pm Farmers Market Pavilion Open Air Concert Series (Recurring Event)12-14 July NYS Hog Rally Alex Bay. Various times for events on different For more information dates. Vendors, music, bike games, parade of lights…and more14-15 July 44th Annual French Cape Vincent. Various times for events on For more information Festival different dates. Family street dance, French pastries, many vendors and children’s programs14 July Thousand Islands 5pm-9pm Thousand Islands Winery For more information Winery 9th annual 43298 Seaway Ave birthday bash Alexandria Bay, NY 13607 Telephone: (315) 482-930616 and 17 Fairfield Inn and Suites 10am-4pm at Bring a hard copy of your resume.July Job Fair The Workplace 100 Coffeen St, Watertown NY 13
  14. 14. FARMERS’ MARKETSJEFFERSON COUNTY Alexandria Bay - Kinney lot, Rte. 12. Manager: Alex Bay Chamber of Commerce (315) 482-9531. Date: Fridays, May 25 through Sept. 28, 2012 9:00-3:00 +Black River - West Dexter StreetDate: Tuesdays, May 29 through Oct. 2 2012 10:00-3:00 + Cape Vincent - Village Green, Broadway (Rte. 12). Manager: Shelly Higgins (315) 654-2481. Date: Saturdays, June 23 through Oct. 6, 2012 8:00-2:00 Carthage - Market Pavilion, Riverside Drive. Manager: Edie Roggie (315) 493-3590. Date: Fridays, May 25 through Oct. 26, 2012 7:00-2:00 +*# Clayton - Frink Park, Riverside Drive. Manager: Kristina Wormuth (315) 686-3771. Date: Thursdays, June 21 through Sept. 6, 2012 10:00-6:00 Watertown - Farmers and Crafters Market. Dulles State Office Bldg., Washington & Sterling Sts. Manager: Michelle Farrell (315) 788-4400. +*# Date: Wednesdays, May 30 through Oct. 3, 2012 6:30-3:00 Watertown - Monday Neighborhood Farmers Market, 203 N. Hamilton St. Manager: Delta Keeney (315) 788-1933. Web Site: + *# Date: Mondays, July 16 through Oct. 1, 2012 3:00-6:00 Watertown - Saturday Market, Pavillion at JB Wise Place. Manager: Maria Mix (315) 493-9238 +*# Date: Saturdays, June 16 through Nov. 3, 2012 9:00-2:00 Watertown - Mobile Farmers Markets. Wednesdays: Midtown Towers 10:30-11:30, North Country Childrens Clinic 12:00-2:00 [8/22, 9/5, 9/15], CAPC 10:00-11:00, Curtis Apts 11:15-12:15 [8/8, 8/29, 9/26]. Thursdays: Skyline Apts. 10:30-11:30, Hill Top 11:45-12:45, Leray St. Apts. 1:00-1:45 [8/16, 9/13, 10/4]. Manager: Delta Keeney (315) 788-1933. + *# Dates: See dates and times above. Watertown - Jefferson Bulk Milk Farmers Market. Corner of Rte. 3 and Old Rome State Rd. 14 Manager: Brian Gorman (315) 788-5257. +*# Date: Fridays, June 22 through Oct. 5, 2012 2:30-6:30
  15. 15. MUSICAL EVENTS OF NOTE (FREE)Watertown Downtown Business Association Presents the 7th Annual Box Lunch RevueThe Box Lunch Revue provides free concerts (June 13th-Aug. 15th) to the public during the Wednesday/Friday lunch hour (11:00a.m.-1:00 p.m.) on the beautiful grounds of the Jefferson County Historical Society, 228 Washington Street, Watertown NY 13601.The event is to celebrate the growing vitality of downtown Watertown. Viewers are encouraged to bring their lunch or purchase alunch at one of the local restaurants, and then sit back and enjoy the entertainment.More details and a schedule of musicians. BayCONCERTS IN THE PARK WILL BE HELD EVERY WEDNESDAY STARTING JULY 11 – AUGUST 29SCENIC VIEW PARK PAVILION 7PM TO 8:30PM FREE TO THE PUBLIC 7-9pm Carthage Farmer’s Market Pavilion. Starting 11 July. For more information and the scheduled lineup visithttp://www.carthageny.comClaytonSundaysThe Clayton Sunday Sunset Series sponsors concerts each Sunday evening throughout the summer months at Frink Park from 6:30-8pm For more information visit http://www.1000islands-clayton.comPerforming Arts in Your Back Yard..Have you visited the Clayton Opera House-host to many fine musical events? 15
  16. 16. For more information New York County Fairs and EventsOswego County Fair Ontario County FairDates: June 30, 2012 - July 4, 2012 Dates: July 24, 2012 - July 28, 2012Location: Location: Ontario County291 Ellisburg StreetSandy Creek, NY FairgroundsOswego County Phone Number: 315-387-3834 2810 County Road 10 Canandaigua, NYJefferson County Fair Ontario CountyDates: July 10, 2012 - July 15, 2012 Phone Number: 585-394-4987Location: Jefferson County Fairgrounds Admission: Adults-$4, Youth 10 to615 WT Field Drive 14-$2, Youth 9 & Under are freeWatertown, NY with adultJefferson County Parking: FreeLewis County FairDates: July 17, 2012 - July 21, 2012 Seneca County FairLocation: Dates: July 16, 2012 - July 21, 2012Lowville, NY Location: Seneca CountyLewis County Fairgrounds Phone Number: 315-831-4285 Swift Street and North RoadAdmission: Free Waterloo, NYParking: 5 Day Parking Pass $10.00 Seneca County 16
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  20. 20. 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 20
  21. 21. FACEBOOK PAGES210 BSB 210 BSB 210 BSB 210 BSB Family Readiness Group Email Addresses and Assistance Phone Numbers For FRG Times and Locations, please email the FRG Leaders below. HHC Stephanie Utter Alpha Dawn Grant Alpha Tamia Campfield Bravo Gail Crabtree Charlie Janine McPhie Battalion FRSA Bridget Velasquez 315-772-4120 210BSB Staff Duty Phone Number 772-5097 21