USAACE Weekly Family Update 22 April 2011 US AAC E F R S A, B ld g. 8 9 5 0 , 7 t h Av e n u e, Fo rt R uc k er, Al 3 6 3 6 2 ( 3 3 4 ) 2 5 5 -0 9 6 0 o r r uc k. fr g ap @co n u s.ar m y. mi l 1st Annual Parent Training – 14 May 2011 INSIDE THIS ISSUE 1 1st Annual Parent Training 2 Ultimate Frisbee 3 Army 101 Course for Spouses WHEN: May 14th, 2011 (RSVP by May 6th) WHERE: Spiritual Life Center (Bldg. 8939) TIME: 0900-1200 (Free Lunch and Certificate Upon Completion) “If you have knowledge, Session 1(Led by CH Scott Crossfield): Maintaining a Proactive let others light their Presence with Your Teen (Deals with topics like suicide and drawing candles at it.” your teen out) ~Margaret Fuller Session 2 (Led by Eric Gillis): Staying Connected to Your Teen in a Media Driven Society (Deals with topics like cyberbullying, cutting, sexting, pornography, social media, and technology) Session 3: Q&A with CH Scott Crossfield (Family Life Chaplain) and Eric Gills (Fort Rucker Chapel’s Community Youth Director) For more information or to RSVP please contact: Eric Gillis (Community Director) 850-333-3039 or email@example.comLoad $25 or more on iPlay iWin Bing Headset during the month of April at the Landing Zone to be entered.
Page 2 USAACE Family Weekly UpdateUpcoming Training: Ultimate Frisbee Tournament Asian Pacific Heritage Month (APHM) is sponsoring an Resilience Training for spouses – ultimate Frisbee tournament on 21 May 2011. All units 25 April, 6 & 13 May, and 3 June and directorates are encouraged to participate. POC for from 0830 – 1130. Participants team registration is SGT Samuel Carter must be able to attend all the (Samuel.firstname.lastname@example.org), (334) 255-2024 or classes for continuity purposes. register at the APHM kick-off event at the PX on 29 To register call (334) 255-3735. April between 1100 – 1300.Upcoming Events: Wings Chapel Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony on Monday, 25 April from 1000 – 1030 (Bldg. 6036, 2011 AER Jail-A-Thon Andrews Avenue). Open to everyone! Quarterly Retirement Ceremony at the Museum 28 April from 1500 – 1600 28 April is the Change of Command for 1-212th. This is a family-friendly event! Education Expo – 29 April from 0900 – 1100 Bldg. 5700, R, 284. Career Fields, Financial Ai, Campus or On-Line, “Hot Careers”. Space is limited. Call (334) 255-3949 to reserve your slot. Thunder on Tholocco – 30 April Race begins at 11am. Tickets available at Outdoor Rec and Leisure Travel -- Advanced tickets $5, at the gate $7, Ever wanted to have your spouse arrested just because? Here’s Children 12 and under FREE. your chance and for a good cause – support Army Emergency 4 May – Monthly testing of the Relief (AER). See above flyer for details. Mass Notification System from 1100 – 1200 (will be postponed if inclement weather) 5 May – National Day of Prayer at Wings Chapel from 1200 – 1300 6 May – Military Spouse Appreciation Day! 8 May – Mother’s Day!
USAACE Family Weekly Update Page 3Aviation Spouse Day – 3 Jun 2011 – Open to all Fort Rucker Spouses!Child Youth & School Services (CYSS) Are you coming from another installation? We can transfer your records. Contact your previous Parent central Services office, or ask one of the CYS clerks at Fort Rucker’s Parent Central Services (Bldg. 5700) to do so.Online Registration: You can register online at https://webtrac.mwr.army.mil. Just click “Alabama” in thedrop down window; select “Child, Youth & School Services (Ft. Rucker)”; select “Start A New Pre-Registration” follow the on-screen instructions. Contact the Fort Rucker CYSS office to confirm data hasbeen received (334) 255-9638.You will need: Immunization records upon registration Health Assessment within 30 days Income information for childcare Health Screening Tool (questionnaire)*Additional documents may be required Reminder: Lyster Army Health Clinic is closed every third Wednesday of the Month at 1200 for Training.
Page 4 USAACE Family Weekly UpdateArmy 101 – Army Family Team Building (AFTB)Level I is the “heart of the AFTB Program.” It is designed primarily for family members new tothe military, providing basic “survival skills” and knowledge that can assist newcomers inadapting to the military environment. Classes include instruction in military acronyms, the Chainof Command, military benefits and entitlements, and expectations.We’d love to have you join us for the May “Army 101 Course.” Advance registration is required.Childcare is available! Ozark Annual Guided Walking Tours 30 Apr, May 7th, 14th, and 21st Experience the culture and history of Ozark. Community leaders will guide you through our historic district while sharing their personal remembrances and "Tall Tales" from the old days. These tours are educational and fun for all ages. Tours are free. All tours begin at 10:00 A.M. at the Confederate Monument on the Court House lawn. Each tour is approximately 1 hour. Be sure to wear your most comfortable walking shoes.