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Community News Notes (22 Oct 2010)

  1. 1. ISSUE 38 Fort Rucker Community 22 OCTOBER 2010 News & Notes United States Army Aviation Center of Excellence Ft. Rucker, Al 36362 Upcoming Events  29 October — Haunted Hay Ride (adult)  30 October — Spooky 5K, and the LZ Monster Ball  1st -26th November — Ornament Contest Inside this issue Spooky 5K 2 Peanut Festival— 3 Dothan Combined Federal 4 Campaign (CFC) Kids News & Notes 5 Physical Fitness closure 6 Rucker Numbers 7 Center Library 8 Information “Knowledge is of two kinds. We know a subject ourselves, or we know where we can find information on it.” ~ Samuel Johnson
  2. 2. Page 2 FORT RUCKER COMMUNITY NEWS & NOTES 2nd Annual Turkey/Deer Hunt for Wounded Warrior Project Have your The Fort in Daleville: Ordnance  $16K Diamond necklace own Rucker Depot. Tickets are also from Ted’s Jewelers Business? Community available through 1-145th.  S/S Polaris Ranger Spouse Club Tickets are: $5 donation—1 XP800 ATV All individuals operating a (FRRCSC) is ticket, and $100 donation —  Over 31 guns — includ- personal business must be sponsoring their 2nd Annual 25 tickets. ing 15 mystery guns registered with the Fall Turkey/Deer Hunt in  (2) Hunting trips from Commercial Solicitation support of the Wounded You must be present to win Waddell Outdoors Officer at Fort Rucker. Warrior Project. Last year’s the Rifle engraved with the  (6) M1 Garands with hunt raised over $50,000. Wounded Warrior Project Bayonet Examples of Home Based logo from Phils BBQ, all  (4) FREE rounds of Golf (personal) businesses: To get your tickets for this other prizes do not require at Silver Wings Golf Mary Kay years event visit — in presence to win. Course Pampered Chef Dothan: Mike Schmitz Auto  Palm Island Resort—5 Tupperware Group, Ted’s Jewelers and Some of the over $100,000 day/4 night stay Scentsy The Outpost Guns and worth of giveaways include: Avon Ammo; in Enterprise:  Mercedes Benz C300 For questions or to register, Tutoring Wiregrass Archery, ABest Sport 2 year lease contact (334) 255-2276. Jewelry Pools, and Lock n Load; and Tastefully Simple Photography To register, see Mr. Billy McGhee, Commercial Solicitation Officer, Bldg. 5700, Rm 310 or call (334) 255-3802 for more information. Military Family & Life Consultant (MFLC) Provide short term, situational, problem-solving counseling services to Service Members and their Families. All counselors are Masters or Ph.D. Level Licensed Clinical Counselors Services are confidential and private Counselors will meet you at the park, in restaurants, in their office, etc. (they can not meet at your home) Child & Youth Behavioral Counselors (CYB-MFLC) are also available for children , youth and Families. To speak with a counselor, call: CYB-MFLC 334-369-8910 or MFLC 334-405-0353
  3. 3. Page 3 FORT RUCKER COMMUNITY NEWS & NOTES Upcoming Community Events Visit for more information.
  4. 4. ISSUE 38 Page 4 Employment Opportunities Enterprise:  Santa Fe Cattle Company seeking servers  PHP Programmer  Dental Assistant  Dog Days  Physical Therapist  CPA  Bookkeeper with payroll and sales tax experience Dothan: Job Opportunities come into the  Occupational Therapist & Assistants Employment Readiness Office  Customer Service positions at Verizon and are usually filled that same day. If  Executive Assistant with legal background you have not already  Sales Personnel for Dothan Magazine registered with the Employment  Physical Therapist Readiness Office to assist you in finding a job, be sure to do so today! Ozark: Bldg. 5700, Rm 390  Occupational Therapist & Assistants  Physical Therapist To apply for these jobs or for more information, contact Debbie Gaydos at (334) 255– 3949. Combined Federal Campaign The Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) has a compiled list of approved charities that helps to Separate the good ones from the bad. To qualify for donations under the CFC campaign, charities must undergo stringent reviews of their finances and operations. Don’t feel like you have much to contribute — Small donations matter! They quickly add up when pooled together. Even $1 a week helps. Deadline for donations is 29 October. To make your donation, see your unit CFC POC.
  5. 5. Kids News & Notes Extreme Bowling November Special Receive a $1.00 discount off Extreme Bowling every Saturday night in the month of November from 8—11pm at Rucker Lanes. For more information, contact Rucker Lanes at (334) 255-9503. Open to the public. Trick—or—Treat Fort Rucker — Saturday, 30 October from 6:00—8:00 pm Enterprise — Saturday, 30 October from 5:00—7:00 pm Daleville — Saturday, 30 October from 6:00 - 8:00 pm Ozark — Saturday 30 October from 6:00—8:00 pm Dothan — Saturday, 30 October from 5:00—8:00 pm
  6. 6. Page 6 REEL Time Theater GOING THE DISTANCE (Drew Barrymore, Justin Long) Erin and Garrett are very much in love. When Erin moves to San Francisco to finish her journalism degree and Garrett stays behind in New York to work in the music industry, they gamely keep their romance alive with webcams and frequent-flyer miles. However, just when it seems the lovers will be soon be reunited, Erin and Garrett both score big breaks that could break them up for good. Rated R (sexual content including dialogue, language throughout, some drug use, brief nudity) 103 min. Show Times: 17 Oct @ 1900, 21 Oct @ 1900 RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE (Milla Jovovich, Ali Larter) In a world ravaged by a virus infection, turning its victims into the Undead, Alice, continues on her journey to find survivors and lead them to safety. Her deadly battle with the Umbrella Corporation reaches new heights, but Alice gets some unexpected help from an old friend. A new lead that promises a safe haven from the Undead takes them to Los Angeles, but when they arrive the city is overrun by thousands of Undead - and Alice and her comrades are about to step into a deadly trap. Rated R (sequences of strong violence and language) 96 min. Show Times: 22 Oct @ 1900, 23 Oct @ 1900 THE AMERICAN (George Clooney, Irina Bjorklund) As an assassin, Jack is constantly on the move and always alone. After a job in Sweden ends more harshly than expected for this American abroad, Jack retreats to the Italian countryside. He relishes being away from death for a spell as he holes up in a small medieval town. While there, Jack takes an assignment to con- United States Army Aviation Center of Excellence struct a weapon for a mysterious contact, Ft. Rucker, Al 36362 Mathilde. Savoring the peaceful quietude he finds in the mountains of Abruzzo, If you would like to subscribe to this newsletter or Jack accepts the friendship of local priest Father Benedetto have any comments, suggestions, please don’t and pursues a torrid liaison with a beautiful woman, Clara. hesitate to contact Deborrah Cisneros (information Jack and Clara's time together evolves into a romance, one below). seemingly free of danger. But by stepping out of the shadows, Jack may be tempting fate. Rated R (violence, sexual content Deborrah Cisneros, USAACE FRSA and nudity) 105 min. Bldg. 8950, 7th Avenue Show Times: 24 Oct @ 1900, 28 Oct @ 1900 Ft. Rucker, Al 36362 (334) 255-0960
  7. 7. Page 7 Rucker Numbers Army Community Service (ACS) (334) 255-3817/3815 ID Card (334) 255-2437 Army Emergency Relief (AER) (334) 255-2341/3817 ITR (334) 255-2997/3031 After hours emergency assistance (877) 565-7647 Lending Closet (334) 255-3161 Army Family Team Building (AFTB) (334) 255-AFTB (2382) Lyster Army Health Clinic (LAHC) — Appt. line (334) 255-7000 Army Lodging—Reservations (334) 598-5216 Main Post Exchange (PX) (334) 503-9044 Army Volunteer Corp Coordinator (AVCC) (334) 255-3643 Military Family & Life Consultant (MFLC) (334) 405-0353 Arts & Crafts Center (SACS) (334) 255-9020 Military One Source (MOS) 1-800-342-9647 Auto Craft Center (334) 255-3725 Military Police (MPs) (334) 255-2222 Auto Pride (334) 503-9338 E-911 (non-emergency) (334) 255-0248 Aviation Learning Center (334) 255-3942 New Parent Support Program (334) 255-3359 BOSS (334) 255-2677 Outdoor Recreation (334) 255-4305 Center Library (334) 255-3885 Physical Fitness Center (PFC) (334) 255-2672 Child Development Services (334) 255-2262 Relocation Readiness (334) 255-3735 Child, Youth & School Services (334) 255-9638 Shoppette (Main) (334) 503-9338/5-3313 Class Six (334) 255-9044 (x283) Transportation (334) 255-9852 Commissary (334) 255-2212 Household Goods (Inbound) (334) 255-255-2343 Employment Readiness (334) 255-3949 Household Goods (Outbound) (334) 255-3415 Equestrian Center (334) 598-3384 Triage Nurse Hotline 1-866-346-7672 Family Advocacy Program (FAP) (334) 255– 3246 Triangle Shoppette (334) 255-9044 (x277) After hours (334) 406-7347 TRICARE Information 1-800-444-5445 Family Life Chaplain (334) 255-2051 Theatre Schedule (334) 255-2408 Financial Readiness (334) 255-9631 Vet Clinic (334) 255-9061 Fort Rucker Dependent Schools: Elementary (334) 598-4408 Primary (334) 598-4473 Fortenberry-Colton Gym (334) 255-3794 Websites: Children/Youth/Teen Relocation/Moving Military Scholarships MG James Ursano DECA Scholarship MOAA scholarship Medical Community Spouse Club Picerne Military Housing Thanks USA AAAA scholarship Military Life
  8. 8. Page 8 Bldg. 212, 5th Ave. Ft. Rucker, AL 36362 Phone: (334) 255-3885 Fax: (334) 255-1567 Hours: Mondays: 0900-1700 Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays: 0900-1900 Fridays : 0900-1700 Saturdays: 1200-1700 Closed Sundays and Holidays Library Cards Will Be Issued to All ID Card Holders 1. Individual cards will be issued to sponsors and family members possessing valid ID cards. Children who have a valid military ID may get their own library card. 2. DA Civilians will be required to furnish appropriate ID. 3. Library card/ID card must be presented in order to check out materials. 4. Cardholder or sponsor is responsible for all materials checked out on their family’s cards. 5. Cards must be returned when clearing post. 6. Sponsor or spouse must sign the application. Cards are valid at both Center and Technical Libraries. Checkout Policy (Limit 20 Items Per Card) 1. Books are checked out for 3 weeks. 2. Reserve books (waiting list) check out for 2 weeks. 3. Compact Discs and Audio Books check out for 2 weeks. Limit 3 per card. 4. Videos to include DVD’s for 1 week. Limit 3 per card. Video Games check out for 1 week. Limit 1 per card. Internet Policy 1. Patrons must sign in and out at the circulation desk before using the internet computers. 2. There is a 1 hour time limit on the Internet if others are waiting. 3. Patrons are allowed to print: first page is free; each additional page is 15¢. As the Center Library is a family library, access to sexually explicit material is prohibited, unless approval is given by Library Staff for research purposes. Fax Policy 1. Items can be faxed to the Library at a cost of 15¢ a page (first page is free). Please inform the Library staff if you wish to have something faxed to the Library. Items can be faxed from the Library for free only if the number is Toll Free, DSN, or local. Long distance faxes cannot be sent from the Library. Overdue Policy Not returning Library materials in a timely manner will result in suspension of Library privileges and/or informing the sponsor’s chain of command.