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Dec 14 FRSA Flash

  1. 1. TF Knighhawk FRSA Flash Knighthawk 14 DECEMBER 2012 Government OrganizationHave questions or concerns?Be sure to contact your FRG Upcoming EventsLeader or FRSA. Dec 15 - BOSS 5K Reindeer Fun Run 8:30amHHC ACS Parking LotJennifer Cannon Dec 15-Jan 15 - Dress a Snowman Contest Li-Courtney Ryder brary Hours McEwen Library Dec 15 - Teen Holiday Party 2-6pm Youth Cen-Alpha—Deathstalker terCarole Barlow December 15-6 Jan 2013 Division BlockBecky Blanchard LeaveC/Co—Warlords Dec 17 - CYSS Facilities and Programs Closed All CYSS FacilitiesCasey Greene Dec 17 - Respite Care Provider Training 9-11amHeidi Woerheide ACSD/Co—Dragonhawk Dec 18 - Welcome Tour 0930-1400 ACSShaunna Fitzpatrick Dec 18 - Anger Management 1:30-3:30pm ACS Dec 19 - Deploy Your Resilience 1130-1300 ACSKimberly Perez Dec 19 - Parenting after separation or divorceE/Co— Knight Rider 9am-noon ACSSterling Reep Dec 19 - Networking with LinkedIn ACSF/ Co—Firehawk Dec 20 - BOSS End of the World Party 2200 BOSSJamie Sampsel Dec 21 - The Polar Express Movie 1300Wendy Everett ACSF/Co—Pathfinder December 24-1 Jan 2013 Local SchoolAna Hume Holiday Break December 24/25 – BOSS Home for the HolidaysChristina Perdue – BOSSAdvisors December 31 – New Years Eve – Commons/Rebecca Braman Bowling CenterJessica Chilson Jan 5 - Disney on Ice Trip in Syracuse 0830 Parks & RecreationFamily Readiness Support Jan 9 - Fort Drum Information Town HallAssistant Meeting 1030-1200 The CommonsKelley Arnold Jan 9 - DFMWR Martin Luther King Luncheon315-774-1373 1100-1330 The Commons Jan 16 - EO Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Special Observance 1130-1300 The Com- mons Jan 21-22 - Division DONSA
  2. 2. FROM WWW.ILOVENY.COM ADIRONDACKS THIS WINTER!There’s BIG fun in an Adirondack Winter Vacation!From world-class skiing on the slopes of Whiteface and Gore Mountain to boarding and snow tubing, as well as cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and even dogsled rides, winter in the Adirondacks is full of fun and adventure.Lake Placid, famous for its Olympic venues and lively nightlife, was just rated Number 1 of Budget Travels Top 11 Coolest WinterPlaces in America. You can speed skate around the Olympic Oval and ride the bobsled or Whiteface Lake Placid’s eight-passengerCloudsplitter. A host of posh resorts include the Lake Placid Lodge, Mirror lake Inn and Whiteface Lodge.A stylish new train connects the village of North Creek with Amtrak service on the scenic Saratoga & North Creek Railway. It runsalong the Hudson River to skiing and other winter fun at Gore Mountain.Six Flags Great Escape Lodge, near Lake George is home to a giant indoor waterpark. Find great bargains at Lake George’s de-signer outlet centers and fine dining in the village’s unique restaurants.Other family-friendly attractions include Santa’s Workshop in North Pole, Tubby Tubes snow-tubing park in Lake Luzerne, andworld-class nature museums like Tupper Lake’s Wild Center. Great events range from the North Country Festival of Trees in Novem-ber at Glens Falls, to winter carnivals in February at Lake George and Saranac Lake, to New York State Maple Weekend festivals inMarch at regional-wide maple farms.Adirondack ParkAmtrakGore MountainLake George Winter CarnivalLake Placid LodgeMirror Lake InnNew York State Maple WeekendNorth Country Festival of TreesOlympic BobsledOlympic OvalOlympic venuesSanta’s WorkshopSaranac Lake Winter CarnivalSaratoga & North Creek RailwaySix Flags Great Escape LodgeTubby Tubes CompanyWhiteface Lake PlacidWhiteface LodgeThe Wild CenterFind more information at: Adirondack Regional Tourism Site (
  3. 3. Fort Drum Command Safety Office Winter Driving Course To register, please contact by calling 772-9026/0310 Bldg M-10281 4th Armored Division Drive CLASS DATES & TIMES: Tuesday, 18 December 1400-1500Fort Drum Command Safety Office Snow Thrower Course To register, please contact by calling 772-9026/0310 CLASS DATES & TIMES: Tuesday, 18 December 1530-1600