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August 9, 2012
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Provided by Winn Army
Congratulations, moms and dads,
for welcoming your newborn into the
The Summer season continues
with a number of new baby boys, girls
and bundles of joy. The Frontline
baby birth special highlights June
and July births, which include the
Fort Stewart and Hunter Army
Airfield baby births.
June 17 Photos by Kaytrina Curtis
Tyler Alden Jarrells,
Stewart-Hunter Deputy Garrison Commander Michael
boy, 8 pounds, 4 ounces,
Biering; Stewart Installation Chaplain (Col.) Robert Meek;
born to Amanda Lynn
Stewart-Hunter Garrison Cmd. Sgt. Major, Louis Felicioni,
Jarrells and Spc. Travis
and 3rd ID Commander–Rear Col. John Hort tour the new
SAS building escorted by students Logan Goldsmith and
Amenia Watts, and SAS Director Joan Styles, Aug. 1.
SAS opens in grand style
Jasmine Kim, a girl, 6 pounds,
12 ounces, born to Capt. Orchid
Chong and Michael Kim.
June 25 Kaytrina Curtis After Elicia Bradford sang the the new facility versus the World War
Julianna Kayrose Parry, a girl, Fort Stewart Public Affairs national anthem, Installation Chaplain II building where he spent time as a
7 pounds, 13 ounces, born to (Col.) Terry Meek gave the invocation child.
Ashley Parry and Spc. Joshua Most everyone can appreciate followed by a welcome from Child Family Members, 9-year-old Logan
Parry. something new and the children and Youth and School Services Division Goldsmith, and Amania Watts, an
staff who utilize or work at the new Chief, Dagmar Peguero-Olinger, who 11-year old rising sixth grader, gave
June 30 Austin Road School Age Services thanked everyone for attending such tours through the new SAS building
McKenna Elizabeth Erickson, building are no different. After a soft a momentous occasion. to some of Fort Stewart’s senior lead-
a girl, 5 pounds, 15 ounces, born opening a month ago, the grand open- As the guest speaker, Col. John H. ership. Goldsmith and Watts both had
to Pfc. Caitlin Hallaway ing ribbon was cut Aug. 1, signifying Hort, Third Infantry Division com- the opportunity to cut the grand open-
Erickson. yet another success in the Army manding general rear detachment, ing ribbon and Goldsmith said
Family Covenant—ensuring excel- gave his experience in Army daycare although he reminisces over a few
July 1 lence in child, youth and school ser- facilities and spoke about the great things about the old SAS building, he
Brycen Shane Jermaine Welch, vices. differences and better amenities in enjoys coming to the new facility.
a boy, 7 pounds, 9 ounces, born See SAS Page 3B
to Pvt. Brittany Nicole Welch.
Khloe Michelle Purvis, a girl, 6
Youth take field trip to magistrate court
Elvia Kelly Anderson explained to the EDGE!
pounds, 3 ounces, born to Shandel
Fort Stewart Public Affairs students that her position is an elected
Marie Purvis and Spc. Robert
position. She also spoke to the youth
James Purvis, Jr.
The Liberty County Office of the about simple battery and simple
Clerk of Courts in Hinesville, Ga., not assault, sharing that there is a differ-
only serves justice but is a place where ence.
Jordan De’on Kissinger, a boy,
Marne youth can learn about the legal “[Knowing about that] could keep
6 pounds, 8 ounces, born to Pfc.
system. [youth] out of court,” the chief magis-
Lakisha Kissinger and Jeffery
Child, Youth and School Services’ trate said. “[Not realizing that a little
Experience, Develop, Grow and Excel shove] or merely putting hands on
program, also referred to as EDGE!, another person can get you in trouble.
ventured to the magistrate court room, You can make the touch, turn around
Aaliyah Sadie Wilkerson, a girl,
Aug. 3. and walk away, but you still committed
7 pounds, 1 ounce, born to Sgt.
“It is very important that [these stu- simple battery.”
Juliana Wilkerson and 1st Sgt.
dents] are exposed to these kinds of According to the Georgia Criminal
programs, so that they have some kind Defense Lawyers webpage, simple bat-
of idea about the legal system, justice teries defined under Georgia law as
system and law enforcement,” said intentionally causing harm to another
Lucia Bornacelli, a girl, 6
Melinda Anderson, chief magistrate of person or touching them in an insult-
pounds, 7 ounces, born to Adriana
Liberty County. “There are some laws ing or provoking nature while simple
Bornacelli and Sgt. Luis Enrique
that are in the books that you don’t assault is defined by Georgia Statute
Bornacelli. Photo by Elvia Kelly
really know that you’re breaking the as attempting to commit a violent
law when you do it. You can [end] up injury to another person or putting Students from the EDGE! pro-
Imani Nevaeh Dent, a girl, 7 gram stand before the Liberty
getting in a lot of trouble, especially someone in a situation where it is rea-
pounds, 7 ounces, born to Martha County Office of the Clerk of
after you’re 17 years old because that sonable that they will receive a violent
G. Trevino and Spc. Courtney Courts in Hinesville, Ga., during
will stay on their record.” injury.
Dent. their field trip to the Magistrate
See COURT Page 3B Court Room, Aug. 3.
Annaleigh Cantrell Robertson,
a girl, 7 pounds, 11 ounces, born FS teens visit WSAV Hunter to celebrate new youth center
to Jennifer Robertson and Staff Kaytrina Curtis Bob Mathews as sports and fitness. The
Sgt. Jason Robertson. Fort Stewart Public Affairs FMWR Publicity Specialist 21,000-square-foot, state-of-the-
art YAC was built as a result of the
July 8 When many teens are at home or traveling the A ribbon-cutting ceremony to Army Family Covenant for the
Mattias Baron, a boy, 7 pounds, country during their summer, six Fort Stewart’s celebrate the opening of a new Hunter communities. The center,
15 ounces, born to Elisabeth Consolidated Public Affairs Office Red Cross Youth Activity Center at Hunter built at a cost of approximately $7
Baron and Capt. Dmitry Baron. Volunteers and Hired! Apprentices decided to vol- Army Airfield will be held at 2 million, is located adjacent to the
unteer their time to help others and learn new p.m., Aug. 15. The center, in build- youth sports field.
July 10 skills in the process. ing 6054, at 304 North Perimeter Summer hours of operation are
Dyson Allen McCray, a boy, 8 Lee Haywood, a meteorologist with Savannah’s Road, serves middle school and from noon to 8 p.m., Monday
pounds, 2 ounce, born to Niki WSAV, an NBC affiliate television station, gave the teens in grades six6-12. through Thursday; Fridays from
Renee McCray and Pfc. Aaron volunteers and apprentices a tour as a final part As a chartered member club of noon to 10 p.m.; Saturdays noon
Alexander McCray. of their training, July 31. Over the summer, the Boys and Girls Clubs of America, to 8 p.m. and Sundays from 2 to 6
teens provided more than 600 hours of their time the center’s activities and pro- p.m. During the school year, hours
and energy writing for print publications and grams enforce health and life of operation are Monday through
See SPECIAL Page 5B contributing to Marne Television. skills, character and leadership Friday from 2 to 8 p.m., Saturdays
development, the arts, education noon-8 p.m. and Sundays from 2
See WSAV Page 3B and career development, as well to 6 p.m.
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2B The Frontline August 9, 2012
At the Movies
Sasha McBrayer those hiding inside the church. These are about a dozen and “Curse of the Golden Flower.” Given his previous
Frontline Contributor convent schoolgirls; George, the deceased priest’s titles, I’d say it’s alright he’s little melodramatic. It’s just
young protégée; and about a dozen prostitutes from his nature.
Last week I offered my .02 Nanjing’s famed Red Light District. The schoolgirls I was genuinely moved by this picture. They say light
cents regarding the latest don’t take kindly to the whores at first, but have no shines more brightly in darkness and that line ade-
Batman flick, “Dark Knight choice but to hide them in the wine cellar. quately sums up this story.
Rises.” What part did What comes next is a fragile opportunity for escape Without giving too much a way, I’ll just say some of
Christian Bale play just from the Japanese. our characters decide selflessly to give their lives for
before returning to the cape “Flowers of War” was reportedly the most expensive some of the others and this made the movie one I’m
and cowl? You’ll find out in Chinese film ever made. not likely to forget.
today’s review. Chinese, English and Japanese are spoken on screen. Christian Bale is right on target, but it’s the charac-
“Flowers of War” is on DVD And the film features stunning visuals. ter of George that still haunts me, not necessarily in a
now. This Chinese drama is being called the first ficti- Critics of the film had called it melodramatic. They’ve bad way.
tious film to come out about the very real Japanese also attacked the Chinese director for being anti-Jap- I’m a fan!
occupation of Nanjing in 1937. In the film, Bale is an anese. Critics have also argued that there should not If you don’t mind some subtitles, check out “Flowers
American mortician traveling through the battlefield have been an American character at all, that a Chinese of War,” but be warned, this period was called the Rape
to reach a Church and bury the priest who has died tale should be told through Chinese eyes. of Nanjing for good reason. Parts of this film are hard
there. Despite the atrocities happening around him, Seems to me they are first calling the director too to watch.
Bale’s character hopes to do his job, get paid, and then Chinese and then not Chinese enough. Sheesh. Give If I’m going to nitpick, there’s a Chinese soldier in
move along. the guy a break. This is pretty much Zhang Yimou’s the film who shows amazing courage, and I wish his
Instead, he becomes the only hope of survival for first “serious” historical drama. He also made “Hero” character were more developed.
Friday through Saturday
The Amazing Spiderman in a story inspired by his real life. The
Friday — 6 p.m. film follows Mike as he takes a young
Saturday — 3 p.m. dancer called The Kid under his wing
(Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone ) and schools him in the fine arts of
Peter Parker finds a clue that might partying, picking up women, and making
help him understand why his parents easy money.
disappeared when he was young. His Rated R for pervasive sexual content,
path puts him on a collision course with brief graphic nudity, language and some
Dr. Curt Connors, his father's former drug use.
Rated PG-13 for sequences of action
Films are subject to availability.
and violence. AAFES strives to show films according
to the published schedule but
Magic Mike reserves the right to reschedule,
Friday — 9 p.m. cancel or substitute showings as
Saturday — 6 p.m. needed. For more information, call
(Channing Tatum, Alex Pettyfer) 912-767-3069 or go to www.
Set in the world of male strippers, shopmyexchange.com/
"Magic Mike" is directed by Steven ReelTimeTheatres/Movies-
Soderbergh and stars Channing Tatum FtStewart.htm.
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COURT from Page 1B
For one 12-year-old EDGE! youth, session with one final message.
he found the topic of simple battery “I think the most important thing
particularly interesting during his field that the kids can learn as well as adults
trip to the court room. is to do unto others as you would have
“It was a new experience. I like the them do unto you,” she said. “Because
way the court room looks; it’s pretty nice the golden rule is one of the first rules
and it’s clean,” said Dwight Coles, who and that still stands. If we all abide by
is going to middle school. “[The topic that then we won’t have the need we do
of] simple battery is when you touch for as many jails, as many courts or
somebody, it’s considered simple bat- policemen . . . treat everybody with
tery and you can be charged for it.” respect that you wish to be treated
Anderson concludes the field trip with.”
WSAV from Page 1B
Photo by Kaytrina Curtis
The teens wrote commentaries for
Standing in the atrium of the new Austin Rd. SAS building, Fort Stewart-
Military Teen Talk for The Frontline
Hunter Army Airfield Deputy Garrison Commander Michael Biering,
newspaper, anchored ‘Teen
Stewart-Hunter Garrison Command Sgt. Major, Louis Felicioni, and 3rd
Perspectives’ on Marne TV, edited and
ID Commander–Rear, Col. John Hort, are given a tour of the new Austin
photographed events throughout the
Road SAS building escorted by students Logan Goldsmith and Amenia
Watts, and SAS Director Joan Styles, following a grand opening ceremo-
Lyrick Dent, a junior at Liberty
ny, Aug. 1.
County High school, first thought work-
ing for PAO would be boring, yet after
SAS from Page 1B the first day she said she quickly
changed her mind. Courtesy Photo
“I kind of miss it because I miss the SAS building. Buchanan added that he
big kids’ room that used to be there,” appreciates the design of the new “The energy in the office is totally Standing (l-r) Tyrone Robinson,
Goldsmith said. “I think the new build- building and said with the atrium style amazing; everyone just seems as if WSAV morning show director, and
ing is way better because there is a PS3, the staff is able to keep a visual on they’re in a great mood,” said Dent. WSAV Meteorologist Lee Haywood,
there is a Wii, there is a foosball table, everyone. “This summer was filled with the three gave a tour of the television station
there is a pool table and we have all “Whereas in the old building, we had E’s: excitement, energy and editing.” to Seated: (l-r) Red Cross Volunteer
new stuff and it is really fun. My mom rooms back in the back where you Haywood gave sage advice to the Bobby Reynolds, Hired! Apprentice
was surprised that we have all this could only rely on the camera,” he said. high school students who had the Caitlyn Oliver, PAO Deputy,
stuff.” “But the way that the atrium is set up opportunity this summer to find out if Command Information Kaytrina
Harvey G. Buchanan Jr., an admin- now, you can have your eyes on the they truly enjoy working with the pub- Curtis and Hired! Apprentice Lyrick
istrative assistant with SAS, agreed with whole area.” lic. Dent, July 31.
Col. Hort’s observations about the new Watts has aspirations to become “Find something that you’re really
building. either a doctor or a singer expressed passionate about and work really hard the best of both worlds,” Haywood said.
“I think it’s a 100 percent improve- her gratitude for the opportunity to be at it,” Haywood said. “I don’t care if “You’re getting a pay check and it’s
ment. They’ve updated a lot of the chil- one of the tour guides. you’re looking at being a nurse one day, something that’s fun. Find something
dren’s games … that they have here for “And I also got to cut the ribbon an educator, a scientist or a lawyer, just you enjoy. That’s the best thing.”
today,” Watts said. “It was the greatest really study it and work hard.” But no matter what career field the
the kids,” Buchanan said. “We have a
honor, because I have never have got- Since working with PAO, a few of the teens choose in the future, their hard
lot of kids coming back because they
ten the chance to do something like teens have decided to take different work and dedication to the PAO mis-
have seen the new building. Then, we
that before in my entire life—this was career paths. Caitlyn Oliver, a Richmond sion was evident.
are in a different vicinity now from the
the best day ever!" Hill high school senior, plans to become “I was really impressed,” said Jim
other Child Development Centers, so Logan, whose parents are dual mili-
parents are enjoying the possibility of a photojournalist. Bradwell Institute Jeffcoat, PAO command information
tary, said he thinks the food served at
being closer [to their smaller chil- freshman Bobby Reynolds said he chief. “Their contribution to the team
SAS is “awesome” and he is thankful
dren].” aspires to become an actor. was very productive. They produced
for the new building.
The 135 capacity building was built “My career path has changed since sound quality products and although
“I think that I am very grateful for
at a cost of about $5.5 million and has I’ve been working at the P .A.O,” Dent there was a learning curve, their prod-
the amount of money they have put
a computer technology lab, a high per- into this building," he said, "and I think said, “I now want to be a journalist ucts were seamless. They were always
formance room, art and science rooms that they have done a really good instead of a lawyer.” professional and I look forward to wel-
and an open atrium which doubles as job.” Haywood acknowledged a job in any coming them back next summer.”
a multipurpose room. The SAS offers fee based before and environment can be challenging, yet if Haywood advised the teens to get
Buchanan, a former Marine, and after school care, as well as summer, in the right career field, working may internships and put their passion
father of three said the Army Family winter and spring camps for youth in not feel like work. behind it. “I think if you do that then
Covenant, in part, is being fulfilled grades 1-6. For more registration infor- “If you’re at a job where it doesn’t feel it’s really not like working,” he said, “and
through youth centers such as the new mation call 912-767-2312. like you’re working then you’re getting who wants to really work?”
4B The Frontline August 9, 2012
Catholic Location Time
Sunday Mass Main Post Chapel 9 a.m.
Weekday Mass Main Post Chapel 11:45 a.m.
Counsel for carrying during uncertain times
(Confession available daily and before Sunday Mass)
Chapel First Marne Chapel 11 a.m.
Gospel Worship Main Post Chapel 11 a.m.
Chaplain (Capt.) Russell D. Woody revealed many years before through God’s prophets. Traditional Worship Marne Chapel 9 a.m.
5/7 Cav. Regt, 1HBCT Chaplain What did Joseph do? He saluted and acted as Lutheran Worship Heritage Chapel 10 a.m.
ordered. Kids’ Church (K-5th Grade) Main Post Chapel 11 a.m.
PWOC (Wednesday) Main Post Chapel 9:30 a.m.
Military Families are often faced with uncertainty. Finally, God spoke to Joseph in Egypt through a third
As much as we might like to plan, military life rolls and a fourth dream, directing him to take his Family Hunter Army Airfield
with the shifting circumstances of world affairs and back to Israel and the town of Nazareth. The Scripture Catholic
Sunday Mass Hunter Chapel 11 a.m.
the needs of our nation. This can cause a great deal of again says this was a fulfillment of God’s plan, revealed
Weekday Mass (M,W,F) Hunter Chapel 11:45 a.m.
frustration. The ability to deal with such a life success- many years before through God’s prophets. What did Catholic CCD Building 129 9:30 a.m.
fully requires a helpful perspective. My own frustra- Joseph do? He saluted and acted as orders.
tions have forced me to seek such a perspective, which How might Joseph have faced his uncertain life? Was Sunday Service Hunter Chapel 9 a.m.
I found in Scripture. he happy to marry his pregnant fiancé when the whole
Kids’ Church Hunter Chapel 9 a.m.
It may seem a strange time, but the biblical writer village suspected she had been sleeping around? Was
Matthew reminds me in the Christmas story of our he happy to take his pregnant wife, by donkey, many Religious Education Contacts
current circumstances. Matthew (Matt. 1:18-2:23) miles away from their home to pay taxes? Was he happy Fort Stewart Religious Education, Toni Bolton,
narrates three instances in Joseph’s life where he faced to travel to a foreign country with his young Family? 912-767-9789
uncertain circumstances. Each time, God gave Joseph Scripture does not reveal Joseph’s state of mind. Hunter Army Airfield Religious Education, Charles Archer,
partial information, expected Joseph to obey without Scriptures does tell us Joseph heard God speak in
knowing the full picture and indicated his direction dreams and he obeyed God. Scripture also tells us his
was a fulfillment of what he had been planning for direction to Joseph matched God’s overall, previously Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield
thousands of years. designed plan. I suspect Joseph trusted God was total-
First, Joseph decided to “divorce” his fiancé when ly in control and knew the outcome of his directions Chapel Youth Ministry
he heard she was pregnant with someone else’s baby. to Joseph from the beginning.
God spoke to Joseph in a dream, indicating, incom- So, I ask myself in my own uncertainty. Is God in Stewart-Hunter youth ministries exist to share
prehensibly, that the baby was actually God’s, and control? Does God know the outcome of my circum- “Biblical Truth” with middle and high school age
telling Joseph to marry her anyway. The Scripture says stances? Can I trust God? Based on my own experience youth, to disciple them in the Christian faith
this was a fulfillment of God’s plan, revealed many and examination of the evidence for God, I answer all
years before through God’s prophets. What did Joseph of those questions with a resounding, “Yes.” What will and to equip them for lives of Christian service.
do? He saluted and acted as ordered. I do? How will I face another day of not knowing what For weekly meeting information, go to
Second, Joseph took Mary, his wife, to Bethlehem, the next mission will be; where the next assignment www.twitter.com/ftstewartyouth
according to the decree of the government, to pay will take our family; or whether I will be here, training or contact Phil Parsons,
taxes. In Bethlehem, Mary delivered the baby, whom in another state, or in another country next week, next Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield Youth
Joseph named Jesus. God spoke to Joseph in a second month, or next year? With God’s help and my confi-
dream, telling him to flee with Mary and Jesus to Egypt dence in him, I’ll salute and carry on as ordered. All
because people were coming to kill the baby. The the while, I’ll do so thinking, “Yes, Lord. You know the for Club Beyond
Scripture says this was a fulfillment of God’s plan, deal. You know the plan. My confidence is in you.” at 913-683-1793.
August 9, 2012 The Frontline 5B
Visit Bamboo Farms, Coastal Garden erings for the whole Family and gifts with membership.
The Bamboo Farm and Coastal Gardens will provide Come train for the ‘Rock and Roll Marathon’ and half
education, public outreach and applied research in hor- marathon with other health-minded people or just join
ticultural and environmental sciences. The Bamboo us for our regular group sessions. Weekday training
Farm and Coastal Gardens will be a premier destination opportunities are on-going in Savannah, Fort Stewart
for horticulture, educational and gardening practices. and Richmond Hill. For more information, log into www.
It is located at 2 Canebrake Road, Savannah, Ga. For savystrider.com. Not (yet) a runner? The Striders are
more information, call 912-921-5460 or visit their Web always looking for volunteers to help with local races.
site at www.bamboo.caes.uga.edu/index.html.
Tunnel to Towers Run Savannah planned
Prepare for the Baby Expo Applications for military teams are now being accept-
At Winn Army Community Hospital, the Winn Baby ed for the 'Tunnel to Towers' run at 8 a.m., Sept. 15, in
Expo is slated from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Aug. 25. Free edu- Orleans Square between Hull and Perry streets, adjacent
cation related to your baby, free information about your to the Civic Center. Cost is $25 for members of the mil-
care and door prizes will take place. Don’t miss out on itary, firefighters and police officers. The race is new in
the baby dance-off competition and much more. It is Savannah and is being held to honor firefighters, military,
free and open to the public. and law enforcement members and their Families. The
run began after September 11, to honor a 34-year old
Win gift basket at expo firefighter, Stephen Siller who perished in one of the
Do you know ya’ll have a local military Happy Mama? towers. In New York City, the race will retrace Stephen's
As your local Happy Mama, I provide Families with spe- footsteps and others who perished to save others in their
cial military coupons for use in the commissaries. At route through the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel to the World
every event such as the recent Back-to-School Fair and Trade Center. To register, go to www.t2trun.org or to
this upcoming Baby Expo at Winn Army Community Fleet Feet Sports in Savannah, 3405 Waters Avenue. For
Hospital, a free gift basket is given away. Don’t miss your additional information call Jane Grismer at 912-313-
opportunity to get a gift basket at the Baby Expo, Aug. 4806.
25. For more information, e-mail vsmith@happyfami-
lybrands.com. Back to School party planned
Taking place from 5:30 to 7 p.m., Aug. 15, Families are
Get ready for “Rock and Roll Marathon" invited to a waterworks back-to-school party at First
Soldiers, Family Members and Civilians are invited to Presbyterian Church on the church grounds. There will
run with the Savannah Striders Track Club. The Savannah be waterslides, refreshments and music. The event is
Striders offer training programs for all fitness levels, free. For more information please call 843-681-3696 or
organized daily group runs, encouragement from expert visit the Web site at www.hiltonheadisland.org/event-
runners, provides a great group of mentors, social gath- calendar.
Special Deliveries Provided by Winn Army Community Hospital
July 10 es, born to Shavonne Latrice Mayo and Spc. Javares and Staff Sgt. Joseph Shannonhouse.
Makayla Marie Steele, a girl, 7 pounds, 8 ounce, Durell Mayo.
born to Sgt. Latasha Risher and Sgt. Michael July 26
Steele. July 20 Dallas Raye Criss, a girl, 8 pounds, 2 ounces,
Landen Michael Duran, a boy, 7 pounds, 12 born to Sgt. Marta D. Criss and Latwanisha Criss.
Hunter Gavin Justice, a boy, 7 pounds, 3 ounces, ounces, born to Sarah Duran and Pfc. Michael
born to Jessica Jo Justice and Spc. Bradley Dale Donald Duran. Kyler Alexander Harkleroad, a boy, 6 pounds, 6
Justice. ounces, born to Amber Harkleroad and Spc. Paul
Noah Xavier Neal, a boy, 9 K. Harkleroad.
July 11 pounds, 7 ounces, born to Cecilia
Lydia Ellianna Chrusciel, a girl, 6 Anita Neal and Sgt. Johnathon July 27
pounds, 5 ounces, born to Melissa Eligh Neal. Scarlett Olivia Danielle Caudill, a girl, 7 pounds,
Chrusciel and Sgt. Chris Chrusciel. 13 ounces, born to Amy Caudill and Spc. Chad
Michael Robert Nobles, Jr., a Caudill.
July 12 boy, 6 pounds, 9 ounces, born to
Trey Thomas Weil, a boy, 7 pounds, 7 Nancy Nobles and Spc. Michael R. Serenity Joy Marie Dixon, a girl, 6 pounds, 10
ounces, born to Spc. Stacey Weil and KC Nobles, Sr. ounces, born to Dyshekia Gloria Taylor and Pfc.
Weil. James Maurice Dixon.
Ellie Dawn Nicole Searcey, a Clayton Murdoch James, a boy, 7 pounds, 15
July 13 girl, 8 pounds, 5 ounces, born to ounces, born to Kemsie Elizabeth York and 1st Lt.
Lacey Corynn Allen, a girl, 9 pounds, Ashley Searcey and Spc. Cody Ryan Murdoch James.
1 ounce, born to Hannah Allen and Pfc. Searcey.
Cory Allen. July 28
July 21 Martin Warren Bannister, a boy, 7 pounds, 10
Abel Greyson Allerton, a male, 7 pounds, 9 ounc- Na’Livia JaNae Fenceroy, a girl, 6 pounds, 13 ounces, born to Molasahwa Bannister and Capt.
es, born to Ashley Allerton and Spc. Cody ounces, born to Naterria R. Fenceroy and Spc. Oscar Warren M. Bannister, Jr.
Allerton. J. Fenceroy.
Leo Lavette Harden, a boy, 6 pounds, 10 ounces,
Annabel Faith Havard, a girl, 7 pounds, 15 ounc- Kinsley Mae Lawton, a girl, 6 pounds, 8 ounces, born to Nicole Marie Harden and Spc. Marquis
es, born to Elizabeth Anne Havard and Staff Sgt. born to Kirsten Nicole Lawton and Spc. Dustin Lavette Harden.
Jesse Lynn Havard. Lawton.
Sean Matthew Marsh, a boy, 7 pounds, 3 ounces,
July 14 Annabelle Alice Perry, a girl, 9 pounds, 1 ounce, born to Brooke Austin Marsh and Spc. Matthew
Harper Quinn Jackson, a girl, 7 pounds, 12 ounc- born to Spc. Pamela L. Perry and Spc. Mathew D. David Marsh.
es, born to Rebecca Jackson and Spc. Justin Perry.
Jackson. Jackson Davis Moody, a boy, 8 pounds, 9 ounces,
Landon Christopher Gene Shaffer, a boy, 9 born to Jessica Moody and Spc. James Moody.
July 15 pounds, 15 ounces, born to Shelby JoAnn Shaffer
Madison Jae Lisa Smith, a girl, 7 pounds, 14 and Spc. Christopher Shaffer. July 29
ounces, born to Pvt. Courtney Smith and Jacke Tabitha Starr Barrick, a girl, 7 pounds, 1 ounce,
Salmonson. Gabriel Elijah Totah, a boy, 8 pounds, 12 ounc- born to Crystal Barrick and Sgt. Shawn A. Barrick.
es, born to Fatima Totah and Sgt. Brian Totah.
July 16 July 30
Peytin Elizabeth Pelkey, a girl, 7 pounds, 12 July 22 Abel Matthew Johnson, a boy, 7 pounds, 10 ounc-
ounces, born to Katarina Pelkey and Spc. Alan H.D. Samaya Andreya Vivian Bruhnke, a girl, 7 es, born to and Samantha Johnson and Spc. Dillon
Pelkey. pounds, 2 ounces, born to Fetu Bruhnke and Pfc. Johnson.
William Frederick Bruhnke.
Ian Alexander Hatsady, a boy, 7 pounds, 1 ounce, Aidyn Michael Price, a boy, 7 pounds, 9 ounces,
born to Melissa Marie Hatsady and Spc. Danny Genevieve Emily Perkins, a girl, 7 pounds, 15 born to Shawndra Blair Price and Spc. Joshua
Hatsady. ounces, born to Krysta Perkins and Spc. Alex Andrew Price.
July 18 Elena Alise Saldana, girl, 6 pounds, 8 ounces,
Aiden Scott Hall, a boy, 6 pounds, 8 ounces, born Alexander Costa Yi, a boy, 7 pounds, 7 ounces, born to Donna M. Saldana and Pfc. Daniel S.
to Virginia Lea Hall and Spc. Joshua Scott Hall. born to Lyza Costa Yi and Sgt. Sang Kon Yi. Saldana.
Nathan Jon Lainez, a boy, 8 pounds, 2 ounces, July 23 Kaleb Asanti Smiley, a boy, 6 pounds, 6 ounces,
born to Tamara Lainez and Sgt. Jonathan Lainez. Harrison Thomas Bickston, a boy, 7 pounds, 1 born to Ronesha L. Smiley and Spc. Keith E. Smiley
ounce, born to Amanda Bickston and Sgt. Tyler II.
Owen Reese McManamon, a boy, 7 pounds, born Bickston.
to Lindsay Marie McManamon and 1st Lt. Richard July 31
Kenneth McManamon. Aubree Alyse Claiborne, a girl, 7 pounds, 10 Mason James Trent Billington, a boy, 7 pounds,
ounces, born to Clarissa Dawn Claiborne and Spc. 13 ounces, born to Juliana Billington and Staff Sgt.
Timothy Bernard Phelps Jr., a boy, 7 pounds, 13 Jeremy Allen Claiborne. Aaron Billington.
ounces, born to Natalia Phelps and Timothy B.
Phelps. July 25 Giovanni William Ramierz, a boy, 7 pounds, 12
John Michael Budlove Jr., a boy, 9 pounds, 7 ounces, born to and 1st Lt. Mariecell K. Ramirez
July 19 ounces, born to Wanika Kiana Budlove and Pvt. and Staff Sgt. William R. Ramierz.
Preston JahNoah Anthony Greene, a boy, 9 John M. Budlove.
pounds, born to Priscilla Greene (Dependent Callie Anne Paulino, a girl, 7 pounds, born to
daughter of Sgt. 1st Class Michael Greene). Chloe Elizabeth Combs, a girl, 7 pounds, 9 ounc- Cresilda V. Paulino and 1st Sgt. Manuel L.
es, born to Alexandria Combs and Spc. Chad Paulino.
Kate Rachel Chelin Lee, a girl, 7 pounds, 8 ounc- Combs.
es, born to Maj. Christian Lee and Tamalyn Lee. Karsyn Selene Waymer, a girl, 6 pounds, 4 ounc-
Jakira Danielle Shannonhouse, a girl, 6 pounds, es, born to Erica Lynn Waymer and Spc. Randy
Ja’Nylah Darielle Mayo, a girl, 7 pounds, 6 ounc- 11 ounces, born to Spc. Danielle Shannonhouse Waymer II.
August 9, 2012 The Frontline 7B
Army Community Service
July-Sept calendar of classes online building 82) Aug. 16, noon-2 p.m.: Scream Free Parenting (ACS,
With over 40 free classes and workshops, the online Aug. 16, 1-3 p.m.: Resumix Workshop (ACS, building building 1286)
calendar is your one-stop source for complete class 86) Aug. 17 & 24 (2 sessions), 1-3 p.m.: 10 Great Dates
listings. To register online simply go to www.stewart. Aug. 16, 5-6 p.m.: Mental Health Awareness & (ACS, building 1286)
army.mil/acs. Call (Stewart) 912-767-5058 or (Hunter) Developmental Disability Workshop (ACS, building 86)
912-315-6816 for additional information. Aug. 16, 6-7 p.m.: Remember Me Support Group Financial readiness course offered
(ACS, building 87) Buying a car is probably one of the biggest pur-
Free Classes offered at Stewart Aug. 17 & 24 (2 sessions), 1-3 p.m.: 10 Great Dates chases a Soldier and Family make. Unfortunately, many
Thursdays, 1-11:30 a.m.: Play Morning for Infants (ACS, building 82) people pay much more than the car is worth even
and Toddlers (Bryan Village Center) before interest is added to the loan. Hunter Financial
Mondays, 1:30-3 p.m.: Financial Planning for PCS- Free Classes offered at Hunter Readiness will conduct a Car Buying Workshop at
Your Money and the Move (ACS, building 86) Tuesdays, 10-11:30 a.m.: Play Morning for Infants building 1286, 9 to10:30 a.m., Aug. 29. Let us teach you
Tuesdays, 8:45 a.m.-noon or 1-4:15 p.m.: Resiliency and Toddlers (41 Rocky Road) how to make a wise car purchase that you can afford
Training for Family Members, Couples & DA Civilians Tuesday, 1-2 p.m.: Hearts Apart (ACS, building and that won’t eat up your paycheck with repair bills.
(ACS, building 86) 1286) Call 912-315-6816 for more information.
Tuesday, 9-11 a.m.: Before Baby Arrives (ACS, build- Tuesday, 1:30-3:30 p.m.: Living on a Plan-How to
ing 82) Create a Budget that Works (ACS, building 1286)
Aug. 15, 9-10:30 a.m.: Volunteer Management EFMP support group slated
Tuesday, 1-3 p.m.: Living on a Plan- How to Create
Training-Retention and Recognition (ACS, building The Hunter ACS Exceptional Family Member
a Budget that Works (ACS, building 86)
1286) Program will host It’s an Exceptional Life - EFMP
Tuesday, 2-4 p.m.: Infant Care (ACS, building 82)
Aug. 15, 9-11 a.m.: Before Baby Arrives (ACS, build- Monthly Support Group at building 1286, 5 to 6 p.m.,
Aug. 15, 9-10:30 a.m.: Alaska Overseas Briefing (ACS,
ing 1286) Aug. 28. This support group for EFMP Families is an
Aug. 15, 9 a.m.-noon: Family Readiness Group opportunity to meet, share experiences and participate
Aug. 15, 11 a.m.-1 p.m.: Foreign-Born Spouses &
Treasurer Training (ACS, building 1286) in educational seminars. Call for more information at
Hearts Apart Combined Support Groups Meeting (ACS,
Aug. 15, noon-2 p.m.: Infant Care (ACS, building 912-315-6816.
Aug. 15, 1-3 p.m.: Keeping Your Bank Account in 1286)
Check (ACS, building 87) Aug. 15, 1-2 p.m.: Alaska Overseas Briefing (ACS, Dads enhance your nurturing side
Aug. 15, 2-3:30 p.m.: Hawaii Overseas Briefing (ACS, building 1286) Dads join Baby Bootcamp, an interactive class for
building 86) Aug. 15, 2:30-3:30 p.m.: Hawaii Overseas Briefing men who are expecting a baby or have children up to
Aug. 16, 9-11:30 a.m.: Family Orientation (Soldier (ACS, building 1286) age two. This is also a great way to network with other
Service Center, building 253) Aug. 16, 9-11 a.m.: Interviewing Workshop (ACS, fathers and builds confidence in your ability to parent.
Aug. 16, 9:30-11:30 a.m.: Family Readiness Group building 1286) Baby Bootcamp for Dads will take place at Hunter ACS
Advisor Training (ACS, building 87) Aug. 16, 9:30-11 a.m.: Newcomer’s Windshield Bus (building 1286), 2 to 4 p.m., Aug. 28. For additional
Aug. 16, noon-2 p.m.: Scream Free Parenting (ACS, Tour (ACS, building 1286) information call 912-315-6816.
8B The Frontline August 9, 2012
FMWR on Web, Facebook $45 for civilian guests. For more information, call 912- sponsored by GM Military Discount, patrons must visit
Visit the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation 315-9115. AFRCresorts.com, click the game web banner, register
Website for information about what FMWR has to offer Company Level Flag Football sign-up for a chance to win and play the online memory-match
Soldiers and Families at Fort Stewart-Hunter Army Registration is under way for Company Level Flag game. The sweepstakes closes Aug. 31. Picture yourself
Airfield. The site is at www.stewartmwr.com/. Also, like Football League play, scheduled Aug. 27 through Nov. 15 on a seven-night getaway. Whether it's strolling the sands
us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ at Bennett Sports Complex. Here’s a chance to prove of Waikiki Beach, sightseeing historic European castles,
FortStewartHunterFMWR. who has the best team and company in the Third Infantry cruising around Seoul's prime shopping districts or vis-
Division. There’s no charge to compete. Companies inter- iting the enchanting Walt Disney Resort - Armed Forces
Pre-K registration update at Stewart ested in playing need to submit a memo to the sports Recreation Center Resorts offer vacation getaways that
Registration is underway for those children who were office in the Bennett Sports Complex building 471 or call will leave you and your Family with a lifetime of memo-
selected, through a lottery, to attend the State of Georgia 912-767-8238. Registration will close Aug. 15. ries.
funded Pre-K program at one of the two Fort Stewart
Child Development Centers offering the program. If you Jacksonville Jaguars tickets on sale Atlanta Motor Speedway tickets on sale
were notified in April of your child's selection, but have Tickets for 2012 home games of the Jacksonville Jaguars Be at Atlanta Motor Speedway for the biggest Labor
not completed the registration paperwork or been called are on sale at Leisure Travel Services at Stewart, building Day Party in the USA. Experience the thrills and sounds
to complete the paperwork, please call the CDC, building 419 (inside AAFES PX Furniture Mall) and Hunter, build- of the “NRA American Warrior 300” on Sept. 1 and
475, 912-767-1038 to inquire. Orientation and Open ing 1286, Home opponents are New York Giants on Aug. “Advocare 500” on Sept. 2. Saturday tickets for “Upper
House for children who will be attending the Pre-K pro- 10; Atlanta Falcons on Aug. 30, Houston Texans on Sept. Champions Reserved” section are $43; Sunday tickets
gram at CDC, building 403, 912-767-3202 was scheduled, 16; Cincinnati Bengals on Sept. 30; Chicago Bears on Oct. for “Petty Rows 16-33” are $65.50 and “Elliott Rows 21-39”
by room, for Aug.7, 8 and 9 beginning promptly at noon 7; Detroit Lions on Nov. 4; Indianapolis Colts on Nov. 8; are $43.25. For more information, call 912-767-2841
on each of those days. Orientation and Open House for Tennessee Titans on Nov. 25; New York Jets on Dec. 9; (Stewart) or 912-315-3674 (Hunter).
children who will attend the Pre-K program at CDC, and New England Patriots on Dec. 23. Military prices for
building 475, is scheduled for Aug. 15 beginning at 10 seats range from $38 to $58 for 400, 200 and 100 seat Paintball hours changed due to heat
a.m. Pre-K classes start on Aug. 20, in conjunction with sections. For more information, call 912-767-2841 Fort Stewart’s Paintball facility is closed Sundays and
the Department of Defense education Activity calendar. (Stewart) or 912-315-3674 (Hunter). operating on a half-day basis Saturdays due to dangerous
For more information, call 912-767-1038. heat conditions. The heat-dictated hours will remain in
GC Golf Scramble slated at Taylors Creek effect until the end of August. The Paintball facility, locat-
Childcare space availability update The Garrison Commander’s four-Person Golf Scramble ed in the Holbrook Pond Area off Highway 144, opens at
Childcare service is available on Fort Stewart and at Taylors Creek Golf Course will begin with a shotgun 8 a.m. on Saturdays. For more information, call 912-
Hunter Army Airfield. As of Aug. 6, available childcare start at 1 p.m., Aug. 24. The cost is $25 for active duty, 435-9303 or 912-435-9313.
spaces at Fort Stewart are five Infant, 55 Pre-Toddlers, 33 military retirees, Army Civilians and golf club members
Toddlers and 55 Pre-school age. Pre-K/Kinder and School and civilian guests. The registration deadline is Aug. 22 2013 Army Soldier Show recruitment
Age Children Summer Camps are coming to an end and or when the first 25 four-person teams have signed up. Army Entertainment is seeking technicians and per-
the spaces are now for Before- and After-School Age Care. For more information, call 912-767-2370. formers for the U.S. Army Soldier Show, Army Concert
There are 73 spaces for Before School Care and 23 spac- Tour and other entertainment programs. Don’t miss this
es for After School Care. On Hunter, childcare space Vie for powerlifting, bench press award opportunity to showcase your talents, whether it’s in the
available is 5 Infant, 39 Pre-Toddlers, 17 Toddlers, and 54 Newman Fitness Center will hold “The Rock” spotlight or behind the scenes. Auditions are open to all
Pre-school age. Also, Summer Camps are coming to an Powerlifting and Bench Press Competition for men and Soldiers – active, Reserve and Guard – who have sufficient
end and the spaces now are for Before and After School women Aug. 25. Weigh-in begins at 8 a.m. and the com- time in service remaining. Visit ArmyEntertainment.
Age Care. There are 70 spaces for Before School Care and petition at 10 a.m. Contestants will be placed into one net for applications and additional requirements need-
90 spaces for After School Care. For more information, of 12 weight classes, and must complete a successful ed for submission. Nominations are due by Nov. 1.
call Parent Central Services at 912-767-2312 (Stewart) or attempt in all three lifts (bench press, squat and dead Becoming a member of Army Entertainment's cast/
912-315-5425 (Hunter). lift) to qualify for an award. Each competitor will be given crew provides Soldiers an opportunity to work with the
three lifts per event, for a total of nine lifts. The top three entertainment industry's latest equipment and tech-
“Back to School Blast” at Corkan lifts will be combined, for a total weight lifted, to deter- nologies, learn valuable skills, train and learn from the
Celebrate the first week of school with a special laser mine a contestant’s final place. Awards will be present- industry's best, all while delivering a world-class expe-
tag and roller skating treat for the kids, from 3 p.m. until ed to the top lifters using the Schwartz-Malone Power rience.
9 p.m., Friday at Corkan Family Fun Center, building 449. Lifting formula. The cost to compete is $10 for those who
Our $10 per person combo includes two games of laser register by Aug. 20, and $15 for those who register late. Renew Hunting/Fishing permits online
tag, roller skating and one 16-ounce soda. For more For additional competition details, or to register, visit Sportsmen who hold recreation, hunting or fishing
information, call 912-767-4273. Newman Fitness Center or call 912-767-9336. permits for Fort Stewart or Hunter Army Airfield may
now renew them online through WebTrac at https://
Hunter GC Golf Scramble slated Great Getaways Vacation Sweepstakes webtrac.mwr.army.mil/webtrac/stewarthunttrac.html.
The Hunter Garrison Commander's four-person Golf Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation patrons The service is available for permit renewals only. The
Scramble will begin with a shotgun start at 8 a.m., Aug. have an opportunity to win one of four all-inclusive Stewart office is in building 8093 and the telephone
17 at Hunter Golf Club. The event will accept the first 25 "Great Getaways" vacation packages to an Armed Forces number is 912-435-8061. The Hunter office is in building
four-person teams. Register your team by Aug. 16. The Recreation Center (Dragon Hill Lodge & Resort, Hale Koa 1286 and the telephone number is 912-315-5163. For
cost is $35 for Taylors Creek and Hunter Golf Club Hotel, Shades of Green and Edelweiss Lodge & Resort). information about Georgia hunting and fishing licens-
Members, active duty, retirees, and Army Civilians. It is To enter the "Great Getaways Vacation Sweepstakes" es, or to obtain one, go to www.georgiawildlife.com.
August 9, 2012 The Frontline 9B
Teachers, projects, papers, oh my! School Crossing Guard Placement
Caitlyn Oliver important. Keep work for dif- few pages of an assigned book. 1 School
Red Cross ferent classes in different bind- When school finally starts, try
•Pulaski Elementary School
Volunteer ers or separated in the same keeping a journal of dates for 4 Crossing Guards, 2 Patrolmen
binder by labeled dividers. tests, graded homework and
School has That will make life so much other important dates. The
started and of easier when you need to pull journal will keep you from for-
course we’re all out the graded homework or getting anything significant Patrolman
dragging our feet since it research paper you’ve worked and help you prioritize what
means less beach time and on for a couple of months. to get done first. Crossing Guard
more time spent hitting the When you finish homework or As much fun as it is to hang
books (for some people that get an assignment back, put it out with friends and party on
Appendix B is subject to modification based on resources and
might not be a figurative say- in that class’s section so you the weekend, make sure you
ing…). But let’s make this as don’t lose it. I’d recommend do any homework before.
easy as possible, shall we? keeping it until you’re done Otherwise, you might forget or
To start the year right, you with that class. I pass my old just not want to get it done
should have a rockin’ first day notes to some of my friends (who wants to do it in the first
back outfit, something that because they either take the place?). Get it over with and
says “I am totally confident in same class the semester after out of the way. Trust me, it
my abilities and I feel great!” I me or are a grade behind me. saves you a lot of guilt, grief
plan on going for the stereo- It’s a great way to get rid of the and stress later. Playing catch
typical cute-school-girl look, work I don’t want rather than up is a rough game no one
simply because I can. I like just trashing it. plays willingly.
dressing according to my Study, study, study. If you Take a deep breath. Getting
mood and I figure it would be have a class that requires sum- back into the swing of things
appropriate for the first day mer work, get it over with as will take time but once you get Flashing
back. It is ALWAYS a good idea soon as you can so you aren’t the routine down and get a feel
to plan your outfit the night rushing to catch up when it’s for your teachers everything Flashing
before so you don’t have to finally due. Besides, once it’s will smooth out. Just stay on Speed Sign
worry about rushing the next done, you won’t have to worry top of your work, stay orga-
Hunter Army Airfield
morning in case you run a about it and can work on your nized, avoid the Walk of Shame, Pulaski
little late. How about we try tan like you’ve planned on and you’ll be just fine. I wish Elementary
avoiding mismatching clothes doing all summer. It’s less you the best of luck this next New Callaway/New Savannah
and wearing two different stressful and gives you more school year!
shoes because we’re about to time to fine tune an
miss the bus? essay if you need to or
Organization is incredibly finish reading those last
HINESVILLE POOLER The Dark Knight Rises (PG-13) Fri.- RiffTrax Live: Manos: The Hands of
Thurs. 12:05, 12:35, 3:20, 4, 6:35, 7:15, 10:05,
Fate (NR) Thurs. 8
Liberty Stadium Cinemas Pooler Stadium Cinemas 12 10:35 Carmike Wynnsong 11
Name: Kosy 565 W. Oglethorpe Hwy. 912-408-1000 425 Pooler Parkway 912-330-0777 Ice Age: Continental Drift (PG) Fri.
1150 Shawnee Street 912-920-1227
Soukrasmy- The Bourne Legacy (PG-13) Fri. 4:15, 7, The Bourne Legacy (PG-13) Fri.-Thurs. 4:30, 10:25 Sat. 12:30, 7:35 Sun. 4:30, 7:35
Nitro Circus: The Movie 3D (PG-13)
12, 1, 3:30, 4, 6:30, 7, 9:30, 10 Mon. 4:30, 10:25 Tues. 12:30, 7:35 Wed. 4:30,
Biggers 10 Sat.,Sun. 12:45, 4:15, 7, 10 Mon.-Thurs.
The Campaign (R) Fri.-Thurs. 12:15, 2:30, 10:25 Thurs. 12:30, 7:35 Digital Fri.-Thurs. 12:15, 2:35, 4:55, 7:15, 9:35
4:15, 7, 10 Ice Age: Continental Drift 3D (PG) No Brave (PG) Digital Fri.-Thurs. 12:30, 1,
Hometown: 5, 5:45, 7:30, 8, 9:45 Passes or Super Savers Fri.-Sun. 12:20, 4:15 3:05, 4:15
The Campaign (R) Fri. 4:45, 7:20, 9:30
Pheonix, AZ Sat.,Sun. 12:15, 2:30, 4:45, 7:20, 9:30 Mon.-
Hope Springs (PG-13) Fri.-Thurs. 12:15, No Passes or Super Savers Mon.-Thurs. The Watch (R) Digital Fri.-Thurs. 5:25,
2:45, 5:15, 7:45, 10:05
Volunteering Title: Thurs. 4:45, 7:20, 9:30 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (PG)
12:20, 4:15, 7:40, 10:30
Ted (R) Fri.-Thurs. 12:40, 3:50, 7, 9:35
Norma - Teatro Antico Taormina
HSC FRG Leader Total Recall (PG-13) Fri. 4, 7:05, 9:50 Fri.-Thurs. 12:15, 2:30, 4:45, 7:30, 9:45 Tyler Perry's Madea's Witness (NR) Digital Sun. 2
Sat.,Sun. 1:10, 4, 7:05, 9:50 Mon.-Thurs. 4, Protection (PG-13) Fri.-Thurs. 1:10, 4:20,
Why do you Total Recall (PG-13) Fri.-Thurs. 1:15, 4:15,
7:20, 9:55 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (PG)
7:05, 9:50 7:15, 9:55
volunteer? The Watch (R) Fri. 5:20, 7:40, 10 Sat.,Sun. The Watch (R) Fri.-Thurs. 7:45, 10 Step Up Revolution (PG-13) Fri.-Thurs. Digital Fri.-Thurs. 12, 4:15, 6:50, 9:15
1, 7:20 Madagascar 3: Europe's Most
I Volunteer 12:30, 3, 5:20, 7:40, 10 Mon.-Thurs. 5:20, The Dark Knight Rises (PG-13) Fri.-
Sparkle (PG-13) No Passes or Super Savers Wanted (PG) Digital Fri.-Thurs. 12:05, 2:50
because it makes 7:40, 10 Thurs. 12, 2, 3:30, 5:30, 7, 9 Wed. 7:30 The Amazing Spider-Man (PG-13)
The Dark Knight Rises (PG-13) Fri. 3:30, Ice Age: Continental Drift (PG) Fri.- Step Up Revolution 3D (PG-13) No Digital Fri.-Thurs. 12:25, 4:05, 7:05, 10:15
me feel good to Thurs. 12:30, 2:45, 5, 7:15, 10:15 Passes or Super Savers Fri.-Thurs. 4:10, Hope Springs (PG-13) Digital Fri.,Sat. 12,
6:15, 7, 9:45 Sat.,Sun. 11:15, 12, 2:45, 3:30, 6:15, 7,
know that I have 9:45 Mon.-Thurs. 3:30, 6:15, 7, 9:45 The Amazing Spider-Man (PG-13) Fri.- 10:10 2:30, 5, 7:30, 10 Digital Sun. 7:30, 10 Digital
helped the Families in the company. Ice Age: Continental Drift (PG) Fri. 4,
Thurs. 12:30, 3:45, 7:15, 9:30 Total Recall (PG-13) No Passes or Super Mon.-Thurs. 12, 2:30, 5, 7:30, 10
Ted (R) Fri.-Thurs. 12:45, 3:15, 10:05 Savers Fri.-Sun. 12:15, 12:50, 3:40, 4:05, 6:40, Savages (R) Digital Fri.,Sat. 12:45, 4:05, 7:10,
What do you like most about volunteering? 6:45, 9 Sat.,Sun. 1, 4, 6:45, 9 Mon.-Thurs. Brave (PG) Fri.-Thurs. 12:05, 2:25, 4:45 7:10, 7:40, 9:30, 10, 10:30 Mon.,Tues. 12:15, 10:15 Digital Sun.-Thurs. 1, 4, 7:15, 10:15
4, 6:45, 9 12:50, 3:40, 4:05, 6:40, 7:10, 9:30, 10 Wed. 12:15,
Knowing that I was able to lend a helping hand. SAVANNAH 12:50, 3:40, 4:05, 6:40, 9:30, 10:20 Thurs. 12:15, The Bourne Legacy (PG-13) Digital Fri.-
Ted (R) Fri. 4:10, 7:10, 9:40 Sat.,Sun. 1:15, 4:10, Thurs. 12, 12:30, 3:05, 3:35, 6:10, 6:40, 9:15, 9:45
Giving back to the community is a good feeling 7:10, 9:40 Mon.-Thurs. 4:10, 7:10, 9:40 Regal Savannah Stadium 10 12:50, 3:40, 4:05, 6:45, 7:10, 9:30, 10
Magic Mike (R) Digital Fri.-Thurs. 12:10,
in itself. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days (PG) 1132-34 Shawnee St. 912-927-7700 Ice Age: Continental Drift (PG) Fri.
12:30, 7:35 Sat. 4:30, 10:25 Sun. 12:30, 10:25 5:15, 6, 7:50, 10:15
Fri. 5, 7:15, 9:30 Sat.,Sun. 12:30, 2:45, 5, 7:15, Marvel's the Avengers (PG-13) Fri.-Wed. Mon. 12:30, 7:35 Tues. 4:30, 10:25 Wed. 12:30, The Campaign (R) Digital Fri.-Thurs.
9:30 Mon.-Thurs. 5, 7:15, 9:30 12:45, 3:45, 6:50, 10:15 Thurs. 12:45, 3:45 7:35 Thurs. 4:30, 10:25 2:50, 6:40, 8:45, 9:35
10B The Frontline August 9, 2012
Help keep drinking water safe Happy Birthday Smokey Bear!
on 'Prescription Take Back Day' DPW Environmental Division turbingly easy to start, especially during
periods of drought like we are current-
Smokey Bear turns 68 today! In 1944, ly experiencing. The leading causes of
Shirley Stephens Some drugs, including widely used the U.S. Forest Service decided to intro- wildfires are campfires left unattended,
ASAP cholesterol fighters, tranquilizers and duce a new character in its fire preven- burning trash on a dry and/or windy
anti-epileptic medications, resist mod- tion campaign. On Aug. 9 of that year, day, throwing a cigarette on the ground,
From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sept. 28, Fort ern drinking water and wastewater treat- Smokey’s debut poster was released improper disposal of charcoal, sparks
Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield will spon- ment processes. Plus, the Environmental and an American icon was born. For from lawnmowers and power equip-
sor “Prescription Take Back Day.” Protection Agency says there are no sew- generations, Smokey has educated ment or, in Fort Stewart-Hunter Army
Soldiers, Family Members, Civilians and age treatment systems specifically engi- Americans about the critical role each Airfield’s case, military training maneu-
retirees are able to drop off unused, neered to remove pharmaceuticals. of us plays in wildfire prevention. His vers.
unwanted and expired medications at (Reynolds, 2003). friendly smile and enduring message, In order to prevent wildfires on the
the commissary parking lots. One technology, reverse osmosis, “Only You Can Prevent Wildfires,” trig- Installation, Stewart-Hunter’s Forestry
Why should we support this? removes virtually all pharmaceutical gered the longest running public ser- Branch maintains a proactive con-
People take medication. However, contaminants but is very expensive for vice announcement campaign in U.S. trolled burning program, which is
drugs in the water come from medica- large-scale use and leaves several gallons history, which is now recognized world- known by national fire experts to be
tions that are flushed down the toilet. of polluted water that is made drinkable. wide. However, many people do not one of the largest in the world. Even
Wastewater is treated before it is dis- Another issue, there's evidence that add- know that Smokey was actually a real though Stewart-Hunter has one of the
charged into reservoirs, rivers or lakes. ing chlorine, a common process in con- bear. best Forestry Programs in the
Some of the water is cleansed again at ventional drinking water treatment On a spring day in 1950, a careless- Department of Defense, wildfire pre-
drinking water treatment plants and plants, makes some pharmaceuticals ly discarded cigarette started a wildfire vention is everyone’s responsibility. So,
piped to consumers. But, most treat- more toxic. that burned 17,000 acres of the Capitan help celebrate Smokey's birthday by
ments do not remove all drug residues. Now that we know we are being Mountains of Lincoln National Forest understanding the importance of his
A vast array of pharmaceuticals — exposed to other people's drugs through in New Mexico. In the midst of the message:
including antibiotics, anti-convulsants our drinking water, Dr. David Carpenter, blaze, firefighters discovered a black Wildfire Prevention Tips
and mood stabilizers— have been found who directs the Institute for Health and bear cub clinging to a burnt pine tree. • Never Leave a Campfire Unattended:
in the drinking water supplies of at least the Environment of the State University The cub was flown to a nearby animal Completely extinguish the fire before
41 million Americans, an Associated of New York at Albany, states “prevention hospital, where he was treated for sleeping or leaving the campsite.
Press investigation shows. Even users of is always the best strategy for reducing severe burns on his paws and hind legs. • Extinguish Cigarettes Completely: Be
bottled water and home filtration sys- contamination.” The cub was named “Smokey” and soon certain that cigarettes and matches are
tems don't necessarily avoid exposure. The Stewart-Hunter community will became the official mascot of the U.S. extinguished completely before dispos-
Bottlers, some of which simply repack- support “Prescription Take Back Day,” Forest Service’s fire prevention cam- ing of them and never throw them on
age tap water, do not typically treat or Sept. 28. We can minimize water con- paign. A few months after his rescue, the ground.
test for pharmaceuticals, according to tamination from pharmaceuticals by Smokey was given a permanent home • Comply with Local Regulations when
the industry's main trade group. The proper disposal of medications rather at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., Burning Yard Waste: Contact your local
same goes for the makers of home filtra- than dumping them down a drain. So, where millions visited and marveled at fire department or state Forestry
tion systems. don’t flush … bring them to us! his story. Commission in advance to confirm that
The presence of so many prescription Soldiers, remember, six months after Even today, Smokey continues to burning is allowed.
drugs - and over-the-counter medicines a prescription is written, if it is not pre- remind us of our role in fire prevention These and many other wildfire pre-
like acetaminophen and ibuprofen - in scribed again, that medication is no and his message is as critical as it was vention tips can be found on Smokey
so much of our drinking water is height- longer for legal use and if it shows up on 68 years ago. Wildfires are a very real Bear’s Web site at www.smokeybear.
ening worries among scientists of long- a drug screen, it cannot be cleared by a threat in south Georgia, and are dis- com.
term consequences to human health. Medical Review Officer.