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? Helping hands
Proficiency Tests ( DLPTs) are
available ( computerized) at
YCA cadets assist tornado victims
the CSJFTC-DPCA Education
For more information con-
tact the education center for
more complete information on
DLPTs and Oral Proficiency
Interviews (OPI). @ 601-558-
2029 Bldg 1813 on 18 Street.
Surf the Internet
Camp Shelby has an Internet
Café located on 26th Street bldg
2614 and the hours of opera-
tions are Monday- Friday 8 a.
m. until 10 p.m. and Saturday
and Sunday 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.
which is free to the Soldiers.
The American Grill has inter-
net service available but there is
a fee. The hours of operations
are Monday – Friday 8 a.m.-
7p.m. Saturday and Sunday 11
a.m – 4 p.m.
Zumba classes have been
cancelled until June 5.
If you have any questions,
you may call (601) 447-7973
or email at
ZUMBA is a FREE fitness
option to Soldiers, DoD
Civilians, Contractors and their
CSJFTC does not sponsor or
endorse the classes.
Jennifer Bozeman/Clarke County Tribune
DISASTER ZONE... Tornadoes swept through central and north Mississippi on April 28 killing more than 300 people and causing millions of dollars worth of damage.
Wreath laying Pictured above is some of the devastation from a tornado that swept through Highway 514 near Enterprise.
Camp Shelby will host its
annual wreath laying ceremo-
ny at 9 a.m. May 26 at the
Armed Forces Museum.
Cadets, Salvation Army
Central Receiving has
team up to aid victims
moved from building 102 and By DANA ELISE SMITH and they had received a call
is currently operational at Camp Shelby Public Affairs requesting assistance for water and
buildings 201/111. Contact food in Monroe County and there
SFC James Smith @ 601-558- Three cadets attending the Youth was no one available to go,” said
2369. Challenge Academy located at Hosey.
Camp Shelby Joint Forces Within minutes, Dykes and the
Training Center provided aid for cadets set off to the Salvation
The Exchange tornado victims in Mississippi on Army in Laurel to load a pickup
Work will start on the PX April 28. truck full of food and water.
parking lot May 6th which will Retired Master Sgt. Jimmy Then, they embarked on a two-
include the current access road Dykes accompanied cadets Jarvis hour drive in order to deliver sup-
from Forrest Ave. Walker, Cody Alderman and plies to the Monroe County
This will take four days and Phillip Freeman-Eubanks to Emergency Operation Center in
will be closed. Jackson Ave. Quitman so the emergency person- Submitted Photo by Lt. Col. Rick Hosey
Quitman, a small city located in HELPING HANDS.. Cadets of the Youth Challenge Academy, Jarvis Walker, Cody
will remain closed at 27th St. Monroe County, where a tornado nel could then distribute them to Alderman and Phillip Freeman-Eubanks unload boxes of food and water at an
No thru traffic allowed. touched down on April 27, locals in the devastated areas. emergency relief facility in Quitman on April 28. The supplies will be delivered to
Expect Jackson Ave. destroying many homes across Mockabee was touched by the people who were affected by a tornado that destroyed many homes in Mississippi
entrance to be closed May 11 Mississippi and Alabama. YCA’s support for the tornado vic- and Alabama on April 27.
or May 12. The entire parking “When I came into work the tims.
area should be open by May 13 next morning, I wondered if there “On behalf of the Salvation that seem to be overlooked in them a flyer requesting that they
or May 16. was any way the Youth Challenge Army, these young men are to be receiving disaster relief. bring back canned food items. We
Academy could help,” said Lt. Col. commended for their volunteer “There were many smaller hope to collect enough to deliver to
Case lot sale Rickey Hosey, program coordina- service to our neighboring commu- towns that were affected like Smithville because the people
The 113th Military Police is tor of the YCA. nities and to the welfare of others. Smithville. It was completely there are really in need,” he said.
hosting a commissary case lot He contacted the Salvation We are very proud that the wiped out,” said Hosey. The YCA will continue to accept
sale from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Army chapter in Laurel and Mississippi Youth Challenge “Right now, there is only one contributions through May 31.
May 21-22 at the Brandon, MS Stephanie Mockabee answered the Academy and the Salvation Army small church feeding about 2,000 Anyone interested in donating cans
Armory located at 300 Hwy call. worked together as a team to help people a day. So we hope to help of food, can drop them off at build-
468. “She said she was really glad I those in need,” she said. that town. On May 6, the cadets ing 105. The point of contact is Lt.
called because most of her person- Hosey said he hopes to do more will have a pass for Mother’s day Col. Rickey Hosey, YCA Program
See SOLDIER, Page 2 nel were away helping in Alabama for those affected in small towns weekend, we are sending with Coordinator at 601-558-2297.
Page 2 REVEILLE (CS) May 12, 2011
Taken an opportunity to honor those who serve
patriotism coming up this month Continue to provide first class receiving the “Hospitality Award”
he weather in Mississippi
never ceases to amaze me, and opportunities to honor those service as we assist our comrades for their efforts and contributions
especially when we are brethren who have made the ulti- in arms for their upcoming mis- during the 73rd Annual
experiencing the second deadliest mate sacrifice for their country. sion. Conference of the National Guard
tornado disaster in U.S. history - Days of celebration and honor Continue to press forward as we Association of Mississippi. Thanks
here in our own state. include Armed Services Day on welcome several specialized units for a job well done.
Tornadoes have destroyed com- May 21st and Memorial Day on for their mobilization training as Thanks team for your diligence
munities, homes and property in May 30th. they prepare for Overseas and support as we continue the
Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, We will also be welcoming the Contingency Operations in the mission of mobilizing and demobi-
Georgia, Arkansas, Virginia, cherished 9-11 Flag Display to weeks ahead. lizing American Heroes as they
Louisiana and Kentucky. tour Camp Shelby prior to its final Some of those units include the travel through the gates of Camp
My heart goes out to the journey on its ten year tour where 1182nd Transportation Terminal Shelby. It is an honor and a privi-
Families and service members it will be buried during the 10th Battalion of the South Carolina lege to assist America’s finest
affected by these natural disasters. anniversary memorial service at Army Reserves and the 116th patriots as they embark on their
I pray that your recovery will be Ground Zero in New York in Infantry Brigade Combat Team journey for the continued fight for
steadfast as the clean up and remembrance of those lost during from Virginia Army National freedom. Thank you for all that
rebuilding efforts are underway. I the Terrorist Attacks of 9-11. Guard. Continue to strive for you do and keep up the good
want to encourage our Soldiers and The 45th Infantry Brigade excellence as we train and support work.
employees to assist where you can Combat Team is still engaged in these units in preparation of their May God continue to bless you,
to those that have lost so much. their training as they divide their upcoming mission. your Families, and this great coun-
As comrades in arms, we have time between CSJFTC and the Congratulations to Capt. Paul try.
several events to celebrate our Joint Readiness Training Center. Rocquin and his wife Elizabeth for “SOLDIERS FIRST!” Col. Steve Parham
45th Soldiers training as Combat Lifesavers
By SPC. LESLIE R. GOBLE important times – right as the injury The training received at Camp Shelby is
Public Affairs, 45th Infantry occurs. fairly intense.
Brigade Combat Team Instructors at Camp Shelby teach life- The trainers put real-life events into
saving techniques that range from some- their training in order to get the most out of
Combat medics are ultimate force multi- thing as simple as keeping a Soldier’s air- training the Soldiers.
pliers to Soldiers in combat. They are way open to more advanced techniques Most of the instructors have been
trained to perform many life-saving tech- like treating for tension Pneumothorax. deployed several times before and served a
niques, but they cannot be everywhere at Tension Pneumothorax is caused when a medical background themselves.
once. lung is collapsed and air is getting into the “We do our best to simulate battle situa-
This is where a Combat Life Saver space between the lung and the diaphragm. tions,” said Sgt. 1st Class Carlos M. Evers,
(CLS) comes into the picture. It is a very serious injury that could result an instructor at the CLS course here at
A CLS fills the gap between the time a in the Soldier’s death if not treated imme- Camp Shelby. “We take what’s in the book
Soldier is injured and when a combat diately. and apply it to real life.”
medic can get to them, resulting in quicker Soldiers, who are CLS qualified, play a Soldiers attending the class go through
care to the injured Soldier. vital role in their team’s daily missions. rigorous practical exercises meant to push
The 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team According to a release from Newsweek, them to the limit both physically and men-
(IBCT) knows the importance of this task 5,500 American troops were wounded in tally.
and getting Soldiers ready for deployment action in 2010, but fewer than 8 percent The instructors lay out scenarios to chal-
to Afghanistan this summer. died, down from 11 percent in 2009. lenge and provide a sense of urgency to
Approximately 10 percent of each com- That is the highest survival rate in the simulate the stress one may find them-
pany in the 45th IBCT will be CLS quali- history of U.S. wars. selves in during combat situations.
fied prior to the deployment. When Soldiers are injured in combat “I liked how they threw a bunch of dif-
Photo by: Spc. Leslie Goble, Public Affairs, 45th IBCT
The CLS course is a 40 hour class that most are near a CLS qualified Soldier that ferent scenarios at us,” said Pfc. Keevin LIFESAVER... Spc. Richard Mendes of Long Beach,
trains up to 60 Soldiers at a time. can quickly assess the injuries and treat McConnell of Norman, Okla., and mem- Calif., a mechanic in Company A, 1st Battalion 179th
Soldiers in the course learn lifesaving them before a medic can get to them and ber of Company B 179 Infantry, 45th Infantry, 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team treats
techniques needed to save lives at the most provide more advanced treatment. IBCT. “It kept our minds working.” combat wounds in the Combat Life Saver (CLS) course
events. Whether you’re a contractor, DA Civilian or
SOLDIER Soldier, the Reveille wants to highlight your Family
Continued from Page 1 member’s latest news. Contact CSJFTC Public Affairs
Office at 601-558-2271 or 601-558-2835.
National Guard jobs Museum gifts available
The Mississippi National Guard is now seeking The Mississippi Armed Forces Museum Gift Shop
Soldiers and Airmen with agri-business or farming is now offering specialized and unique gifts and sou-
experience to support a joint deployment to venirs for mobilizing units and the whole Family.
Afghanistan. Contact Maj. Stacy Johnson at 601-313- The current best seller is the Uniform Scrapbook
4544 or firstname.lastname@example.org featuring U.S. Army, U.S. Air Force and U.S.
Marines camouflage patterns. The gift shop is now
ATM Hours offering vintage t-shirts with the Army Eagle crest in
New ATM hours at billeting will be Monday - the style of those worn by Soldiers at Camp Shelby
Friday 7 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Saturday- Sunday 7:30 during World War II.
a.m. 11:30 a.m. ATM can also be found at Post In support of the 45th Infantry Brigade Combat
Exchange and Camp Shelby Federal Credit Union. Team now training at Camp Shelby Joint Forces
Training Center, the Gift Shop has t-shirts showcas-
ing their insignia.
Tell us your story It also has one-of-a-kind T-shirts highlighting
The Reveille wants your story! remarkable events in Mississippi's history. The
The Reveille highlights an Officer, Noncom-mis- museum offers a Kid's Corner section at the Gift
sioned Officer, Enlisted Soldier and a Civilian in Shop with specialized toys such as Civil War
every edition. Tell us about your job at Camp Shelby. Soldiers, Combat Mission Rifles, Bandoliers and
Tell us about your military career, background, hob- much more. For more information, please contact
bies or accomplishments. If you are interested in Nikki Fairley at 601-558-2757 or visit www.armed-
telling your story, contact the CSJFTC Public Affairs forcesmuseum.us or visit the Mississippi Armed
Office at 601-558-2271 or 601-558-2835. Forces Museum.
The Reveille wants to highlight your Family in a The hours of operation are Tuesday –Saturday 9
Family Corner article for special achievements and a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Col. Steve Parham ....................CS Commander
Maj. Deidre Musgrave ........................PA Officer
Staff Sgt. Jackquline Moore ..............PA NCOIC
Sgt. Latasha Williams ............................PA NCO
Dana Elise Smith ..........................Videographer
May 12, 2011 REVEILLE (CS) Page 3
A page from history
Here’s page 3
of the Camp
from July 8,
monies and the
take up the
page - along
with ads from
area. The more
the more they
stay the same.
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Why do bad things happen to good people?
By CHAPLAIN (Col.) As he did, the tornado ripped the through and in spite of tragedies?
FORREST BANKSTON, Jr. roof from their house knocking the Belief in grace allows me to be
Camp Shelby Chaplain husband to the floor while sucking thankful the storms of life aren’t
the wife up and away. worse than they were. Grace pro-
Why? vides assurance for the future.
ast week a record number of
tornados ripped through the Why did it happen that way? Assurance that I can face anything
southeast causing widespread I would suggest instead of “Why life hands me no matter how painful
destruction. In the state of Alabama does God let bad things happen to because I know, in the end, God
alone, more than 200 people lost good people,” we should ask “Why wins.
their lives. don’t more bad things happen?” For me, God’s goodness isn’t
Entire communities ceased to I believe the answer is God’s based on how many good things hap-
exist. Landscapes have been altered grace. pen for me. God’s goodness is based
for years to come. Weather experts While feeling sorrow for the on my faith that His grace is suffi-
say there were more tornados on that destruction of a block of houses, I cient.
day than any previous on record. can be thankful for the house left The Bible is full of people just like
Just this year we have seen earth- standing. us. People who didn’t have all the
quakes and tsunamis strike. The toll I believe God’s grace shields us answers, yet they had faith. They had
on lives and property has been enor- from an all out onslaught on creation. faith because they had experienced
mous. That is a perspective we don’t get God’s grace firsthand.
Natural disasters like these will from the world. Belief in the Lord and His grace
lead some to ask the question, “Why The world looks at God from a allows us to say with the apostle
do bad things like this happen to “What will You do for me?” point of Paul, “Rejoice in hope, be patient in
good people?” view. tribulation, be constant in prayer.”
How can God let things like this As long as things go well for me in Romans 12:12 – (ESV)
happen? my life, God is OK. But, if some-
How can a whole block be wiped thing bad happens, then my favorable
out and one house left standing? view of God is out the window. But
A man and his wife were in bed as my faith teaches me that life isn’t
the tornado approached. about me.
The man looked over to ask his My life is about what I can do for
wife if she was okay. the Lord. How can I serve Him
CAMP S H E L B Y A R E A
The following worship opportunities (Confessions at 1:30 p.m.) *Transportation provided for Jewish, Latter-day Saints Mamie Street, 601-545-3871. Every
are available through Camp Shelby Episcopal, Lutheran, Muslim services Sunday, 9 a.m., Latter-day Saints Friday at 6 p.m.
Joint Forces Training Center. Sunday, 2 p.m., Greer Chapel ONLY (due to time scheduling) Units Meeting House, 1618 Broadway Dr.,
(Confessions at 1:30 p.m.) are responsible for arranging trans- 601-268-2438/ Hall: 601-268-9706. Muslim
ON POST portation by calling 601-558-2622. Contact the Post Chaplain. Contact Post Chaplain
General Protestant For Jewish, Latter-day Saints and Episcopal
Sunday, 9 a.m., Greer Chapel Muslim services, please contact the Lutheran Sunday, 8 a.m., Trinity Episcopal, 509 Others
Sunday, 12:30 p.m., Greer Chapel Post Chaplain for assistance at 558- Sunday, 8 a.m., St. John Lutheran West Pine St., 601-544-5551 Church of God at Bellevue, Hwy. 589,
2378. Church, 2001 Hardy Street, 601-583- Hattiesburg
Catholic Mass 4898. Jewish Jesus Christ of LDS, 2215 Broadway
Saturday, 2 p.m., Greer Chapel OFF POST Friday at Temple B’Nai Israel at 801 Drive, Hattiesburg
May 12, 2011 REVEILLE (CS) Page 5
Williams being Since Camp Shelby became a
mobilization station in June
He served the first six years
Gulfport in 1995. He earned his
Associate Degree in Business
deployed to Iraq 2004, Williams has written sto-
ries and photographed Soldiers
on active duty as a cannon
crewmember in the Regular
Technology and Networking in
2008 from Antonelli College
By DANA ELISE SMITH during training maneuvers and Army. He was stationed at located in Hattiesburg.
Camp Shelby Public Affairs special events that have taken Ledward Barracks in Williams spends his spare
place at CSJFTC. Schweinfurt, Germany and at time delving in photography
On May 3, Sgt. Michael On May 3, his Camp Shelby Fort Sill, Okla. and going on fishing trips.
Williams worked his last day at Public Affairs co-workers treat- This will be the third deploy- “I have a passion for photog-
the Camp Shelby Joint Forces ed him to a luncheon at the ment for Williams. His first raphy. Most of the time, you can
Training Center’s Public Affairs Plaid Rhino. was from 1999 to 2000 on a find me with a camera in my
office. There, Maj. Deidre peace-keeping mission to hand. I love fishing because I
The native of Gulfport is a Musgrave, CSJFTC Public Kuwait with the 2nd Battalion, think it’s very relaxing,” said
member of the Headquarters Affairs OIC, presented him with 5th Field Artillery headquar- Williams.
and Headquarters Battery 1st an Army Commendation tered at Fort Sill, Okla. He enjoys hanging out with
Battalion, 204th Air Defense Medal. His second deployment was his Family which consists of his
Artillery headquartered in Williams said goodbye to the from 2003 to 2004, he deployed daughter, Mia Rene Williams,5,
Newton. staff. in support of Operation Iraqi mother, Frances Holloway and On May 3, Maj. Deidre Musgrave presented Sgt.
After a few months of train- “You are like Family. I’ve Freedom with the 890th father, Theodore Williams, as Michael Williams with an Army Commendation Medal
ing at Fort Sill, Okla., he will learned a lot from you and look Engineer Battalion headquar- well as his friends. during a special luncheon in his honor at the Plaid
Rhino restaurant. Williams is scheduled to deploy
deploy to Iraq with the unit in up to you. I’m going to miss tered in Gulfport. He is a member of West Point to Iraq in a few months with the Headquarters and
support of the Overseas you,” he said. Williams graduated from Baptist Church in Hattiesburg Headquarters Battery 1st Battalion, 204th Air
Contingency Operations. He has a total of 14 years of Gulfport High School located in where he attends regularly. Defense Artillery.
Maintaining control of your job search... and determine what you can do. Try to be as flexible as possible.
By BRYAN THARPE Then, list the days of the week feel out of control.
ACAP Transition Services Manager Several of these tools are in your Try to research and list at least a few across a sheet of paper, breaking the Visit your ACAP Center and sign
Army Career and Alumni Program locations that you would be happy different days of the week into hours. up for a Job Assistance Workshop.
Do you like to be in control of (ACAP) Center. living in. Keep in mind the job you Then, fill in each day with different These workshops allow you the
every aspect of things that affect your You can research and find out what want when you get there. aspects of the job search process. opportunity to network with others
life? If you do, you're not alone. each job entails and determine If there are no jobs that you want or Allow yourself time to do going through the same process
Most people do. However, if you whether or not you can qualify to do qualify for in a particular area, you some personal and as you are. But networking
are leaving the military after spending it. may not want to continue considering Family things you would also has an added benefit
several years of living a specialized These automated tools also indi- it. Allowing yourself several loca- normally do. Try to of possibly getting a
lifestyle, you may feel that you are cate what you can expect to get paid tions gives you a greater sense of con- stick to the plan. good job lead.
surrendering most, if not all, of your for a particular job as well as the pro- trol. Don't allow yourself Staying in control is
control. To many, this can be a very jected growth or decline over the next Second, you need a good job to get side tracked. Most an important aspect of
disturbing thought. Are there any tips few years. search plan that meets your needs. likely you'll find that, your job search. The
to help maintain control while you As far as where you want to live, Generally speaking, nothing good just like dieting, when more comfortable you
transition to a new job? that's a whole different consideration. happens that hasn't been planned and you're trying to be good, are with the process, the
Well, let's discuss a few things that The first consideration needs to be worked for. Making a plan and stick- there always seem to be easier it will seem to you
may help keep you in control of whether or not you are available to ing to it puts you back in control. But more temptations. and the more you will enjoy
things. relocate. just like resumes, plans have to be tai- But remember, the more you it.
First, do you know what you want Generally, the more flexible you lored to fit an individual. deviate from your plan, the more con- However, staying in control is only
to do and where you want to do it? are regarding where you can live, the One plan will not work for every- trol you are giving up. one aspect of the entire job search
Until you nail down the specifics of more opportunities that are available one. Start by making a list of the dif- Third, try to find out as much as process.
this question, it's hard to go to the to you. If you are locked into a cer- ferent actions associated with a job you can about what to expect during For information on all the other
next step. tain location, remember that you are search. Your ACAP Center offers the job search. This can alleviate a lot equally important aspects, contact
There are many tools available to also locked into the available jobs and workshops to teach you the job of stress and make it easier to cope your local ACAP Center at (601) 255-
help you explore career opportunities pay scale for that area. search process. with the process. Stress can make you 2558.
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Collins thankful for being alive after near-deadly crash
By DANA ELISE SMITH his hand and repair injury to his
Camp Shelby Public Affairs shoulder.
He also suffered hearing loss in
1st Lt. Sidney Collins is a mem- his left ear which has been cos-
ber of the 114th Military Police metically reconstructed. He cur-
Company headquartered in rently is undergoing treatment to
Canton. regain his hearing.
He is currently serving as the ground to put out the flames on his face, arm and hand. Although the burns will leave
Real Property Manager at Camp body. He also suffered internal bruis- scars, Collins said he is so happy
Shelby Joint Forces Training “All I could see was my hand ing to both kidneys and numerous to be alive.
Center’s Department of Public was burned. I didn’t know that I smaller injuries. “I never had much going for me
Works. He is responsible for man- was even hurt,” he said. “Thanks to the flame retardant in the way of looks and I don’t
aging the input and tracking of Retired Sgt. 1st Class Mark ACUs, most of the burned parts of think I will be donating my hair to
Camp Shelby’s real property. He DeShields, who works at the my body were not covered by my Locks of Love. I totally under-
is also responsible for developing Youth Challenge Academy at uniform. The patch on my arm stand why GQ had to cancel the
construction project management CSJFTC assisted him while two was burned only because my uni- photo shoot,” he joked.
for CSJFTC’s energy efficiency Soldiers of the 177th were rushing form was singed all the way “The burns are just reminders of
project. to the aid of the young man who through.” the accident. I am happily married,
Collins mobilized here in collided with him. He was treated at the University so my wife and Family do not
September of 2010 after returning He was unconscious and pinned of Mississippi Medical Center in mind them.”
from his deployment to Iraq in inside his burning vehicle. The Jackson. Collins returned to work on
July. Soldiers climbed in and pulled There, he received a tracheoto- January 4. 1st Lt. Sidney Collins
Six months ago on Oct. 28, him out through the back window my and five units of blood. He “Cabin fever was starting to set
2010, Collins was leaving Camp away from the flames. spent eleven days unconscious due in and I just had to get back to
Shelby after an ordinary day at “The Soldiers were like the to the nature of the drugs and work. DPW has really been great. to his civilian occupation and his
work. policemen and firemen on 9/11,” treatment procedures. At first I couldn’t do a whole lot personally owned business which
As he was pulling out onto said Collins, “They went into a sit- “The response from Camp but I was able to be useful, but he started while teaching at the
Highway 49, a vehicle speeding uation that most people would run Shelby, DPW and the community now I am starting to do all the University of Tennessee, called
over 80 miles-per-hour collided from. They did everything they was amazing. The Adjutant things I used to and work at full “The Crayon Years.”
with his truck. The impact caused were supposed to do. They made General of Mississippi came to force,” he said. After 15 years of military serv-
both the vehicles’ gas tanks to sure they kept us calm and visit me in the hospital and DPW In fact, Collins has been prepar- ice and four overseas deploy-
puncture and both vehicles watched over us…It cannot be co-workers came immediately to ing for his Army Physical Fitness ments, he recalled that he original-
instantly caught on fire. said enough, I am not the miracle. the hospital and stayed with my Test on May 11. ly joined the National Guard
Collins said he constantly The miracle is what others around wife while I was unconscious. I As he continues to heal from the because the service offered a way
drilled scenarios that taught him to me did.” am just a technician; I didn’t experience that could have cost out of his small home town.
escape from a burning vehicle Collins was struggling to expect that kind of response just him his life, Collins is moving for- “At the time, it seemed like an
while he was overseas. Because breathe at the time. He did not for me,” said Collins. ward. adventure,” he said. “And it still
the training he received, he was know it at the time but one of his After that harrowing experi- He is currently working on his does.”
able to react quickly. lungs had collapsed and there was ence, Collins endured two months dissertation that will complete his The Natchez native now resides
As soon as the flames welled an internal laceration on his liver. of painful healing including two curriculum for a doctorate degree in Dixie with his wife Julie and
up, he unbuckled his seat belt and In addition, he had three broken skin graft operations to his arm, from the University of Tennessee two children, Emily, 8 and Keith,
kicked out the door to escape his ribs and four cracked ribs. He suf- face and hand, physical and occu- in Human Ecology. 5. They actively attend Parkway
burning truck. He dropped to the fered third degree burns to his pational therapy to regain use of After which, he hopes to return Heights United Methodist Church.
May 12, 2011 REVEILLE (CS) Page 7
Maj. Deidre Musgrave/Camp Shelby Public Affairs
HOSPITALITY AWARD... Capt. Paul Rocquin, range control officer and his wife Elizabeth, law student,
received the “Hospitality Award” for their creative efforts and coordination for the Camp Shelby Joint
Forces Training Center hospitality room during the 73rd Annual National Guard Association of
Mississippi banquet held in Philadelphia, Miss. The theme this year was “Hooray for Hollywood” where
the Rocquin’s dazzled the visiting stars with designs such as a walk of fame, Hollywood movie posters
highlighting Soldiers’ efforts with creative movie titles, antique movie reels and an assortment of refresh-
ments. Congratulations on a job well done.
CSJFTC bids farewell to Carroll Mitchell
By SGT. LaTASHA WILLIAMS ty and work ethic are unrivaled and will not
Camp Shelby Public Affairs be forgotten.
Ainsworth expressed, “We can’t tell you
Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training how much we thank you, we can’t give you
Center gave a farewell to one of its best on enough certificates, and it’s never enough.”
April 28. Carroll Mitchell, administrative ‘Eight feet’ Carroll is the nickname
clerk, CSJFTC Department of Public Creekmore Wright gave Mitchell. Wright
Safety, was honored for her dedicated com- said that walking into the office there was
mitment to excellence in which she has about eight feet between the time he
demonstrated throughout her service with walked through the door and set down that
Camp Shelby for over 30 years. Mitchell would be informing him of things
During the retirement ceremony, Lt. Col. to do.
James Ainsworth, Director Plans, Training, “Mitchell is going through some trying
Mobilization, Security, stated that Mitchell times, but she would always be there on
has gone through several police chiefs and time, she never complained and she didn’t
several interations of what the Camp make any mistakes,” said Wright.
Shelby Dept. of Public Safety will or will Col. Steve Parham, Camp Shelby Joint
not be called and with all of the changes, Forces Training Center Commander said
she has never cared what was going on even though Mitchell is going through hard
around her, she did her job regardless. times he has never seen her without a smile
“She’s the kind of person who works in on her face.
the background and never asks a lot”, said “The biggest compliment I can give you
Ainsworth. from a son is that you have the strength I
Ainsworth recalled the Army values to see in my own mother,” said Parham.
Mitchell which are loyalty, duty, respect, Mitchell not only received a Certificate
selfless service, honor, integrity and per- of Achievement award during the ceremo-
sonal courage, expressing that she has lived ny, but was also given two Camp Shelby
up to and surpassed what those values stand glasses for her and her husband.
for. She was given a gift from the access
Ainsworth expressed to Mitchell that office to honor her service and show their
these words are the description of a good appreciation.
employee. “In the Army, we strive to “I love her to death and I’ll always
achieve the meaning of those words,” said remember her,” said Rodney Jarrell, police
He presented her with a CSJFTC coin for In attendance to help celebrate the occa-
excellence and a Certificate of sion was Mitchell’s Family which included
Appreciation award. her husband Timothy, son Timothy
In part, the Certificate of Appreciation Mitchell, daughter Carla Mitchell, CSJFTC
read she was one of the unsung heroes that access control officer, grandson Spc. Joey
make a complex organization such as the Payton, CSJFTC Directorate of Logistics
Camp Shelby Dept. of Public Safety a bet- and his wife Kayla Payton and great grand-
ter place. It also pointed out that her loyal- son Benton Hill.
Sgt. LaTasha Williams/Camp Shelby Public Affairs
MANY YEARS OF SERVICE... Carroll Mitchell was joined by her husband, Timothy, and other Family
members to honor her for her dedicated service at Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center on April
29, 2011. Mitchell has worked for CSJFTC for over 30 years in the Department of Public Safety office.
Page 8 REVEILLE (CS) May 12, 2011
Soldiers’ jobs safe
By CAPT. JOHN ROACH
CSJFTC Legal Assistance Attorney
Since September 11, 2001, Army Reserve and
National Guard Soldiers have put their careers on hold to
support Operations Iraqi Freedom and Operation
Enduring Freedom. Many have, or are currently serving
on their third or fourth tour.
Concerns about civilian employment after a mobiliza-
tion or other military service are at the forefront of many
Army Reserve and National Guard Soldiers’ minds.
Will I have my job when I return?
Will my employer retaliate against me because of my
Will I have to start from the bottom again?
New technology or software exists; will I be afforded
National Day of Prayer training opportunities so I can keep my job?
There are federal and state laws in place that address
these concerns and protect Soldiers from discrimination
Sgt. LaTasha Williams/Camp Shelby Public Affairs and retaliation because of their military service.
GOD BLESS AMERICA... Members of the Soul Lifters Choir from the 177th The most notable law and the one that will be dis-
Armored Brigade sing ‘God Bless America’ during the National Day of Prayer
ceremony held at Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center on May 5.
cussed in this article is known as the Uniformed Services
Pictured above, from left, is Chaplain (Maj.) Norris Darden, Sgt. 1st Class Viola Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA).
Serrant, Sgt. Shelia Heard, Sgt. 1st Class LQuitha Brock, Sgt. 1st Class David This federal law was enacted in 1994 and applies to all
Jones, Sgt. 1st Class Troy Baptiste, and Staff Sgt. Cynthia Thomas. Last private and government employers.
Thursday marked the 60th annual National Day of Prayer. At right, Lt. Col. This law is a floor, not a ceiling; therefore a public or
William King, Directorate of Logistics, reads from the book of Psalm during the private employer may provide greater rights than USER-
National Day of Prayer ceremony held at Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training
Center on May 5. King said a prayer for our Nation.
RA offers but no employer can refuse to provide any
right or benefit guaranteed by USERRA.
USERRA covers “service in the uniformed services”
which includes all categories of military training and
Be aware of hazardous materials ures to work with them safely. regarding personal protective equip-
service, including duty performed on a voluntary or
involuntary basis. In order to be protected under USER-
RA, five pre-conditions must be met:
1) The Soldier must have a civilian job prior to mobi-
By SGT. 1st CLASS CECIL WILSON lization or training
Camp Shelby Safety NCO A MSDS is an informational paper ment (PPE) and product contact expo-
prepared by the manufacturer of chem- sure limits. 2) Prior notice of military service must be given to the
Did you know that just about every ical products that describes the physi- Also warnings are provided as to employer
day in the workplace we come in con- cal and chemical properties of that whether materials are incompatible 3) The period of military service may not exceed five
tact with some type of hazardous mate- product. with other substances that could result years, with some exceptions
rials? The MSDS also gives physical and in chemical reactions or fire. Finally, 4) The Soldier must receive an “honorable” or “gener-
This may be cleaner, ink, air spray, health hazards, rates of exposure, pre- MSDS gives the user contact informa- al under honorable conditions” discharge
and even correction fluid that are cautions for safe handling and use, tion for the company or organization 5) The Soldier must report back to work in a timely
among the vast number of hazardous emergency and first aid procedures, preparing the MSDS. manner.
materials. and material control measures. Copies of MSDS must be posted in This is too easy, right? Not so fast! Proper notice to
We should all be concerned about Chemical manufactures are also work areas and be readily accessible to an employer may be verbal or written, as long as the
the health hazards of materials we required to produce a MSDS for each Soldiers and civilian employees. Soldier provides the employer with a copy of his orders.
work with daily in our respected areas. hazardous chemical they produce. MSDS booklets or binders are most These general eligibility requirements have important
All employees of the military and This document must be included in the commonly used for this task and are qualifications and exceptions that are further explained
civilians have a legal right to know initial shipment of hazardous materials located in supply rooms, shops and in the law.
about hazardous materials they work to the user. motor pools. Once those preconditions are met, USERRA provides
with so they can protect themselves. The MSDS must include the physi- If you are missing or need a MSDS a Soldier with numerous entitlements to include prompt
A material safety data sheet (MSDS) cal and chemical characteristics of the for products that you are using, contact reinstatement to employment. As a general rule, the
can warn you about the harmful effects product. It makes known the acute and your local safety office or the manu- Soldier is entitled to reemployment in the position that he
of chemicals and other harmful sub- chronic health effects and whether the facturer. or she would have attained with reasonable certainty if
stances, and provide you with informa- chemical is considered a carcinogen. You may also log online and search not for the military absence. This is known as the esca-
tion on the proper precautionary meas- It also gives precautionary measures http://www.msds.com
See JAG, Page 16
Nowell honored for service to country
By MAJ. PAT LOWERY
CSJFTC Directorate of Public Works
Dwane Nowell has been
employed as a civilian employee
with Directorate of Public Works
He serves as the Buildings and convention in Nachez by his com- as the 1st Sgt. for the 71st
Utilities Coordinator in Camp mander, Lt. Col. Michael R. Expeditionary Air Control
Shelby Joint Forces Training Ouellette. Squadron from 2009 to 2010.
Center’s Directorate of Public Nowell enlisted in the Air He has many awards and decora-
Works. National Guard in 1979 as a tions for meritorious performance
He is mostly known as the guy Refrigeration and Air Conditioning while on active and inactive duty
that many people see when some- Specialist. He cross-trained into status.
thing goes wrong with their build- food service and became the Nowell is one of the unsung
ing. He arrives quietly, analyzes NCOIC of the Food Service heroes behind the scenes making
the situation, determines the Section of his unit. sure that buildings and facilities are
repairs necessary, supervises the He served in various leadership safe, comfortable and functional. Camp Shelby’s Dwayne Nowell recently awarded the Mississippi Air National
repair and quietly departs for yet positions until becoming Squadron He is one of those people that Guard’s First Sergeant of the Year award for his merits of his exemplary career as
another problem to solve in the First Sergeant in 2008. He has been people never hear about, but see a Guardsman. He was presented the award on March 26 at the Mississippi NCO
never ending effort to provide all mobilized to the Combat Readiness his work when they adjust the ther- convention in Nachez.
tenants of CSJFTC with facilities Training Center in support of mostat and the building gets cooler
that support their areas of operation Noble Eagle where he was selected or warmer. That kind of work is nance, repair, upgrades, renova- four boys Chandler, Cameron,
and mission. as the NCO of the Quarter for his often taken for granted and is sel- tions and installations of equip- Clayton, and Copeland.
Many people do not know that performance as the Logistic Plans dom thought about, particularly ment in order to meet economic They reside in Hattiesburg,
Nowell is a Master Sergeant and NCO. what it takes to keep the electricity, requirements, changing demands, where they have lived since 1981.
First Sergeant of the 255th Air Nowell was deployed to the water or other systems in good and all laws, standards and regula- They are members of Sacred Heart
Control Squadron, Air National National Capital Region in 2003 as working order for a building. tions. Catholic Church in Hattiesburg
Guard headquartered in Gulfport. the Security NCOIC for the Joint As the Buildings and Utilities He is also responsible for com- where they are active in many
He was recently awarded the Air Defense Operations Center in Coordinator, Nowell is responsible pliance concerning many regulato- church, community outreach and
Mississippi Air National Guard’s Washington, D.C. for each zone supervisor, mechani- ry agencies such as Occupational civic related activities.
First Sergeant of the Year award for He was later assigned to Task cal and electrical trades and shop Safety and Health, Environmental Nowell enjoys the outdoors and
his merits of his exemplary career Force Katrina in 2005 for seven operations such as carpentry, paint- Protection Agency and the spending time with his Family like
as a Guardsman. months in support of hurricane ing and signage. Mississippi Department of camping, fishing, dirt bike riding
He was presented the award on relief efforts. His job is to plan, develop, Environmental Quality. or spending a simple day at the
March 26 at the Mississippi NCO He deployed to South West Asia implement and supervise mainte- Nowell and his wife, Patty, have beach.
May 12, 2011 REVEILLE (CS) Page 9
COMMAND SERGEANT MAJOR’S CORNER
NCOs lead by example
By CMD. SGT. MAJ. STEVEN CHANCELLOR
CSJFTC Command Sergeant Major
irst and foremost I want to express my
sympathy to the Soldiers and Airmen
who were affected by the tornadoes
that swept through Mississippi a couple of
I know that these are some difficult times
for them. Remember them in your prayers.
Let me encourage all of you to make dona-
tions, contributions or help where you can.
May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage
It’s a month where we celebrate Asians
and Pacific Islanders in the United States.
The month of May was chosen to honor the
first Japanese immigrants to the U.S. on
May 7, 1843 and also to recognize the com-
pletion of the transcontinental railroad on Cmd. Sgt. Maj. Steven Chancellor
May 10, 1869.
May 30 is Memorial Day. It is not only a Remember leaders, setting a good example
day to celebrate time off, but we should all by excelling in your PT test is a must.
take the time to remember those who have I trust you all remembered that Mother’s
paid the ultimate sacrifice while fighting for day was May 8. I hope that you did some-
freedom and defending our nation. thing special for your wife, mother or grand-
Thanks team for another successful mother.
APFT. I encourage all of you to continue Thank you team for a job well done in
your fitness training, whether it’s daily or support of mobilization operations and
every other day. Soldier readiness training.
Waiting until the last minute to prepare Remember, NCOs: you lead by example
for the next APFT should not be an option, by doing what’s right even when no one is
which by the way is in November. looking. HOOAH! SOLDIERS FIRST!
Page 10 REVEILLE (CS) May 12, 2011
Camp Shelby Reveille
Thursday, May 12, 2011
Zoo offers summer Summer digital
Animal Adventures photo class, WCU
The Hattiesburg Zoo’s Join in a five-week intensive
EdZOOcation Department is class on learning the basics of
gearing up for exciting animal digital photography plus what
adventures all summer long. you can do after you've taken
“The EdZOOcation Depart- the photo.
ment has so much planned for You'll learn professional tips
the children in the community on how to enhance your photos
this summer,” said Krissy to achieve that "wow" look along
Hamilton, education curator. “We with some of the many other
are excited to announce our new items available in Photoshop,
summer camp themes and intro- such as creating an efficient fil-
duce our Parents’ Night Out pro- ing system, e-mailing, and print-
EdZOOcation Summer Whether you have a point and
Camps will take place in June shoot camera or an SLR, this
and July. Focused on animal class is designed for anyone
classification, “Designs by who has a desire to improve
Nature” will teach children how their basic photographic skills. It
to place animals into groups is strongly recommended you
such as amphibians, birds, bring a laptop with Photoshop or
mammals, reptiles and insects. Photoshop Elements versions 7,
“Designs by Nature” will be held 8 or 9 for your hands-on learning
June 13-17 for ages five to experience.
seven and June 20-24 for ages The five classes will be from
eight to ten from 9 a.m. until 4 6:30 -9 p.m. on Monday night
p.m. beginning May 9 through June
During “Zoo Survivors,” 13 (no class on Memorial Day).
campers will work in teams to The cost is $100. In order to
see which group has the best allow for individual instruction
animal survival skills. Children classes are limited to 12 partici-
will learn how animals survive in pants. Call 601-318-6192 (Diane
the wild. “Zoo Survivors” will be Taylor) to register.
held July 11-15 for ages five to
seven and July 18-22 for ages
eight to ten from 9 a.m. until 4 USM Journalism Cast members perform the Shakespearean play “A Comedy of Errors.”
p.m. Cost for each camp is $130
for Zoo Society members and workshop, June 5-10
$155 for non-members.
On June 11, July 9 and Aug.
13t, parents and their children
between ages four and twelve
The University of Southern
Mississippi School of Mass
Communication and Journalism
is accepting applications for the
Southern Arena Theatre June 23-July 17
On the heels of an exciting season Long, Singer, and Winfield, three the world’s most popular shows, play-
will receive a special treat when Southern Mississippi High
they participate in Parents’ Night
of thrilling performances, The Uni- actors take on the entire Shakespeare ing frequently in a variety of lan-
School Journalism Workshop,
Out from 6:30 p.m. until 10:30 which will be held June 5-10 on
versity of Southern Mississippi Canon in a high-speed 90-minute guages.
p.m. Children will enjoy a super- the Hattiesburg campus. Department of Theatre and Dance epic, which includes the world’s The second production of SAT,
vised evening at the Zoo which Participants will study under will return to a repertory format for fastest “Hamlet” in 43 seconds! “Talley’s Folly” is a beautiful roman-
includes an animal movie, ani- professional journalists and the the 35th season of Southern Arena “This rollicking parody of the tic comedy by the great American
mal encounters, games and Southern Miss journalism facul- Theatre June 23-July 17. works of William Shakespeare is playwright Lanford Wilson. Set in
crafts while parents enjoy a night ty. They will meet with newsmak-
to themselves. Each Parents’
Since its first season in 1977, filled with improvisation, ‘over the Lebanon, Mo. in 1944, the plot focus-
ers and cover timely stories.
Night Out is $35 for Zoo Society They will produce television and
Southern Arena Theatre (SAT) has top’ portrayals, and a wicked sense of es on Sally Talley and Matt Friedman,
members and $40 for non-mem- radio newscasts, a newspaper been a thriving force in summer the- humor,” Rackoff said. This piece who meet in a river boathouse and
bers. and a Web site. atre in the state and Pine Belt region. presents fragments of all of the plays find a way to a bright future. This
In addition to these programs, Students currently in grades As a collaborative effort between both in 90 minutes. That’s 37 plays. It’s a poignant and touching story won the
the EdZOOcation Department 10-12 at Mississippi high faculty and students, SAT works as a wild, crazy ride for everyone.”
also offers Zoo Tots classes,
Pulitzer Prize for drama in 1980.
schools are eligible to apply. The professional theatre company. The The three actors play innumerable
field trip classes, Zoo Overnights application deadline is May 16.
“Talley’s Folly” opens June 30.
and more. For more information The workshop is free to stu-
2011 season features two wonderful roles and directly engage the audience Other performances for “The
on EdZOOcation at the Hatties- dents. Funding is provided by and highly entertaining productions in throughout the performance, some- Complete Works of William
burg Zoo, or to register for the Dow Jones Newspaper Fund the intimate setting of the Gilbert F. times commenting on local places and Shakespeare (Abridged)”: June 23,
camps and classes, call 601- and the Mississippi Press Hartwig Theatre at Southern Miss. events. Each performance of “The 24, 25; July 2, 6, 8, 12, 15 at 7:30 pm;
545-4576 or email Education Association. “The exciting repertory for SAT Complete Works of William
Curator, Krissy Hamilton, at July 3 at 2 p.m.
Students with an interest in 2011 will establish a basis for re-
ZooEducator@hattiesburg.org. producing multimedia stories
Shakespeare (Abridged)” is different Other performances for “Talley’s
The Hattiesburg Zoo is a about multicultural issues are
building SAT to its full repertory for- from the next, filled with surprises Folly”: June 30, July 1, 5, 7, 9, 13, 14,
Hattiesburg Convention Com- especially encouraged to apply. mat in the future,” said Louis and undiscovered countries. 16 at 7:30 p.m.; July 10 and 17 at 2
mission Facility, in partnership Applications and additional Rackoff, SAT producer and theatre After its first performance at the p.m.
with the City of Hattiesburg and information about the workshop professor. Edinburgh Festival in 1987, the For more information about SAT
the Hattiesburg Tourism can be found at Southern Arena Theatre opens June
Commission. Since 1991, the
London production of “The Complete 2011, find the Department of Theatre
http://www.usm.edu/mcj or by 23 with a wild parody of the works of
Hattiesburg Convention calling the school at 266-4258.
Works of William Shakespeare and Dance on Facebook at
Commission has been develop- William Shakespeare titled “The (Abridged)” ran for nine record- facebook.com/USMTheatreDance or
ing, operating and promoting Complete Works of William breaking years. It has become one of on its Web site at usm.edu/theatre.
tourism-related facilities for the Shakespeare (Abridged).” Written by
Hattiesburg area. For more infor- MSA auditions for
mation, visit ZooHattiesburg.-
com or contact us at 601-268- dance, visual arts
3220. The Mississippi School of the
USM art exhibit up
Arts (MSA) will be holding addi-
tional auditions for both Dance
and Visual Arts only May 26.
George Winston in concert May 12, Depot
through May 13 Applications are due no later
Noted international musi- times he mixes his instru-
than May 13. Students in the
After four years of training and Dance program at MSA apply cian, George Winston, will ments during a particular
many late nights, 14 University
of Southern Mississippi art stu-
Ballet, Modern and Choreogra- perform a concert in concert. The concert is made
phy to their daily routine. Hattiesburg on May 12, at the available by The Winston
dents will celebrate the culmina- Painting, Drawing, Sculpture,
tion of their academic career His-toric Hattiesburg Depot. Project Inc. and Hohoner,
and Computer Arts are a few
with an exhibition of senior proj- components students explore in
The concert is part of the Inc. Winston is offering his
ects in the Southern Miss the Visual Arts program. The New Harmonies Exhibit, cur- time and talent as part of The
Museum of Art through May 13. process for admission includes rently showing in the Depot, Winston Project’s effort to
The showcase will feature the
works of 10 graphic design and
application, audition and inter- through May 21. combat juvenile delinquency.
view. Accepted students attend “This is an exciting oppor- “I’d much rather encour-
four fine arts students. their Junior and Senior years at
The 10 graphic design stu- tunity for us to have George age our young people to
MSA. If you know of students
dents are Meredith Kresge of currently in the 10th grade who
Winston perform a harmoni- spend their idle time playing
Hattiesburg, Andrea Wodtke of might be interested in either ca concert, in association a harmonica. It’s one of those
Bay Springs, Kathryn Mosley of Dance or Visual Arts please let with the exhibit, which instruments that you can play
Jackson, Millie Worthington of
Honolulu, Quincy Morris of
them know about this one time depicts the roots of American something right away, but it
opportunity. Applications are music,” Betsy Rowell, exec- takes years to master. It
Jackson, Reagan Griffin of available on our website,
Laurel, Shelley Caddell of Biloxi, utive director of the Historic offers a challenge, encour-
www.msa.k12.ms.us, or by call-
Kelly Snelson of Diamondhead, ing 601-823-1300.
Hattiesburg Downtown ages discipline, and gives the
Samantha Polley of Louisville, MSA is a public statewide Assoc., said. performer a sense of self-
Ky., and Crystal Gordon of eleventh and twelfth grade resi- The concert will be in the esteem,” Winston said.
The four fine arts students are
dential high school located in Grand Hall of the Depot at Hohner, Inc., the leading har-
Brookhaven, MS on the Historic 11:30 a.m. There is no admis- monica company in the US,
Victoria Meek of Meridian, Whitworth College campus.
Meghan Cochran of New sion charge for the concert or Additional information is
Annually, MSA enrolls approxi-
Orleans, Erin Johnston of mately 145 students who meet
the exhibit. available at the Downtown
Harrison, N.Y. and Crista Nelson and exceed the traditional Winston is best known as a Association at 601-583-4329
of Hattiesburg. Mississippi high school curricu- pianist, but he also plays solo or visit www.downtownhat-
The USM Museum of Art is
located in the Fine Arts Building.
lum by receiving intensive harmonica and guitar. At tiesburg.com
instruction in dance, literary arts,
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9399. Registration forms can be picked from seminars, and swap stories and Registration is on Monday from 4:30 to
GED Classes up at either location or online at information with other daylily enthusi- 5:00
The Southern Mississippi Planning www.ymcahattiesburg.org. asts. Additional information, guidelines Petal – A Certified Early Childhood
and Development District is offering to enter in the show, and final show Community. Call 601-584-4704 or stop
free GED classes in Forrest County. PRCC Golf Tourney times and schedule is available at by the Center for Families and
Children, 201 West Central Avenue,
Word readiness skills training and job Pearl River Community College's www.hattiesburgdaylily.com Petal. Hours: 8-4:30 M W; 8-6:00 T,
search assistance are also provided Forrest-Lamar County Alumni Assoc. is Th; 8-3:30 F.
through the “Education for Employ- sponsoring a fundraising golf tourna- ACT Prep Camp
ment” program. Individuals between the ment Saturday, June 4, at Pine Creek High school students entering their At the library...
ages of 17-21 who have dropped out of Golf Club in Purvis. sophomore year and older are encour- HATTIESBURG, PETAL, FORREST
school may be eligible. Classes are The entry fee for the four-person aged to participate in an opportunity for COUNTY LIBRARIES:
small and one-on-one instruction is scramble is $60, which includes greens academic enhancement and leadership I Petal Library Storytime (714 S.
available to prepare students for the fee, cart, prizes and lunch. Hole spon- development through Jones County Main Street). Join us for stories, songs,
GED exam. Financial assistance based
on class attendance is available to
assist students with child care and
transportation costs. Students who
calendar sorship is $100. All alumni, friends, fac-
ulty and staff are invited to participate.
Tee time will be 7:30 a.m.
Golfers can pre-register by sending
Junior College’s ACT Prep Camp. The
three-day camp, June 6-9, is also the
week of the national ACT test.
The cost for the camp is $250 and
fingerplays, activities, and fun! For chil-
dren ages 2-5 years old. Thursdays at
Call Melanie Tucker at 601.582.4461
for more information.
attain their GED diploma while officially Email your event to: your check to:PRCC Forrest_Lamar includes room and board on campus, a OAK GROVE PUBLIC LIBRARY –
enrolled may receive $100. Please call County Alumni Chapter; Attention: copy of the book, “The Princeton MAY ACTIVITIES
email@example.com Verlene Cole, 418 Cole Road, Review” ACT prep book, test taking tips I The Library will be closed on
Molly Sims at 601-545-2137 or Jamie
Hattiesburg, MS 39402. and other fun activities. The goal of the Friday, May 27, Saturday, May 28 and
Stewart at 601-545-3711 in interested.
For additional information, call Pine camp is to provide a variety of leaning Monday, May 30
ety of local talent from the Laurelaires Creek Golf Club at (601) 794-6427 or I Family Story Times – 10:30 a.m.
Drivers Needed Square Dance Club to the Mississippi Verlene Cole at (601) 264-7690.
activities that will enhance educational
goals. The deadline to register for camp Wednesdays and Thursdays @ 10:30
The G.V. “Sonny” Montgomery VA
Ballroom Association, Hattiesburg Tae is May 26 by calling Bonnie Warren at a.m.
Medical Center is seeking volunteer van
dirvers who would drive from
kwon do to the South Mississippi 5K Run/Walk 601-477-4170 or by emailing her at I Daytime Book Club with Judy – 2
Dulcimer Association and many, many Magnolia State Bank will host the first firstname.lastname@example.org p.m. Tuesday, May 17, “Struggles of the
Hattiesburg to the Jackson VA Medical more! In addition, there will be two pub- 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Fun Run dur- South” by Hollis Arban
Center. For more information, contact I Scrabble Club at the Library – 5:45
Voluntary Service, 601-364-1391.
lically created art exhibitions – one of ing Bay Fest, Saturday, June 4 in Bay
Springs. The 5K will start and finish at
WCU Baseball Camps p.m. Thursday, May 26. Food, friends,
homemade piñatas and a second of The Bobby Halford Summer Baseball
bottle trees. The public is encouraged to The Old Post Office, 426 Hwy 18. fun and Scrabble!
Group Run/Walk participate by simply bringing their cre- Registration at 7 a.m. Race begins at 8
Camps will be held on the William
Carey University campus in I Threads Group (Knitters,
The Pine Belt Pacers will hold a ations to the park. There will be no sales a.m. Cash prizes for winners and T- Crocheters, and other Needly Arts) –
weekly group run/walk starting at 5:30 Hattiesburg.
in the park (including food), so partici- shirts for all participants. All proceeds 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 31. This group
pm on Thursdays at the USM Gateway Youngsters ages 7-12 may choose to is for beginners, intermediates, and
pants are encouraged to bring brown go to the Magnolia State Hope Fund for attend a camp June 6-10 or June 20-24.
to the Long Leaf Trace. The run is free bag lunches, picnic blankets and lawn tornado recovery efforts in Jasper and advanced. New members are welcome!
and all levels of ability are encouraged Times are 9 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday I Summer Reading Program 2011 –
chairs as needed. Set-up time for activ- Smith counties. For more information
to participate. Prior to beginning the through Thursday and 9 a.m.-noon on The Summer Reading program will kick
ity hosts is 9 a.m. Stage performances call Heather Brown 601-498-6235 or
run/walk, participants will have the Friday. The fee of $140 includes instruc- off with registration on Wednesday,
begin at 10 a.m. Gubernatorial candi- visit www.bankmagnolia.com.
opportunity to select the distance and dates speak at 2 p.m. For more informa- tion, camp T-shirt and noon meals. June 15. Sstop by during our normal
The sessions will concentrate on business hours to register your Pre-K –
pace they plan to run. This weekly tion call 228-331-3707 or email cindy- The Y Trippers pitching, catching and hitting, with 6th grade kids! Events will be on
run/walk will be a way to meet other email@example.com. I Minnie’s Thursday Crafters –
runners/walkers of similar ability. emphasis on fundamentals and individ- Wednesdays at 10 a.m. starting
Every Thursday at 1 p.m. This ongoing
Weekly track sessions are held at Daylily meeting group meets to enjoy embroidering, cro-
ualized instruction. Drills and team play Wednesday, June 22. More information
Thames Elementary School track at The May meeting of the Hattiesburg are utilized to fit every skill level.
cheting, knitting and quilting. Free to I Adult Summer Reading Program
5:30 each Tuesday. Free coaching Area Daylily Society (HADS) will focus Participants will be grouped according
members. Non-members can purchase 2011 – Geocaching at the Library!
advice is offered by experienced run- on the upcoming 16th Annual Daylily to their ages and abilities. Coach Bobby
a one-time Crafters Thursday Card for Introductory event at 5:30 p.m.
ners and coaches. Show. The Show is set for Saturday, Halford and his coaching staff are the
$10. Thursday, June 9. Also, the food group
Additional information about the club June 4, at the Lake Terrace Convention principal instructors.
Round Table Discussion Group, a Y will be related to programming. More
may be found at www.pinebelt- Center. Jon Tibbetts, Show Chair will Applications may be obtained by call-
function only. Ongoing, every Thursday information to follow.
pacers.org or by emailinginfo- present the program, for the May meet- ing the baseball office at 601–318–6110
at 10:45 a.m. Dr. Graham Hales and
or the external relations office at 601-
The May HADS meeting will be at 2
Terry Peters will conduct the discus-
318-6192, or by email
sions. $5 guest fee. I The Lamar County Board of
The Wizard of Oz p.m. Sunday, May 15, in the Extension For more information about these
firstname.lastname@example.org. Supervisors meets the first Monday and
After weeks of practice, about 20 com- Service Conference Room at the and other Y events, call Floanne at 601- third Thursday of each month beginning
munity-based education students will Forrest County Multi- Purpose Center, 583-4000.
Concert at 9 a.m. in the board room in the
present two performances of “The Wizard Hwy. 49 South. In addition to the pro- Calvary Baptist Church, Oak Grove, Chancery Courthouse in Purvis.
gram, the meeting will include HADS presents Michael Combs in concert at 7
of Oz” this Thursday, May 12, with the
second performance open to the public business, a plant auction and door
Drivers Ed Classes p.m. June 11. The doors will open at 6 City Government:
Summer means hot temperatures, p.m. Tickets are $15 per person (chil- I The Lumberton Board of Aldermen
beginning at 6 p.m. prizes. Refresh-ments are served prior
snow cones and the annual high school dren 6 and under get in free). Tickets meets at 6 p.m. the first and third
The evening performance will be pre- to the beginning of the meeting.
Drivers Education classes offered by can be purchased at Rayner’s Seafod Tuesday of each month at City Hall.
sented at the Oak Grove Primary School The meeting is specifically for individ-
uals who would like to show their
the School of Human Performance and on Hwy. 49 N., Terrace Hill Dental, Hwy. I The Purvis Board of Aldermen
auditorium. Tickets will be $1 each and Recreationat The University of meets at 6 p.m. the first Tuesday of
will be available at the door. daylilies at the show. 98 W., Country Optical on Hwy. 24.
Southern Mississippi. each month at City Hall
The daylily show is open to entries Make checks payable to Gloria Wallace. I The Sumrall Board of Aldermen
Drivers Education classes are
Spirit Girl Auditions from anyone who grows daylilies,
offered from June 4 - 24, 2011 with ses-
For more information, call 601-606- meets at 6:30 p.m. the first Tuesday of
Girls entering 7th-12th grade for whether large or small gardens, includ- 5105. The church is located at 3139 each month at City Hall. A planning
ing use in home landscape. sions available in either the morning or Oak Grove Road.
2011-12 are eligible to apply. Program meeting is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. the
Membership in the Daylily Society is not afternoon. In order to take part, stu- third Tuesday of each month.
events targeted at promoting self- dents must be at least 14 years old and
esteem and encouraging healthy required. No advance notice is required
entering the 9th grade in the fall to
Theatre Camp Groups, Organizations:
lifestyles. Girls interested may request to enter, only arrive at the Convention Midsummer Musical Theatre Exper-
Center on June 4 in accord with the attend classes. ience is now accepting applications! I The Petal Optimist Club meets the
application or more info by calling FGH Students successfully completing the
rules and regulations. There is no cost This program is specifically designed second and fourth Tuesday of each
Spirit of Women at 601-288-4968. classes earn one-half credit toward high
Audition space is limited and will be to enter, and there is no admission fee for developing acting, singing and danc- month at the the Optimist Clubhouse.
to the show. In addition to showing school graduation. Most insurance ing skills. No experience needed. The I A new Alanon group is forming for
held on Friday evening, May 13, and companies offer a premium discount if
daylilies, the Annual Show features campers will perform All Aboard! Camp family and friends of those addicted to
Saturday, May 14. All girls auditioning driver’s education classes are success- alcohol or drugs or with other prob-
are required to submit an application by seminars, and a gigantic plant sale. dates are June 13-June 25 from 8:30
Complete rules and regulations for the fully completed. a.m. - 4:30 p.m. each day. The camp lems. The group will meet at 7 p.m.
May 6. Applicants will participate in a 2- The cost is $275, payable in Thursdays at Calvary Baptist Church,
3 minute interview with judges resigin show are available on the HADS web will be held in the department of Theatre
site: www.hattiesburgdaylily.com. advance. Registration forms are avail- and Dance on the campus of the Hwy. 589, Purvis.
outside the 19-county area. Spirit Girls able by calling 266-5358 or may be I The Lamar County Historical
meet once a month on a Sunday after- University of Southern Mississippi. To
Society Museum is open from 10 a.m-2
noon 2:30-4 pm. If you have questions, Long Reunion found online at www.usm.edu/hpr. receive an application please see the
p.m. Saturdays. The museum complex
contact Kathy Emmons at 601-288- Descendants of the Rev. William camps link at www.usm.edu/music. Any
1309 or email@example.com. Preston Long and Melinda Harris Long Lauren Rogers Museum questions- contact Robin Carr at
is located in Purvis next to the library.
Those who wish to join the Historical
will meet at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, May 15, I 12 Voices – through June 9 – This (601)266-6442 or email robin.-
exhibition, organized by Studio Art Quilt Society can contact Myrna Lazenby,
Spring Field Day for their 93rd Annual Reunion. The
reunion will be held at the Moselle Associates, Inc., presents 26 works by
firstname.lastname@example.org treasurer, at 601-794-6585.
The Forrest/Lamar County Forestry or mail the $10 annual membership
Association will hold its 2011 Spring Community Center. Family, friends and 12 outstanding artists who use quilting Relay Softball Tourney fee to 72 Boggy Hollow Road, Purvis
anyone with an interest in this family are as their means of artistic expression. Forrest General’s Surgical Services MS 39475. If you wish to volunteer your
Field Day from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on
invited to attend. Please bring pictures, Juror Penny McMorris, in her selec- Department has rescheduled their Fifth time, lend or donate items for display at
Saturday, May 14, at the Pine Grove
family memorabilia, genealogy and a tions, offers the viewer a magnificent Annual Relay for Life Softball Tour- the museum, please contact Historical
Community Center at 630 Purvis-Oloh
filled picnic basket. For more informa- array of works by artists who present a nament for Sept. 10. The tournament Society President George Stevens at
Road in Lamar County. will be held at Timberton Ball Park next
tion, contact email@example.com or diverse range of imagery in their quilts. 601-270-7525 or
Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. to William Carey University, and will
601-544-1774. McMorris notes that the exhibition offers firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a $10 registration fee, which begin at 8:30 a.m. All proceeds will go
includes a catfish luncheon.
a "rare, in-depth look at twelve of the I The Purvis Exchange Club meets
to the American Cancer Society. The
Topics during the day will include: Retirement reception finest quilt artists working today. Some
Surgical Services Department is seek-
the second and fourth Wednesday of
Longleaf Pine Regeneration, Pinestraw The Petal School District invites the are known worldwide. Others are fresh each month beginning at noon at the
ing teams and individuals to umpire and
Production, Pole-peeling Demonstra- public to attend a retirement reception faces displaying a strong and promising help with the concession stand, as well Purvis Women's Club on Mitchel Ave.
honoring the following employees: talent." as anyone interested in participating as 6:30 p.m. the first Monday of each
tion, Native Plant Diversity, NRCS
Longleaf Pine Initiative Program. Belinda Allen, Karen Arnold, Eva I Laurel Collects: Vintage Toys, an event sponsor. The cost to play is month from September through May at
Brewer, Elizabeth Brock, Wanda Evans, June - August 2011 $15 per person. For information please their clubhouse on Mitchel Avenue.
I Loïs Mailou Jones: A Life in Vibrant I VFW POST 3955, Purvis, meets
Housing Workshop JoDeb Herrin, Anne Hillman, Peggy
James, Susan King, Martie McCrory, Color, Aug. 27 - Nov. 6
contact Shirley Smith at 601-433-2964
or 601-288-5634. the second Tuesday of each month at
Housing Alternatives of Hattiesburg
is offering a free Homebuyer Education Sherry Mulling, Alexandra Powell, I Views from the Vault – December 2:30 p.m. at the VFW Post Homes,
Workshop from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. May 14 at Johanna Powell, Larry Watkins, and 2011 - January 2012 Classes, programs: Veteran’s Drive, Building 2.
Jean Young. The reception will be held I CENTER FOR FAMILIES AND I Do you have a problem with
4100 Maine Street, off 40th Ave. in
Hattiesburg. from 4-5 p.m. Tuesday, May 17, at the Daylily Garden Tours CHILDREN ACTIVITIES IN PETAL
Parents as Teachers – Learn about
Alcohol? Meetings are held Mon -
Petal School District’s Center for Monday, May 30 – 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Noon, 6:30 p.m. and 8 p.m., Tue – Sat
The class is open to anyone who your child’s growth and development -
Families and Children located at 201 Daylily gardens in the Hattiesburg area, at Noon and 8 p.m.; Sunday at 11 a.m.,
would like to gain useful information birth to three years.
West Central Avenue in Petal. many accredited by the American Toy lending and parent resource 6:30 p.m., 714 Arledge St., Hattiesburg,
about the home-buying process. The
Hemerocallis Society, will be open for library for all ages 601-545-7109, 800-576-8690,
class covers gettings you budget and
credit in order; financing a mortgage; YMCA Summer Camp tours. Gardens are open at other times Information about childcare centers District22inter@bellsouth.net
finding the right house and the closing. The Family YMCA and the Petal by appointment. The Daylily is the offi- and pre-schools in Petal I The Sumrall Lions Club meets at 7
Family YMCA will be holding summer cial flower for the City of Hattiesburg. Itty Bitty Bookworm Store – Shop for p.m. the second Thursday of each
Housing Alternatives is a HUD- free books for pre-schoolers
camp for school age children (those Additional information and 2011 Tour month at Lions Park.
approved non-profite counseling Playshop for pre-schoolers - First
agency. who have completed kindergarten Schedule and directions to gardens can I The Camaraderie Photography
through 12 years of age) beginning May be found at www.hattiesburgdaylily.com Thursday of each month
Call Katie or Joel at 601-544-9140 to Other Opportunities: Club meets on the third Thursday of
pre-register. 23 at both locations. Camp will be open Children's Health Insurance Program each month at 6:30 p.m. at the FGH
from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. Monday through Annual Daylily Show (CHIP) and Medicaid enrollment assis- Cancer Center, corner of 28th Ave. and
Friday. Activities include swimming, arts Saturday, June 4, Lake Terrace
Arts in the Park and crafts, devotions, indoor and out- Convention Center. Visitors to this show
tance is available the 2nd Tuesday of
each month from 9 am to 12 noon each
Arlington Loop. Open to photographers
at all skill levels. For more information
Arts in the Park will be held Saturday,
May 14, at the Dixie Community Park door games as well as field trips. can view more than 700 daylily speci- month. go to ww.camaraderie.com or contact
Walking Trail, 890 Elks Lake Road. For more information call The Family mens and arrangements. In addition to Free GED classes are offered on Brent Wallace at email@example.com.
Event is FREE and open to the public. YMCA of Hattiesburg at 601-583-4000 marveling at breathtaking flowers, visi- Monday and Wednesday each week I The Hattiesburg chapter of
or the Petal Family YMCA at 601-583- tors participate in a plant sale, benefit from 4:30 pm until 8:00 pm. Toastmasters International meets from
Community stage will host a huge vari-
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PUZZLES Thursday, May 12, 2011
This Week’s ANSWERS
COMICS Thursday, May 12, 2011
Out on a Limb by Gary Kopervas R.F.D. by Mike Marland
Fort Knox by Paul Jon Beatle Bailey by Mort, Greg and Brian Walker
Mama’s Boyz by Jerry Craft
They’ll Do It Every Time by Al Scaduto
Amber Waves by Dave T. Phipps
Page 16 REVEILLE (CS) May 12, 2011
If you have been discrimi-
JAG nated against by your employ-
The Office of the Command
Judge Advocate was recently
Continued from Page 8 er, it is important that you con- recognized by the Internal
sult with a legal assistance Revenue Service for their excel-
lator principle. The Soldier is attorney. lent work operating this year's
also entitled to non-seniority At Camp Shelby, the Office Tax Assistance Center at Camp
benefits such as pension plans of the Command Judge Shelby. This year, 79 returns
and a Soldier’s absence is not were prepared free-of-charge,
Advocate offers two locations saving military members nearly
to be considered a break in where qualified service mem- $18,000 in preparation fees.
employment in most cases. bers, dependants, or retirees Pictured from left to right is:
There are various federal can receive free legal services. Maj. Mark Carter, Capt. Mark
and state agencies responsible You can seek legal assis- Lampton, Col. Stan Harris, Maj.
for enforcing and educating tance at buildings 1001 or 1441 Derek Stotts, Staff Sgt. Denice
employers on USERRA. Walker, Staff Sgt. Robert Tingle.
or by calling 601-558-2192.