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The Frontline Stewart/Hunter Lifestyle March 22, 2007 1B Hot rods, cruisers visit Fort Stewart Pat Young The makes and models of the vehicles on display Frontline Staff included vintage and state-of-the art mustangs, clas- sic Chevys, low-riding trucks and much more to Two hundred hot rods, cruisers, low riders and include a three wheel motorcycle. high performance vehicles were the center attraction Among the vehicles, were crowd favorites like a at the Southeast Regional Car Council show Sunday 1972 Volkswagon Beatle, painted white with the in front of Newman Gym on Fort Stewart. number “53,” in the style of the famous car from the Hundreds of Soldiers, family members and auto- movie “Herbie rides again.” enthusiasts flocked to see the cars and trucks at the Speed enthusiasts were drawn to the various one-day show, which also featured live music per- Cobras and Corvettes on display, and crowds could formed by the T-Birds and Pink Ladies. Free be seen leering at a 1971 DeTomaso Pantera with its refreshments were also available. 550 horse-power engine, capable of thrusting the car Assisted by the Directorate of Morale, Welfare, from zero to 60 miles-per-hour in less than four sec- and Recreation the SERCC sponsored the event, onds. which was funded by donations from the car clubs’ Although many of the speed demons had plenty to members. keep them entranced, the classics were well repre- “This is our way of saying thanks to the men and sented with vintage cruisers and hot-rods from the women of the military, and to show how much we 40s and 50s as well as a modern 2000 Bentley. appreciate what the Soldiers of the 3rd Infantry Checking out a teal colored Chevrolet Division are doing,” said SERCC president, Howard Thriftmaster, five Soldiers from 1st Battalion, 11th Clements. “We wanted to show them how much we Advance Cavalry Regiment, on the eve of returning cared before they deployed.” to Fort Irwin, Calif., expressed their pleasure in the The SERCC has 16 member clubs with more than car show. 750 active members and 1200 collector autos and Sgt. Paul McCloud, Spc. Jethro Wilson, Spc. trucks. The participating clubs include the Altamaha Nathan Sudduth, Pvt. Omar Lopez, and Pvt. Jose Cruisers, Carolina Dreamers, Classic Cars and Aguilar each shared their respective favorites at the Trucks of Beaufort, Coastal Corvettes Association, show. The “Bentley,” “Mustangs,” “Corvettes,” Coastal Muscle Car Cruizers, Coastal Region of “Camaro Super Sport” and “boxer classics” Savannah Antique Auto Club of America, Corvettes described the great variety of vehicles showcased. of Hilton Head, Dixieland Cruisers, Low Country McCloud said the event was a great way to end Oyster and Motor Driving Society, Porsche Club of their stay at Fort Stewart before heading back to the Hilton Head, Racing and Performance Mustangs, desert sands of Fort Irwin, Calif. Richmond Hill Historical Society, Savannah “The 2nd Brigade did a good job with their train- Mustang Club, South Georgia Street Rods, ing exercise,” McCloud said. “And, we enjoyed the Illustrations by Spc. Christopher Molina Southeast Regional Car Club, and Southern greenery of Fort Stewart. And, this is a nice way to Photos by Pat Young Cruisers. end it before we fly back tonight.” Youth ministry picks Red Cross disaster training Mark Stall sufficient resources and supplies to run the operation, fruit for charity American Red Cross Red Cross Disaster Services is offering an oppor- and they are mental health professionals and nurses who see to the health needs of both clients and disas- ter workers. Michael Iliff a half working in an orange and tangelo tunity to serve the greater Savannah area in providing Once trained, disaster volunteers usually serve one Fort Stewart Youth Ministry orchard on the outskirts of Orlando. training classes on Hunter Army Airfield during week a month, sometimes longer if in a county where Bob Gibson, a member of Society of St. April and May for anyone interested in volunteering the disasters are less frequent. Most people who travel to Orlando from Andrew, met the ministry team at the orchard as a Red Cross disaster worker. Volunteers get trained, then become part of a team and provided a demonstration on how to har- The classes and volunteer orientation will be held responsible for a certain time period. Volunteers are school during “Spring Break” go to enjoy the in the upstairs classroom of the Army Community never sent out alone, and they always have the team fun of Disney World and the other theme parks vest citrus fruit. The kids were given five-gal- Service Bldg. 1286, located at 171 Haley Ave. supervisor or “team leader” on the scene as an expe- in the area. Nineteen middle school students lon buckets and long mop handle “pickers” The Savannah Chapter of the American Red rienced resource. and five adult Fort Stewart Youth of the with a u-shaped hook on the end. Because Cross’ goal is to respond within two hours of notifi- “While you get plenty of support as a volunteer, Chapel volunteers, spent their trip to Florida some of the fruit was not ripe, Gibson and the cation of a disaster, 24 hours a day, seven days a you also get the great feeling of satisfaction as you gleaning for the needy. group tasted fruit from different trees. week. support the community as a disaster volunteer during Gleaning is the traditional Biblical practice For the first hour, the crew put more fruit in Relief would not be possible without the help of times of need,” said John Wright, director of of gathering crops that would otherwise be left their stomachs than in the buckets. AJ the many trained volunteers carrying the load during Emergency Services at the Chapter. in the fields to rot or be plowed under after Burgess, 11, said he enjoyed eating the tange- and after office hours. These dedicated volunteers Volunteers must take all of disaster classes to serve harvest. Because the food is unmarketable, or los and oranges while identifying which trees comprise what is known as the Disaster Action Team. on the Disaster Action Team. The CPR and first aid the grower can’t get laborers to harvest the had good fruit. Disaster volunteers serve as caseworkers inter- classes must be taken within one year of joining the crops, some growers allow crews of gleaners “It’s fun to hang out with your friends, viewing clients. They provide financial and referral DAT. All classes are free for volunteers who agree to especially when you are doing something that assistance, serve as mass care workers who run shel- serve on the Savannah Disaster Action Team. to pick what is left after harvest to donate to ters, and feed large numbers of people. To get involved locally, you can enroll in free dis- those who are less fortunate. helps other people,” said 13-year-old Dessie They serve as damage assessment workers who aster classes by calling 651-5371, or registering Participating in the Society of St. Andrew Bowerman. canvass neighborhoods affected by a large disaster to online at www.savannahredcross.org. You must “gleaning” program, the Fort Stewart For more information about youth min- determine the extent of damage. They are logistics attend an orientation class at 7 p.m., Mar. 27 at Christian youth ministry team spent a day and istries, contact Michael Iliff at 767-9789. personnel who ensure that a disaster operation has Hunter Army Community Services. 2B The Frontline March 22, 2007 Pets of the Week MWR Briefs Take advantage of discounts at Marne lanes children 5 & under eat FREE. Bring in a group of 20 or more Enjoy an evening out with the family. Buy one large pizza or a church bulletin and receive $1 off. Get your child's of your choice and receive four free games of bowling photo taken with the Easter Bunny. Menu features a variety between 4-10 p.m. Saturday and March 31. For more infor- of breakfast items and luncheon family favorites along with mation, call 767-4866. our omelet station, salad bar, assorted breads and desserts. For more information call, Hunter at 353-7923/ Stewart at Who will win Marne basketball championship 368-2212. Check out the action 7 p.m., tonight at Newman Fitness Center or watch live on Marne Television. The event will Easter egg hunt slated for youth also feature the Bradwell Band, Step Team, and Bradwell Hop on over for a day of fun with the Easter Bunny March and Liberty County High School Cheerleaders. For more 31 at the Youth Sports Complex (behind School Age information call, 767-8238. Services), 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. The fun is open to children one to 11 years old. There will be children activities such as inflate- Enjoy Easter brunch at Club Stewart, Hunter ables, a professional photographer and more. Bring a pic- Both clubs will feature brunch 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. April nic and make a day of it. Family Readiness Groups may 8. Cost is $12.95 for adults, children ages 5-10 half price & reserve a picnic spot. For more information, call 767-4491. AAFES PRESENTS TODAY TO MARCH 25 The Messengers leaving his young sister in his care. Mini the cat and Cooper the dog are some of Tonight — 7 p.m. Alone and without any means of sup- the many homeless pets at the Fort Stewart (Kristen Stewart, Dylan port, he is forced to live in a Soviet McDermott) orphanage. He flees to Paris to find animal shelter. The shelter has pets of all A family moves into a run-down his uncle who has died, but his kinds, sizes, and breeds in their care. If you sunflower farm. As the farm begins to Uncle’s Japanese widow, Lady revive after years of disrepair, the Murasaki welcomes him. Even her are interested in adopting, call the Fort kindness and love cannot soothe the family begins to notice uncomfort- Stewart Veterinary Clinic at 767-2842. able and alarming changes in their nightmares and sorrows that plague father’s behavior. Rated PG-13 him. Showing a cunning aptitude for (mature thematic material, disturb- science he is accepted into medical ing violence and terror) 87 min school, which serves to hone his skills and provide the tools to exact justice Breach on the war criminals that haunt him Saturday, Sunday — 6 p.m. day and night. This quest will ignite (Chris Cooper, Ryan Phillippe) an insatiable lust within a serial killer Eric O'Neill is promoted to a job who was not born, but made. Rated R inside FBI headquarters working for (graphic war violence) 141 min. respected agent Robert Hanssen. Letters From Iwo Jima Then O'Neill learns his true mission: Monday, March 29 — 6 p.m., 7 finding proof that Hanssen has been p.m. selling American secrets to the Soviet (Ken Watanabe, Kazunari Union for years. Rated PG-13 ( vio- Ninomiya) lence, sexual content, language) 110 The story of the battle of Iwo Jima min between the United States and Japan during World War II, as told from the Hannibal Rising perspective of two good friends serv- Saturday, Sunday— 9 p.m. ing in the Japanese forces, who watch (Gong Li, Gaspard Ulliel) helplessly throughout various battles Films are subject to availability. AAFES strives to as their comrades are killed. show films according to the published schedule, In Eastern Europe at the end of but reserves the right to reschedule, cancel, or World War II, a young Hannibal Rated R (strong grisly violence, lan- substitute showings as needed. For more infor- watches as his parents violently die, guage, sexual references) 117 min mation, call 767-3069. The Frontline 3B March 22, 2007 Winn Briefs VO L U N T E E R H EALTH W•A•C•H This is National Nutrition Month Winn Army Community Hospital March is National Nutrition month. In observance Capt. Michael Trust, Chief S P OT L I G H T National Social Work Month Nutrition Care Division, at Winn Army Community Hospital will present a discus- Jo Coleman lies in Winn Army Community Hospital, sion on "How he lost 30 pounds in 90 days Tuttle Army Health Clinic, Army safely." The presentation is scheduled for S E B L E A S R AT Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield Community Services, Social Work noon Friday in the Patriot Auditorium. Any in conjunction with the National Services and Army Substance Abuse Soldier or civilian and their family members Association of Social Workers recognizes Program. They can be found working may attend. Feel free to drop in. No appoint- March as National Social Work Month. with Military One Source, Veterans hospi- ment is necessary. This year's theme of "Hope and Health: tals and Veterans Outpatient clinics. Help Starts Here" focuses on issues relat- Social Work Month also provides an Join Patient, Family-Centered Care ed to wellness and the important role that opportunity for social workers to high- Interested in becoming a patient advisor? social workers take in providing the best light the essential role they play in allevi- Help us help you by joining the Patient and overall care of the individual and family. ating some of America’s most difficult Family Centered Care Advisory Council Professional social workers are the problems. Through education, training meeting at Winn Army Community Hospital nation's largest providers of mental and dedication, social workers provide or Tuttle Army Health Clinic. Winn's meeting health services. Social workers provide assistance in many different practice is 11 a.m., April 2 at Club Stewart. Call Linda more mental health services than psy- areas including aging, mental health, King at 435-6225 or e-mail Linda.king2@se. chologists, psychiatrists and psychiatric child welfare, cancer, end of life issues, amed.army.mil. Tuttle's meeting is noon nurses combined. adolescent health, HIV/AIDS and family April 11 at the Hunter Club. Call Brandon More than 600,000 people in the United violence. Yarber at 315-5731 or Brandon.yarber@se. States hold social work degrees. According to the Bureau of Labor amedd.army.mil. Patient and Family There are more than 170 social workers Statistics, the need for social workers is Centered Care standards include involving in national, state, and local elected office, expected to grow twice as fast as any other patients and families in all aspects of the including two U.S. Senators and four U.S. occupation, especially in gerontology, planning and delivery of healthcare services. Representatives. Between Fort Stewart home healthcare, substance abuse, pri- and Hunter Army Airfield there are 22 vate social service agencies and school I’m pregnant. Now what? eble Asrat Seble Asrat of London, S Congratulations on your pregnancy. social workers focused on caring for the social work. Prenatal care is available at both Winn Army England, is a Red Cross volunteer military and their families. For more information about Social Community Hospital at Fort Stewart and Tuttle working at the Medical Records at Social workers play a key role in the Work Services at Winn call 435-6779 or at Army Health Clinic at Hunter Army Airfield. the Lloyd C. Hawks Troop Medical quality of care for Soldiers and their fami- Tuttle call 315-6430. Pregnancy tests are available. Active duty Clinic. Asrat volunteers because she Soldiers need a documented pregnancy from wants to do something good with her the laboratory. Civilian spouses may confirm time and also to keep herself busy. In pregnancy with a home test or by a hospital her spare time she enjoys traveling. urine test. If you’d like more information about BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS Provided by Winn Army Community Hospital Please call 435-6633 to schedule a new OB nurse interview and an OB physical appoint- becoming an American Red Cross vol- unteer at Winn, call Brigitte Roberts at ment at Winn or Tuttle. You can also make 435-6903. February 15 ounces, born to Sgt. Mark and Grisel Contreras. appointments in person. The Women’s Health • Alyssa Lachelle Hampton, a girl, 8 pounds, 10.5 Center “One Heart… One Purpose… One Team.” mation or to make an appointment, at Winn ounces, born to Pvt. Joseph and Kristal • Edrese Johnson,Jr., a boy, 9 pounds, 13 ounces, or Tuttle call 435-5071 or 1-800-652-9221. Hampton. born to Staff Sgt. Edrese and Ksenia Johnson. Book appointments online Want an alternative to calling the appoint- Blood Drive February 18 • Mylei Christine Pearce, a girl, 8 pounds, 7 Winn Army Community Hospital will host ment line? TRICARE online could be your • David Chase Dunckel, a boy, 6 pounds, 8 ounces, born to Spc. George and Sarah Pearce. answer. You can book your appointments a blood drive 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday. ID is ounces, born to Spc. Dustin and Cindi Dunckel. online at the TRICARE online Web site, required to donate. For information or to • Keira Lyn Squire, a girl, 8 pounds, 14 ounces, www.tricareonline.com. This link is also avail- schedule an appointment, call Spc. Gross at 19 February 2007 born to Pvt. Greg and Melanie Squire. able through the Winn Web site homepage, 435-6091. • James Lawrence Braet, a boy, 7 pounds, 11 www.winn.amedd.army.mil. ounces, born to 1st Sgt. James and Andrea Braet. February 22 Help us help you • Cheyenne Nichole Cassidy, a girl, 6 pounds, 10 Fix DEERS, get healthcare We need you, our customer, to take our 20 February 2007 ounces, born to Spc. Kenneth and Candence Beneficiaries must keep their DEERS Winn Survey. Please stop by the Patient • Jasmin Marie Baker, a girl, 7 pounds, 13 Cassidy. information up-to-date or they may not be Representative's Office on the first floor of ounces, born to Sgt. Larry and Katrina Baker. able to receive referrals, schedule appoint- the hospital, suite CH32, to take our 5 • Alexa Joy Goodman, a girl, 9 pounds, born to ments or access TRICARE Online. DEERS minute computer survey about your visit at • Lyla Arlene Morales, a girl, 6 pounds, 5 ounces, Spc. TJ and Jennifer Goodman. information can be updated by calling 1- Winn on the day of your visit. 800-538-9552, visiting www.tricare.osd. born to Sgt. Mike and Jessica Morales. mil/deers/default.cfm or stopping by Strategies for staying healthy • Camil Daniel Mintz, a girl, 7 pounds, 12 Building 253 on Fort Stewart. • Lisa Ann Simmons, a girl, 6 pounds, 15 ounces, ounces, born to Chief Warrant Officer Crystal Do you have a family history of high blood born to Spc. Louis and Tanja Simmons. Mintz. pressure, heart disease or diabetes? If so, Ready to quit class stop in for a health screening. The screen- This class is for those interested in quit- • Maliyah Janae Winstead, a girl, 7 pounds, 12 February 23 ings take place 10 to 11 a.m. and 1 to 3 p.m. ting tobacco use. This class is a prerequisite ounces, born to Staff Sgt. James Winstead and • Charlotte Audrey Bush, a girl, 6 pounds, 12 to tobacco-use cessation classes. every Monday in Building 308. The screen- Staff Sgt. Melissa Winstead. ounces, born to Chief Warrant Officer 2 The classes are held the fourth Wednesday ings are held on a walk-in basis. For more Jonathan and Lynda Bush. of every month at 11 a.m. For more infor- information, call 435-5071. • Quincy Brandon Terrell Sapp, a boy, 7 pounds, See BABY page 5B 6 ounce, born to Sgt. Willie Sapp, Jr. and Sgt. Dawn Sapp. • Hampton Deal Scott, a boy, 8 21 February 2007 pounds, 5 ounces, born to Capt. • Mark Clem Contreras, Jr., a boy, 5 pounds, 14 Jeffrey and Anne Scott. 4B The Frontline March 22, 2007 Fret not, when you allow God to take control Chap. (Ltc.) Wilbert C. Harrison children when she would see how much we just as Christ forgives you.” To hold on to Deputy Installation Chaplain bragged about her cooking. In the same way, anger has grave consequences. It will God wants to bring delight to you so that you destroy relationships, destroy marriages, Are you at that point in your life where you can brag about all the good things he is doing hurt friendships, and put you in debt are standing on the threshold of fretting? in your life. because of poor decision-making when you Fear can rob you of peace. Psalm 37, the Third, instead of staying away from God, are angry. Anger and wrath can be leading phrase “do not fret” appears three times in try yielding yourself to God. The word “com- causes to other destructive health and the chapter: in verses 1, 7 and 8. The antidote mit” means to put something into safe keep- behavior problems. It is God’s will that you C HAPLAIN ’ S for fear is found throughout this chapter. ing of another. Another meaning is for one be at peace with him, yourself, and others. First, instead of living in fear, try “trust and to roll off, of oneself onto another. It is God’s John 14:27, Jesus said, “Peace I leave with C ORNER believe.” Trust and believe God is in control desire to care for you. 1 Peter 5: 7, “Cast all you; my peace I give you. I do not give to you of your life and nothing happens to you out- your anxiety on him because he cares for you.” as the world gives. Do not let your hearts be side of His will. Psalms 32, verse 8; “I will Fourth, to fret always leads to being in a troubled and do not be afraid.” Faith Group Awareness Program instruct you and teach you in the way you hurry. Be still before the Lord and wait So, how do you know when the fretting is The Fort Stewart and Hunter Army should go; I will counsel you and watch over patiently for him. We miss out on God’s best over and God is in control? You will know Airfield Faith Group Awareness Program, you.” No matter where the path takes you, we because of our failure to wait. It is God’s will when you have the peace of God in all cir- sponsored by your Installation Unit can rest assure that God is greater than our to give us the desires of our heart, but you cumstances in your life. You have come to Ministry Team, meets 9-11 a.m. the fourth circumstances and we are under his watch- must first, put yourself in a still position that the decision to let God fight your battles and Thursday of each month at Marne Chapel. ful eye. will allow you to receive what God has for you have a made up mind to stop fretting This program is a religious educational Secondly, instead of worrying, try delight- you. Very often the desires we have in mind, about anything. You will turn the matter over series devoted to increasing understanding ing yourself in the Lord. The word “delight” is not what God has in mind. God’s blessing to God to work in your behalf. and tolerance among faith groups. FGAP is in this text means to “bend.” In order for a always surpasses anything we can imagine Peace in your heart and mind is a sure not intended as a forum for proselytizing or person to find peace, he or she must bend or think. guarantee that you have committed the mat- theological debate. FGAP is open to all mil- their will to God, that is to turn their will over Fifth, “refrain from anger and wrath” for ter to God and you have allowed him to take itary, family members, and DA civilians. For to God and in doing so, find the delight God both will destroy good relationships. control. The results of your faith will pro- more information, contact Michael Iliff at will delight to them. God receives great plea- Ephesians 4:31- 32, “Get rid of all bitterness, duce a comfortable sense of God’s presence firstname.lastname@example.org or call 767-9789. sure when we allow him to lead us and rage, anger, brawling and slander, alone with which leads to less stress and more blessings. Today’s topic is Sunni and Shiiah. delight us with his goodness. every form of malice. Be kind and compas- Putting your life in God’s hand, is the only My mother would delight herself in her sionate to one another, forgiving each other, sensible and peaceful thing to do. God bless. Chapel Schedule Fort Stewart Chapel Youth Ministry Junior and Senior High Students! Kids Church Fort Stewart Catholic Location Time Join us for free games and pizza Exciting Bible Lessons Sunday Mass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Heritage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 a.m. 6:30 - 8 p.m. Sunday, with music, puppets, videos, crafts, games Saturday Mass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Heritage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 p.m. Protestant at Vale Chapel in Bryan Village. Contemporary Worship . . . . . . . . . . . .Marne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 a.m. Gospel Worship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Victory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 a.m. For more information, 11 a.m. to Noon, Sunday Traditional Worship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 a.m. call 877-7207. at School Age Services American Samoan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Vale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 a.m. Liturgical Worship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Heritage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 a.m. (across from Diamond Elementary) Kids’ Church(K to 6th grade) . . . . . . . . .Across from Dia. Elem. . . . . . . . . .11 a.m. PWOC (Tuesday) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:30 a.m. Islamic Friday Jum’ah . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1:30 p.m. For all kids Grade K-6 Contact Staff Sgt. Aiken at 877-4053. Jewish Scheduled Bus Pick-up Contact Sgt. 1st Class. Crowther at 332-2084. 10:15 a.m. - Liberty and Hendrich, Liberty and Sicily, Liberty Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Marne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11:30 a.m and Anzio, Liberty and Rome 10:20 a.m. - Jasmine and Skyland Spruce, Jasmine and Liberty Hunter Army Airfield Wood, Wild Fern and Golden Birch Catholic Sunday Mass . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chapel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 a.m. 10:30 a.m. - Schofield and Sansidro, Schofield and Hollandia, Rogers and Argyle Protestant 10:40 a.m. - Naktong and New Guinea, Ormoc and New Guinea Sunday Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Chapel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 a.m. 10:50 a.m. - Marne Chapel Religious Education Contacts 10:55 a.m. - Victory Chapel Stewart and Hunter, Director of RE, Mike Iliff, call 767-9789. Stewart Catholic RE coordinator, Beth Novak, call 767-6825. Questions? Hunter Catholic RE coordinator, Pamela Perez, call 315-5440. Contact Chaplain Ric Thompson at 767-6831 The Frontline 5B March 22, 2007 Savannah Cultural Events Participants will execute projects and The association also hosts a dance on the copies of the book. All copies of the book SAVANNAH – Activities sponsored by the develop an exhibition to be displayed dur- last Sunday of each month at the Jekyll returned will be sent to our deployed troops. Savannah Department of Cultural Affairs ing National Women’s Month in March. Island Club Hotel, in the grand dining room. All events are free and open to the public. For include these ongoing events: Experience and access to a camera are Instruction starts at 5:15 p.m. and seating for the most up-to-date information on events, Every first Friday of the month not required. Limited space available. the dinner and dance starts at 6 p.m. go to www.savannahga.gov/arts, 912-961- Folk Music by Savannah Folk Music Advanced registration required. Sponsored For more information, call (912) 634-9527 3173. Society, 7:30 p.m. Free at Wesley by the City of Savannah’s Department of or e-mail, SeasideDance@bellsouth.net. Monumental United Methodist Church. Cultural Affairs Soldiers invited to Legends’ play The Arts at City Market Center, Upstairs, For information, contact 912-927-9922 or Expericence Savannah Music Fest The greatest legends on the Champions Jefferson and West St. Julian Streets, free visit www.morningstararts.com. Friday • Music at Midday: Savannah Arts Tour will play golf in the 2007 Liberty Mutual 6:30- 8:30 p.m. Call (912) 232-7731. Academy Chorale, 12:30 p.m., St. John’s Legends of Golf on the Westin Savannah Every first Saturday of the month Savannah Tour of Homes Episcopal Church • Great Performers Series: Harbor Golf Resort and Spa Course April 20- Adult and youth basic ballroom dance SAVANNAH – The 72nd annual Savannah Philippe Entremont and Sebastian Knauer, 6 22. Just a few of the players are Chi Chi classes, by Moon River Dancers: 1-3 p.m. at Tour of Homes and Gardens will be hosted p.m. Telfair Academy of Arts and Sciences • Rodriguez, Tom Kite, Tom Watson and Fuzzy W. Broad Street YMCA, 1110 May St. today through March 25. Presented by the The Gospel Truth: Gospel Music Workshop Zoeller. Admission is $3 per person. Call 912-925- Episcopal Church, Women of Christ Church with James Bignon, 6 p.m. St. John Baptist The Savannah Chamber of Commerce’s 7416 or visit www.savannahusabda.org. and the Historic Savannah Foundation, the Church • Memorial Feel Better Series: Noche corporate members have purchased blocks Every third Wednesday of the month tour offers a rare opportunity to appreciate Flamenca with Soledad Barrio, 8 p.m. at of tickets that will allow service members Open Mic Poetry Night - Signup at 7:45 the beautiful architecture, interiors and gar- Lucas Theatre for the Arts • Groove Masters and their families (active duty only) to attend p.m., Gallery Espresso, 6 East Liberty St. Call dens of historic Savannah. Proceeds support Series: Funky Dance Party Porter-Batiste- the 2007 Liberty Mutual Legends of Golf 912-233-5348. the community outreach efforts of the Stoltz, 8 p.m. and 10 p.m. at Orleans Hall • Tournament free of charge. Additionally, the Saturdays and Sundays Episcopal Church Women of Christ Church Connect Americana Series: Marty Stuart and Savannah USO will again establish a USO Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home and the preservation projects of the Historic His Fabulous Superlatives, 8:30 p.m. at canteen adjacent to the entrance that will Foundation tours 1-5 p.m. every Saturday Savannah Foundation. Special events Trustees Theater. provide free food and beverages to active and 1-4 p.m. Sunday. include lunches at Lady and Sons Restaurant Saturday • The Gospel Truth: Gospel duty service members and their families. Located at 207 E. Charlton St. on Lafayette and Mrs. Wilkes Boarding House, Afternoon Music Workshop with James Bignon, 10 a.m. Square. Born in Savannah in 1925, writer, Teas, Trolley Tours and evening events. at St. John Baptist Church • Sensations II VA seeks Soldier input for webpage Mary Flannery O’Connor, lived in a Charlton Informative seminar topics will include: Chamber Music Concert led by Daniel Hope, Street house until 1938. Today, it is main- Savannah Historic Preservation and 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. at Jepson Center for the VA taskforce web page asks for service tained partly as a memorial to her and partly Restoration, Antiques, Decorating, Southern Arts in Neises Auditorium • With Passion and members' input to its newly created web as a literary center for Savannah. Literary Cooking, and the Ships of the Sea Museum. Spirit Series: Boston Camerata, 3 p.m. Christ page through which service members may activities are held at various times now In addition to the beautiful downtown Church • Jazz Now & Forever Series: Jazz at comment directly about their experience in through May, free. Call 912-233-6014. Savannah homes, the tour has once again Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton accessing federal services. Go to Every Sunday partnered with The Ardsley Park Garden Marsalis, 7:30 p.m. at Johnny Mercer Theater www.gcn.com/online/vol1_no1/43295- Oldie Goldies Sunday at the American Club to showcase homes and gardens from • Groove Masters Series: Latin Dance Party 1.html Legion Post 500, 1716 Montgomery St., 4-8 one of Savannah’s most beautiful historic Plena Libre, 8 p.m.; 10 p.m. Orleans Hall. p.m. Call 912-925-7116. neighborhoods - Ardsley Park. This wonder- Online ticket purchase links are provided at Free Jamestown lecture offered The Reel Savannah Film Group presenta- ful little hamlet, located approximately three www.savannahmusicfestival.org. SAVANNAH – The Georgia Historical tions, 7 p.m., Sunday evenings at the Lucas miles from downtown Savannah, was the Tickets can also be purchased through the Society in partnership with Armstrong Theatre. Tickets, which are $6, are available city’s first automobile suburb, built in the Trustees Theater box office 216 E. Broughton Atlantic State University invites you to a lec- an hour before showtime. 1900’s. Ardsley Park is rich in history and Street, 525-5050, and range in price from ture 7 p.m. Thursday commemorating the embraces grand homes and lush gardens, $15-$85 for each performance, with some 400th anniversary of the founding of the Visit Armstrong Arboretum replete with huge, century-old oaks and events free. Virginia colony entitles: Jamestown, 1607: SAVANNAH — Armstrong Atlantic State magnolias. A full listing of the walking tours The Colonial Encounter with the Native University has an arboretum, which encom- of private homes and gardens, special events Children musical slated American Landscape. passes the 250 acre campus and displays and informative lectures, will be available on HINESVILLE – This is a children’s musical The lecture will be presented by Pulitzer more than 100 species of trees and 200 our official web site: www.savannah- program based on the biography of Zora Prize-winning author Alan Taylor from the species of shrubs and other woody plants. tourofhomes.org. Neale Hurston by A.P. Porter, presented by University of California at Davis at the new The Fern Collection, featuring 23 varieties For more information, tickets, or Live Oak Public Libraries. It is an exploration Armstrong Center. The program is free and of native and non-native ferns, is on the west brochures, contact the Tour of Homes and of stories that Zora would have heard during open to the public. For more information, side of Jenkins Hall. The recently completed Gardens office at 18 Abercorn Street, her childhood in Florida. The performer is call 651-2125, or visit Ginger Collection focuses on seven groups of Savannah, Georgia, 31401, call (912) 234- storyteller/songwriter Constance Andrews. www.georgiahistory.com ginger plants and is at the south end of 8054 or visit online at www.savannah- The event is for children six and up. The Hawes Hall. For more information or to tourofhomes.org. event is 2 p.m. Saturday at the Liberty library Traveling Wall comes to Savannah schedule an educational tour, call AASU’s in Hinesville and 4:30 p.m. Monday at the SAVANNAH – The traveling version of the plant operations at 912-921-5472. Free dance lessons offered South Effingham Branch in Rincon. Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial will make its Free ballroom dancing lessons are being Some of The Big Read - Savannah events way to the Coastal Empire. Half the size of Savannah sidelights offered at Club Stewart 7 to 9 p.m., the first include Zora Neale Hurston and the Music of the original structure located in Washington, Through March 31 – Workshop: Women’s Wednesday of every month by the Moon Her Time 3-5 p.m. Saturday at the Carnegie DC, “The Wall That Heals” is etched with the Independence Network Photojournalism River Dancers Association in Savannah. It is Library performed by Ben Tucker and more than 58,000 names of those who died Workshops, presented by Morningstar Arts, for soldiers and their families. Couples and Friends. April 9 • Valerie Boyd, biographer in the war. Inc., routinely 5-7:30 p.m. Tuesday; 5-7:30 singles welcome. No registration required, and the author of Wrapped in Rainbows: The Opening ceremonies are scheduled June p.m. Thursday; 2:30-5 p.m. Sunday at the just show up and learn. Call 767-8609, for Life of Zora Neale Hurston, will present a lec- 14 at Emmet Park in Savannah and events Jewish Educational Alliance, 5111 Abercorn information. Also, if you’re into ballroom ture at the Armstrong Center, 13040 will wrap up the following Sunday, June 17. Street. Hands-on workshops for young dancing and don’t mind the drive, the Abercorn Street in Savannah at 7 p.m. April 9. Leisure Services City of Savannah is sponsor- women, ages 16 to 25, with professional Seaside Dance Association in St. Simons A book signing will follow. Closing ing the event and it will be hosted by the female photographers who will introduce Island has dances every Tuesday and Celebration, 2-4 p.m., April 14, Daffin Park, Vietnam Veteran’s of America Chapter 671. them to the basic skills needed for a career Thursday through the summer at Blanche’s book clubs come together for book discus- Call 912-927-3356 or visit www.vvmf.org for in photojournalism. Courtyard starting at 7 p.m. sions. Participants are invited to return more information. Marne TV/Pentagon Channel Time Show 2:00 PM Audience or PentagonChannel Updates-Whats happening on Fort 12:00 AM Audience Updates-Whats happening on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield 6:30 AM National Anthem/Dogface Soldier Song 3:00 PM SMS Video 6:35 AM Daily Devotional Chaplains give the word of the day 4:00 PM Audience Updates-Whats happening on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army 6:40 AM Audience Updates-Whats happening on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army 5:00 PM Marne Chat 6:55 AM Daily Devotional Chaplains give the word of the day 5:30 PM Audience Updates-Whats happening on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army 7:00 AM The Marne Report Third infantry division command channel 5:55 PM Daily Devotional Chaplains give the word of the day 7:30 AM Audience Updates-Whats happening on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army 6:00 PM The Marne Report Third infantry division command channel 8:00 AM Marne Chat 6:30 PM Education Matters Weekly talk show featuring education topics 9:00 AM Audience or PentagonChannel Updates-Whats happening on Fort Stewart 7:00 PM The Marne Report Third infantry division command channel and Hunter Army 7:30 PM Audience Updates-Whats happening on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army 10:00 AM Health Watch Weekly Talk Show on Health and Fitness Matters. 8:00 PM Safety Concerns 10:30 AM Education Matters Weekly talk show featuring education topics 8:30 PM Audience Updates-Whats happening on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army 11:00 AM Third Infantry Division around Iraq 9:00 PM The Marne Report Third infantry division command channel 11:30 AM Daily Devotional 9:30 PM Health Watch Weekly Talk Show on Health and Fitness Matters. 12:00 PM Marne Chat 10:00 PM Audience Updates-Whats happening on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army 12:30 PM The Marne Report Third infantry division command channel 10:30 PM The Marne Report Third infantry division command channel 1:00 PM CG Stand Up or Audience 11:00 PM The Marne Report Third infantry division command channel 1:30 PM CGs Newcomeres Brief 11:30 PM Education Matters Weekly talk show featuring education topics BABY From Page 1B February 24 Warrant Officer 1 Ryan and • Maria Cae Roman, a girl, 7 • Thomas Adam Gaylor, a boy, 8 • Izabella Ruth Madsen, a girl, 7 • Tatyana Krystyne Freeman, a Melissa Harmer. pounds, 7 ounces, born to Sgt. pounds, 1 ounce, born to Pfc. pounds, 14 ounces, born to Pvt. girl, 8 pounds, 12 ounces, born to Jesus and Tiffany Roman. Gregory and Maryellen Gaylor. Waldemar and Jackilyn Madsen. Sgt. Eugene and Spc. Yocasia • Ivan Daniel Mejia, a boy, 8 Freeman. pounds, 2 ounces, born to Staff March 6 March 8 • Vicente Sandoval, a boy, 5 Sgt. Hector and Rebeca Mejia. • Kylee Michelle Nelson, a girl, 6 • Natalia Damisi Francis, a girl, 6 pounds, 14 ounces, born to Sgt. • Jacque T. LaFraniere, a boy, 7 pounds, 7 ounces, born to Pfc. pounds, 9 ounces, born to Spc. Jimmy and Nancy Sandoval. pounds, 3 ounces, born to Pfc. • Benjamin Tyrus Robert Joshua and Amanda Nelson. Damian and Natalie Francis Jacque and Daphane LaFraniere. Lovelace, Jr., a boy, 6 pounds, 6 • Kaden Mikkel Nasholts, a boy, 7 ounces, born to Spc. Benjamin March 7 • Kyleigh Annabelle Panter, a girl, pounds, 10 ounces, born to Sgt. • Isabella Louise Larsen, a girl, 8 and Ashley Lovelace. • Shanniya Chanel Gibson, a girl, 8 pounds, 1 ounce, born to Spc. Williams and Jessica Nasholts. pounds, 5 ounces, born to Pfc. 7 pounds, 15 ounces, born to Spc. Christopher and Megan Panter. Steven and Deidre Larsen. February 26 Earzabre and Shanntel Gibson. March 11 • Breanna Jane Hopkins, a girl, 8 March 9 • Essence Chimene Shadel, a girl, 6 February 25 pounds, 7 ounces, born to Spc. • Zohra Eloise Michels, a girl, 8 • Gage Douglas Stimpson, a boy, 8 pounds, 12 ounces, born to Spc. • Violett Lee Hansen, a girl, 7 William and Kim Hopkins. pounds, 2 ounces, born to Spc. pounds, 12 ounces, born to Pvt. Michael and Marquita Shadel. pounds, 14 ounces, born to Sgt. Zane and Pfc. Jennifer Michels. Michael and Charity Stimpson. 1st Class Curtis and Sabrina • Kamryn Elise James, a girl, 6 March 12 Hansen. pounds, 11 ounces, born to Staff • Emma Maresa Heck, a girl, 6 March 10 Sgt. Eldon and Kinyatta James. pounds, 6 ounces, born to Staff • Damari Akiel Arthur, a boy, 5 • Amari Robert Peterson, a boy, 6 • Breanna Michelle Harmer, a Sgt. 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