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pages 2 & 3
1-503 earns Navy Commendation Medal
What you need to know
Are you the caregiver
for a person with
special needs? The
OIFII earns unit
respite care program
may be for you
pages 4 & 5 Story and photo by
Pfc. MICHAEL SWORD
1-503’s Soldier named
It was an early morning for
USO voluneer of Year the members of the 1st Battalion,
503rd Infantry Regiment
Darby announces NCO, (Airborne), 173 rd Airborne
Soldier of Quarter Brigade Combat Team, as they
See COMMANDER Page 3
pages 6 & 7
OUT & ABOUT: A listing Medical officials: Troops risk permanent
damage when they ignore hearing protection
of local concerts,
festivals and events
Story and photo by hearing related issues.
Spc. OPAL HOOD “The first question I ask a
Sports 5th Mobile PA Detachment patient who comes in with a
page 8 When gearing up for a
hearing complaint is ‘Were you
wearing hearing protection?’”
Certified maintains mission in Afghanistan, a service said Air Force Col. Joseph A.
3-year winning streak: member wouldn’t forget their Brennan, the ENT doctor here
helmet, gloves, weapon, eye on Bagram. “Since I arrived
dominates 509th Signal
protection or body armor, but here in May, I have not had one
53-36, SETAF65-46 what about hearing protection? service member answer yes to
According to Air Force Staff that question.”
Sgt. Lee Adams, an Ear, Nose Deployed service members
and Throat technician at Bagram are exposed to many dangers
Air Field, more than 50 percent while in combat zones. Air Force Col. Joseph Brennan, the Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor at the
U.S.-run Staff Sgt. Heath N. Craig Joint Theater Hospital, demonstrates
of the patients seen in the ENT According to Brennan, many how the portable hearing test machine works with the help of Air
walk-in clinics are there for See WEARING Page 3 Force Staff Sgt. Lee Adams, an Ear, Nose, and Throat technician.
Suicide Dr. (Lt. Col.)
National Suicide Prevention Week—Sept. 6-12, 2009
suicide rate in the last three decades.
Unfortunately, the trend continues into
Awareness Chief, Dept. of Behavioral Health
2009. This is a trend we need to stop.
Suicide destroys families, impacts unit
readiness, and decreases a community’s
As most people are now aware, overall health and resilience.
suicide rates across the services have There are certain risk factors that may 634-
been going up over the last several years. make some individuals more prone to KARE
Last year marked the highest military See DON’T IGNORE Page 3 (5273)
Respite care available for EFMP caregivers
By SASHA SIBILLA Army-wide. These guidelines became
Contributing writer effective Aug. 3.
To learn more about the Respite Care
Are you the primary caregiver of a
program and to read the new guidelines,
child or adult with special needs?
If you need help and a temporary rest
period, the Respite Care program may Once into the Web site, click on
be the answer for you. Family Programs and Services, Family
The Respite Care program is a Programs, then EFMP to visit the Respite
component of the Exceptional Family Care program site. All the new guidelines
Member Program (EFMP) and provides will be posted along with frequently asked
up to 40 hours of funded respite care questions.
monthly for each certified family Families can apply for the Respite
member. Care Program through the ACS EFMP
Care can be provided at the respite Program.
care user’s home or at other locations Call Exceptional Family Member
Photo by Jean Sweeton Program manager Frannie Packard at
such as special needs camps and
EFMP member Lance Deull participates in Caserma Ederle’s Respite Care Program.
enrichment programs. 634-8582 or frances.packard
Respite Care is a vital program that Soldier readiness. All qualifying families Management Command published @eur.army.mil, or contact EFMP
decreases family stress, increases family must be enrolled in the EFMP and be on revised guidelines for use of the FY 09 coordinator Jean Sweeton at 634-7912
stability and reduces expensive out-of- active duty. respite care funds on June 11 to further or Aekyong.Sweeton@eur.army .mil.
home placements, thereby contributing to The U.S. Army Installation standardize and expedite service delivery They are located at ACS in Davis Hall.
Dietary supplements: Know whether or not to take them
By BARB SCHNEIDER, cure for what ails you. certain nutrients are. The next point to consider for-profit company who sets
RD/LD Well balanced diet Also, adults consuming less is whether or not the supplement quality standards for prescription
USAHC Vicenza The science shows us that in than 1600 calories per day will actually will do what it claims. and over-the-counter
Daily, we can read about most cases, eating a well- most likely not get all of the AKO account holders have free medications and dietary
some new miracle food or balanced, nutrient rich diet is nutrients they need from their access to the Natural Medicines supplements. A USP mark
supplement that will make us lose going to provide the nutrients an food alone and would benefit Comprehensive Database. indicates the supplement meets
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increase muscle size . . . the list rich in fruits, vegetables, whole- Tips to follow Medical, ARMY Move, Nutrition purity and potency.
goes on and on. grains, low-fat dairy products If you plan on taking Information – you can then scroll Partner with provider
There are thousands of and lean proteins will meet the supplements, here are some down and find the Natural Remember to always tell your
dietary supplements in today’s needs of most individuals. guidelines to help you make the Medicines Comprehensive medical provider about the
marketplace. With so many There are some stages of the best choices: Database link. This site has supplements you are taking or
choices and claims, it’s difficult life-cycle and medical conditions With the exception of a good information about considering. This includes herbal
to know what might be of help that are an exception to this. multivitamin, stay away from supplements, their claims and the products, sports powders, gels,
and what to look for in choosing For example, pregnant supplements that have long scientific proof to date. etc. They may interact with the
a quality product. First rule of women should take a daily ingredient lists. They are less Another thing to look for on a medications you take.
thumb is if it sounds too good to prenatal vitamin. The calorie likely to have enough of the supplement is the USP verified Remember that “natural”
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Speak What do you enjoy most about Hispanic
Out Heritage Month? (Sept. 15 - Oct. 15)
Staff Sgt. Patrick Casseus Pfc. Charity Galle Leith Harris-Gray Carmen Rodriguez Jennifer and CWO
HHC, 2-503rd SETAF G-6 Family member Family member Christopher Storms
HHC, 173rd Abn. Bde.
“I helped in some past “I enjoyed eating the “I enjoy the food and “I like to take part in
events. The recent one was foods. That is what we did music.” the events. In the past I “We enjoy learning
while I was deployed to back home to celebrate.” have danced Latino about different cultures,
Afghanistan. The food is dance at the chow hall their customs, their music
very delicious. Hispanic with Mexican dresses and and their foods.”
cuisine has a variety of I also cooked traditional
food that you have never food.”
2 THE Outlook September 10, 2009
The Noncommissioned Officer
PROFILES OF SUCCESS A community volunteer feigns injury due
to a car explosion during a 2008
emergency response exercise at
USAG Vicenza will conduct emergency
response procedures during its annual
Lion Shake antiterrorism exercise later
this month. Installation and local national
officials join forces each year for the
realistic training. The exercise will
replicate a real emergency and will
disrupt normal day-to-day operations.
Impacts to community members may
include gate closures, restricted vehicle
and pedestrian movement on the
installation and the temporary closure of
some offices and services.
Sgt. 1st Class Amy Phillips
File photo by Laura Kreider
Unit: 509th Signal Battalion
Current Position: S3 NCOIC
Hometown: La Grange, Ga., Commander: medal is another Wearing hearing
Years in service: 14
What would surprise people
achievement in unit’s lineage protection crucial
about you: That I have an
adventurous, fun side.
Biggest mentor(s) and why:
continued from Page 1 is awarded to a detachment or unit that for troops
continued from Page 1
has distinguished itself in action. While
My mother. She taught and marched to Caserma Ederle’s Hoekstra
attached to the 1 st MEF, the 1-503 troops do not use hearing protection while
showed me the basic funda- field for an award ceremony Aug. 13.
performed service of a out on missions, because they feel that
mentals of life: live, love, and The battalion was being character comparable to the hearing protection affects their ability
recognized for earning the
laugh. She has always empha- service that would merit to do their job and complete their
sized the importance of treating
Navy Unit Commendation This award the award of a Silver Star missions.
Medal for its actions during
people with kindess and respect. Operation Iraqi Freedom II,
is indicative of medal. “I was in Iraq in ’04 and ’05 in Fallujah
She has shown me how to take “The award is indicative with the Marines and the Army’s 1st
while attached to the 1 st how we are of how we are approaching
the bad and turn it into good. Infantry Division, and we just couldn’t
Marine Expeditionary Force, approaching the fight on the ground as
Life’s ambition: I have achieved get folks to wear their hearing
so many goals in my life. Still
there is one thing that I would like
to accomplish--to become a
from Aug. 2, 2004 to Feb. 1,
“This commendation is
unit’s lineage, steeped with
the fight on the a joint, combined team,”
said McFarlane. “No
ground as a matter who we work for,
another achievement in the joint, combined or with, it is about
accomplishing the mission
protection,” said Brennan.
“We understand. It is like the old Army
helmets, Soldiers were complaining they
couldn’t shoot with them. So even though
they offered better protection, which as
Your definition of an NCO: accomplishments dating and we could not do that a doctor is what I care about, the fight is
Someone who always does the back to World War II,” said without other Army units, most important,” he added.
right thing for the right reason, Lt. Col. Matthew McFarlane, our sister services or other allied forces.”
even when no one is looking. commander of the 1-503. Finally, McFarlane reminded the Visit www.army.mil and click on the
List of major assignments/ The Navy Unit Commendation Medal Soldiers that they fight for one another. HEALTH link for the rest of the story.
deployments: Two tours in
Korea, two at Fort McPherson,
Fort Drum and two tours here in
Don’t ignore suicide warning signs of family, friends
continued from Page 1 If you are seeing these warning signs One suicide is too many and help is
Advice for junior Soldiers:
suicide, like suffering from depression, or in yourself, your family, your colleges or available in our community. You can call
What you put into your career is
other mental illnesses, abusing alcohol or your Soldiers, do something. the chaplains suicide hotline 24 hours a
what you get out of it. Act; don’t assume someone else will day at 634-KARE (5273), and they will
drugs, experiencing recent losses like a
Reason for your success: handle it. If you are concerned, ask the help you.
breakup or divorce, or perceiving to have
Hard work, dedication, and person if they are thinking about suicide, You can walk in or escort your buddy
overwhelming occupational or legal
discipline. I strive for excellence. problems. asking doesn’t increase the risk. to the Behavioral Health Department
Your defining moment as an There are also some warning signs we Care for the person, actively listen and without an appointment, and we will see
NCO: Being inducted into the all need to be aware of, like significant calmly control the situation. Then escort you.
Sergeant Audie Murphy Club. changes in a person’s behavior, talking that person to the chaplain, their chain of In an emergency you can contact the
or hinting about suicide, increasing their command or the Department of military police for assistance (634-7233/
Visit the Army’s Web site dedicated to the
Year of the NCO at www. army.mil/Year of substance use, or giving away their Behavioral Health (634-7604, or off post 7626 or off post 0444-71-7233/7626). No
the NCO. possessions. 0444-71-7604). one has to go it alone.
The Outlook September 10, 2009 Vol. 42, Issue 35 At your service Garrison Command
U.S. Army Africa Commander off post at 0444-71-7000 or e-mail: DL
Maj. Gen. William B. Garrett III USAG Vicenza Outlook Editor Chuck Walls is USAG Vicenza’s new deputy garrison
The Outlook is published weekly by
USAG Vicenza Commander the USAG Vicenza PAO, Unit 31401, Box commander. He comes from Fort Benning, Ga., and has
Col. Erik Daiga
10, APO AE 09630. It is printed by Centro
Stampa Editoriale SRL, Grisignano (VI)
been associated with the U.S. Army for more than 33 years
USAG Vicenza 0444-414-303. both as an Army officer and DA civilian.
Editorial publication is an authorized
Public Affairs Officer
section for members of the U.S. Army He credits any success he’s had to the many outstanding
overseas. Contents of The Outlook are leaders he’s worked for as well as the tremendous support
Editor not necessarily the official views of, or
Adriane Foss endorsed by, the U.S. government, of all the people he’s worked with. Walls is joined in Vicenza
Department of Defense, Department of
Photojournalist the Army, Installation Management by his wife Terry.
Laura Kreider Command-Europe, U.S. Army Garrison “Terry and I were immediately impressed by what a
Vicenza or the U.S. Army Southern
The Outlook is an unofficial European Task Force. great community we have here in Vicenza,” he said.
publication authorized and provided by Submissions: Send all submissions
AR 360-1. for publication to firstname.lastname@example.org. Walls said the U.S. Army military community in Vicenza
All editorial content of The Outlook Submissions should be made via e-mail is at a major crossroad of growth and development and he
is prepared, edited, provided and and must be received by Monday at noon
approved by the U.S. Army Garrison for that week’s publication. is proud to be a part of all that is happening. “Our goal is
Vicenza Public Affairs Office in building The editor reserves the right to edit all
3, room 101, on Caserma Ederle in submissions for style, brevity and clarity.
simple: To make a lasting contribution to this community
Vicenza, Italy. Telephone DSN 634-7000, Circulation is 2,500 per week. and to the wonderful people in it.”
September 10, 2009 THE Outlook 3
(Left) Spc. Timothy Donovan hands out food while volunteering at the
Vicenza USO. He was recognized as the USO volunteer of the Year for
Europe Aug. 23. One day after his Aug. 21 redeployment from a nine-
month tour, Donovan jumped back in at the USO to offer his service.
(Left) Spc. Timothy
Donovan prepares hot
dogs while volunteering
at the Vicenza USO.
Donovan said he
volunteers because he
simply likes to help out.
1-503 Soldier named USO volunteer of year for
Europe, continuing to give back to community
Story and photos by He arrived in Vicenza for the Freedom VI. Spc. Timothy Donovan in leader, has a knack for
LAURA KREIDER first time in August 2004 and left “Why did I do it? When I got September 2008,” said organizing, and while at the
Outlook Staff in 2006, only to be reassigned to back to Italy from being cadre Vicenza’s USO interim director center he said he recruits other
Vicenza in July 2008. for the last year-and-a-half I was Jake Jacobs. volunteers.
On Aug. 21, the day after Helping Soldiers ready to go back into the fight, Would not be possible “He is a very calm and
returning from his nine-month “I decided to go back to Italy; so I volunteered for the unit out “The work of the USO relaxing person, the type of
deployment, Spc. Timothy I like being in Europe. I’ve also of Hohenfels, Germany, for a depends on volunteers,” person who is just a pleasure to
Donovan of Headquarters and got one of the best units in the nine-month deployment,” he said. explained Jacobs, who feels it work with,” said Jacobs.
Headquarters Company, 1st Army,” he said. “I volunteer Community activities is important to recognize the Before getting ready for the
Battalion 503rd Airborne because I like helping out, and As a USO volunteer, volunteers “because we have a next deployment, Donovan will
Battalion Combat Team, spent mostly helping Soldiers,” he Donavan assists with small staff and without their take leave and spend time with
his free time volunteering. explained. community activities including dedication, our work would not his family back home.
Recognized “Also, Linda Lorenzana Halloween. be possible.”
After completing some of his (Vicenza USO director at the He kept the center open for After being honored as the No breaks
reintegration duties, Donovan time) needed a lot of help, so I extended hours, especially in the 1st Quarter Europe USO “I’ll probably do a little
headed to the USO in Vicenza took a lot off her back,” said evenings and helped out in winner, Donovan received the traveling,” he said. “I will also
where he was submitted for and Donovan. between his deployments. Other plaque for the USO Volunteer be helping the USO as much as
won 1st Quarter USO volunteer Deployment community events he has of the Year for Europe Aug. 23. I can, everyday, but the most
for Europe. But volunteering for Donovan devoted his time to include “We had a party for him,” important thing I will be doing is
“I started volunteering at the isn’t exclusive to the USO. Thanksgiving, Christmas dinners said Jacobs. “Timothy is a getting my squad ready for the
USO a couple of days after I He volunteered for his most and the July 2008 Back to special person and he does what next deployment,” he said.
got back in Italy,” said Donovan recent deployment, his second School bash. he does for unselfish reasons.” “There is going to be no break
last month. after Operation Enduring “I had the chance to know Donovan, who is a squad for me,” said Donovan.
Post entomologist keeping it safe with handcrafted trap
Story and photo by By between 9 and 10 p.m., most of
LAURA KREIDER the wasps have returned to their nest.
Outlook Staff “To place the trap, no noise must be
made otherwise the sentinel wasps may
Franco Lidron, the post entomologist attack any possible moving target and the
has been very busy recently installing a risk of multiple stings is very high,” he
very special type of trap. explained. Nests are usually found in flat
After receiving a call by a Caserma areas. They are built underground and
Ederle employee often where the colony
who had a is not likely to be
troublesome time disturbed.
mowing grass in a “Normally in late
fenced-in area on summer a nest can be
the installation, used by at least 2,000
Lidron responded wasps. Sometimes,
by strategically there are two or three
positioning a trap in entrances and the
the critical area of distance between the Post entomologist Franco Lidron checks a recently installed, handrafted wasp trap
a wasp nest. entrance and the actual behind Caserma Ederle’s Club V Sept. 3. The trap (at left) holds 3,000 wasps.
“A wasp trap—we are talking about nest goes from 10 cm. up to three meters, because no similar traps are on the placing it over the nest, no insecticides
the Vespula vulgaris, or so-called according to the size of the nest,” he said. market,” he said. are used and the trap can capture more
German wasp—must be placed in the “The trap must stay in place for three Advantages of the trap used by Lidron than 3,000 wasps with one trap
early night hours,” he explained. to four weeks and is handcrafted include the area becomes safe after application.
4 THE Outlook September 10, 2009
Online sign-up coming for CYS D arby
programs, expected to save time
By JOYCE COSTELLO designed by Vermont Systems, of their home.” new family, which we estimate
Lift Your Spirits tour
slated Sept. 27
The Lift Up Your Spirits
tour is coming to Camp
USAG Livorno Public Affairs that will allow parents to perform Long said parents will still that with pre-registration the Darby Sept 27.
certain operations online. need to make an appointment to interview with the clerk will take Trini-I-Tee 5:7, Deitrick
At the end of September, “By pre-registering for CYS bring in shot records, physical only 15-20 minutes, rather than and Damita Haddon,
Camp Darby family members Services on WEBTRAC, forms and the special needs one hour,” explained Long. Spensha and Army 2008
will be able to renew and start service members will be able to forms. “We’re positive that this is Operation Rising Star’s
the registration process for their reduce the amount of time they In order to get started, just one more service being Joyce Dodson will perform
family members needing Child, spend in updating household parents must have a valid e-mail offered as part of the Army this free inspirational concert
Youth and School Services information input and such,” said address and provide it to CYSS. Family Covenant that is helping in the Camp Darby theater.
online as part of a test pilot site. Long. “Plus, parents will be able Parents will then receive a user our Camp Darby families,” she Doors open at 6 p.m.
According to the Darby’s to register for programs such as ID and password that they can said. Show takes place from 7-9
acting CYSS coordinator, Vicki Parent’s Night Out, Sports use to access the program. According to Long, by p.m.
Long, Livorno and Vicenza are Seasons, SKIES Instructional “The benefits vary, but the February 2010, all Army CYSS
the IMCOM pilot sites for Classes as well as pay for their main benefit being a reduction services programs worldwide Girls Scout meeting
WEBTRAC, a program program fees from the comfort in face time for registering a will have this service. The Camp Darby Girl
Scouts will host an
informational parent meeting
Sept. 17 in Bldg. 428 from
Parents will be given
information about the year,
paperwork and able to ask
For more information, e-
Stop by ITR to
schedule a trip
Ever wondered how the
Graphic illustration by Joyce Costello Graphic illustration by Joyce Costello
grapes get from the vine to
“As an NCO she is thoughtful and cares about doing the right thing for the bottle?
“Arnold eagerly volunteered to attend the SOQ and through her own
the Soldiers,” said Marisa Gaona, AFN Livorno station manager, of initiative and hard work ensured that she won it,” said Sgt. 1st Class Witness the entire process
Darby NCO of the Quarter Sgt. Jennifer Livingston. Rennick Beneby of Darby Soldier of the Quarter Spc. Holly Arnold. of vendemmia from start to
Darby NCO, Soldier of Quarter announced
finish Sept. 12.
Tour the wine cellars and
enjoy a Tuscan lunch with
wine tasting. Call 633-7589.
By CHIARA MATTIROLO community with her involvement By CHIARA MATTIROLO both on the part of the leader as
Chianti bike trip
USAG Livorno Public Affairs in Better Opportunities for Single USAG Livorno Public Affairs well as the Soldier and places
Spend the entire day Sept.
Soldiers, Combined Federal immense stress on the Soldier
rmy Sgt. Jennifer pc. Holly Arnold, a 12 biking through Chianti
Campaign and intramural who is called upon to face a panel
Livingston was native of Elma, Wash., country.
sports.” of senior ranking individuals and
selected as the was selected as Camp Call ODR for more
Livingston joined the Army face scrutiny as well as a
noncommissioned officer of the Darby’s Soldier of the quarter information at 633-7775.
after attending Minnesota State barrage of questions,” said
quarter at the Camp Darby Aug. 27. Arnold enrolled in the Beneby. “Arnold eagerly
University with a concentration Darby Religious
military installation competition U.S. Army after finishing high volunteered to attend the SOQ
in graphic design. activities
Aug. 27. school and is assigned to the and through her own initiative
The military experience, she For details, call the chapel
Livingston, a Worthington, Livorno Health Clinic. and hard work ensured that she
said, led her to growth as an at: 633-7267 (050-54-7267)
Minn. native, has been serving Arnold arrived to Camp won it. She has been
individual. 9:40 a.m.: Catholic
in the U.S. Army for six years Darby in June after a 15-month commended by both staff and
“Being in the military is much Reconciliation
and is currently assigned as deployment to Iraq and is very patients for her hard work ethic,
more than physical strength, 10 a.m.: Catholic Mass
television and radio repairman happy about being in a small humility and dedication to both 11:15 a.m.: Protestant
for American Forces Network what you really needed to community where, she said, she
succeed is mental strength,” clinic and self improvement.” worship
Livorno. feels at home. For Arnold, the Arnold said she has learned Protestant Sunday
She said winning competition Livingston said. “While serving, Soldier of the quarter
I’ve acquired strong self from the challenge of the Soldier school starts at 10.a.m.;
was a complete surprise. competition was pretty hard, but of the quarter competition that Catholic CCD at 11:15 a.m.
“This is the first time I confidence and discipline and she was never left alone.
learned how to overcome hard work definitely pays off. The chapel is collecting
competed for the NCO of the “My noncommissioned officer “ I want to tell the other cardboard, robes, children’s
quarter,” said Livingston “I did adversities.” at the clinic helped me so much
According to Livingston her Soldiers that even if they do not plastic swimming pools and
good, better than I thought I in the preparation for the win, participating in the cardboard rolls from paper
would have, and this really main reason in participating in competition,” she said. “One of competition is still a great towels and toilet paper.
boosted my confidence.” this competition was to represent the hardest duties was to put learning experience,” Arnold Contact the Catholic
Her supervisor, Marisa her unit proudly. together my uniform and awards. said. In her spare time Arnold education coordinator to find
Gaona, always had faith in “I really strived for the best, A critical extra eye from my likes to spend times with friends, out when the next
Livingston’s ability to shine at the more for my unit than for me. I NCO really helped a lot.” travel and play the saxophone. confirmation will take place.
installation-wide event. want to be an example for the Her NCO, Sgt. 1 st Class She is pursuing a degree in Choir practice is at 9:30
“As an NCO she is thoughtful other Soldiers and a matter of Rennick Beneby, said that in mathematics. a.m on Sunday before Mass.
and cares about doing the right pride to my unit” she said. “To today’s Army it is more important “I already talked to the The congregation needs a
thing for the Soldiers,” said me, understanding, respect and than ever that Soldiers are chaplain because my next cantor. Talk to Chaplain
Gaona, AFN Livorno station loyalty are very important.” mentored in both a garrison and project is to play the saxophone Porter or Father Roberto to
manager. “She’s the type of Livingston is now be eligible combat environment. in church,” she said. “This is just serve.
Soldier that volunteers her time to compete for Camp Darby’s “Competition boards such as another way to support the
and is an integral part of her NCO of the year. the SOQ board involve sacrifice community I live and work in.”
September 10, 2009 THE Outlook 5
Out&About by Anna Terracino
Elton John on stage in Milan Sept. 29 Hall Theater, Viale Mazzini, 39;
charity concert for Cardiopathic
Italian Speedway Grand Prix:
in Terenzano (Udine), Sept. 26.
Children Association. Superbike World Champion-
ship 09: in Imola, Sept. 25-27.
Bird Fair, Sunday, 6 a.m. – 6
Red Bull Motocross of
p.m., in Cavazzale, Monticello
Conte Otto, four miles north of Nations: in Brescia, Oct. 3-4.
Vicenza. Truffle-dog and
Tickets are available in
sheepdog, falconry, archers and
Vicenza at Media World,
Soft Air exhibitions. Historical
Palladio Shopping Center or
Celtic reenactments and food.
online at http://www.green
Free sample dance classes, in ticket.it/index.html
Thiene, Silicon Kate Association, ?imposta_lingua=ing or http://
Via Zanella 28/40: www.ticketone.it/EN/.
Tuesday: 8 p.m. Belly Dance
Wednesday: 7 p.m. & 8 p.m.
Pay concerts Horseback Riding
& events Weekend, Sept 25-27. Escape for
the weekend in the countryside.
Notre Dame de Paris in
Verona, tonight. Thanksgiving Weekend –
Micah P. Hinson in Milan, Make your travel plans now with
Sept. 19. ODR!
Malcolm Middleton in Milan, Paintball at Camp Darby,
Photo courtesy of Fiera del Soco Press Office Sept. 23.
The way it used to be : Reenactors, vendors, and entertainers bring the Fiera Elton John and Ray Cooper in
Thursday, Nov. 26, 6 a.m. – 7 p.m.
del Soco festival to life Sept. 11-16 in Grisignano. See below for details. Milan, Sept. 29.
Saxon: in Trezzo, Milan, Rome Express. See Rome in
Orchestra 9 a.m.-6 p.m., in Padova, Via N. October 13; in Bologna, Oct. 14. a day; trip departs early morning
Festivals Sunday: 8:30 p.m. music and Tommaseo 59, about 24 miles The Drones: in Milan, October of Fri., Nov. 27.
& events dancing with Graziano southeast of Vicenza. Tickets: 7 14; in Rome, Oct. 15; in Torino, Thanksgiving Ski &
Fiera del *Soco -Tree trunk Maraschin Orchestra. euro; reduced 4 euro (children October 16. Snowboard Weekend, Austria:
Fair, Friday to Wednesday, in under 17). For details in English, Florence and The Machine in Nov. 27-29
Gnocco Festival, Saturday and
visit http://www.expobici.it/ Milan, Oct. 16.
Grisignano, about 14 miles Sunday, Selva di Trissino, about
Espositori/espositori-ing.html. The Thermals in Milan, Oct. Ski/Snowboard Val Senales
southeast of Vicenza. It’s a large 18 miles west of Vicenza. (day trip) Sat., Nov 28, 6 a.m.- 9
annual market with hundreds of Saturday: 6 p.m. Food Art Verona:, Sept. 17, 4-8p.m.; p.m.
Brett Dennen in Milan, Oct. 23.
booths, exhibitions, and carnival booths featuring a variety of Sept. 18-20, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sept. For tickets, visit Media World Milan and Da Vinci’s Last
rides. gnocchi dishes and other typical 21, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Tickets: 16 or www.greenticket .it/index.html Supper, Sat., Nov 28, 7 a.m.- 9 p.m.
Friday: 9 p.m. live music and dishes and local wines; and euro; 20 euro on Sunday; reduced ?imposta_lingua=ing or www.
dancing with Marco e I Niagara bounce houses for children and 5 euro (children 6-12 and adults Innsbruck, Austria
ticketone.it /EN/ for tickets.
Orchestra. adults. over 65). For details in English, Christmas Market on Sun., Nov
Saturday: 7:30 p.m. sport Sunday: 9:30 a.m. local visit http://www.artverona.it/ 29. 6 a.m. – 10 p.m.
products exhibition and market; articles/view/wherehowwhen .
dance show performed by the
dance school ASD Millennium noon – 3 p.m. food booths. Events Paris and Disneyland, Nov.
26-29. 379 euro per person, double
Dance Studio; 9 p.m. live music Grape Festival: Friday to World Boxing Championship:
FREE concerts occupancy. For info and
and dancing with Checco & B. Sunday, in Sarcedo, Via Roma, in Milan, Friday and Saturday. reservations, call CWT Sato
Band Orchestra. about 13 miles south of Vicenza. exhibits, classes Baseball World Cup: Tuesday Travel at 634-8351
Sunday: 7:30 p.m. Caribbean Food booths and sale of local Carnival Rides and free and Sept. 19, 8 p.m., Vicenza,
dance, Latin-American and D.O.C. wines. concerts: in Vicenza, Campo Stadio Comunale, Via Bellini, 59. The new Fall/Winter 2009-2010
Argentine dance shows; 9 p.m. Friday: 9 p.m. disco night Marzio. Tickets: 25 euro – 17 euro. You Calendar is available online now.
live music and dancing with Mery with DJ Miami. Today: 9 p.m. Bobo’s Ranch can buy your ticket on line on Download your copy today at
ed Elisa. Saturday: 9 p.m. ballroom Saturday: 9 p.m. Happy notes http://www.listicket.it www.vicenzamwr.com.
Monday: 9 p.m. live music dancing and live with Jolanda Sunday:6p.m. Tetrachor-
and dancing with Katty and Piva Moro Orchestra. 8:30 p.m.
Orchestra. outdoor dinner featuring local
specialties. Cost € 25. For Medieval music and dances:
Tuesday: 7:30 p.m. country
reservation, send an e-mail to Today, 9 p.m., in Vicenza, A.
music night with Urban Country
email@example.com . Pedrollo Conservatory, Contrà
Band; 9 p.m. Pietro Galassi
San Domenico, 33. Ederle Theater
Orchestra show. Sunday: 8 p.m. Sarcedo E.
Today Public Enemies (R) 6 p.m.
Wednesday: 7:30 Latin- Bassani Band in concert. 9 p.m. Dante, Dances and Sounds – Friday Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (PG) 6 p.m.
American, ballroom and baby 60s & 70s music with Gruppo Concert of the Conservatory’s
Ottava Nota. 11 p.m. raffle. Bruno (R) 9 p.m.
dance shows performed by the electronic music students:
Team Diablo dance school; 9 p.m. Saturday Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (PG) 3 p.m.
Campionaria – Multi-sector Saturday, 9 p.m., in Vicenza, A.
closing show with Magri e Lisoni Pedrollo Conservatory, Contrà All About Steve (PG-13) 6 p.m.
exhibition: Friday to Saturday. 4-
Orchestra. San Domenico, 33. Sunday Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (PG) 3 p.m.
9 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m.-10 p.m.;
* Soco means tree trunk – The All About Steve (PG-13) 6 p.m.
Sunday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; in The Soul’s Circle – Music and
fair’s name derives from a 1250 Wed. Bruno (R) 6 p.m.
Pordenone, Viale Treviso 1, about classical dance from India:
apparition of the blessed Virgin Sept. 17 Bruno (R) 6 p.m.
92 miles northeast of Vicenza. Saturday, 9 p.m., in Vicenza, A.
Mary on a tree trunk.
House furnishing, lighting and Pedrollo Conservatory, Contrà Camp Darby Theater
St. Christopher Festival, interior decoration, handicrafts, San Domenico, 33. Mu Friday My Sister’s Keeper (PG-13) 6 p.m.
Friday to Sunday, Vicenza, sport and fitness shows and The Dad Horse Experience: in Sunday Harry Potter (PG-13) 6 p.m.
Bertesina. 7 p.m. food booth. exhibitions. Ticket: 8 euro; free for Vicenza, Sunday, 9 p.m., Sabotage Sunday G Force (PG) 1 p.m.
Friday: 8:30 p.m. live country children under 13. Bar, Viale dell’Industria, 12. Sept. 17 Public Enemies (R) 6 p.m.
music with Luca&Nicke DJs
Saturday: 8:30 p.m. music and Expobici: Bike to the future: Sinergia’s Concert:
Admission: Age 12 and over $4, under age 12, $2.
dancing with I Nuovi Delfini Sept. 19-20, 9 a.m-7p.m.; Sept. 21, Saturday, 9 p.m., in Vicenza, City The Ederle Theatre box office opens one hour prior to show.
Looking to buy or sell items? Check out MWR’s Looking for the movie synopsis? Visit www.aafes.com, scroll to
the bottom of the page and click on Movie Schedule.
Marketplace at www.mwrmarketplace.com.
6 THE Outlook September 10, 2009
Looking for a J-O-B? The following classes provide Spc. Knudson, Mary session. The cost is $15 per week.
Zuma, Jazzercise, Yoga, Pilates, special focus on families with McGinley, Heather League bowls two games a week.
Tae-Bo... Sports, Fitness & deploying parent Spc. Rodriguez, Armando At completion of the league, each activities
Aquatics is looking for dynamic, Planning & Budgeting for your Senior Airman Stanley, Brittany child receives their own custom
energetic people to join the group Future: Tuesday at 9 a.m. drilled bowling ball. Call 634-8257. Chaplain Crisis Line
Sgt. Tagaloa, Lucky
fitness instructors’ team. Anger Management: Sept. 17 To speak with a chaplain
SOTA seeks members, after hours call 634-
Don’t have a certification to at 11:30 a.m. Parent-child session at MOMS club activities
teach fitness? No problem. SF&A 2:30 p.m. Monday: Book club 10:30 a.m.
holds car wash KARE (634-5273).
will pay for your certification Tuesday: Toddler play group The South of the Alps Warrant
CYSS parent news Officer Chapter is holding its next Sunday services
training from a nationally 10 a.m. 8 a.m.: Sacrament of
Advisory Group meeting set monthly meeting Sept. 17.
recognized agency at no cost to Wednesday: Preschool play Reconciliation, or by
Tuesday at noon at the Davis SOTA will hold a car wash Sept.
you. Open to new ideas and classes group 10 a.m.
Soldier and Family Readiness 26-27 from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. in the appointment
that USAG Vicenza has not offered Sept. 18: Walk the Track 10
Center. commissary parking lot. All 9 a.m.: Roman Catholic
in the past. Call 634-7009 today to a.m.; MNO 7 p.m.
Learn with AFTB proceeds go back to the Mass.
express your interest. Sept 21: Lunch play date 11:15
AFTB will hold Levels I, II and community. (Daily Mass is held
PTSA breakfast III Monday-Sept. 18 from 8:30 a.m.- Sept. 22,23,24: Membership For information, call 634-7826. weekdays at noon)
membership meeting 2:30 p.m. Learn how the Army 9 a.m.: Protestant
drive 10:30-12:30 at the PX Mixed bowling league
The Vicenza Schools PTSA will works, how to take care of yourself Sunday school and
Sept. 25: Walk the Track 10 slated Wednesdays
hold its first general membership and how to be an effective AWANAs (September
a.m. Wednesday nights at 5:30 p.m.
(breakfast) meeting on Wednesday community leader. Childcare is free Sept. 26: Family Night Out
through May in
at 8:30 a.m. in the Elementary School starting Sept. 16. Vicenza High School)
during class hours. Call 634-7500. 6:30 p.m.
gym. Short season mixed league, 10:45 a.m.: Catholic
Sept. 28: Monthly meeting 10 starts Sept. 16 for 13 weeks. Teams
The meeting will highlight Candlelight ceremony a.m. at the Chapel religious education (Sept.-
volunteer opportunities (spring of four people. Prize fund league May in Vicenza High
USAG Vicenza will celebrate Sept. 30: Park play date 4 p.m.
carnival, book fair, yearbook and and with cost TBD. Only 16 teams, School)
Suicide Awareness Month with a For more information on any of
more), give an opportunity to voice get your spot reserved. 11a.m.: Protestant
candlelight ceremony at the post these events, e-mail momsclub
suggestions and buy agendas theater Sept. 22 at 4 p.m. The U.S. firstname.lastname@example.org. Vicenza spouses on worship
elementary school t-shirts. military community in Vicenza is Facebook 1:30 p.m.: Full Gospel
invited to attend. Community USO volunteers needed There is a new Facebook group Pentecostal worship
Inspiration Exchange 4 p.m.: Lutheran
members are encouraged to be a part Volunteers are needed at the for military spouses located in
An afternoon dedicated to
of the ceremony by submitting a USO. If you are interested in serving Vicenza. worship
crafters to share crafts and ideas
reading, story, poem etc. Soldiers and the military The goal of “Vicenza Military 6 p.m.: Contemporary
Sept. 30 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the
Participants may perform their community, stop by and see us or Spouses” is to share thoughts on Christian service
own reading or submit one to be give us a call at 634-7156. military life and living in Vicenza,
Beginner quilting read by a member of the Suicide Need help with the language Mondays
exchange ideas, tips and get to
Learn how to make your own Prevention Committee. Submit barrier? Sign up for our Level 1 Noon: LDS scripture
know other spouses assigned to
quilt in one day Sept. 26 from 8 a.m.- requests and items to Italian Class. Class dates are Oct. study
6 p.m. Call 634-7074. Cheryl.email@example.com or call 19-Dec. 16. Class meets on Monday It is also a great place to offer Tuesdays
634-6122. and Wednesday nights from 6-8 support to one another during 9:15 a.m.: Protestant
U.S. citizenship p.m. The cost is $125.
Community invited to deployments. Visit today. Women of the Chapel
Becoming a U.S. Citizen class
USO is also offering a Level 2
held Sept. 18 at 9:30 a.m. Call 634- 9/11 ceremony Italian Class. (Level 1 Italian is a Harely Davidson PX Wednesdays
7500. Caserma Ederle will host a giveaway
prerequisite.) Level 2 class dates 3 p.m.: Praise Dance
ceremony honoring the victims Authorized exchange shoppers
MyCAA are Sept. 22-Jan. 19 from 5:45-7:45 practice
killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks at Vicenza and Livorno can enter to
An MyCAA informational p.m.. Cost is $125. 3:30 p.m.: Middle School
beginning at 2:45 p.m. Friday on win the Harley Davidson Sportster
meeting will be held Wednesday at The USO is located in Bldg. 9A. Club Beyond meets in
Hoekstra Field. 883 Low, valued at $10,000, by
11 a.m. DoD program assists military Hours are Monday-Friday, 11 a.m- VHS cafeteria September-
Attendees are asked to arrive by 10 p.m.; Saturday noon-6 p.m.; and simply filling out an entry form at
spouses in completing educational May
2:30 p.m. Everyone in our Sunday 12:30-6:30 p.m. Call 634- the PX and Shoppette through
goals for future employment. 5 p.m.: Contemporary
community is encouraged to Sept. 17.
Those who qualify are 7156 for information. Praise band practice
attend. No purchase is necessary to
authorized $6,000. Call 634-7500. 5:30 p.m.: PWOC
Interested in a Pet Villa? enter AAFES’ Dr. Pepper Harley evening Bible study
Vote for your favorite
Now hiring Let us know via survey Davidson sweepstakes. Complete (beginning Sept. 8. Child
The Vicenza Army Wellness
Rising Star singer Should USAG Vicenza create its details and entry forms are available
Your vote counts in the selection care offered for children
Center is hiring a fulltime program own Pet Villa (i.e. A pet hotel)? Visit at the Vicenza and Livorno PX’s and ages 6 weeks to 4 years)
of USAG Vicenza local winner in the
tech. Call 634-8186 or 39-0444-71- www.vicenzaMWR.com to fill out Shoppettes. 5:30 p.m.: High School
Operation Rising Star 2009
8186 for information. All resumes survey. Officials will randomly select a Club Beyond meets at the
eliminations Setp. 18. In fact, all
should be turned in before Sept. 21. winner of the Sportster 883 Low on Teen Center September-
your votes count. Bowlopolis adult-child or about Nov. 2.
Pre-deployment ideas: Similar to American Idol, you can bowling league May. Call 340-139-4073.
ACS offers free classes that help support your favorite singer and League begins Sept. 18 at 5:30 Hip-hop night every 5:30 p.m.: Catholic choir
you and your family deal with the have fun doing it at the Arena. Be p.m. Sign your one adult-one child Friday at Lion’s Den practice
stresses of deployment. Call 634- there and you have a vote. When team up for a 10-week league In the Lion’s Den every Friday 6:45 p.m.: Gospel choir
7500 for more info and to register. you purchase an appetizer, you get night beginning at 8 p.m. practice
Communication Miracles for another ballot. Audience votes will
Couples: Friday at 11:30 a.m. make up 50 percent of the
9:30 a.m.: Catholic
AFTB Level I, II, and III determining score.
Women of the Chapel
Training: Monday- Sept. 18, 8:30 Contest starts at 6 p.m. The FRG
showing the best support can win
5:30 p.m.: Gospel
a.m.–2:30 p.m. AFTB focuses on service choir rehearsal
helping families survive and thrive $300.
Join the fun and support these 7:15 p.m.: Gospel
in the Army.
participants: service Bible study
Adult Introduction to Stress
Management: Monday at noon. Frazier, Lauren Faith group contacts
Basic Principles of Parenting: Spc. Hamer, David Islamic: Spc. Kasimov,
Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. Pfc. Johnson, Samuel 329-034-3511
Community Calendar Highlights Schoenberg at 634-6202 or
National Hispanic Heritage Month army.mil.
National Preparedness Month (Lion Shake) Latter Day Saints:
National Suicide Prevention Week (Sept. 6-12) Photo by Laura Kreider Scripture study is held each
GIVING BACK: Krista Cody (left) and Sgt. 1st Class Monday, noon-1 p.m. at the
Constitution Week (Sept. 17-23)
Congarry Faison, of HHC, 1-503rd, present school supplies to
chapel. Sunday services,
5-year-old Nicole Muenzel during a Sept. 2 visit. Area Eastern 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Friday - 9-11 Memorial Ceremony (see briefs) downtown. Call Sean
Star members raised money during a bake sale to purchase
Sept. 17- Constitution and Citizenship Days Peterson at 335-8219492.
and donate school supplies for preschoolers who started
Sept. 19- POW/MIA kindergarten this year. Call the Caserma Ederle
chapel at 634-7519 (0444-
71-7519) for religious
DON’T BE LATE: E-mail briefs to firstname.lastname@example.org noon Monday or by Friday at 4 p.m. if Monday is a holiday. activities.
September 10, 2009 THE Outlook 7
Certified holds firm to 3- Sports
year post winning streak
Story and photo by
A garrison tennis tournament will
be held Sept. 18-19. For beginners,
intermediate, and advanced.
LAURA KREIDER Call 634-7009 for information.
Open-play volleyball for
Five teams are participating in this ages over 15
year’s post recreational basketball The community (over age 15) is
league. invited to join in pick-up, open-play
The teams meet twice a week on volleyball games every Tuesday and
Thursday at the fitness cneter from
Mondays and Wednesdays at the
Vicenza Fitness Center for esprit-
Improve your skills, have fun and
building competition. build morale.
The Certified team played two games Call 634-7009 for information.
Sept. 2, one against 509th Signal Battalion
and later against SETAF. Pool closed for season
Certified won both games 53-36 and The Ederle Inn pool is now closed
65-46, respectively. for the season.
Villaggio pool will remain open
“We have been playing since July,”
until weather no longer permits safe
said Certified’s Patrick Casseus. “We operation.
don’t have too many players, but our
strategy is good; we are good at Attend indoor soccer,
defending and shooting.” basketball tournaments
Certified, which won last year’s post Come out and show your support
basketball championship, has been at the indoor soccer and basketball
undefeated for three years, said tournaments. Friday at 7 p.m. and
Casseus. And while he and his team Saturday at 10 a.m. Call 634-7009
the day before to confirm game time.
members enjoy the rivalry and challenge,
they also enjoy other benefits. Red Cross lifeguard course
“Basketball is a sport that can help starts Tuesday
relax your mind, especially after a day at American Red Cross lifeguard
work,” he said. certification class set Tuesday to
Certified’s Geonte Haynes, No. 7, was Sept. 19 from 4-10 p.m. and
the evening’s top scorer, netting 24 of 53 Saturday from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. at
points during the first game. the Villaggio pool.
Cost is $140 for ages 16 and up.
Sign up at the fitness center.
Eric Anderson, No. 7, of the 509th Signal Classes also scheduled for Oct. 3-
Battalion (left) releases a jump shot during 15, Monday-Thursday from 4-10
a Sept. 2 game against Certified at the post p.m. and Saturday-Sunday from 10
fitness center. Certified dominated Signal a.m. to 2 p.m.
53-36 and remains undefeated. Post
recreational teams play at the fitness Baseball in Vicenza
center on Mondays and Wednesdays. and surrouding area
There are opportunities to watch
baseball in Vicenza and other nearby
cities. The following events are
scheduled at the Pomari Stadium
The World Baseball Cup -
Tuesday at 8 p.m. and Sept. 19 at
Sgt. Nelson Nunez, a physical therapist
technician at the Vicenza Health Center, Italian National Series B
supports the Vicenza Health Boys Championship - Wednesday, 4 p.m.
volleyball team while coaching at the post
gym. Nunez is one of three volunteers who Would you like to coach?
assists the boys’ volleyball head coach CYS needs YOU
Susan Vanderbeek. CYS Sports is always trying to
“The (players) are training hard every come up with other sports to offer.
time,” said Vanderbeek. “And our coaches If you have an idea and are willing
are wonderful, really dedicated and to coach this sport, call 634-6151
positive.” or 0444-71-6151.
Photo by Laura Kreider CYS Sports is also looking for
tennis, basketball, swim team and
High school fall sports home games, events listing
bowling coaches for next fall. Perks
for becoming a coach include
discounts, photos, certification
Saturday Football: Jamboree Zurich Renegades Oct. 9: HC games Football-night game Aviano class, T-shirt and supplies.
Munich Cowboys Oct. 9/10 Volleyball, B&G MMI
Aviano Oct. 10 Cross Country MMI
Sept. 19 Football Baumholder Oct. 23-24 Volleyball, B&G ISF Sport bike rider course
Sept. 25-26 Volleyball, B&G Milan Oct. 24 Cross Country ISF IMCOM-Europe Safety’s new
Sept. 26 Volleyball, B&G Milan Tennis ISF military sport bike rider course
Cross Country Milan TIMES: Football 1 p.m. at the post field; Volleyball 9 a.m. on started offering classes Sept. 1 at
Tennis Milan Saturday, post and M/HS gym; Cross Country at 11 a.m. (walk
garrisons that can support this
Football Bamberg about) and 12:30 p.m. start at Lake Fimone; Tennis 10 a.m.
Saturday at post tennis courts. training. The online registration and
telephone information, as well as
BASKETBALL Soldier League Standings FLAG FOOTBALL Soldier League information about the course is
Team Win Loss Game Scores http://www.imcom-europe.army.mil/
Team Win Loss Game Scores
E Co. 1/503 4 0 Sept. 1
Certified 9 0 Aug. 31
HSC SETAF 4 1 14th Trans.: 0 vs. 509th: 0
s i t e s / m a n a g e m e n t /
HSC SETAF 4 5 509th Signal: 34 vs. SETAF: 39 so_atstp.asp#MSF
14th Trans. 2 4 SETAF: 34 vs. 509th: 6
HHD 509 Signal 2 6 509th Signal: 49 vs. Certified: 85
509th Signal 1 2 Sept. 3 The class schedule for Vicenza
Eazy Rock 1 3 Sept. 2
Ghedi 0 0 Certified: 53 vs. 509th Signal: 36
Attack Co. 0 3 14th Trans.: 12 vs. SETAF: 13 will be announced.
Ghedi 0 0 SETAF: 0 vs. 509th: 0
Certified: 65 vs. SETAF: 46
8 THE Outlook September 10, 2009