July 10, 2009 richardsON cOmpass Alaska Post 19
Photo by Jim Hart/Fort Richardson PAO
Capt. Juan Guerrero, A Company, Warrior Transition Battalion, washes his custom-painted motorcycle at Fort Richardson’s Auto Skills Center car wash July 1. Hot, sunny
weather has given motorcyclists plenty of riding days this summer in Southcentral Alaska.
Ongoing cy approach to delivering services
to survivors by providing services
at the garrisons and communities
a resume, practice interview skills,
understand networking and negoti-
ate salary and benefits.
Leutele, 2nd Battalion, 377th Para-
chute Field Artillery Regiment.
Career fair workshops closest to where families live. SOS To register or for more informa- A son, Liam Khalid, was born
Army Career Alumni Program will allow the Army to better identify tion, call ACAP at 384-3501. to Silvia and Sgt. Luis Gustavo
will present techniques to prepare the needs of others touched by the Cuadra, HHD, 59th Signal Bat-
for career fairs from 1 to 3 p.m. loss of a Soldier.
To speak with someone at SOS or
July 16, 23 and 30 at Building
600 in Room A-37 located in the for information call 384-0272. VA benefits brief A daughter, Marissa Elaine,
A Veterans Affairs representative was born to Rebecca and Spc. Bart
will offer an overview of VA benefits Reyna, 3rd Battalion, 509th Para-
Subjects will include dressing Thrift Shop at Army Career Alumni Program,
for success, what items to bring, The Fort Richardson Thrift Shop chute Infantry Regiment.
Building 600 from 12:30 to 4:30
communication skills, how to net- is located in Building 724, room 8 p.m.
work and how to make a good first adjacent to the post office. To register or for more informa- July 2
impression. The shop is open Tuesdays, A daughter, Sarah Rose, was
tion, call ACAP at 384-3501.
To register or for more informa- Wednesdays and Thursdays from 11 born to Suzanne and Master Sgt.
tion, call ACAP at 384-3501. a.m. to 2 p.m. with evening hours of- William Phelps, 2nd Battalion,
Support for survivors
fered Tuesdays and Thursday from
4 to 7 p.m.
Upcoming 377th Parachute Field Artillery
Army Community Service’s First and third Saturdays 11 a.m.
to 2 p.m. consignments and dona- July 24
Survivor Outreach Services demon-
strates the Army’s commitment to tions are accepted up to one hour Golf tourney July 3
before closing. Customers can also A daughter, Hayden Taylor, was
families of the fallen. The mission Teams may now register for the born to Christina and Pfc. Steven
of SOS is to provide enhanced ser- use the donation bin at the back of Association of the United States
the building. Vanleen, HHC, 17th Combat Sus-
vices to these families. Army Last Frontier Chapter Four- tainment Support Battalion.
SOS is a holistic and multi-agen- Volunteers are always appreci- person golf tournament at Moose
ated. Run Golf Course with a shotgun
For more information, call 384- A son, Gabriel Martin, was born
start at 7 a.m. to Alicia and Spc. Nickolas Kazar-
5865. Military pay $35 each plus green
Post fees. Civilian pay $50 each plus
ian, 3rd Battalion, 509th Parachute
This Week green fees.
Participants will receive two
Building 2 on golf carts per team and a barbecue July 4
Richardson Drive. saTurday meal. A son, Lukas Maximilian, was
born to Annette and Sgt. 1st Class
428-1200 Closest to the pin, longest drive,
VFW open house hole in one and raffle prizes will all David Lampman, HHD, U.S. Army
The men and women of Veterans Alaska.
be offered as will first through third
Today, of Foreign Wars Post 1685, Alaska’s place trophies.
oldest post, extend an invitation to
7 p.m. join them in celebrating their 80th
Registration is offered on a first
Terminator anniversary with an open house For more information, call 696-
Salvation from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., located in 7818 or email email@example.com.
Anchorage at 1200 West 33rd Av- Main Post Chapel
The post will provide free food
with local bands playing throughout Births Sunday services
9:00 a.m. — Roman Catholic Mass
the day. 10 a.m. — Anglican Eucharist
7 p.m. Kid’s activities include a bounce June 30 (North Wing)
house. Local businesses will also 11 a.m. — Protestant Worship
Terminator sponsor door prizes.
A daughter, Kyra Ann Audrey,
was born to Lacey and Staff Sgt.
Salvation Gregory McIver, 1st Battalion, 501st Religious education will resume in
(PG-13) monday To wednesday Parachute Infantry Regiment. September.
Womens’ Groups of the Chapel
Transition workshop A son, Patrick Miguel, was born Protestant Women of the Chapel
Sunday, A Transition Assistance Program
to Nancy and Sgt. 1st Class Miguel (meets from 9:30 to 11 a.m. every
workshop will be presented by the
6 p.m. Alaska State Department of Labor
Arroyo, A Company, 307th Inte- Tuesday.)
grated Theater Signal Battalion. Military Council of Catholic Women
Drag Me to veterans employment representative (Not meeting over the summer)
Hell at Army Career Alumni Program,
Building 600 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 July 1 For more information, visit the Post Chapel
(PG-13) p.m. A daughter, Audrena Pope Leigh, (Bldg. 3), or call 384-1461.
Learn how to job search, develop was born to Kristi and Spc. Jason