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APRIL 2, 2009 • VOL. 51, NO. 13 NCO awarded Silver Star at BAMC By Maria Gallegos take action on Brooke Army Medical Center Public Affairs the battlefield. During com- Spc. Aaron Davis, D Company, bat, Davis was 2nd Battalion, 503rd Infantry, hit with shrap- 173rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team, nel to his right received the Silver Star and Purple leg from a Heart March 27 at Brooke Army rocket-pro- Medical Center for his valor while pelled grenade. Even though he was serving as an infantryman during injured, he remained on the battlefield his deployment in Afghanistan. to assist three injured Soldiers to a Photo by Maria Gallegos While Davis and his team were medivac helicopter. Spc. Aaron Davis, Silver Star and Purple Heart recipient and his mother, Davlyn Davis, proudly patrolling in northeast Afghanistan, “I wanted to help those who had hold the award as Brig. Gen. James Gilman, commander, Great Plains Regional Medical July 13, 2008, Taliban fighters attacked Command and Brooke Army Medical Center, pins Davis at his ceremony, March 27 in the the surrounding area, causing Davis to See SILVER STAR P7 Brooke Army Medical Center Auditorium. Fort Sam Houston revives historic structures for BRAC arrivals By Brian Dwyer Construction of the post nel, federal employees, and Installation Management facilities built through other Fort Sam Houston Joint Program began in 1876, and Fort Sam new missions required by the Command, including its head- BRAC projects are expected to Management Office Houston has more historic 2005 BRAC law. quarters IMCOM-West, Family bring an additional 9,000 indi- structures than any active mili- The restoration of historic and Morale, Welfare and viduals to Fort Sam Houston. Some of the oldest struc- tary installation in the United structures on Fort Sam Recreation Command, and tures in the U.S. Army’s inven- States. Houston will provide adminis- Army Environmental Com- Attention to Detail tory are gaining new life and Today, several of these 800 trative space primarily for mand; Mission and Installation These renovation projects uses under the Base Realign- buildings are part of a massive about 3,000 military personnel Contracting Command; and include about two dozen struc- ment and Closure construction transformation of the post to and civilian employees who Network Enterprise Technolo- tures, many of which are more and renovation program on accommodate the arrival of support a variety of realigned gy Command, including the Fort Sam Houston. thousands of military person- agencies and commands: 106th Signal Brigade. New See BRAC P6 VISIT NEWS LEADER ONLINE: WWW.SAMHOUSTON.ARMY.MIL/PUBLICAFFAIRS PAGE 2 NEWS LEADER APRIL 2, 2009 APRIL 2, 2009 NEWS LEADER PAGE 3 Editorial Staff Want results? Here’s how you have made our Community better recently The Fort Sam Houston they are submitted into Resources, maintained The third tool is the News Briefs Child Abuse Prevention Five wounded warriors receive Purple Army Medical Department Center and School and Fort Sam Houston Commander Maj. Gen. Russell Czerw Garrison Command has been listening to people’s comments through the August 2008 80 comments submitted 66 requested responses ICE and can respond directly to the individual, if requested. It is highly an 89 percent customer satisfaction rating based on 278 comments and Annual Customer Assessment for both cor- porate and constituent Month opening ceremony A recognition ceremony will be held April 3 from 10 to 11 a.m. at Hearts at Brooke Army Medical Center Garrison Commander newly established 62 percent satisfied recommended that the 263 responses. groups. The data collect- Army Community Service Building By Jen Rodriguez mony, was injured Aug. 19, 2008, while injuries. Col. Mary Garr Customer Management individual provide their The second tool is the ed from the first assess- 2797. The Proclamation in support Brooke Army Medical Center Public Affairs assigned to the 370th Engineer Company, A Corpus Christi native, Samudio was Public Affairs Officer Services Program. November 2008 contact data to allow for Community FIRST focus ment in October 08 has of Child Abuse Prevention will be 54th Engineer Battalion, 20th Brigade in assigned to D Co., 299th Forward Support Phillip Reidinger F The three-tiered sys- 190 comments submitted a quicker response. The group program has enabled us a chance to read, the announcement of the ive wounded warriors Iraq. Diaz’ sleeping quarters was struck by Bn., 2nd Bde., 1st Infantry Div., when he Editor/Writer Vacant tem, or three tools for 150 requested responses Garrison Customer allowed for 29 issues to improve on those areas winners from the Cole Middle symbolizing the multiple flash-type mortars, which result- was injured Dec. 1, 2008 in Iraq. While on Staff Writer enhancing customer 81 percent satisfied Service Office is tracking date. The issues along that our customers had School Art Contest reflecting the “Warrior Ethos” of ed in his combat injuries. an escort mission, the transportation spe- Lori Newman services are; the all service providers to with their resolutions are provided through this theme Army Strong: Keeping placing the mission first, Miller, a combat engineer with B cialist’s vehicle was struck by two anti- Layout Artist Interactive Customer February 2009 ensure that customers available for people to assessment. The results Families and Children Safe, and never accepting defeat, Company, 9th Eng. Bn., was injured Feb. tank hand grenades resulting in his com- Joe Funtanilla Evaluation program, the 259 comments submitted receive a response in view on the Customer of this assessment are there will be a special perform- never quitting, and never 17 in Iraq. While conducting a route clear- bat injuries. News Leader office: Community FIRST Focus 221 requested responses three to five business Management Services available for viewing at ance of the FSH Elementary School leaving a fallen comrade, ance, his team was hit by an improvised According to Brig. Gen. James Gilman, 1212 Stanley Road Group program, and an 83 percent satisfied days. Web sites at https://fsh- the local customer servic- Children’s Choir. Refreshments will were awarded Purple Hearts explosive device resulting in his combat commander, BAMC and Great Plains Building 124, Suite 4 Annual Customer Congratulations to fol- intranet.amedd.army.mil/ es office. be served. March 26 at Brooke Army injuries. Regional Medical Command, though the Fort Sam Houston, Texas 78234-5004, 210-221-0546, Assessment for both cor- lowing service providers cms/index.asp or http:// For more information Medical Center. Hatley, also a combat engineer, serving numbers of Soldiers receiving Purple DSN 471-0546 porate and constituent customer satisfaction for exceptional customer www.samhouston.army. about ICE, Community GoArmyEd effective Sgt. Andrew Diaz, Spc. Justin Miller, with B Co., 9th Eng. Bn., was injured Feb. Hearts has been reduced, “We need to be Fax: 210-221-1198 groups. These tools have level by 20 percent. satisfaction for the last mil/cms. FIRST, Customer Assess- April 4 Pfc. Nicholas Hatley, Pfc. Jared LaDuke 17 in Iraq. 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Due to the migra- hands of the enemy. was injured Jan. 18 in Iraq. While on a honor of the Purple Heart recipients’ brav- News Leader e-mail: increased customer com- ular service provider on 99 percent customer sat- more information on tion of mEDMIS it will become nec- Diaz, a combat medic who received a mission, an explosively formed projectile ery, courage and selfless service. firstname.lastname@example.org ments by three times the post. Service providers isfaction rating based on these focus groups, call (Source: U.S. Army essary for all Soldiers to have an second Purple Heart at the March 26 cere- struck his vehicle resulting in his combat News Leader online: www.samhouston.army.mil/ amount in just eight receive those comments 232 comments and 210 Russell Matthias, Fort Garrison-Fort Sam active GoArmyEd account already publicaffairs months and improved the almost immediately after responses. 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The appearance of advertising Thought of the Week manders are requested to notify Iraq war in the hands in this publication, including inserts or sup- plements, does not constitute endorsement A bad decision is when you know what to do and 80° 82° 80° 78° 84° 87° Judy Barta on who their point of of the enemy. by the U.S. Army. Stories and photos for you don’t do it. – Duncan Goodhew Overcast Scattered Showers Partly Cloudy Chance of Rain Scattered Showers Chance of Rain contact will be, with POC phone or publication consideration may be e-mailed to email@example.com by close of (Source: Bits & Pieces, February 2009) Photo by business Friday. (Source: Weather Underground at www.wunderground.com) See BRIEFS P7 Maria Gallegos PAGE 4 NEWS LEADER APRIL 2, 2009 APRIL 2, 2009 NEWS LEADER PAGE 5 Cole High School Junior ROTC students visit operating room Photos by Esther Garcia Celebrities visit WFSC the military. He was in the Navy before he joined the Dallas Cowboys. T-shirts, and posters. Another celebrity in the midst of all the Cowboy wounded warrior on ABCs All My Children. Martinez signed autographs and More than 100 women from Athens, Texas City and Junction City, Texas, The Warrior and quarterback, Roger Wounded warriors and fans was J.R. Martinez, took pictures with his crochet afghans and Family Support Center Staubach. Staubach, a their Families stood in line who was wounded in Iraq fans. donate them to nursing was buzzing with activities Hall of Fame and with Dallas Cowboys’ in April 2003 and spent 34 Another group in atten- home residents and shut- on March 27. The center Heisman Trophy Winner, memorabilia waiting for months at Brooke Army dance was the Love in patients. The Midway was filled with anticipa- played for the Cowboys autographs. Items varied Medical Center recuperat- Stitchers, who gave away Baptist Church in Athens, tion of the arrival of the from 1969 to 1979. from miniature helmets, ing. Martinez is currently free afghans to the mili- Texas sponsors the group. former Dallas Cowboys Staubach served also in footballs, Staubach cards, playing the role of a tary and their Families. Staff Sgt. Jose Mendez instructs Junior ROTC students from Cole High School in the proper way to hand scrub as they prepare for a surgical John Martinez, 68D - Operating Room Specialist instructor, teaches the procedure. Lt. Col. Kathleen McArthur, chief, and Sgt. 1st Class Frankie students gowning and gloving techniques (aseptic technique) before the Lucas, noncommissioned officer in charge, Operating Room Branch, students approach the sterile surgical field. Department of Nursing Science, and staff hosted more than 100 JROTC Sgt. 1st Class Udorn Williamson receives Sgt. 1st Class Adam Mayo, Spc. Timmy Nolte students from Robert G. Cole High School March 25. Using simulated an afghan crochet with patriotic colors and Sgt. 1st Class Martin Monceballez, check bones, students use from a member of the Love Stitchers in J. R. Martinez signs an autograph for one his to see who has the best Dallas Cowboys memo- various orthopedic appreciation for her service to the Nation Former Dallas Cowboys quarteback Roger fans at the Warrior and Family Support Center. rabilia at the Warrior and Family Support After eating instruments to saw lunch at the at the Warrior and Family Support Center Staubach shakes hand with one of his fans at Martinez currently plays the role of a wounded Center while they wait for the arrival of former bones, put in screws, March 27. the Warrior and Family Support Center. warrior in ABCs All My Children. Dallas Cowboys quarterback, Roger Staubach. Sam Houston hardware, and to reem Club, students and drill on a bone. were given a Students had the combative opportunity to see demonstration what happens in the at the Central Melanie Draper practices using the Bovie, an electrical surgical unit, which cuts and operating room, Post Gym by performing duties of members of the cauterizes tissue. Students were shown the sterile back table set up, mayo stand, the surgeon, operating Operating room nurse, surgical Room Branch. ring stand and the sterile field (patient prep) all items located in an operating technician or nurse room. anesthetist. Sgt. 1st Class Frankie Lucas presents coins to the recruiters representing the Army Medical Department, Incarnate Word, the Ophthalmology Department and the Licensed Vocational Nurse School with the operating room branch coin in appreciation, for their participation with the tour. Operating Room Branch staff includes Sgt 1st Class Latonya Miller; Staff Sgts. Zulaika Sgt. 1st Class Latonya Miller, Operating Room Specialist instructor, operating room technolo- DeLeon, Richard Jones, Jose Mendez, Roger Nation, Chris Smith, instructors John Martinez and gists, teaches gowning techniques before approaching the sterile surgical field to learn how the Mamie Underwood and Julie Vasquez who coordinated the events for the students sterile field is set up for surgeries PAGE 6 NEWS LEADER APRIL 2, 2009 APRIL 2, 2009 NEWS LEADER PAGE 7 BRAC from P1 BRAC construction and Building 2270 Buildings 2001 and through 2266 are three- SILVER STAR from P1 oration that can be News Briefs renovation program. opened as a 2007 were built in 1917 story structures that “Although it’s hard to think about awarded to a member of than 75 years old and “Extra care and diligence movie theater adjacent to the Building were constructed as an more severe injuries than any branch of the United BRIEFS from P3 expired card is renewed. For more several that are more are also necessary in car- in 1935. The 2000 hospital. Building infantry regimental I did,” said Davis. what happened in the battlefield, States Armed Forces. It is information, visit www.formi9.com. renovation of than a century old. As rying out the work this building is 2001 served as a hospital headquarters and an As he returned from I am glad I was there to help my also the third highest e-mail contact information. For federal historic renova- because of the delicate slated to be annex and 2007 func- infantry battalion bar- the helicopter, he was hit award given for valor, in more information, call 295-4922 or Civilians Community FIRST tion efforts, the projects state of some of these completed by tioned as a hospital racks between 1928 and again. This time, the comrades.” the face of the enemy. e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Focus Group are proceeding within buildings.” spring 2011. ward. They both share 1929. Building 2270 shrapnel was scattered Spc. Aaron Davis, D Company “Although it’s hard to The Fort Sam Houston the parameters of the All of the historic many of Building 2000’s opened as a movie the- throughout his body, think about what hap- Fort Sam Houston spring Department of the Army Civilians National Historic structures require exten- Photo by design features and ater in 1935. All of these arms and face. pened in the battlefield, I cleanup Community FIRST Focus Group will Lori Newman Preservation Act. sive rehabilitation to structural materials. renovation projects are “Blood was every- the Army, I have never heroes; I’m proud to be a am glad I was there to Fort Sam Houston tenant units be held April 15 from 8 to 11:30 A special Army become suitable for their are attached by common to be finished in late Both Buildings 2000 and slated for completion by where, I couldn’t see, I pinned a Silver Star to a mom of a Soldier. Every- help my comrades,” said and staff directorates will conduct a.m. in Building 122, Stanley Alternate Procedures new tenants. In most two-story walls and have 2010. Work on Building 2001 are scheduled to be the spring of 2011. was hurting everywhere. Soldier. This ceremony is one involved in this jour- Davis. spring cleanup April 13 to 17 in Road, Garrison Command agreement is also in cases, existing interior masonry exteriors and 615 concluded in the fall ready for occupancy this Building 1001 is I didn’t want to leave the a huge honor for me,” ney took extraordinary Davis remains as an order to enhance the appearance Conference Room. place that outlines more partitions, electrical wooden floors. of 2008. It has been con- year. Renovations to among a cluster of med- premises or leave my said Brig. Gen. James measures to ensure my outpatient with BAMC but of the installation and post train- specific management wiring, plumbing, climate Building 613 is a verted into a band facility Building 2007 were com- ically related buildings comrades, but this time I Gilman, commander, son and my Family was in hopes that when he ing areas and conduct environ- Construction of new practices to ensure that control systems, and three-story structure that with music rooms and pleted last fall. that were built in the had no choice,” added Great Plains Regional good hands,” added Mrs. makes a full recovery he mental maintenance of the instal- elevator the visual character of interior and exterior is located in the middle of assembly areas. Buildings 145, 146, Spanish Colonial Revival Davis. Medical Command and Davis. can return to be a squad lation to improve the quality of life Construction of new elevator in the buildings is main- lighting fixtures need to the Building 600 area and Building 2000 was 147 and 149 originally style. San Antonio archi- More than 70 Family Brooke Army Medical The Purple Heart is leader with the Warrior in and promote a clean work environ- the North courtyard of Willis Hall tained. Under this agree- be replaced. Stairways, sits above a sallyport. It built in 1908 to serve as functioned as barracks tect Atlee B. Ayers had members, comrades and Center. awarded to members of Transition Unit. ment. began March 30. Expect brief but ment, project teams con- ceilings, wooden floors, was constructed in 1887 the installation’s new when they were complet- organized a successful medical staff took time Davlyn Davis, mother the Armed Forces of the “I’d really like to stay high levels of noise caused by the sult regularly with the structural roof members, as a regimental head- hospital, replacing the ed in 1908. All of the local campaign prior to out of their schedules to of Davis, emphasized the United States who are on and help out with the SSN removal from I.D. removal of existing concrete and Advisory Council on interior and exterior quarters and has mason- hospital that had been buildings are two-story, World War II to incorpo- show their respect for his ceremony is not only wounded by an instru- other Soldiers who are cards masonry work through April 9. After Historic Preservation and doors and windows are ry exterior walls and constructed in 1886. The brick masonry buildings rate Spanish-influenced bravery, sacrifice, dedica- about her son but also for ment of war in the hands coming back; I know what Social Security Numbers will be this initial period, there will contin- the Texas Historical also being repaired, wooden floors. Building building is a three-story with basements. They architectural features tion and service to our the ones that perished of the enemy. it’s like. I’ve been through removed from all Department of ue to be lower levels of noise Commission. refinished, or replaced. 615 was built nearby in wood and masonry struc- also have exterior porch- into new buildings con- country. from the fight. The Silver Star is the it,” concluded Davis. Defense I.D. cards. Changes to I.D. throughout the construction period “Renovation projects 1891 as a consolidated ture with a basement es on the first and second structed on Fort Sam “With all my years in “They are the true third highest military dec- cards will occur when cardholder's expected to last until August. like these require The Past Re-visited dining hall, post exchange, and an attic. It has lime- floors that extend across Houston. extraordinary effort The Building 600 area and gymnasium. It stone exterior walls, the length of the build- Building 1001 was because intricate archi- represents the oldest includes two stories with a wooden and masonry ings, along with wooden completed in 1936 and tectural features must be group of buildings on basement and an attic, columns, wraparound floors and wooden interi- served as nurses’ quar- preserved to achieve an Fort Sam Houston. and is made of limestone wooden verandas on the or stairs. Three of the ters. It is next to the appearance that is true Between 1885 and 1889, walls supported by wood first and second floors, buildings are scheduled original Brooke Army to the original designs,” Buildings 603 through and masonry columns. and a wood-framed roof to receive tenants in the Medical Center, which said David Thomas, 609 were constructed as Buildings 603 through structure. In 1910, two summer of 2010, while was built in the same director of the Joint officers’ quarters and 609 and Building 613 will wings were added to the the fourth is scheduled to style. Restoration of Program Management barracks. These struc- be turned into office east and west giving the be finished in the sum- Building 1001 is expect- Office, which is oversee- tures, which are known space. These projects building its current “U” mer of 2011. ed to be finished by the ing the San Antonio as the “Long Barracks,” are currently scheduled shape. Buildings 2263 end of 2011. PAGE 8 NEWS LEADER APRIL 2, 2009 APRIL 2, 2009 NEWS LEADER PAGE 9 Positive discipline for children Teens speak their mind Cole outstanding students Each month Cole Middle and High By Mary Scott or the condition of their School recognizes one student from each New Parent Support Program, Army Community Service room for instance. This gives them some say in at AFAP Conference grade level for his or her outstanding attitude, citizenship, and overall contribu- tion to the school. Their teachers things that are important By Cheryl Harrison at the Keith L. Campbell nominate the students and then the Many new parents do to them. Establish rules Army Community Service, Memorial Library, and faculty of each grade level selects one not understand what pos- up front, and talk about Marketing comfortable furniture for student. The recipients for February are itive discipline consists of not see a need to follow consequences if the rules the youth center. (back row, from left) Tyler Hallstrom, and how it can be admin- those rules either. are broken. Then if a Imagine if you will, Subject matter experts 10th grade; Brea Carrillo, 12th grade; istered. Tips for implementing teen makes a mistake, being a teenager, on a on hand to oversee dis- Seth Lougee, 11th grade and Aida The meaning of disci- positive discipline: they will already know Saturday morning. Most cussions were Fort Sam Mojica, ninth grade; (front row, from left) pline is to teach and to Know that babies and the consequence. teens would be sleeping Houston Independent Teresa Cenney, eighth grade; Emily guide. Positive discipline toddlers are naturally Always keep the lines in and not giving a School District Adminis- Porter, sixth grade; and Megan Sauer, seventh grade. simply means to act in a curious; ensure “interest- of communication open thought to the betterment trator, Dr. Gail Siller and positive way when teach- ing” items are out of with children. It is impor- of life on Fort Sam Cole High School Photo by Elizardo Hernandez ing and guiding children. reach or sight. Instead of tant to listen to what they Houston. Principal, Isabel Clayton, In reality, it sounds so saying no, offer choices, have to say, and then That wasn’t the case Cynthia Rodriguez, AFAP simple. However, what tell them or show them they too, will listen to March 21 at 9 a.m. The manager and Sarah FORT SAM HOUSTON INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT about when that curious what they can do or play you. Don’t expect to be Fort Sam Houston Youth Small, AFAP Volunteer one year old keeps going with. perfect; parents will Center was invaded by manager, kept the dele- WEEKLY CAMPUS ACTIVITIES APRIL 6 TO 11 for the DVD player after Prevent tantrums by make mistakes. Also, teens willing to give up gates on track and helped repeatedly being told no; avoiding things that will don’t expect children to precious sleep time to guide the debates. The Fort Sam Houston Elementary School Robert G. Cole Middle and High School Varsity boys’ and girls’ track meet at or when a three year old frustrate a toddler. If a get it right every time. speak their minds and teens were instructed to April 6 - TAKS LAT fifth grade math April 6 - TAKS LAT eighth grade math Central Catholic high school, half day has a temper tantrum, or child is hungry, angry, Children depend on their help shape their commu- present a point of view April 7 - TAKS fifth grade math April 7 - TAKS eighth grade math April 9 - JV/V boys and girls tennis meet at a teenager feels he lonely, tired, or triggered parents to continuously nity by participating in and act as the decision April 9 - DARE ceremony, 9 a.m. Cole baseball vs. Randolph at Cole, 4:30 p.m. Boerne, 8 a.m. should be able to stay out it is probably not a good teach and guide them. the Army Family Action maker. April 10 - Holiday-Good Friday April 8 - JV/V boys’ and girls’ tennis meet at Cole baseball at Comfort, 6 p.m. all night. These are all time for anyone to speak Set a good example; as a Plan Conference. “We also reminded Boerne, 8 a.m. April 10 - Holiday-Good Friday frustrating scenarios for in a rational manner or parent, you are your chil- Huddled around card them of the importance parents. make good decisions or dren’s most important tables, energized by juice of keeping an open mind There are many differ- choices. It may be best to role model. packs and sugar-laden and respecting other’s ent ideas, but none of deal with the issue when To learn more about donuts, teen Family opinions and positions,” them will work unless everyone is calm. positive parenting tech- members brainstormed Small said. “Listen to parents are consistent Teenagers naturally niques and classes visit and discussed AFAP what others are saying and united. This means want to have control over www.fortsamhouston- issues. The issues sub- and remain objective.” both parents should stick aspects of their lives. It is mwr.com/default2.asp or mitted by teens involved An important part of to whatever rules and important for parents to call Family Advocacy at subjects such as Internet consequences they have allow teens to make deci- 221-0349. in the youth center, books See AFAP P11 set, or the children will sions about hair, clothes PAGE 10 NEWS LEADER APRIL 2, 2009 APRIL 2, 2009 NEWS LEADER PAGE 11 Wilford Hall nurse wins AFAP from P9 get involved by volun- teering to be a part of the USA Power Lifting Competition the conference is the vol- unteers. Volunteers make up the majority of the conference or by submit- ting issues to voice their concerns,” added conference workers and Rodriguez. By Senior Airman Josie Kemp strong-man, but a friend without their dedication Issues can be submit- 59th Med Wing Public Affairs asked if I had any interest and caring, the confer- ted at any of the AFAP in doing a full power lift- ence would not be suc- issues boxes located at A nurse consultant for ing competition.” cessful. the Fort Sam In/Out the Critical Care Air According to the Geana Henkes, a vol- Processing, Building 367; Transport Team at USAPL Web site, athletes unteer said, “I volun- Jimmy Brought Fitness Wilford Hall Medical are categorized by sex, teered because it was a Center; Firestone Service Center won the USA age and bodyweight. unique opportunity to Jeanne Warren (standing at far right) acts as a subject matter Center; Rocco Dining Power Lifting Military Each competitor is help make changes in my expert by answering questions asked by local teens at the Army Facility; Army and Air Family Action Plan Teen Conference March 21 at the Fort Sam Nationals competition in allowed three attempts at community.” Force Exchange Houston Youth Center. (From back, left) Isabell Clayton, Cole Killeen, Texas, March 14. each lift with the best lift “I came to say what I High School principal; Geana Henkes, adult volunteer; Wisper Shoppette on Patch Road; After only three years in each discipline being was thinking and to try to Sanson-Herron, teen volunteer; (front, left) Cyndi Rodriguez, Pxtra; Hacienda in competitive power lift- added to their total. The improve my community,” AFAP manager; Cameron Banks, teen volunteer; Ruby Gibson Recreation Center; ing, retired Army lifter with the highest echoed Cameron Banks. and Dana Hagan teen volunteers. Keith L. Campbell Noncommissioned Officer, total is the winner. In Banks and Wisper Memorial Library; Rhode Andre Gholson has won cases where two or more Sanson-Herron, teen vol- discussed and prioritized, mendations for further Dental Clinic; Army the USAPL Texas State lifters achieve the same unteers agreed they’d and will be forwarded to evaluation and resolu- Community Service, Courtesy photo Championship for the Andre Gholson, nurse consultant, 59th Medical Wing Critical total, the person with the “like to see more oppor- Medical Command for tion. Building 2797; and other second consecutive year Care Air Transport Team, attempts to dead lift over 600 pounds lightest bodyweight wins. tunities for kids.” review and to determine The next Installation locations. Issues can also for his performance in during a USA Power Lifting Military Nationals competition in “It’s hard work … it’s The teens involved in validity before being for- AFAP Conference will be be submitted online at full competition which Killeen, Texas, March 14. hard to stay strong,” said this year’s teen confer- warded to the Depart- held Oct. 21 to 23. The www.samhouston.army. included bench press, Gholson. ence were Chelsey ment of the Army Teen Conference will mil/cms/Form_ComFirst. squats and dead lift. Gholson lifted 450 pounds when I was younger, In order to compete in Henkes, Dana Hagan, Conference. coincide with the installa- asp. Gholson, 38, received on the bench press, between the ages of 17 a USAPL event, all ath- Garrett Burgess, Brian Dougherty, tion conference. Both To see all issues, visit first-place for the 275- squatted 705 pounds, and and 23, then I started letes must be drug tested Kayheonna Miller, Army Volunteer coordi- Siller and Clayton the Morale, Welfare and pound weight division picked up 628 pounds in doing bench press com- to ensure that all athletes Bethany Henkes, Ruby nator, representative for remarked that the con- Recreation Web site, click and first-place for bench the dead lift competition. petitions,” said Gholson. have gained their strength Gibson, Wisper Sanson- senior leadership and ference was such a suc- Army Community Service press in his weight class. “I did body building “I wanted to get into and muscle naturally. Herron, Cameron Banks, Jeanne Warren, youth cess they strongly sug- and link to issues. For Dominique Edmonds, Joe center director acted as gested that the Teen more information about Amazing race Road to recovery Cavazos, Tim Hogan and Dallas Mazak. sounding boards as rep- resentatives presented Conference be held at the installation’s high school. AFAP, call Cyndi Rodriguez at 221-2611. Fourteen issues were the issues and recom- “I’d like for people to Photo by Jen Rodriquez Team, Extreme Heat, Pricilla Knight-Mcleary, Katesha June, Photo by Jen Rodriquez Vincent Tancredi, Giovanni Pascascio, James Reese, Wounded warrior Marine Cpl. Travis Dodson keeps up with Philippe Tourville and Tony Smith won the first Brooke the pack during the Road 2 Recovery Don’t Mess with Texas Army Medical Center Warrior in Transition Battalion’s Challenge on March 30. The challenge started at the Center Warrior Amazing Race Competition, March 24. Extreme for the Intrepid and ends April 4 in Arlington at the Texas Heat, won with a time of 2:42., Team, Wolf pack, placed Ranger’s Ameriquest stadium. Dodson, along with eight other second at 2:48 and Ramrod came in third at 2:49 with a warriors; active duty Soldiers and civilians participated in the five-minute penalty. Saddling a horse to ride, unscrambling ride. Road 2 Recovery helps to make a difference in the lives words, solving riddles and taking photos were some of the of wounded warriors by assisting with their rehabilitation tasks they had to endure during the competition. programs. PAGE 12 NEWS LEADER APRIL 2, 2009 PAGE 13 Mason Taylor from Texas Fellowship of Cowboy Churches shows off Pappy David Roberts from the Deepfork Cattle Company piles on Award winning singer, Robert Wm. Welch (left) from the group his roping skills to the audience as he demonstrates roping a steak, beans, biscuits and peach cobbler on Staff Sgt. Tony Hall’s Branded-Duo said that the Cowboys for Heroes two years ago mechanical cow that dashes out beneath him at the Cowboys for plate, at the Cowboys for Heroes event at the Fort Sam Houston inspired, Paul Staggs the other duo to write their award-winning Heroes event March 27 and 28. Equestrian Center. song “Heroes,” which debuted at the event that year. Providing a real western experience, stagecoaches and wagons escorted guests from the entrance of Fort Sam Houston Equestrian Center, March 27 and 28 and guided them back to the fun, food and musical entertainment that awaited them at the Cowboys for Heroes event. Robert Pierce from Conroe, Texas, has been hand making walking canes Cowboys and Heroes from the bark of the China Berry tree for six years, met Master Sgt. Mack Cole Jr., Warrior in Transition Battalion at the Cowboys for Heroes event March 28. When Pierce discovered that Cole had been wounded in Iraq in 2004, he measured Cole and offered to make him a cane. Turnout for Annual Event By Minnie Jones “It was nice seeing all the guests today Fort Sam Houston Public Affairs including the wounded warriors and all the military throughout the day from our Veterans Many came out to give gratitude, support from World War II, Vietnam, Desert Storm and and honor to Soldiers at the two-day Cowboys today’s current war,” said Natalie Robles, for Heroes event, March 27 at the Fort Sam administrative assistant, Community Houston Equestrian Center. Recreation Division, FMWR. Cowboys, cowgirls, supporters and musi- Saturday, breakfast, lunch and dinner were cians from as far away as Missouri joined the served up the authentic chuck wagon way, Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and while horseback and mechanical bull riding Recreation in this fourth year event, and the took center stage for most of the children that best turn out so far, with over 1,000 partici- day. Closing out the evening, Soldiers and pates partaking in the festivities this year. Family members were entertained by several Setting the stage and providing folks with a musical groups including the award winning real western experience, stagecoaches and inspirational music group Branded-Duo per- wagons greeted guests at the entrance of the forming their award winning hit, “Heroes.” center and took them back to the where the “The Equestrian Center was proud to host fun, food and musical entertainment awaited the event, which was well attended and appre- them. ciated by all. We hope to increase interest in Friday kicked off the event with chuck wag- the event by expanding the entertainment and ons preparing food throughout the day, ending activities in the future,” said Cynthia Tripoli, with a sing-a-long and a bonfire that kept manager, Equestrian Center, Fort Sam Nancy Hilton, founder of Love Stitchers stands in front of the American Flag she stitched. everyone warm when the temperature dipped Houston. The flag is 25 feet by 14 feet, with 20 miles of yarn and took her over 254 hours to make. (From left) Albert Arroyo, Wild Bill and Jim Ables, cowboy reenactors, down into the 40s that evening. Love Stitchers donated hand crochet lap afghans to veterans at the Cowboys for Heroes Buffalo Soldiers from the Bexar County Soldiers Association and the Buffalo Soldiers Living History and Heritage, were one of the many exhibitors at the Cowboy for Heroes events. The event at the Fort Sam Houston Equestrian Center. were at the Cowboys for Heroes to give an account and educate the public about the soldiers’ Texas history. reenactors visit schools and teach gun safety. PAGE 14 NEWS LEADER APRIL 2, 2009 APRIL 2, 2009 NEWS LEADER PAGE 15 Soldier Appreciation Day Post-wide baby shower ties will include the opening cere- will be held April 4 from 1 to 3 CYSS open house MWR from P14 Women Encouraging Single parenting Family Fun Fair The Fort Sam Houston Bowling The New Parent Support monies for baseball, an Easter egg p.m. at ACS, Building 2797. This Child, youth and School Women Army Community Service center offers Soldier Appreciation Program extends an invitation to hunt, FAP Family Fun Fair, the group is for all military spouses Services will hold an open house Building 2797. Class space is lim- Army Community Service Family Advocacy programs will Day every Saturday from 1 to all pregnant or new parents who grand opening of the new Fort whose partner is deployed, geo- and ribbon cutting ceremony April ited. For more information or to Family Advocacy Program will hold hold a single parenting class April 7 p.m. Active-duty military can have babies up to age one for the Sam Houston Skate Park and end graphically separated, on unac- 6 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to register, call 221-1612. Women Encouraging Women, 8 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at bowl $2 games with free shoes. First Annual Operation Baby with a movie in the park. The all companied tour or extended tem- celebrate the opening of the new lunchtime seminar, April 7 from ACS Building 2797. The class pro- The Strike Zone offers a full range Shower April 3 from 1 to 4 p.m. day event will include moon porary duty. Registration is office location in the Army Windstar Casino Trip noon to 1 p.m. at ACS, Building vides skills uniquely designed for of food and drinks at an additional This free event is in conjunction bounces, face painting, infant required. For more information or Community Center, Building 2797. The MWR Ticket Office will 2797. The topic will be, “Learn how single parents. Topics include, cost. For more information, call with April, the Month of the massage techniques, games, to register, call 221-2418 or Refreshments will be served. This sponsor a trip to the Windstar to Plan Healthy Meals to Maximize dating, children, separation and 224-4740. Military Child and Child Abuse snow cones, cake walks, popcorn, 221-2705. event is open to the public. For Casino Resort in Thackerville, your Health.” For more information more. For more information, call Prevention Month. Both moms and car seat inspections, and much more information, call 295-4806. Okla. The bus departs the Sam or to register, call 221–0349 or 221-0349 or 221-2418. Announcements Calendar of Events dads are encouraged to attend, more. For more information, call APRIL 6 Houston Club April 7 at 7 a.m. and 221-0600. Sam Houston Club Express APRIL 3 visit with many vendors, play 221-3502. Unit Family Readiness Budget development class returns April 8 at 10 p.m. The cost Family Employment offers Lunch Couples Enrichment class games, enjoy refreshments, Family Fun Day schedule of events Training Army Community Service is $50 per person for double occu- Basics of breast feeding confidence tips The Sam Houston Club will Family Advocacy Program will receive gifts and win prizes. For 9 a.m. Baseball opening The Army Community Service Financial Readiness will hold a pancy or $100 for single occupan- Army Community Service Army Community Service offer healthy and convenient cui- begin a new series of classes enti- more information, call 221-0326 ceremonies Mobilization and Deployment budget development class April 6 cy to include round-trip motor Family Advocacy Program will offer Family Employment Readiness sine for SoldierS on the go. tled, Couple’s Enrichment April 3, or 221-2418. 9:30 to 10:30 First games of the Program will hold Unit Family at 2 to 4 p.m. at ACS, Building coach transportation, overnight a basics of breastfeeding class Program will hold a class entitled Beginning April 7 the Sam 10, and 17 from 5:30 to 7 p.m. season (six games) Readiness Training April 6 from 2797. Class space is limited. For hotel accommodations, continen- April 7 from 12:30 to 2 p.m. at Gain and Maintain Self Confidence Houston Club will offer patrons the This three-part class centers on APRIL 4 10 a.m. Family Fun Fair begins from 10 to 11 a.m. at ACS, more information or to register, tal breakfast at the hotel and one ACS, Building 2797, Training Room April 8 from 12 to 2 p.m. at ACS, opportunity to purchase lunch reconnecting with your partner. Family Fun Day 10:30 a.m. Easter Egg Hunt begins Building 2797. For more informa- call 221-1612. $20 coupon for the casino. Must be 2. The class provides current infor- Building 2797. The class offers Photo by Cheryl Harrison items via a mobile catering unit in Part one will discuss gender dif- Child, Youth and School noon-Baseball games continue tion or to register, call 221-2705 or at least 21 years old with a valid mation and tips to make the early suggestions and ideas for gaining Pvt. Ashley Wardle tests one of the inflatable bouncers March 24 at Army Community the Jimmy Brought Fitness Center ferences and communicating Services in conjunction with The 1 to 5 p.m. Skate Park grand open- e-mail samh.acs.mob.deploy@ APRIL 7 photo I.D. at all times. For more days of breastfeeding a positive confidence and a feeling of Service. The ACS staff inflated the eight new bouncers or as they are sometimes called parking lot between the hours of effectively, part two focuses on Family Advocacy Program and ing conus.army.mil. Bank account management information or to make reserva- experience. For more information, strength. For more information or moon walks, to make sure they worked. With the auditorium filled with enticing fun, several Soldiers tried out the new “toys.” The Family Fun Fair will be held April 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Customers commitment and part three strives Lincoln Military Housing will host a 9 to 11 p.m. Family movie night on Army Community Service tions, call 226-1663 or 224-2721. call 221-0349 or 221-2418. to register, call 221-0516 or p.m. at the Youth Center Gym, Building 1630, and nearby sport fields. The event is free can choose from southern fried to enhance intimacy. For more Family Fun Day April 4 from 10 Dodd Field CYSS closure Financial Readiness will hold a 221-0427. and will include a cakewalk, Wii games, puppet shows, cotton candy, snow cones and chicken or a healthy-heart menu information, call 221-0349 or a.m. to 11 p.m. at Dodd Field and Central Registration will be bank account management class Building Effective Anger APRIL 8 popcorn. This event is one of several events planned in conjunction with Child Abuse choice. For more information, call 221-2418. the Fort Sam Houston Youth Hearts Apart closed during the open house and April 7 at 2 to 4 p.m. at ACS, Management Skills You and Your Baby Virtual Family Readiness Prevention Month. For more information, call 221-0349 or 221-2418. 224-2721. Center. This fun, full day of festivi- A Hearts Apart Support Group ribbon cutting ceremony. See MWR P15 A new series of B.E.A.M.S. Army Community Service New Group Training classes will begin April 7 from 11 Parent Support Program will offer The Army Community Service a.m. to noon at the Red Cross, You and Your Baby, a two-part Mobilization and Deployment Building 2650. This class helps to series, starting April 8 from 8 a.m. Program will hold Virtual Family identify strategies to more effec- to noon. Learn how to care for your Readiness Group Training April 8 tively handle anger, resentment newborn baby and prepare for from 2 to 3 p.m. at ACS, Building and frustration in one’s personal baby’s homecoming and infant 2797. For more information or to and professional life. For more care infant safety and more. For register, call 221-2705 or e-mail information, call 221-0349 or more information or to register, call samh.acs.mob.deploy@ 221-2418. 221-0349 or 221-2418. conus.army.mil. PAGE 16 NEWS LEADER APRIL 2, 2009 APRIL 2, 2009 NEWS LEADER PAGE 17 Tejeda History Faire and Rick Parkhurst 830-896-6260, to attend the Fourth San Antonio personnel who are transitioning Culture Fest e-mail email@example.com or Military Transformation Task Force from active-duty, reserve, National The eighth Annual Tejeda visit www.walktx.org/Kerrville Base Realignment and Closure Guard, and military spouses. For #################### History Faire and Culture Fest will Trailblazers/. contracting fair April 8 from 7 a.m. more information or to register, be held April 4, from 10 a.m. to 4 to 1 p.m. at the Henry B. Gonzalez visit www.recruitmilitary.com. p.m., Encino Park, 2909 E. Evans Trash-Off needs volunteers Convention Center, 200 East Road, off U.S. Highway North 281. The Texas Department of Market St., River-Level Rooms 006 APRIL 14 Historical re-enactment groups Transportation hopes to gather to 008. Contractors should bring Microsoft Word, PowerPoint The public is invited to Band will be performing Announcements Calendar of Events and performers will be on the more litter during the Don’t Mess business cards, copies of their training Fort Sam Houston for a various musical selec- Warrant Officer Association ground of Tejeda’s History Hill. The with Texas Trash-Off April 4. Central Contractor Registration, The Army Medical Department free Fiesta celebration tions to include patriotic meeting cancelled APRIL 4 event is a free, open to the public, During Trash-Off, volunteers marketing sheets and capabilities Center and School Information April 19 from 1 p.m. to 9 music. Free T-shirts will The Lone Star Silver Chapter of Blue Star Families of San and sponsored by the Tejeda across the state will clean road- statement. To register, visit Management Training Branch will p.m. at MacArthur Field, be given away until they the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Antonio No. 4 Family picnic Young Historian Club to promote sides, parks, waterways and www.sanantonio.gov/edd. To view hold hands-on training on the new at the corner of Harry are gone. A variety of Association April meeting is can- The Blue Star Families of San cultural understanding and “living neighborhoods. The Don’t Mess the Procurement Technical Office 2007 version of Microsoft Wurzbach and Stanley food, and drink booths, celed. Members will be working at Antonio No. 4 will host a Family history.” with Texas Trash-Off is the largest Assistance Center Web site at Word and PowerPoint April 14 and Roads. Fiesta begins with children’s activities a booth at the Fort Sam Houston picnic April 4 from 1 to 4 p.m. at one-day statewide cleanup event http://www.sanantonio.gov/edd/s 15 from 8 to 10 a.m. and 10:30 a country fair that fea- include face painting, Fiesta April 19. All active duty, Brackenridge Park, at the corner of Kerrville Trailblazers volks- in the U.S. and is a partnership mall_business/ptac.asp. a.m. to 12:30 p.m.; and April 17 tures various military carnival rides and games. retired, Reserve, National Guard Broadway Street and Hildebrand march club between TxDOT and Keep Texas from 8 to 10 a.m., 10:30 a.m. to equipment and displays Adding pageantry and warrant officers and Family mem- Road. All military Families and The Kerrville Trailblazers volks- Beautiful. The public is invited to APRIL 9 12:30 p.m. and 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. such as a mini-operating elegance to the military bers of current or retired warrant friends are invited. For more infor- march club will host a 5K and 10K participate by signing up online at RecruitMilitary career fair at Willis Hall, Building 2841, Room room. Live entertainment parade the Fife Drum officers are invited. For more infor- mation, call Chris Peche at 681- walk April 4 starting between 8 www.ktb.org or calling A free RecruitMilitary career 2105C. Each class lasts two including the 82nd Corps will join more than mation or to volunteer, call Juan 1171 or e-mail samomgroup@ a.m. and 1 p.m., finishing by 3 1-800-CLEAN-TX. fair will be held April 9 From 11 hours. Seating is limited. For more Airborne Chorus from 300 Soldiers on the field Gomez at 295-6596 or e-mail hotmail.com; or call Edna at p.m. at the Old Tunnel Wildlife a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Monarch information or to register, e-mail Fort Bragg, N.C.; belly during the military cere- ON STAGE 6:00 to 6:45 p.m. - Fiesta Royalty awards, Fiesta Salute, firstname.lastname@example.org; or Jim 865-3707 or e-mail samomblues- Management Area, 10619 Old San APRIL 8 Event Center, 6406 North Julie.Gueller@amedd.army.mil. dancers; the Almost Patsy mony at 5:30 p.m. The 1:00 to 1:30 p.m. - S-3 - Salsa Dancers Soldiers on Parade Gonzales at 666-9818 or e-mail email@example.com. Antonio Rd. in Fredericksburg, BRAC contracting fair Interstate Highway 35 in Austin. Cline Band from public is invited to enter 2:00 to 2:30 p.m. - Kazamba Dance and Drum Group 6:45 to 7:15 p.m. - Escaramuza Rosas de Castilla, an equestrienne firstname.lastname@example.org. Texas. For more information, call Construction firms are invited The event is for veterans, military Bandera, Texas; salsa Fort Sam Houston from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. - Ballet Del Cielo Folkloric Dancers and drill team dancers; Tejano star, Interstate Highway 35 at Mariachi Group BACK ON STAGE Patsy Torres with her the Walters Street gate, 3:30 to 4 :00 p.m. - 82nd Airborne Chorus from Fort Bragg, N.C. 6:45 to 7:45 p.m. - Tejano Star Patsy Torres featuring her band and band and dancers; the Harry Wurzbach 4:00 to 5:30 p.m. - The Almost Patsy Cline Band from Bandera, Texas dancers Kazamba Dance and Entrance or the Wilson 8:00 to 9:00 p.m. - U. S. Army Medical Command Show Band featuring Drum Group; Ballet gate on Cunningham Military ceremony at the Pavilion with more than various musical selections for your entertainment Folklorico Dancers and Avenue, off Broadway 300 Soldiers in parade. to include jazz, country, and patriotic music. Mariachis. The Army Street. No pets or coolers 5:30 to 5:50 p.m. - Fife and Drum Corps performance and Retreat 9 p.m. - Fiesta ends with a Fireworks sponsored by Steves & Son, Inc. Medical Command Show are allowed. PAGE 18 NEWS LEADER APRIL 2, 2009 Main Post Chapel, Building 2200, 8:30 a.m. - Mass - Sundays For Sale: Solid wood chest of For Sale: 2006 Vulcan 900 Lent worship services word, worship and service. A Bible 221-2754 11 a.m. - Mass - Sundays drawers, 75 inches long by 30 Kawasaki motorcycle, very low Protestant Services: Lent worship services will be study is held Wednesdays from Catholic Services: 10 a.m. - Worship Service - Sundays inches tall, nine drawers, match- mileage, excellent condition, never held April 1 at 6 p.m. at the Dodd 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. and Thursdays 4:45 p.m. - Reconciliation - Saturdays ing six foot tall wardrobe, antique dropped or crashed, $6,999 obo. Episcopal/Lutheran Rite services: 5:30 p.m. - Mass - Saturdays Field Chapel, Building 1721. For at 6:30 p.m. Child care is provid- 9:30 a.m. - Mass - Sundays 12:30 p.m. - Traditional worship - Thursdays yellowish color, great shape, $150 Call 313-9061. more information, call 221-5010 ed. For more information, call 11:30 a.m. - Mass - weekdays for both; Marshall 4x12 speaker For Sale: Two-piece, wood- or 221-5432. 221-5007. Protestant Services - Sundays: Center for the Intrepid, first cabinet, model JCM900, excellent grain entertainment center, excel- 8 a.m. - Collective Protestant floor, 916-1105 condition, $400; Marshall AVT lent condition $250 obo; sofa and 11 a.m. - Collective Protestant Christ for the Intrepid services: CWOC meets Holy week events Jewish Services: 379-8666 or 493-6660 5:30 p.m. - Coffee and fellowship - Sundays 150H head, one year old, excellent loveseat, purple, excellent condi- The Catholic Women of the Palm Sunday - April 5 8 p.m. - Fridays - Worship and 8:30 p.m. - 6 p.m. - Contemporary worship - Sundays condition, $450. Call Kathy at tion, $375 obo. Call 265-3193. Chapel will hold an Enrichment Jewish Passover - April 8 Oneg Shabbat 857-7678. For Sale: 23-inch tires and Bible Study Mondays at 9:15 a.m. Living Last Supper - April 7 to 9 AMEDD Regimental Chapel, For Sale: Advanced Element rims, six lock-nut pattern, chrome, at Dodd Field Chapel. Child care is 7 p.m. at Randolph Air Dodd Field Chapel, Building Building 1398, 221-4362 15-foot inflatable tandem kayak, $1,000. Call 557-0581. provided. For more information, Force Base 1721, 221-5010 or 221-5432 32nd Medical Brigade Student services paddles, blow-up pump, storage For Sale: Wood-grain wall-unit Catholic Services: Catholic Mass: 8 a.m. - Sundays call 442-8957 or 830-914-2326. 7 p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist 9:15 to 11:15 a.m. - Catholic Women of Contemporary Protestant Service: 9:30 bag, $400. Call 541-510-4555. entertainment center, six feet Church the Chapel Enrichment or Bible Study - a.m. - Sundays For Sale: Springfield XD .45 high by five feet wide by 17 inches PWOC meets 7:30 p.m. at the Main Post Mondays Muslim Jumma: 1:30 p.m. - Fridays caliber pistol, carry case, two deep, $150; compact microwave, The Protestant Women of the Chapel 12:30 p.m. - Mass - Sundays magazines, tactical holster, box of $30; baby clothes, size newborn Protestant Services: Fort Sam Houston Library, Chapel is a Christ-centered group Good Friday - April 10 10:30 a.m. - Gospel Protestant - Sundays hollow points, fired probably 100 to 12 months, .50 to $3; Fisher that encourages women to grow Outdoor Easter Sunrise Service - Building 1222, 221-4702 rounds, excellent condition, $515 Price outdoor picnic table, 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. - Protestant Women of Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day spiritually within the body of Christ April 12 at 7 a.m. at MacArthur the Chapel meeting - Wednesdays, child Saints: firm. Call Master Sgt. Robert $20; Replogle Hastings through prayer, the study of God’s Parade Field care is provided Blume at 270-312-8373 or e-mail 12-inch world globe, $30. 8:30 a.m. - Sundays 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. - Protestant Women of the Chapel meeting - Thursdays, child email@example.com. Call 291-5492. care is provided Installation Chaplain’s Office, For Sale: Yellow lab puppies, For Sale: Small freezer, $100; News Leader survey online Samoan Protestant Service: 8:30 a.m. - Building 2530, 295-2096 born Feb. 18, both parents on-site, gas grill, in perfect condition, Sundays Contemporary Protestant: 11:01 a.m. - parents are not related, $225. Call $150; Whirpool stove, $200. Call Submit your feedback to help improve the News Leader. Sundays The survey is available online at http://www.samhouston. 687-1119. 659-0713, 583-9041 or e-mail Brooke Army Medical Center army.mil/ publicaffairs. For more information, call 221-0615 Web site: www.samhouston. For Sale: Full-length running firstname.lastname@example.org. Chapel, Building 3600, 916-1105 or 221-1031. Catholic Services: army.mil/chaplain boards for F150 pick-up, chrome For Sale: Eighty-gallon air on black, like new, $145. Call 221- compressor, like new, $850; power 3549. washer, $245; Washburn bass For Sale: Chinese Water guitar with amplifier, $800; 1962 Dragon, 36-inches long, with nylon Chevy Nova, good engine, new cage and all accessories, $100. tires, $2,200; 1969 Jeep, runs, Call 916-682-0013. $2,200. Call 633-0881.