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GOLDEN DRAGONS WEEKLY BINDER 2 9

FRG Leaders Contact Information HHC: frghhc114@hotmail.com A Co: acofrg114@gmail.com B Co: Bco_frg@yahoo.com C Co: 114CCOFRG@gmail.com D Co: Delta_company_frg@ yahoo.com 66th ENG Co: 66thengcofrg@gmail.com 1-14 IN BN Staff Duty (available 24 hours): 808-655-6846 2SBCT Staff Duty (available 24 hours): 808-655-9200

Downrange Mailing Address Last Name, First Name Co., Unit (HHC 1-14 IN) FOB Warrior APO AE 09338 Last Name, First Name 2-25 AAB, 66th Engineer Company FOB Warhorse APO AE, 09336

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If you are not accompanying your children, make sure... They wear a watch and know when they’re curfew is. Have enough money to call home if needed. Not to eat any candy until they get home and you inspect it first.

You and your children know in advance the route they will be taking.

Be careful when crossing streets. Walk on sidewalks, not in the street. Walk on the left side of the road, facing traffic if there are no sidewalks. Walk, do not run, from house to house. Do not cross yards and lawns where unseen objects or the uneven terrain can present tripping hazards.

Never let your children trick or treat alone!!

It makes it hard to kidnap kids if other kids are around.

Especially under the age of 12.

Have them walk with lots of friends.


Costume Safety Tips: Make sure the material is fire resistant. Choose bright colors or add reflective tape. Make sure the costume’s not a tripping hazard. If it’s cold outside, wear warm clothes under the costume.

And for all of you who are old enough to do so…

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!! Have a spooky time and make it mishap free for everyone!


Participants in the WIC program: If you currently are not participating in WIC, but have children under the age of 5 or if you or your wife is pregnant and would like to participate in WIC please contact the WIC program at 808-841-0011 for more information. Deployment Prayer/Support Group: Run by Judith Rocap, a Psychologist at the Soldier & Family Assistance Center. Meeting are inside the Schofield food court in the Burger King Play land every Thursday from 5pm-6pm. If you have additional questions please feel free to contact Judith at: judith.rocap@us.army.mil.


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Holiday Cards for Deployed Soldiers Family Members of Deployed Soldiers are invited to create a special Holiday card to send to their Soldier. Bring your creativity and we will supply the materials on 17 Nov from 1500-1600 at the SGT Yano Library, Schofield Barracks.


PRESS ANNOUCEMENT

For Immediate Release

Contact: Eva Laird Smith (808) 422 1213 elsmith@uso.org

Holiday Giving for Wounded Warriors by USO and Windward Mall This year, USO Hawaii and Windward Mall, Kaneohe partner to bring early holiday cheer to our islands’ Wounded Warriors. On Saturday, November 13, from 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. mall shoppers will be treated to a center stage entertainment by comedian Frank DeLima, known for his charity work among disadvantaged children, as well as entertaining our island military. He will host the day’s appeal for holiday giftgiving for Wounded Warriors and their families. The one-day targeted appeal for Wounded Warriors consists of gathering gift items that shoppers can purchase at the Windward Mall to be given to specific Wounded Warriors and their children. Based on a holiday wish list from Wounded Warrior Marines, Army soldiers, and all other military service branches, holiday shoppers are able to bring joy to those in our U.S. Armed Forces needing some holiday cheer. Other featured guests on stage that day are Miss Chinatown and her Court, with some musical entertainment from military groups. Ladies from the group, Red Hot Flashes of Hawaii will join USO Hawaii volunteers make an appeal to shoppers that day, dressed in holiday apparel. Holiday Giving for Wounded Warriors complements Windward Mall’s on-going weekly campaign program of supporting our troops and helping their families. This is the second year of community partnership between USO Hawaii and Windward Mall, Kaneohe to benefit our military ohana. Salem media will provide multi-media coverage on Saturday, Nov. 13 All donations for Wounded Warrior packages will be sorted and packed by USO volunteers with the help of Punahou ROTC Cadets at the USO Honolulu Airport Center. They will be ready for pick up by Thanksgiving Day at USO Hawaii, between Baggage Claim E & F. For additional information on how to donate and participate, please contact USO Hawaii Programs Manager, Barb Troegner, at (808) 422 1213 btroegner@uso.org.



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