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65TH EN BN WEEKLY RESOURCES 07 SEPTEMBER 2011 AMR TEEN CALENDAR ARTS & CRAFT CALENDAR SEPTEMBER MILITARY SPECIALS US HAWAII FOOTBALL SCHEDULE TROPICS NFL SUNDAY TICKET STREET DREAMS CAR & BIKE SHOW STRIKE OUT SUICIDE TUNNEL TO TOWERS RUN ALOHA FESTIVAL AUTISM SUPPORT GROUP DOWN SYNDROME SUPPORT GROUP HOW TO IMPROVE YOUR MARRIAGE KEY CALLER TRAINING MINUTE TO WIN IT LUNCHEON JEMS JOB FAIR GHOST TOURS & STORIES OF WAIPAHU VA US DIRECTORY EMERGENCY KITS The contents of this binder are strictly for informational purposes and does not imply endorsement of any private or commercial organization by the 65th EN BN, 8th TSC, USARPAC or the Department of the Army.


AMR TEEN CENTER HEALTH &

THE ARTS SPORTS,FITNESS &

Monday

Tuesday

CHARACTER & LEADERSHIP

Wednesday

Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail. -Ralph Waldo Emerson

SPORTS,FITNESS &

EDUCATION & CAREER

FIELD TRIP VOLUNTEERING

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

1 Photo Club: Getting to know the camera DJ Club: Learning to

5 Labor Day

Teen Center Closed

6

7

Triple Play: Outdoor Ten-

Torch Club Mtg @ 4pm Photo Club: Types of

nis; Glee Experience

DJ Club: Practice

8

Sea Perch

Photography Cooking: Mexican Rice

12

13

14

15

Creative Writing

Triple Play: Double Dutch

Sea Perch

Photo Club: Photo Challenge

Art: Leonardo daVinci

Glee Experience

19

20

Essay Competition

DJ Club: Practice

Triple Play: Kickball

21

AMR trash pick-up Mall and Movie @ Pearlridge 9

Video Game Night Rock band 3 and Dance Central 16

Teen Social 7pm

Cooking: Mac ‘n

22

Torch Club Mtg @ 4pm Photo Club: Bio Pics

28

29

30

Triple Play: Medic Dodge-

Sea Perch

Photo Club: Photo Col-

Poem Writing

ball DJ Club: Practice; Glee

ASACS

10 Get Moving Get Fit Photography Club

17 KIDS DAY @

Schofield

Get Moving Get Fit

27

26

Shafter

Service Project: Hickam Beach

Glee Club

Bowling @ Ft.

24

Cake

need that!

Get Moving Get Fit

23

Sea Perch

Money Maters: I really

3

Cheese

Cooking: Red Velvet

Art: Albrecht Durer

Art: Thomas

ASACS

2

lage Cooking: Fried Rice

Mall and Movie@ Pearlridge

Keystone Mtg.

Garden Spruce

Up


Affiliates of 4-H and Boys & Girls Club

Hours of Operation Mon, Tues, Thurs: 1400-2000 Weds: 1300-2000 Fri: 1400-2200

sack dinner, and your military ID card.

Sat: 1000-1800

9/3/11 Bowling @ Ft.Shafter: 12-4pm Please bring money for 2 games of bowling, money for

CLOSED ON SUNDAYS HOURS MAY VARY DUE TO SCHEDULED EVENTS 

9/2/11 Mall and Movie @ Pearlridge: 6-10pm Please bring money for the movie, dinner or a

Any changes on the schedule will be updated on the website and/or posted at center.

Teens are responsible for their own lunch/snacks/drinks on fieldtrips. Teens are also responsible for bringing and caring for their own cash and specified items.

Afternoon snack is served at the Teen Center after school on Mondays-Fridays.

Teens will be dropped off at home after fieldtrips on Friday Nights.

lunch or a sack lunch, and your military ID card. 9/10/11 Photography Club trip to Byodo-In Temple: 10-4pm Please bring $3.00 for admission, your own camera, and money for lunch or a sack lunch. 9/16/11 Teen Social: Come enjoy a night of dancing, fun and games. Cost is $4 for all teens. Extra dollar goes to Walk for Hunger Fundraiser. Cost includes one free snack and a drink. 9/17/11: KIDS DAY! 9-12 pm @ Schofield. Please bring money for lunch or a sack lunch and your military ID card. 9/23/11 Hickam Beach Clean-up: This is a service project. 3-5pm Please bring swimsuit, towel, and sunscreen. 9/30/11 Mall and Movie @ Pearlridge: 6-10pm Please bring money for the movie, dinner or a sack dinner, and your military ID card.

If you have any questions towards fieldtrips please call 24 hours before activity. *All Activities Are Adult Supervised*

Daily Choice Activities: Arts & Crafts/ Fine Arts Sports/ Outdoor Recreation Table Games & Video Games PowerHour is enforced for the Foos Ball Table & Movies first hour. Homework assisComputer lab & Homework Assistance tance is available all day. Clubs & Socializing

Contact information: Teen Center Phone #: 833-0920 Or: 839-5957 Fax: 839-5957 http://www.mwrarmyhawaii.com/cys/cysteens.asp


Paper Making 4 sessions starting Sept. 6th 5:30-7 pm Save a tree; it’s a green thing! Have fun while you handmake your own paper and use it to create another project. 14 yrs. and up $25 includes supplies Fine Art for Teens 4 Saturday sessions 12:30-1:30pm Class for teens(12 and older) Come and explore your talents in fine art. 1st session begins Sept. 3rd (oil painting basics) $45 includes all supplies

september Mon

Tue

Paper Making Quilting/ Sewing

Ceramic Mold Pouring

1 session, $25 includes supplies, 9-12

Woodshop Safety Class 8-10am 1 session $10 Requirement. Held on the 1st and 3rd Saturday of each month.

7

2

8

13 Quilting/Sewing

Teen Art

9

19

W atercolor

Framing

Mosaic Stepping Stone

15

16

K n i t N o w!

Mom & Tots W atercolor

Ceramic Mold Pouring

21

22

23

28

Paper Making

K n i t N o w!

Quilting/Sewing

Baby knits

T een A rt

24 Digital Photo

K n i t N o w!

27

W oods ho p S af et y F ram i ng

W atercolor

Lauhala W eaving

Lauhala W eaving

Hours of Operation Wednesday-Thursday 10-6pm Friday-Saturday 9-4pm Woodshop Sat/Sun only 10-4pm

17 D i gi t al P hot o

Quilting /Sewing B a b y K n i t s Mo s a i c Stepping Stone

Ceramic Pouring Te e n A r t

14

20 Paper Making

10 Digital Photo

Knit N o w!

Baby Knits

.

3 W oodshop Safety

Ceramic Mold Pouring

Paper Making

Mom & Tots. Every 2nd & 4th Thursday 10-11am. $4 Parent(s) and child take on a creative project together Lauhala leaf weaving weave a bracelet and small box 1 day $15 2 days $25. 10:30am-12:30pm

Sat

Baby Knits

Watercolor for Beginners 4 Thurs. sessions 6-8pm Learn brush strokes, color theory and techniques. $45 includes supplies

1 session $45 includes all materials, 9 –12

Fri

W atercolor

6

Mosaic Stepping Stone Two 2hr. Sessions 10-12 noon Step into Mosaics and learn skills to complete your own stepping stone. $35 includes all materials.

Picture Framing

Thu

.

Baby Knits 4 Wed. sessions 12noon-1pm Learn to knit booties, hats, scrubbies and more! Knit Now students pay $10 plus yarn. New students $30 includes supplies.

Quilting /Sewing Tuesdays, 6—8pm $25 1st class $5 additional class

Wed

655-4202

Bldg 572 919 Humphreys Rd Near the Bowling Center

1

Knit Now!! 4 Wed. sessions 11:00-12noon Once you start, you will knot stop! Learn the basics of knitting and complete ―Grandma’s favorite dishcloth‖ $25 includes yarn and needles.

Digital Photography 3 Sat. sessions 9-10:30am Learn camera operation, composition and basic photo editing. $35 Bring your digital camera!

ARTS & CRAFTS

Schofield Barracks

29 Mom & Tots

Sales Store/ Registration 655-4202 Ceramics 655-6327 Framing & Engraving 655-6330 Woodshop 655-0898

30

Te e n A r t Ceramic Pouring


September Military Specials For a complete pricelist, check out our website: www.mwrarmyhawaii.com/itr-welcome Fort Shafter ITR Bldg 550, PX Market Fort Shafter, Hawaii 96858 Phone: 808-438-1985

Schofield Barracks ITR Bldg 3320, Flagview Mall Schofield Barracks, Hawaii 96857 Phone: 808-655-9971

***Please note prices and specials are subject to change without notice***

DINNER CRUISES

SHOWS

Roberts Hawaii

Roberts Hawaii

Alii Kai Catamaran Adult: $64.00 Child (4-11yrs): $34.00 Buy one and get one FREE! Special good until Sept 30, 2011

Magic of Polynesia Show Only Adult: $49.00 Child (4-11 yrs): $31.00 Buy one and get one FREE! Special good until Sept 30, 2011

Paradise Cruises Star of Honolulu Five Star Dinner Cruise First Adult: $131.25 Second Adult: $65.63 Buy one Adult, get the second Adult 50% off Special good until Sept 30, 2011

Atlantis Adventure –Submarine/Dinner Cruise Combo Standard Submarine with Sunset Buffet Adult: $102.00 Child (5-12 yrs): $57.50 Special good until Oct 31, 2011 Standard Submarine with Royal Dinner Adult: $128.00 Child (5-12 yrs): $73.50 Special good until Oct 31, 2011 Premium Submarine with Sunset Buffet Adult: $114.00 Child (5-12 yrs): $74.00 Special good until Oct 31, 2011 Premium Submarine with Royal Dinner Adult: $140.00 Child (5-12 yrs): $90.00 Special good until Oct 31, 2011

Show Only: Free admission on your Birthday, when accompanied by one paid Adult admission. Valid only on birth date. ID must be presented at check in.

Magic of Polynesia Dinner Show Adult: $78.00 Child (4-11yrs): $50.00 Buy one and get one FREE! Special good until Sept 30, 2011 Magic of Polynesia Deluxe Dinner Show Adult: $120.00 Child (4-11 yrs): $60.00 Buy one Ticket and get one Ticket FREE! Special good until Sept 30, 2011

PARKS Wet N Wild One Day Admission Adults: $28.00 Child (3-11 yrs): $26.00 Special good until September 30, 2011


PARKS

Paradise Cruises

Wet N Wild

Hoku Nai’a Dolphin Watch, Snorkel & Lunch First Adult: $78.17 Second Adult: $39.09 Buy one Adult, get the second Adult 50% off Special good until Dec 31, 2011

Combo One Day Admission Adults/Children: $31.00 Includes general admission and combo meal at the windjammer food court Special good until September 30, 2011 Gold Pass Adults/Children: $41.00 Includes parking/golf Unlimited admission until Dec. 31, 2011 Special good until September 30, 2011 Fun Pass Adults/Children: $31.00 DOES NOT include parking/golf Unlimited admission until Dec. 31, 2011 Special good until September 30, 2011

Hoku Nai’a Dolphin Watch (no lunch or snorkel) Adult: $43.34 Child (3-11): $ 25.92 One CHILD FREE per paying Adult. Special good until December 31, 2011 2 CRUISE COMBO Adult: $99.00 Pacific Star Dinner & Hoku Nai’a Dolphin Watch w/Lunch and Snorkel. **must be booked at same time** Special good until December 31, 2011

Polynesian Cultural Center Ali’i Luau Roll Back Special All Day Package 12pm-9pm Adult: $58.00 Children(5-15yrs): $46.00 Special good until Sept 30, 2011 Gateway Buffet Package All Day Package 12pm-9pm Adult: $45.00 Children(5-15yrs): $30.00 Special good until Sept 30, 2011 Gateway Dinner & Show ONLY Gates open at 5pm Ages 5 yrs & Up: $25.00 Special good until Sept 30, 2011 General Admission ONLY Gates open at 12noon-6pm Ages 5 yrs & up: $15.00 Special good until Sept 30, 2011 Haunted Lagoon Package Adults: $50.00 Child: $36.00 Includes General Admission at noon, Gateway Buffet, and Fast Pass to Haunted Lagoon. DOES NOT include “HA” Show. Special good until October 31, 2011

DISCOUNT CARDS Aloha Diners Club $15.00 per book ***While Supplies Last***

Entertainment 2012 Book $30.00 per book ***While Supplies Last***

NEIGHBOR ISLAND ACTIVITIES Kauai Backcountry Adventure Zip Line Adult (Ages 12+): $99.00 Special good until October 15, 2011


Events & Entertainment Schedule – September 2011

Gordon Biersch Brewery Restaurant at Aloha Tower Marketplace 599-4877 or 537-3291 Wed 8/31 “JAZZ WEDNESDAYS” featuring Latin Jazz (6:30 pm – 9:30 pm) Thurs 9/1 SWAG ~ RnB / funk (7:00 pm-10:30 pm) Fri 9/2 Absolute Joy ~ Contemporary (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm) MOJO – RnB/Funk (9:00 pm - 12:30 am) Sat 9/3 UH WARRIORS vs Colorado ~ LIVE COLLEGE FOOTBALL eight o eight ~ RnB / Funk (8:30 pm-12:00 am) Wed 9/7 “JAZZ WEDNESDAYS” (6:30 pm – 9:30 pm) Thurs 9/8 Manoa DNA ~ Contemporary (7:00 pm-10:30 pm) Fri 9/9 Ben & Maila ~ Contemporary (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm) Jay.Keyz Project ~ RnB / Funk (9:00 pm-12:30 am) Sat 9/10 UH WARRIORS @ Washington ~ LIVE COLLEGE FOOTBALL King Pins ~ Flashback Rock (8:30 pm - 12:00 am)

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 “ARE YOU READY FOR SOME FOOTBALL”

NFL MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL ~ “BIG GAME DAY PAU HANA”

OKTOBERFEST BEER TAPPING AND NFL FOOTBALL All day, all the games LIVE, Fest Bier Tapping, Prizes and FUN!!! SPECIALS 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm

HAPPY HOUR

Wed 9/14 “JAZZ WEDNESDAYS” (6:30 pm – 9:30 pm) Thurs 9/15 Acoustic Playground ~ contemporary (7:00 pm-10:30 pm) Fri 9/16 Riya Davis ~ Contemporary (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm) Kahiau ~ Hawaiian Rock (9 pm - 12:30 am)

9/17 UH WARRIORS at UNLV ~ LIVE COLLEGE FOOTBALL

“ALOHA~LAULEA” at Aloha Tower Marketplace Saturday, September 17 @ 7 pm – 2 am “18 bands performing on 3 stages” on-line tickets www. Mayjahrayjah.com Wed 9/21 “JAZZ WEDNESDAYS” (6:30 pm – 9:30 pm) Thurs 9/22 TBA ~ RnB / funk (7:00 pm-10:30 pm) Fri 9/23 Ben & Maila ~ Contemporary (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm) Jay.Keyz Project ~ RnB / funk (9 pm - 12:30 am)

Sat 9/24 UH WARRIORS vs UC DAVIS ~ LIVE COLLEGE FOOTBALL Saturday Night Live Presents “Flashback 70’s” (8:30 pm – 12 am) Featuring a “blast from the past” with “POWERHOUSE”

Wed 9/28 “JAZZ WEDNESDAYS” (6:30 pm – 9:30 pm) Thurs 9/29 ~ Acoustic Playground ~ contemporary (7:00 pm-10:30 pm) Fri 9/30 Riya Davis ~ Contemporary (5:30 pm – 9:00 pm) Redemption ~ Jawaiian (9 pm - 12:30 am) Sat 10/1 UH WARRIORS @ Louisiana Tech ~ LIVE COLLEGE FOOTBALL eight o eight ~ RnB / Funk (8:30 pm-12:00 am)


University of Hawaii Football 2011 Season Date September 3, 2011 September 24, 2011 October 22, 2011 November 5, 2011 November 19, 2011 November 26, 2011 December 3, 2011 *Military Night

Opponent Colorado UC Davis New Mexico State *Utah State Fresno State Tulane BYU

Sidelines – Orange (F,G,Q) South End Zone - Orange (C) North End Zone – Orange/Blue (R,T,U,S) North End Zone – Military Night (R,T,U,S)

Location Aloha Stadium Aloha Stadium Aloha Stadium Aloha Stadium Aloha Stadium Aloha Stadium Aloha Stadium

ITR Price $35.00 $28.00 $25.00 $21.00

Time 4:15pm 6:00pm 6:00pm 6:00pm 6:00pm 6:00pm 2:30pm

SOLD OUT!

Price at Gate $50.00/$40.00 $40.00/$32.00 $40.00/$30.00 $21.00

Tickets are now available for sale at Schofield Barracks ITR Office. Limited quantities so buy early and avoid the lines at Aloha Stadium Gate.

For more info and seating info, please stop by Schofield Barracks ITR Office or give us a call at (808) 655-9971.


Season starts Sept.11, we open at 6:30 am and close at 2:30 pm. We will stay open if nessecary for overtime. Be sure to enjoy food and beverage specials while you watch the games! himwr.com

Season starts Sept.11, we open at 6:30 am and close at 2:30 pm. We will stay open if nessecary for overtime. Be sure to enjoy food and beverage specials while you watch the games! himwr.com


PRE-REG CAR ENTRY FEE $10 DAY OF SHOW ENTRY FEE $15 PRE-REG BIKE ENTRY FEE $5 DAY OF SHOW ENTRY FEE $10

Last Name

First Name

PRE-REG CAR ENTRY FEE $10 DAY OF SHOW ENTRY FEE $15 PRE-REG BIKE ENTRY FEE $5 DAY OF SHOW ENTRY FEE $10

Last Name

Mailing Address

First Name

Mailing Address

City

State

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Contact Number

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WAIVER:By signing below I hereby acknowledge and accept the inherent risks involved in motorcycle

riding activities and car and bike show activities and agree to hold Family & MWR employees, sponsors and volunteers harmless against any and all claims of injury, loss or other claim of whatever nature that may in any way arise out of my participation in the activities held at this event. PARTICIPANT NAME

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Model o Antique

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Color o Unmodified

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Come enjoy the Hawaii Sun & Fun at Tropics 1st Annual Car & Bike Show!

Category:

Make o Import

o Bike

Model o Antique

o Muscle

Color o Unmodified

o Modified

o Hoopty

WAIVER:By signing below I hereby acknowledge and accept the inherent risks involved in motorcycle

riding activities and car and bike show activities and agree to hold Family & MWR employees, sponsors and volunteers harmless against any and all claims of injury, loss or other claim of whatever nature that may in any way arise out of my participation in the activities held at this event. PARTICIPANT NAME

PARTICIPANT SIGNATURE

Come enjoy the Hawaii Sun & Fun at Tropics 1st Annual Car & Bike Show!


Do you have a sweet ride? Do you want to show it off? Enter the Street Dreams Car & Bike Show! Entry form with category check boxes on back of flyer PRE-REG CAR ENTRY FEE $10, DAY OF SHOW ENTRY FEE $15 PRE-REG BIKE ENTRY FEE $5, DAY OF SHOW ENTRY FEE $10 Winners in each category will win an award. Show us what you got! Categories include: Imports, Bikes, Antiques, Muscle, Unmodified, Modified cars and trucks. Participation is open to Authorized ID Cardholders. All registered vehicles need to arrive by 10 am. For more information, please call 655-5698


STRIKE OUT SUICIDE

SHOULDER TO SHOULDER: Building Resilience in the Army Family

Improve Your Resilience! Bowl Free to Fight Back* Schofield Barracks - 655-0573: Sep 5 - 2:00PM to 5:00PM Sep 12 - 11:00AM to 2:00PM Wheeler - 438-6733: Sep 14 - 1:00PM to 4:00PM Fort Shafter - 656-1745: Sep 15 - 1:00PM to 4:00PM *Must Call Ahead for Reservation, Based on Availability.

himwr.com


Stephen Siller Tunnel To Towers Run – Pearl Harbor Follow in the footsteps of a Hero Event Date: 11 September 2011 Location: Ford Island Bridge Start Time: 7 a.m. Register at : www.tunneltotowersrun.org Select: Run near you- Pearl Harbor Open to the public The Tunnel To Towers Foundation continues to follow Stephen’s footsteps to do good for those in need. Honoring his heroic life and death, the lives of his 342 firefighter brothers, and all who perished on 9/11 and those Service Members who continue to fight. Run, Jog or Walk in memory of those who gave their all…


2011 Waikiki Hoolaulea Saturday, September 17, 2011, 7:00pm On Kalakaua Avenue between Lewers & Kapahulu Avenues Celebrating its 59th year and the 2011 theme of Island Music, the largest block party will kick off with the arrival of the Royal Court. Multiple stages of entertainment, lots of food, lei vendors and hula crafters will be spread along 12 city blocks of the world famous Kalakaua Avenue. Free admission. 2011 Aloha Festivals Floral Parade Saturday, September 24, 2011, 9:00am From Ala Moana Park, along Kalakaua Avenue to Kapiolani Park A colorful equestrian procession of female and male pau riders, extravagant floats with cascades of Hawaiian flowers, hula Halau and marching bands will brighten Kalakaua Avenue from Ala Moana Park to Kapiolani Park. This is a "must see" event! Free admission AFFLIATED EVENT: The Pearlridge Keiki Hoolaulea Saturday, September 10, 2011, 10am - 3pm Pearlridge Center. Phone: 488-0981 Free admission. visit their website: www.pearlridgeonline.com


How to Improve Your Marriage Without Talking About It Have you ever had a “talk” with your spouse where it seemed like they tuned out? There are biological reasons for this! During this workshop you will understand the real differences between men and women. We will teach you how to get closer by finding love without words!

DROP OFF THE KIDS AT SCHOOL & JOIN US Friday September 9 Fort Shafter ACS 9:00-10:30 am Wednesday September 21 Schofield ACS 1:00-2:30pm Please let Ginny know you are attending 438-3344 Virginia.c.wescott.ctr@us.army.mil Fort Shafter Aloha Center 2091 Kolekole Ave Schofield Barracks Phone: 808-655-4227 www.mwrarmyhawaii.com

Bldg 330 Phone: 808-438-3344 Virginia.c.wescott.ctr@us. army.mil


Key Caller Training SEPTEMBER 19, 2011 @1700 65th ENGINEER BATTALION

LOCATION: 874 WILLISTON AVE, BLDG 773, CLASSROOM 2 Registration Sign-up with FRSA, Bridget.Shioshita@us.army.mil or Call Office 655-6559 Registration Deadline: FRIDAY SEPT 16, 2011.


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THURSDAY, SEPT. 15 NEHELANI 10:30-1:00 PM SHOPPING STARTS AT 10:30 BUFFET LUNCH AT 11 AM $15.00 RSVP BY SEPT. 9 A-L- huireservationsal@gmail.com M-Z- huireservationsmz@gmail.com Specify if you would like a seat at the working persons table

Get ready to play the famous minute to win it games! If you can win it, you get a ticket! Come join us at our first luncheon of the year! Learn all things Hui, play games, socialize and shop with ourvendors. Bring a donation for our monthly charity.

Monthly Charity: USO Holiday Gift Drive for our Wounded Warriors & their families

For more information contact: huionawahine@gmail.com www.schofieldspousesclub.com


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EMERGENCY KITS To prepare your family for an emergency, assemble one or more emergency kits that include enough supplies for at least three days. Think of items that have multiple uses and are long lasting. Keep a kit prepared at home and consider also having kits in your car, at All personnel should maintain work and a portable version in your home ready to take with you. a basic level of preparedness These kits will enable you and your family to respond to an for all potential hazards. emergency more quickly. Your various emergency kits will be useful whether you have to shelter in place or evacuate. You are encouraged to get an emergency supply kit, What to Put in Your Basic Home Kit make a family emergency • Necessary plan and be informed about  Water—at least one gallon per person per day for at least what might happen. three days  Food—nonperishable food for at least three days (select items that require no preparation, refrigeration or cooking such as high energy foods and ready-toeat canned meat, vegetables, fruit)  Manual can opener (if the food is canned), preferably on a multi-tool  Reusable plates, cups, utensils, saucepan (note, a metal bowl can double as a cup or plate)  First aid kit  Prescription medications and medical equipment/care aids  N95- or N100-rated dust masks  Personal sanitation supplies, such as moist towelettes, garbage bags and plastic ties  Hand-crank or battery operated flashlight  Hand-crank radio or battery operated cell phone charger  All-hazards NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) weather radio  Extra batteries at the size required  Brightly colored plastic poncho (can be used as shelter, clothing or a marker)  Weather appropriate clothing to keep your family warm and dry  Cash in the local currency  Any tools needed for turning off utilities  Local maps and your family emergency plan  Your command reporting information – know the Army Disaster Personnel Accountability and Assessment System (ADPAAS)  Important documents, including will, medical and financial power of attorney, property documents, medical instructions  Emergency preparedness handbook •

Additional considerations  Infant formula and diapers if you have young children  Pets supplies, including food, water, medication, leash, travel case and documents  Disinfectant  Matches or flint in a waterproof container  Sleeping bag or other weather-appropriate bedding for each person  Coats, jackets and rain gear  Fire extinguisher  Paper and pencil  Books, games, puzzles, toys and other activities for children  Any items necessary for a specific type of disaster


Additional items that can be essential for those stationed abroad:  Passports  Birth abroad certificates for children born overseas  Cash in the local currency  Card with local translations of basic terms  Electrical current converter

Portable Emergency Kit • • • • •

Take this kit with you when you are ordered to evacuate. Place items in a designated area that will be easily accessible in the event of an emergency. Make sure every member of your family knows where the kit is. If you are required to shelter in place, keep this kit with you. Consider adding enough supplies to last two weeks.

Workplace Emergency Kit • • • •

Store your emergency kit in an easily accessible area such as a cupboard by the door and make sure everyone in your family knows where it is. Consider whether your area is likely to face a specific threat. If your home is prone to flooding, store your kit upstairs. If you face tornados, think about storing your kit in the basement.

This kit should be in one container to be kept at your work station in case you must evacuate from work. Make sure you have comfortable walking shoes at your work place in case you have to walk long distances. This kit should include at least food, water and a first aid kit. Make sure you include your family’s communications procedure.

Vehicle Emergency Kit • • •

In the event that you are stranded while driving, keep this kit in your vehicle at all times. This kit should contain at a minimum food, water, a first aid kit, signal flares, jumper cables and seasonal clothing (coats, rain gear). Make sure you include your family’s communications procedure.

Maintaining Your Kits • •

Routinely evaluate your kits and their relevance to the threats in your area. Throw away and replace any expired or damaged medications, food or water.

Where to Find Additional Information • • •

Ready Army at www.ready.army.mil American Red Cross—www.redcross.org Department of Homeland Security (Ready.gov)— ○ www.ready.gov/america/getakit/index.html ○ www.ready.gov/america/_downloads/checklist.pdf Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)— ○ www.fema.gov/plan/prepare/supplykit.shtm ○ www.fema.gov/plan/prepare/kitlocation.shtm ○ www.fema.gov/plan/prepare/kitmaintain.shtm

It’s up to you. Prepare strong. Get an emergency supply kit with enough supplies for at least three days, make an emergency plan with your family and be informed about what might happen.


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