The Citizen - February 23, 2017

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Thursday, February 23, 2017 | Volume 46 • Number 4

Photos by Kevin Abel, U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Public Affairs

Pvt. Olivia Hyles, right, Religious Support Office, negotiates “the tough one,” while Staff Sgt John Schoenmeier provides safety, during the obstacle course at this year’s U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart’s Best Warrior Competition.

BWC awards 2017 Soldier/NCO of Year By Sgt. Eric Johnson AFN Stuttgart Special to The Citizen

STUTTGART — To be warrior, it takes strength and courage — being the best warrior requires a whole lot more. U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart’s 2017 Best Warrior Competition version challenged the junior enlisted and noncommissioned officer competitors on their mental and physical readiness, Feb. 13-15. The BWC kicked off on day one in the wee hours of the morning, beginning with the Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT) under a cold, gray sky, followed by a full equipment layout inspection. An oral

Last year’s Best Warrior Competition NCO of the Year, Staff Sgt. Deon D. Myers, demonstrates the correct way to negotiate an obstacle in this year’s competition.

Vintage car show coming to Stuttgart, p. 12

board and essay came next. The last challenge of the day was an obstacle course, never an easy task, even for a seasoned Soldier. The sun didn’t break through the clouds until the last competitor was finishing the course. “When you come to permanent party and you do those warrior skills, they’re going to force you, make you do those tasks uncomfortably,” said Command Sgt. Maj. Mariano Z. Alvarez, senior enlisted adviser, USAG Stuttgart. “It will test your stamina and test your pride.” With a chill in the air and sun beaming up over the horizon, it was time for day two, beginning with the range. Competitors zeroed and qualified on their M4

“A Streetcar Named Desire” now playing, p. 4

rifles at the indoor shooting range on Panzer Kaserne. Once done at the range, they were immediately pressed into the next tasks, a situational training exercise (STX) with a series of Soldier skills. The four STX stations forced the competitors outside of their comfort zones and out of their primary military occupational skills. Fortunately for the competitors, Mother Nature was kinder this year; last year’s BWC was 180 degrees opposite, with freezing rain, sleet and just downright miserable conditions. This time it was cool and sunny. The second day finished with day and night land navigation. See BWC, p.7

Piranhas take a bite out of competitors, p. 3


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Joint sponsorship ‘rodeo’ improves readiness for incoming service members and civilians community. I am confident that once new service members or civilians arrive at your organization, a sponsor will take great care of them and their families. The key to sponsorship is reaching out early and often to those incoming personnel. We all can remember when we were Dickenson

Col. Glenn K. Dickenson Commander U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart

Sponsors are vital to unit readiness. Proper sponsorship allows the new member of your team to integrate faster and be focused on your mission. Sponsorship Rodeos provide leaders and sponsors with the community tools and tips to be excellent sponsors. An excellent sponsor plays a key role in making a positive first impression and helping the new person and family integrate into the unit, workplace and

notified of a moving to a new location. Many questions immediately came to mind and the stress level started to rise. A sponsor is the one who answers these questions and makes the entire family feel comfortable about moving to a new location. The garrison conducted a joint sponsorship “rodeo” in the entrance hall of the Main Post Exchange on Panzer Kaserne, Wednesday, from noon to 4 p.m. where participants visited various community agencies, unit activities, and received leader training on how those agencies support

incoming personnel. Participants at the rodeo were invited to visit each station and engage with the subject matter experts. Stations included pre-arrival resources, housing, transportation, medical, passport office, spouse sponsorship and many more. This event also gave training credit for personnel who attended all stations. With a successful sponsorship program, your new employee will quickly increase your organizations readiness and they will soon be saying: “I’m glad I live here.”

OHA survey affects pay for service members across Europe paid to service members. “The OHA survey is very important because it gives service members an opportunity to directly affect the amount of their utility and recurring maintenance allowance.” said Bill Gordon, USAEUR personnel division’s chief of military pay policy. Gordon also explained that service members taking the survey will be asked to enter in their previous monthly utility expenses. The Defense Travel Management Office will begin its month long

U.S. Army Europe Public Affairs

WIESBADEN — Service members in Germany who are residing off-post in privately leased or rental housing are asked by U.S. Army Europe to take part in the annual housing survey. The survey is instrumental in ensuring accurate housing allowance rates for military families living off post. This survey is critical for ensuring OHA rates are properly set at overseas locations and directly affects the amount of housing allowance

An exemption from this survey includes homeowners or those sharing rent with another service member. Spouses are authorized to take the survey if the service member is deployed or unavailable.

March is survey time

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Overseas Housing Allowance Utility survey March 1.

A link to the survey will be active throughout March at www.defensetravel.dod. mil/site/ohaSurvey. cfm?ID=mar-util.

The Citizen is your community newspaper — get involved U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Public Affairs

Thursday, February 9,

“The Citizen” is putting the community back into the community newspaper. Readers are encouraged to send announcements, stories and photos of interest to the greater garrison for inclusion in upcoming issues. Is there greatness in your

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Photos by Kevin Abel

the 554th MP Co., 709th MP

Battalion, advances down a

with his training weapon at

the ready during an active

shooter scenario, Jan. 27.

e shooter scenario

hallway at Stuttgart High School

MPs respond to SHS activ Pfc. Mackinzie Russell from

Directorate of Emergency breach into Stuttgart’s Within minutes after the In cooperation with Jan. 27. had subdued Services. during morning classes, the high school, the MPs of Defense Education Just seconds after a role-player the active shooter and defused the Department also involved into the SHS Activity, the scenario active shooter stormed the SHS administration went into a incident. of many members of main entrance, the facility the drama class The exercise was one At the same time, at and 18 students from scenarios performed active complete lockdown. STUTTGART — An Elementary School training Kaserne High nearby Stuttgart various locations on Panzer on page 13 lockdown Continued — shooter simulation at Stuttgart complete a into Garrison various the U.S. Army and reactions also went of all of its students. by School tested the skills Company and accountability of the 554th Military Police

By Kevin Abel and Larry Reilly U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Public Affairs

SHS science students visit

Hadron Collider in Switzerland

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USAG Stuttgart shipmates — Pages 16-17

at memorial in Barcelona assist Gold Star families

unit going unreported? What about unusual training or fulfilled opportunities? Stories from all branches of service and local commands are welcome. Units without public affairs representation can designate stringers and the garrison Public Affairs Office will help make to them shine. The same goes for the garrison’s civilian

community members; no matter where you live or work, the USAG Stuttgart is one community. All stories should be recent. In other words, tell the community about what just happened, not what happened last fall (an exception to that would be a historical piece). Announcements for

community events are also welcome. Check out the announcements section, p.10, and advise the community of upcoming events. Note, early submissions get priority on space. The Citizen will try to publish as many announcements as possible. The Public Affairs Office is located in Bldg. 2949, Panzer Kaserne.

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Garrison security specialist makes AT honor roll Antiterrorism Office U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart

Stuttgart — For his attention to detail in processing more than 160 special event and threat assessments, Michael Pons Santiago, antiterrorism and physical security specialist, u.S. army garrison Stuttgart, received the Headquarters, Department of the army antiterrorism Honor roll award. Pons Santiago’s work was recognized as a best practice for his continuous efforts conducting the in-process training for all newcomers and spouses. The award was submitted by robert J. Daul, garrison antiterrorism officer. It ascended through various levels of approval to include the deputy command general, u.S. army Europe, army National guard. Evaluation and selection of antiterrorism Honor

roll nominations is decided by a review board and approval of the recipients resided with HQDa, Office of the Provost Marshal general, antiterrorism Branch. “Having a dedicated employee making the extra effort to provide

safety and security for the community, for a single individual or an entire organization, is what makes our program work,” Daul said. “Mr. Pons is an exemplary display of that dedication and commitment.” The award was presented to

Pons Santiago by Maj. gen. Mark S. Inch, Provost Marshal general of the army, at the 2017 army Worldwide antiterrorism Conference in Orlando, Fla, Jan. 31, before an audience of about 400 personnel from all major army commands.

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Antiterrorism specialist Michael Pons Santiago briefs USAG Stuttgart commander Col. Glenn K. Dickenson during an exercise, Oct. 22, 2016.

Photo by Kevin Abel, U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Public Affairs

From left, Robert Daul and Michael Pons Santiago, USAG Antiterrorism Office, speak to an incoming family at the annual Community Activities, Registration and Education Fair, Aug. 27, 2016.

Stuttgart Piranhas devour competition at divisional championships competition at the Europeans in the Netherlands. “I have nothing but the greatest respect for the swimmers who manage to drag themselves out of their warm beds before dawn and drop themselves into the water and train,” said Patricia Huebschman, Piranhas’ president and a Piranhas’ mom. “They put in the time and energy and it is wonderful to see their hard work pay off for them. We are also fortunate to have some of the best coaches in the league.”

By Ami DeBrine Special to the Citizen Newspaper

Stuttgart — The Stuttgart Piranhas swim team successfully defended its title as the rheinland Division Champions during the divisional competition held in Frankfurt on Feb 4. The all-day affair required the swimming talents of the entire team to beat out three of their division rivals and keep the trophy in Stuttgart. “Our swimmers are very dedicated and the results at divisional show how much effort each one has put into the sport. It is not easy to train at 5:30 a.m. every day for countless weeks,” said andrea Symak, Piranhas’ head coach. “I used a different approach to practices this season and I am very pleased with the results.” The Piranhas now set their sights on the European Forces Swim League (EFSL) individual championships scheduled to take place in Eindhoven, Netherlands on Feb 25 and 26. “Winning divisional really brought us together as a team. We focused more on the group goals instead of our individual times,” said Kurt Huebschman, a junior at the Stuttgart High School.

Photos by David Ward

Alexia Bezner, a swimmer for the Stuttgart Piranhas and a student at the In-

ternational School of Stuttgart, competes in the EFSL Rheinland Divisional Championships in Frankfurt, Feb 4. “Now, we’re looking toward the European championships where it’s every swimmer working for their personal goals.” to qualify for the EFSL championship meet, swimmers must have achieved a top time during the regular season in their respective event and age bracket. This year, more than 50 Stuttgart Piranhas will compete against swimmers from 19 other teams throughout Europe.

“I’m really proud to be a member of the Stuttgart Piranhas and enjoy very much being a part of the swimming team,” said 3rd grader, alexia Bezner. I will keep on working-out hard to keep the Divisional trophy with my team.” The Piranhas’ repeated as the divisional team winners this year and look forward to completing a trifecta for the team trophy next year; however, right now it’s up to the 50 swimmers from the team to devour the individual

Miriam Smith, a swimmer for the Stuttgart Piranhas and a student at Stuttgart High School, is one of many Stuttgart swimmers to win a medal as the Piranhas swam to victory in the EFSL Rheinland Divisional Championships in Frankfurt, Feb 4.

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Catch the Streetcar at the Kelley Barracks Theatre Center By Larry Reilly Photos by Kevin Abel U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Public Affairs

STUTTGART – The thespians at the Stuttgart Theatre Center are showcasing another gem of a performance with “A Streetcar Named Desire,” which opened Feb 17 and will run through March 5. This 1947 Pulitzer Prize winning play by Thomas “Tennessee” Williams centers on Blanche Dubois, played by Tracy Coffey, an aristocratic Southern Belle from Aurol, Miss., who visits her sister Stella Kowalski, played by Emily Sherwood, and her brawny and somewhat uncultured husband Stanley Kowalski, played by Nathan Dehnke, who live in the French Quarter of New Orleans. Blanche is shocked to discover that Stella lives in a tiny two-room apartment with little or no accommodations for her, but her shock is mild compared to that of Stanley’s when he finds out that Stella’s sister has made an unannounced visit and has brought with her more baggage than the suitcases she carried in. Stanley instantly takes a disliking to Blanche, especially after she admits to Stella that she lost the family property “Belle Reve” to creditors and has nothing but a pile of papers to show for it. Stanley believes Blanche is pulling a fast one on Stella and does some looking into Blanche’s past, which upsets Stella who is sympathetic toward her sister’s plight. Tension between the three heightens when Stella’s pregnancy is revealed.

Stanley becomes very antagonistic toward Blanche when he realizes she is the one guzzling down all his whiskey and that she has started dating Harold Mitchell, one of Stanley’s poker buddies, played by Edward Gaietto. The talented supporting cast does a great job of keeping the flow of the core cast’s performance moving along and the audience in the moment; however, it is Blanche’s performance that is the highlight of the show. It’s evident that Blanche is a talented manipulator and has an insane way with words. Tracy Coffey’s execution of the script in this role is flawless as she skillfully draws the audience into Blanche’s world of deceit and past traumatic events not only with her words, but with her facial and

Stanley Kowalski, played by Nathan Dehnke, screams out to his wife Stella during a scene from the play.

Blanche Dubois, right, played by Tracy Coffey, talks with Eunice Hubbell, played by Johanna “Jo” Wiggins, as she searches for the apartment where her sister Stellar lives in the opening scene of the play.

Stanley Kowalski, played by Nathan Dehnke, speaks with his wife Stella Kowalski, played by Emily Sherwood, during act one of the play “A Streetcar Named Desire,” now playing in the Stuttgart Theatre Center.

body expressions. Blanche creates an “awe” moment for the audience as she verbally confesses to Howard how her past experiences have created an internal insanity that often bleeds into her present reality, which for the audience explains some interesting moments in the play. Blanche’s continuing verbal scuffle with Stanley and her growing romance with Howard starts to take an emotional toll on her ability to decipher past from present and real from fantasy; and separate incidents with Harold and Stanley bring her to the brink of … If you are looking for a refreshing form of entertainment, this live performance is a must see. The play addresses domestic issues that continue

to face our society to this day, yet performed from society’s view point 70 years ago. The level of confidence in the cast and in the production was enough for the Stuttgart Theatre Entertainment Branch to submit it in the 2017 IMCOM Directorate Europe Toppers Award. Whether the play takes top billing remains to be seen; however, I predict there will be individual performance awards garnered by the outstanding cast of this play. For more information on the play call civ. 0711-729-3055 or reserve a seat visit the theatre’s website at: https://stuttgart.armymwr. com/europe/stuttgart/programs/ stuttgart-theatre-center

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Motorcycle safety course returns to USAG Stuttgart Installation Safety Office U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart

STUTTGART — The U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Motorcycle Safety Course and training site, located at the Stuttgart Army Airfield, is now open, operational and available for use. The training site provides personnel with required motorcycle

training courses. A variety of Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) training courses are offered. The courses are required for all active duty personnel to receive a valid MSF card in order to legally ride motorcycles in Europe. Personnel must have their stateside license with motorcycle

endorsement or host nation license with endorsement to obtain a temporary U.S. Army Europe, Southern European Task Force, Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers Europe, or U.S. Air Forces in Europe certificate of license. Riders also need to temporarily register their motorcycle with vehicle registration.

Successful completion of an MSF course allows permanent license and vehicle registration.

When to ride safely Courses are being offered on the following dates and are available for registration. March 23 – Experienced Rider Course April 13 – Experienced

Rider Course

April 20 – Motorcycle Basic

Rider Course

April 27 – Intermediate

Driver Training May 18 – Experienced Rider Course June 1 – Experienced Rider Course

Photo by Eve Meinhardt/Paraglide

Spc. Joe Cordaro, 108th Military Police Company, practices coming to a stop while swerving at the last minute to the right, simulating avoiding an obstacle during the Police Motorcycle Operator Safety Course July 28 at Simmons Army Air Field, Fort Bragg, North Carolina.

Additional information may be found at Registration is Common Access Card enabled. Register online via the U.S. Army Traffic Safety Training Program Registration System. Visit airs/Home.aspx


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Helping to stop the spread of germs at work Installation Safety Office U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart

STUTTGART — Illnesses like the flu and colds are caused by viruses that are spread from person to person by way of coughing, sneezing or simply talking. Droplets from an infected person get into the air and are inhaled by people nearby. Anyone within three feet can easily be infected. Flu and cold viruses can also spread when a person touches something that is contaminated with germs and then touches their eyes, nose or mouth. These viruses can live for hours on surfaces like doorknobs, desks and tables. Learning healthy habits can help prevent you from getting infected or spreading flu and cold viruses at home, school or work. Take these precautions even if you don’t feel sick – you could be infected and able

to spread germs 24 hours before your symptoms begin. How to stop the spread of germs Maintain your health to keep your immune system in good shape. Get plenty of sleep, be physically active, manage your stress, drink plenty of fluids, and eat nutritious food. The healthier you are, the better your immune system will be at defending your body against a virus. Cover your mouth and nose when you sneeze or cough Cough or sneeze into a tissue and then dispose of tissues where others will not contact them. If you don’t have a tissue, cover your cough or sneeze with your shirt sleeve at the elbow bend of your arm. Be sure to clean your hands every time after you cough or sneeze.

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Clean your hands often When available, wash your hands with soap and warm water, then rub your hands vigorously together and scrub all surfaces. Wash for 15-20 seconds. It is the soap combined with the scrubbing action that helps dislodge and remove germs. When soap and water aren’t available, alcohol-based disposable hand wipes or gel sanitizers may be used. You can find them in most supermarkets and drugstores. If using a gel, rub the gel in your hands until they are dry. The gel doesn’t need water to work; the alcohol in the gel kills germs that cause colds and the flu.

Graphic by Deployment Health Clinical Center

How often do people lose security clearances over mental health? By Navy Capt. (Dr.) Carrie Kennedy Director, Deployment Health Clinical Center

SILVER SPRING, Md. — Psychologists and psychiatrists working in military treatment facilities are often asked to do security clearance evaluations, sometimes referred to as DoDCAFs (Department of Defense Central Adjudication Facility). These evaluations can best be conceptualized as forensic or operational in nature, in that the intent of the evaluation is ultimately a question of national security and there is no traditional doctor/patient relationship assumed by either party. While the mental health professional conducting the evaluation has no deciding role in whether or not individuals gain or maintain a clearance, they are often asked by the individual being evaluated, “Am I going to be able to get a clearance?” or “Am I going to lose my clearance?” The evaluating psychologist or psychiatrist can never answer this question one way or the other. The mental health evaluation comprises only one small piece of the information needed to contribute to the larger scope of these investigations. However, the vast majority of service members can be put at ease by the simple fact that it is a rare occurrence for someone to be denied a clearance or have their clearance revoked due to mental health reasons. How rare is it? The Deployment Health Clinical Center’s Psychological Health Promotion Team, under the leadership of Dr. Mark Bates, conducted an analysis, courtesy of the Personnel Security/Assurance Division of the Defense Manpower Data Center (DMDC) and the Defense Personnel and

Security Research Center (PERSEREC). It identified the following: Between 2006 and 2012, only one in every 35,000 people either applying for the first time or seeking to maintain their clearance were either denied a clearance or had their clearance revoked after answering “yes” to the dreaded Question 21 on Standard Form 86 (the question that pertains to mental health history). Further, during that same 6-year time period, of the 85,000 people who were either denied a clearance or had their clearance revoked, only 145 – 0.17 percent – of denials and revocations were due to mental health reasons. That is significantly less than 1 percent. These evaluations understandably make people nervous, and the stakes involved (e.g., potential loss of career) may make it less likely that people attempting to gain or maintain a clearance will seek mental health care if they need it in order to avoid this level of scrutiny. While an evaluating mental health professional can never say whether or not someone will have problems with their clearance, they can provide the real-world statistics above to both military commanders and service members. This may optimize the chances that service members with security clearances will seek mental health treatment when they need it and that their commanders will be more comfortable encouraging help-seeking behaviors. For mental health professionals conducting security clearance evaluations, the adjudicative process is described on the State Department website. Information about answering Question 21 can be found on the Real Warriors Campaign website and the Center for Development of Security Excellence website.

The Citizen, February 23, 2017 BWC, continued from p.1 “It’s good for Soldiers to see that senior NCO’s are still out there doing things such as the Best Warrior Competition.” said Sgt. 1st Class Patrick Frye, Director of Emergency Services. “Seeing senior leadership step up gives the junior enlisted the

NEWS added drive and push to want to do the same.” The light at the end of the tunnel on day three could be seen after the competitors got past the 12-mile timed road march. Carrying a 35-pound rucksack and wearing an Improved Outer Tactical Vest, they were off. In order to complete the final task, they needed to finish the road march in

less than three hours. This was the final event for them to pick up points. “Going into this event, I came in as a young private. I have only been in the Army seven months; I don’t have the same training as the NCO’s get,” Pvt. Joshua Young said. Young represented the garrison Religious Support office. “This has been some of the best training experiences so far in my short time in the Army.” To be the best, you have to beat the best, and the USAG Stuttgart Soldier of the Year is Pvt. Joshua Young, and Staff Sgt Jay Cortner, DES, is the NCO of the Year. Young and Cortner will represent Stuttgart at the Installation Management CommandEurope competition, March 19-23 in Ansbach, Germany.

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What’s in a Best Warrior Competition? Competitors who took part in the three-day competition had to successfully complete the following tasks: • APFT • Board appearance • Written Essay • Obstacle course • Equipment layout • STX with warrior tasks and battle drills • Zero and weapon qualification • Day and night land navigation • 12-mile ruck march

Photos by Kevin Abel, U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Public Affairs

Photo by Sgt. Eric Johnson, AFN Stuttgart

Clockwise, from upper left: The BWC begins before the sun comes up with the APFT; competitors face a board of senior NCOs posing tough questions; “the tough one” obstacle is a tall climb skyward; Staff Sgt. Jay Cortner pulls himself across the logs of the “belly robber, another obstacle to overcome; first aid is rendered by Pvt. Olivia Hyles to a simulated injured Soldier at an STX stations; Pvt. Joshua Young, right, receives a briefing on radio use from Spc. Deon Nelson.; finally, competitors complete the 12-mile march carrying a 35 pound rucksack, helmet and IOVT.

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Local students advance to national finals for speeches By John Reese U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Public Affairs

STUTTGART — Two local students have advanced to the national finalist level for an audio recording and an essay, respectively, entered in the Veterans of Foreign Wars “Voice of Democracy” and “Patriot’s Pen” competitions. Sawyer Getschman, a Stuttgart High School freshman, took top honors in the Voice of Democracy contest with her recorded presentation, “My Responsibility to America.”

This competition is open to students in grades 9-12. The theme for 20172018 is “American History: Our Hope for the Future.” The top prize is an all-expenses paid trip to Washington and a top possible scholarship prize of $30,000. Patch Middle School 8th grader Ryan Encarmacion Sawyer Getschman won the

Patriot’s Pen contest with his essay entitled “The America I Believe In.” Students in grades 6-8 may enter. This is the second year in a row that a student from Patch Middle School is the National Finalist from Europe. 20172018 theme is “America’s Gift to my Generation” “Sawyer’s speech is pheRyan Encarmacion nomenal. VFW

Department of Europe had more than 300 entries this year, and for her to finish in first says a lot about her content and delivery” said Joe Holder, VFW Post 10810, Stuttgart commander. “We will know the results by the end of February how well our students placed at the national level.” Both students took first after completing three competition levels, and both will receive scholarships. The Voice of Democracy national winner will receive a scholarship of up to $30,000, and the top prize for Patriot’s Pen is a $5,000 prize.

Students teach students, teachers teach teachers at SES By Daniel L'Esperance and Katie Biggs Department of Defense Education Activity

Educators with the Department of Defense Education Activity Europe East School District gathered at Stuttgart Elementary School to take professional learning to a new level. The teachers discussed ideas and offered suggestions about what they wanted to learn more about and created six different learning sessions participants could choose from. At the EDcamp, also known as the “un-conference,” the teachers went to school on a Saturday where they taught each other, facilitated discussions and gained new ideas to take back to their classrooms to increases student achievement. This is a new look on professional learning that is differentiated to teacher’s learning needs, motivating and self-driven.

Photo by Daniel L'Esperance, Stuttgart Elementary School

Haley Harris, 2nd grade, Stuttgart Elementary School, tells her classmates about the endangered wild cats of Africa, followed by a puppet show, “Save our Animals!” A troupe of second graders recently volunteered their time and talents to teach other students about the plight of endangered animals and ways to save them from extinction.

Photo by Daniel L’Esperance, Stuttgart Elementary School

Fourth graders at Stuttgart Elementary School investigate the possibility of time travel by testing Einstein’s theory of relativity. In place of actually traveling through time in their own fasterthan-the-speed-of-light time machine, the students constructed time capsules, Feb. 6-10, to be opened on their 30th birthday. Each time traveler wrote letters to themselves and collected letters from their parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters and best friends who also wrote to their future selves. Additional treasures were cataloged and added to the time capsules. The students’ parents were instructed to store the time capsules for the next twenty years. Bon voyage through time!

Photo by Daniel L'Esperance, Stuttgart Elementary School

Photo by Katie Biggs, Stuttgart Elementary School

Teachers organize the first-ever “EDcamp” professional learning sessions to fit their needs, their student's needs, and create new learning opportunities that they can take back to the classroom, Feb. 11.

Fifth graders at Stuttgart Elementary School pour over dozens of assessments to determine how to improve their inventions. The students were recently guided through the steps of “invention-eering” in their gifted education class. Participants were required to develop, build and share their original game with their grade level. Goals, rules and consequences had to be posted and explained before every test session. At the end of each session, the test subject had to complete a written evaluation of the game he or she had just played.


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RSO, chaplains serve all faiths of Stuttgart community

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By Brian R. Merry Religious Support Office U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart

STUTTGART — The ability to practice one’s faith requires diverse and wellrounded programs. The U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Religious Support Office (RSO) is dedicated to providing community ID cardholders with the free exercise of religion granted by the First Amendment. Within the Stuttgart footprint, there are chaplains who represent diverse faiths including

Catholic, Protestant and Islam. When uniformed chaplains do not represent specific religious affiliations, the RSO uses designated religious group leaders. Currently, there are two such leaders in the Stuttgart footprint, one for the Jewish community and another for the Mormon community. Faith experience is designated by many facets. Worship is the most common faith experience. Within the Stuttgart footprint, many religious worship services are

available weekly; Catholic, Protestant and Jewish worship experiences are consistently available to the community. Religious education is another facet of faith experience. The Stuttgart community benefits from a bountiful religious education program for both adults and children, including programs about sacramental preparation for the Catholic community, Hebrew school for the Jewish community, Protestant Women of the Chapel, and Catholic

Women of the Chapel. The Mormon community also offers a religious education program for their youth. The RSO periodically offers other faith experience opportunities such as retreats and pilgrimages. In addition to the protection of free exercise of religion and meaningful faith

experiences, the RSO also offers counseling to ID card holders. Chaplains of specific faiths are available and ready to provide one on one counseling for faith issues and concerns. The RSO houses the Family Life Center where a chaplain is available for counseling on marriage and family concerns and challenges.

USAG Stuttgart Chapel worship services Protestant Services ((Sundays) 8:30 a.m. – Panzer Liturgical, Bldg. 2940 10 a.m. – Robinson Barracks, Bldgs. 115 & 116 10:30 a.m. – Panzer Contemporary, Bldg. 2940 11 a.m. – Patch Collective Protestant, Bldg. 2304 12:30 p.m. – Panzer Gospel Service, Bldg. 2940 Jewish Service 1st & 3rd Friday of each month 7:00 p.m. – Panzer Bldg. 2940 (small side chapel. Enter from the bowling alley side)

How to contact the RSO For more information about the USAG Stuttgart Religious Support Office, contact your unit chaplain, call DSN 431-3079 or civ. 07031-15-3079, or visit www.stuttgart.

Catholic Mass Monday: 11 a.m. – Patch, Adoration and 11:45 a.m. Tuesday: Patch, 11:45 a.m. Wednesday: Kelley, 11:45 a.m. Thursday: Panzer, 11:45 a.m. Saturday: 4:15 p.m., Reconciliation Sunday: Patch, 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.; Robinson, 12 p.m.

Bible Church of Stuttgart Holding Forth the Word of Life Phil. 2:16

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Do you have something to announce? TODAY UMUC Spring session Take part in a no-cost new student webinar, 6-7 p.m. local time, to attend a virtual open house. Sign up now for Spring 2017 on-site classes. Thousands of online course options are also available. For more information or to enroll, call DSN 431-2303/2305 or civ. 07031-152303/2305, email Stuttgart-europe@, or visit www.europe. Storytime and crafts USO volunteers will read a story and do an accompanying craft for kids up to kindergarten age in the Jamii Room, Kelley Barracks, 10 a.m. Call civ. 0731-201 9012.

24 / Friday ID card office closure The ID card office in Bldg. 2915, Panzer Kaserne will be closed in the afternoon, 1-5 p.m., for painting. Regular operating hours will resume Feb. 27. Baby Boot Camp Have a dynamic day about you and your baby, Feb. 24, 9 a.m.-4 p.m. This is an interdisciplinary taught class to learn effective techniques to help mothers to feel more confident about birthing, breastfeeding, bringing home and caring for your new baby. Topics include effective comfort measures for labor, delivery and birthing in Germany, basic infant care and considerations for parenting and family relations. Call DSN 4313518/3362 or civ. 07031-15-3518/3362 25 / Saturday Black History Month observance Sir Waldo Weathers, a saxophone player who played with the James Brown Band for 15 years, is coming to perform at the Exchange, Panzer Kaserne, noon – 2 p.m. This event is hosted in conjunction with U.S. AFRICOM. Westphalia beer tasting & buffet Experience the taste of Westphalia through four traditional beers Kelley Club, Kelley Barracks, 5 – 9 p.m., with four .25 liters glasses: Früh Kölsch


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Contact the USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs Office for assistance. For all announcements in this issue, please call ahead for any late schedule changes. (Köln), Diebels Altbier (Düsseldorf ), Hövels Original (Dortmund), and Warsteiner Pils (Warstein). Buffet includes finger foods, potato salad and French fries, assorted fruits, dessert and salad bar. Call DSN 421-4660 or civ. 0711-729-4660.

town’s cobbled streets past museums and open shops. Price for members/ non-members: 25/30 euros, which covers the bus and the start card for the morning walk (the old town walk is an additional 2 euros. To sign up, email

Feldberg ski/snowboard adventure Ski Feldberg with Outdoor Recreation, 6 a.m. – 9 p.m. Trip includes transportation and ski/snowboard equipment package rental from ODR, Panzer Kaserne. $119 per adult, $99 per youth 17 and under, and $60 SWPC/ASAP. Call DSN 4312774 or civ. 07031-15-2774.

15 / Wednesday Kelley Hotel The Kelley Hotel is now tentatively scheduled to re-open March 15. The refurbishing project continues. For lodging needs before then, please contact the Panzer Hotel front desk at DSN 431-3490 or civ. 07031-15-3090.

MARCH 3 / Friday Become an ARC lifeguard Become an American Red Crosstrained lifeguard. A pre-assessment takes place March 3, 4:30-5:30 p.m., at the Sindelfingen pool. The ARC course is designed to teach lifeguarding responsibilities and rescue skills, including CPR/AED for the professional rescuer certification. On the pre-assessment day, participants must be able to swim 300 yards using freestyle and breaststroke; swim 20 yards, dive 7-10 feet, retrieve a 10 pound object and swim 20 yards back to the starting point (head out of water), and climb out of the pool without using the steps or ladder within one minute 40 seconds; and tread water for two minutes without using arms or hands. Participants must be 15 or older by completion of the class (proof required). For more information, call the ARC Stuttgart station at DSN 431-3054/2812 or civ. 0703-15-2812. 4 / Saturday

18 / Saturday ARC First Aid classes Sign up now for Red Cross adult and pediatric first aid/CPR/ AED simulation learning, Mar. 18, 9 a.m. to noon. Classes are for the first half of 2017 are posted. Two more first aid classes take place Mar. 28 at 9 a.m. to noon and 5:30-8:30 p.m. Call DSN 431-2812 or civ. 07031-15-2812.

23 / Thursday Need a job? Find work at the Stuttgart Job Fair, March 23, on Patch Barracks at the Schwabian Special Events Center, Bldg. 2505, sponsored by the USAG Stuttgart Family and Morale, Recreation and Welfare, and the Stuttgart chapter of the Association of the United States Army. The fair is open to all service members departing military service (retiring or leaving service), civilian employees and their family members. In addition to the fair, workshops on financial planning, resume writing, strategic planning and transition will be offered. For more information and to find out which employers will be in attendance, email


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Rothenburg ob der Tauber

Volksmarch Rothenburg Join the Stuttgart German-American Wandering Club for a volksmarch at Rothenburg ob der Tauber, a charming town always worth a visit. The three trails in the morning are outside the walls, and in the afternoon, folks may also do the 11k Altstadtwanderung (old town walk) which winds through the

4 / Thursday Breakfast at Patch The National Prayer Breakfast takes place at the Patch Community Club, 7:30 a.m. The event is open to all community members.

ONGOING Tax Center now open The Tax Center on Kelley Barracks is open weekdays, 9 a.m.-5 p.m., to assist service members E-6 and below with free 2016 tax filing services. Higher ranking military personnel, DoD civilians and family member ID cardholders in the Stuttgart military community

should call for availability. For more information, call the Stuttgart Law Center DSN 421-2817 or civ. 711-729-421-2817.

Court Maintenance The Kelley Fitness Center basketball court is currently underoing scheduled maintenance and will not be accessible until the end of the month. Some fitness classes may not be available. Call DSN 421-2543 or civ. 0711-729-2543. Storytime at the Library Help your little ones get a head start on early reading skills by attending the Robinson Barracks Library’s weekly preschool story times. Storytime helps children build confidence, learn socialization skills, and make friends, while caregivers get a chance to meet their peers. Story time is fun for everyone! Robinson Barracks Library: Wednesdays - all ages Storytime, 11-11:30 a.m.; 3-3:30 p.m., Fridays; Preschool Storytime (and crafts!), 11 11:30 a.m. Patch Barracks Library: Wednesday mornings - 10:30 - 11 a.m., 11 - 11:30 a.m.

Sign up for USAG Stuttgart email U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart’s community online and print news publication, “The Citizen,” is updated daily with announcements on services, programs, events and information for the Stuttgart military community living both on and off-post. People are encouraged to use a non-. mil email to ensure delivery of information on garrison activities. Those who have previously subscribed with an email that ends in may no longer receive updates due to recent computer and operating system restrictions. Visit on the homepage right panel to sign up to stay informed. Visit the garrison Facebook page Find out what’s going on in your community and “like” what you see on the USAG Stuttgart Facebook page. To join the conversation, visit USAGarrisonStuttgart.

The Citizen, February 23, 2017 Kelley Sewer repair project Maple Strasse is closed near Bldgs. 3309 and 3310. The street will be twoway traffic up to the work area. This detour will continue through April. Patch Ski Club The Patch Ski Club offers many organized trips to get outdoors throughout the year for skiing and snowboarding, mountain biking, golfing, music festivals, wine tasting, river rafting, and more. The Patch Ski Club is a private, non-profit organization open to all U.S. ID cardholders regardless of ability level. For more information about the club and upcoming trips, visit www. SCSC Patch Thrift Shop The Patch Thrift Shop on Patch Barracks is looking for many volunteers to help with its Spring Bazaar. This year, volunteers will be eligible for red carpet shopping, 9-10 a.m., March 17, before the bazaar opens to the community. Volunteers will also be entered into a raffle for “bazaar bucks.” All others who work a shift will be entered into a volunteeronly raffle. There’s a lot of work to be done. See p. 13. The bazaar is a major source of funding for SCSC scholarships and welfare grants, so volunteers will be giving back to the community while participating in an awesome shopping experience. For questions about the Spring Bazaar, email scsc.

COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS Gatherings take place Wednesdays, 5-6:45 p.m., at the Panzer Chapel Fellowship Hall, Panzer Kaserne. For information, contact the RSO, visit services-rso.html.

Panzer Back Gate The backgate afternoon hours are: inbound (right turn only), Monday – Friday: 6:30-9:30 a.m. (regular school days, only busses are allowed to turn left at back gate from the Schönaich direction) and outbound traffic (again, right turn only), weekdays, 2:45 - 5 p.m. Patch Barracks sidewalks Ongoing repair of sidewalks and stairs connecting to Florida Straße on Patch Barracks, near Buildings 2406, 2411, and 2447, continues through July. Army Family Housing BBQ’s Work on the Kelley and Robinson Barracks barbecue areas in buildings 300–313 on Robinson Barracks, and in buildings 3400–3408 on Kelley Barracks, continues until April. POV inspection online appointments – email required Email confirmation is required for POV inspection appointments. If you have not received an email confirmation, call DSN: 475-5045/civ. 09641-835045. The link is updated on the garrison homepage at You’ll need a CAC card to use the link.

Subway construction The completion date for construction of the new Subway sandwich facility on Kelley Barracks has been extended until September. Nearby parking areas will be blocked until Vote! Overseas voters must submit the completion of the construction. a Federal Post Card Application Motorists should use the parking lot (FPCA) every calendar year. across from the commissary as an Submitting an FPCA to their state alternative. local election official will register eligible voters to vote, update their Signup for AtHOC mailing address with their state loAtHOC has self-service signcal election office, and request an up available with Common Access absentee ballot for all state and Cards online. Service members federal elections to include prima- may also enter a dependent (one ry elections for the calendar year. additional account). AtHoc alerts The FPCA can be obtained from users with emergency notifications Unit Voting Assistance Officers and multiple ways through computers the Installation Voting Assistance pop-ups, voice calls to landline and Office in Building 2913, Room 114 mobile phones, emails and text on Panzer Kaserne, or online at messages. Follow the step-by-step instructions on stuttgartcitizen. For more information, contact com, search AtHoc. Contact the the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Emergency Management Protection Installation Voting Assistance Office, Branch officer at DSN 431-2031 at DSN 431-2865 or email: usarmy. or civ. 0703-115-2031, your local stuttgart.imcom-europe.list.votecommand’s Protection Office, or visit announcements-news/servicemembers-may-now-sign-up-forYouth of the Chapel The Stuttgart Religious Support athoc-online/. Office is excited to announce Youth of the Chapel, a weekly group event that Europe Travel Alert provides fellowship opportunities and The U.S. State Department iseducation for youth in grades 7-12. sue travel alert warnings of potential

terrorist attacks throughout Europe. Visit Targets could include major events, tourist sites, restaurants, commercial centers, and transportation. As a reminder, U.S. European Command requires all DoD travelers to register in the State Departments Smart Traveler Enrollment Program (STEP) at step/. This is a free service that sends important information from the Embassy about safety conditions in countries where you live or travel, and helps the U.S. Embassy contact you in an emergency. Other useful resources for like information include the U.S. Army Europe Travel Safe site page at http:// and the USAREUR Stay Safe Facebook site at StaySafeAntiterrorism.

iReport Europe iReport is a theater-wide reporting system that Soldiers, civilians, contractors and family members in Europe can use to report suspicious behavior to the appropriate authorities. iReport is available online and as a mobile app, visit To report an imminent threat or crime in progress, immediately contact the military police or reach host-nation law enforcement by dialing commercial in Germany 112.

Page 11 Cosmic Bowling Night If you are looking for a great time in an exciting atmosphere, then join the Galaxy Bowling & Entertainment Center on Panzer Kaserne, Bldg. 2998, for Cosmic Bowling every Saturday night. Cost is $2.75 per game with $2.00 shoe rental. For more information, call DSN 431-2575 or civ. 07031-15-2575. Java “Coffee on Wheels” Conference Package Delivery available for Panzer, Kelley and Robinson. Package includes three liter Airpod Bold Roast or Mild Roast Starbucks Coffee, 12 assorted pastries of your choice and 12 cups. Condiments included. Price is $29.95 and you will receive one complimentary Loyalty Card ($4 value) off your next purchase at the Java Cafe. For more information, call DSN 4308365 or civ. 0711-680-8365. Parent Central Services Appointments Parent Central Services is taking appointments for customers as a measure to eliminate wait times. Appointments are available Mon. – Fri., 8 a.m. – 12 p.m. Walk-in customers will be seen Mon. – Fri., 1 – 5 p.m. The last customer needing new or re-registration will be seen at 4 p.m. daily. Appointments can be made by calling DSN 430-7480 or civ. 0711-680-7480.

Coming to PatCh theater Editor’s note: The movies listing was the most current at the time of publication. Dates are subject to change. Please check with your local theater online for the most upto-date schedule: http://www. Movie-Guide/showtimesPatch-Barracks.htm Thursday February 23 Fist Fight (R) 1800 Friday February 24 Collide (PG-13) 1800 Fifty Shades Darker (R) 2100

Stuttgart theatre Center Kelley Barracks BLDG. 3320 February 24 & 25

Saturday February 25

at 7:30 p.m.

The Lego Batman Movie in 3D (PG) 1500

February 26

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at 3 p.m.

Get Out (R) 2100

March 3 & 4

Sunday February 26

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Rock Dog (PG) 1500

March 5

John Wick: Chapter 2 (R) 1800

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Vintage car season is back By Laura Cambiago Spangler USAG Stuttgart Public Affairs

If you are a motorhead, chances are that you’ve heard of the upcoming Retro Classics at the Stuttgart Trade Fair (Landesmesse) and that you’re planning a visit. The 2017 edition of Europe’s largest vintage motor show is gearing up to enthuse the public on the weekend of March 2-5 with yet another staggering display of classic cars and motorcycles, newer collectibles, sports vehicles, trucks, accessories, and all kinds of automobilia. Exhibits are grouped by genre and country. Hall 6 is devoted to commercial vehicles, Hall 5 traditionally hosts American classics and U.S. automotive paraphernalia, while expo plaza,

Hall 1 gallery, part of Hall 8 and the inner open space Rothaus plaza will showcase the offer of private sellers. This year’s novelty are a made-in-Italy exhibit in Hall C2 and a matching sales area for Italian vehicles on the East Gate side of the trade fair. The offer is varied, in all price ranges, and huge, with more than 700 vehicles up for sale. Buyers who wish to roar off proudly in their brand-new purchase can do so after a pit stop at the vehicle registration stand of the Böblingen County Administration in Hall 6. Special exhibitions will be staged throughout the expo. Two-wheeler fans shall not miss Dr. Mechanik’s live show in Hall 5, a once-in-alifetime chance to witness the birth of a motorcycle, from the initial design to the final product, or the

“Historic Bikes with British Accent” exhibit presented by the Allgemeiner Motorradsport Club Leonberg. After last year’s successful premiere, Retro Classics 2017 will feature an auction day in Hall 4 on March 3 starting at 3 p.m. Collectors and would-be are welcome to bid for rare classic treasures like a Mercedes-Benz 190 SL or a rare Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale, as well as for more affordable and recent models of the 1970s and 1980s. Organizers Auction & Markt call them “youngtimers” and stress their popularity among an increasing number of buyers looking for the dream car of their teen years - but also among non-buyers. “In addition to the pure thrills and the triumph in the event of a successful bid, an auction

ultimately provides an opportunity to meet a large number of likeminded people from the car scene and talk shop,” spokesman Günter Kaufmann said. Retro Classics caters to an international public and is considered a must for motor fans. In 2016, it reached a total of 90,000 visitors and 800 journalists, but organizers expect to set new record figures this year. Doors open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 2; then daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. through March 5. Single tickets are priced €18, family tickets €40. Free admission for kids 6 years and younger. Further information at www., online tickets at visitors/service/admission-tickets.

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New vendors, more products offered at 2017 Spring Bazaar Stuttgart Community Spouses’ Club

STUTTGART — The 2017 Stuttgart Spring Bazaar, featuring more than 60 vendors, is coming to Patch Barracks, March 17-19. Sponsored by the Stuttgart Community Spouses’ Club and U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Family and Morale, Recreation and Welfare, the Bazaar will take place in the Patch Fitness Center and in two tents in the surrounding parking lot. For all three days, it opens at 10 a.m.; it closes Friday at 7 p.m., Saturday at 8 p.m. and Sunday at 4 p.m. Vendors will offer a wide variety of products, including antiques, home décor, jewelry, artwork, cheese, wine, pottery and more. Several new vendors have been added to the mix this year, bringing refurbished furniture from Italy, 3D art, gourmet vinegars and mustards, and red ceramics from Sicily. The Spring Bazaar is a major source of funding for SCSC scholarships and welfare grants. In 2015/2016, more than $385,000 in Bazaar and Thrift Shop proceeds were given back to the community by SCSC. Shopping at the Spring Bazaar will be helping to give back to the community while participating in an awesome shopping experience. The Spring Bazaar is open to all valid military ID cardholders (including service members on TDY orders), NATO forces and civilians.

Shoppers may bring guests, but guests are not allowed to make purchases. Service animals are allowed. Credit cards, dollars and euros are accepted. Volunteer sign-ups have been underway since Jan. 24. From set up on March 8 to the tear-down on March 21, hundreds of volunteers are needed to help the Bazaar run smoothly. This year, people who volunteer will be eligible for “Red Carpet” shopping, 9-10 a.m., March 17, before the Spring Bazaar opens to the public. There’s a lot of work to be done, so volunteers are encouraged to sign up for one or more shifts.

Photos courtesy of Stuttgart Community Spouses’ Club

The 2017 Spring Bazaar is an opportunity to stock up on assorted pottery.

Volunteers and vendors For Vendors: The application period for the 2017 Spring Bazaar has closed. To have your business placed on the list for 2018 applications, please send an email to scsc.bazaarchair@ Include your company name, email address, website/Facebook link, and a description of what you sell. Interest applications will be available in June 2017. If you'd like to volunteer, please click on the “volunteer tab” at www. Build a village from a big selection of classic German homes, shops, churches and famous buildings.

Sellers earn scratch at Patch during community flea market By Martha Povich FMWR U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart

STUTTGART — Shoppers found bargains and sellers decluttered at the annual Community Flea Market inside the Patch Community Club, Feb. 11. A total of 32 participating community members gathered their personal treasures, packed them into their POV's and carried it all into the club ballroom. Once everything was set up in the best way possible, and with great hopes of selling everything and making a bit of pocket change, the doors opened and community members went shopping. Participants were encouraged to post on social media, tell their friends and work colleagues, as in the past at the flea markets held on Kelley and Robinson Barracks. The early bird shoppers had the best choices at the uncrowded start, and all of the sellers made sales, some better than others depending on their offerings. These flea markets are, and

More flea markets around the corner

Photo courtesy Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation

The ballroom at the Patch Community Club was bustling with sellers, buyers and tons of deals for bargain seekers at the Community Flea Market, Feb. 11. The flea markets have been a popular community event for a decade.

have been, awesome for the Stuttgart military community for ten years now. Check out the future

dates, watch for announcements and prepare to buy or sell the things you need.

• April 29 — In conjunction with the Month of the Military Child and Child, Youth and School Services Springfest at The HUB, Patch Barracks. The theme will be “For KidZ Only!” It will feature baby, children's and youth items! • May 20 — In conjunction with the Cobblestone Classic Run from Patch to Panzer, the event will take place on the Panzer Exchange side terrace and sidewalks. • Aug. 26 — Together with the annual C.A.R.E. Fair in the Patch Fitness Center Gymnasium, the flea market will be in The HUB parking lot. • Nov. 4 — At the Panzer Fitness Center Gymnasium, “Wintervention” — a community flea market with a winter activity twist. This event is currently in the concept phase, so watch this space.

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March 11 & 13 Zweibruecken, Landesgestuet Zweibruecken Don’t miss the Pferdegala (horse gala) in Zweibruecken on March 11 from 19:00 and March 12 from 11:00. An amazing show for the whole family awaits you, including spectacular performances, stud show and more. The breed presentation includes Arabs, Ardennes, Friesian, Icelandic, Quarter and Spanish horses. For tickets and more info, visit

EVENTS Weekly market Sat, Feb 25 Stuttgart, city center The city of Stuttgart has around 30 weekly markets offering fresh food like fruits, vegetables, fish, cheeses, bakery goods, etc., as well as international specialties and takeaways. The market in the city center is held on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 7 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. For more information, visit City walk & indoor market Sat, Feb 25 Stuttgart, city center Stuttgart is a beautiful city and has two magnificent palaces, fountains and gardens and so much more. This tour will take you to all the highlights as well as the indoor market. The tour is approximately and hour and half and in English. Ticket price is €10.50. Tour starts at 11 a.m. For more information go to Rose Monday party Mon, Feb 27 Stuttgart, Mash As every year, the Gesellschaft Zigeunerinsel in Mash takes places on February 27. Those with a Mash ticket get in free. There is music, a dance group, bar and so much more. Party starts at 7 p.m. Put on your best Fasching costume and join the traditional German fun. For more information visit, to www.

Carnival parade Tue, Feb 28 Stuttgart, City center Experience Stuttgart’s traditional Faschingsumzug (carnival parade) with costumed musicians and dancers starting at 2 p.m. on February 28. The carnival society “Möbelwagen” (moving van), which has been organizing the annual parades since 1897, is the oldest in the region of Württemberg. The parade will move through the whole city center and will end with a huge party. For more information go to Swim like a mermaid Tue, Feb 28 Filderstadt, Fildorado Which girl hasn’t dreamt of being a mermaid for a day? In Fildorado on February 28, you can do just that. Come between 9:30 a.m. and 4 p.m. and let yourself be transformed. Learn how to swim underwater as a mermaid. You can also have your faces painted. Registration is required. Price is €12 to become a mermaid and €3 for face painting. Either phone 0711-707096919 or go to Euro Dance Festival Wed, Mar 1 – Sun, Mar 5 Rust, Europa-Park Don’t miss Europe’s biggest dance festival from March 1 to 5 at the theme park Europa-Park in Rust. About 90 dance workshops for Salsa, hip hop, tango, break-dance and many more will be offered as well as fantastic shows. For more details go to

Retro Classics Thu, Mar 2 – Sun, Mar 5 Stuttgart, Messe Stuttgart Check out Europe’s greatest classic car exhibition from March 2 to 5 in Stuttgart. Some of the greatest car legends from all over the world will be present, including some with classic elegance and hot curves. See neo classics, young timers, American cars, as well as contemporary cars. To find out more about the event and for tickets go to Tattoo convention Sat, Mar 4 – Sun, Mar 5 Ludwigsburg, Forum Looking to touch up your tattoo or possibly getting one? Come to the Tattoo Convention in Stuttgart from March 4 to 5. These tattoo artists are coming from all over, including Peru, Mexico, Greece, and of course Germany. Not into tattoos, why not opt for a piercing then? Opening hours are Saturday from noon until midnight and Sunday from noon until 8 p.m. Ticket price for the day is €15. For more info go to Marzipan and chocolate tour Tue, Mar 7 Bad Liebenzell, Marzipan & Chocolate museum Ever wonder how fresh truffles and marzipan are made? Come to Bad Liebenzell and get an insight on how exactly this is made. Every first Tuesday of the month you can walk through the museum, and gather all the information you’ve always wanted to know. The tour includes marzipan and chocolate tasting. Price per person is €2.50 and starts at 1:30 pm. The tour is

about 30 – 60 min long. For more info go to SPORTS Soccer Sun, Feb 26 Stuttgart, Mercedes Benz Arena VfB Stuttgart Bundesliga team is playing against 1. FC Kaiserslautern on February 26. The game starts at 1:30 p.m. Ticket price starts at €7. For tickets go to Basketball Sat, Mar 4 Stuttgart, Sporthalle West Shooting hoops can be so much fun. MTV Stuttgart is playing on March 4 against REWE Aupperle Fellbach. The game starts at 7:30 p.m. For more info about the game and tickets go to CONCERTS Sting Wed, Mar 29 Stuttgart, Porsche-Arena Sting is back and going on tour. He will be in Stuttgart on March 29 at PorscheArena. Show starts at 8 p.m. For more info and tickets go to The Kooks Sun, May 21 Stuttgart, LKA/Longhorn The British indie-rock band the Kooks are going on tour this year. See them live on May 21. Show starts at 8 p.m. For more information go to

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Little Chocolate Cakes (low carb version)

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4 -5 tablespoons of vegetable oil 7/8 cup ground almonds 4 tablespoons cocoa powder 2 teaspoons baking powder 2 tablespoons of baking stevia or another source of sweetener A dash of salt 2 whole vanilla pods 2 medium eggs 1/2 cup coconut milk 2 tablespoons crème fresh 1 pomegranate 2 cups papaya, diced into ¼ inch cubes Powdered sugar for garnish 2 tablespoons lemon/lime juice

Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius or 160 Celsius on convection oven. Cover all sides of

4 x 4-four inch ceramic baking dishes with oil. Mix ground almonds with cocoa powder, baking powder, salt and sugar substitute. Cut vanilla pods in half. Scoop out center of each pod. Whisk eggs a bit so that they are a little creamy. To the eggs, add creme fresh, coconut milk, four tablespoons of vegetable oil, and center of vanilla pods. Mix well. Add dry ingredients to egg mixture. Divide between the four ceramic baking forms. In the middle level of the oven, bake for 15 minutes for convection oven. For normal oven, bake 18 minutes. Remove from oven and let rest until they are cooled. Garnish with powdered sugar. Remove the seeds of the pomegranate. Put in bowl and add papaya. Add a bit of stevia and lemon/lime juice. Top each cake with fruit mixture. You have a nice low carb dessert!

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Ingredients for 4 people

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Philips Energy Light Treatment Lamp (Model#3319 same us Model#3318 sold in US) Helps Fight German Winter Blues, *happy light* Feel energetic as on a sunny day! Barely used like NEW. Pick up in Bruchmuehlbach (near Landstuhl), $159 obo, text system (w/out screws.Photo not Large German Doll House, 015227731438 good:/Rectanglar. Orig. Box. $300.00, phone: 017643960244, New.Great for keeping your Garaemail: ge/Basement organized. Porcelain dolls, over 100 to chooLaundry Basket Blue. Very se from, all dressed. Price Obo Sturdy. 21"x17".2 Handles. Call: 0176-90796039 Mizuno Nine Spike Baseball Mantel Clock, Mantel clock from Cleats, Baseball Softball Spikes Rosina Wachtmeister Glass Cat the 60 era. Key wind chines on Cleats Sneakers, 67273 Weisen- Pair. Can be used with Metal Stathe half and full hour., $70.00 heim am Berg Germany, $€ ke (incl.) or without.32"High. 20.00, phone: 01623305535, ebel, Germany. Orig. Box. email: brethelenius@google Looking for an Adventure? We are an Adventure Travel Company specialized in Active and AdvenSALE 3 day ticket for North Sea ture Travel to Scandinavia. We MTD Lawnmower, Lawn Mower Jazz Festival Rotterdam 7 - 9 Jul provide travel opportunities and must sell, $75.00, email: frozency 2017, €200, email: the experts to make your Travel "A Tour to Remember". Our guided Tours will give you an authen- Must Sell, Swarovski crystal at tic experience! Winter Adventure half the value given by the Single bed and shelf, $150, Travel to Swedish Lapland have Swarovski company! The last two email: flights included, for all other Tours Retired pieces, whale $690, turtle flights can be added for your con- $150. Both for $755. Will accept venience. We offer group- and in- best offers $/€: call 06332-41560 Sit up exercise machine. Very dividual Tours. Children are welco- between 9am to 8pm. Can deliver good condition!, €35.00, phone: me based on your choice of Tour! to RAB! Home number: 06371 9466724, 0711-745-7602, email: info@travel email:, www.traveltoad Official New York Mets Jerseys and Equipment, Majestic Jerseys, Size: 48Color: Black Condition: Mardi Gras Masquerade@Ram lg equipment bags, batting tee, Like New (worn only once) stein EClub, 25 Feb. Come out helmets, Catcher's Gear, Knee Sa- and join us for a night you won't vers, $200 Contact BretHelenius@ forget! DJ Big Red on the 1's and Soviet Russian Mig/Tu95 Cold 2's, hosted by Mrs.Dizzy! Prince War Era Fighter/Bomber cockpit Tribute the amazing K'bana Blaq. $240.00, phone: Costume contests, prizes!Call Old Lunch Box, $15.00, phone: clock, email: 480-2333 or 06371472333 for 017643960244, email: spvendor@ 01605118998, tickets

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The Citizen, February 23, 2017

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Small storage containers with drawers. 5 Euros., €5 Euros, phone: Home number: 06371 9466724, email: nannyreg@hot

Snow Shoes. Universal Size. Twice Used.Great Condition. Like New. Snowman light, unused, recieved as a gift, batter operated, about 6.5" tall, 4" wide, changes colors red-green-blue-purple-more, cute item. Pictures online. Text 0162923-78-82 or Email apple_pye2@ Spin bike, $150, email: Sports Bag Nike. New. Stationary bike, $$50.00, email:


Storage Glass with Lid. 14cm Unwanted and Unused Gift: High, 7cm Diameter. WMF Cookware Set. Covered Low Casserole 16cm+20cm. High Casserole Sugar / Jam Bowl (1) with vered Saucepan Lid.Germany. Perfect Condition: 16cm+20cm+24cm. No Chips, No Cracks. 16cm. Suitable for all stovetops, including induction.Cold Handles of Stainless Steel. Dishwasher Tools, €15.00 Euros., phone: Ho- and Oven Safe. Orig. Box. NEW. me number: 06371 9466724, email: Total Gym XLS - Universal Home Unwanted and Unused Gift: Gym for Total Body Workout, Push-Button Coffee/Tea Dispen$150.00, email: battersbyr@hot ser. Stainless Steel. For Hot and Cold Drinks. With Handle. 2.2ltr.Orig. Box. NEW. Tripod, Mackenbach Germany, $10, email: Unwanted and Unused Gift: SpiTV Storage Case.12 Handles.4 ralizer 3 extremely sharp interCasters. Foam Interior. Black. changeable inserts between 1.5Heavy Duty Quality. Very Sturdy. 5.5mm. Adjustable Blade tornado Fits TV Size up to 42". Perfect blade, spaghetti blade and thick Condition. Used it twice. blade. 2 stainless steel corers. 4 49"L.x31"H.x14.5"Deep. Great Non-slip suction feet to ensure Condition. Selling for a Reasonastability. Orig. Box. NEW. ble Price Offer. chefsteven2015@ UNITED AIRLINES Original Stain- Unwanted and Unused Gift:Gerless Steel Travel Mug! **NEW** man Beer Stein Octoberfest.DeVERY RARE, with car plug to corative Pewter Lid (Carriage).LiEdition.Heavy Quali keep drinks hot, Great for cars, mited ty.10"High.chefsteven2015@ boats and caravans, Spill + drip proof lid design! Fits all standard

Unwanted Gift: New Krups Sandwich Maker FDK 451. Very easy to clean. Orig. Box. User Guide.

Viking Longship in Bottle. 22 Carat Gold.11"Long. Britain Handmade. Orig. Box. New.

Unwanted Gift: Push-Button Coffee/Tea Dispenser. Stainless Steel. For Hot and Cold Drinks. With Handle. 2.2ltr. Orig. Box. NEW.

Wall mounted Cycle Rack. Never Used 15 EUROS, €15 Euros, phone: Home number: 06371 9466724, email: nannyreg@hot

Unwanted Gift: Serving Plate. Weber Charcoal Grill. Black.Ideal Stainless Steel. 16.5"x12". portable grill for cookouts, parties and car camUnwanted Gift: Swarovski Cry- ping.14.5".37cm.Orig. Box. NEW. stal Mouse. Collectible Edition. Made in Austria. Orig. Box. NEW.

cup holders! €10, call/text 0152- Unwanted and Unused Gift:NEW 04445052 WMF Knife Set with Storage Unwanted and Unused Gift: V&B Block (Wood).9 Pieces.Blades maCeramic X-MAS Ornament Set: de from Forged Special Blade in Germany.Orig. German male/female Gingerbread Steel.Made Ornaments. 4"High. Villeroy & Boch Germany. NEW. Orig. Box. Unwanted and Unused Gift:WMF winter scarves spring & summer Chef's Knife.Blade:8".Blade:For- scarves designer scarves printed Unwanted and Unused: Baking ged Special Blade Steel.Hand- scarves, 65760 Frankfurt, $0, Dish 30cm. Enamel.Cut Resistant. le:Stainless Steel.Made in Germa- email: Kaiser, Germany.


Unwanted Gift: WMF Colander with 3 Feet and 2 Handles. StainAll ads & pics on less Steel. Dishwasher Safe. Also great as fruit bowl. NEW. 4 PC Sectional Couch sleeper set with matching lounge chair Used200 Euros or best offer - SeUnwanted and Unused Gift: Bottcond owner - U pickupAm Woogle Chiller. Double Walled. Stainbach 1A 67374 Hanhofen Germaless Steel Ring. Fits Bottles Up to nyTel: 06344508538 or 1.5ltr. Heavy Quality. Orig. Box. 01708070172email: jeffreyghezzi@ NEW. Unwanted Gift: Bottle Chiller. 8 Drawer Dresser. Lots of StoraDouble Walled. Stainless Steel ge Space. Each 45"H. x29"W. Ring. Fits Bottles Up to 1.5ltr. x14"D. pic. shows 2 Dressers. Heavy Quality. Orig. Box. NEW. Valentines Day Special Of- Adjustable Full/Queen Size Bed. Footboard and fer(20%off) for Clutches Card Hol- Headboard, ders & all summer Products @ RAILS. Cherry Wood.Very Sturdy. Krystall Soamas, scarves cotton Assembly is easy, no tools requiMade in USA. scarf silk & wool scarves cashme- red. re scarf long scarf wraps scarf Black and beige rug, large, €175, 4 1/2 meter long and 3 meters wide. email: isabell_1_98@ya or call 017622987498

NEW. ny.Orig. Box.NEW. WMF Appetiser Dish. Glass. Dining room pine, $1000, email: NEW.

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The Citizen, February 23, 2017 Sofa, $150.00, phone: 0176-531- Please apply by going to:https:// 44201, email: cdpertab@ya jobs/1054/information-assurancespecialist/job Tall Storage Cupboard. 2 Doors. 5 Adjustable Shelves. 194cm H. x 72cm W. x 36cm D. Lots of Stora- Pharmacy Technician (Bi-Lingual ge Space. Great Condition. German/English) - Ramstein Air Base, Phone: 5139841800, email resume to Nichol Mulligan via TV Stand / End Table with Shelf. email at nmulligan@sterlingmed With 4Wheels. 20.5"W.x16"D. x23" High. Very Sturdy. SALES REPRESENTATIVE, FullTV Stand with 4 Wheels. 3 Le- Time, at AMERICAN PATRIOT, vels. 46.5"W.x15"D.x20"H. Great Defense Contractor in Europe, Living Room Schrank €500; Ta- Condition. chefsteven2015@ phone: 8306853430, email: ds@ ble & 6 Chairs €200; China Cabi- net (High) €250; China Cabinet (Low) €250; Coffee Table €50;TV Two vintage solid wood chairs To apply for this position, go Stand €30. All solid natural pine. with gold velour upholstery on seto:https://careers-envistaSold separate or as set €1200, at cushion and back (on front and Call Scott 01622972951 rear). Matches well with other antison-mission-information-systemsque furniture. See photos on FIG Maple table, 65232 Taunusstein %28gmis%29-services-supportGermany, $$250, classifieds web page. Contact %28system-administration%29/ Eric and Mia at 063759949676, job $60 for both, Marble Top Coffee Table Like New Picture attached does not re- Unique old german apothecary To apply for this position, please flect real valued item. Comes with schrank, 6 drawers w/ glass to go to:https://careers-envistaa corresponding End Table with see contents, 67661 Kaiserslau- type Marble Top to match tern, $245 OBO, email: gene@the son-mission-information-systemsas a set-Have to see to take this %28gmis%29-services-supportaway at a bargain price Both for %28system-administrator%29/job 250€uro. email: Jim.Barrante@ Wall Clock from KARE Design, $80.00, phone: 017684658955, To apply, go to:https://careersemail: One-of-a-kind rustique solid wood dining table - seats 8 Wool Carpet 1.70 m X 2.30 m or it-specialist/job people67661 Kaiserslautern, $499 5'6" X 7'5", Wool Carpet, $85.00, OBO, email: gene@theGilmores.fa phone: +4915224855197, email: mily

German Leather Sleeper Couch Midnight Blue, Bought Apr 09 €2100, selling for €500 OBO, 190 cm length X 87 cm height X 90 All ads & pics on cm deep, Single owner, Must pick up, Like new condition, phone: Brown 3-seater sofa w/ 2 wall- 06227881406, email: hugger recliners, 67661 Kaisers-, lautern Germany, $399 OBO, pictures available upon request email: Klein Paris - baby grand piano Cabana Design Kara TV Shrunk built probably beginning 1900'sin 142x115x63, 90613 Grosshabers- excellent condition - just cleaned, dorf Germany, €150, phone: voiced and tuned67661 Kaisers09105 993387, email: jeffreymud lautern, $749 OBO, email: gene@


Coffee Table with Magazine Shelf and Glass Center Piece.4x2ft.16"High.Very Sturdy. Couch (sleeper) and Loveseat set, FREE to a good home. Rust colored with wood trim., phone: 063039995061, email: shelgenu@ You must haul it away. Debbie Dining Set.


Disney Cars Kids Office Swivel Chair Lightning McQueen *Back to School* Gently used only $15, call/text/iMessage 0152-0444505 Drawer wicker Tower Marrone/ Beige 37 (W) x 37 (T) x 94 (H) cm 5 drawers high quality wickerlook drawers ist 30(W) x 31 (L) x 15 (H) cm high bethmary100@ Kitchen Schrank brand new €500, phone: 06227881406, email: Eye_Want2Sell2U@out, pictures available on request


Pull out sofa bed, Queen sleeper sofa vinyl excellent condition, $500.00, email: mcdonnells@hot

All ads & pics on 2001 BMW R1150RT;38000km (German spec cycle);Excellent cond;$4400/OBO (just reduced!);Stuttgart area, thomas621@


Youth Bedroom Set, Youth BeAll Weather Motorcycle Jacket, droom Set, $150.00, phone: $50.00, phone: 017643960244, +4915224855197, email: king email:



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Find-It Guide Distributor, Part-Time, at Advantipro GmbH, Part Time Delivery Distribution, email:



Heavy duty dog crate, $400, email:

AdvantiPro is looking for a distributor for The Citizen in Stuttgart. Are you friendly, reliable and enjoy service to the community? If you are in good shape, able to lift bundles of newspapers and are looking for a mini-job (2 - 4 days a month) - get in touch with us! Send your resume to or fax to: 0631-30 33 55 44


There have been reports of pets being sold from breeding facilities that are not managed at the highest professional standards. Please choose your pet carefully. Make sure you check the credentials of the people selling the pet, and get proper paperwork showing shots and/ or other proof of healthy condition. For further advice, consult your Veterinarian.

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Custom Aluminum Dog cage for your SUV, Pets Cage Auto SUV transport, 09096 Wiesbaden, $600, email: marks_scott@ya

Cat tree, new, Stacked set of 3 pivot-able boxes with cubby holes, 48" tall, cubbies are 13", 16" and 18" cubed, costs 150-Euro at Fresnapp, cats just don't like it, soft fluffy inside fabric, part of outside is scratching pads. Asking: 115$ Text 0162-923-78-82 or Email Dog Feeder. Adjustable Bowl Height to your Dog's Needs. Perfect for Growing Puppies or Senior Dogs. 2 Stainless Steel Bowls (Dishwasher Safe). Each Bowl (1.6Qt.). 17.4"H.x15.7"L.x18.8"W. Very Sturdy. Orig. Box. NEW. Dog transporter, brand new, €50. Can deliver to Ramstein, call between 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. 0633241560 German Shephard Pups, Ramstein-Miesenbach Germany, €1500, email: rashaad081306@ya Pet carrier - small to medium size. excellent condition, 15" x 15.5" x 21" approx, used a few times for car travel, airline authorized but we never flew with it, no cracks or chips, few scuff marks. Please text 0162-923-78-82 or by Email to Siberian Husky Puppies For Sale ., Siberian Husky Puppies For Sale ., $300, email: jesjenlomy@

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES All ads & pics on Professional Services are offered by registered businesses as well as private people. To ensure a satisfactory service experience, please always ask for credentials and deny payments up front. For cleaning services, arrange for payments after a final walk-through and inspection of the clean house. Ballet Intensive, phone: 01757775211, email: gracestudio Ballet Workshop, 110 Weilerbacher Str. 67661 Kaiserslautern Germany, phone: 0175-7775211, email: gracestudionews@ Chiropractor, Chiropractic, Palmer Grad, English speaking, American, Stuttgart, Germany, phone: 015228537071, email: hp.rlight German language classes & private tutoring, cultural classes (e.g. regional cooking and musical education) for adults & children, phone: +49 178 1383039, email: staebler@edi


US & German Divorces • Support Issues Wills and Probate • Employment • EEO • MSPB Personal Injury • Contractor Issues • Tax

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The Citizen, February 23, 2017 Family friendly and new-built! Semi-detached home near base, 4 bd, 2.5 bth, 159 sq meters, terrace, balcony, fireplace, built-in kitchen and more! Wiesbaden-Erbenheim 65205 Wiesbaden Germany, €2650, phone: 06192 9586615, email: lorraine.bilo@re

PROFESSIONAL SERVICES All ads & pics on Clinical Psychologist / Cognitive Behavioral Therapist in Berlin available for Skype and Factime sessions. Specialize in depression & mania, anxiety, PTSD, marietal issues, personality disorders, burn out, OCD and ADD. 75€. More info: ENGLISH TUTOR with more than 15 years' experience BEGINNER TO ADVANCED LEVEL OF CLASSES Available for Skype classes English reading, writing, grammar, pronunciation and conversation IELTS and CAE exam preparation - Proof reading and editing services 20 euro/ hour German Lessons, €45, email: nna Grace Studio Spring Semester, Yoga Pilates German lessons Ballet Jazz Dance Ballroom Modern Contemporary Tap, 110 Weilerbacher Str. 67661 Kaiserslautern Germany, $0, phone: 01757775211, email: balletmaster1@ya Kinder Art. Creative and classical hands-on art instruction combined w/ exposure to various musical generes. 90 minute classes weekly. Contact Snhch@hot NOLLYWOOD BEAUTY SALON, BEAUTY SALON NAIL ANS SPA ACCESSORIES BEAUTY SUPPLY HAND BAGS, $00, email: Private airplant for rent, Flighttime, Charter flight Private jet on rent Charter rental service Luxury Travel Flighttime, phone: 0494292811190, email: flightti

1BR Temporary Apartment Stuttgart, 1 bd, 1 bth, sq meters, Nagelstrasse 1 70182 Stuttgart Ger- FOR SALE Duplex house with many, phone: +49 711 4101 granny-flat, 9 bd, 5.5 bth, 390 sq 0150, email: meters, Bruchstrasse 28 66879 Rent or sell your property! Place Niedermohr Germany, €410000, your ad online with photos! phone: 06383-998358, email: 2Br/1Ba House with backyard, in Huetschenhausen only minutes from Ramstein Air Base. Fully fur- Free Standing House Descriptinished, in a quiet neighborhood. on: links to the motorway, located You can rent daily, weekly or in a quiet side streetof the new monthly. Ideal when family is visi- housing estate in Kaiserslauternting and you need extra space or Siegelbach. Spacious & bright liare you PSCing? Call 0159-0110- ving rms. Open living room w/ 0429 high ceilings & the impressive Apartment in Mackenbach for glass facade overlooking garden Rent., 2 bd, 1 bth, 94 sq meters, & terrace.BIK w/ modern equip€500, email: guidoscheer@ ment. The master bedroom w/ bath en suite & dressing room. It is w/ its photovoltaic system enerAttention Attention... for nature getically to date. Has a car port w/ lovers only! Full furnished freedirect access to the house. Built: standing house in Stelzenberg!, 2 2011, 195 m². Property 600 m², bd, 1 bth, 142 sq meters, Stelzen3BRs: Phone: +49 631 41 40 13berg, €1, phone: 01756510001, 12 Mobile: +49 159 010 20677 email: Email: Beautiful new townhouse with mInternet: www.engelvoel terrace and small garden incl. Gar- Imden house. First floor: entrance mobilien GmbHLizenzpartner der hall with guest WC, living / dining Engel & Voelkers Immobilien room and built-in kitchen. Second GmbH floor: bathroom with bathtube and walk-in shower, two bedrooms and additional storage space / wardrobe. Third floor: bathroom Homes of America Realty Group, with walk-in shower and two be- America Vacation Rentals, $00, rentalshomesofamerica@ drooms. Extra storage space un- email: der the roof. 1 Parking lot and 1 carport. Monthly rent 1275,- € excluding utilities; 2 months deposit, available from 15.03.2017Rented House/Sale €405.000: Geotherby owner, no broker fee. For more mal; cul-de-sac; 5 min. RAB/Mainformation and appointments: ckenbach; white/grey house/9yrs; 4-bds/2 full bath; garage; 2fences+landscaping +Japanese Built in 1906 & renovated in 2016, Casa Chiara II was home to garden/NO LAWN; attic; gallery Italian Partisans (Partigiani) who foyer/entrance w/ spiral staircase; fought as part of the resistance 2 closets/ 20 small closets : Msg: movement (Resistenza) against 06374-991073

Rhythmic Gymnastics workshop, 110 Weilerbacher Str. 67661 Kaiserslautern Germany, €15, phone: 0175-7775211, email: the occupying German Army & the Italian Facist Puppet Regime during the later years of Top piece, Wedding & top piece WWII.This luxurious home has bebride and groom, email: annelien en compl. renovated, w/an entire top floor added feat.2 lrg bedrms (sleeps 7), electric sky windows, wooden floors, & plenty of sunlight.In all the home sleeps 12, & has 3 full bathrms. A newly installed kitchen island, complete w/ All ads & pics on modern amenities, ideal for large/ small groups to cook, all while enReal Estate Services are offe- joying the fireplace in the adjacent red by registered businesses dining area. A lrg living rm as well as private people. To &connected winter garden allows ensure a satisfactory service one to relax & enjoy the majestic experience, please always view of the nearby mountain ranask for credentials and deny ge.This is truly comfort at a premipayments up front. um.


1 Bed Apartment for Rent in Mackenbach, 1 bd, 1 bth, 65 sq meters, €300, email: guidoscheer@ 1BR Furnished Apartment Stuttgart, 1 bd, 1 bth, 60 sq meters, Klotzstrasse 14 70190 Stuttgart Germany, phone: +49 711 4101 0150, email:

TLA / TDY Great Tempory Lodging in a Charming Historical Farmhouse in KaiserslauternRental for 1 to 5 family members, Pets are welcome, 10 mins to VogelwehPhone: +49 171 313 6996 Email: Web:

TLA Apartment, 2 bd, 2 bth, 120 sq meters, €2500, phone: 015170379826, email: BirgitBoh

Single house modern, built 2011, in Kaiserslautern-Dansenberg, living space 237 m², 2 floors, 1 big living- and dining room with kitchen in first floor, 6 bedrooms, 1 big living-room/studio with french balcony in second floor, 2 bath (one with corner tub), 2 guest-toilets, 1 utility-room, 3 corridors, big terrace (41 m2) with free view, big yard, balcony in second floor, satellite-equipment, high speed internet, garage and double-carport, Italian-Flagstones, modern design, floor heating with modern gas-heating-system (low consumption), door-handles and railings in high grade steel, high-quality-white doors, 2. floor with wooden-ceiling, complete lights and curtain-rods, quiet loc. near the forest, direct bus connection to Kaiserslautern, american school bus connection, appr.10 min to Vogelweh, 18 min to Ramstein air base, 5 min to Kaiserslautern central city. Rent 1910,-€, e-mail: tel: 017627378700


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The Stuttgart Harmonizers Barbershop singers, phone: 01606666236, email: ec2tel@

WANTED The Stuttgart Barbershop Harmonizers prev. EUCOM Harmonizers, now seeking new note-reading singers, all voices but in dire need of good tenors. contact Elliott Casta at 0160 666 6236 or

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