FEATURES - September 2013 Publisher Creative ink Advertising Ed Snyder Opportunity Knox Staff Laura Sanders Jennifer Palalay, Heather Whelan Iva Pearlstein, Stephanie G. J. Powell Tracy Whitaker, Michael Steinmacher William D. Corlew III, Kerry Weintraub
Wash off the summerâ€™s red hot heat with some blues and BBQ.
A Rolling Good Time Grand opening of the Sadowski Center.
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Opportunity Knox is a monthly magazine produced by the Fort Knox Family and MWR Marketing Department under the authority of AR 215-1. Facilities and activities publicized are open to authorized patrons. The purpose of Opportunity Knox is to provide current information about Fort Knox Family and MWR activities and events and to share ideas that will help readers become educated about Fort Knox Family and MWR activities. Views and opinions expressed are those of the authors. The mention or appearance of commercial advertisers, commercial sponsors, and/or their logos does not constitute endorsement by the Federal Government or the U.S. Army. The information in this issue is current at the time of publication. Activities and events are subject to change without notice.
Wet Dogs The Fort Knox Water Park has gone to the dogs.
Devers and the Boys and Girls Club Celebrate A special day for Middle School and Teen Families.
10 Gold Star â€“ A Symbol of Sacrifice
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A September 29th event to honor Gold Star Family Members.
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11 September Calendar of Events
FORT KNOX FAMILY & MWR Our Vision: The Driving Force that builds and sustains the strength of the Total Military Family.
Deliver Flexible, Innovative and Relevant Programs and Services that enable readiness and resiliency to the Total Military Family.
14 Winter Sports Sign-Up Keep your kids active this winter.
15 Job Search Starts Here Employment Readiness program
16 Best Selling Author Beverly Lewis at Barr Memorial Library Part of the Authors at Your Library series.
18 Celebrate 9 in 30 Quirky facts about September.
19 Event Program Guide
The Blues Return Fort Knox Blues Fest 2013 By Stephanie G.J. Powell
“Grab your lawn chairs and blankets for some great ear-popping blues,” announced Fort Knox Family and MWR’s Recreation Programming Team Leader, Ryan Noble. “By popular demand, MWR has brought Blues Fest back to Eastman Park!” The second annual Family event will be held at Eastman Park on September 7 and welcomes blues music from across the country. This event is free and open to the public. The afternoon kicks off at 2 p.m. with inflatables for the kids, and a double elimination Cornhole Tournament. Cornhole participants are encouraged to pre-register by using Service Xpress at www.knoxmwr.com, at ITR or by calling (502) 624-1413. Registration is also available the day of event. The cost of the tournament is $40 per team. Prizes will be awarded to the top three teams and first place wins $500, second place wins $350 and third place wins $150. Free Bourbon and spirit tastings for the event are sponsored by Brown-Forman. Bourbon, beer and drinks will also be available for purchase. The afternoon’s “blue plate special” will be available for purchase by Kentucky’s own
Moonlight Bar-B-Q Inn. Diners can expect BBQ pork and chicken, southern sides and desserts. Music performances start at 3 p.m. at the Amphitheater and include Blues greats: Kim Massie, Kenny Neal, and Grammy Award winner, Mavis Staples. Staples, a long time soul and blues singer, will perform past hits along with new music from her June released LP, One True Vine, produced by Wilco’s, Jeff Tweedy. Staples has also recently performed on The Daily Show and Conan Tonight. Attendees for the evening will enjoy music by all three performers in traditional music festival style—bring your own lawn chairs and blankets. However, dogs and coolers are prohibited. Parking for the event is at Fort Knox High School with free shuttle rides to Eastman Park and the Amphitheater. Don’t miss out on this “once in a blue moon” event! Join the Fort Knox Community for an evening of soulful blues, Bourbon, and good Ol’ Kentucky BBQ. For more information, visit www.knoxmwr.com or call (502) 624-1413.
Sadowski Center Opens
By Heather Whelan
“Shoot the Duck” and “Limbo” are only a few of the games that are played at the new Sadowski Skate Center. The center formally rolled open its doors on June 13 with a ribbon cutting ceremony when Major General, Jeff Smith; Colonel, Bruce Jenkins; and Family and MWR staff cut the ribbon and opened the doors. Over 300 children and their Families flooded the facility with enthusiasm, ready to put their skating abilities to the test. In addition, Louisville’s “Derby City Roller Girls” made an appearance and presented a demonstration, signed autographs, interacted with the crowd, and gave away tickets for their next event to one lucky fan. “We were very pleased with the turnout at the grand opening. To be able to witness Families skating and spending quality time together was a wonderful feeling. We are so delighted that MWR is able to offer this state-of-the-art facility to our Community,” said Shaunte Quaine, Sadowski Center Manager. According to the Fort Knox Public Affairs Office, the Sadowksi Center, formally known as the Sadowksi Field House, was known as one of the central points on the installation. Because of the building’s wide open space, it was the hub for playing basketball and hosting large-scale events. Legendary music artists Bing Crosby and Jerry Lee Lewis even performed for Soldiers inside this building many years ago. There is great history associated with the building as it was named in honor of Medal of Honor recipient Sergeant, Joseph Sadowski of the 37th Tank Battalion, 4th Armored Division for his heroism display on the battlefield in France during World War II. This facility has seen many Soldiers deploy and return and has had the distinct privilege of hosting dignitaries such as President, Franklin D. Roosevelt and General, George S. Patton. The Sadowski Center is available to rent with a maximum capacity of 225 people. In addition, three multi-purpose rooms are available to rent, perfect for birthday parties, business meetings, FRG
meetings and much more! The facility also features a full service snack bar and an arcade room. Private lockers are available to rent to store your personal items while you skate. Sadowksi will also be offering activities through Child, Youth & School Services (CYSS.) Dawn Caudill, Assistant Sports Director says, “We are very excited about the opportunity to use Sadowksi for our activities.” Indoor Archery has already begun at Sadowski Center through CYSS. “In addition to regular skating, the facility will also provide a venue for official functions, such as deployment and re-deployment staging areas and Change of Commands. This facility is truly a wonderful “new” asset to Fort Knox, and we encourage everyone to stop by and visit,” states Quaine. The Sadowksi Skate Center is open Thursdays from 6 -10 p.m.; Fridays from 5 – 11 p.m.; Saturdays from noon to 11 p.m.; and Sundays from 1 – 6 p.m. The cost is $3 on Thursday and Sunday and $7 on Friday and Saturday. The cost includes skate rental with unlimited skating. For more information, call (502) 624-3030.
Water Park has Gone to the Dogs!
By Stephanie G.J. Powell
It’s that time of year again when the dogs take over the Fort Knox Water Park at the fourth annual Pooch Plunge on September 7 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Help your dog beat the heat during these lazy dog days of summer with a splash in the pool! The first hour is reserved for dogs 30 pounds and under. At 10 a.m., the park will open up to dogs of all sizes. “This is a great opportunity to bring your canine friends to wash off the summer heat with a “plunge” into the pool,” said Aquatics Assistant Manager, Jasmine Elder. “We are expecting a big turnout based on the growing popularity in past years with 68 dogs in 2011 and 89 dogs in 2012!” As your doggie frolics in the sun and water, door prizes and contests that include the cutest dog, best trained dog and owner-dog look-alike will be offered. Other giveaways like free doggie bags with goodies will be given to the first 100 pooch participants. In addition, several pet organizations and vendors 7
will be on hand with free demonstrations and helpful information and tips on how to best care for your favorite pooch. Registration and signed waivers are required to participate in this event. While owners will be able to register at the door, pre-registration is preferred. In order to participate, all dogs must show proof of current shots at the time of registration. Pre-registration starts August 12 at Anderson Aquatics Center or at www.knoxmwr.com using Service Xpress. The event is free and open to the public. Don’t let your “best friend” miss out on taking a dip in the pool and relaxing in the sun! Register today for the 2013 Pooch Plunge! For more information, call (502) 624-6217.
Devers and the Boys & Girls Club Celebrate
Middle School & Teen Families Day By Kerry Weintraub
Parents do you want to show your middle school and teenage children you still have what it takes, and bond with them at the same time? A little friendly competition is just what you need to show them you’ve still got it! The Fort Knox Child, Youth & School Services (CYSS) will be hosting the annual Devers and the Boys and Girls Club Day for Middle School and Teen Families Celebration on September 22 from 2 – 6 p.m. at Devers Middle School & Teen Center. This celebration is for children 6th grade and up and their parents. The Boys and Girls Clubs of America Day for Kids is a national campaign to celebrate and honor youth through the gift of parents spending meaningful time with their children. Boys and Girls Clubs across the nation celebrate this day on the same Saturday each year, usually the third Saturday of September. “The Army Youth Program and the Boys and Girls Clubs of America partnership affords Army Youth Programs access to research developed curriculum, program resources, marketing materials, programs that recognize youth accomplishments, and funding resources that enhance opportunities for Military Youth,” explained Eddie J. Ragland, Devers Youth Services Director, when asked why this event is so important at Fort Knox. “We want to have a special Family event for our youth at Devers that gets our Middle School and Teen program parents more involved in what their youths do, and this seemed like the perfect opportunity to celebrate our youth and their Families by having the Devers and the Boys and Girls Club Day for Middle School and Teen Families Celebration,” said Ragland. Parents will compete with their middle schoolers or teens against other parents and middle schoolers or teens throughout the day in Family com petitions such as: an obstacle course, Family relay, sack races, tug-of-war, computer lab, scavenger hunt, laser tag war, basketball shootknoxmwr.com
ing, volleyball, and much more! The winning Family members will receive a plaque with second and third place winners receiving a trophy. Winners will also receive gift certificates to use at specific MWR facilities. All participants will receive a t-shirt. Water and healthy snacks will be provided throughout the day. At the conclusion of the event, hamburgers, hotdogs and side items will tbe served. There will be no activities for children below the 6th grade level. However, child care will be available at the CDC for those Families that would like to participate and have younger children. To make reservations for child care, call Kids on Site at (502) 624-7413. This year’s sponsors of the Devers and the Boys and Girls Club Day for Middle School and Teen Families Celebration event are: Booz Allen Hamilton, Bluegrass Cellular and Aaron’s TV Rental. For more information on Devers and the Boys and Girls Club Day for Middle School and Teen Families Celebration, call (502) 624-6442. 8
GOLD STAR A Symbol of Sacrifice By Iva Pearlstein
to help Survivors find the strength to make good decisions in their time of grief. We work with the Survivor anytime they need us.” Payne doesn’t replace existing financial advisors; rather, she works with them to make sure they are aware of specific Military benefits that might be claimed by Survivors.
Gold Star Mother’s Day is observed in the United States on the last Sunday of September each year. It is an occasion for people to recognize and pay homage to those who have lost a son or daughter while serving in the United States Armed Forces. Each year, the President of the United States urges all Americans to remember the Families of Fallen Soldiers. Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) of Army Community Service (ACS) on Fort Knox will hold a Gold Star Mother’s Day event on September 29 to honor Gold Star Family members. Tammy Quetot, the Support Coordinator for SOS is organizing this event and stated, “I feel very privileged to be in my position Quetot also visits schools to whereby I am able to see the pain softened and hope emerge.” help teachers with educational programs or children. Family The expression “Gold Star Mothers” stems from the custom of members and support profesdisplaying service flags by Military Families in front of their sionals such as counselors homes. These flags featured a star for each Family member or teachers can check out serving their country – a blue star denoted each living Family materials from the Loss, Grief member and gold stars represented those that fell in the line of & Bereavement Library housed duty. Today a gold star symbolizes a Family member who died in her office. in the line of duty. It can be seen on a service flag or as a pin, which is awarded by the Department of Defense (DOD) to be Additionally, she plans and organizes events and support worn by Family members. groups for the Fort Knox Community including the Gold Star Mother’s Day. Last year, a luncheon was held at nearby My Old SOS is an Army-wide program designed to provide long-term Kentucky Home State Park in Bardstown. A balloon release support to surviving Family members of Fallen Soldiers. Quetot allowed Family members to send messages to their Fallen has been with the program since its inception on Fort Knox and Soldiers. A Gold Star Mother’s Day event is planned for says, “I’m proud to be in September 29. Visit the Fort Knox Survivor Outreach Services a role where I act as an Facebook page for further information. advocate for Gold Star Families.” Going through the motions was a blur for Gold Star Mother, Kathy Yates after her son, 1LT, Eric Yates, was killed in the line of SOS works with Judge duty while serving in Afghanistan in 2010. She attended one of Advocate General (JAG) Quetot’s events and found that it helped to meet other to help surviving Family mothers going through the same thing. She plans to stay members obtain bene- involved as much as possible because she has met some fits and take advantage wonderful people through SOS and their related activities. Yates of entitlements that they said her favorite event so far has been the Christmas party might not otherwise where attendees make ornaments with pictures to honor their even know about. Fallen Soldiers. The ornaments are hung on a tree which stands Financial planning is an in front of the Fort Knox Post Main Exchange. “You never get additional aspect of over it. The longing never stops. All the events are good and services provided by help you to honor your Soldier,” says Yates on her experience SOS and Dwan Payne is as a Gold Star Mother. the Financial Counselor for Fort Knox. Payne Survivor Outreach Services says, “Grieving is not Tammy Quetot only hard, but it comes Support Coordinator (502) 624-2006 with many decision making issues that tend Dwan Payne to compound the stress Financial Counselor (502) 624-1789 you are already being http://www.sos.army.mil faced with. SOS is here Facebook: Fort Knox Survivor Outreach Services knoxmwr.com
Keep Your Kids Active! Winter Youth Sports Sign-Up By Tracy Whitaker
Youth Basketball and Girls’ Volleyball Camps:
The staff of the Fort Knox Caruso Youth Sports & Fitness Center invites Families to register their children in a variety of sports, fitness programs and training camps that will teach, and empower them to be self-reliant and successful. “Having fun, improving skills, staying in shape and experiencing friendly competition are the benefits we hope all children receive from all these activities,” states Dawn Caudill, Assistant Sports Director.
The sign-up dates for youth basketball camp and girls’ volleyball camp are September 9 through October 18 and the cost is $70 per camper. The camp dates are October 21 - 25.
Participants must be registered with CYSS and be a Family member of Active duty, Reservists, Retirees, Civilians, or Contractors on Fort Knox. All participants must have an up-to-date sports-specific physical to sign-up.
Family Camp at YMCA Camp Piomingo: This Family-friendly camp includes activities such as archery, a pipeline slide, mountain scooters, pony rides, a climbing tower, high ropes and zip line. The evening includes an optional night hike and a campfire with s’mores and stories. The camp runs September 21 – 22 and the cost is $40 per person. Children under five years of age are free. Check in is Saturday afternoon, stay the night and enjoy your favorite camping activities!
Youth Basketball and Cheerleading: The sign-up dates for youth basketball and cheerleading are September 9 through October 11. The season begins in November and goes through March. These events are for children 5-18 years of age and are co-ed. Participants 13 – 18years of age will travel to games. There is a sports fee of $40 for the first child and a 15% sibling discount. Parent Orientation will be held October 29. Girls’ Volleyball: The sign-up dates for girls’ volleyball are September 23 through October 31. The season begins in the middle of November and goes through the middle of March. This event is for girls in 4th through 12th grades. The 7th and 8th grade teams will travel to tournaments. There is a sports fee of $40 for the first child and a 15% sibling discount (fees are supported by Combined Federal Campaign donations). Parent Orientation will be held November 18. knoxmwr.com
Volunteer coaches are always needed for all youth sports. If you are selected to be a head coach, your children participating in the team sports program can register for free for the season. Assistant coaches can register the first child for free and all additional children will receive a 15% discount. Volunteers must complete a thorough background check and attend mandatory training. A youth sports scholarship program is available for Families who need assistance. For more information on the Youth Sports Scholarship Program, call (502) 624-6198. Spring soccer, t-ball, baseball, and softball sign-ups will be held in December, so watch www.knoxmwr.com for more information. For more information on any of these activities, contact Youth Sports & Fitness at (502) 624-4747 or (502) 624-3025.
YOUR JOB SEARCH STARTS HERE Employment Readiness Program By Iva Pearlstein
Primarily designed for Military Spouses, although others with Military affiliations are also eligible, the Family Employment Readiness Program under the Army Community Service (ACS) umbrella offers a variety of services to help its clients land a civilian job. Program Manager, Larry Keene advises, “Critical factors in the employment search include advance planning and networking.” He says all job seekers need to be prepared. “It can take months from the time you start looking until you are actually on the payroll,” states Keene. Although the services are available for Active Duty Military, Retirees and their Family members, the Employment Readiness Program is mainly there to offer support to Military Spouses. Keene knows from personal experience with his wife how difficult it is for Military Spouses to maintain a career in the civilian sector when they must relocate every few years. “This has been a strong motivator for me and I, too, want to help others in similar situations and this is one of the reasons I take great pride in this job,” said Keene. A broad range of services are included in the Employment Readiness Program. Clients can either make appointments on Tuesdays and Thursdays or use the walk-in hours available 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Come prepared with your resume, cover letters and questions. Those planning retirement from Active Duty Military must have a resume as part of the process and the Employment Readiness Program can help with the formulation of a resume. Additionally, there are computers with internet access available for those in need of computer access.
the listings in “The Gold Standard” before the paper is published. Employment Readiness also partners with the Kentucky State Employment Offices and many private, local employers. Clients are notified about local job fairs and whether a business is actively seeking new employees. Workshops are offered on a recurring basis: Resumes & Cover Letters, Interviewing Techniques, How to Find a Job, Starting a Small Business, Applying for Federal Jobs, Basic Computers, Service Skills, and Customer Service Skills. “The schedule for the remainder of 2013 is available by contacting the Employment Readiness Program office for further information and registration,” noted Keene.
A special booklet called “Here We Go Again!” filled with valuable tips and online resources has been created especially for relocating spouses. Keene advises spouses to begin their job Job counseling and assistance with your employment search are search and take advantage of their priority placement valuable services offered by the Employment Readiness Program. opportunities as soon as they know their next duty station location. According to Keene, local openings are published and sent to “There are teaching and administrative positions on every clients on an e-mail distribution list on a weekly basis. This includes Installation. Volunteer jobs are also an excellent way of acquiring new skills and covering any gaps in your resume.” “Don’t neglect networking because it helps 65% of job seekers to find employment,” Keene reminds his clients. Make everyone you know or meet, aware that you are unemployed and looking for work. This includes your entire network of clubs, religious organizations, and those you meet through your childrens’ schools and activities. Treat your search for employment like a regular job and it will increase your chances for success.
Larry Keene, Program Manager Employment Readiness Program Army Community Service Building 5101, Room 108 (502) 624-8855; (502) 624-8357 www.knoxmwr.com email@example.com 15
Author Beverly Lewis to visit Barr Memorial Library Bty Michael Steinmacher
New York Times bestselling author Beverly Lewis visits Barr Memorial Library as part of its Authors at Your Library series on September 9 at 6 p.m. She will discuss and sign “The Secret Keeper”, the fourth novel in her Home to Hickory Hollow series. Lewis is one of the top-selling authors in the inspirational fiction genre, with more than 80 books to her name. With nearly 18 million books in print and her stories translated into 11 languages, she is a leading author of Amish fiction, contributing to the genre’s creation in 1997 with the release of her first adult novel, “The Shunning.” In “The Secret Keeper”, Lewis takes readers back to Hickory Hollow, Pennsylvania, where she began her Amish culture focused novels. Lewis’ Jennifer Burns surprises family and friends when she abandons her life to settle into the old Amish world culture of Hickory Hollow. As Burns becomes immersed in her new life, she finds the townspeople are quite curious about her as well.
Amish woman who is drawn to the modern world, and is loosely based upon the story of Lewis’ own maternal grandmother, who left her Old Older Mennonite upbringing to marry outside the faith. “The Shunning” and its sequel, “The Confession”, were adapted into Hallmark Channel movies. Lewis received a 2007 Christy Award, a Christian fiction award recognizing excellence in the genre, for “The Brethren.” Some of Lewis’ earliest published work is in the field of children’s literature, with over 20 titles released in her bestselling popular series “The Cul-de-Sac Kids”, focuses on teaching readers age-appropriate, early life lessons. Lewis is a distinguished alumnus of Evangel University and she and her husband make their home in Colorado.
Lewis was born in Pennsylvania Dutch country and was inspired to The Library will reopen at 5:30 p.m. for the event and copies of write by her mother’s Plain heritage. That heritage fueled her “The Secret Keeper” will be available for sale. The event is free Amish novels, including the bestselling “The Heritage of Lancaster and open to the public. For more information, call (502) 624-1232. County” trilogy. The trilogy is the story of Katie Lapp, a young
Celebrate Nine in Thirty By William D. Corlew III
With the overabundance of daily bad news, there are numerous reasons to get excited about the next day. Tomorrow is always special because it gives us something to look forward to, especially if we recently went through a bad day. For example: late for work, it’s raining and you forgot your umbrella, your coffee cup sprang a leak on your brand new Coach purse, your dog decided to use the indoor restroom, you forgot to pay your cell phone bill last month, you realize that you didn’t apply deodorant this morning and my personal favorite - as you lock the door to your house, you discover that your keys are not in your hand. Whether it’s Pay Day, Hump Day, or Friday, tomorrow is sure to promise a break from the past bad day, or better yet, comic relief from a horrendous week. Take, for example, the month of September – occurs once every year, wedged between August and October; a rather mundane and obscure month, right? As a matter of fact, September is essentially the month you see more people exercising, preparing for the semi-annual Army Physical Fitness Test in October and September is also the kick-off to a new season of NFL! Football aside, it’s the most unique month of the entire year for other reasons. Here’s why: the month of September consists of nine characters, making it the longest-spelled month of the year, and it is the ninth month of the year. Additionally, you may choose to abbreviate September using either SEP or SEPT (the only month that offers a choice of using an abbreviation with four characters). September and December are the only two months of the year that share the exact same days each year. This means that the 1st day of the month will always occur on similar corresponding days and this year we even get an opportunity to celebrate the first Friday the 13th for 2013 (if you miss it, don’t worry, it will return in December). For my old-school readers, one of the most popular songs of all times by Earth, Wind, and Fire opens with, “Do you remember the 21st of September?” Coincidently, September 21 just happens to be the first day of autumn. Respectively, in the United States, we distinguish Labor Day and Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance to honor the memory of our loved ones and fellow citizens who lost their lives as the result of the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, as well as Constitution Day and POW/MIA Recognition Day. Furthermore, during September, we recognize the achievements and contributions of Americans for National Hispanic Heritage Month as well as the athletic knoxmwr.com
prowess of young Americans for National Little League Month. However, according to www.emotionscards.com and www.holidayinsights.com there are many other reasons to celebrate the month of September. Honey Month, Piano Month, Better Breakfast Month, Self Improvement Month, and Baby Safety Month - who knew September could bring such a variety?
On the other hand, September yields acknowledgment to some rather odd and quite humorous celebrations that seem to contradict other daily observances within the same month. For example, September 5 is Be Late for Something Day and September 6 is Fight Procrastination Day so if you are thinking (like me) of arriving to work a few hours late on the 5 and explain to your supervisor, “Don’t worry – I’ll make it up tomorrow, during Fight Procrastination Day”, you may find your career potential, potentially in peril. Nonetheless, procrastinators always have great excuses for their shortcomings. They may choose to put off (procrastinate) their late day until Friday the 13th, in order to participate in Blame Some One Else Day. But a word of caution for all procrastinators and ardent believers in the mystic of Friday the 13th being a day of ill luck – Friday the 13th is also Fortune Cookie Day and Defy Superstition Day. For all you sugar aficionados, there are even days in September that rival the finest confectioners of Saint Valentine’s Day: Chocolate Milk Shake Day, on September 12 and National Cream Filled Donut Day, September 14. Now, I’m extremely tolerant to any sugary nutrient; I think any day is appropriate for a box or two of Shipley’s donuts or a baker’s dozen of Krispy Kremes. Nevertheless, for whatever reason you decide to celebrate a day in September or any month, have fun and make time to spend with others. While doing so, maybe you can end the exhaustive debate passed from great-grandparents to those who are self-professed fashionistas: is it acceptable to wear white after Labor Day, or not? 18
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