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Fort Knox Family Action Plan

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Creative solutions for challenging times

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Event Program Guide Calendar of Events Fort Knox Fun Page

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Appreciating the family, friends, and fellowships we

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have is the basis for our national day of Thanksgiving.

Assistance during the month of October.

Sharing what we have by helping others continues the tradition of the occasion, year after year, dating

Through the generosity of the Fort Knox community,

back to the holiday’s roots. In this way, each year the

local off-post businesses and people from all walks

American Red Cross honors the spirit of Thanksgiving

of life, the Fort Knox American Red Cross Service

by making it possible for those people living with less

Center’s Thanksgiving Meal Assistance Program

to celebrate the holiday as well.

continues to provide for Soldiers and Families. Last year their generosity made it possible to ensure

The Fort Knox American Red Cross Service Center’s

that more than 600 Families received Thanksgiving

principal purpose for the Holiday Food Assistance

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Program has always been to provide food for Military

requests for Thanksgiving Meal Assistance increased

Families who are financially challenged during the

slightly this year, but all eligible Families are

holidays. There are no specific income requirements

receiving Thanksgiving Meal Assistance to celebrate

as the Program is designed to benefit all Families in

November 25th with a Thanksgiving dinner.

financial need regardless of their income level. If you would like more information about the All active duty Military, including National Guard,

Fort Knox American Red Cross Service Center, please

Reserve and retirees and their families were eligible

call (502) 624-2163.

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THE HOT SPOT ENJOY A VARIETY OF MUSIC OR DANCE TO LIVE BANDS, PLAY GAMES LIKE PLANET BINGO OR TEXAS HOLD ’EM, COME TO LIVE CONCERTS OR BE THE STAR OF THE SHOW SINGING KARAOKE, AND EXPERIENCE GREAT FOOD WHILE WATCHING UFC PAY-PER-VIEWS OR THIS WEEKS BIG GAME - ALL AT THE ROCKER! For the past twenty years, The Rocker has been Fort Knox’s party destination. The Rocker welcomes all Soldiers, age 18 and older and all others, age 21 and older, living on the installation and in the surrounding communities. It is a familiar entertainment hot spot for both the local Military community and the civilians who regularly come to enjoy the diverse activities the club offers. Many of the Rocker’s party-goers feel that there is no need to waste money on transportation to Louisville or pay high prices for food and drink, as the Rocker always offers the best in night time entertainment for less. The Rocker also has a FREE shuttle starting at 7:00 PM on Thursday, Friday and Saturday which runs until the club closes at 4:00 AM. Guests that live on post may call (270) 272-8956, and the shuttle will take them from other Family and MWR facilities or from their home to the Rocker and back. The Rocker is open seven days a week for after hours entertainment. In addition, lunch is served Monday through Friday from 11:00 AM until 1:00 PM. The Rocker’s regular entertainment schedule includes Texas Hold’em tournaments on Monday and Tuesday, Karaoke on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, R&B music on Thursday nights, Country music on Fridays, Hip Hop & Old School music on Saturdays, and Old School music on Sundays. All through the year, the Rocker holds special events that include guests’ favorites like the annual Mardi Gras celebration, the Summer Luau, Karaoke Idol, Frozen Turkey Bowling and the Halloween Party. Other activities include NFL Sunday Ticket where every game is shown on HD TVs. There are pool tables, dart boards, arcade games and the popular Planet Bingo with a top payout of $4,000 as well. The Rocker is currently expanding the facility that already includes ten 52” TV’s and one super size 9’ x 14’ TV with surround sound where UFC, NFL Ticket, MLB Season Pass, and other sporting events are shown. The new kitchen will serve all the old favorites like the Rocker’s famous chicken wings, catfish, and Rocker burgers, along with several new items such as wraps, club sandwiches and pizza. For more information about the Rocker, please call (502) 942-0409. ŇOpportunity Knox


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Some people get a rush out of tackling a 250 lb football player to the ground, while others prefer skiing 60 mph down a mountain slope. Whatever the case, there’s always a sudden burst of energy that gets exerted when performing such a high-speed, active sport. Adrenaline junkies looking for a fast and skillful sport can find just that at the new paintball facility located at the French Shooting Club. The Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation recently introduced paintball to the Fort Knox Community with the intent of reintegrating Soldiers to society after a deployment. As part of the Army high-adventure Warrior Adventure Program, this new facility will allow Soldiers to bring their life-intensity levels back to normal. Paintball is like a game of chess. One has to be able to think quickly and decisively in order to pin their opponent. It is not simply a matter of speed, strength or agility. Earl Higgs, Outdoor Recreation Manager, said that paintball has become increasingly popular in recent years with adults and youth. Whether you’re a retiree in the Army, or a student in High School, players have one thing in common. They all share a common love for adventure. All players must be at least 12 years old, and those between the ages 12 to 15 are required to be accompanied by a parent, guardian or adult instructor. Those ages 16 and 17 are allowed to play while unaccompanied, however, must have a signed Liability Release & Agreement of Rules form signed by their parent or guardian. The new facility will also accommodate military units and groups consisting of six or more players to exercise the use of teamwork, self-confidence and leadership abilities. The facility consists of two speedball fields, both equipped with inflatable and permanent barriers. Paintball enthusiasts who have their own equipment can use the facility at $5 per person for one hour of unreserved field use. Paintball guns, masks, and CO2 tanks are also available for rent to those without their own equipment. For those seeking the adrenaline rush that paint bullets provide, visit the new facility located at the French Shooting Club for some action-filled excitement or call (502) 624-7754. www.KnoxMWR.comŇ1RYHPEHUŇ


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It is the time of year where Soldiers, Families, civilians and retirees are taking part in the Army Family Action Plan (AFAP). The program is designed to improve quality-of-life issues across the Army. The AFAP conference is scheduled for three days in the month of November at the Fort Knox Leader’s Club, where at that time, the specific items that were submitted for suggestions will be selected and discussion will begin for possible resolutions. The Army Family Action Plan is a vehicle for providing input from the people of the Army to the Army leadership. It’s a process that lets Soldiers and Families say what policies and programs are working and those that are not — and what they think will fix it. The process alerts commanders and Army leaders to areas of concern that need their attention and gives them the opportunity to quickly put plans into place to work toward resolving the issues. Valid issues are forwarded to specific work groups for discussion and possible resolution. Issues must have a measurable end result and impact the total Army Family or a particular category of the Army Family. Personal issues are not considered valid issues. The AFAP is not a forum to address personal complaints, but rather to identify those issues that concern and impact the total majority of the Army Family. Specifically, how does AFAP work? Installations at local levels hold AFAP forums. Active and Reserve Soldiers, retirees, spouses, DA Civilians, Family Members, and tenant organizations identify issues they believe are important to maintain a good standard of living. Local commanders see to it that the issues are worked toward resolution. About 90% of AFAP issues are retained and worked at a local level, resulting in ongoing community improvements. However, some issues go beyond the local level. These are sent to AC/ASCC/DRU Conference and to HQDA, where delegates from across the Army determine which issues will go into the AFAP. The issues that are selected are worked toward a resolution by Army Staff and DoD agencies. A total of 601 Issues have been entered into AFAP in the 22 year history. AFAP has been very instrumental in assisting with making positive changes in our Fort Knox Community. Here are several concerns that reached a successful resolution. ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡

Service member group life insurance increased from $50,000 to $200,000. Thrift Savings Plans for military was authorized and implemented. A vehicle can be stored at government expense when a Soldier is reassigned to an area where shipment isn’t authorized. Family Separation Allowance was increased from $75 to $100 per month. Programs like Army Family Team Building (AFTB) and Better Opportunity for Single Soldiers (BOSS) were born.

AFAP is a year round incentive. Issues are continually being monitored and worked toward resolution at local levels. If you have any issues that you wish to submit for AFAP for consideration for the 2011 Conference, (as the deadline for 2010 was before printing of this article), you may contact your local AFAP office, Army Community Services at (502) 624-8391.

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