FIND THE SAFEST TOYS FOR YOUR CHILDREN
SPEND SMART THIS HOLIDAY SEASON COOK A TRADITIONAL HOLIDAY MEAL
SPENDING THE HOLIDAY APART COPING WITH DEPLOYMENT
TURKEY DINNER MADE EASY
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
5 8 Spending the holiday apart Safe Toys
For your tot
Learning to cope when your spouse is deployed
Holiday Shopping Strategy
Holiday Dinner Made Easy
Spend smart this holiday season
How to cook an easy holiday meal
RECREATION AND LEISURE
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BUYING TOYS FOR YOUR CHILD Before you buy a toy for your child, check if the toy is appropriate for your child’s age, and whether it is safe for your child. There can be a lot of hidden hazards concerning toys that parents may not realize. Avoid Toys with Small Parts Especially for children under age three, small or loose parts can come unattached and pose a danger if swallowed. Read and Follow Warning Labels Warning labels usually warn if a toy poses choking hazards for young children (typically under the ages of three) due to small parts. Electric toys also have warning labels. Check Toys for Sharp Edges and Points This is especially important for younger children since they have a tendency to put things into their mouths or into their eyes. There is always a danger of falling on top of the toy while playing, which also may cause injury. Check Toys for Cords and Strings Long cords and strings can be hazardous and may become tangled tightly around your child’s neck or an appendage. Look for Toys that are Sturdy and Strong In case of any falls or accidents, the toy should not break into pieces with sharp edges because this can cause bodily injury to the child.
Check if the Toy is Too Loud Check if the noise levels are tolerable and the toy has volume control. Too-loud toys can permanently damage the sensitive hearing of children. Make Sure the Toy is Non-Toxic If you are buying toys like crayons, art supplies, or any liquid-containing toys, make sure that the toys do not contain toxic chemicals. You can check the labels to make sure they are safe in case of accidental ingestion. Make Sure That the Toy is Not Recalled Consumers can get the list of recalled toys and children’s products by going to the CPSC Web site, www.cpsc. gov, or by calling toll-free (800) 638-2772. Choose the Right Toys Most toys are rated for specific age ranges. Select toys to suit the age, abilities, skills, and interest level of the intended child. This is especially important for children with developmental delays and disabilities. In general, look for toys at or slightly above your child’s skill level. It is important for children to have toys that they can successfully play with as well as those that challenge them.
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SPENDING THE HOLIDAY APART Learning to cope when your spouse is deployed
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The holiday season is a time when families usually get together to reconnect, share old memories, and enjoy the traditions associated with this time of year. When you come from a military family, however, you may have to come up with creative ways to celebrate if your spouse is deployed.
f you are the spouse of a deployed Soldier, try to
Everyone who has spent a holiday alone knows how
include them as much as possible in your holiday
difficult it can be to have a good attitude. This year,
festivities. Your spouse may not be physically with
try your best not to get too down. We all know that
you, but do what you can to include him or her in your
the holidays are a time that is about family and love,
holiday plans so that they will feel as close to you as
but even though you may be far from your loved one,
possible. Take lots of pictures and videos, then email
you can still have a good time. Remember to pamper
them to your spouse. Social networking websites like
yourself this year and do things that you enjoy. Drink
Facebook and YouTube make sharing your photos and
some hot cocoa and read a book, take a bubble bath,
videos that much easier. Make sure you include your
or enroll in a class that you’ve always wanted to take.
children in this process. Kids will really enjoy sending
The holiday season doesn’t have to be sad because
a special holiday message to their deployed mom or
you are apart. The important thing to remember is
dad. Another creative way to include your spouse is
that your family’s love can travel across any distance
to send them some of the holiday greeting cards that
that life places between you.
friends or relatives may have sent you. You can also send your spouse a small gift package with his or her favorite holiday treats and surprises — a stocking, some candy, a Christmas book, or a CD. One of the best ways to cope with being apart from your spouse during this time of the year is to stay busy. Staying busy during the holiday season will help you to keep your mind off the fact that your spouse is deployed. Get together with friends and go caroling or to a holiday party. If you are new to the area and don’t know that many people, then perhaps you could throw your own holiday party and invite all of your neighbors. It’ll help you to meet people in the community and make new friends, and you’ll have a good time. www.KnoxMWR.comŇ'HFHPEHUŇ
SPENDING SMART FOR THE HOLIDAY Shopping during the holiday season can be a hectic task. With all the rushing about, holiday shopping can be one of the most stressful things that you face. In this article, we’ll talk about some methods of tackling the confusion and stress that usually goes along with shopping during the holidays. Some studies have shown that the average American consumer spends roughly $702.03 per holiday season. Since holiday spending can really add up, it’s important to look at your shopping goals realistically. To help manage your holiday gift fund, one important first step to take is to make a list of all of the expenses you will face when doing your shopping. Don’t just put down the items that you will be purchasing as gifts; consider the fact that wrapping paper, gift bags, and shipping charges will weigh into your budget as well. Once you’ve got a nice list to peruse, look at ways that you can cut corners. Also, when you see the big picture of how much money you’ll be spending, you will probably be more prudent with your spending. Leave the credit cards at home. Many holiday buys are decided upon unexpectedly, and people oftentimes feel that if they are putting the gifts on their credit card, they will not have to worry about the payment, at least for the moment. These types of purchases can really add up, and leave gaping holes in your holiday budget. Take your time to comparison shop. Going to several different department stores to search for the best deal on an item that you are considering purchasing can really pay off. If you’re connected to the Internet, it may be a good idea to let your fingers do the walking — shopping online can make it very easy to find the best deal on an item you’re considering. There are many sites online that provide services that give you ample opportunity to search for the best deals on whatever product you may be considering. Following these simple tips can work wonders when it comes to helping to stretch your holiday dollar. You can often satisfy those that you are buying for just as well by following the above techniques, while saving yourself hundreds of dollars. ŇOpportunity Knox
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GOLF Cross Country Scramble December 19 - Shotgun start at 10:00 AM. This will be a 9 hole, four person scramble team event, using the team composition as A(0-9), B(10-15), C(16-20) and D(21+) handicaps. Cost for this event is $20.00 per player with an entry deadline 5:00 PM on Friday, December 17. A chili and bean soup lunch will be served after play with the awards ceremony. For more information call (502) 943-9929.
TRAVEL THEME PARK TICKET INFOrmation Walt Disney World Resort salutes the U.S. Military with free, multi-day admission to theme parks in 2009. At Walt Disney World Resort in Florida until December 23, 2009, each Active or Retired member of the U.S. Military may obtain one complimentary 5-day ticket with park hopper and water park fun. During this offer period, active or retired personnel may also make a onetime purchase of up to a maximum of five 5-day companion ticket (one theme park per day) for $99.00 each. Although these tickets are only base tickets, they can be upgraded at Walt Disney World for an additional $25.00 plus tax for each option. INFORMATION,TICKETING,AND REGISTRATION ITR sells discount tickets to a variety of local, regional, and national attractions including sites in IN, TN, OH, and FL such as Walt Disney World, Busch Gardens, and Sea World. The ITR Office is located inside the Hansen Center at 1053 Spearhead Div Ave. For more information please call (502) 624-5030.
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ARMED FORCES VACATION CLUB Vacation at World-Class Condominium Resorts, 7 Nights for only $329.00. Price subject to change without notice. Eligible DoD personnel have spaceavailable access to more than 3,500 resorts in over 80 countries. Reservations to be made either online at www.afvclub.com or by calling 800-724-9988. Refer to Fort Knox AFVC Installation Code #97 when making your reservation.
BOSS - BETTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SINGLE SOLDIERS The mission of BOSS is to enhance the morale and welfare of single Soldiers, increase Soldier retention, and sustain combat readiness through planned and execution of community service, recreation, and leisure events, and identifying well-being issues for resolution. The BOSS program is designed to be the collective voice for the single Soldier and supports and complements the Chain of Command’s mission. For more information about BOSS call (502) 624-2677. BOSS NFL Game Colts vs.Titans - Indianapolis, December 6 • 9:00 AM – 1000 PM • $ 85.00 • Sign up with BOSS President located in the Hansen Center NLT 1 December 2009 • First 15 Single Soldiers. For more information, please call (502) 624-2677.
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At Sullivan, we teach you the skills you need to excel even in todayâ€™s business world. From our Career-In-A-Year programs, to our associate and bachelorâ€™s degrees, Sullivan University has the program for you. Choose from our evening, online or web assisted classes. Plus, we offer lifetime job search assistance fee-free.
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BOSS Cave Country Canoe Trip
n August 7, 2009, FMWR BOSS program hosted a trip to Milltown, Indiana, to participate in an adventure canoe trip and cookout. Included in the package trip was transportation to and from Milltown, an opportunity to learn new canoeing skills, canoeing down six miles of rapidly moving waters, and a bodacious meal at the conclusion. Our objectives for the trip were to show an increased level of morale, to LQFUHDVHSK\VLFDOÂżWQHVVOHYHOVDQGWRDVVLVWLQLPSURYLQJRXWGRRUVNLOOV7KH results of the survey showed a marked increase in morale, an increase in the SDUWLFLSDQWVÂśSK\VLFDOFDSDELOLWLHVDQGDGHÂżQLWHPHDVXUHDEOHLPSURYHPHQW in canoeing skills. For more information about upcoming recreational programs and trips offered by BOSS and Fort Knox FMWR, please call (502) 624-1838.
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Published on Nov 24, 2009
The December issue of Opportunity Knox includes a feture article about coping with deployment while spending the holiday apart from a loved...