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May 4, 2012

News Briefs May 4, 2012

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Dogs must be leashed in the housing area

Residents of Edwards Air Force Base are reminded that when outside the confines of their home all dogs must be on a leash. In public areas, all pets will remain on leash at all times with the exception of service animals and military working dogs. The only authorized public off-leash areas are at the Dog Park, located on Bailey Avenue near Yeager Blvd.

For more information about keeping dogs and pets on base, refer to Edwards Air Force Base Pamphlet 32-6001, Family Housing Brochure.

 

Retiree appreciation

All military retirees are invited to Edwards Air Force Base 8 a.m. to noon, May 5, for Military Retiree Appreciation Day.

The event will be held at the Oasis Community Center on base. Learn about federal programs that affect retirees. There will be guest speakers and refreshments. There will also be military and private information booths with information on finances and healthcare. Edwards AFB appreciates all retirees for their service to the nation. There is no charge for this event.

For more information, call the Edwards AFB Retiree Activities Office at (661) 277-4931.

 

Apply for summer camp

The Edwards School Age Program is currently accepting applications for summer camp at the Youth Center.

For more information, call (661) 275-TOTS, or (661) 275-PLAY.

 

Scholarships

The Edwards AFB Chapter of the Logistics Officer Assocation will be accepting applications for scholarships to be awarded at our 2012 National Conference.

The scholarship application is open to those who are members of LOA, children of active and corporate LOA members, and all enlisted members of the Armed Forces.

The number and size of scholarship may vary each year but will, generally, be distributed in the following manner:

  • Pursuing Masters Degree: First place, $5,000; second, $2,500; third, $1,000; fourth, $500.
  • Pursuing Bachelors: First, $5,000; second, $2,500; third, $1,000; fourth, $500.
  • Current High School student: First, $1,500; second, $750; third, $300; fourth, $150.

The deadline for applications is May 30.

For more information, contact Lt. Col. Darrin Dronoff at darrin.dronoff@edwards.af.mil or (661) 277-6822.

 

Graduate school

Webster University, an ACBSP regionally accredited university, is accepting applications for graduate school. Come get your degree in Management and Leadership, Human Resource, or MBA here at Edwards AFB or Online.

Webster is located at the Education Complex, Bldg. 2453, or call (661) 258-8501.

 




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