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September 14, 2012

News briefs – September 14, 2012

Town hall meeting

 

The 412th Mission Support Group commander will host a Town Hall Meeting 5:30 p.m., Sept. 20 Conference Center Galaxy Room. All base personnel and their families are invited to this interactive, information-sharing event.

Col. Robert Hoff, 412th Mission Support Group commander, and guests will discuss current issues with base personnel and receive feedback in planning out the road ahead for the Edwards community. The goal is to address your questions and concerns and provide an open dialogue in this open forum.

For more information, call Sandi Dempsey at (661) 277-0439.

 

Enlisted promotion ceremony

 

The next Team Edwards Enlisted Promotion Ceremony will be 3 p.m., Sept. 28 in Club Muroc. Promotees and their commanders will be in service dress. Attendees’ uniform will be uniform of the day.

 

Health Consumers’ Advisory Council

 

The next meeting of the Health Consumers’ Advisory Council is 9:30 a.m., Sept. 28 in the Galaxy Room at the Conference Center.

The HCAC is a town hall meeting hosted by the 412th Medical Group to provide valuable healthcare information to beneficiaries and receive vital feedback from our customers. This is a unique opportunity to speak directly with the 412th Medical Group commander, Col. Donaldson, about any concerns related to your healthcare benefits and/or medical operations and processes.

For questions or more information, contact 2nd Lt. Michael Estacion at (661) 277-8109.

 

CFC stories

 

Do you have a personal story of benefit from a charity associated with the Combined Federal Campaign? Would you be willing to share this story in order to make this year’s CFC a success?

The 412th Test Wing CFC committee is currently planning this year’s campaign, and needs your help to spread the word. Most people are unaware about the great impact that the CFC has on local charities and the Team Edwards family.

Any personal story you could share would help raise awareness and ensure a successful campaign. If interested, contact Capt. Andrew Anderson at andrew.anderson@edwards.af.mil or call (661) 275-1066.

 

Catholic Parish Coordinator contract

The position of Catholic Parish Coordinator is open. Statements of Work can be picked up in the Chapel Two office. Bids on this contract are due by 4:30 p.m., Oct. 2, and interviews may be held Oct. 2-4. Bids will be opened Oct. 10 with an award date following.

For more information, contact Tech. Sgt. Steven Eckles, or Staff Sgt. Jonathan Sogka at (661) 277-2110.

 




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