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Community Briefs May 24, 2012

Posted May 24, 2012 by anradmin

Teen volunteer program announced Sierra Vista’s Leisure and Library Services is accepting applications for the summer Teen Volunteer Program. Teens will perform a variety of summer volunteer jobs to include recreation, sports, clerical and aquatic volunteer positions. Volunteers are responsible for transportation to and from the assigned work location at the agreed-on hours. Volunteers for…

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Chalk Talk May 24, 2012

Posted May 24, 2012 by Compiled by Jill Peterson

General Myer Elementary School Students and staff at General Myer Elementary School are ending the year on a great note. As the year comes to a close, we are celebrating students’ accomplishments and talents. Our last Accelerated Reading Auction of the year was a success. Students involved in the Myer Eagle Reading Club had been…

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New fire station to enhance Fort’s firefighting mission

Posted May 17, 2012 by Story and photos by Natalie Lakosil

An official ribbon cutting and dedication ceremony Tuesday officially marked the completion of Fort Huachuca’s new Fire Station 2. The Directorate of Emergency Services hosted the event.

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Fort, City renew efforts related to disability issues

Posted May 17, 2012 by By Angela Moncur

Fort Huachuca and City of Sierra Vista leadership renewed their commitment to enhance identification and resolution of disability related issues with a recently signed Memorandum of Agreement. The agreement between Fort Huachuca’s Army Community Service Exceptional Family Member Program and the City of Sierra Vista’s Commission on Disability Issues is a formal working relationship intended…

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News Briefs May 17, 2012

Posted May 17, 2012 by anradmin

Increased fire danger leads to fire restrictions In conjunction with the Coronado National Forest, Sierra Vista District, the Fort Huachuca fire danger level is now “Very High”. No open fires and no smoking outside vehicles are permitted in all Fort Huachuca canyons and mountains. All smoking materials must be extinguished in vehicle ashtrays. Do not…

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Featured Comicon author calls FH ‘home’

Posted May 17, 2012 by Story and photo by Natalie Lakosil

Just like out of a comic book, writer Jeffrey Mariotte not only writes novels and comic books but also works locally on Fort Huachuca...

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Chalk Talk May 17, 2012

Posted May 17, 2012 by Compiled by Jill Peterson

General Myer Elementary School Ms. Akers’ 4th grade class went on a field trip to the National Parks Service’s Coronado National Memorial in Hereford. They relived the meeting between Spanish conquistador Francisco Vásquez de Coronado and the Zuni Tribe. During the meeting, they dressed up as explorers and Zuni tribesmen and got to experience what…

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Commissary parking lot construction underway

Posted May 10, 2012 by Story and photos by Tanja Linton

Demolition of the first half of the commissary parking lot construction project began Monday. The project is estimated to be completed by September. The Commissary is getting a new parking lot which will not only better help serve store patrons, but will also be environmentally...

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ACS shares news, events

Posted May 10, 2012 by Army Community Service

Army Community Service Volunteers receive thanks for service Army Volunteer Corps Coordinator Tracey Clark extends a big ‘thank you’ to all volunteers and their supporters for attending the Volunteer Ceremony on April 18 to recognize the efforts and dedication that resulted in the thousands of hours submitted for 2011. There are currently 615 active volunteers in…

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Celebrate Arizona’s birthday through summer reading program

Posted May 10, 2012 by By Victoria Yarbrough

Help the Sierra Vista Public Library celebrate Arizona’s 100th birthday by signing up for the Summer Reading Program. The library’s annual Summer Reading Program, for children entering 1st through 12th grades this fall, will be held throughout the months of June and July.

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