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  • 1. Fort Riley Network 26 September 2013 UNCLASSIFIED//FOUO 1

2. Agenda Organizations Briefer Email Address Phone Number Domestic Violence Prevention Proclamation signing Fall Apple Days CYSS Update DFMWR Megan Rutledge [email protected] 785.239.2179 IACH Ian Mann [email protected] 785.240.7507 Chaplain CH (COL) Rauch [email protected] 785.239.2799 Corvias Alison Birney [email protected] 785.717.2210 DECA Peter Howell [email protected] 785.239.6621 Exchange Joann Enecial [email protected] 785.784.4094 Junction City John Seitz [email protected] 785.762.2632 Announcements Those Caught Doing Right Calendar 3. OCTOBER IS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE PREVENTION MONTH Strike Out Domestic Violence! Activities for our Community A Survivors Story Mildred Muhammad, ex-wife of the DC shooter, talks about her struggle to obtain support and services for her and her children following her ex-husbands stalking. No cost; all are invited; refreshments will be provided. Thu, 3 Oct, 10am-noon ,Rileys Conference Center, Ft. Riley, KS 66442 Strike Out Stigma! FRG leadership is encouraged to join us for some free bowling at the Fort Riley Bowling alley and domestic violence information. Fri, 4 Oct, 11am-1pm Dating and Violence Dont Go Together! Teens and Parents are encouraged to join us at the Teen Center, Bldg 5800 for a frank discussion on dating and domestic violence. Mon, 28 Oct; 1600-1700 Dance Against Domestic Violence! Come Zumba and learn a few things at the same time! The first 30 participants at each 1 hour class free ($2/person after) at King Fieldhouse. Mon, 21 Oct, 10am; Tue, 22 Oct, 6pm; Thu, 24 Oct 6pm Activities for Leaders and Intervention Professionals Command Group & First Line Responders Appropriate and Effective Response Military leaders at all levels are invited to a presentation by Author and Consultant Lundy Bancroft on responding to the Domestic Violence within your formations. Mr. Bancroft has over 20 years of experience working with batterers. Tue, 8 Oct 9am-noon; Bldg. 6620 Ft. Riley, KS 66442 The Intersection of Intimate Partner Violence & Combat Related Issues Glenna Tinney, A retired Navy Captain, Social Worker and former Deputy Executive Director for the Congressionally mandated Defense Task Force on Domestic Violence will speak about the complicated co-existence of Domestic Violence and Combat Trauma. Wednesday, Oct. 30, 0900-Noon. Rileys Conference Center, Ft. Riley, KS 66442 To sign up for the classes and events above, or to learn more about Domestic Violence, contact Army Community Service at 785 239-9435 4. Fall Apple Day Festival 2013 Dates: 0900-1500 05 OCT 2013 Purpose: FRKS host Fall Apple Day Festival 2013 to showcase the 1st Infantry Division and Fort Riley. Anticipated attendance: 7,000 Location: Artillery Parade Field (APF), Sturgis Field, Tuttle Park Concept: 1. 1 Day Event5 October, 2013 2. Commercial Sponsors to offset cost 3. 3 Separate locations 4. Historical, Family Life, Current Ops. 5. MWR Activities (ODR, Sports, Arts / Crafts, etc) 6. Vendor Tent, Home Depot Activity Tent 7. HMMWV Ride, Static Displays, MILES Range 8. 20 FRGs conduct Food Sales (5 Oct) 9. 1ID support (180 Soldiers / Equipment) 10. Primary Parking: RCC 11. DPTMS Lead / C2 12. Apple Pie Sales (HASFR) 13. Messaging 2013 Additions: Mechanical Bull Human Sphere Tornado Ride Mechanical Apple Internet Caf ATM Godfrey Shuttle FADF T-Shirts Tuttle Park 1. Obstacle Course 2. Human Sphere 3. HMMWV Rides 4. Aid Station Artillery Parade Field 1. Apple Pie Tent/Sales 2. Family Life Section 3. Static Displays 4. MWD Demonstrations 5. EOD Demonstrations 6. Band Entertainment 7. Food Tent 8. Expo Tent 9. Wellness Tent 10. CGMCG Demonstrations 11. Aid Station 12. Historical Re-enactors 13. Command Post 5. CYSS Update: Youth Sport Whitside North CDC 6. Volunteer Coaching Process All coaches must undergo a extensive background check. Inquiries are made with Military police, CID, Drug and Alcohol, Family Advocacy, Local Law enforcement, Behavioral & Mental Health, and Military Housing. Prior to practices beginning, all coaches are required to attend NAYS (National Alliance of Youth Sports) coaching certification classes. The curriculum includes effectively dealing with parents, teaching sportsmanship, coaching tips, strength, conditioning, and flexibility training, and first aid. All head coaches are also required to attend Child abuse recognition classes, CPR training, and an orientation to Youth Sports. 7. Fall Sports Coaches Background Checks CYSS is currently having difficulties getting completed Background checks on fall sport coaches. The two agencies that are backlogged with completing their reports are C.I.D. (Criminal Investigation Division) and Behavioral and Mental Reports. Neither agency is located on Fort Riley. CYSS is also working on other possible solutions to beginning the fall sports season. One option is possibly having cleared CYSS employees serve as practice supervisors for all coaches who are not cleared yet. Another possibility is having DES assist the CID division with their checks if approved by IMCOM. As a last resort, CYSS is also exploring the possibility of having a shorter season with partial refunds, cancelling the entire fall sports season and refunding the families their registration fees. 8. DFMWR Megan Rutledge 9. Featured Events 10. Featured Events 11. Featured Events 12. Sport Registration Deadlines Adult Sports: Register by Oct. 3 CL Volleyball League Oct. 16- Dec. 11 Register By Oct. 21 Doubles Racquetball Tourn Oct. 26th, 8am Family Fun Night @ Eyster Oct. 19, 7-9pm $10 per family, $5 per person 13. Featured Events 14. Halloween 15. Featured Events 16. Featured Events 10 October 2013 / 6:00PM 8:00PM Location: Army Community Service - Bldg 7264, Normandy Drive Pre-Registration required by 26 September 2013 Call 239-9435 or email: [email protected] to register Free childcare available RSVP by 26 September Current registration with CYSS required Conducted by the Fort Riley Police Department An interactive class to learn strategies to counteract assaults and prepare to take an active role in personal safety through awareness, prevention, risk reduction and avoidance. ACS Outreach Program Presents What can we purchase with APF? NAF ? Informal? Funds How can we raise funds for our FRG? Where do we find guidance on FRG Funds management? Get these and all of your questions answered at FRG Funds Management 101 2 October 2013 9:00am-12:00pm ACS Bldg 7264, Normandy Drive Register by email at [email protected] or call 785-239-9435 Who should attend???? FRG Leader/Co-Leaders FRG Funds Custodians FRG Advisors Commanders FRSAs 17. BOSS Events Email BOSS with questions to [email protected] October Trunk or Treat 31 October (THU) 1730-2000 Commissary parking lot Zombie Toxin Open during weekends of October 15 volunteers per night Luau BBQ Location TBD ??McCormick Park?? ?? Behind Commissary?? BOSS Outreach BOSS President will visit units to assist with BOSS boards and encourage unit participation September Oktoberfest 28th September (SAT) 1700-2000 @ the Warrior Zone Open to All Soldiers 18 and older, must be 21 to drink alcoholic beverages President SGT Eric Blackmon Vice President- SPC Cody Williams 18. IACH 19. How can I avoid getting sick with the Flu this year? The single best way to protect against the flu is to get a flu vaccine each year. CDC recommends that everyone 6 months and older, especially people at high risk for developing serious complications from flu, get vaccinated each season. 20. What else you can do Try to avoid close contact with sick people. wing it If you are sick with flulike illness, stay home for at least 24 hours after your fever is gone (without the use of a fever-reducing medicine). Only exception should be to get medical care or for other necessities. While sick, limit contact with others as much as possible to keep from infecting them. Cover your nose and mouth with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. Throw the tissue in the trash after you use it. Wash your hands often with soap and water. If soap and water are not available, use an alcohol based hand rub Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. More info at http://www.cdc.gov/flu/about/qa/preventing.htm 21. Dont let influenza take you out of the game this year! Influenza vaccines including nasal Flu-mist will be offered with any appointment with a provider in your Medical Home! You can also walk-in to a nurse in your Medical Home Monday- Friday from 2:00-4:00 pm for your screening and vaccination. Look for opportunities to have children who are beneficiaries vaccinated at school or CDC/SAS! Let us help you stay healthy this flu season! Flu Hotline: 240-4flu (4358) 22. Suicide Prevention Month Suicide Warning Signs Talking about wanting to die or to kill oneself Talking about feeling hopeless or having no reason to live Talking about feeling trapped or in unbearable pain Talking about being a burden to others Increasing the use of alcohol or drugs Acting anxious or agitated; behaving recklessly Sleeping too little or too much Withdrawing or feeling isolated Showing rage or talking about seeking revenge Displaying extreme mood swings Giving away personal belongings 23. Behavioral Health Resources IACH Behavioral Health Chaplains RESPECT-Mil Military Family Life Consults (MFLC) Wellness Center, Master Resiliency Trainers (MRT) Military One Source http://www.militaryonesource.mil/ http://www.militaryfamily.org/ Military Crisis Line/Veterans Crisis Line: By phone: 1-800-273-8255, press Option #1 to connect to a live responder By text message: send text message to 838255 By online chat: start at military family.org website (above), follow link 24.