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Default Air Force Logo AFAF highlight: Air Force Village Foundation
The Air Force Assistance Fund, running now through May 4, is a way for Air Force members to help their own in times of need. In just the first week, Hanscom raised $1,107 from the AFAF race that will go toward the goal of $33,547. There are four main charities supported by the AFAF. This week's spotlight is the Air Force Village Foundation. Charity
0 4/05
2012
Default Air Force Logo Patriots' Day activities set in Lincoln, other towns
The following is a list of Patriots' Day events set in Lincoln, Mass. For a full description, visit www.lincolnminutemen.org. Additional Patriots' Day activities taking place in the local area can be found at www.battleroad.org, www.lexingtonminutemen.com and www.nps.gov/mima/patriots-day.htm. Paul Revere Capture CeremonyApril 7, 3 p.m.Minute Man
0 4/05
2012
Default Air Force Logo Purple up for military kids April 13
Massachusetts Operation: Military Kids is encouraging everyone across the state to wear purple April 13 as a visible way to show support and thank military children for their strength and sacrifices as part of the second annual "Purple Up! For Military Kids" day.OMK officials hope everyone will take this opportunity to appreciate and celebrate
0 4/05
2012
Default Air Force Logo Political activities and DoD employees
With the 2012 presidential election less than eight months away, TV newscasts and newspaper articles are filled with the latest news about the candidates running for office. While exercising the right to vote is the duty of all Americans, federal employees, both military and civilian, should understand the laws and regulations that outline what
0 4/05
2012
Default Air Force Logo FSS outlines changes to base services
Over the next few months, changes to base services will be taking place across the Air Force due to the Global Base Support initiatives outlined last year. Officials from the 66th Force Support Squadron have developed plans to adjust to the changes and are transforming programs and services so that they remain relevant and supportive of the Hanscom
0 4/05
2012
Default Air Force Logo Managing change through EAP
Change is inevitable. Whether it's change one chooses to make on their own or change that just happens, everyone experiences it at some point.In today's complex world, people typically expect change, however, it would be nice to have some advance warning."Often being aware of the affects that change has on our well-being can help us cope with the
0 4/04
2012
HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. -- Airman 1st Class Ryan Springer (front), along with other volunteers, move brush to a wood chipper that will be recycled as mulch around the Patiort Golf Course March 27. Volunteers from the Patriot Enlisted Association helped with a project to clean up the golf course and prepare it for opening day April 6. (U.S. Air Force Photo by Mark Herlihy) New golf pro no stranger to Patriot Golf Course
Jay Carey's golf journey has given him an opportunity to be around a golf course a lot over the past 20 years. Now manager of the Patriot Golf Course, the Massachusetts' south shore native and former golf standout at Nichols College will be no stranger to the course or its members."I started at the Patriot Golf Course three years ago providing
0 4/04
2012
HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. – A family picks up T-shirts and bags at the beginning at Walk n Talk at Castle Park April 30. Hanscom families were invited to walk around Castle Park, learn about base and community services and talk about important family issues. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rick Berry) April marks Month of the Military Child
Lots of events are planned to celebrate Month of the Military Child. Read on for further information. Airman and Family Readiness Center eventsCall 781-225-2765 or email 66.fss.fsfr.cmb@hanscom.af.mil to pre-register.Effective Ways to Cope with Your Child's Fears, Sad Mood or MisbehaviorMonday, April 2, 5 to 6:30 p.m. Dr. John Weisz, Professor of
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2012
HANSCOM AIR FORCE BASE, Mass. – Runners take off during the Company Grade Officers Council-sponsored 5K/10K run held March 22 to help raise money for the Air Force Assistance Fund. The AFAF campaign runs until May 4 and helps provide for the well-being of active duty and retired Airmen and their families. Fundraising events will be held throughout the campaign. (U.S. Air Force photo by Rick Berry) AFAF highlight: Air Force Aid Society
The Air Force Assistance Fund campaign kicked off here March 26 and will run through May 4. The campaign offers servicemembers an opportunity to lend support to fellow Airmen who are in need. AFAF benefits four charities committed to supporting Airmen and their families through difficult times. One of these charities is the Air Force Aid Society.
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Default Air Force Logo CHPS offers health education programs
Hanscom's Civilian Health Promotion Services (CHPS) offers base employees several opportunities to achieve a healthier lifestyle by attending their many classes and screenings.In April, during National Stress Awareness Month, CHPS will offer a six week stress management series focused on developing coping strategies to reduce stress. "Many health
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