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    Thousands honor fallen at post run

    More than 6,600 community members and guests covered a combined distance surpassing 15,000 miles during Fort Lee’s annual Run for the Fallen observance May 12. This eighth installment of the event included a special performance by the U.S. Army Drill Team.

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    Scott takes charge of 266th QM Bn

    A 23-year Army officer with vast deployment experience and a recent stint as the lead planner for the 57th Presidential Inaugural Parade has taken charge of the 266th Quartermaster Battalion. Lt. Col. Clarisse T. Scott replaced Lt. Col. Brian S. Neill during the May 11 ceremony.

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    Post spouse earns ‘hero’ title

    The Heroes at Home Military Spouse of the Year was announced at a celebratory luncheon in the Lee Club May 11. “There are so many spouses who do much more than me,” observed Stephanie Renteria, the winner. “I am just honored to represent them.”

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    Four-star tours Fort Lee schools

    The four-star who oversees all schoolhouse training across the Army paid a visit to the Combined Support Command here May 15 to broaden his understanding of the professional development and proponency missions of the organization.

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    Safety Day event set for May 23

    Community members are invited to a May 23 Safety Day observance in front of the Main Exchange. This annual information and awareness gathering has proven to be an effective tool for bringing the leading causes of injuries and fatalities to the forefront of everyone’s mind.

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Bicycle Safety Month

As part of National Bicycle Safety Month, the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles urges bicyclists and drivers alike to respect the rules of the road – and fellow road users. Recent DMV statistics illustrate the importance of bicycle safety with more than 600 bicyclists injured last year. The number of bicyclists killed in Virginia crashes increased 30 percent, from 10 fatalities in 2016 to 13 in 2017,” said Secretary of Transportation Shannon Valentine. “One way bicyclists can increase their safety is by always wearing a proper-fitting helmet and teaching their children to wear one as well. Like seat belts in cars, a helmet can save your life in a crash.”

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