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    Soldiers connect with Petersburg youth

    Sgt. 1st Class Demetrius Anderson’s volunteer work Feb. 4 at the Petersburg Boys and Girls Club will help him earn a master’s degree in clinical social work, but his decision to spend time with the facility’s youths went far beyond checking off an academic requirement.

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    Academy awards badges to 28 noncoms

    Twenty-eight Logistics Noncommissioned Officer Academy faculty members were awarded Army Instructor Badges at a Feb. 4 ceremony here. “These individuals are the ultimate trainers and subject matter experts,” noted Command Sgt. Maj. Anthony A. Traylor, commandant.

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    Town hall, AER kickoff set for March 3

    Senior staffers will share information on important topics like military retirement and juvenile misconduct – and the first contributions of the 2016 Army Emergency Relief Campaign will be made – at the March 3 Installation Town Hall Meeting/AER Kickoff Event in the Lee Theater.

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    Lee readies for culinary competition

    Hosted by the Joint Culinary Center of Excellence and sanctioned by the American Culinary Foundation, the Military Culinary Arts Competitive Training Event is hailing its 41st year and hopes to attract roughly 200 contestants from the U.S. armed services and elsewhere.

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    Jenkins earns second ‘spouse of year’ nod

    Kimberly “Kit” Jenkins has received her second installation-level Military Spouse of the Year nod in a nationwide contest sponsored by Military Spouse magazine and Victory Media. She is the co-founder of a group that has provided more than 5,000 baby carriers to military families.

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Holiday Safety

Winter is not over! This season has brought snow, ice and slippery conditions. Serious injuries can result from slips, trips, and falls - they are among the most common causes of pedestrian accidents during this time of the year. I ask for everyone’s help and support in emphasizing the importance of protecting ourselves, family members and battle buddies during treacherous conditions. Involved leadership makes a difference. Don’t drink and drive or travel on public transportation under the influence of alcohol. Respect yourself, the organization you represent and others around you. We need the entire CASCOM Team - Soldiers, family members, civilians and contractors - to return safe and rested.

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