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    Post plans virtual town hall

    A first-of-its-kind town hall event will take place here March 11, 2-3 p.m. Col. Paul K. Brooks, garrison commander, is inviting all community members to “tune in” as he hosts a virtual forum that will be broadcast via Command Channel 14 and streaming video on the Internet.

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    Lee band to perform at local schools

    Reaching out and connecting with area students is a priority for Fort Lee’s 392nd Army Band. The talented musicians plan to perform at 25 schools in March and April. They will be taking part in the “Music in Our Schools” initiative that allows students to see music as a career.

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    Culinary event begins March 7

    The 40th Annual Culinary Arts Competitive Training Event is set for March 7-12 at the Field House. A couple hundred military members compete each year, and the international competition returns as a competitive element. The event hosted by the Joint Culinary Center of Excellence.

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    Dignity they so well deserved

    Like most African-Americans who donned uniforms during World War II, Jefferson Wiggins was on the wrong side of a segregated Army; one that generally relegated them to jobs as laborers or restricted them to that which supported white troops performing the critical missions.

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    Meet the new FMWR boss

    When William Butcher started his new job as the director of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation here in late December, he knew it wasn’t going to be an easy one. Nonetheless, it’s a job he really wanted. “It’s an opportunity to do something I know is in my heart,” he explained.

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Kenner No-Shows

Patient ‘no-shows” can potentially have a tremendous negative impact upon Kenner Army Health Clinic. In FY14, there were 10,174 no-show appointments, resulting in a loss of $814,750 in revenue. The immediate and long-term effects of chronic no-shows include the loss of critical medical staff, curtailing services, losses of productivity, as well as patients who need appointments not being able to receive them.

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