2015 Army Soldier Show
The U.S. Army Installation Management Command will present the 2015 Army Soldier Show July 8, 7:30 p.m., at Williams Stadium. The free 90-minute performance is open to the public.
The production titled “We Serve” explores the foundational elements of what it means to serve, in and out of uniform, as well as how the U.S. in return serves its uniformed forces.
The show will include modern songs, current hits, vibrant costuming, exciting choreography and spectacular visuals. While the event is free, new gate entry procedures must be adhered to in order to attend.
Visit www.lee.army.mil/pmo/access/aspx for these requirements.
Petersburg Chapter 28 for National Active and Retired Federal Employees will hold its last meeting before the summer break June 17, 11:30 a.m., at the Lighthouse Seafood Restaurant, 11976 S Crater Road, Petersburg.
There will be a short business meeting followed by lunch ordered from the menu. Retirees and active employees from all federal agencies are invited to attend, as well as spouses, annuitants and guests.
For details, call (804) 861-8251.
KAHC Change of Command
Lt. Col. Brett Venable will take charge of Kenner Army Health Clinic during a change of command ceremony June 19, noon, in Wylie Hall, Transportation School, 711 B Ave.
He is replacing Col. Thomas S. Bundt who has held the command position since June 2013. The ceremony is open to everyone in the Fort Lee community.
For details, call (804) 734-9086.
Curtailed Services for Commander’s Call
Kenner Army Health Clinic will curtail services June 18, 1-4 p.m., to allow staff to attend a quarterly commander’s call and training session.
The clinic will re-open in the late afternoon for pharmacy services. Patients with routine needs should contact the clinic before or after the closure.
To reach the on-call provider when the clinic is closed, contact the administrative officer of the day at (804) 734-9000.
FMWR ‘World’s Largest Swimming Lesson’
Community members are invited to participate in “The World’s Largest Swimming Lesson” June 18, 10 a.m., at the Battle Drive Pool.
The free event is sponsored by Family and MWR. Its pool facilities around the world – pools, waterparks and other aquatic facilities – will participate in the activity meant to decrease drowning incidents in Army communities by teaching youngsters how to swim. Drowning is the second leading cause of unintended, injury-related death for children, ages 1-14. FMWR hopes to break a Guinness World Record with the event as well.
Pre-registration is requested. The pool is located behind the Lee Club on Battle Drive.
For registration and details, call (804) 734-6198.
Host Families Requested
The International Military Student Office at the Army Logistics University is always looking for community members on and off-post to serve as social sponsors for international students who attend classes at Fort Lee.
The hosts help the students to learn more about the local community and make them feel welcome as visitors to the U.S.
For details, call (804) 765-8159 or email email@example.com.