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Parks PRFTA Army Base - Dublin, CA

 

 

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(** Please note change of location TO PX, 670 Davis Rd. **)
Celebrate the #USARBirthday110 today.

Stop by the Parks Reserve Forces Training Area Post Exchange, Bldg 670
Davis Rd., 11:30 a.m. and enjoy a slice of cake.

The short celebration is hosted by the garrison command team and Parks RFTA Family and MWR.

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Do you enjoy painting? Don’t forget! Sign up by May 4 for this fun event in honor of Military Spouse Appreciation Day, May 11.

This Parks RFTA Family and MWR event is FREE to all valid Military Spouse ID holders. Call (925) 829-1912 today to sign up.

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The Parks Reserve Forces Training Area community enjoyed the Month of the Military Child carnival April 21 at the track, Davis Rd. and 6th St., across from The Village at Camp Parks.

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#DYK?
Enjoy #EarthDay2018. What are some ways you conserve or reuse resources?

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Hurry out for the final hour of #MonthoftheMilitaryChild carnival at the physical fitness track.

Be sure to visit the safety tent to learn more about bicycle safety and the requirement to wear a helmet. Then at 1:30, be present for the drawing for one of these bicycles.

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Don’t forget you can use Public Works’ industrial shredder today to safely dispose of your unneeded important documents.
Go visit Tom, Building 791 now until 2 p.m.
Do your part today for Earth Day.

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Celebrate #monthofthemilitarychild today. Head to the PRFTA track now until 2 p.m.

This year's theme, "Brave Hearts, Resilient Souls," will help the nation understand how important #USArmy's children are, no matter where they are stationed.

Child & Youth Services, Parks RFTA Family and MWR, thanks the sponsors of the 2018 MOMC carnival:
Exchange
IHG Army Hotels
USO Bay Area and
Waterford Family Dental Group

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Don't miss these great events scheduled 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., Saturday, April 21.

Parks RFTA Family and MWR is hosting the Month of the Military Child carnival at the track, Davis Road and Camp Parks Blvd.

And in honor of #ArmyEarthDay18 the Directorate of Public Works, Parks Reserve Forces Training Area is hosting a free shredding day 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 791 5th Street.

PRFTA residents, gather up your documents in need of secure disposalso that you can safely and properly dispose of your papers.

Public Works staff will greet you at the office and help you to use PRFTA bulk shredding device.

In a few minutes, you can be back to the carnival family fun.
Please note that the shredding device may be used only for unclassified and personal documents.

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How do you plan to celebrate celebrate #USARBirthday110?
Start by remembering history of the U.S. Army Reserve founding.

Army Reserve History

Celebrating 110 years of serviceAmerica’s Army Reserve began in 1908 as a small medical corps and has evolved into the most capable, combat-ready & lethal federal reserve force in the history of the Nation.Learn more here: https://go.usa.gov/xQjPd#USARBirthday110

Posted by U.S. Army Reserve on Friday, April 20, 2018

#TBT #USARBirthday110. How long have you served? Does your family have a history of service with the #USArmyReserve?

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Saturday's the day!
Two great events are planned 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., April 21.

Parks RFTA Family and MWR is hosting the Month of the Military Child carnival at the track, Davis Rd. and Camp Parks Blvd.

And in honor of #ArmyEarthDay18 the Directorate of Public Works, Parks Reserve Forces Training Area is hosting a free shredding day Saturday, April 21, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 791 5th Street.

PRFTA residents, gather up your documents in need of secure disposalso that you can safely and properly dispose of your papers.

Public Works staff will greet you at the office and help you to use PRFTA bulk shredding device.

In a few minutes, you can be back to the carnival family fun.
Please note that the shredding device may be used only for unclassified and personal documents.

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Reminder - Exercise your body and spirit, TODAY, 11:30 a.m.

It’s time for spring cleaning…
Use the Prayer/Meditation Walk to enhance your physical, mental & spiritual health!

Parks Reserve Forces Training Area Religious Services Office presents a Spiritual Fitness Prayer Walk, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., today -- Wednesday, April 18 at the PRFTA running track. (The track is along Davis Road, between Camp Parks Blvd and 6th Street.)

The RSO will provide healthy snacks and drinks as well as prayer guides under the tent.

Everything is free and open to everyone.

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In honor and memory of First Lady Barbara Bush

#OnThisDay... Today marks the 112th anniversary of the earthquake that struck Northern California in 1906. The exact time was 5:12 AM. The earthquake, measuring 7.9, destroyed most of San Francisco. Over 3,000 people were killed.

This anniversary of the earthquake is a reminder for all of us to be prepared.

Be Informed, Make A Plan, Build a Kit and Get Involved. Be #ReadyArmy. Learn more, http://ready.army.mil/

In honor of #ArmyEarthDay18 the Directorate of Public Works, Parks Reserve Forces Training Area is hosting a free shredding day Saturday, April 21, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 791 5th Street.

PRFTA residents, gather up your documents in need of secure disposal.

During Parks RFTA Family and MWR Month of the Military Child carnival, take a short break to celebrate Earth Day and safely and properly dispose of your papers.

Public Works staff will greet you at the office and help you to use PRFTA bulk shredding device.

In a few minutes, you can be back to the carnival family fun.
Please note that the shredding device may be used only for unclassified and personal documents.

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It’s time for spring cleaning…
Use the Prayer/Meditation Walk to enhance your physical, mental & spiritual health!

Parks Reserve Forces Training Area Religious Services Office presents a Spiritual Fitness Prayer Walk, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Wednesday, April 18 at the PRFTA running track.

The RSO will provide healthy snacks and drinks as well as prayer guides under the tent.

Everything is free and open to everyone.

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#SpeakUp, #SpeakOut.
Prevent sexual harassment and assault.

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Don't miss this fun event, Saturday. Celebrate the #MonthoftheMilitaryChild with your family.

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#DYK? Army Family and MWR Programs Libraries support a worldwide network of Soldiers, Families, Veterans, and DOD Civilians.

MWR Libraries' online resources include military training, investment tools, educational resources to write that perfect college paper or get tutor help, transition resources, auto repair resources, latest best-sellers as an e-book or audio book, interactive e-books for children, magazines, and newspapers -- all available 24/7.

AKO's online library has been updated.

To Access 24/7 over 250,000 eBooks, Newspapers, and Online Tutors for FREE all you have to do is fill out the request form using the link below...
https://mwrlibrary.armybiznet.com/selfreg

* Ancestry Library ProQuest Edition (ProQuest) Access to more than 7 billion names in more than 4,000 genealogical databases including Census Records, Passenger Lists and UK, and Ireland records. A help guide is available. (funded by Army MWR Library)

* Chilton Library (Gale)
Complete automotive repair manuals 1954 – current as published in the Chilton Total Car Care Series. (funded by OSD)

* Consumer Reports (EBSCO)
Find the best deals, ratings, and reviews on thousands of popular consumer items from one of the most respected sources available. (funded by OSD)

* Encyclopedia Britannica
A fully searchable and browsable collection of authoritative references, including Britannica's latest article database, hundreds of articles not found in the print Britannica, Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary (Tenth Edition), the Britannica Book of the Year, and thousands of links to other World Wide Web sites selected by Britannica editors. The online version of Britannica Online is continuously updated and enhanced on a daily basis with new articles, revisions, and related Internet sites. (funded by OSD)

* National Geographic Virtual Library (Gale) National Geographic Virtual Library brings the National Geographic Society to the library in a cross-searchable platform that fits the way today's students and patrons conduct their research. Database includes access to archived issues of National Geographic magazine from 1888-1994. (funded by Army MWR Library)

* NoveList K-8 Plus (EBSCO)
Determine Lexile measures of books read. Find books to read by grade level with Common Core and then curriculum connections. (funded by OSD)

* Rosetta Stone Language Learning (EBSCO Library Edition) Choose from 30 language courses. Rosetta Stone provides an interactive immersion method of language learning. You will be prompted to create a username and password of your choice upon first access. Note: Mobile apps for Rosetta Stone are available through the iOS App Store and Google Play. However, you cannot log in directly to the app. You will need to start all learning sessions via this MWR Library Rosetta Stone link. After you authenticate through the library, the app will launch automatically. Please see our Help Brochure. (funded by Army MWR Library)

* TumblebookLibrary (For ages 1 – elementary school) Animated, talking, picture books. Read, listen, play games.

* TumblebookCloud Junior (Grades 2-6)
An online collection of ebooks and read-along chapter books, graphic novels, educational videos, and audio books designed specifically for elementary and middle school age children. All books are available with unlimited access, all the time, from any device with an internet connection. (funded by OSD)

* Tutor.com
Chat 24/7 with a tutor for elementary-K12 through college algebra, essay writing, calculus, physics and more. (funded by OSD)

* WorldCat
WorldCat is the world's largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. (funded by Army MWR Library)

Month of the Military Child!

Month of the Military Child

Month of the Military Child #MOMC reiterates the Army’s commitment to increasing the readiness of our youngest heroes. The Army theme for 2018 is “Brave Hearts, Resilient Souls.”

Posted by Fort Hunter Liggett on Friday, April 13, 2018

Month of the Military Child!

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Military Spouse Employment Partnership Partner is hosting a Facebook Live event on Thursday, April 19 at 3 p.m. ET featuring employer Unisys. This is an opportunity for military spouses to ask questions and communicate with human resources and hiring experts from companies committed to hiring military spouses. If you or military spouses in your community are interested, but are not able to attend, you can check out the thread and find more information by clicking on /www.facebook.com/DoDMilSpouse/events/. You can also check out their LinkedIn page for more program info.

The barber shop at Camp Parks is re-opened, as of April 11.

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