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July Yard of the Month winners
Movie Night- Moana
Pet of the Quarter contest
Solar Eclipse Viewing Party
13th Annual FROG banquet
Vietnam Veterans/11D Welcome Home ceremony
Victory Fest 2017
The heat is on: Don’t overwork yourself in hot temperatures
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August 2nd- Yard of the Month Judging
August 21st- Solar Eclipse Viewing Party
August 25th – Movie Night- Moana
Congratulations to the Installation Yard of the Month winners SSG Christopher Homuth and Family and SFC Thomas Brown and Family as well as the Community Yard of the Month winners: SSG Dwight Helmuth and Family, SSG Michael Garnett and Family, SGT Thomas Taylor and Family, and PV2 Jomar Rodriguez and Family. To nominate a yard for Yard of the Month, please contact your community office.
Gather up your family, grab your lawn chairs and head over to the Warner Peterson Community Center on Friday, August 25th to enjoy a showing of the new Moana movie outdoors on the big screen! Activities and seating will begin at 7pm and the movie will start at dusk. Free popcorn, punch, and glow sticks will be available. Children must be accompanied by adults at all times. No pets please.
Each Quarter Corvias will be holding a Pet of the Quarter Contest. Residents can email a picture of their pet to their Community Center email address. Finalists will be posted on our Facebook page and the picture with the most likes will win a prize! Submissions for Quarter 3 are due to your office by September 30th. The theme for Q3 is Most Travelled Pet. Please have your name, your pet's name and age, and your address included in the email. Finalists will be posted to the Corvias Facebook page the first week of September. The picture with the most likes will win a gift card to Petco.
During the solar eclipse on August 21st, 2017 the moon’s shadow will pass over all of North America. This will be the first total solar eclipse visible in the US in 38 years! Come join us for this once in a lifetime event at the Colyer Forsyth Community Center on Monday, August 21st from 11-2pm! We will have free viewing glasses, activities, raffle, and snacks!
The 13th annual banquet will be held at Riley’s Conference center on Friday, July 28th at 5:30pm. For ticket information visit/message the FROG Facebook Page or call 785-630-0114.
Ceremony will be held Wednesday, August 23rd at 3:00pm in Building 837. Please RSVP to 1st LT Stephanie Preekett at 785-240-3866 or email email@example.com
Family and MWR Presents the Eli Young Band, The All –American Rejects, The Charlie Daniels Band, and Lit! Event is Saturday, August 19th at Marshall Army Airfield. For more information and tickets please visit www.victoryfest2017.com
If you’re working or playing outside under the hot August sun, you know that staying cool can be a challenge. It’s vital to your safety, of course, so take the proper steps to keep the heat from striking you down:
Water- Drink lots of it. Keep a water bottle handy in a shaded location so it doesn’t get too warm, and try to drink at least a cup every 20 minutes, whether you feel thirsty or not.
Shade-Avoid direct exposure to the sun when possible. Look for areas that aren’t already hot from sunlight earlier in the day, and where breezes can cool the air somewhat. Remember your sunscreen.
Break- Schedule regular breaks so everyone has a chance to cool down, get some water, and recover from the heat.
Acclimation- The body can learn to adapt to hot conditions, but don’t force it. Build up your tolerance for heat by gradually extending the amount of time you are in the sun.
Buddies- Keep an eye on your friends and family, and ask them to watch you for any signs of heat-related illness. People often don’t recognize the symptoms quickly enough.
A typical family consumes 182 gallons of soda, 29 gallons of juice, 104 gallons of milk, and 26 gallons of bottled water a year. That's a lot of containers -- make sure they're recycled!