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- Don’t miss Randolph Pointe’s Black and White party
- Time Warner digital adapter box
- Last day of pool season is approaching
- Suicide Awareness – recognize the signs and know the resources
- Green Corner
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- September 3 – Deadline to register for MWR’s Flag Football Program
- September 7 – Labor Day office hours will be from 9AM-1PM
- September 11 – Randolph Pointe’s Black and White Party from 6-9PM
- September 10 – Right Arm Night at Sports USA starts at 4PM
- September 11-20 – Cumberland County Fair at the Crown Complex
- September 12 & 13 – MWR Renaissance Faire at Smith Lake Recreation Area
- September 19 – Race Fort Bragg. Reebok Spartan Race will be hosted. Commit as a team to running, jumping, climbing, and crawling 3+ miles through a course riddled with over 20 obstacles.
Randolph Pointe will host their annual Black and White party on 11 September from 6-9PM at the Randolph Pointe Clubhouse. Don’t miss a great night of FREE food, music, and FUN. Bring a friend along to enjoy the evening with. Talk with your community center for more details.
Time warner cable has gone digital and each apartment needs a Digital adapter (DTA) to receive channels. Each cable outlet has to have a box installed. It is necessary to keep them plugged in to receive power. If not, the box can "time out" and become inactive. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to your community office.
All Corvias pools will close for the summer starting, Tuesday, September 8. The last day swimming pools will be open is Monday, September 7! Don’t forget to check the pool calendar to verify hours of operation on September 7.
If you have not yet enjoyed Randolph Pointe’s luxury-style swimming pool this summer, be sure to visit before it is too late!
Service Members and their families are strong and face many adventures throughout their military career but the military can also be stressful at times and some may start to feel isolated, overwhelmed, or angry when dealing with challenging situations. These reactions can be common responses to life events. However, for some, these feelings may be signs of more serious conditions. People coping with challenges may feel like there is no escape from their symptoms, leading them to have thoughts of suicide. If you or someone you know is experiencing a crisis call 1-800-273-TALK (8255) – press ‘1’ for the Military Crisis Line or Text to 838255. You can also visit www.militarycrisisline.net.
The Fort Bragg Military Community also has several local resources to help Service Members and their families to include the Chaplains at 910-396-6564 during normal business hours or at 910-396-HELP after duty hours. You can also reach out to Womack Social Work Services at 910-907-7869.
If you or someone you know is talking about suicide get them assistance immediately with three steps – Ask, Care, Escort. Ask your loved one if they are thinking of killing themselves. Care for your loved one – actively listen to show understanding, remove any means that could be used for self-injury. Escort your loved one – never leave them alone! Escort them to Chain of Command, Chaplain, Behavioral Health Professional, or Primary Care Provider.
Keep your refrigerator and freezer at the right temperature. The refrigerator should be between 38° F and 42° F and the freezer between 0° F and 5° F.