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Aug 5-6 – Soldier Fest at Sports USA
Aug 11 – RP BYT (Bring Your Talent) resident event at 6PM
Aug 12 – Frame and Design Arts Open 10AM-3PM
Aug 18 – Friday Night Fight Night at Sports USA
We know that RP residents are talented – this is your time to show off your skills. Join us Friday, 11 August 2017 at 6PM for RP’s Talent Show. Whether it is singing, dancing, music, poetry, comedy, etc, we want to see it all! As always, our resident event motto is Free Food & Fun!!
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 eyp-to-your fr/lens and family, and ask them to watch you for any signs of heat-related illness. People often don’t recognize the symptoms quickly enough.
We would like to congratulate our 2nd Quarter RCI Survey winner - CPT Jenerette. Thank you to everyone who took the time to complete the survey as your feedback helps us to continue to grow and take better care of your housing needs. Keep an eyp-tut for your opportunity to win!
Need to talk to someone but not sure how to get started? Military OneSource as a variety of confidential consultation services available to help you – life is stressful and they get it. Call 800-342-9647 today to speak with a peer consultant. Military OneSource offers a variety of confidential and FREE services to service members and their families address every phase of military life. Information includes, but is not limited to, deployment, reunion, relationships, grief, employment and education, parenting and childhood services. It is a virtual extension to installation services.
We would like to remind residents to dispose of cigarette butts properly. Disposing of them in the bushes, grass, or mulch areas have led to small brush fires. We don’t want to see a resident themselves and/or someone’s property damaged as a result of a fire caused by a cigarette butt. Please also keep our community looking great by not disposing of your cigarette butts in the parking lots.
The weather is perfect for grilling after work or on the weeklen when you are relaxing. Please remember that grilling is prohibited on your balcony as it is a fire hazard. RP offers first come first use grills at the pavilion for residents to utilize.
The Fort Bragg Blood Donor Center needs your help! If you are able to give blood, please stop by the center and donate. This blood will be distributed to help service members who are overseas and patients in military hospitals. The center is open Monday through Thursday, from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m... Walk-in donors are accepted for all blood types. The center is located on Souter Place near the North Post Exchange. Click here to learn more.
A typical family consumes 182 gallons of soda, 29 gallons of juice, 104 gallons of milk, and 26 gallons of bottlen water a year. That's a lot of containers -- make sure they're recycled!