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Posted: May 18, 2017 12:14 p.m.
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Army Community Service Briefs - May 18

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Register now for ACS classes
You asked, we listened. Online registration is now available for FRG classes through "Eventbrite." Please go to Link is also posted on the ACS portion of the Team Stewart website.

Learn, empower yourself with ACS
ACS has many great services for Soldiers, spouses and children, yet not everyone knows we are located in five different areas. Stop by today and visit the staff on Stewart in buildings 81, 82, 86, 87 and the SFAC building 4973. The Hunter staff is located in building 1286. You’ll be glad you did. Let’s push ACS programs in 2017.

Like ACS on Facebook
Search for “Army Community Service, Stewart/Hunter AAF.” You can get ACS Exceptional Family Member Program information by searching for “Stewart/Hunter Exceptional Family Member Program.” Help our Hunter Army Airfield community get more “likes” by visiting their Facebook page. ACS publishes great information for our Soldiers and Army Families there as well. Search for Hunter Army Airfield and pass the word along.

ACS building is accessible to everyone
Army Community Service wishes to inform our community that our facilities meet, or exceed, the standards for persons with disabilities. Our facilities are wheelchair accessible; and should you need assistance upon arrival, please inform one of our staff members. The playground next to building 82 at Fort Stewart is certified as an Exceptional Family Member playground. Hunter EFMP playground is located next to building 1284. For questions, please contact ACS at 912-767-5058 or 912-315-6816.

Free Classes offered at Stewart
Following are upon request from chain of command
• Sponsorship Training
• Risk Management for Senior NCOs (E7-E9)
• FAP Commander/Senior Leader Briefing

Every Monday
Financial Planning for PCS    10 to 11:30 a.m.
ACS Stewart, building 86
*Mandatory for E-4 and Below

Free Classes offered at Hunter
Call for appointment for the following:
• Army Family Team Building Infant Massage
• FAP Commander/Senior Leader Briefing

Lending Closet    7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Building 1286

Learn anger/stress management
If you avoid conflict, easily lose it, wish people would just leave you alone, stay resentful or ticked off? Then this training is for you. Join ACS 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 22 in building 82 and learn to empower yourself by understanding and managing your anxiety, avoidance and anger. Learn how to empower yourself for your own long term benefit. For more information or to register, call 912-767-2882.

Foreign Born Spouses Ice Cream Party
Join the ACS Foreign Born Spouses/Hearts Apart Club as we conduct an Ice Cream Party 10 a.m. to noon June 13 in ACS building 86. Foreign Born Spouses sometimes struggle with meeting new friends and getting to know other Spouses. Come to the Ice Cream Party to enjoy the moment, get to meet new friends and share connections with others. Please call 912-767-5058 for more details.

AFTB is back, get to know Army
AFTB is back better than ever and we have scheduled an evening training 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. May 16 in ACS building 87. Join our spouse trainers as we conduct "Getting to know the Army." This module will introduce spouses new to the Army and help break down barriers, and get to know the "lingo" of the Army. Please register at the ACS Eventbrite Page or by calling 912-767-1257.

R.E.A.L. FRG Funds Custodian Training
Join the Mobilization/Deployment Team May 30 as we instruct Readiness Essentials for Army Leaders FRG Informal Funds Training. The use of FRG informal funds can be tricky. It doesn’t matter if you’re a FRG leader, advisor, FRL, treasurer or a dedicated FRG volunteer, we hope you attend as we debunk rumors, invite discussion and educate participants on the proper use of FRG informal funds. Registration is available on the ACS Eventbrite Page located at the ACS Portion of the Team Stewart Website.

Learn R.E.A.L. Family Readiness Liaison
Readiness Essentials for Army Leaders Family Readiness Liaison happens May 23 and 24. This two-day training will prepare Soldiers who are appointed as FRLs to assist with the operational, logistical and administrative aspects of the FRG. As a liaison between the command and the FRG volunteer the FRL must know the ins and outs of the FRG and how their role can assist both the command and the volunteers. The course covers: Leadership Management, Volunteer Management, Communication Network, Stability Support and the FRG, Non-Mission Essential Activities, and Resources. Upon completion of the course the FRL will know their role in the FRG and how to assist with execution of the FRG mission. Please call 912-767-1257 to sign up.

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