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|2/1/22, 11:23 AM||2/1/22, 11:23 AM||Big Game Party - Feb. 13||4 p.m. Down Range Bar. Come join the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation at the Down Range Bar located on the side of the NCO Club for the big game on flat screens. There will be door prizes, specials, pool tables, darts. For more information, call (803) 782-2218.|
|2/1/22, 11:22 AM||2/1/22, 11:22 AM||Love and Money Matters Workshop - Feb. 11||2-4 p.m. The USAG Civilian Workforce Development Program (WFD), DFMWR/Army Community Service (ACS) Financial Readiness Program and Religious Support Office (RSO) are partnering to offer the Leader/Workforce Development Series "Love and Money Matters' workshop. Current Army Civilian employees, who are assigned to Fort Jackson, can sign-up for the "Love and Money Matters” workshop held virtually on the MS Teams platform. The two-hour “Love and Money Matters” workshop will teach effective communication strategies and address common money issues in relationships. Learn to set SMART goals as a couple that can lead to wealth building and a stronger relationship. Those wishing to attend must submit names and email addresses to WFD by Feb. 7. For more information, call (803) 751-6736.
|1/28/22, 9:44 AM||1/28/22, 9:44 AM||Upcoming road work||A section of Jackson Boulevard near the Directorate of Emergency Services, Building 5499, will be closed Tuesday, Feb. 1, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. to resurface the road to repair the distribution line for the central energy plant. One lane will be closed during that time for the repairs and flagmen will be present directing traffic.
|1/27/22, 2:01 PM||1/27/22, 2:01 PM||Spring Family Campout - March 26-27||4 p.m. Twin Lakes Park. This family friendly overnight primitive camping event will have fun activities such as games, fishing, s’mores making and more. We will provide hot dogs and chips for dinner and coffee and individually wrapped pastries for breakfast the next morning. Come join us by the bonfire and enjoy the great outdoors! Sign up at Marion Street Station today! You don’t need to have your own equipment, rent from us! Supplies are limited; please check with Marion Street Station for equipment availability.
Rental items available:
• Sleeping bags
• Sleeping pads
• Cook stoves/pots & pans
• Ghost stories by the bonfire
• Tent Set-up Demonstration
• How to build a campfire
• Outdoor games, i.e. corn hole and Kan Jam
To register please call Marion Street Station at (803) 751-3484
|1/27/22, 1:59 PM||1/27/22, 1:59 PM||Bataan Death March - March 20||6 a.m. Hilton Field Softball Complex. Come participate and honor the fallen Soldiers of the Bataan Death March at Hilton Field. There will be a 26.2 mile and a 14.2 round trip ruck march with 30Ibs (male) & 25Ibs (female). This is a free event for Soldiers and any Department of Defense ID Card Holders (over the age of 18 and in top physical condition. ) Participants can also sign up for the actual Bataan Death March in White Sands Missile Range, and conduct the event virtually using our course. Rucks can be weighed anytime after 5 a.m. For more information, call (803) 751-3096.|
|1/27/22, 1:57 PM||1/27/22, 1:57 PM||First Friday Golf Tournament - March 4||12:30 p.m. Fort Jackson Golf Club. The Captain’s Choice event will begin with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. You may enter your own team but the team must have a total team handicap of at least 40, with no single handicap counting for more than 20 of the team’s total. Field will be flighted based on team total handicap. Individuals are also encouraged to sign up.|
|1/27/22, 1:56 PM||1/27/22, 1:56 PM||Cars & Coffee - Feb. 26||8-11 a.m. Solomon Center parking lot. +Auto enthusiasts come together in the Solomon Center parking lot the fourth Saturday of every month to show off their rides. The event is brought by the Fort Jackson Auto Craft Shop and the 512 Trolley Cafe. For more information, call (803) 751-5755.|
|1/27/22, 1:54 PM||1/27/22, 1:54 PM||Black History Month 5K - Feb. 19||9 a.m. Pecan Orchard. Join Fort Jackson as it celebrates Black History Month with a 5K Fun Run/Walk. The race starts at 8 a.m. at the Pecan Orchard on post. For more information, call (803) 751-3700.|
|1/27/22, 1:53 PM||1/27/22, 1:37 PM||Privated-owned Weapons Day at Aachen Range - Feb. 19||10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Aachen Range. Open to all authorized ID card holders. Shoot at targets out to 200 meters. Paper targets and spotting scopes are provided. Register at Marion Street Station. Ensure all weapons are registered on post. No automatic weapons or .50 cal allowed. Ages 12 and up, 17 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, call (803) 751-3484.|
|1/27/22, 1:36 PM||1/27/22, 1:36 PM||Lifeguard Training - Feb. 18-20||Knight Indoor Pool. The American Red Cross is holding a three-day lifeguard training course Feb. 18-20. The class hours are 4-7 p.m. Feb. 18, 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Feb. 19, and 1-7 p.m. Feb. 20. Attendees must be at least 15 years old; can swim 300 yards continuously; tread water for two minutes without using arms; and must be able to retrieve a 10-kilogram brick from 7-12 feet of water within 1:40. All courses are blended learning requiring the completion of online learning prior to the first day of class. The course costs $160 for authorized patrons and $200 for non-authorized patrons. The costs for recertification are: $80 for authorized patrons and $100 for non-authorized patrons. Refunds are not authorized for failing to meet the pre-requisites or any portion of the course. For more information, call Knight Pool at (803) 751-4796. (Please leave a message if you reach voicemail.)
|1/27/22, 1:34 PM||1/27/22, 1:34 PM||Women's Automotive Skills Class - Feb. 18, 25||5-7 p.m. Auto Craft Shop. Participants will go through “Know Your Privately Owned Vehicle 101,” that incorporates inspecting your POV hoses, belts, brakes, rotors, tires and fluids all in a controlled environment. Instructors will assist students with how to change the oil, roadside simulation of a flat tire, rotate tires properly, and we will be using hydraulic vehicle lifts and power tools. You will also be issued your DA Form 3031-1Shop Safety Card, that is honored at all Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation auto skills shops. This is a two- part series. Each class will be approximately 2 hours. Price per class is $30 per person, this includes lifts fees, tools fees and instruction. Fore more information call, (803) 751-5755.|
|1/27/22, 1:33 PM||1/27/22, 1:33 PM||Date Night Paint & Sip - Feb. 12||5-7 p.m. Solomon Center. Join the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation for a Valentine’s Day evening of painting and a variety of beverages and snacks. Whether you are a couple, BFFs or bros it doesn’t matter, our instructor will guide you through two acrylic painting that when joined together make one larger picture. Limit two drinks per person. All ages are welcome, but you must be 21 years or older to consume alcoholic beverages. For more information, call (803) 751-3484.|
|1/27/22, 1:27 PM||1/27/22, 1:27 PM||Valentine's Lunch Buffet - Feb. 11||11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. NCO Club. Join the NCO Club for a special lunch for busy personnel at Fort Jackson as part of a celebration of Valentine’s Day. For more information, call (803) 782-2218.|
|1/27/22, 1:26 PM||1/27/22, 1:26 PM||Post Newcomer's Orientation - Feb. 10||9 a.m. NCO Club. This orientation is mandatory for all Soldiers and Department of the Army Civilians arriving at Fort Jackson. Spouses are encouraged to attend. This will be a great opportunity for spouses to receive first-hand information about the valuable available resources on and around Fort Jackson. There will be no on-site childcare for this event. Please note, everyone in attendance will be required to wear a face mask, regardless of vaccination status, and will adhere to safe social distancing practices. For additional information, call Army Community Service at (803) 751-5256.|
|1/27/22, 1:22 PM||1/27/22, 1:22 PM||Shred Day - Feb. 9||9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Fort Jackson Recycling Center, 5671 Lee Road. All types of paper with sensitive information will be accepted, but NO classified documents. Shredding papers with your personal information provides a level of insurance against identity theft and misuse. If you have any questions or comments please call (803) 751-4208.|
|1/27/22, 1:22 PM||1/27/22, 1:22 PM||Community Blood Drive - Feb. 7||11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Moncrief Army Health Clinic. The Red Cross will conduct a community blood drive at 4500 Hill Street in the 4th floor multipurpose room. One pint of blood can save up to three (3) lives so everyone is encouraged to come out and support this outstanding event. In order to ensure proper staffing, social distancing, and reduce the waiting time, it is vital that we schedule as many appointments as possible in advance. To schedule an appointment visit: Redcrossblood.org and use sponsor code: fortjackson.|
|1/27/22, 1:21 PM||1/27/22, 1:21 PM||First Friday Golf Tournament - Feb. 4||2:30 p.m. Fort Jackson Golf Club. The Captain’s Choice event will begin with a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. You may enter your own team but the team must have a total team handicap of at least 40, with no single handicap counting for more than 20 of the team’s total. Field will be flighted based on team total handicap. Individuals are also encouraged to sign up.|
|1/27/22, 1:19 PM||1/27/22, 1:19 PM||First Friday Golf Tournament -|
|1/27/22, 1:18 PM||1/27/22, 1:18 PM||National Prayer Breakfast - Feb. 3||7:30 a.m. NCO Club. Chaplain (Col.) Joey T. Byrd, command chaplain for U.S. Central Command at MacDill Air Force Base, in Tampa, Fla., will be the guest speaker at the Fort Jackson event. The event will also be streamed live on the Religious Support Office Facebook page. For more information, call 751-3121.|
|1/21/22, 11:44 AM||1/21/22, 11:44 AM||Upcoming Road Work||Lee Road between Starbucks/Popeyes and Brown Avenue will be one lane with a flagman directing traffic on 24, 25, and 28 Jan from 8 to 10 a.m. each day due to upcoming gas line placement.
Strom Thurmond/Forest Drive will have the right hand lane closed on 24, 25, and 28 Jan from 8 - 10 a.m. each day to drop materials for a COMET bus stop