01 Jul 2022 09:33
4 p.m., Hilton Field. The Fort Jackson Independence Day Fireworks celebration is back, free, and open to the public. Enjoy live entertainment by Breland, children’s activities, food, beverage and more.
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|Date Modified||Date Added||Title||Announcement Body|
|7/1/22, 9:33 AM||7/1/22, 9:33 AM||Independence Day Celebration||4 p.m., Hilton Field. The Fort Jackson Independence Day Fireworks celebration is back, free, and open to the public. Enjoy live entertainment by Breland, children’s activities, food, beverage and more.
|5/13/22, 8:58 AM||5/13/22, 8:58 AM||Full Scale Exercise||Guests coming to Fort Jackson May 18 should expect longer wait times at installation activities due to a joint emergency training operation. Be advised that no one will be in immediate danger. The exercise is something the Army does periodically to ensure our people know the crisis actions steps to keep people safe. There will be increased activity of emergency response vehicles across post as the installation holds a force protection exercise involving numerous simulated casualties. We ask all guests to be patient and follow all traffic signs and lights, and commands from first responders and a voice broadcast system.
|4/12/22, 9:55 AM||4/12/22, 9:55 AM||Retiree Appreciation Days Golf Tournament||9 a.m. Fort Jackson Golf Club on the Old Hickory Course. All military retirees and their guests are eligible to participate in the Captain’s Choice tournament. Enter individually or as a team of four. Entry Fee is $40 for FJGC members and $50 all Authorized Patrons and $55 for Civilian Guests. This year’s field is limited to 128 players/32 teams. Stop by the golf club or call to register.|
|4/12/22, 9:23 AM||4/12/22, 9:22 AM||Earth Day hours||The Mulch Site and Recycling Center hours for the Earth Week Clean-Up, April 16-22 are:
Mulch Site: Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri from 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Recycling Center: Mon-Fri from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.
|4/12/22, 9:20 AM||4/12/22, 9:20 AM||Earth Day 2022||Fort Jackson will be celebrating Earth Day this year by having a week-long opportunity for community members to participate in cleanups in there foot prints and neighborhoods. Community members are asked to find an opportunity to do a cleanup in an area where you live work or a public space between April 16-22 and post their photos to social media using #FJEarthDay22.
Purpose of Earth Week 2022:
• Allows organizations time to conduct much needed area beautification
• Instills and reaffirms pride in our community
• Allows abandoned areas to be adopted / cleaned
• Gives units a week long window to clean up as mission allows
• Promotes teamwork
• Allows family members time to participate in their neighborhoods
|3/3/22, 6:17 PM||3/3/22, 6:17 PM||Updated Fort Jackson Mask Policy||Effective Mar. 3, 5 p.m., masks are no longer required in most Fort Jackson facilities. Surgical grade masks are still required for entrance to medical and dental facilities, and for MEPS/Receptions operations.|
|2/25/22, 7:55 AM||2/25/22, 7:55 AM||Road Closure||"The Fort Jackson Directorate of Public Works will be conducting environmental remediation at Semmes Lake Friday, February 25, from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Semmes Road will be closed from Marion Ave. to Lee Road. Housing residents will have access to the housing area during this time. Please continue to follow the U.S. Army Garrison Fort Jackson Facebook page and Fort Jackson Twitter for updates."
|2/15/22, 11:23 AM||2/15/22, 11:23 AM||Knight Pool reopens||Good News! The wait is over! Knight Pool reopened Feb. 14
Hours of Operation are:
Monday, Wednesday, Friday 6 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Tuesday, Thursday Noon to 6 p.m.
Ask about our Lifeguard classes! For more information, call (803) 751-6990
|2/10/22, 3:52 PM||2/10/22, 3:52 PM||Moseby Street Closure||Moseby Street will remain closed for construction through February 28 for the active vehicle barrier installation. Construction may be completed earlier so please continue to follow Fort Jackson social media accounts for updates.
|2/10/22, 3:52 PM||2/10/22, 3:52 PM||Gate 2 Lane Closure||Fort Jackson's Gate 2 will have one lane closed throughout the day Friday, Feb. 11 due to installation of electrical conduit for the active vehicle barrier installation. Work will begin at around 9 a.m. and end around 3 p.m. Please use caution while entering post via Gate 2. We will post updates as we receive them.
|2/10/22, 3:32 PM||2/10/22, 3:32 PM||Moncrief Vaccination Update||Moncrief Army Health Clinic has resumed Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine administration for 1st, 2nd and booster doses for service members and beneficiaries.
Appointments can be scheduled at the Integrated Health Medical Home "Immunizations" by calling 1-803-751-CARE (2273).
The Solomon Center will be open for walk-ins on February 11 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. (last dose administered at 12:45 p.m.)
A single booster dose of Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine under EUA is recommended for individuals 18 years of age and older:
- 5 months after completion of Moderna
- 5 months after completion of WHO-EUL approved primary series
- 2 months after completion of the Johnson & Johnson/Janssen shot
Individuals 12-17 years of age may receive a single Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine booster dose at least 5 months after the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine primary series.
|2/10/22, 10:12 AM||2/10/22, 10:12 AM||Couples Paint and Sip - Canceled||The Couples Paint and Sip event scheduled for Feb. 12 has been canceled.|
|2/4/22, 10:42 AM||2/4/22, 10:42 AM||First Friday Golf - Canceled||Due to today's rain, and in an effort to not damage the golf course, the monthly Commanding General's 1ST Friday Golf has been canceled. The next CG's 1ST Friday Golf will be held on March 4. We apologize for the short notice, but we waited until this morning to determine if the weather would allow us to play.
|2/4/22, 10:41 AM||2/4/22, 10:41 AM||First Friday Golf - Canceled||Due to today's rain, and in an effort to not damage the golf course, the monthly Commanding General's 1ST Friday Golf has been canceled. The next CG's 1ST Friday Golf will be held on March 4. We apologize for the short notice, but we waited until this morning to determine if the weather would allow us to play.
|2/2/22, 8:28 AM||2/1/22, 11:19 AM||FJ 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.|
|2/1/22, 11:30 AM||2/1/22, 11:30 AM||Beginner's Archery - March 5||12-3 p.m. Golden Arrow Archery Range. Outdoor Recreation will offer an introduction to archery class for novice archery students which will include all necessary equipment for this course. Certified archery instructors will teach you the basics of the sport of archery. Hone your skills through one-on-one instruction. After gaining confidence, participate in some friendly games. Each patron will receive detailed instruction on safety and precautions; equipment familiarization; proper stance; how to hold a bow; aiming/sighting; and shooting. Register at Marion Street Station by March 2.|
|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