The celebratory event will take place in the Lee Theater. Admission is free and open to the public. The guest speaker will be Jose Hernandez, Petroleum and Water Department director, Quartermaster School. Special cultural dances by cadre and others are planned.
Over 25 health and wellness vendors will participate in this Family and MWR event that's being held at MacLaughlin Fitness Center. There will be fitness demonstrations throughout the day, including spin, yoga, functional fitness and rockwall climbing. Multiple prize giveaways also are planned. All community members are welcome. For more information, call 804-765-3070.
Transitioning service members, family members and DoD civilians are invited to this free workshop to receive tips on fine-tuning objectives, crafting work history, showcasing skills and more. Call 804-734-6612 or e-mail email@example.com to register.
All Team Lee members are invited to participate in the POW-MIA Observance taking place at the Lee Club. It will feature an honor guard and a missing-man ceremony in which troops place commemorative items on a table dedicted to POWs and MIAs. CSM Terry Burton, Ordnance Corps CSM, will be the guest speaker. Tickets for the lunch can be purchased through any agency sergeant major. For further info, call 804-734-7299.
Hosted by Fort Lee Soldier for Life-Retirement Services at the Soldier Support Center, 1401 B. Ave., Bldg. 3400. Our goal for this year’s event is to ensure that our retiree's concerns are heard. There will be information booths, health screenings, free lunch and giveaways. Call 804-734-6911 for details.
All military members (active and reserve), DOD Civilians and their spouses can attend this free course that will be conducted in Fort Lee's Training Support Center, Bldg. 1111, on First Street. Participants will learn about personal finance, credit issues, qualifying and applying for a loan, how to receive a first-time homebuyer's closing grant and more. For registration and additional information, call 804-765-3862.
Community members can shout “Eins, zwei, gesoffen,” and hoist a 28-ounce, limited-edition commemorative mug as they tap their feet, sing and enjoy dancers, a band, food and much more; all while children enjoy inflatable rides and games in the popular KidZone area at the Lee Club during our annual Oktoberfest. Info | Tickets