Archive for April, 2011
Spring Fest is coming Stuttgart’s Child, Youth and School Services will host its annual egg hunt and Spring Fest April 23 on Patch Barracks. The egg hunt will begin at 10 a.m. on Husky Field, followed by activities at the Patch Hub, including pony rides. All activities are free of…
Italian cooking isn’t just about making food: it’s the practice of
enjoying life’s simple pleasures. That’s what students learned in the
first “Art of the Italian Kitchen” cooking class offered by the
Stuttgart branch of the United Service Organizations, which ended April
The importance of wearing a helmet, from one service members personal account.
T.J. Liquori may have never played in a band before, but that did not
stop him from his ambitious plan of performing an original composition
with friends during the Patch High School Follies held April 7 in the
The Follies is PHS’s annual talent show and is sponsored by the school’s Parent Teacher Organization.
As the school year ends, many students begin their summer job search.
But Stuttgart teens don’t have to wait until summer to enter the job market.
The Child, Youth and School Services Hired program lets teens enhance their resumes and earn a little cash throughout the year.
Norma Nunez, having just received an autism diagnosis for her 3-year-old
son last November, wondered if there was a support group in U.S. Army
Garrison Stuttgart for families facing similar issues.
Despite U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart’s efforts to inform Robinson
Barracks residents about the need to cease use of unapproved electronic
devices, such items continue to cause significant interference with
German telecommunication services there.
The Army first observed the Month of the Military Child in 1986 to honor
the youngest members of the Army community. Twenty-five years later,
recognition of the sacrifices and strength of our military children is
more vital than ever.
The life of military children has always had its challenges, foremost
among them frequent relocations. Every time families move, children have
to make new friends, get used to new schools, and find new clubs and
teams to join.
The Combined Exchange on Robinson Barracks is being transformed into two
separate stores: a commissary run by Defense Commissary Agency and a
furniture store run by Army and Air Force Exchange Service.
Stuttgart families are devoted to wrestling.
That much was clear at the Child, Youth and School Services regional
wrestling tournament hosted in U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart at the Patch
High School gym March 26.