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Door-slamming fun, scandal star in ‘Rumors’ at Kelley Theatre

Door-slamming fun, scandal star in ‘Rumors’ at Kelley Theatre

The deputy mayor of New York lies bleeding on the floor and his wife is
missing — just in time for their 10th wedding anniversary party: thus
opens “Rumors,” a farcical play by Neil Simon, now showing at the Kelley
Theatre.

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Cut back on alcohol use with forethought, practice

Cut back on alcohol use with forethought, practice

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, and there’s no better time to consider
cutting back on alcohol consumption. The National Institute of
Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse recommends the following strategies for
cutting back.

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Forum aids women seeking to enhance careers

Forum aids women seeking to enhance careers

Accomplished professionals revealed their strategies for success during
the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Women’s Leadership Forum held March 24
on Patch Barracks.

April 7, 2011 ×
Peek into Mozart’s past in Salzburg, Austria

Peek into Mozart’s past in Salzburg, Austria

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is known throughout the world for his music: He
produced 22 operas, in addition to instrumental compositions,
symphonies, serenades, marches, string quartets and songs.

March 24, 2011 ×
Interns make impact on local Family and MWR programs

Interns make impact on local Family and MWR programs

John Hamilton, working as a fitness coordinator at Fort Huachuca,
Ariz., was on a quest to further develop his career in sports and
fitness. A homework lab technician for youth at Fort Stewart, Ga., Mary
Kane was searching for a way to move into management.

March 24, 2011 ×
Some like it hot: USAG Stuttgart chili cook-off entries made grown men cry

Some like it hot: USAG Stuttgart chili cook-off entries made grown men cry

What does it take to make the perfect pot of chili?

There were many different answers at the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart
Chili Cook-off held March 13 by the Family and Morale, Welfare and
Recreation Community Recreation Division.

March 24, 2011 ×

No-shows make appointments scarce at clinic

Community members who fail to show up at scheduled appointments at U.S.
Army Health Clinic Stuttgart prevent another patient from being seen
and cause the clinic to lose hundreds of dollars for each missed
appointment.

March 10, 2011 ×

Medical Readiness assists all service branches

The U.S. Army Health Clinic  Stuttgart’s Medical Readiness section
assists military personnel with completing medical readiness
requirements and force health protection measures.

March 10, 2011 ×
Clinic offers specialized screenings, treatments consistent with U.S. care

Clinic offers specialized screenings, treatments consistent with U.S. care

The U.S. Army Health Clinic Stuttgart follows national performance
standards on important dimensions of health care service that are
delivered to service members and their families. These quality measures
are called Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set, or HEDIS,
measures,  and they allow the clinic to compare the level of services
provided with quality standards of care being used by health care
organizations across the U.S.

March 10, 2011 ×

Breaking the nicotine habit: Help someone else quit smoking using proven four-step process

Heidelberg Medical Department Activity Public Affairs Office

Deciding to quit using tobacco products is a big step for anyone who
smokes or uses smokeless tobacco. Friends, family and co-workers can
help someone they know to quit smoking in several ways.

March 10, 2011 ×
DISA-Europe celebrates employee wellness

DISA-Europe celebrates employee wellness

A healthy employee is a productive employee: This was the message
delivered by Defense Information Systems Agency-Europe Commander Col.
Elizabeth Bierden as she kicked off the fourth annual DISA-Europe
Wellness Day on Feb. 11 in the Patch Fitness Center.

March 10, 2011 ×
Women’s History Month: Stuttgart woman lauded for ‘phenomenal’ impact

Women’s History Month: Stuttgart woman lauded for ‘phenomenal’ impact

U.S. Army Europe honored a local woman for her positive impact on the
community to kick off Women’s History Month observations in March.

March 10, 2011 ×
Soldier readiness: IMCOM takes care of Soldier, family pre-deployment needs with SRP

Soldier readiness: IMCOM takes care of Soldier, family pre-deployment needs with SRP

Before deploying Soldiers board the plane to go down range, they have a
long list of items to take care of. From finances and filling out a
will to ensuring they are physically ready to deploy, each Soldier has
individual needs to meet before they leave hearth and home.

March 10, 2011 ×
FMWR feline show celebrates purrrfect pets

FMWR feline show celebrates purrrfect pets

Cats were highly revered and respected animals in ancient Egypt.

Thousands of years later, they still are, as demonstrated at Family and
Morale, Welfare and Recreation’s third annual Feline Fun Show held Feb.
26 on Patch Barracks.

March 10, 2011 ×
Practice response to active shooter event, save lives

Practice response to active shooter event, save lives

When an active shooter situation occurs, witnesses must act quickly to protect themselves and others.

Knowing and understanding how to prevent, prepare, respond to and
recover from potential hazards can save lives. The most publicized
active shooter incidents have been Columbine High School (1999),
Virginia Tech (2007), and Fort Hood (2009).

March 10, 2011 ×