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Transition team helps students prepare for future

Newcomers with children arrive in the Stuttgart military community with
a variety of questions, such as “Where will my child go to school?,”
“Will their classes transfer?” and “Can they still be in the band?.”

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2009 marks year of community service for Stuttgart Girl Scouts

The Girl Scouts have been busy this past year.Our focus was to give back to our community through service projects. 

January 14, 2010 ×
On the street

On the street

What is your fitness routine for winter?

January 14, 2010 ×
Time to rewind: 2009

Time to rewind: 2009

Take a look back at last year with our special section

January 14, 2010 ×
Patch wrestlers defend title with season-opener win

Patch wrestlers defend title with season-opener win

The Patch High School wrestling team set out to defend its 2008
European title as it hosted the 2009 season-opening wrestling
tournament Dec. 6.

 The results were a resounding team victory (273.5 points) over
Division I rivals Ramstein (216 points) and Wiesbaden (110 points).

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Walk-ons highlight Patch Boxing Invitational

Walk-ons highlight Patch Boxing Invitational

For the second time this year, the U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart Sports
and Fitness Program hosted an Installation Management Command-Europe
Boxing Invitational and for the second time, local first-time, walk-on
boxers stole the show.

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Celebrate the New Year!

U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart will host several New Year’s Eve parties Dec. 31: • Galaxy Entertainment Center, from 8 p.m. until 1 a.m. Pre-purchase tickets are $35/adult (12 years old or older) and $25/child. Children under four years old are free. Door tickets are $40/adult and $30/child.Tickets includes finger food,…

December 16, 2009 ×
USAG Stuttgart leaders lay wreath for U.S. Army

USAG Stuttgart leaders lay wreath for U.S. Army

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Seasonal Religious Support schedule:

Patch Chapel Dec. 20: Protestant Christmas Music Service, 11 a.m. Dec. 24: Catholic Christmas Eve Children’s Mass, 5 p.m. Dec. 24: Protestant Candlelight Service, 7 p.m. Catholic Christmas Eve Mass, 10 p.m. Dec. 25: Catholic Christmas Day Mass, 9 a.m. Dec. 31: Watch Night Service, 9:30 p.m. Jan. 1: Catholic…

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Ask a JAG_171209

Editor’s Note: Do you have a question
you would like to see answered in a future edition of The Citizen? If
so, contact “Ask a JAG” at aaron.lancaster2@eur.army.mil.

Q: I feel behind the curve when it comes to my finances, specifically
in regards to money management, saving for retirement, and taxes.  Do
you have any suggestions to help me sort out these difficult issues?

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Patch food court to become mini-mall in 2010

Court closure begins Jan. 11; other dining options offered

Eating out on Patch Barracks can be a hassle. If Dad wants a burger,
the kids prefer Subway and Mom needs a cup of coffee, there’s no “one
stop shop” to get it all done. Instead, the family may have to visit
three separate buildings.

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On The Street: What is your favorite holiday tradition?

On The Street: What is your favorite holiday tradition?

December 16, 2009 ×

Resourcing the Army Home: Installation funding levels on the decline

WASHINGTON, D.C. — In recent years, the Army and its installations have
enjoyed unprecedented levels of funding. In fiscal year 2008, the Army
hit a high water mark in its fiscal history with a total annual budget
exceeding $250 billion — three times more than the FY 2001 funding
level.

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Winterfest showcases children

Winterfest showcases children

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New troop increase to affect USAREUR community

Last week, our President laid out the way ahead in Afghanistan, which
includes sending 30,000 additional troops to seize the initiative and
build the Afghan capacity to allow for a responsible transition of our
forces.

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