There are more than 50 Gold Star families within the Stuttgart military community, but only a few use the services provided, such as financial counseling or the coordination of benefits.
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For every minute you’re angry you lose 60 seconds of happiness.
Spouses and children joined their sponsors for family in-processing, Jan. 10.
More than 200 community members challenged their creative minds to produce works of art during the Military Spouse Appreciation Day workshop at the Patch Community Club, May 12.
613 registered volunteers performed 67,988 hours of service in 2017, a cost savings of almost $1.7 million for the garrison.
To cap a month of recognizing the challenges faced by military children, a Month of the Military Child Spring Fest was held for kids at the Patch Fitness Center, April 28. The fest was orchestrated by the USAG Stuttgart Army Community Service and assisted by a number of sponsors.
Keeping the military resilient and ready to fight takes a balance of work and play.
Agencies throughout the Stuttgart community are always on the lookout for new volunteers.
Newly designated Lactation Rooms are open now to new mothers of the Stuttgart military community.
All Stuttgart community volunteers were recognized for the 2015 year during the annual Volunteer Recognition Ceremony, April 22 at the Patch Community Club.
Learn more about being a Emergency Placement Care provider at an Open House, Jan. 25.
You’ll find volunteers in every quality of life program in the Stuttgart military community, and then some.
Volunteer and get credit for your hours through VMIS.