By Geoffrey Morris Stuttgart Citizen volunteer In a Navy housing unit in Mississippi, a young Mary Knef used to roam around whistling and singing ‘like a bird’ her mom used to say. Her musical habits earned her the moniker: “Tweedy”. As a child of a Sailor, Tweedy moved around more…
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Mr. Johnson spoke highly of his time with Outdoor Recreation and its part in keeping up morale and happiness on the garrison.
The highlight of the Independence Day Celebration will be a firework show held on all four installations; Patch Barracks, Panzer Kaserne, Kelley Barracks, and Robinson Barracks.
Questions answered about the re-opening of FMWR services
Keeping the military resilient and ready to fight takes a balance of work and play.
Erin Hyde, a military spouse and CYS employee, is one of many USAG Stuttgart community members now making face coverings for others
FMWR finds Friday’s Frosty Fest field flooded, moves event to bowling alley parking lot.
If you’ve never used an AED before, it has easy to follow graphics and the unit itself speaks to the user, providing step-by-step instructions.
Patch Library hosted a free self-defense class, July 23 as part of the summer reading program.
Don’t forget, you aren’t running the marathon alone.
An Easter weekend full of activities at U.S. Army Garrison Stuttgart. Watch the video.
Tips from FMWR on how to start running, and also trails near USAG Stuttgart.
USAG Stuttgart’s Child, Youth, and School Services, Patch Youth Center has nominated Jacob Milton for this year’s Europe-wide Military Youth of the Year competition.
Robinson Barracks Elementary School’s Family Fitness Day taught students and parents about overall health and fitness.
Signing up for Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation activities is about to get much easier.