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March 11, 2011

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PHOTO: A full house watches Murder 101, an interactive comedy murder-mystery, dinner production at McCoy’s. Photo by DFMWR Marketing

Mystery Theater
A full house watches Murder 101, an interactive comedy murder-mystery, dinner production at McCoy’s. Both the Feb. 24-25 performances were sold out. The plot centered on murders committed during a class reunion of a closing high school. For more information about Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation events at Fort McCoy, call 1-877-864-4969.

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PHOTO: Authorized Rumpel Fitness Center patrons use the cardio theater for a workout. Photo by Rob Schuette Cardio exercise
Authorized Rumpel Fitness Center patrons use the cardio theater for a workout. The Fitness Center offers a variety of workout possibilities, including swimming, gym sports and weight room activities. For more information, call 608-388-2290.

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PHOTO: School Age youth participate in a School of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration & Skills (SKIES) Unlimited Science Class. Photo by Rob Schuette SKIESUnlimited class
School Age youth participate in a School of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration & Skills (SKIES) Unlimited Science Class. Leading the March 4 class are Laura Pettersen (standing), SKIESUnlimited Science class instructor, and Haley Gray, Child, Youth and School Services intern. The class taught the children about the qualities of water, including the absorption of water into specific materials, such as sponges, clay, cotton balls or rocks.

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PHOTO: Soldiers enjoy a lunch meal and big-screen television entertainment at McCoy’s. Photo by Rob Schuette

Lunch break
Soldiers enjoy a lunch meal and big-screen television entertainment at McCoy’s. The facility also features bowling, various arcade games and other entertainment for authorized patrons. For more information, call 608-388-2065.

Photo by Rob Schuette

 

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PHOTO: An exterior view of the South Post Housing Community Center. Photo by Rob Schuette Community Center
An exterior view (left top) of the South Post Housing Community Center, which formerly was the garrison commander’s house. A new garrison commander’s residence has been constructed, and the older facility was converted to a community center, which serves as a meeting and socializing center, such as for a game of cards (left bottom). From left are: Maj. Richard Massengale, Rhonda Humphrey, Rochelle Massengale and Robbie Humphrey. Residents of the area also will use the facility to hold housing town hall meetings or other individual/group meetings.

Photos by Rob Schuette

PHOTO: The South Post Housing community center serves as a meeting and socializing center, such as for a game of cards. Photo by Rob Schuette

 

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