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August 24, 2012

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PHOTO: Fort McCoy leadership sign the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Employee and Customer Covenant. Photo by Jobi Spolum Covenant signing

Fort McCoy Garrison Command Sergeant Major Command Sgt. Maj. William T. Bissonette Jr. (left), Garrison Commander Col. Steven W. Nott, and Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Director Daryl Budda sign the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Employee and Customer Covenant at Fort McCoy. The signing of the covenant emphasizes the commitment to the Army Family Covenant by focusing on not just Soldiers and their Families, but also on Morale, Welfare and Recreation employees and the support they provide to the Army.

Photo by Jobi Spolum

PHOTO: Fort McCoy personnel donate blood at an American Red Cross blood drive. Photo by Rob Schuette Blood drive

Douglas Schroeder of Equipment Concentration Site-67 donates blood at an American Red Cross blood drive Aug. 9 at the Rumpel Fitness Center. Assisting Schroeder is Bridget Slater, American Red Cross collection specialist.

Photo by Rob Schuette
PHOTO: Joint Venture Public Works contractor staff flush the fire hydrants near the Exchange. Photo by Rob Schuette Hydrant flushing

Joint Venture Public Works contractor staff flush the fire hydrants near the Exchange for the Fort McCoy Directorate of Public Works Water Department. The flushing is done on an annual basis.

Photo by Rob Schuette

PHOTO: A member for the Fort McCoy softball team bats during the Countywide Law-Enforcement Picnic. Photo by Brian Bomstein Softball games

The Fort McCoy softball team made a clean sweep of the softball games held during the Countywide Law-Enforcement Picnic. The Aug. 12 event at Sparta Memorial Park featured the Fort McCoy law-enforcement team beating the Monroe County team in a game that ended after the fifth inning due to the 10-run rule. The game against the next opponent, the Wisconsin State Patrol team, went back-and-forth for most of the game until Fort McCoy emerged victorious. The games and picnic were held as part of the second annual Countywide Law-Enforcement Picnic. Chaplain Jeff Skinner of Monroe County, along with other chaplains, put on the event to thank law-enforcement personnel for their service to the communities of Monroe County, including Fort McCoy. The event was a chance for the officers, Family members and friends to get together and enjoy a stress-free day at the park.

Photo by Brian Bomstein

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