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 Photo: Members of the Tomah, Sparta and Fort McCoy business communities attend the Fort McCoy Sparta/Tomah Business Appreciation Night event at McCoy’s at Fort McCoy. Fort McCoy hosted the annual event Aug. 27, which helps promote the ties between the three communities and also supports the principles of the Army Community Covenant. (Photo by Bonnie Robarge-Owen)

Business Appreciation


Members of the Tomah, Sparta and Fort McCoy business communities attend the Fort McCoy Sparta/Tomah Business Appreciation Night event at McCoy’s at Fort McCoy. Fort McCoy hosted the annual event Aug. 27, which helps promote the ties between the three communities and also supports the principles of the Army Community Covenant. (Photo by Bonnie Robarge-Owen)

 


Photo: Gerry Sullivan and his wife, Cleo, attend the Retiree Appreciation Day event Sept. 5 at Fort McCoy and were door-prize winners. Attendees heard presentations about retiree issues from several speakers, including a legislative update from the keynote speaker Cmdr. Kathrine O’Neill Tracy. The event attracted a crowd of about 700. All veterans were eligible to attend the Supermarket of Veterans Benefits, which was sponsored by the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs.  (Photo by Val Hyde) Retiree Appreciation Day

Gerry Sullivan and his wife, Cleo, attend the Retiree Appreciation Day event Sept. 5 at Fort McCoy and were door-prize winners. Attendees heard presentations about retiree issues from several speakers, including a legislative update from the keynote speaker Cmdr. Kathrine O’Neill Tracy. The event attracted a crowd of about 550. All veterans were eligible to attend the Supermarket of Veterans Benefits, which was sponsored by the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs.  (Photo by Val Hyde)

  

 

Photo: Big and little trick or treaters wait to go onto the Haunted Trails at the Pine View Recreation Area. Pine View held the Halloween-theme Haunted Trails event Aug. 22-23 as one of its summer-theme weekends to provide entertainment to personnel who used the facility. (Photo by Jobi Spolum) (The Real McCoy Extra)

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Big and little trick or treaters wait to go onto the Haunted Trails at the Pine View Recreation Area. Pine View held the Halloween-theme Haunted Trails event Aug. 22-23 as one of its summer-theme weekends to provide entertainment to personnel who used the facility. (Photo by Jobi Spolum)
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Photo: Visitors shop at the NAF sale at building 759 Aug. 20 at Fort McCoy. (Photo by Rob Schuette) (The Real McCoy Extra) NAF sales

Visitors shop at the NAF sale at building 759 Aug. 20 at Fort McCoy. (Photo by Rob Schuette) (The Real McCoy Extra)

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Photo: Employees from Town and Country Electric of La Crosse, Wis., build the foundation to install electrical upgrades at the Fort McCoy Pine View Recreation Area circle three camping sites. The work in the area also will help improve cable services to those sites. (Photo by Rob Schuette) Electrical upgrades

Employees from Town and Country Electric of La Crosse, Wis., build the foundation to install electrical upgrades at the Fort McCoy Pine View Recreation Area circle three camping sites. The work in the area also will help improve cable services to those sites.  (Photo by Rob Schuette) 
 

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Photo: Members of the Fort McCoy School Age Services staff sit near an area in building 1751 that was freshly painted to enhance its appearance. Sept. 4. The work was done by staff members to help prepare the area for the new school year, accreditation and also to help support the Army Family Covenant. (Photo by Rob Schuette) (The Real McCoy Extra) School Age Services 

Members of the Fort McCoy School Age Services staff sit near an area in building 1751 that was freshly painted to enhance its appearance. Sept. 4. The work was done by staff members to help prepare the area for the new school year, accreditation and also to help support the Army Family Covenant. (Photo by Rob Schuette) (The Real McCoy Extra) 

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