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October 26, 2012

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PHOTO: Teams compete for a rebound in the Fort McCoy Basketball League. Photo by Rob Schuette Basketball league

Members of the NCO Academy (dark uniforms) and “As Good as a Bye” teams compete for a rebound in the Fort McCoy Basketball League. The NCO Academy team won the Oct. 16 matchup 41-19. The league plays Tuesdays at the Rumpel Fitness Center. For more information, call 608-388-2290.
 

Photo by Rob Schuette

PHOTO: Customers prepare to transport items they bought at a Nonappropriated Fund sale. Photo by Rob Schuette Nonappropriated Fund sale

Members of the Fort McCoy community prepare to transport items they bought at a Nonappropriated Fund sale Oct. 16 at Fort McCoy. The next sale is Tuesday, Oct. 30. People with Common Access Cards and military retirees with a valid ID can begin shopping at 8 a.m. at building 643. The general public can begin shopping at 9 a.m. The sale ends at noon. For more information, call 608-388-4397.

Photo by Rob Schuette

PHOTO: A Rumpel Fitness Center patron tries out a rowing machine. Photo by Rob Schuette Stretching out

A patron tries out a rowing machine, one of the many pieces of fitness equipment available to authorized patrons at Fort McCoy’s Rumpel Fitness Center. For more information about fitness equipment and available classes, call the fitness center at 608-388-2290.

Photo by Rob Schuette

PHOTO: A Chili Cookoff participant dishes out samples of his recipe for judging. Photo by Sheila Peterson
Chili Cookoff

A Chili Cookoff participant dishes out samples of his recipe for judging. Six different chilis were entered in the Oct. 19 competition at the Community Activity Center, with 50 taste testers on hand. First place went to “W.M.D,” prepared by Robert and Jen Hockstedler.

Photo by Sheila Peterson

PHOTO: Soldiers use computers at the Post Library. Photo by Rob Schuette Library computers

Soldiers use computers during their free time at the Post Library to catch up with the outside world and their Families and friends. The library has 24 computers available for Internet access, and e-mail, as well as military references and books for troops in the field. For more information, call 608-388-2410.

Photo by Rob Schuette

PHOTO:  Chief Tim Jorgensen serves lunch to children from the Child Development Center. Photo by Rob Schuette Fire Prevention Week

Fort McCoy Fire Station Chief Tim Jorgensen serves lunch and answers questions about fire safety for children from the Child Development Center. Prior to lunch, the children took a tour of the facility and learned about fire-fighting equipment and safety procedures. The children visited the firefighters Oct. 10 as part of Fire Prevention Week activities from Oct. 7-13.

Photo by Rob Schuette

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