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November 12, 2010

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PHOTO: Spc. Stephen Papadopolos, a veterinarian technician with the Great Lakes (Ill.) Veterinary Services Clinic, examines a cat at a Pet Immunization Clinic at Fort McCoy. Photo by Rob Schuette

Pet Clinic
Spc. Stephen Papadopolos, a veterinarian technician with the Great Lakes (Ill.) Veterinary Services Clinic, examines a cat at a Pet Immunization Clinic at Fort McCoy. The clinic was held Oct. 21-22 and provided military Families with various health and medical support for their pets.

Photo by Rob Schuette

 

PHOTO: Sgt. 1st Class Ryan B. Neal of the 181st Infantry Brigade, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, instructs a communications segment during an Equal Opportunity (EO) Leadership Course. Photo by Rob Schuette

EO Leadership Course
Sgt. 1st Class Ryan B. Neal of the 181st Infantry Brigade, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, instructs a communications segment during an Equal Opportunity (EO) Leadership Course Nov. 1-5, held at the Army Reserve Readiness Training Center. The Fort McCoy Equal Opportunity office coordinated the training, which provides new equal opportunity leaders with skills to become EO practitioners.

Photo by Rob Schuette

PHOTO: A Fort McCoy employee visits the Government Employees Health Association booth at the 2010 Health Benefits Fair at Fort McCoy. Photo by Geneve N. Mankel FEHB Health Benefits Fair
A Fort McCoy employee visits the Government Employees Health Association booth at the 2010 Health Benefits Fair at Fort McCoy. Representatives from several organizations that provide coverage under the Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) Program were at the Oct. 26 event.

Photo by Geneve N. Mankel

PHOTO: Employees from Complete Lawn Services, Inc., of Jackson, Wis., lay down sod and plant trees in front of Garrison Headquarters, building 100. Photo by Rob Schuette Landscaping work
Employees from Complete Lawn Services, Inc., of Jackson, Wis., lay down sod and plant trees in front of Garrison Headquarters, building 100. The project also included updating the front of the building with masonry work to replicate the stone gates that marked entrances to the post in the 1940s. Nuvo Construction Company of Milwaukee was the general contractor for the project.

Photo by Rob Schuette

PHOTO: Members of the Fort McCoy Emergency Services — the fire and police departments — were honored at the 10th annual Sparta Area Hometown Heroes ceremony at Sparta. Contributed photo Hometown Heroes
Members of the Fort McCoy Emergency Services — the fire and police departments — were honored at the 10th annual Sparta Area Hometown Heroes ceremony at Sparta. The Oct. 28 event honored the area emergency service providers for the services they provide to area residents throughout the year.

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