Fort McCoy News Sept. 8, 2017


FOOD-REUTILIZATION PROGRAM
MAKES SURE NOTHING IS WASTED

After any meal, there are sure to be leftovers. When those meals are ordered for entire units, the leftovers can take up a lot more space than a shelf in the fridge. (Link)


FORT McCOY HOLDS RIBBON CUTTING
FOR NEW HOMES ON SOUTH POST

Members of the Fort McCoy community and distinguished visitors gathered at South Post Housing on Aug. 24 to officially open 56 new homes for Army Families during a ribbon-cutting ceremony at one of the new houses. (Link)


THOUSANDS MORE TRAINING
ON INSTALLATION IN SEPTEMBER

Even though large exercises such as the Combat Support Training Exercise and Global Medic finished operations at Fort McCoy in late August, thousands more service members are training at the installation in September. (Link)


POST EARNS SECRETARY OF THE ARMY
2017 WATER CONSERVATION AWARD

Fort McCoy was presented with the 2017 Secretary of the Army Water Conservation Award on Aug. 17 during a ceremony at the 2017 Energy Exchange training and trade show in Tampa, Fla. (Link)


SAC/YC WRAPS UP SUMMER PROGRAM,
STARTS NEW SCHOOL YEAR

The Fort McCoy School-Age Center/Youth Center (SAC/YC) is wrapping up its summer program and starting the new school year. (Link)