Thursday, November 15, 2018

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With elections around the corner, Belvoir’s voting officer can help everyone, no matter where they’re from, to ensure they are properly registered as a voter and know how to vote.

“It’s important to vote, not just in the Presidential election, but in all elections,” said Stephan Patterson, installation voting officer. “We have the midterm that is coming up … and a lot people don’t realize that is just as important as the pre-election, because you’re voting for your representatives. You’re voting for the people who share your views.”

He suggests voters research the candidates by taking into account what’s important for them. For example, Patterson said, as a retired veteran with 22 years of service, he wants to know candidates’...

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After years of advancing in the rankings, this year the Defense Logistics Agency beat the competition to win the Fort Belvoir Commander’s Cup for the first time.

DLA Director Army Lt. Gen. Darrell Williams congratulated the team for the monumental win in an Oct. 4 ceremony at the McNamara Headquarters Complex. The director thanked the participants and noted that activities featuring teamwork and competition are unique in their ability to help keep morale high.

Designed to promote physical fitness, morale and team spirit, the Fort Belvoir Commander’s Cup program has base units and agencies competing in sanctioned events to accumulate points. Competition started in September 2017 and included flag football, basketball, racquetball, volleyball, combatives, soccer, tennis, formation run, softball, bowling, swimming, golf and cross country running. At the end of the season, the team with the highest number of points is awarded the legendary Commander’s Cup Trophy...

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Halloween is a highly anticipated holiday for kids and adults alike. For many people, Halloween marks the beginning of autumn and winter holidays.

In recent years, Halloween has been growing in popularity among adults. Nearly 1 in 3 adults will attend a Halloween party this year. Whether going to a party or trick-or-treating with the kids, don’t forget to think about safety.

When trick-or-treating with the kids

If at home giving out candy, turn all porch and exterior house lights on so folks don’t trip on the steps leading to your house or sidewalk

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