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Two-day military spouse hiring event Networking reception, 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Officer's Club
Hiring fair, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. May 26, Community Center


The U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation’s Hiring Our Heroes Military Spouse Program will help military spouses upgrade their job search skills and find potential employment during a two-day hiring event, May 25-26 at Fort Belvoir.

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The Army Emergency Relief Campaign on Fort Belvoir has been extended from its original deadline of Sunday to May 31. So, it’s not too late to donate.

AER has $112,000 donated of a $160,000 goal, which is 70 percent, said Toni Cuttino, Belvoir AER officer.

“If everyone on Fort Belvoir gave just one dollar, we could not only meet our goal, but surpass it,” Cuttino said.

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At a recent community meeting involving Fairfax County Public Schools, Fort Belvoir residents and garrison staff, there were a number of questions about the status of Meeres Gate and whether or not it would be open to accommodate traffic associated with Fort Belvoir Elementary School. Meeres Gate is no longer safe to use because of the speed and volume of traffic along Jeff Todd Way. Additionally, the gate does not comply with Defense Department standards for force protection and anti-terrorism measures in place at all of Belvoir’s other access control points.

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