Saturday, July 23, 2016
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Fort Belvoir’s Equal Opportunity Office is sponsoring an essay contest in the hopes of inspiring community youth to think about the women’s equality movement.

Youth ages 14 to 18 are invited to participate in the EOO’s 2016 Women’s Equality Day Essay Contest.

Participants are asked to write an essay answering one of two questions, “How has the women’s equality movement impacted your life?” or “Where do you see the women’s equality movement in upcoming years?”

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The new Resilience Training Center and SHARP Resource Center on Fort Belvoir officially opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, July 13.

The building, at 9515 Hannah Lane, Bldg. 1099, the old Logan Dental Clinic location, will serve as “a one-stop shop” for resilience training programs for the National Capital Region and for Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention training programs, counseling and victim services on the installation, officials said at the ribbon cutting.

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Anyone who sees suspicious activity on Fort Belvoir, or wherever they are, should report it, according to Belvoir’s Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security.

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Books ClipartVan Noy Library wants to help Fort Belvoir children avoid the “summer slide.”

The term refers to the tendency of children to lose some of what they learned during the school year during summer break. One way to stop it is through summer reading, said Nilya Carrato, Van Noy Library’s supervisory librarian.

Fort Belvoir Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation, Outdoor Recreation and Child Youth and School Services are partnering for this year’s summer reading program, with the theme, “Read for the Win!”

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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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