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Garrison Commander Details His Priorities

A few months into his time here as Garrison commander, Col. Michael Greenberg met recently with Belvoir Eagle staff, to discuss his vision for Fort Belvoir and his priorities, looking to the future. 

“I was humbled and very excited with the opportunity to command the garrison at Fort Belvoir,” Greenberg said, adding it was his top choice of commands. “We’re unique, in that we serve more than 140,000 people and 150 units and mission partners on post. 

“Collaboration and listening are so important. You never know where a good idea will come from and how many long-term benefits it will have, so, we like to invite everyone to the table,” he said. 

 

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Keep your budget in check with FRP

The Fort Belvoir Financial Readiness Program offers financial planning services to those interested in better managing their finances. 

FRP’s services are available to Service members, family members and civilians. Besides one-on-one meetings, the program also offers classes and workshops on financial education, said Michelle Godfrey, Financial Readiness Program manager.

Financial readiness is more than dealing with financial emergencies, but planning for a variety of situations, such as an ill parent or child or car repairs, she said. 

“We meet them where they are. It’s a judgment-free zone,” Godfrey said. “Tell us your story, and we try to help you create a plan that’s best for you. It’s not a one-sized fits all. It’s individualized for everyone.” 

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Youth hoops season underway 
The Fort Belvoir Barracudas teams kicked off the Fairfax County Youth Basketball League season with intense matchups across the age divisions, Saturday at Specker Field House.

The FCYBL is a metro-area athletic program comprised of boys and girls, grades five through eight, who compete each year against some 25 local youth clubs. 

The Belvoir Barracudas’ regular basketball season runs through March, with home games at Specker Field House, and ends with a championship tournament. For information, call 703-805-9139. 

For weekly game schedules, gym locations, scores and standings, visit http://fcybl.org.

 

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