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The Mountaineer Online
April 17, 2014
Feeding an Army:
Division veteran reflects on WWII, cooking for comrades
3rd Brigade Combat Team Soldiers practice emergency deployment skills
Sgt. Maj of the Army Chandler lists 'Top 5' concerns of Soldiers
Feeding an Army: Division veteran reflects on WWII, cooking for comrades
Single Soldiers raise quality-of-life issues at annual BOSS conference
10th Sustainment Brigade teaches course on equal leaders, Soldiers, people
Artillery battalion certifies sections to support infantry
Community members encouraged to turn in old medications during National Prescription Take Back Day
Higher Education Needs Assessment will benefit North Country residents
Catamount Soldiers volunteer in support of New York State Zoo at Thompson Park
Army resilience shifting from ‘bystander’ to ‘intervention’ model
Take time, connect with your teen
Preventing child abuse tops agenda in April
Program gives tips on reducing risk of alcohol problems
2-15 Field Artillery leaders conduct staff ride
Registration opens for JCC fall session
Soldier hands out daily dose of motivation, lifts morale
Family Members from 4-31 Infantry enjoy Easter egg hunt, animal visits
Volunteer Support Fund plans International Festival of Foods
Division to host Afghanistan’s Boston ‘Shadow’ Marathon
10th Mountain spirit inspires youth hockey team to victory
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New parents may gain knowledge at Baby Palooza
Bringing a new life into the world is an exhilarating experience, but often new parents could use a few pointers. The Family Advocacy Program at Fort Drum Army Community Service has many programs available to assist new parents in learning to care for their new Family Member. The FAP staff is pleased to present the popular Baby Palooza for the second year from 9 a.m. to noon April 23 at the Youth Center on Chapel Drive.
Baby Palooza is an expo-type event to offer assistance to new parents, grandparent and caregivers of children who are newborn to 1 year old. This event will feature a physician answering health care questions as well as mini workshops and education sessions on infant bathing, breastfeeding, child development checks, jogging and exercising with baby, and how to calm a fussy baby.
Activities and demonstrations will focus on car seat safety checks, taking pictures of your newborn, nutrition, infant massage, Zumbini, and reading and playing with your infant.
Drawings and giveaways will be offered, and the first 100 registrants will receive a mini baby bundle gift bag. Registration is strongly encouraged by calling the Family Advocacy Program at 772-5914.
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