2017-04-21 / News Update

Easter Festivities

Participants in the Spiritually Strong Fitness Run head for the finish line and breakfast options, if wanted April 16, getting their Easter Sunday in gear. Participants in the Spiritually Strong Fitness Run head for the finish line and breakfast options, if wanted April 16, getting their Easter Sunday in gear. Spiritual and physical fitness were points of emphasis April 16 around Barton Field, by way of a fitness run and walk. Dozens of participants racked up mileage to help start their Easter Sunday, taking either a full loop around the field or going for a shorter option catering to walkers. Photos by Bill Bengston, Fort Gordon Public Affairs Office. Many rose with the sun Easter morning to worship and hear the word from Col Jeffrey D. Hawkins.


Music and the spoken word combine Sunday morning in Fort Gordon’s Easter sunrise service, held in Freedom Park. Music and the spoken word combine Sunday morning in Fort Gordon’s Easter sunrise service, held in Freedom Park.
Col. Jeffrey D. Hawkins, commandant of the U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School, visits Fort Gordon Sunday morning, delivering the main message at the Easter sunrise service. Col. Jeffrey D. Hawkins, commandant of the U.S. Army Chaplain Center and School, visits Fort Gordon Sunday morning, delivering the main message at the Easter sunrise service.

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