2019-04-12 / Community Events


Debt Notices

Sgt. 1st Class Matthew F. Thomas: All services under Sgt. 1st Class Matthew F. Thomas should be put on hold. Thomas died on March 10. All those with debt to be collected should contact Capt. Adam Lary, 5th Ranger Training Battalion, at 706-626-4003.

Private Nicholas A. Ross: All services under Pvt. Nicholas A. Ross should be put on hold. Ross died on March 11. All those with debt to be collected should contact Capt. Daniel R. Strickland, 369th Signal Battalion, at 706- 791-4764.

Spc. Rachel Mckay: All services under Sgt. Rachel Mckay should be put on hold. Mckay died on April 8. All those with debt to be collected should contact 1st Lt. Stephen Weihrauch, 551st Signal Battalion, at 706-791-0318.

Tag Office

The Richmond County Tax Commissioner’s Office, Motor Vehicle Registration Division, is located in Room 169, Darling Hall. Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday. The Richmond County Tax Commissioner’s Office, Motor Vehicle Registration Division, provides services such as general motor vehicle inquiries, vehicle registration, tag renewals and cancellations, handicap placards, title transfers and insurance issues to Servicemembers, civilians and anyone who resides in Richmond County. For more information, visit arctax.com or call (706)821-2391.

Housing Mayor Program

Community mayors and assistant mayors in Fort Gordon Family Housing play a unique role in enhancing the quality of life for families residing in their neighborhoods. The mayors program operates entirely on a volunteer basis. The Residential Community Initiative Office is currently recruiting for a mayor and assistant mayor for Olive Terrace, an assistant mayor for Gordon Terrace, and assistant mayor for Maglin Terrace. Interested residents should notify Sharon Butler at sharon.a.butler.civ@mail.mil or (706) 791-9656; or Harry Bloomer at harry.d.bloomer.civ@mail.mil or (706) 791-4502. You can also stop by Darling Hall, Room 129.

DA Photo Studio

DA photo appointments are scheduled online at www.vios.army.mil. Walk-ins are taken if photographer is available. Call for availability. Bring your CAC with you to appointment. DA reshoots (DA photos taken within 90 days of the last photo) require a memo from your commander. The photo appointment calendar is opened the middle of the month before. Questions and cancellations may be sent to tammy.l.moehlman.civ@mail. mil and Jason.c.bowman.civ@ mail.mil, or call (706) 791-2345.

Lost and Found

There is a Lost and Found located in Room 172, Darling Hall. The Lost and Found is a result of an issue that was addressed during a Army Family Action Plan conference. Items lost in Darling Hall and surrounding parking lots can be turned in to Room 172. Anyone searching for items lost in the Darling Hall vicinity should stop by Room 172.

Fort Gordon Retiree Council

The Fort Gordon Retiree Council’s mission is to identify issues and concerns of retirees and their dependents to the Fort Gordon Installation commander for resolution. Retirees can contact the Retiree Council by email, ftgordonretcouncil@gmail.com, or stop by the Retirement Services Office in Room 237 at Darling Hall on Fort Gordon to submit requests/ inquiries.

Employment Readiness

The Army Community Service Employment Readiness Program can help with job searching, career coaching, resume writing, interviewing tips and networking to help spouses land their dream job. Employment Readiness Program also offer free classes and workshops. The Resume Writing 101 and Steps to Federal Employment workshops are held Mondays. The Employment Readiness Program’s goal is to provide spouses with the tools and support needed to attain employment. Spouses seeking employment and more job search information may stop by the Command Support Center, 271 Heritage Park Lane or call (706)791-0368.

Financial Aid Workshop

Sign up with the Fort Gordon Education Center to attend a Financial Aid Workshop for assistance to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid and submit it the same day. The three-hour workshop is held from 9 a.m. to noon every third Wednesday of the month. Servicemembers and families will receive information on researching available scholarships and get effective scholarship essay writing techniques. For more information and to register, call the Education Center at (706)791-2000.

U-Do-It Store

The U-DO-IT Store is located at the Brems Barracks area in Bldg. 40101. Customer service hours are Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., excluding federal holidays. The store stocks parts and materials necessary for units and activities to complete minor maintenance and repair of their assigned facilities. To receive items from the store, individuals must successfully complete the U-DO-IT training course conducted the first Wednesday of each month beginning at 8 a.m. and fill out DA Form 1687 (Notice of Delegation of Authority-Receipt for Supplies). The class is conducted on a walk-in basis with no prior registration required. U-DO-IT representatives can be reached at (706)791-3942/7683.

Unit Recycling Challenge

Don’t miss out on making money and helping out the planet. The Unit Recycling Challenge is an opportunity to increase unit funds, $500 to be exact. All that is required is to collect the highest weight of the quarterly commodity. This quarter it’s plastic bottles #1 and #2 and aluminum cans for the recycling challenge. If recycling bins are needed, call the recycling office for delivery. For more information, call (706)791-7881.

Food Handler Course

Environmental Health Preventative Medicine offers a Food Handler Course on the second and fourth Friday of each month at 1 p.m., Bldg. 38701, corner of 38th Street and 7th Avenue. Cost is free to all Servicemembers and Family Readiness Groups. The FHC Certificate is good for one year and allows Soldiers and FRG’s to participate in unit events which involve handling/selling food on Fort Gordon. For more information, call (706)787-1215.

Range safety briefs

In accordance with the USACyberCoE&FG Regulation 350-19, safety briefs will be conducted the second and fourth Thursday of each month from January to October and the first and second Thursday in November and December at 9 a.m. Unit S-3s are required to submit memorandums to the Range Control Office by 4 p.m. Tuesday prior to the Thursday’s class. Memorandums must be signed by a battalion commander or higher and can be submitted electronically or delivered to Range Control in hard-copy. Briefings are designed for NCOs, sergeant and above, and officers who will fill the positions as officer-in-charge or range safety officer on live-fire ranges and training areas. For more information, contact Randy Harris at (706)791-5005 or email randall.l.harris4.civ@mail.mil.

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