Ramey School News: Bus transportation

Ramey School News:

The transportation department will be taking pictures for school bus IDs from now until classes begin from 7:30 to 11:45 and 12:45 to 3:00, except for next Friday, August 16. Remember that all returning students need a new up-dated ID for the beginning of classes so they can use the bus services. If you have not done so, please fill out the attached form and bring it the day you are planning to come.

Any questions or concerns, please contact Mr. Jorge Batiz at jorge.batiz@dodea.edu

 

Parent Pick Up at the Youth Center

Notice to parents of children enrolled in the Youth Centers Summer Camp.
Starting Monday 12 AUG, all children must
be signed out by a parent/adult daily.  For those parents who are unable to
sign-out their child due to work or other obligations, they can authorize
two adults (18 or over) to pick-up and sign-out their child. The parent must
provide the full name and phone number of the alternate designate.

Paint your own Glass Night at the Ceramic Shop!

Do not miss out this event!!!

August 20 6PM- 8PM

Paint your own glass night at the Ceramic shop 195B Wing Road!

$7 if you bring your own glass

$10 with Glass included

This event is open for ALL MWR patrons over 21 years old.

Please stop by 151 L Street for registration and payment.

Spaces are limited and this event ALWAYS sells out.

Buy a Gift certificate at the MWR office and give to your loved ones as a surprise!!

If you need any information: Reyna Mcguire 310-383-8106 or MWR 787-890-8400 x 8778

Desecheo Island on the west.

Something to read about, Desecheo is a mid-size island to the west side of Puerto Rico. During World War II it was used as a bombing range and later for survival training. Nowadays belong to the National Wildlife Refuge.

Now, the island is not used for war purposes and is in the warden of the Natural Resources department of Puerto Rico. However, some of its natural resources, flora and fauna are becoming extinct, luckily, the group ” Island Conservation” is doing something to help the birds of Desecheo.

Read this article for more information and check the about area for information on the group. https://www.islandconservation.org/social-attraction-bringing-seabirds-back-desecheo-island/

SPIRITS TASTING AND DINNER

SEPTEMBER 13, 2019 • 6:00PM TO 10:00PM • PELICAN PUB
DINNER 6:30-8:00 PM

COME A

 

ND ENJOY A VARIETY OF COMPLIMENTARY WINES, CRAFT BEERS & SPIRITS AVAILABLE AT THE COAST GUARD EXCHANGE. THERE WILL BE A BOTTLE SALE- CASH ONLY! NO COVER CHARGE.

STEAK  $25.00 (SGL) $40.00 (CPL)
CHICKEN $20.00 (SGL) $30.00 (CPL)
VEGGIES $20.00 (SGL) $30.00 (CPL)
FISH    $20.00 (SGL) $30.00 (CPL)

COMBINATION OF CHICKEN, VEGGIES OR FISH $30 OR $35 WITH 1 STEAK PLATE. DINNER MUST BE PAID AT SIGN UP.

THE PELICAN PUB WILL ALSO HAVE A CASH BAR. ONLY 80 SPACES AVAILABLE FOR DINNER. THE COMMUNITY CENTER IS OFFERING A FOOD PRE-SALE. PRE-SALE OPENS ON AUGUST 1 AND CLOSES ON AUGUST 19.

RESERVATIONS AT  MWR 151 L STREET. CASH, CREDIT, AND CHECK.

21 & OVER SEMI-FORMAL ATTIRE
MORE INFORMATION AT WWW.BORINQUENBEACON.COM
BY PHONE: 787-890-8400 X8894

 

The Coast Guard and National Coast Guard Day!

Coast Guard Day is held every year on August fourth to perceive and respect the endeavors of The United States Coast Guard. This festival is considered an “inside” occasion for dynamic and save Coast Guard individuals, in addition to their nonmilitary personnel workers and retirees and individuals from the Coast Guard Auxiliary.

Coast Guard Day will be commended on Sunday, August 4, 2019. Base San Juan, Air Station Borinquen, and Base Detachment Borinquen will observe it on Friday, August 2, 2019.

The Coast Guard still takes an interest in Armed Forces Day and Armed Forces Week, however not at all like their other military partners, despite everything they have their very own individual day to praise the achievements of this part of the United States Military.

The other four branches had their days (Air Force Day, Army Day, Navy Day, and Marine Corps Day) merged into Armed Forces Day.

Celebrated yearly on August fourth, Coast Guard Day honors the commemoration of the establishment of the U.S. Coast Guard as the Revenue-Marine in 1790.

On August 4, 1790, Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton set up the Revenue-Marine to fill in as an equipped tradition authorization administration.

Does the Coast Guard do battle?

The Coast Guard has a special position as a major aspect of the Department of Homeland Security. Notwithstanding, the Coast Guard is viewed as a military administration, in light of the fact that, during times of war or struggle, the president can move any or all advantages of the Coast Guard to the Department of the Navy.

Coast Guard Day

In 1894, it was renamed the Revenue Cutter Service. In 1915, it converged with the U.S. Life-Saving Service. Subsequently, the United States Coast Guard was shaped.

For the individuals who don’t know, the Coast Guard is an exceedingly significant sea specialist on call; “the key Federal organization in charge of oceanic wellbeing, security, and natural stewardship in U.S. ports and conduits”.

The Coast Guards are one of the five Armed Services of the United States, and the main military branch inside the Department of Homeland Security.

Notwithstanding its job as an Armed Service, the Coast Guard is a person on call and compassionate administration that gives help to individuals in trouble or affected by normal and man-made debacles whether adrift or shorewards.

The Coast Guard is an individual from the Intelligence Community and is a law requirement and administrative office with wide lawful experts related to oceanic transportation, dangerous materials shipping, connect organization, oil slick reaction, pilotage, and vessel development and activity.

Coast Guard Day 2019

Coast Guard Day

Coast Guard Day is, for the most part, an inner occasion, anyway, we feel that such is the significance of the work that is done by the Coast Guard, more ought to be done to thank, respect and praise them.

It is commended fundamentally by Coast Guardsmen, both a dynamic obligation and saves, just as retirees, nonmilitary personnel workers, wards, and auxiliaries.

Coast Guard units the nation over arrange picnics and game rivalries. So why not demonstrate your gratefulness for those individuals included and the administration they give and bolster any neighborhood occasions that may occur, or just instruct others about the work they do?

The U.S. Coast Guard got its present name through a demonstration of the U.S. Congress marked into law by U.S. President Woodrow Wilson on January 28, 1915 that combined the Revenue Cutter Service with the U.S. Life-Saving Service, and furnished the country with a solitary sea administration devoted to sparing life adrift and authorizing the country’s oceanic laws.

Is the Coast Guard a military branch?

The Coast Guard as built up January 28, 1915, will be a military administration and a part of the military of the United States consistently. The Coast Guard will be an administration in the Department of Homeland Security, with the exception of when working as an administrator in the Navy.

The U.S. Coast Guard started to keep up the nation’s oceanic guides to route, including working U.S. beacons, when President Franklin Roosevelt declared designs to move of the U.S.

Beacon Service to the Coast Guard on May 1939. Congress endorsed the arrangement viable 1 July 1939. On 16 July 1946, Congress forever moved the Department of Commerce Bureau of Marine Inspection and Navigation to the Coast Guard, along these lines setting trader marine authorizing and shipper’s vessel wellbeing under Coast Guard guidelines.

Following 177 years in the Treasury Department, the Coast Guard was moved to the recently shaped Department of Transportation powerful April 1, 1967.

Because of the psychological oppressor assaults of September 11, 2001, the U.S. Coast Guard Day was moved to the new U.S. Division of Homeland Security in 2003.

3 million more people will get military shopping benefits

Starting Jan. 1, all service-connected disabled veterans, Purple Heart recipients, former prisoners of war and primary veteran caregivers will be eligible to shop at commissaries and exchanges, and officials from three federal agencies are preparing the way.

The newly eligible customers will also be able to use certain morale, welfare, and recreation activities.

It’s the largest patronage expansion in more than 60 years, said Virginia Penrod, principal deputy assistant secretary of defense for manpower and reserve affairs, who spoke at a recent meeting of the American Logistics Association.

Read the article HERE !!