fort bragg family & mwr july 2013 events calendar

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A monthly publication that highlights MWR events on Fort Bragg.


  • Strong Beginnings Endless Summer Giveaway Craig Morgan Concert Back to School Bowling Fort Bragg 5K

    Fort Bragg, North Carolina


  • Strong BeginningsIt is just around the corner. Your baby is growing up. Next year she is heading off to Kindergarten. Is she ready? How is she coming along with her letters and numbers? Has she developed positive social skills? If your child turns four by August 31st, you can help build foundations for learning with the Child, Youth and School Services Strong Beginnings Pre-K program.

    In addition to all the wonderful things children learn in preschool like social, emotional, physical and cognitive growth, Strong Beginnings focuses on academic skills, learning self-control, following directions, numbers, colors, shapes, writing, reading and more. The rooms are set up to refl ect what a child will see when entering Kindergarten to small tables, word boards, calendars and more. Strong Beginnings is designed to prepare your child to be ready for Kindergarten.

    Strong Beginnings follows the Creative Curriculum for Preschool which is the only authorized curriculum supplemented with Teaching Strategies Literacy, Social Studies, and Math publications.

    This is the most widely used Pre-K curriculum in the United States. The Developmental Continuum was chosen as the authorized assessment system. It charts each childs programs and offers individualized activities for each child.

    Fort Bragg Child, Youth and School Services will offer a morning session from 8:30 to 11:30 am at Eagle CDC and 9 am to 12 pm at Alexander CDC. This part day program will coincide with the Fort Bragg Schools calendar. Strong Beginnings is open all CYSS cardholders and the cost is based on total family income.

    Register your child now to guide them in the right direction for school readiness. Call 396-8110 for more details.

    Visit us online: www.fortbraggmwr.comand on Facebook: Fort Bragg

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    UFC 163Jose Aldo puts his title on the line against the Korean Zombie Chan Sung Jung in UFC 163 on Saturday August 3rd. Catch all the action live and FREE at Sports USA beginning at 8 pm.

    BOWLINGBack to School Bowling returns! A game of bowling, shoe rental, hot dog, soda and backpack full of supplies all for only $5. Stop by Dragon and Airborne Lanes on August 17th from 1 - 4 pm. Open to everyone.

    NFL PRE-SEASONPre-season is here! Watch your favorite team on the grid-iron throughout the entire season! Never miss another game at Sports USA.

    SUMMER GIVEAWAYWin a $2000 Leisure Travel Services gift certifi cate! Log on to for No Purchase Necessary entry form and rules.

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    FORT BRAGG 5KJoin us for the monthly Fort Bragg 5K on Saturday, August 31st beginning at 8 am at Hedrick Stadium. All ages are welcome to participate in this free, fun, non-competitive run/walk.

    SOLDIER SHOWMark your calendars now! Soldier Show returns to the Crown Theatre in Fayetteville on September 3rd and 4th. Free and open to everyone.!

    MOVIE NIGHTGrab your blankets, beach towels and chairs and enjoy a free showing of Super 8 on Saturday, August 17th at Smith Lake. Gates open at 8 pm, and the movie starts at 9 pm. No outside food or drink. Open to the public.

    4 weeks...4 winners...$8000

    CRAIG MORGANGrab your lawn chairs and head out to the Fort Bragg Fairgrounds for a live concert by Craig Morgan on August 8th beginning at 5 pm. Free and open to everyone.

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