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Pediatric care now at primary clinics:
Patients who already have a scheduled appointment booked in the Pediatric Clinic will be notified by central patient appointments of their reschedule options.
For more information, call 907-2778. Patient Relations Division can be reached by calling 907-6037 or, 907-8069.
Watchcare workers – 16 positions available.
The following jobs have one position available
Catholic RCIA coordinator;
Catholic lead cantor;
Hope Chapel Sunday evening youth group musician;
Hope Chapel Wednesday night prayer meeting musician;
Main Post Chapel Protestant musician;
JFK Chapel music leader;
Airborne Artillery Memorial Chapel Protestant music director.
For more information, email Staff Sgt. Charles S. Brewer at email@example.com. Post in subject line: NAF Contract Inquiry.
Fayetteville Animal Protection Society will hold a low-cost microchip clinic for pets, Saturday, from noon to 4 p.m.
The clinic will be held at FAPS shelter at 3927 Bragg Blvd.
With a microchip, 52 percent of dogs and 38 percent of cats in shelters are reunited with Families. Microchipping a pet will last for the pet’s lifetime. A microchip, which can be read by a scanner, uses radio waves to transmit information about a pet. For more information, call 864-9040, like FAPS on Facebook or visit www.FAPSpet.org.
Operation Medicine Drop:
In conjunction with the DEAs National Take Back Day we will be holding a Medicine Drop here on post on Saturday, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the North Post Exchange.
Operation Medicine Drop is a partnership of Safe Kids North Carolina, the Riverkeepers of North Carolina, N.C. State Bureau of Investigation, Community Anti-Drug Coalitions of North Carolina and local law enforcement agencies working together to encourage the public to safely dispose of unused, unwanted and expired medication. By providing safe and secure ways for people to get rid of unwanted prescription and over-the-counter medications, Operation Medicine Drop helps prevent accidental poisonings and drug abuse while protecting our waters. For more information, visit http://www.ncdoi.com/osfm/SafeKids/sk_OperationMedicineDrop.asp.
Emergency Department renovations:
On Oct. 22, Womack Army Medical Center began renovating the Emergency Department to provide improved patient privacy. Vehicle and pedestrian access to the Emergency Department may be affected. Patients may still use the Emergency Department parking. Please follow the signs for parking and access to the building. We will try to minimize any disruption or inconvenience you may experience. Our patient’s safety is our primary mission. For more, log onto www.wamc.amedd.army.mil.
“This is a frightfully good deal,” said the Fort Bragg Exchange’s General Manager Rebecca Santee. “There is no trick in this treat and we’re excited to see all the young goblins in their Halloween finest.” Beyond getting more for less at the food court, MILITARY STAR® Card holders also receive exclusive savings at the pump year round with a five cents a gallon discount at Army and Air Force gas stations. Steeper discounts and everyday savings are offered year-round.