Join the fun, volunteer:
The 82nd Airborne Division War Memorial Museum on Fort Bragg will host the 7th Annual Haunted Hercules, Saturday, and Oct. 19 and 26, from 7 to 10 p.m. Costume contests will be held each night. Volunteers are needed to fill important roles to make this event a success. Contact museum curator Jimmie Hallis at 432-3443 or firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
Walk to Remember
Womack Army Medical Center will hold its 7th 7th Annual “Walk to Remember” Tuesday. October is National Pregnancy and Infant Loss Awareness Month. In commemoration, WAMC will hold a memorial ceremony at 5:30 p.m. outside of Womack Army Medical Center at the Reilly Road entrance.
For more information, call Chaplain Rendon at 907-7729/7185.
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.
Free movie night set:
The Navy Federal Credit Union is hosting a free movie night Saturday, at the Airborne and Special Operations Museum in Fayetteville. Pre-movie festivities begin at 4 p.m., and the movie begins at dusk or whenever it is dark enough for the projection to be seen. The movie is Iron Man 3. Guests are welcome to bring lawn chairs and blankets.
Microchips for pets:
Fayetteville Animal Protection Society will hold a low-cost microchip clinic for pets, Oct. 19, 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.