Womack Army Medical Center holiday hours: Womack Army Medical Centerís primary care clinics and specialty care clinics will be closed July 4, for the federal holiday. This includes Clark Health Clinic, Joel Health and Dental Clinic, Pope Clinic, Robinson Health Clinic and Womack Army Family Medicine Residency Clinic. The Hope Mills and Fayetteville Medical homes will also be closed on federal holidays. To make an appointment at your assigned clinic, please call 907-APPT (2778).
4th of July on Fort Bragg: The annual July 4 celebration will be held at the Main Post Parade Field, 3 to 10 p.m. Activities include Tyler Hilton, Natalie Stovall and Gloriana in concert, parachute freefall demonstrations, a flag ceremony, fireworks and food and beverages. Pets, glass bottles and barbecue grills are not allowed. All tents and shelters must be erected in the designated area, space is limited. Attendees are encouraged to arrive early due to expected heavy traffic. The event is free and open to the public. For more information, call 396-9126.
Installation awards ceremony tickets on sale: The 22nd Annual Fort Bragg Installation Awards Ceremony will be held July 17, at the Fort Bragg Club. Tickets are on sale through June 30. Cost of the ticket is $11. The menu is chicken picatta, roasted seasonal vegetable blend, herb roasted red potatoes, and iced tea. Tickets can be purchased through your command/activity point of contact.
Resiliency seminar: The Employee Assistance Program is hosting quarterly seminars focused on resilience education. Presented by Army Community Service, all training will be conducted from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at Leader and Work Force Development Center, Building 2-2020, Woodruff Street. Call 396-5784 to confirm place and time of the training. Dates are: Sept. 11 and Dec. 4, call 396-5784 to reserve a seat.
New primary care clinicsí hours: The Womack Army Medical Center primary care clinics will expand hours until 9 p.m., Monday through Thursday, beginning Monday. The last day the Acute Minor Illness Clinic will be open is Saturday. Clark, Joel, Pope, Robinson, and Womack Family Medicine Residency clinics will open for evening hours beginning Monday. To make an appointment, call 907-2778. The main outpatient pharmacy will remain open Monday through Thursday until 10 p.m.
Mother/son outing: Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation is sponsoring a mother/son sock hop, July 20, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m., at the Fort Bragg Club. Tickets are $30 per couple and $15 for each additional child. Come out for crafts, DJ music, hula hoop contest, Elvis impersonations and more. For more information, call 907-2582.
Annual Longstreet Church reunion: The descendant congregation of the Longstreet Presbyterian Church, the Fort Bragg Cultural Resources Management Program and the Fort Bragg Chaplainís Office will host the annual Longstreet Presbyterian Church reunion in celebration of the historic Argyle community on Sunday, at 11 a.m. Military members and the public are invited to participate in a worship service by Reverend Clark Remsburg, Jr. and a picnic lunch on the church grounds. The community may also tour the Longstreet Church cemetery. One of two antebellum churches on Fort Bragg, Longstreet Presbyterian Church was established in the mid-1700s by highland Scot immigrants. The current structure was completed in 1850. At the reunion, the CRMP will have a special display of church artifacts including an original 1826 Gaelic Bible and a 1924 photograph of the Presbytery and congregation. Participants are encouraged to provide a dish to share at the picnic lunch. The church has no electricity or climate controls, so attendees should dress appropriately for weather conditions. Parking is available near the church with assistance from the Chaplainís Office for elderly and handicapped patrons. For more information, contact the Fort Bragg CRMP at 396-6680.