Party time:

Fort Bragg Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation

will host a Family Halloween party, Oct. 26 from 10 a.m. to noon at Sports USA. The Family event is free, open to everyone, and includes pumpkin carvings, games and Halloween candy giveaway. Free pumpkin will be given out while supplies last. Children are encouraged to come dressed in Halloween costumes for the costume contest.

For more information, call 907-0739.

The Fort Bragg Halloween Carnival

will take place Oct. 31, at Tolson Youth Activities Center, from 6 to 8 p.m. The carnival is free, open to everyone and includes a Halloween costume contest, games, candy giveaway and much more.

The Keystone Club will

host a haunted house for $2 a person. For more information, call 396-5437

Fort Bragg Trick-or-Treating hours will be from 6 to 8 p.m., Oct. 31. To ensure for everyone’s safety on Halloween, community residents should:

Turn on porch lights. If porch lights are off, it will be understood that residents are not participating in Halloween activities. Ensure lawns, sidewalks, steps, and porches are clear of obstacles to prevent accidents. Halloween decorations should be safely exhibited. Control pets. Be cautious of neighborhood construction areas to avoid accidents. Do not speed in housing areas. Family members accompanying children should wear a reflective item and carry a flashlight.

For more information, call 396-5437.

Pediatric care now at primary clinics:

All pediatric patient appointments are being  booked at Clark Health Clinic, Joel Health and Dental Clinic, Robinson Health Clinic and Troop and Family Medical Clinic. Patients will receive notifications via mail of their clinic enrollment and primary care manager assignments.

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.

Advertising jobs:

The Fort Bragg Chaplain’s Office is seeking to fill the following non-appropriated funds positions:

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 charles.s.brewer.mil@mail.mil. 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.