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To celebrate Earth Day and Arbor Day, the Directorate of Public Works will give away hundreds of free backpacks stuffed with fun, educational goodies during drive-thru event 10 a.m.-2 p.m. April 23 at Hammond Heights Community Center, 35th St.

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Growing up as a military child often means staying on the move, trying to adjust to new schools and dealing with anxieties about a parent’s deployment.

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Underage drinking is a significant public health concern in the U.S., and the Fort Campbell Installation Provost Marshal Office, or PMO, is asking Soldiers and Families to do their part in preventing it as part of National Alcohol Awareness Month.

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The Fort Campbell Exchange is Family serving Family – and Soldiers can help their battle buddies in need by donating to Army Emergency Relief, or AER, at the Exchange registers.

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The consequences of binge drinking can reach far beyond a nasty, next-day-hangover. It can cost those who overindulge self-control, relationships, careers and health.

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Volunteers are part of Fort Campbell’s backbone, and the most outstanding among them will be recognized during a Volunteer of the Year ceremony 1:30 p.m. April 21 at division headquarters.

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Before having large furniture and bulky items shipped overseas for a permanent change of station, or PCS, move, Soldiers should first visit the Fort Campbell Transportation Personal Property and Passenger Travel Office to ensure their arrangements are the right fit.

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Sergeant Gary Harris, 1st Battalion, 506th Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault), likes working on his own pickup truck but doesn’t have all the tools and space he needs to do the job right.

Harmonies echoed through the halls of Fort Campbell High School March 29 as string ensemble students practiced their craft through the latest addition to the school’s music program.

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