Meade Week, April 20, 2009

Scroll down for further important announcements:

On this edition of Meade Week, Fort Meade hosts DoD adjudications ground breaking, April is Sexual Abuse Awareness Month, Census Bureau visits Ft. Meade, Meade TV’s off-duty pick of the week and more!

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The 742d MI BN will conduct a Battalion Run between 0630 and 0800 this Friday morning, April 24th 2009.  Plan your route on Ft Meade accordingly to ensure a good safe Battalion run and an enjoyable morning’s ride to your destination.  Please review the unit route below and remember, the safety of Fort Meade runners is everybody’s business. Vehicles will slow to 10 mph when approaching running formations and pay attention to guidance from the formations’ leaders and the Military Police.

 run-circuit

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“ARMY COMMUNITY OF EXCELLENCE”

Please, come join the Fort Meade Military Community as we travel to the Pentagon to participate in the Department of the Army, Army Community of Excellence (ACOE) Award ceremony, 5 May 09.

This is the third consecutive year Fort George G. Meade has been a finalist for this prestigious award.

 All Fort Meade garrison employees are invited to attend.

 Directors are responsible for submitting the names of their personnel who wish to attend NLT 1400 hours, 23 April 2009.

 Employees attending the ceremony are not required to take personal leave.

 Call 301-677-3783 or 301-677-7125.

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The Soldiers’ Chorus

of The United States Army Field Band

presents

 “Shout for Joy!”

Friday, April 24, 2009

8:00 p.m.

 Carl J. Murphy Fine Arts Center-Morgan State University

2201 Argonne Drive

Baltimore, MD

for tickets and information, please call (443) 885-4440

“Shout for Joy” is a choral concert celebrating African-American composers and features conductor Dr. Robert L. Morris.

 A professor at Macalester College, Dr. Morris directs the Leigh Morris Chorale and is a leading advocate for new works by African-Americans.

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One Response to Meade Week, April 20, 2009

  1. Chad Jones says:

    Bryan: You should include the twitter address and FT Meade Website in your final screen where you announce this a product of the FT Meade PAO.

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