Archive for February, 2013


The real ‘secret’ to losing weight

The real ‘secret’ to losing weight

It’s the start of a new year and you are determined to make this the year you stick to your resolution to lose those extra pounds. But with so much information out there, where should you start?

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Photos by Wendy Brown

Kambria Price plays “Comptine D’un Autre été L’après-midi” by Yann Tiersen on the piano during the Wiesbaden Middle School Black History Month 2013 assembly in the school gym Feb. 20.

Wiesbaden Middle School celebrates Black History Month

Wiesbaden Middle School student Akeena Pearson’s introduction to the school’s Black History Month 2013 celebration made note of several historic milestones that make this year’s festivities exceptional.

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Schoolbits: February 28, 2013

School registration Wiesbaden Department of Defense Schools will hold registration…

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Community Notes – February 28, 2013

Community Notes – February 28, 2013

  Easter egg hunt A community-wide Easter egg hunt will…

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How to file a claim for a privately owned vehicle

There are a lot of incidents involving members of the Wiesbaden military community that involve the use of their privately owned vehicle. Enough trips down B455 or through the Exchange or Commissary parking lot and you will inevitably see an auto accident.

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“Grandma Joyce” Schloesser pours tea for girls during a tea party inspired by “American Girl” dolls at the Wiesbaden Library Feb. 16. Schloesser also read the book “Kirsten’s Surprise” to the girls.

‘American Girl’ dolls inspire tea party

Young ladies and their dolls turned out in force for a giant tea party at the Wiesbaden Library Feb. 16. The 27 girls, ages 6 and older, were on hand to inaugurate the first of a new series of “American Girl” socials to be held every third Saturday of the month at 10 a.m. at the library.

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RoboWarriors ship robot to competitions

RoboWarriors ship robot to competitions

Engineers encounter unique challenges every time they take on a project. Finding solutions to those challenges may be the most important lesson learned by the aspiring engineers on Wiesbaden High School’s RoboWarriors team, according to engineering and technology instructor (and RoboWarriors sponsor) Frank Pendzich.

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Photos by Karl Weisel

Members of the U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden community take part in a Take Back the Night Candlelight Walk that the Family Advocacy Program sponsored in 2012.

Family Advocacy Program not only for crises

“FAP is a multifacited program. We offer several different services … for everyone who falls within the garrison footprint,” said Michelle Stosich, FAP manager, who said the services include victim advocacy, new parent support programs with home visitors, emergency placement care, respite care and nine other prevention and awareness programs.

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