Ask the adults associated with this year’s graduating class, and they’ll praise the students and the community that supports them.
Once a day, the Wiesbaden Army Airfield gets an unusual visitor. A blue and white helicopter can be seen hovering over different areas of Clay Kaserne for a few minutes, before flying away again.
Since mid-March, Wiesbaden families have participated in the world-wide movement of placing rainbow art in their windows as a symbol of hope while people are staying at home to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, when social distancing and self-quarantine are needed to limit and control the spread of the disease, continued social connectedness to maintain recovery is critically important. Virtual resources can be used to support your recovery.
Did you know April is Child Abuse Prevention Month? The campaign theme this year is Stand Up for MilKids, which brings awareness to the importance of having a caring adult in the life of a child and increasing their resilience.
In accordance with new Department of Defense and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden has implemented the mandatory wear of masks or face coverings in several areas where physical distancing is more difficult — such as essential customer service points.
The Wiesbaden Fire Department provided training March 7 at the fire station to help local Boy Scouts earn their Emergency Preparedness Merit Badge.
Hand washing stations have been put up and personnel are taking precautions to keep community members safe from germs.