“Peace is something that we must not take for granted. We have to actively work to preserve it,” reminded Michael Ebling, Lord Mayor of Mainz, to the participants of the National Day of Mourning commemoration Nov. 17 at the Mainz Main Cemetery.
Delegates for this year’s Army Family Action Plan conference presented their top issues Nov. 15 to U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Commander Col. Noah Cloud and Command Sgt. Maj. Christopher Truchon.
Improvements based on the U.S. Army Garrison Customer Experience Survey from 2018 were implemented in numerous directorates across the garrison. In 2019, customers were invited to take “micro-surveys” to measure the effectiveness of changes made in Vehicle Registration and Inspection, the Postal Service Center, In- and Out-Processing, the Self-Help Improvement Store and Personal Property Processing.
The Wiesbaden American Red Cross hosted 1,500 community members during their annual Trunk or Treat event Oct. 26 on Hainerberg. The Sergeant Morales Club won best trunk by popular vote.
Army veteran and registered dietitian Maria McConville, spouse of Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. James C. McConville, visited U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Oct. 23 through 25 to tour the installation and talk with personnel and military spouses about some of the challenges they face and the contributions they make to the community.
Influenza virus (flu) is a respiratory illness easily spread from person to person mainly by tiny droplets made when people with the flu cough, sneeze or talk.
Runners and walkers participate in a Take Back the Night 1k, 5k or 10k race Oct. 3 on Clay Kaserne.