Parishioners were offered a Christian sacrament of communion for the first time in more than 10 weeks May 17, after some social distancing measures were lifted.
In a gesture of German-American friendship and partnership, German Navy veteran and reservist Michael Müller and his business partner Klaus Nowak donated 2,600 face shields to the Wiesbaden Red Cross May 28.
When COVID-19 rules threatened to derail a rite of passage for graduating seniors, U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden and tenant units came together to assist the school and put on a celebration to remember.
Updates to hours and services will be posted on the garrison Facebook page and COVID-19 web page: https://home.army.mil/wiesbaden/index.php/coronavirus.
Karen Baumgartner, mother and military spouse, gained job experience in her career field by volunteering with the U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden Directorate of Public Works’ Environmental Division.
The Wiesbaden High School graduating class is having a year to remember, and not for typical rites-of-passage associated with high school commencement.
The School Meal Program resumed April 13, allowing families to pick up grab-and-go bagged breakfast and lunch meals as a part of their Army and Air Force Exchange Service lunch accounts.
The travel ban implemented March 25 and expected to last until June 30, affected Soldiers, civilians and family members across the world. To mitigate the negative consequences for community members of U.S. Army Garrison Wiesbaden, the Stop Movement Customer Assistance Point was brought into being.