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BattleKings, 1-9 FA

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HOLIDAY HAYRIDE, FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS AT HOLBROOK POND, Dec. 13, 14: The glow of holiday lights transforms Holbrook Pond Recreation Area off Highway 144 for this Family fun event featuring hay, boat and horse rides, movie, kiddie train ride, Santa and Mrs. Claus, s'mores and more. Begins at 6 p.m. each evening. Cost is $1 per person. Children 2 and under free. Holbrook Pond light display will remain until Dec. 26, and visitors are invited to drive through without charge from 6-9 p.m. nightly. For more information, call 912-767-4316.

2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division

2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division

TREES FOR TROOPS: The eight annual "Trees for Troops" distribution will be held on Dec 14, 2013 at Newman Gym (Ft. Stewart) and the Hunter Club (Hunter Army Airfield) starting at 9am. The Christmas Spirit Foundation and FedEx have partnered to provide FREE Christmas Trees to Active Duty Soldiers. For more information call 912-767-2515.

BattleKings, 1-9 FA

BattleKings, 1-9 FA

Our monthly Battalion newsletter.


Hey Assassins! FRG MEETING tomorrow night at battalion at 6pm! Please bring a side dish, desert, or two liter of soda. CPT Faller will be providing pizza!
(April 9)


Hey Assassins!!
FRG MEETING on Monday night, March 25 at 6pm in the Battalion Classroom! Looking forward to seeing you there:)


Thanks to all our families who came out tonight! Hope you have a great week!!


FRG MEETING at 6pm on Feb 12! Come to the BTN classroom and meet the new commander for Alpha:)
(Ladies bring a snack item to share) Thanks! KMAC


Happy New Year to all our Assassins, home and abroad! Looking for this to be our greatest year ever:)) KMAC

PRT SECFOR ASSASSINS (EAGLE TEAM) preparing for Christmas:)

PRT SECFOR ASSASSINS (EAGLE TEAM) preparing for Christmas:)


Just a quick update, the PRT Assassins received the DVD today and will be ready to celebrate Christmas with a little taste of home:) Of course, they are under strict instructions to wait til Xmas Eve!! Be sure and check out the pictures they are posting on our Unit page!


Hello Assassins!! I hope you are getting into the Holiday spirit!! Keep in mind Trees for Troops is this Saturday at 9 am:) you received a flyer last weekend in your "Weekly Updates" email!


Hello Assassins:)
I just wanted to wish all of our families a Happy Thanksgiving:)) Im thankful for each of you being a part of my Army family :) Blessings!


Hello Assassins! If you have a deployed spouse, (PRT) the deadline for messages is this Saturday. If you have a deployed soldier, but do not understand what I'm referring to, please message me to my inbox!


Don't forget!!! FRG MEETING at 6pm tomorrow:) Bring a dish for our potluck!!!
See you there;)


Hey ladies:)
We have an FRG Meeting on Nov 7 at 6:00pm. We are having a "Get to Know Me" potluck. This will be the first meeting that Alpha and Bravo batterys have together! Lets bring a dish we are " known" for as we are getting to know each other :) Hope to see you there!!


PHONE SCAM ALERT NOTICE: There has been a recent surge locally in phone scams. A caller, blocking their telephone number from caller ID, introduces themselves as an attorney representing some firm to which the recipient is alleged to owe a debt. The caller then tells the recipient that they have until noon or close of business of the date of the call to send them the amount owed or they will issue a warrant for their arrest in the very near future.

If you receive a call of this nature, DO NOT confirm any personally identifiable information, to include social security numbers or financial information.

Do try to get information about the caller: name, phone number, physical address, who they work for. This information should be used in order to file a local police report in the jurisdiction where you live, i.e. MPs if on post, Hinesville Police Department if residing in incorporated Hinesville, Liberty County Sheriff's Office if outside incorporated Liberty County.


Attention all PRT Spouses...There are still slots available for the Spouses of Deployed Soldiers Retreat this weekend. If you are interested in attending please contact Suzanne Hertel at [email protected] as soon as possible to reserve your slot.



Care Teams are VITAL. Please thoughtfully consider being a part of this.... Care Team members respond to a family when a Soldier is wounded or killed. They help with things like walking the dog, feeding the baby, folding laundry, making meals or simply BEING THERE until extended family arrive to help.

Care Team training will be held for 1-9 FA on Wednesday, 19 September 2012 from 0930-1130 at ACS building 87. (Close to the PX) If you are interested in taking the training, please RSVP to Michelle Glenn or 1LT Spence as soon as possible.

FREE hourly childcare is available for the training. To use the childcare your children must be registered with CYS prior to the date that care is needed. Those that would like to use it need to call the CDC and make hourly childcare reservations for their children. The day of the training you will drop off your child and then come to ACS for the training. Once the training is complete ACS will give you a voucher to take back to the CDC. The CDC will use that voucher to receive payment from ACS.


You’re invited to…
Come out and get to know new friends!
WHEN: Friday, September 7th, 2012 from 9-11am.
WHAT TO BRING:Finger Foods or Drinks
DRIVING DIRECTIONS:Located at the Park directly next to the PX.

RSVP TO: Brigitte Spence 931.797.1014 (call or text)


Our next "FRG Meet and Greet" will be held on Tuesday, September 18th in the battery conference room. You can look forward to a guest speaker, giveaways and much, much more! Remember, our FRG is only as good as the people in it!!


See you tonight for The August FRG Meet N' Greet complete with yummy pizza! 6pm in the battery conference room.


See you tomorrow in the battery conference room for our monthly FRG Meet N' Greet at 6pm! Kids are welcome :)


Our August FRG Meeting will be this Tuesday, August 28th at 6pm in the battery conference room. This is for PRT spouses AND Rear D. More details about what to expect. It's going to be informative and fun. Kids are WELCOME!


What guest speakers would you like to hear at an FRG Meeting?

Timeline Photos

Timeline Photos

Timeline Photos

Timeline Photos


Assassin Families: Who's enjoying this cooler weather as we move into Mid-August?? Thinking of fall, what's your favorite fall activity?


This Wednesday, August 22nd, will be a "Town Hall Meeting" in the battalion conference room for those whose spouses are deploying on PRT TEAM. This meeting is for YOU, the spouse, to ask the battalion commander any questions you may have regarding the upcoming deployment.

The meeting will begin promptly at 6 p.m.and ice cream sundaes will be served for the children.


Fort Stewart:
Movies on post
Outdoor Recreation/Holbrook Pond:
2 Bowling Alleys, Swimming Pools, Toddler & Children Play Place, Golf Course etc.
Free Classes
Cheap Auto Repair and Auto Classes

Hinesville/Ludowici Castle:
Bouncy House:
Quality Time magazine. It is Liberty county’s official event calendar.
The Coastal Courier (of course that will tell you about events after they happen... but i get some good garage sale and temp job and wanteds info from there, and learn about festivals that if I missed I can note to myself I’m gonna go next year).
event calendar at
The Hinesville Area Arts Council has events going on often (art exhibit grand openings and cupcake wars and dance classes), so does HDDA the Hinesville Downtown Development Authority.
Farmer’s Markets March-October downtown in Bradwell Park every Thursday from 4-8pm. The 2nd Thursday of the month is a special one with live music and extra arts&crafts.
There are at least 3 parades in town per year.
Halloween there is a huge trick-or-treating event just swarms of families.
On Christmas there is “Christmas in the Park.”
The YMCA also does events. So does KLCB, Keep Liberty County Beautiful.
There is an Earth Day celebration on April 23rd with lots of interesting exhibitors and activities/games.
There is the annual Small World Festival on May 15th gets 5,000 attendees. Lots of interesting cultural exhibitors. THIS IS ALL IN HINESVILLE.
2x year Ft Stewart has their HUGE post wide yard sales fall and spring, you’ll see it advertised when you’re entering post thru the main gate.
5 consignment shops in Hville if you need to get your thrift shopping fix earlier in the week.
Coastal Kids Clothing and Gifts
Jeff’s Candy Kitchen
Uncommon Grounds
Jungle Jakes (now on Memorial, they do Magic Card tournaments 3x/week).
Farmer’s Natural Foods is definitely worth a visit or two- they have their own organic farmer’s market every friday and regularly (at least 1x/month) host special health-related events like lecture/blood testing in the store.
Liberty County also has a quilting guild, a motorcycle club, a car club, a sewing club (i co-lead), a book club, a breastfeeding support group, a 4-H club, girlscouts and boyscouts, and a million churches and church groups. join one or volunteer to suit your interests and you will have a ton of meetings and events to go to!! volunteer opportunities abound as well places like the Mana House (food pantry) and voter registration office.
check out and join a local group! the whole purpose of the site is to connect people and to host events.

Cay's Creek IS OPEN 9AM TO DUSK. It's still a work in progress, but the boardwalk is open with a new birding tower and dock on Cay Creek Boardwalk round trip is just over 7/10ths of a mile. Wheelchair accesible.
Midway Gallery
Dunham Farms
Fort Morris Historic Site
LeConte Woodsmanston Plantation and Botanical Gardens
Doorchester Academy

Richmond Hill
Bamboo Farms and Coastal Gardens: Leashed Pets Allowed, bring your own lunch and sit and relax for a little bit, free of charge
Jump N' Jacks
JF Gregory Park/Lake

Historic Hotels:
Presidents Quarters in Savannah -
Atlantis Inn at Tybee Island -
Thunderbird Inn Savannah -

Places to eat:
Mrs. Wilke's ( )
Lady & Sons, Paula Deen Restaurant ( ) You do NOT need to make a reservation if you live in the area, as we are considered local. So you don't need to stand in line the day you want to go there, you can call the day before or a couple days before.
Sunbury Crab Company has a nice water view

Places to Visit:
More information can be found at the Savannah Visitors Center:
301 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard
Savannah, GA 31401

Lucas Theater: They offer concerts, performances, and other shows
walk the squares:
1st Friday of every month they also have the Savannah Comedy Revue at the Bay Street Theatre.
Lady Chablis show at Club One (and FYI Club one is a local gay/bi/etc., club)
Telfair Museum - Want to see the "Bird Girl" Statue from the movie Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil
Broughton St. is a great place to just hang out for the day....plenty of restaurants and shops
Forsyth Park: great place to relax, have a picnic, read, and spend time by alone or with family or friends. They have a very lovely fountain there.
Bonaventure Cemetery:
River Street, also a bit to do around this area
- On the 1st Friday of every month, they have fireworks overlooking the River.
- They have some places to eat and shop. They also have a Christmas Store.
- They have a Monument from the 1996 Summer Olympics when they had the sailing competition in Savannah from the Atlanta Games.
- They also have the "Waving Girl" Statue near the Olympic monument.
Savannah Sand Gnats (minor league baseball team):
Savannah Smiles:
Skydiving in Savannah

Trolley Car Tours:
Old Town Trolley:
Old Savannah Tours:
Oglethorpe Tours:
Historic Tours:
Several of these also do ghost tours (in the day and the evening) and some others:
Savannah tours:
Sixed Sense Savannah:
Tara Haunted Tours:
The Hearse Tour:
Cobblestone Tours:
There are many other ghost tours, these are just several. And then there are also horse and carriage tours/rides:
And they also have what is called Savannah Movie Tours:

-Museums: this is a list of the museums that are in/around Savannah, this might not be the complete list but these are the ones the usually always participate in the Super Museum Sunday day for Free. So it has locations and the name of the museum.
Did you know that the founder of Girl Scouts was born in Savannah and there are quite a few buildings here that you can visit?
First Headquarters:
Andrew Low House:
Visit the Botanical Gardens in Savannah.
Fort Stewart Museum:
- Mighty Eighth Air Force Museum: Pooler, GA

There are 5 Forts within the area: Fort McAllister, Fort Pulaski, Fort Screven, Fort Morris, and Fort Jackson
Fort Pulaski: has some trails, and offers a free "monthly bird walk" at 7 am every 4th Friday of each month
Fort McAllister:
Fort Morris:
Fort Screven: near Tybee Beach
Fort Jackson:

Beaches, there are several with 1- 1 1/2 hours drive of Savannah/Fort Stewart:
Tybee Beach: Has a Fort, of course a beach, and even a Lighthouse and several other attractions
Tybee Island Lighthouse
Jekyll Island: This beach is the only one around the area that allows dogs (except for one certain location on the beach). It is nice and doesn't get as crowded as Tybee does sometimes. The island also has a sea turtle exhibit: Also has a water park: And camping sites:
St. Simon:
Neptune Fun Zone Pool 1/2 price for AD
St. Mary’s: This is also where
Cumberland Island is:
Myrtle Beach, SC: Now this beach isn't in GA but it is within a day trip of Savannah/Fort Stewart:

Smallest Church in America: Address: Coastal Hwy 17, South Newport, GA
Directions: I-95 exit 67, about one mile south on US Hwy 17. Look for a sign on the left (east) side, "Smallest Church in America," white with blue letters, half hidden with trees. Free to go into.

Statesboro: They have a little bit to do here.
They have a Hobby Lobby, and even a water park (cheaper than the Jekyll Island water Park) called Splash in the Boro (and they give a military discount). Georgia Southern Museum has some interesting events at times. . Georgia Southern Botanical Gardens, David H. Averitt Center for the Arts, and Mill Creek Regional Park.

Atlanta: about a 4-5 hour drive from Stewart/Savannah This site lists 50 fun things to do in Atlanta. IT is really is a nice place to visit. CAUTION: the drivers such here....and traffic can be horrible!!!! Many of these places in Atlanta also offer a military discount.

Visit 5 top sites in Atlanta for a massive discount

Six Flags
Stone Mountain

Jacksonville: about a 1 1/2 hour drive, nice day trip.
Jacksonville Zoo:
Jacksonville Museum of Science and History:
Jacksonville Beaches:

Orlando: about a 5 hour drive from Fort Stewart
Disneyworld: or
Universal Studios:
Kissimmee Hot Air Balloon Ride
Other Orlando Ticket Discounts:
Kissimmee Group Trips: For more information on planning military group trips to Kissimmee, call the Kissimmee CVB at 407-742-8200 or contact

Camping/State Parks: GA has quite a few state parks, nice for a day trip (some mentioned before) and some as an overnight trip. They offer a military discount also for most of them as well as their season pass.

Festivals in Georgia: This site list several festivals that are happening in Georgia

Wild Adventures Water Park (Valdosta, GA):

Oglethorpe speedway park: Pooler, GA

Oatland Island Education Center:

UGA Marine Education center and Aquarium:

Crime and Punishment Museum & last Meal Cafe: In Ashburn, GA Also in Ashburn is the world's largest peanut. :)


Fort Stewart, GA


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