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Upcoming Events

TOPIC/EVENT:  Oktoberfest


DATE/TIME:   Friday, October 20, 2023, from 1600-2000    


LOCATION: MCCS Dining Hall Back Parking lot


AUDIENCE: ALL Active-Duty Service Members and DOD Civilians families


DETAILS:  Come out and join us for a taste of delicious German foods, German desserts, German-style Beers, and non-alcoholic drinks.  We will also have games available for the families.


POC:  Carolyn Perry, 639.5227 or Eliza Berry/ Naomi Ward /Betty Nash-Lloyd, 639.5223




TOPIC/EVENT: CAC encoding for building access


DATE/TIME: Monday to Thursday 0800 to 1100




DETAILS: Beginning Monday 23 October CAC encoding for access control to buildings and rooms with card readers will be available at Building 3010 Monday to Thursday 0800 to 1100


New personnel requiring CAC access to buildings and rooms need to coordinate with their command, division, section access control custodian or access control officer to ensure a CAC encoding form, identifying all access requirements, is completed, and forwarded to the MCPD Physical Security Office.


Personnel with previous access must coordinate with their command, division, section access control custodian or access control officer to ensure an e-mail, verifying continued access approval, is forwarded to the MCPD Physical Security Office. 


Only the access control officer or access control custodian may request CAC encoding.


**CAC encoding outside of stated hours will be limited to the ranks of O-5, E-8, GS-13 and above based on staff availability**


FMI: Contact your command/division/section access control officer or custodian.  Security personnel may contact the Physical Security Office at 639-5180 or 639-7190




TOPIC/EVENT:  "Spooktacular" Festival: Trunk or Treat


DATE/TIME:   Friday, October 27 / 1700-2230


LOCATION: Boyette Park at Covella Pond


AUDIENCE: All Base Personnel


DETAILS:  The "Spooktacular" Festival is an annual Halloween themed base-wide event on Friday, October 27. There will be games, bounce house, Trunk or Treat and food from 1700-1900 (not 1730, as originally posted). Beginning at 1900, "The Haunted Mansion (2023)" will be projected on an outdoor movie screen.  A second feature, “Insidious,” will be begin at 2100.  Attendees are encouraged to wear costumes, bring a bag for collecting candy, and a blanket for the outdoor movie..


POC:  LCDR Matson (Base Chaplain) via email at or by phone at (229) 639-7426




TOPIC/EVENT:  All Liberty Housing and MCCS RV Tenants Quarterly Resident Advisory Board Meeting


DATE/TIME:   Thursday, 26 Oct 2023 @ 1800


LOCATION: Liberty Housing Office


AUDIENCE: All Base Personnel


DETAILS:  To provide a venue for Tenant housing personnel to identify and discuss housing area updates and concerns as required.


Remarks:  To keep faith with our tenants, we are hosting this Board to listen and address concerns of the community.


POC:  (229) 639-7490




TOPIC/EVENT:  Health, Dental & Vision Insurance Premiums for 2024


DATE/TIME:   Through 11 December 2023.


AUDIENCE: All Base Personnel


DETAILS:  1. The 2023 Open Season will be held 13 November – 11 December 2023. Employees are able to make changes to their Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) and Federal Employees Dental and Vision Insurance Programs (FEDVIP) enrollments and elect to participate in the Federal Flexible Spending Account Program (FSAFEDS). The effective date of the 2023 FEHB Open season is 14 January 2024.


2. Premiums are available on the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) website at Enrollees should carefully check the 2024 rates of their current plan and any other plan choices they are considering for 2024. In some cases, premiums for the Self Plus One enrollment type may be higher than for the Self and Family enrollment type.


3. The central source for current information regarding the open season can be found at


4. For questions, contact:







  • Telephone: FSAFEDS at 877-372-3337
  • TTY: 866-353-8058
  • Overseas Participants 650-577-5294


POC:  Labor/Employee Relations, Civilian Human Resources Office-SE






TOPIC/EVENT:  Road Closure B1221/B1210 Corner of 4th and Matthews Blvd.


DATE/TIME:   Ending 11/10/2023 at 5:00 p.m.


LOCATION: B1221/B1210 Corner of 4th and Matthews Blvd. 


AUDIENCE: All Base Personnel


DETAILS:  Required to repair sanitary sewer service line. 


POC:  Please contact Karl Stephens at 229-639-9374 or at if

you have any questions or concerns. 




TOPIC/EVENT: Women Empowerment Group


DATE/TIME:   Oct.19, Nov. 2 & 16, Dec. 7 & 21, Jan. 4 & 18, Feb. 2 & 23 / 11 a.m.-noon


LOCATION:   Bldg. 7260 (next to Chapel Annex)


AUDIENCE:   Female Authorized Patrons


DETAILS:  This exclusively female group focuses on healing, growth and sisterhood. If you are a woman seeking support, understanding, and strength after trauma, abuse, or life challenges, this group can help guide you on your journey. Call to register.


FMI:  229-639-7553




TOPIC/EVENT:  Registration for FREE Bright from the Start 2023-2024 Pre-K Program


DATE/TIME:   Registration now open until all slots are filled


LOCATION:   Child Development Center, Bldg. 7600


AUDIENCE:   Authorized patrons.


DETAILS:   This program is FREE! State funded (free) hours are Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Children attending this program will learn skills and lessons that will prepare them for kindergarten., plus many activities and field trips are taken throughout the school year. Instruction begins Aug. 1, 2023. Parent/guardian must be eligible to use the CDC per MCO 1710.30. Eligible child must be 4 years old by Sept. 1, 2023. Must be a Georgia resident. Prior to registering for camp, child must be registered with Child & Youth Programs. Request care at Call to enroll.


FMI:   229-639-7930/5765




TOPIC/EVENT:  Within My Reach


DATE/TIME:  Every Thursday (except Thanksgiving) / 11 a.m.-noon


LOCATION:  Family Advocacy Program, Bldg. 7260


AUDIENCE:   Authorized patrons


DETAILS:  Improve your intimate relationships by identifying communications styles, setting guidelines for a solid financial future, and learning how to fight fair.


FMI:   229-639-5276




TOPIC/EVENT:  Healthy Thinking


DATE/TIME:  Second Thursday of the Month (except Nov. 9, class will be held Nov. 16) | 1-2 p.m.


LOCATION:  Bldg. 7260 (next to Chapel Annex)


AUDIENCE:   Authorized patrons


DETAILS:   You have the power to change unwanted thinking patterns! Develop the skills you need to cultivate healthy thinking patterns, overcome negative thoughts, and achieve lasting changes and a positive mindset. Call to register.


FMI:   229-639-7553




TOPIC/EVENT:  The Love Connection


DATE/TIME:   First Wed. of the Month / 11 a.m.-noon


LOCATION: Bldg. 7260 (next to Chapel Annex)


AUDIENCE: Marines, Sailors attached to Marine Corps units and their eligible family members


DETAILS: Learn how to improve connections by identifying your communication style, including love languages, set guidelines for establishing a sound financial future and strengthen your conflict resolution skills.


FMI: 229-639-7553




TOPIC/EVENT: Got Your Back


DATE/TIME: Wednesday / 11 a.m.-noon


LOCATION:  Family Advocacy Program, Bldg. 7260


AUDIENCE:  Single Service Members


DETAILS: This vital, skills-based curriculum focuses on health and resilience and is targeted toward single service members. Attendees will learn how to support singles in the military by helping them improve their self-awareness, understanding, and acceptance of others; their decision-making skills, and achieve their goals for a variety of relationships and contexts. Class is held every Tuesday (except federal holidays).


FMI: 229-639-5276




TOPIC/EVENT: EAGLE EYES/Antiterrorism (AT) Information




AUDIENCE:  ALL military and civilian personnel


DETAILS:  This advisory is published with the specific intent of ensuring

increased vigilance in safeguarding of all personnel and facilities by

reporting suspicious, criminal, or terrorist activities and behaviors on or

off installation.


A Simple Observation., A Single Report., and you could help PREVENT a

terrorist or criminal attack


But do you know what you are looking for?  There are 8 eight suspicious

activities that could serve as indicators that the installation is under



Surveillance                                        Tests of Security

Suspicious Questioning                  Acquiring Supplies

Suspicious Persons                          Dry Runs/Rehearsals

Deploying/Stockpiling Assets


If you see any of these activities on base call 639-5132 or 911 for

emergencies, When off base Log on to the Eagle Eyes website (

Every report is an important piece of the puzzle and will be reviewed by trained personnel. We encourage good faith reporting.


Remember..."If You See Something, Say Something."


For more information contact the Installation Antiterrorism Officer at (229) 639-9340.





TOPIC:  October 2023 Momentum Engagement Campaign and Webinars


DETAILS: The theme for this month's member newsletter is Connecting Your Diet and



Monthly Theme


Estate Planning: Financial Basics | October 26


Register here: 9 am PT





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Many of us know we should have an estate plan, but we don't know how or when

to get started. We will discuss the common components of an estate plan and

explain how your plan may change as you go through different stages of life.

Lastly, we will cover the pros and cons of hiring an attorney, versus doing

most of the work yourself.


October is also National Depression and Mental Health Awareness and

Screening Month!


DONCEAP is available 24/7/365!!


Call: 1-844-DON-CEAP (1-844-366-2327)


TTY: 711


Visit website:


POC: Labor/Employee Relations, Civilian Human Resources Office-SE

Email: <


TOPIC: Marine Corps Birthday Ball Ticket Sales


DETAILS:  The Commanding General of MARCORLOGCOM, and the Commander of MLCB Albany invite you to join them in celebration of this 248th United States Marine Corps Birthday.  The ball will occur on Saturday 4 November 2023 at the Albany James H. Gray Sr. Civic Center, located at 100 W. Oglethorpe Blvd., Albany, GA 31701.  All active/reserve/retired service members, permanent government civilians, and all guests associated to MARCORLOGCOM, MCLB Albany, MARCORSYSCOM, and I&I are welcomed while limited tickets are available.  Cocktail Hour begins at 1700.  Ceremony begins promptly at 1800 with dinner to immediately follow.  Professional photography available onsite.            

TICKET SALES:        Available now via and via QR Code on the MCBB Flyer

                                *Final sale date: 20 Oct 2023.  Check Wild Cards for location and info updates.


The event brite link is:



TICKET PRICES:  (Card accepted. Memento provided at the ball venue):

                             -E3 & Below and guests: $45 each

                             -E4 & E5 and guests: $65 each

                             -E6 & E7, O-3 and Below and guests: $75 each

                             -E-8 & Above, O-4 and above, Government/Civilians/Retirees, and guests: $85 each

                              * Sales Tax applied to the total amount charged. All sales are final.


DINNER:         (Meal and dessert must be selected at time of purchase): 

                        -Herb Crusted Sirloin served with a chimichurri

                        -Blackened Chicken with a mango salsa

                        -Vegetarian Blackened Chicken (Blackened Tofu) with a mango salsa

                        *Meal Includes: 

                                    *Mixed greens salad with mandarin oranges, dried cranberries, feta cheese, and

                                      raspberry vinaigrette

                                    *Sun-dried Tomato Risotto and Broccolini, rolls and butter

                                    *Dessert (choice of): Pineapple Upside Cake or Decadent Chocolate Cake


PARKING:           Parking is provided free.  No valet service available.


LODGING:          The Hilton Garden Inn is located at 101 S. Front St., and directly across the street from

                             the Civic Center. The $98.00 GOV Rate is available by calling (229) 888-1590. 


Reference the Marine Corps Birthday Ball. ID will be required at check-in to receive GOV Rate.


CHILDCARE:   Available at Marine Corps Logistics Base Child Development Center (CDC). Rate: $8 per

                        child/per hour. Please schedule childcare a week prior to the ball by 27 October 2023.

                             Must schedule childcare directly with CDC by calling (229) 639-5765.


POC:                GySgt Anwar Hayes                       (229) 639-9629,

                        Capt Jennifer Adams                     (229) 639-6251,

                        Ms. Diedre Groves                         (229) 639-5201,



  •  CISD-Job Announcement


DATE/TIME: 23-30 October


  •   Base wide


DETAILS:  Management and Program Analyst, GS-0343-11 Hiring Announcement (CLICK HERE)


FMI:  229-639-9623.



TOPIC/EVENT: Albany Marine In Their Boots Day


LOCATION: Covella Pond


DATE/TIME:  October 27 / 0840-1400


AUDIENCE:  This event is open to spouses and family members (18+) of Uniformed Service

Members that work aboard MCLB A.


DETAILS: Our In Their Boots events is designed so that participants will experience some of the training their military family members perform to develop a better understanding of our unit missions and enhance family member relationships with unit leadership and the greater Marine Corps mission.


Registration: Please sign up at


For more information, email or call GySgt Moore at / 229-639-7904.



TOPIC/EVENT: Installation Operations Security (OPSEC)




AUDIENCE:  ALL military, civilian, contractor and family personnel


DETAILS:  This advisory is published with the specific intent of ensuring

increased vigilance in safeguarding MCLB Albany information.

OPSEC is the process to protect sensitive, UNCLASSIFIED INFORMATION.  OPSEC

is about keeping this sensitive, unclassified information secure.

Even though the information is not classified, it is Critical Information

and not everyone needs access to or knowledge of it.


Learn to protect your organization, personal and family's elements of Critical Information:

1. INTENTIONS: Purpose, goals and missions.

2. CAPABILITIES: Competencies, skills and abilities.

3. LOCATIONS: Places of performance.

4. TIMES: Dates and times of performance.

5. PERSONAL INFORMATION:  Information such as names, titles, addresses, hometowns.

6. STAFFING: How many and who works in a unit or on a mission or project.

7. PROCEDURES: Any process that must be followed to achieve objectives.

8. VULNERABILITIES:  Weakness, exposures, liabilities that can be exploited.

9. TECHNOLOGY/EQUIPMENT: Tools, machinery, data, social media that are required to enable mission success.


What unclassified critical information have you provided to the adversary today?


Remember, who does OPSEC...You do OPSEC!


For more information contact the Installation OPSEC Program Manager, at (229) 639-9340.



TOPIC/EVENT: Tree Clearing and Debris Pile Burning


DATE/EVENT: October 19 to November 30






DETAILS: The Base Environmental Branch will have contractors working at the fenced in landfill on the north side of the Base from October 19 to November 30. The contractors will be removing dead and storm damaged trees on the landfill and clearing the fence line around the landfill location south of North Shaw Rd (Perimeter Rd), west of Doe Alley and north of Pea Patch Rd. The debris will be placed in piles at designated locations in and around the landfill for burning.  Debris burning will only be conducted on days when the weather conditions are favorable, approved by the Georgia Forestry Commission and MCLB Albany personnel. Do not enter the woods near the landfill location as heavy equipment will be operating along the perimeter of the fenced area. Smoke from the debris pile burning is not expected to have any impact on MCLB Albany personnel or daily operations.


FMI: Please contact Base Environmental by email or or call 639-8616/9946 if you have any questions or concerns. 



  •  Brandon Act Resources


  •   Commanders and Active-Duty Personnel


DETAILS:  The Brandon Act empowers service members to get the help they need confidentially, reducing the stigma associated with mental health. Service members start the referral process by talking to their commander or supervisor. The (attached) Continuum of Care Guide is a great tool to assess the appropriate level of care needed.


FMI:  (229) 639-7886



TOPIC/EVENT: Keeping Your Cool


DATE/TIME: Tuesday / 11 a.m.-noon


LOCATION: Family Advocacy Program, Bldg. 7260


AUDIENCE: Marines, Sailors attached to Marine Corps Units, Active-Duty Reservists, and their eligible family members


DETAILS: Don't let anger get the best of you. This workshop teaches effective strategies and techniques to manage anger and develop healthier ways of expressing emotions. Class is held every Tuesday, except federal holidays.


FMI: 229-639-5276



TOPIC/EVENT: DPMAP For Supervisors


DATE(S)/TIME: Tuesday, November 14, 2023 / 9am - 4pm


LOCATION:  CHRO-SE Building 3010, Room 102




DETAILS:                     The Defense Performance Management Appraisal Program (DPMAP) is an essential tool for civilian employees. This training will cover the essentials of DPMAP and allow participants to understand their role in the performance management process. It will include the planning, monitoring, and evaluating of a performance appraisal. This course will expand upon legal principles to provide the participants with the necessary tools and best practices they need to manage the workplace effectively and efficiently. Plus, participants will have an opportunity to ask questions and get answers – in real time from the subject matter experts!



CAPCITY:   Seats are LIMITED. Submit CWDD Registration Form to register. Supervisor’s approval is required.


To enroll, complete the attached CWDD registration form and forward to: CHROSEALBANYCWDD@USMC.MIL


FOR MORE INFO:  Amanda Cruz, LER Supervisor, 229-639-7347



TOPIC/EVENT:  Voluntary Leave Transfer Recipients


DATE/TIME: Immediate


AUDIENCE:  Civilian Employees


DETAILS: The following individuals have been approved to be VLTP recipients, and are in need of donations:


  • Kenneth Parker (MDMC) through 4 November 2023
  • John M. Easterling (MDMC) through 4 November 2023
  • Rosalyn A. Mew (LOGCOM) through 18 November 2023
  • Frederick Jones (MDMC) through 2 December 2023
  • George M. Wright (MDMC) through 2 December 2023


If you would like to make a donation, please complete form OPM 630A and send to the VLTP box at


If you would like to make a donation to an approved recipient outside this agency, please complete form OPM630B and send to the VLTP box at


For your convenience, both OPM forms are attached:

  • Fillable Form OPM 630A Request to Donate Annual Leave to Leave Recipient under the Voluntary Leave Transfer Program (Within Agency)
  • Fillable Form OPM 630B Request to Donate Annual Leave to Leave Recipient under the Voluntary Leave Transfer Program (Outside Agency)


POC: Erica Edwards (x6788)



TOPIC/EVENT:  LER 101 For Supervisors


DATE(S)/TIME: Tuesday, October 17 & Wednesday, October 18, 2023 / 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.


LOCATION: CHRO-SE Building 3010, Room 102


AUDIENCE: Supervisors of Civilian Employees Only


DETAILS: Labor/Employee Relations Functional Areas:


  • Labor Relations (Union engagement, employee and management rights, changes of working conditions, requirements to notify the Union, HRO's role as management representatives...)
  • Employee Relations (awards/recognition, formal and informal disciplinary processes, employee appeal rights, performance management, leave administration...)
  • Workforce Relations (Civilian Employee Assistance Program, Drug-Free Workplace Program, Work/Life Balance, Telework...)
  • Workers' Compensation (how to deal with injuries in the workplace, processing claims & case management, Federal Employees' Compensation Action, return to work...)


CAPCITY: Seats are LIMITED. Submit CWDD Registration Form to register. Supervisor’s approval is required.


To enroll, complete the attached CWDD registration form and forward to: CHROSEALBANYCWDD@USMC.MIL.


POC:  Amanda Cruz, LER Supervisor, 229-639-7347





DATE/TIME: Tuesday – Thursday, October 24-26, 2023 / 8 am – 4 pm


LOCATION: Albany Technical College (Manufacturing Innovation Center) 1705 S. Slappey Blvd


AUDIENCE:  GS/WG/WD/NAF Managers, Supervisors, Directors. Active Duty on a space-available basis.    


DETAILS:  Seminar sessions are instructor lead facilitation with student interaction and group work to reinforce session learning objectives. The end-state for this seminar is an individual presentation addressing key learning experiences and a plan of using the learning outcomes in your future leadership opportunities.




POC:  For any questions please contact Johnnie Johnson, HR Specialist (HRD) via email: or office: 639-5256.






DATE/TIME:  Tuesday – Thursday, October 17-19, 2023 / 8 am – 4 pm


LOCATION: Albany Technical College (Manufacturing Innovation Center)1705 S. Slappey Blvd


AUDIENCE:  GS/WG/WD/NAF Employees. Active Duty on a space-available basis.    


DETAILS: Engage in a learning seminar using critical and creative thinking to examine and appreciate Team Leader strengths of character and competence to lead others to achieve organizational goals and create a working environment of trust and purpose. Explore various applications of leadership concepts through discussions; reflections, introspection of self, critical thinking, problem solving, and analytical skills needed for and by leaders.




POC:  For any questions please contact Johnnie Johnson, HR Specialist (HRD) via email: or office: 639-5256.





TOPIC/EVENT: Resume Writing Techniques & Job Interview Skills

DATE/TIME: Oct. 19 / 1:30-3:30PM (Interviewing Skills)

LOCATION: Lifelong Learning Center, Bldg 7122

AUDIENCE: All authorized patrons.


DETAILS: Job seekers should make plans to attend these workshops. Learn how to get noticed with resume writing basics, to include which style resume works best, what to put on, and not put on a resume. Later sharpen your job interview skills by learning about different types of interviews and what questions should be asked during an interview. We’ll even share tips on how to dress and how your posture impacts employer perceptions of you during an interview. Please register 2 business days prior to scheduled workshop.


FMI: 229-639-9122




TOPIC/EVENT: 5th Annual Magic for Muggles

DATE/TIME: Oct. 26 | 3-6PM

LOCATION: Base Library, Bldg. 7122

AUDIENCE: All patrons


DETAILS: Immerse yourself in the interactive experiences of potion and wand making, mandrake planting, snitch catching, spell casting, and so much more! Costumes encouraged but not required. Please call to register. Sponsored by GEICO Military. MCCS Sponsor. No Federal or DoD endorsement implied.

FMI: 229-639-5242




TOPIC/EVENT: 5th Annual Magic for Muggles

DATE/TIME: Oct. 26 | 3-6PM

LOCATION: Base Library, Bldg. 7122

AUDIENCE: All patrons


DETAILS: Immerse yourself in the interactive experiences of potion and wand making, mandrake planting, snitch catching, spell casting, and so much more! Costumes encouraged but not required. Please call to register. Sponsored by GEICO Military. MCCS Sponsor. No Federal or DoD endorsement implied.


FMI: 229-639-5242




TOPIC/EVENT: Military & Family Life Counselor ready to help!

DATE/TIME: M-F 0800-1700 Hours

AUDIENCE: Service Members, Families and Retirees 6 Months or Less


DETAILS: Military & Family Life Counselors (MFLCs) are licensed professional

mental health counselors who provide non-medical solution-focused counseling

to military personnel and their families. MFLCs assist people to explore

alternate solutions to current daily life stressors. MFLCs do not keep

records. Free services offered for individuals, family, and group

counseling. Visit


FMI: 229-778-1538.



TOPIC/EVENT: Nurturing Dads

DATE/TIME: Every Tuesday (through Oct. 31) / 9-10AM

LOCATION: Building 7260 (next to the Chapel Annex)

AUDIENCE: All patrons who are fathers or soon-to-be fathers


DETAILS: Are you tough enough to be gentle? This class provides men with the opportunity to learn how to be a nurturing parent and have a strong relationship with their child. Fathers will learn how to discipline without resorting to violence, how to manage anger, and tips to balance work and family life. Other topics include: the roots of fathering; communication; problem solving; the importance of play; cultural influences; and becoming the father I choose to be.

FMI: 229-639-7553



TOPIC/EVENT: Warrior Maintenance: Stress Management for Service Members and Their Families

DATE/TIME: Every Monday, 11AM-Noon

LOCATION: Family Advocacy Program, Bldg. 7260

AUDIENCE: Authorized patrons


DETAILS: Learn to deal with stress before it deals with you! If you don't address stressful situations, it can contribute to depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and physical health issues. Join us for a short class to learn more about mindset, coping strategies, and healthy habits.


FMI: 229-639-5276



TOPIC/EVENT: Are you Ready for Some Football???? ITT has Falcon Football Tickets Available now. Limited number of tickets available.

DATE/TIME: Until tickets are sold out.

LOCATION: ITT Office located Inside the Marine Corps Exchange

AUDIENCE: All Eligible Patrons


DETAILS: The Information, Tickets and Tours Office has Discount Falcon Football Tickets on sale now. Tickets are in the 100-level sideline. First Come First Served. If you have any questions, please stop by our office, or give us a call. 

Individual gameday parking will be available closer to the start of the season, and can be purchased at


FMI: 229-639-8177/8178





TOPIC/EVENT: Domestic Violence 5K Run/Walk (FREE)

DATE/TIME: Oct. 20 | 8AM

LOCATION: Covella Pond



DETAILS: Break the silence, your voice has power! October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and we need your help to raise awareness about domestic violence! Units, groups of co-workers, and individuals are invited to come together as a community to support those whose lives have been affected by domestic violence. Don't forget to wear purple clothes and accessories to promote awareness.


FMI: 229-639-5276




TOPIC/EVENT: Finance Friday: Basics for Saving & Investing

DATE/TIME: Oct. 20 / 9-11:30AM

LOCATION: Marine & Family Programs, Bldg. 7122, McCawley Ave.

AUDIENCE: Marines, Sailors attached to Marine Corps Units, and their eligible family members


DETAILS: Gain essential knowledge about saving and investing that can transform your financial life. You’ll learn the importance of paying yourself first, how to choose the right savings vehicles for your short, medium, and long-term financial goals, the pros and cons of saving versus investing, and more!


FMI: 229-639-6440




TOPIC/EVENT: Base Pool Weekend Hours / Pool Closed for the Season

DATE/TIME: October

LOCATION: Base Pool, Building 7382

AUDIENCE: All Authorized Patrons


DETAILS: The Base Pool’s weekend hours are as follows

Oct. 21: 1-5PM, Oct. 28: 1-5PM



FMI: Hayden Burch 229-639-6234




Marine Corps Logistics Base Albany