• Bob Revis, ACC Contracting Operations, returns a shot during the volleyball championship match. Contracting Operations fell to the ACC Office of the Chief Council team, 2-0 in the best-of-three championship round.

    Volleyball

    Bob Revis, ACC Contracting Operations, returns a shot during the volleyball championship match. Contracting Operations fell to the ACC Office of the Chief Council team, 2-0 in the best-of-three championship round.

  • Face painting was one of the more popular children events.

    Face Painting

    Face painting was one of the more popular children events.

  • A volunteer face-painter works on a design for Ronald Tucker, son of Staff Sgt. Bryan Tucker, ACC Command Group

    Hold still

    A volunteer face-painter works on a design for Ronald Tucker, son of Staff Sgt. Bryan Tucker, ACC Command Group

  • Maj. Leon Rogers, ACC Command Group, concentrates as he tosses a bean bag.

    Bean bag toss

    Maj. Leon Rogers, ACC Command Group, concentrates as he tosses a bean bag.

  • Many ACC employees brought their children to ACC's Organization Day. They gathered for various activities including lawn bowling, sack races, face painting, balloon animals and hula hoops.

    Fun in the sun

    Many ACC employees brought their children to ACC's Organization Day. They gathered for various activities including lawn bowling, sack races, face painting, balloon animals and hula hoops.

  • Jamiyah Cummings, daughter of Jamal Cummings, ACC Deputy Chief of Staff Human Capital G-1, plays in the bubble machine during ACC's Organization Day. The children's area featured many activities including balloon animals, face painting, sack races and hula hoops.

    Bubble Princess

    Jamiyah Cummings, daughter of Jamal Cummings, ACC Deputy Chief of Staff Human Capital G-1, plays in the bubble machine during ACC's Organization Day. The children's area featured many activities including balloon animals, face painting, sack races and...

  • (Left) Chuck Pennington and Robert Gardner, Deputy Chief of Staff Chief Information Office G-6, provide a thumbs-up during the two person scramble.

    Thumbs up

    (Left) Chuck Pennington and Robert Gardner, Deputy Chief of Staff Chief Information Office G-6, provide a thumbs-up during the two person scramble.

  • (Left) Mark Smith, ACC Office of the Inspector General, and Belinda Gemme, ACC Deputy Chief of Staff Resource Management G-8, look over the green prior to attempting a putt.

    Lining up the putt

    (Left) Mark Smith, ACC Office of the Inspector General, and Belinda Gemme, ACC Deputy Chief of Staff Resource Management G-8, look over the green prior to attempting a putt.

  • Leslie Baker, ACC Deputy Chief of Staff Chief Information Office G-6, attempts to hit his putt.

    In the hole

    Leslie Baker, ACC Deputy Chief of Staff Chief Information Office G-6, attempts to hit his putt.

  • Employees and family member fill their plates with pulled pork, barbecued chicken and all the fixings at the ACC/ECC Organization Day.

    Food and fun

    Employees and family member fill their plates with pulled pork, barbecued chicken and all the fixings at the ACC/ECC Organization Day.

  • Julie Lloyd completes a back flip during a tumbling run. She is the daughter of Joy Lloyd, ACC Contracting Operations, Policy Division.

    Head Over Heels

    Julie Lloyd completes a back flip during a tumbling run. She is the daughter of Joy Lloyd, ACC Contracting Operations, Policy Division.

  • Maj. David Kelley, ACC Office of the Inspector General, competes in the sack race during Organization Day activities.

    It's in the sack

    Maj. David Kelley, ACC Office of the Inspector General, competes in the sack race during Organization Day activities.

Army Contracting Command and Expeditionary Contracting Command headquarters personnel and their families and friends gathered at Point Mallard Park, Decatur, Alabama for their annual organizational day activities.

More than 200 participants gathered for the festivities. During the day they competed in a variety of events to include a tug-of-war, volleyball, horseshoes, golf and more. At the end of the activities, the ACC Office of Chief Counsel accepted the commander's plaque for victories in volleyball and the water balloon race. The ACC Operations Group G-3 won the Tug-O-War contest, the ACC Command Group won the Beanbag Toss and the ACC Installations and Logistics G-4 - Horseshoes.

Betsy Worley, wife of Ed Worley, ACC Public and Congressional Affairs, won the Best Dessert Contest for her Blonde Brownies.

The team of Mark Smith, ACC Office of the Inspector General, and Belinda Gemme, ACC Resource Management G-8, won the two-person golf scramble with a score of 78.

"Organization Day activities are designed to generate esprit de corps and camaraderie within the workforce," said Lt. Col. William Johnson, ACC Operations G-3/5 and organization day project officer. "It is also a way for the command to show appreciation for the hard work and dedication of the workforce."

The day wasn't just about the workforce. Angela Sims, ACC/ECC Organization Day event coordinator, said there were lots of events for the younger visitors.

"We had a Hula-Hoop contest, sack races and water balloon races," Sims said. "We gave out medals to the children afterwards. I think, all in all, everyone had a really good time."

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