• Toni the Clown paints the arm of a little girl during Organization Day activities with the Army Contracting Command – Aberdeen Proving Ground.  Toni the Clown is employee Antoinette Aquiningoc, Contract Resource Administrator with the Edgewood Division.

    ARM PAINTING

    Toni the Clown paints the arm of a little girl during Organization Day activities with the Army Contracting Command – Aberdeen Proving Ground. Toni the Clown is employee Antoinette Aquiningoc, Contract Resource Administrator with the Edgewood...

  • (left to right) Karen Epps, contract specialist with Aberdeen Division B, Teesa Roberts, contract specialist Aberdeen Division B, and Sydney Haye, daughter of Kellee Haye, contract specialist with Aberdeen Division A, jump rope during the ACC-APG organizational day.

    IN THE AIR

    (left to right) Karen Epps, contract specialist with Aberdeen Division B, Teesa Roberts, contract specialist Aberdeen Division B, and Sydney Haye, daughter of Kellee Haye, contract specialist with Aberdeen Division A, jump rope during the ACC-APG...

  • (Left to right) Labinot Shabani moves to block the basket attempt by Zachary Noyes during Organization Day.  Both are contract specialists with Aberdeen Division D.

    B-Ball Moves

    (Left to right) Labinot Shabani moves to block the basket attempt by Zachary Noyes during Organization Day. Both are contract specialists with Aberdeen Division D.

  • A young girl shows off her ball playing skills at the ACC-APG Organization Day.  She is the daughter of Je’Neane Solomon, contract specialist with the Edgewood Division.

    PLAYING BALL

    A young girl shows off her ball playing skills at the ACC-APG Organization Day. She is the daughter of Je’Neane Solomon, contract specialist with the Edgewood Division.

The U.S. Army Contracting Command-Aberdeen Proving Ground celebrated its first organization day June 30.

ACC-APG is a consolidation of the former U.S. Army Communications-Electronics Command and U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command Contracting Centers. Almost 300 employees and family members gathered on the Civilian Activity Picnic Area Field on Aberdeen Proving Ground-South, (Edgewood Area) for a day of camaraderie, sports, eating and fun.

The event kicked off at 11:30 a.m. with a picnic lunch consisting of burgers, beef brisket, barbecued ribs and grilled chicken with an assortment of vegetables, drinks and desserts.

Participants were able to enjoy the scenic backdrop of the Chesapeake Bay while listening to the tunes of a disc jockey and activities including basketball, frisbee toss, horseshoes, jump rope, card game.

There were also events for the children to include a playground and face painting by "Toni The Clown." Underneath Toni’s clown make-up and costume was Antoinette Aquiningoc, contract resource.

"We had a lot of fun and the kids seem to really enjoy the face painting," Aquiningoc said.

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