Fort Bliss CYS Army 233rd Birthday

By Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)June 16, 2008

Children in the Fort Bliss Main Child Development Center parade down Haan Road displaying their red, white and blue creations in honor of the Army's 233rd Birthday.
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Fort Bliss children in the all the Child Development Centers, School Age Services and the Middle School and Teen Programs celebrated the Army's 233rd Birthday with cakes decorated as American flags, which were provided by Child and Youth Services.
2 / 14 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort Bliss children in the all the Child Development Centers, School Age Services and the Middle School and Teen Programs celebrated the Army's 233rd Birthday with cakes decorated as American flags, which were provided by Child and Youth Services. (Photo Credit: Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Fort Bliss children in the all the Child Development Centers, School Age Services and the Middle School and Teen Programs celebrated the Army's 233rd Birthday with cakes decorated as American flags, which were provided by Child and Youth Services.
3 / 14 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort Bliss children in the all the Child Development Centers, School Age Services and the Middle School and Teen Programs celebrated the Army's 233rd Birthday with cakes decorated as American flags, which were provided by Child and Youth Services. (Photo Credit: Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Fort Bliss children in the Main Child Development Center blow out the candles on the Army birthday cake, while Garrison Commander Col. Edward Manning and Shoshana Johnson, the first American black female prisoner of war, cheer them on.
4 / 14 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort Bliss children in the Main Child Development Center blow out the candles on the Army birthday cake, while Garrison Commander Col. Edward Manning and Shoshana Johnson, the first American black female prisoner of war, cheer them on. (Photo Credit: Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Fort Bliss Garrison Commander Col. Edward Manning reads the Army Birthday Storybook to 1st Graders in the Main Child Development Center.
5 / 14 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort Bliss Garrison Commander Col. Edward Manning reads the Army Birthday Storybook to 1st Graders in the Main Child Development Center. (Photo Credit: Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Shoshana Johnson, the first American black female prisoner of war from the Fort Bliss 507th Maintenance Company, reads the Army Birthday Storybook to kindergarteners in the Main Child Development Center.
6 / 14 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Shoshana Johnson, the first American black female prisoner of war from the Fort Bliss 507th Maintenance Company, reads the Army Birthday Storybook to kindergarteners in the Main Child Development Center. (Photo Credit: Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Teen Cuisine members Ariella Persaud, Courtney McCarthy and Rachelle Flemings frost cupcakes while Keith Costick mixes up another batch to serve to their fellow teenagers at the Fort Bliss YouthPlex in celebration of the Army's 233rd Birthday.
7 / 14 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Teen Cuisine members Ariella Persaud, Courtney McCarthy and Rachelle Flemings frost cupcakes while Keith Costick mixes up another batch to serve to their fellow teenagers at the Fort Bliss YouthPlex in celebration of the Army's 233rd Birthday. (Photo Credit: Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Children take turns trying to break the piAfA+-ata during Army's 233rd Birthday Fiesta sponsored by the Fort Bliss Child and Youth Services.
8 / 14 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Children take turns trying to break the piAfA+-ata during Army's 233rd Birthday Fiesta sponsored by the Fort Bliss Child and Youth Services. (Photo Credit: Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Toddlers ride in a decorated wagon during the Main Child Development Center's Red, White and Blue parade down Haan Road, Fort Bliss, in honor of the Army's 233rd Birthday.
9 / 14 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Toddlers ride in a decorated wagon during the Main Child Development Center's Red, White and Blue parade down Haan Road, Fort Bliss, in honor of the Army's 233rd Birthday. (Photo Credit: Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Fort Bliss children decorated bikes and created costumes to wear in honor of the Army's 233rd Birthday during their Red, White and Blue parade on Haan Road in front of the Main Child Development Center.
10 / 14 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort Bliss children decorated bikes and created costumes to wear in honor of the Army's 233rd Birthday during their Red, White and Blue parade on Haan Road in front of the Main Child Development Center. (Photo Credit: Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Toddlers cheer on the other children who are dancing, singing and breaking the piAfA+-ata during the Army's 233rd Birthday Fiesta at the Fort Bliss Main Child Development Center.
11 / 14 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Toddlers cheer on the other children who are dancing, singing and breaking the piAfA+-ata during the Army's 233rd Birthday Fiesta at the Fort Bliss Main Child Development Center. (Photo Credit: Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)) VIEW ORIGINAL
A child swings at the piAfA+-ata during the Army's 233rd Birthday Fiesta sponsored by the Fort Bliss Child and Youth Services.
12 / 14 Show Caption + Hide Caption – A child swings at the piAfA+-ata during the Army's 233rd Birthday Fiesta sponsored by the Fort Bliss Child and Youth Services. (Photo Credit: Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Fort Bliss Garrison Commander Col. Edward Manning reads the Army's 233rd Birthday Storybook to 1st Graders in the Main Child Development Center.
13 / 14 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort Bliss Garrison Commander Col. Edward Manning reads the Army's 233rd Birthday Storybook to 1st Graders in the Main Child Development Center. (Photo Credit: Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)) VIEW ORIGINAL
Fort Bliss children in the all the Child Development Centers, School Age Services and the Middle School and Teen Programs celebrated the Army’s 233rd Birthday with cakes decorated as American flags, which were provided by Child and Youth Services.
14 / 14 Show Caption + Hide Caption – Fort Bliss children in the all the Child Development Centers, School Age Services and the Middle School and Teen Programs celebrated the Army’s 233rd Birthday with cakes decorated as American flags, which were provided by Child and Youth Services. (Photo Credit: Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)) VIEW ORIGINAL