Post flocks to first Jackson Jubilee
By Susanne Kappler
August 10, 2011 1 / 3 More than 50 on- and off-post organizations and vendors put their services on display during the inaugural Fort Jackson Jubilee community information
fair Tuesday at the Solomon Center. More than 750 Soldier, family members, retirees and civilian employees attended the event. VIEW ORIGINAL 2 / 3 Alexandra Sheffield, a representative of the Company A, 3rd Battalion, 60th Infantry Regiment Family Readiness Group, reviews a brochure at the 193rd Infantry Brigade FRG table. FRG representatives were available at the Jackson Jubilee to welcome newcomers to their respective units. VIEW ORIGINAL 3 / 3 First Sgt. Erika Dacus, Company D, 187th Ordnance Battalion, receives information about financial services. Service providers ranging from beauty
salons to grocery stores and car dealerships were represented at the event. VIEW ORIGINAL
FORT JACKSON, S.C. -- More than 50 on- and off-post organizations and vendors put their services on display during the inaugural Fort Jackson Jubilee community information fair Tuesday at the Solomon Center.
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