Army Birthday Week at Fort Bliss

By Ms. Lacey Justinger (USAG Hawaii)June 12, 2008

Fort Bliss children keep cool during the hot afternoon at Kelly Park during a Child Development Center picnic.
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A School Age Services child enjoys the afternoon spent in the park flying kites in honor of the Army's 233rd Birthday.
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Children in the Fort Bliss School Age Services program celebrate the Army's 233rd Birthday with an afternoon of kite flying."
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Children in the Fort Bliss School Age Services program celebrate the Army's 233rd Birthday with an afternoon of kite flying."
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Fort Bliss School Age Services children fly kites in celebration of the Army's 233rd Birthday."
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Fort Bliss Child and Youth Services hosts a picnic with waterslides during Army Birthday Week."
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A child laughs his way down a waterslide at a picnic sponsored by Fort Bliss Child and Youth Services. "
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A child screams as she slips down the waterslide at Kelly Park in Fort Bliss."
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A child looks to her teacher for encouragement before going down the waterslide during a child and Youth Services picnic on Fort Bliss."
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A child in the School Age Services program takes advantage of strong Fort Bliss winds while flying his kite during an Army Birthday celebration."
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A Fort Bliss child enjoys a morning of water games at Kelly Park. The event was sponsored by Child and Youth Services."
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Fort Bliss School Age Services children, Tiashueba Maen (left) and Becky Cottingham, write personal stories about being a military child as part of the weeklong Army birthday celebration."
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Children with Main School Age Services discover the tombstones at the end of the trail at Old Fort Bliss are for Army horses and dogs, while participating in a scavenger hunt around Fort Bliss during the week-long celebration of the Army's 233rd Birthday. "
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Children laugh as they soak their friends coming down the water slide during a Child and Youth Services picnic."
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Sarah Lund (right), Marissa Gillette, Brittany Copeland and Amanda Ragsdale write stories about thier lives as a military child in the Fort Bliss School Age Services facility.
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