MWR Star – Haider Aljubouri

MWR Star is an initiative to recognize exemplary employees in MWR. People who go above and beyond to assist MWR customers and their co-workers. One individual is chosen monthly to be featured as our star, spotlighting details about themselves and their position within MWR. 1. How long have you worked for MWR? I started working […]

“Chesty” Puller

“All right, they’re on our left, they’re on our right, they’re in front of us, they’re behind us…they can’t get away this time.” Born on June 26, 1898, in West Point, Virginia, Lewis Burwell “Chesty” Puller was inspired to join the service after listening to many tales of the military while growing up. Graduating high […]

Gardening – cheaper than therapy. AND you get a bouquet!

By Kathleen Duncan, Fort Gordon Community Garden Coordinator A plaque on my wall says, “Gardening – cheaper than therapy. AND you get a bouquet!” A garden can save you all kinds of money while helping you get outdoors for some rewarding exercise and therapy. The rewards of watching things grow from seed is wondrous and […]

FYI Magazine – Spring 2020

Having trouble viewing the magazine? Click Here to read it on Issuu.com COVID-19 has interrupted the economy significantly. The cover represents the care we should always put towards our finances. Throughout this issue find ways to become financially sound, save on summer camps for the kids, as well as additional ways to make extra income. […]

Operating a Home-Based Business

By Arica Ureña, Contributing Author Operating a home-based business comes with perks. When you think of operating a home-based business, what is the first perk that immediately comes to mind? Did having the ability to create a work schedule convenient to your individual needs come to mind? If so, you wouldn’t be alone. Having the […]

Saving Money On Career-Focused Summer Camps

By: La Verne Proctor-Streeter, Contributing Author Looking for a summer camp or program for future veterinarians, medical doctors or lawyers?  Think it’s too expensive?  Perhaps not. Check out camps on college and university campuses for middle and high school students that give them the exciting experience of being on a college campus, meeting others with […]

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