The minute the weather starts getting nice, this massive project presents itself. But spring cleaning doesn’t have to be such a chore. So, grab your cleaning products and join me!
Archive for March, 2013
Children collect eggs during last year’s Easter egg hunt at Baumholder’s Iron Soldier Park. This year’s Easter celebration will be on the field next to Wetzel Elementary School (west side) and is combined with a “kinderfest,” or children’s festival, that will offer numerous activities for the children.
It’s just one of those days. The snow has gone, but the sun is not out yet. Muddy streets, drizzling rain, cold wind blowing. The kids desperately want to romp and release their energy, but where to go?
Like many other European countries, many towns in Germany honor a 2,000-year-old tradition on this day — the raising of a community maypole.
Since September, the Kaiserslautern High School Robotics Club was busy designing, building and testing robots they created. Recently, the club entered these robots in the first Technology Challenge, a competition held in Vilsek, Germany.
The forum is designed as an opportunity for KMC members to ask questions or voice local concerns.
April is a very important month to many agencies here at Ramstein.
I always joke that April is the month of everything. It is known as Month of the Military Child, Alcohol Awareness Month, Sexual Assault Awareness Month and Autism Awareness Month, to name a few.
Have you ever shoveled snow at work and noticed you had no salt for the sidewalk? Well, the civil engineer self-help store is here to assist you with your work center needs.
by 2nd Lt. Kay M. Nissen 86th Airlift Wing Public Affairs Author’s note: This article was originally published Nov. 28. Due to significant interest in the outcome of the story, updates have been added for its completion. The day he found out about his sister’s condition, he knew he would […]