***image1***Registered private organizations now have a place for their meetings that won’t cost them a thing thanks to the Kaiserslautern-Landstuhl Spouses’ Association.
They can check out these new meeting rooms at the association’s ribbon-cutting ceremony 11 a.m. Tuesday at the KLSA Office, Bldg. 2923, Pulaski Barracks.
“We are here to provide a service,” said Beth Anne Hall, KLSA president. “People just need a place to get together and have one another’s support, and this building can provide that.”
Private organizations that are registered with the 415th Base Support Battalion or the 435th Air Base Wing can rent free of charge these meeting rooms for their functions said Mrs. Hall.
“More people can take advantage of our classes because these rooms are huge,” said Kimberly J. Eng, Army Family Team Building program coordinator. “They are classroom size and seat 25 people very comfortably.”
For more than a year, KLSA members have cleaned, renovated, painted and decorated the entire building.
The building houses two large meeting rooms, accompanied by two smaller rooms. This layout makes it perfect for those organizations, such as the Family Readiness Groups, where children may attend with their parents.
“This way, adults can meet in one room, and the children can have an activity in the adjoining smaller room,” said Mrs. Hall.
Rooms are equipped with new chairs and one room has board tables to accommodate organizations’ needs.
Rooms are available by contacting Robin Arnold at the KLSA Office 8 a.m. to noon, Mondays and 1 to 5 p.m., Thursdays. The KLSA Office phone number is 0631-350-7622.