Pet Care Center Groundbreaking TODAY

MWR is breaking ground for a new Pet Care Center to offer our furry family members a fun and safe place to stay for boarding or doggy day care. The facility will feature dog and cat boarding rooms, full service grooming, and it will be located on the corner of 21st Street and Warren Road. Join us for the groundbreaking ceremony, TODAY, 9:45 a.m., at the site.

ID Card Appointments

The ID Card Office accepts appointments Mon.-Fri. for ID card renewals. Appointments can be made 90 days in advance through the RAPIDS Appointment System. Visit

Exchange Patch Give Away

The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is celebrating the resilience of military children with a collectible military brat patch in honor of the Month of the Military Child, available for free while supplies last, April 6. For more, go to

RSO Position: Awana Coordinator

The Fort Belvoir Religious Services Office is seeking an Awana Coordinator. The contract period is from: May 12 to Sept. 30.  For more information regarding this opportunity, call 703-806-4318.

Newcomers Orientation

The next Newcomers Orientation will be April 9, 9 a.m.-noon at the Fort Belvoir Community Center, 10200 Taylor Road. Meet Fort Belvoir leaders, learn more about the post and visit community partners’ information tables. For more, call the Relocation Assistance Program at 571-231-7027.

Effective Coping Strategies

ACS offers a free, two-hour workshop, April 11, 1 - 3 p.m., to help participants identify, understand and cope with anger in the home, at work, and in relationships.  To receive a certificate of completion, you must be present for the entire workshop. Registration is required by calling 571-231-7001/7028. Eligible participants include all Active Duty service members, Retirees, their Families, and DoD Civilian Employees.

Play Morning

Play Morning gives youth, toddler to 5 years old, the opportunity to play with others in a fun and structured learning environment. Play Mornings are at Specker Field House, 10 a.m.-noon, Friday, April 12 and 26, May 10 and 24, and June 7. Registration is required by calling 571-231-7028.

Potomac River Watershed Cleanup

Help us clean up our waterways by collecting trash along the shoreline, April 7, 9 a.m. to noon. Trash bags and gloves will be provided to those who register. Volunteers will meet at the Accotink Bay Wildlife Refuge Environmental Education Center and will be assisted by DPW natural resources specialists. To register, contact Monica Mundrick at or 703-806-0048.

If you want to coordinate a cleanup event for your unit, directorate, or community group, contact Dina Huynh at or 703-806-3847.