Military child registry

April is Month of the Military Child and people can add their stories about being an Army brat in the Registry of the Army Community, available by searching Registries on armyhistory.org.

In addition to Soldiers, there are many people who have worked for or supported the Army in some way as an Army spouse, civilian or contractors; Red Cross field representatives or USO employees, who can be recognized for their support of the Army and its Soldiers.

Lunchtime learning, financial classes

ACS’s Personal Financial Counselor, Paula Pass, offers financial classes at noon Tuesdays through Thursdays during April. Registration isn’t needed and classes are open to any Servicemember, family member or civilian.

Classes are available via Zoom, meeting 636 278 934, or by calling 646-876-9923.

April’s topic is Saving, Spending and Debt, with info on saving during a pandemic; reassessing budgets; addressing underlying debt; exploring using any stimulus benefits and staying financially ahead during challenging times.

Info is available via e-mail to PFC.Belvoir.USA@zeiders.com, 571-499-3543.

Environmental public notice

As required by Belvoir Garrison’s Municipal Separate Storm Sewer System Permit, Directorate of Public Works, Environmental Division is accepting written comments on the Draft 2020 PCB Total Maximum Daily Load and the Draft 2020 Accotink Creek Bacteria TMDL action plans, until April 15.

The document is located at https://bit.ly/39HqjCY. Submit comments via email to Sybille Vega at sybille.r.vega.civ@mail.mil. For information contact the Stormwater Group, 703-806-0627 or David Greenspan, 703-806-3066.

Army Museum

The Army and the Army Historical Foundation are monitoring developments related to the coronavirus. The public health emergency will likely impact the National Museum of the U.S. Army’s public opening scheduled for June 4.

The Army continues to monitor the situation and the foundation will share updates as they become available. Individuals and groups scheduled for preview tours and events in advance of the opening will be contacted about their events’ status. Info is available from armyhistory.org.