Belvoir’s Eagle’s Nest Dining Facility offers a Thanksgiving Day Meal from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Eagle’s Nest, 6021 Abbot Road, Bldg. 1822. The cost is E-5 and up, spouses and children, $9.05 per person; E-4 and below, spouses, children, $6.80 per person.
The menu includes turkey, pot roast, ham, stuffing potatoes, macaroni and cheese, vegetables, salads, hors d’oeuvres, rolls, and assorted desserts.
The meal is open to everyone.
Recipient applications are available through Monday for Belvoir’s Financial Readiness Program’s annual Operation Sugarplum. With the help of community organizations, local businesses and people, FRP provides families on Belvoir with gift and food cards for the holiday season through Operation Sugarplum. The program is designed to help E-1 to E-5, GS-1 to GS-7 and NAF-1 to 2, with at least one child living in the home.
All recipients have to attend financial counseling with an ACS financial counselor and provide income documentation. Applications must be signed by a unit commander and/or first sergeant, for active duty; or direct supervisor for civilians.
Recipients must register for a financial counseling appointment and the last day for appointments is Monday at ACS from 9 to 10:30 a.m. or 1:30 to 3 p.m.
Appointments are available by calling 703-805-4590 or 703-805-1833. Assistance is not guaranteed.
Army Community Service and the Soldier & Family Assistance Center are closed Thursday and Friday. During open hours, people who need help can contact 703-805-4590 for ACS and 231-571-7000 for the SFAC.
Fort Belvoir Legal Office, SJA, is closed Wednesday through Friday and reopens Monday at 8 a.m.
Combined Federal Campaign
The annual Combined Federal Campaign runs through mid-December. Info on ways to give is available from www. cfcnca.org or from your keyworker. So far, Belvoir garrison employees have collected 87.6 percent of the $21,000 goal