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Operation Celebration

Posted on: Dec 09.2014

Every year the Fort Rucker Primary School hosts Operation Celebration, which kicks off with a reading of the book "Operation Celebration," where the children in the book send Christmas favors, cards and gifts to deployed service members. The Corvias team volunteered their time to help the more than 100 families who attended make crafts. These handmade crafts were then sent to deployed service members across the globe in Korea, Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Kuwait and Iraq.

Fort Rucker Recycling

Posted on: Sep 25.2014

FORT RUCKER, Ala. (September 25, 2014) -- Fort Rucker’s Recycling Center processes a wide range of materials to help reduce waste and maximize the community’s efforts to “think green.”

According to Melissa Lowlavar, Fort Rucker environmental management branch chief, recycling is an investment in the future.

“Recycling as much as possible will ensure that our children’s children have all the resources they need to live on this planet,” she said.

Open House

Posted on: Aug 14.2014

FORT RUCKER, Ala. (August 14, 2014) -- Corvias Military Living offers many amenities for Soldiers who choose to live on post, from quality housing to community pools to lawn care to a recycling program, just to name a few.

And Aug. 21 from 4-6 p.m. at the Allen Heights Neighborhood Center (22470 Christian Road), CML will host an open house for those new to the community, as well as those who have never lived on base before, to showcase all it has to offer.

Heart your new Home: Ways to explore your new community

Posted on: Apr 14.2014

By Matthew Roe
Corvias Military Living

Having grown up in a moving family, and having recently moved myself, I know the anxiety and excitement that comes from a truck full of boxes. While moving offers a fresh start and a great excuse to clean out some of the clutter, it can also be extremely stressful.

Transplanting the family to a new community is hard on everyone. Soldiers are assigned to their units and meet other soldiers right away. But, it may take time for the rest of the family to become adjusted to their new home.

Corvias, Red Cross partner to improve preparedness

Posted on: May 08.2014

By Nancy Rasmussen
Fort Rucker Public Affairs

Corvias Military Living, Fort Rucker Emergency Management and the Wiregrass Chapter of the American Red Cross are partnering to bring Fort Rucker residents and community members a Family emergency preparedness workshop at the Munson Heights Community Center on Fort Rucker May 15.

Fort Rucker’s recycling plan pulls its weight

Posted on: Jan 16.2014

By Sara E. Martin
Army Flier Staff Writer

With the arrival of the new year, some people think about making new, healthy habits, and Fort Rucker is helping people go green by continuing to make on-post recycling accessible and easy.

Fort Rucker offers many ways to recycle, including the Corvias Military Living program, the environmental center, and according to Melissa Lowlavar, environmental management branch chief, the post is pulling its weight when it comes to helping with the growing epidemic of overflowing landfills.

Corvias Foundation Awards $100,000 in Educational Grants to Military Spouses

Posted on: Sep 11.2014

Fort Rucker spouse receives $5,000 grant

Fort Rucker, Ala. (September 11, 2014) – Corvias Foundation, a private, charitable foundation and the charitable arm of Corvias Group, has been committed to supporting military families in the pursuit of higher education since 2006. This year alone, Corvias Foundation has awarded 20 grants totaling $100,000 to the spouses of active-duty service members.

Heart Your Outdoor Space

Posted on: Apr 21.2014

By Matthew Roe
Corvias Military Living

It is easy to tell when spring has arrived in the South. Everything outside is covered with a fine yellow dust. All that pollen means it is warming up and it is time to get outside, if you don’t have allergies. I associated this time of year with three activities around the house: lounging on the patio, working in the yard and firing up the grill. Grilling is my favorite. Fire plus food equals fun. (Insert manly grunt here.)


Dog park offers 4-legged Family fun

Posted on: Jul 31.2014

By Sara E. Martin

Army Flier Staff Writer

Military Families come in all shapes and sizes, and some members even have fur.

There are around 700 dogs living in the three Corvias Military Living neighborhoods on post, and the Bark Park that was set up for them six years ago is still one of the best places parents and their four-legged children can go to stretch their legs, said Brandon Masters, CML communications manager.

Alabama Bound – My Fort Rucker journey

Posted on: Mar 24.2014

By Matthew Roe
Corvias Military Living

A drill sergeant handed me a card with the name and number of my sponsor at my gaining unit. Looking at the card, I told the drill sergeant there was some mistake. I had orders to Germany. I had already gotten shots. The drill sergeant looked at the card and politely informed me that I was now going to Alabama.