- Story Hour March 23
- EDIS nurtures child development
- Community Yard Sale March 4
- Thank you Thursdays
- Complete Your College Degree
- Tips for a Smooth Move Out
- Spring Forward: Daylight saving time to begin
- Spring Cleaning
- Green Corner
- Want to know what is happening in your community
- Upcoming Events
Join us for Story Hour at the Munson Heights Community Center from 9 to 10 am. Dr. Seuss characters Cat in the Hat and friends will be reading a story. Also, enjoy a take home craft and giveaways.
Educational and Developmental Intervention Services is a program designed to serve military Families living on Fort Rucker that have children with medical, biological or educational risks, or special needs.
Who is eligible?
Any child, birth to three years old, who would be eligible for a tuition-free education in a Department of Defense school if they were school age and:
-Has a confirmed or suspected developmental delay and/or
-Has a medical condition that places the child at risk for developmental delay.
EDIS Services Offered:
- Multidisciplinary Assessment
- Special Instruction
- Service Coordination
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Speech and Language Therapy
- Referral and Consultative Services
- Child Find
- Home Visits
- Transition Services.
For more information visit the EDIS office located in the Lyster Army Clinic or call 255-7237.
Community Yard Sale is March 4. If you are interested in participating, please contact your Community office for instructions.
We appreciate our military children so much that we have created a special day for them. Starting March 2, every Thursday, our younger residents are invited to come by the Community office for a treat and prize from the treasure chest.
Are you a military spouse with dreams of completing your college degree? Visit corviasfoundation.org for more information and to apply for a $5,000 Scholarship.
Getting ready to PCS? Deploy? Retire? Make sure to stop by the Community Office to provide a 30-day notice, along with a copy of your orders.
Ensure you have a smooth transition by following these steps once you are ready to move:
- Complete a Notice to Vacate Form at least 30 days prior to move out and submit to the Community Office.
- Utilize the move-out guide and checklist to make your move stress free.
- All personal items should be removed from the home and the home should be left in surface clean condition.
- Ensure your home is prepared for transportation pick-up to prevent delays in your PCS move.
If you have any questions about the move-out process, please stop by or call the Community Office and we’ll walk you through it.
Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. on March 12. Set all clocks forward one hour. It is also a good time to test smoke detectors. Here is a how to video.
Spring is right around the corner which brings nice temperatures and spending more time outdoors. Please read through the below friendly reminders. If you are not currently following these policies, thank you for making the necessary adjustments as soon as possible. Maintaining the community is something in which we can all contribute. Your community will be an even better place to live, and your neighbors will appreciate your help!
- Porches and patios: We kindly ask that you do not place couches or other interior furniture on your porch or patio. Please only place grills in the rear of your home.
- Trampolines: Written permission from your Community office is required prior to installing trampolines. All appropriate trampoline netting must be installed, and your home’s backyard must be fenced.
- Parking: Please only park your car(s) in your driveway or in designated parking areas.
- Carports: Please do not use your carport as a storage area. A home free of clutter is a beautiful one!
- Recreational vehicles: The following types of vehicles may not be stored or parked outside a garage or carport: travel trailers, motor coaches, cargo trailers, camper bodies or trailers, commercial vehicles, tractor trailers, boats, boat trailers and horse trailers.
- Dogs: Please use a leash when walking your dog. Don’t forget to poop and scoop! Also remember that pets are not permitted in recreational areas, including but not limited to playgrounds.
- Keeping your property clean: As a reminder, you are responsible for keeping your yard and the surrounding areas (beside, behind and in front of) clean and free of debris and trash.
- Storage areas: A storage shed request must be submitted to your Community office prior to installation. If approved, a home may have no more than one shed. Please do not use tents as storage sheds.
Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. If you have any concerns or questions please stop by or call your Community office.
Open draperies and blinds to allow warm sunlight to enter in daylight hours. Close draperies and blinds at night to maintain heat.
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Mar 3-Offices Close at 1 pm.