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Thursday, 12 January 2017
Sturgis Heights demolition
The demolition of the buildings located on Piney Hills Drive and Sturgis Drive, is underway and should take approximately 120 days depending on weather and other unforeseen circumstances.

Contractors are expected to be on site from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays through Fridays after demolition  begins. Residents can expect various noise levels from machinery during the process.

For more information, contact Garrison command at 573.563.4004.
 
Army wellness center
Want to learn ways to improve body composition, metabolism, fitness and learn techniques to improve resiliency?

If you have a government ID and are in the DEERS system, you are eligible.

For more information, call the FLW Army Wellness Center at 573.329.1900.
The center is located in the tech park off Replacement Avenue in Building 2081.
 
Tech Talk
A Tech Talk is scheduled from 1  to 2 p.m. July 26 at Lincoln Hall  Auditorium.

Soldiers, civilians and the public are welcome to learn about battlefield and other technologies during this event, held in conjunction with the quarterly Installation Strategic Sustainability Plan meeting.

Attendees will learn about unmanned aircraft system technologies and applications, water risk and security and applied robotics.
Sam Vance, a research civil engineer at the US Army Construction Research Laboratory, will bring a high-end drone and discuss its use in applications for installations. 

Dr. Marc Kodack of the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army Energy and Sustainability, will speak about water and energy-related issues the Army and Department of Defense face today.

Edward Mottern, director of Programs, Robotic Research, LLC, will discuss the autonomous vehicle program. Plans are in place for a pilot program of these vehicles to support Fort Leonard Wood in the coming years.
 
For more information, contact Brock Lercher at 573.563.5138.
 
Free sports physicals
Students participating in sports at Waynesville High School or Waynesville Middle School for the 2017-18 seasons will use the Missouri State High School Activities Association physical form.

Athletes must have a physical  dated after Feb. 1, 2017, on file at the athletic office before the first day of practice.

Middle school athletes should turn their physical forms into the nurse at the middle school. WHS athletes should turn in their forms directly to the WHS Athletic Office. A parent signature will be needed on the physical form or a parent must be present for the exam.

Free physicals are donated by Mercy Clinic in St. Robert and will be performed from 5 to 6:30 p.m. July 25 for last names beginning with A to H; July 26, for last names beginning with I to P and July 27 for last names beginning with Q to Z.

Waynesville Medical Center (PCRMC) will be offering free physicals from 5 to 7:30 p.m. July 24 and July 28.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 20 July 2017 )