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  • Celebrating women’s health, wellness

    Capt. Huyen Hardy, 96th Medical Group women’s health center, gives advice to Senior Airman Mikayla Knowles, 96th Logistics Readiness Squadron, at the Women’s Wellness Expo.
  • Help available for life issues

    Military and family life counselors offer short-term, non-medical counseling for life issues.
  • Bilingual reading time

    Airmen and civilian volunteers read stories in English and Spanish to children at base Child Development Centers here Sept. 24.
  • Reading unites families

    The United Through Reading program bonds military families separated by deployment through reading children’s books on video.
  • Hispanic-American service celebrated

    A Hispanic Heritage Month luncheon was held here Sept. 19.
  • Career planning after military service

    A Career Exploration and Planning Track workshop was held at the Airman and Family Readiness Center here Sept. 16 -17.
  • Volunteering benefits everyone

    Eglin’s Volunteer Program, operated at the Airman and Family Readiness Center, is a central resource for volunteers and on and off-base agencies needing volunteer services.
  • CATCH program targets sexual offenders

    The Catch a Serial Offender program is designed to identify serial sexual assault perpetrators with the help of victims.
  • Voting a major topic at luncheon

    The guest speaker for this year’s Women’s Equality Day luncheon was Wanjiku Jackson, a League of Women’s Voters for Okaloosa and Walton Counties member.
  • Hiring event expedites employment

    More than 200 job seekers attended a research, development, test and engineering field hiring event at the University of Florida Research Engineering and Education Facility Aug. 27-28.
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