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Deadline adjusted for Gold Standard
Knox Public Affairs
Due to the Monday holiday, submissions to the Gold Standard for the May 29 edition will be due tomorrow (May 23) by close of business.
Submissions should be forward-ed in digital format, double spaced to the acting editor, Maureen Rose.
Shoppette hours reducing; gas still available
The Wilson Express will no longer be 24 hours; the new hours are Monday-Sunday 5 a.m. to 1 a.m., starting Sunday. Unattended fueling will be available during the hours the shoppette are closed on pumps 21-24 and limited to 25 gallons per transaction.
Graduation ceremony at 6 p.m. tomorrow
Fort Knox High School
Fort Knox High School will hold a graduation ceremony for the class of 2014 at 6 p.m. tomorrow at Brooks Field. Seating begins at 5 p.m. Alternate inclement weather site is Fort Knox High School.
Logo, slogan contest ends June 30
Fort Knox Safety Office
The Fort Knox Safety Office needs a logo and slogan. The winning logo and slogan will be used on safety publications, emails, incentive items to name a few. Readers are invited to create something that communicates professionalism, duty and commitment. The logo should indicate that it represents safety, it must clearly identify Fort Knox, and it should be respectful.
The slogan should be catchy, easy to remember, reflect professionalism and convey the importance of safety.
Submit your entries to Christopher.s.rainwater.civ@mail.mil by June 30.
Logos can be drawings, computer-generated, etc. Multiple entries accepted.
The winning entries will re-ceive a $50 VISA gift card, a safety prize and be featured in a story on the logo/slogan development. Contest is open to all Soldiers and civilians on Fort Knox. Call (502) 624-3381 with any questions.