MWR Blurbs


  • Today is … The Great American Smokeout

    By Keller Army Community Hospital

    Today is the day your life is going to change as it is the Great American Smokeout.
    The doctors, nurses and staff at Keller Army Community Hospital, Mologne Cadet Health Clinic, the Center for Personal Development and Substance Use Disorder Clinic Care (SUDCC) are ready to assist you in your goal of a tobacco/nicotine-free lifestyle.
    KACH’s primary care physicians are ready to assist you with a variety of medications designed to help you stop the use of nicotine products.
    Call and schedule an appointment today at 845-938-7992 or 800-552-2907 to learn about the variety of medications designed to help you stop the use of nicotine products.
    If you are a U.S. Military Academy cadet or a USMA Preparatory School cadet candidate looking for smoking cessation assistance, you can make an appointment online through CIS or call Mologne at 845-938-3003 or CPD front desk at 845-938-3022. Read More


    (NEW) November Art To Go Arts and Crafts home craft kits ongoing
    Art To Go Arts and Crafts home craft kits has three kits to choose from. Canvas kits include 11”x14” canvas and paint, plus to-follow video instructions. Great for a quiet night at home, social gatherings or birthday parties. Monthly pallet sign selections. Price includes 6”x24” board, wood, stencil, brushes and how-to instructions. Pottery to-go kits includes pottery piece, paint and firing. Choose from dog bank, dinosaur, mason jar spoon rest or birthday cake plate.
    There is a nominal fee for these kits. Brush kits are available for an additional. For more details, call 845-938-4812 or visit

    (NEW) Victor Constant Ski Area ski passes on sale now for DOD cardholders
    The Victor Constant Ski Area 2020-21 ski passes are on sale online now for DOD cardholders only through Dec. Read More

  • MWR events/offerings

    West Point Club Thanksgiving Dinner-to-Go Nov. 25
    The West Point Club is offering a Thanksgiving Dinner-to-Go on Wednesday. All orders must be called in no later than Friday. Meal pick-up is between 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Wednesday.
    Re-heating directions are provided. No refunds for cancellations as of now.
    The ala carte menu is only available with purchase of a full (to-go) order.
    This program is open to the public, but DOD visitor access policies apply.
    For a complete menu, visit For more details and to place an order, call 845-938-5120/8007. Read More

  • Protect Yourself and Your Family

  • Thanksgiving Safety

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  • SOSH Run Fun

    Every semester, U.S. Military Academy cadets continue the tradition of the Social Sciences Run by finding creative, unusual and comedic ways of turning in their SOSH papers when they are due. On Nov. 5, “panic-strickened” costumed cadets dashed, walked, carted, strolled or were carried in a parade of amusement before a cheering crowd of cadets through Central Area to their final destination at Lincoln Hall to meet their deadline. The SOSH paper, which is the signature writing assignment in the required “Introduction to International Relations” course, is a rite of passage for cadets in their third year at USMA. Read More

  • Get to Know Smoke Alarms

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    Mine Torne Road closure dates for personally-owned firearm ranges
    Mine Torne Road will be closed to traffic due to personally-owned firearm ranges on Saturday.
    For more details, contact Joseph Middlebrooks, Range Operations scheduler, at 845-938-8556 or email

    West Point Commissary holiday hours
    The West Point Commissary hours during the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays are as follows:
    Thanksgiving Week:
    • Nov. 23-25, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.;
    • Nov. 26, Closed;
    • Nov. 27, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
    Christmas Week:
    • Dec. 21-23, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.;
    • Dec. 24, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.;
    • Dec. 25, Closed. Read More

  • MWR events/offerings

    Privately-Owned Firearms Open Range Season Saturday
    A privately-owned firearms open range session takes place from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Saturday at Range 4 and 5, Route 293, across from Round Pond Recreation Area.
    Eligibilities are restricted to DOD ID cardholders and their eligible dependents.
    The ranges — Range 4: Archery and Range 5: Weapons are limited to .308/7 .62 mm and below. No automatic weapons or rapid firearms are allowed.
    Outside of the caliber limitations, the Directorate of Emergency Services game warden will make decisions what weapons are legal to bring onto the range. The minimum age to shoot is 10 years old. However, USCC and military training dates are priority, so POF dates are subject to change or be canceled.
    For additional information or to register, contact the Outdoor Recreation office at 845-938-2503 or visit Read More

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