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Airmen can get 10% off tax preparation at H&R Block

Shoppers can eat healthy, save on Salad Wednesdays

The Wright-Patterson community can save money while making healthy eating choices every Wednesday at Army & Air Force Exchange Service restaurants.

Exchange diners save $2 on all salads priced $4 or more each Wednesday at any Exchange direct-operated restaurant. Diners can save an additional 10% when using their MILITARY STAR card.

Participating Wright-Patterson Exchange restaurants include:

· Burger King

· Charley’s Philly Steaks

· Subway

“The Exchange is committed to helping the Wright-Patterson community stay fit to fight,” said Chan. “Saving with Salad Wednesdays makes it easier to choose better-for-you options.

“The Exchange is a partner in the Air Force Smart Fueling initiative. All Exchange restaurants offer better-for-you menu choices to support Warfighters’ readiness and resiliency.”

Healthy dining choices are part of the Exchange’s BE FIT program, which takes a holistic approach to the military community’s well-being, including offering fitness equipment and gear, wellness services, live virtual workouts and more. Visit ShopMyExchange.com/befit for more information.

New MILITARY STAR accounts receive 15% off

Spring is almost here, and savings are blooming at the Wright-Patterson BX. Airmen and military shoppers who open and use a new MILITARY STAR account from March 12 to 25 will receive 15% off on all first-day purchases, instead of the regular 10%. The discount will appear as a credit on the first monthly billing statement.

Cardholders earn 2% in rewards points on their MILITARY STAR purchases – including at the commissary and Exchange mall vendors – and receive a $20 rewards card every 2,000 points. Rewards exclude military clothing.

Other benefits of the MILITARY STAR card include:

  • Free shipping on all ShopMyExchange.com and MyNavyExchange.com orders;
  • 5 cents off every gallon of fuel at Exchange fuel locations;
  • 10% off all Exchange restaurant purchases;
  • The lowest flat-rate APR (10.24%) among store cards; rate is offered to all cardholders upon account approval;
  • No annual, late or over-limit fees;
  • Reduced-interest deployment plan with no payments required for eligible customers.

“It matters where you shop, and it matters what payment you use,” said Chan. “Shopping the Wright-Patterson BX puts money back into the community, and using the MILITARY STAR card helps shoppers save money, too.”

A 100% of Exchange earnings are reinvested in the military community, including through funding for critical on-installation quality-of-life programs. When shoppers use the MILITARY STAR card, the Exchange also saves on transaction fees – savings that add up to millions of dollars a year – which allows the Exchange to better support warfighters and their families.

New accountholders will receive the 15% discount on all first-day purchases at military exchanges and commissaries, as well as online at ShopMyExchange.com, myNavyExchange.com and ShopCGX.com.

All honorably discharged veterans who have confirmed their eligibility to shop at ShopMyExchange.com can use their MILITARY STAR card shopping the Exchange online. Veterans with a service-connected disability are eligible to shop in stores. For more information, veterans can visit ShopMyExchange.com/Vets.

The MILITARY STAR card is administered by the Army & Air Force Exchange Service and is accepted at all military exchanges and commissaries. For more information, visit MyECP.com.

KPD is trying to identify this truck and the suspects involved in a theft at the Kettering Assembly of God church on E….

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He added that additional information will come in the next few weeks about more vaccine providers and mass vaccination sites.”},{“_id”:”JV3OMOD4EJGT7D7DE2TVQAX5MQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614637170840},”type”:”text”,”content”:”In the Dayton area over the weekend, Community Health Centers of Greater Dayton had urged people to sign up Friday for open weekend appointments, Public Health – Dayton & Montgomery County had highlighted vacancies and Premier Health on Sunday evening still had about 500 COVID-19 upcoming vaccine appointments available at its vaccine clinic at UD Arena.”},{“_id”:”J4RA2N7GQBG4FMOJBS7SQSAKVM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614637170841},”type”:”text”,”content”:”However, there was an uptick in those seeking appointments once the expanded eligibility was announced. Suffoletto said most of the spots were filled after the governor’s press conference, though they still had some appointments available at the Monday minority outreach vaccination clinic and those eligible and interested can seek an appointment at 937-225-6217 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.”},{“_id”:”JJ4EGE6LINASBGEGLMDX4ULVXM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614637170842},”type”:”text”,”content”:”The initial weeks of vaccinations were marked by a crush of older Ohioans seeking scarce appointments, but since then supply has increased, the number of vaccine providers in the state nearly doubled and 1.69 million people in the state have received at least one dose.”},{“_id”:”G66BSLDCPFE2JCUIUNU77XCQ5E”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614637170843},”type”:”text”,”content”:”As of Monday afternoon, about 14.5% of Ohioans have received one dose and about 7.8% of Ohioans both doses.”},{“_id”:”G7XU2LHIAVGIFCUULLMEVJDGZA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614637170844},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Among Ohioans who are 80 and older, which is the most vulnerable age group to death and severe disease from the coronavirus, more than 62% have at least one dose and 49% have both doses.”},{“_id”:”XOTRRCUQLBHBPGUDBOPQG77XPY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[{“pos”:162,”comment”:”46,866 in Butler, 22,148 in Clark, and 4,741 in Champaign. “}],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614637170845},”type”:”text”,”content”:”This includes 77,884 people in Montgomery County with at least one dose, 26,654 in Greene, 13,740 in Miami, 6,038 in Darke, 4,661 in Preble, and 34,188 in Warren.”},{“_id”:”GISNC44D2ZHD3CDEY44R55QGSQ”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614637170846},”type”:”text”,”content”:”OCSEA President Chris Mabe, whose members include correction officers in state prisons, said “making the vaccine available to all state employees in congregate settings who have the highest rate of exposure is something we’ve been supportive of since day one. 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He started there about a decade after opening Unique Barber and worked at both shops from 1978 until recently.”},{“_id”:”CKDPNVYQINC4TOY3UDFF7NXN44″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577903},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I have always enjoyed the Air Force,” he said. “That is why I have stayed here for so long.””},{“_id”:”5JWLBEQ37FD5TMEFJ2E7GGFMWM”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577904},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Roe said he loves that his job allows him to connect with people, give them advice and minster to them.”},{“_id”:”6V5VHIPV4FF3XKMUFPT3DDGWIY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577905},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“You have to find something you love and then do it with love,” he added. “I enjoy talking to people from around the world, and this is like my platform that allows me to minister to those that come in.”},{“_id”:”ESQE6NYZCRGUFD5CXJUAOHV6EY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577906},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“A lot of guys come in here and will wait for me because they want some kind of advice or help with something they are going through.””},{“_id”:”OTVLXCSGE5DXTJHO6BRJD3EL6Q”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577907},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Not only do his customers admire him, but he is respected by co-workers as well.”},{“_id”:”I2YLILHGM5HSFPGYMBI5LW6I5A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577908},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Vickie Davis, who has worked with Roe for 14 years, says she’s benefited greatly from him.”},{“_id”:”VSWZPUO2DRFRNIBL73BOEW3U3A”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577909},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Working with him has been very enlightening; he’s a very knowledgeable man,” she said. “I have learned so much from him, like being a better barber.”},{“_id”:”W2TQNNIKGVE25DGWT5XONOOLMU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577910},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“He is such a kind-hearted man, and everyone just seems to love him. I believe this is why all of his customers keep coming back.””},{“_id”:”RXB4JXKCTRCRXOFDPA674BPCRA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577911},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Roe said he’s been here for so long that he gets to watch the Airmen he cuts hair for “grow up.””},{“_id”:”J6NM6ZHOMRF3NCTYPBH74UJD4Y”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577912},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“I have men come in as a captain and come back as a colonel years later and ask, ‘You’re still here?’ he says. “And I tell them, ‘Where else am I supposed to go?’””},{“_id”:”BSV5CMC5HZFG7PXM2BG37I7OOU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577913},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Over the years, Roe has seen many people come and go through the shop, whether it be service members or co-workers. But it’s the people he gets to talk and interact with who keep him coming back to work every day.”},{“_id”:”62NUWKWZYRDZZIRQVV5OBLXN6I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577914},”type”:”text”,”content”:”He even recalls a friendly wager from a few years back.”},{“_id”:”E4LRFKQEXNBUDDU65GD6344W74″,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577915},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“My old boss and one of my old co-workers made a bet on who could stay here until they were 85,” he said. “Everyone who was here when I got here is gone. I am the only one who has lasted. When my boss left, he owed me a pair of his clippers for losing the bet.””},{“_id”:”5EKOWQMV2VHPNJTRAVCYVGFCSY”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577916},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Familiarity is another thing that keeps him coming back to work at Wright-Patt, he says.”},{“_id”:”WUPKWN7YENB5TNGEZD7RZNTCUA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577917},”type”:”text”,”content”:”“Barbers come and go, but I have stayed here the whole time,” he said. “I have actually been working in the same chair the whole time, never moved stations.””},{“_id”:”DL5XR7IQEJDIDIGQUF6SC6QJFE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577918},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Roe is also the only master barber in the Wright-Patterson AFB shop.”},{“_id”:”ZA5VU5TAOFBPTE4P2X7RR6YE2I”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577919},”type”:”text”,”content”:”During his time at Dayton Barber College, he completed 1,800 hours of schooling to earn his barber’s license. Becoming a master barber took a little more work.”},{“_id”:”LUF5MS7Y2BFWXKXG4RWVNAREUE”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577920},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Roe had to complete an 18-month apprenticeship under a master barber before he could sit for a review board that would award it to him.”},{“_id”:”FYRQWGOPWNHJFK3PO2HKMDB6JU”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577921},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Becoming a master barber allowed Roe to open up his own shop. Unfortunately, he had to close it down recently due to the COVID-19 pandemic.”},{“_id”:”OI7LRZVBCJEIJM5NYPFOQXM2SA”,”additional_properties”:{“inline_comments”:[],”comments”:[],”_id”:1614291577922},”type”:”text”,”content”:”Still, Roe enjoys being able to get up and go to work at WPAFB. 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