Earlier this week, the CASF USO staff hosted a breakfast for 25 wounded service members and the CASF Staff. Scrambled eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, toast, muffins, juice - anything else you can think of - were made fresh right in the center.
There was also an egg hunt outside of the CASF where everyone had an opportunity to win great prizes like coffee mugs, chocolate bunnies, electric tooth brushes and goodie bags. Looks like a fun and tasty way to celebrate the holiday!
On March 27and 28 USO Rhein-Main area had a fun photo opportunity when the Easter Bunny hopped on over to the Hainerberg PX Food Court. Eighty-three soldiers and family members had their photos taken. Thanks to all of the dedicated USO volunteers who made this possible! These are some of our favorite photos…
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Feb 15, 2018
7 Ways WWII Soldiers Shaped Outdoor Sports in America
If you're watching the Winter Olympics you've certainly seen American alpine star Mikaela Shiffrin race down mountains and snowboarder Chloe Kim ride to a gold medal in the women's halfpipe. They're amazing athletes whose names are recognized around the world, but the names of the mountain men who helped popularize outdoor sports in the 1940s are not as famous.