Kids’ Crew Thrill Day at Kings Dominion


Kings Dominion is one of the funnest places on Earth and we’ll be heading there is just under 2 weeks! It may be hot, but the  Waterworks will help cool you off, no doubt. Like they say, “Summer’s Better When You’re Wetter.”

Come Saturday, July 13, get ready to lift off on the all new Windseeker ride, as well as The Intimidator 305, Planet Snoopy and many, many more! Our visit is scheduled for 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., transportation & parking are not included, but lunch is provided!

Please RSVP by Friday, July 5, for this awesome Kids’ Crew trip to Kings Dominion. For those of you without kids, be sure to head to the theme park on July 4 and 5 as they pay tribute by offering FREE park admission to any active, inactive or retired United States Service men and women with a valid military I.D.

Military Days is scheduled to have plenty to do and lots of entertainment for everyone to enjoy! So, which one are you heading to?



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Catch A Flick this Weekend at the Dahlgren Movie Theater



It has been one of America’s favorite pastimes for decades, and for good reason! You maybe thinking I’m referring to baseball and while that’s a great guess, I’m actually talking about the silver screen. From silent films to stop motion animated flicks to 3D, we as Americans spend billions of dollars at the movies annually.

Movies are magic and what can I say, we love us some magic. If you’re ever in need of a good movie, hop on Rotten Tomatoes, see what’s getting good ratings, and head on over to Dahlgren Movie Theater–NSF Dahlgren. Located at 6238 Welsh Rd, Bldg. 117, the theater shows movies year-round on Friday and Saturday evenings (7:00 p.m.).

The NSF Dahlgren Theater features recent movie releases and offers a concession stand with food and beverages. Prices are great compared to the rest of the nation:

  • $5 Civilian
  • $4 Active Duty, Retired & Reserve Mil E7 and above and their family members with ID
  • $2.50 E1-E6 & below and their family members with ID,
  • $2 Child (6-11),
  • Free – Child (5 and Under).

For updated movie listings, be sure to call  the movie line anytime at (540) 653-7336.




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National Window Safety Awareness Week April 7th – 13th


Spring is here, and with it comes the almost irresistible desire for young kids to peer out of windows to see and smell what the season has to offer. Who can blame them, right? But with that desire comes the risk of window accidents, and they happen more often than you imagine and often with grim results.

According to the Senior Director of Safe Communities America for the National Safety Council, Donna Stein-Harris, “Tragic window falls can happen in just seconds. When it comes to window safety, there is no substitute for the importance of adult supervision of children to help keep them safe.”

National Window Safety Week runs from April 7th – 13th and Lincoln Military Housing will be participating in the promotion of this week through, increased communication and awareness of child window safety throughout the community.  In addition to increased communication and awareness during this very important week we also have added warning stickers to every second story window in our homes. These stickers are there to help remind you and your family of the dangers of windows. Take some time this week to explain to your children what these stickers are for and stop by  The National Safety Council’s website. They have some great tips that you can use to teach your family about window safety!

In fact, here are a few tips you can implement immediately around your home:

  • Provide extra supervision to children when near windows, balconies or patio doors
  • When opening windows for ventilation, only open ones that children cannot access
  • Insect screens are designed to keep bugs out, not to keep children in–do not rely on them to prevent falls
  • Be sure to practice your family’s emergency escape plan at least twice a year, and keep all exits clear of hazards like cords or toys
  • If there are children around, make sure to keep all reachable windows closed and locked
  • Make sure nothing is blocking or preventing a window from being opened in the case of an emergency

We hope these help, and don’t forget to visit your housing office for more information and to get a fun filled Window Safety Coloring Book for the kids!




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Navy Ball Lunch Fundraiser at Parade Field Pavilion


The Dahlgren Navy Ball Committee is selling lunch daily (weather permitting) from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. on the Parade Field Pavilion. This lunch service will be available until the new Subway opens at Cannonball Lanes. Please come out for lunch and support the Dahlgren Navy Ball Committee.

If you would like to be a part of the team, feel free to attend one of our monthly meetings.  Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of the month at 11:30 in the meeting room between the MWR Liberty Center and Cannonball Lanes.

And let’s not forget that this year the NSASP Navy Ball Committee has made a couple upgrades. Not only can you make donations and ticket purchases using Paypal, but now you can pay by credit at all upcoming fundraising events!

So, not only can you help out the committee, you don’t have to go get cash to do so. We all know that we’re in a tech age where we don’t always have greenbacks in the pockets. We hope to see you all at Parade Field Pavilion!




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Army vs. Navy Blood Drive–A Success!


Everyone knows about the storied rivalry of Army versus Navy football (Navy having one the last, and overall leader), but did you know that the rivalry goes way beyond just sport? And, apparently, so does the Naval domination; they won the 2012 Army vs. Navy Blood Drive Challenge, as well!

Thanks to all our Army vs. Navy Blood Drive Challenge donors who contributed to the win! Start this New Year out right at our next ASBP Blood Drive on February 21, from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. at the Bldg. 1470 Conference Room. All blood collected benefits military members and their families at home, overseas, in harm’s way and recovering from injuries.

Be sure to check out the time slots available, and schedule your donations for a time good for you. The earlier you sign up the more options you have. If you need more information on anything blood donation related, be sure to visit the Armed Services Blood Program, so you can give our troops the greatest gift of all–the gift of life. Give blood!




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‘Just Dance’ at the Valentine’s Day Dance!

Technology has changed the world in more ways than one! Take our scheduled Valentine’s Day Dance for instance, it’s most definitely going to be different than any other dance you’ve ever attended. You may be used to a DJ playing the latest hits while you boogie on the dance floor, but not this party!

Lincoln Military Housing is partnering with the YAC to have a dance you won’t want to miss. On Friday, February 8, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. in the Community House, Just Dance for the Wii will be played and refreshments will be served. Trust me when I say, it’s going to be a good niiiiight!

We hope you can make it, and if you plan to, be sure to RSVP by Friday, February 1. You have about a month to prepare and get your moves ready–you don’t want to be out danced by me, do you?


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The Winter Festival Was A Success!

On Friday, December 14, we congregated for a couple hours at the Community House for the Winter Carnival. Fun was had by all, and we\\\’d like to thank all who joined us for some holiday fun. The children had a great time making crafts, playing games and giving Santa their wish list! Happy Holidays from the LMH family to yours!\\n\\nCheck out a few of the pics from that fun-filled day below:\\n\\n\\\"\\\"\\n\\n\\\"\\\"\\n\\n \\n\\n\\\"\\\"

Fall Family Photos!

It’s time for family portraits! Wear your best sweaters and let’s take some pictures.  This is the best time to take family photos just in time for the holiday season! Each session is 10-15 minutes long, so please RSVP to get your name in our appointment book by Thursday, November 1. There are a limited number of spots, and notified winners may call 540-663-2190 to schedule an appointment.

This fall themed photo shoot is slated to take place on Thursday, November 8, from 4:00 p.m.– 7:00 p.m. in the Community House. Make your holidays a little less stressful by having your family photos done for free by a professional photographer!






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Of Inspections and Pets…

Home Inspections Are Nearing:

Your home is due for its semi-annual preventative maintenance inspection! We will contact you via email at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled inspection date and will need to have access to your home for approximately one half hour to complete the inspection.

We ask that you please have all pets secured if you will not be home. The inspection includes replacing air filters if needed, checking smoke detectors and replacing batteries if needed, and ensuring no leaks are present. If you do not wish to have a technician in your home for this inspection while you are not home, please give our office a call at 540-663-2190 and we will schedule the inspection at your convenience Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Attention Pet Owners:

Our office has received several complaints regarding residents who do not pick up after their pets. Per your lease agreement, you must clean up after your pet immediately. Pet waste disposal stations are located throughout the neighborhood for your convenience. Should you have a suggestion for an additional pet station location, please let us know.

And as a reminder, you must have authorization from LMH prior to bringing a pet into your home. Pets are to be leashed, supervised and under your control at all times. Leaving pets unattended in your yard is prohibited.

Please note failure to abide by the pet policy could result in revocation of your pet privileges or termination of your lease. Report all violations with the offender’s address to our office at 540-663-2190 or directly to me at We appreciate everyone’s cooperation as we work to resolve this ongoing problem.

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