Coronado Monthly Dinner – November

November 18 – SAVE THE DATE!!
Join us for our monthly dinner at the PDS Country Club.
Speaker information will be posted soon!
Registration information will be provided in the Heliogram and will be posted here when it becomes available.
Social: 1800
Dinner: 1830

TRADITIONAL HOLIDAY BUFFET:
Spring Field Greens with Julienne of Carrot, Cucumber, Teardrop Tomatoes, and Balsamic Vinaigrette
Rolls and Butter
Fresh Vegetables
Cranberry Relish
Mashed Potatoes and Gravy Savory
Herb Stuffing
Baked Yams
Roast Turkey Breast with Turkey Gravy
Slow-Roasted Ham with Apricot Glaze
Dessert: Pumpkin Pie, Pecan Pie, and Pumpkin Bars

*Vegetarian Alternative: Grilled Eggplant topped with a Pesto Sauce. Basil Rice Pilaf and Vegetables

Per plate cost: $26

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Coronado Monthly Dinner – October

October 21 – SAVE THE DATE!!
Join us for our monthly dinner at the PDS Country Club.
Speaker information will be posted soon!
Registration information will be provided in the Heliogram and will be posted here when it becomes available.
Social: 1800
Dinner: 1830
SALAD: Romaine Lettuce topped with Cucumbers, Red Onion, and Water Chesnuts with a Dill Vinaigrette. Served with Rolls & Butter
ENTRÉE: Roasted Pork Loin with a Garlic Honey Mustard Sauce, Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Green Beans with sautéed Apples and Toasted Almonds
DESSERT: Assorted Pies
**Vegetarian option available if requested**
Per plate cost: $26 

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Coronado Monthly Dinner Event – September

We are pleased to announce that we will resume our monthly dinner meetings on 16 September. They will again be at the PDS Country Club starting at 1800 with a social and dinner at 1830. The cost per meal remains at $26. Our speaker will be Dr. Linda Denno, our newest Civilian Aide to the Secretary of the Army (CASA). She will let us know what’s new at the DA level. I hope you will join us. Please mail your reservation form by 6 September.

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Fort Huachuca General Order (GO) #14

Summary of significant changes since GO #13, Change 1. This General Order: (1) implements the recent DoD mask mandate (dtd 28 July 2021) for all personnel, regardless of vaccination status when inside a public facility on Fort Huachuca based on local area COVID transmission rates, (2) standardizes the policy for the DCD, CYS, and Fort Huachuca Accommodation Schools to be in line with the new DoD mask mandate, and (3) requires all personnel to wear masks at all on-post indoor religious services.

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Tax Relief for Arizona Veterans called for by Governor Ducey

Governor Ducey Calls For Tax Relief For Arizona Veterans
PHOENIX — In his State of the State address Monday, Governor Ducey called for letting Arizona veterans keep more of the benefits they earned.
“Arizona has more than 600,000 veterans, and for the military retirees who qaulify for the exemption, inflation alone has chopped it in half. Their service has earned them a lifetime benefit from our nation. So please, send me a bill that increases the exemption and demonstrates to our vets that we value this service.”
Since 1989, Arizona has provided an exemption from state Individual Income Tax for the first $2,500 in military retirement pay received by a retired service member. Unfortunately, for the 52,000 retired military personnel living in Arizona, inflation alone has reduced the value of that exemption by more than half.
  1. Governor Ducey’s Executive Budget will include an increase in the level of the military retirement pay exemption from $2,500 to $10,000, phased in over the next two tax years. The increased exemption, representing approximately $15 million in tax relief for veterans when fully phased in, is expected to save an Arizona retired service member more than $280 in state income taxes annually. Under the plan, it will be phased in over two years.