Friday, December 5, 2014

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Chapel position available
The Little Rock AFB chapel is seeking a Catholic parish coordinator. The individual is required to coordinate Catholic parish programs, ministry volunteers and leaders for training, budget inputs and scheduled events. Interested bidders should have formal training that is relevant to this position or at least two years of work experience in a similar or related field. An associate’s degree is required, but higher education is preferred. Background checks will be required as directed by DoDI 1402. The award of this contract will be based upon the best value to the government. Bid documents including the Statement of Work, criteria of selection and general provisions can be obtained from building 950, Monday - Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 1- 4:30 p.m. All sealed bids must be received by the chapel no later than 9 a.m., Jan. 7. Further information associated with duties and bid submission for this contract position can be obtained by contacting Master Sgt. David George or Tech Sgt. Juan Santoy at the base chapel at 501-987-6014.

Tax volunteers wanted
The Little Rock Air Force Base Tax Center will open its doors Feb. 2 and is currently accepting  volunteers for the upcoming 2014 tax season. Tax Center volunteers are trained through the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, receiving valuable education on completion of federal and state tax returns. Volunteers are instrumental in meeting the tax filing needs for hundreds of active duty, reservists, dependents, and retirees from the surrounding area. Training is tentatively scheduled for mid-December 2014 and is a requirement for first time volunteers; optional for returning volunteers. Those interested in becoming a Tax Center volunteer or have any questions about the VITA program, please call Capt. David Aschwege or Senior Airman Yia Thao at the Legal Office at 501-987-7886. At the conclusion of the training, volunteers qualify as certified tax preparers, a crucial skill for managing their own financial affairs.

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