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PATRICK AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. -- Change of command 
Lt. Col. Todd Oller will take command of the 114th Range Operations Squadron from Lt. Col. Rembert Schofield in a ceremony today at 10 a.m. in Hangar 750. A reception will follow. 

Afghanistan clothing drive 
The Space Coast Company Grade Officer Association is holding a clothing drive in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Items are being collected for Afghani children and for troops on rest and relaxation leave. Accepted items are clothing, school supplies, toys, DVDs, books and toiletries. Items may be dropped off at the following locations: Building 425, finance office; Building 423 in the lobby; Building 710 in the warehouse; base exchange; commissary; fitness centers; golf course; and E+L Building lobby (CCAFS). For more information, call 494-6113 or 853-8127. 

NSPS exercises 
Recent National Security Personnel System pay pool mock exercises have been completed and the results have been briefed to wing senior leaders, pay pool managers and pay pool executives. Leaders, supervisors and employees are encouraged to review the results of the NSPS mock performance exercises. Anyone wishing to make inquiries regarding these results or submit comments may do so via the Community of Practice Web site. Anonymous comments or suggestions may be made directly to the Patrick AFB NSPS Program Office. For more information, call 494-8392. 

Spouses' Club meeting 
The Patrick Spouses Club will hold a meeting for current and potential members from 7 to 8 p.m. Aug. 27 at the 45th SW commander's residence. Reservations can be made until 6 p.m. Thursday. For more information, call Sheryl Richter at 536-3101. 

Chapel family nights 
Family nights will be held every Wednesday beginning Sept. 5 in the South Patrick Chapel. A free meal and spiritual activities will be available. For more information, call the chapel at 494-4073. 

Fit Factor program 
The Fit Factor program is a web-based program that encourages youths 6-18 years old to "get up, get out & get fit." Points can be earned in five fit factor levels. and prizes will be awarded. For more information, call 494-3770.