Living in the National Capital Region can make us all feel a little disconnected. But whether you knew it or not, plenty of people just like you -- stationed right here at JBA, with similar hobbies/interests/passions -- are hanging out together on a regular basis. Whether you're into pets or computers or poker or flying kites, there's probably a club that would love to have you. And if there's not, start one!
Speaking of which, this directory is pretty new. We can only include what folks have told us about. So, if you're starting a club or you know of a club/org that's missing from the list below, PLEASE contact us and make sure we add it. Call us at 240-612-4428, or send us a Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/jointbaseandrews), or use the contact section below, or send us an email (email@example.com) or stop by our office in the Jones Building. We'll get the info we need, and you'll get more folks interested in your group.
This (Facebook) group is for general discussion among military members, dependents, DoD employees, and retirees living on or near Joint Base Andrews. Members are free to create events for playmates, hangouts, etc., **FRIDAYS ONLY** are for posting service or sale items.
This (Facebook) group is for general discussion among residents of Liberty Park's Jefferson Village on Joint Base Andrews.
This (Facebook) group is for all active duty members and spouses living on or near Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling to come together for general discussion, ask questions and to share information.
This (Facebook) group is a place to come and get answers to your questions and inform you of what is happening around JBA and the surrounding area.
This group is for the Spouses of Fort Belvoir.
This (Facebook) group is a standardized Team-Mentoring program developed by spouses for spouses.COMPASS focuses on spouses new to the Navy, improve quality of life through education, enabling spouses to understand, experience and meet the challenges of the Navy lifestyle.
This (Facebook) group is to promote and preserve interest in Air Force activities; promote friendship, unify interest and activities of its individual members; and to sponsor welfare projects for the United States Air Force and in the civilian community.
This (Facebook) group is open to all spouses of the Armed Forces, both active and retired in the National Capital Area. We promote opportunities for social, cultural, educational and creative pursuits, support worthwhile service and community projects while providing the opportunity for fellowship, morale, and resilience among military spouses.
This (Facebook) group is a small non-profit organization, we focuse on all military families. Much of our work centers on the five Fisher Houses. Their mission is to house and comfort out-of-town military families of inpatients in greatest need at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda. They provide a stable, comfortable and affordable haven while their loved ones are undergoing medical treatment.
This (Facebook) group is for "laid back" discussion, buying, selling, and advice related to military families/babies/children in and around Joint Base Andrews.
This (Facebook) group is for JB Andrews/Bolling members only (Maryland, Virginia and surrounding areas). This is for babysitters and seekers. ATTENTION BABYSITTERS: Please see the documents/files and add your information to that list. This will make it easier for parents looking for sitters. ATTENTION PARENTS: If you are looking for a sitter, please be aware that you are able to use this page as a reference, however, be aware that you are utilizing this page AT YOUR OWN RISK. No background checks are done to approval of members. Please also get references for the safety of your little ones.
This (Facebook) group consists of a group of parents with children enrolled in any of the three Child Development Centers (CDC) and Family Child Development Centers located on Joint Base Andrews.
Hi Parents, this group is for infants and up. We meet once a week for a play date, in the winter we will meet at the Indoor play ground at the community commons. During the summer we will meet at parks and have pool meet ups.
This (Facebook) group is a support group by Andrews Home Educators for families homeschooling on and around JBA. Membership in JBA Homeschoolers does not constitute membership in AHE, keep content related to homeschooling.
2nd and 4th Saturdays 10 AM
This group aims to help nurture a child's creative writing skills.
POC Jennie (301)981-6454
This (Facebook) group is designed to encompass all things animal related happening at Joint Base Andrews. Please feel free to share lost or found pets, arrange pet playdates, share pet events in the area, ask for veterinarian recommendations, re-home pets, and so on.
This (Facebook) group is a space to grow and hone your craft in a comfortable environment, whether you're brand new to writing, or you're just finishing your second novel.
This (Facebook) group is for those who enjoy the craft of quilting, sewing, crocheting, knitting, and more. It is a great way to go over techniques, share projects or patterns, learn something new, just talk and make new friends. Everyone is welcome!!! Beginners to experts.
1st and 3rd Saturdays (1-5pm)
Are you interested in playing board games, card games and other tabletop games? Then join us on the 1st and 3rd Satudary of the month. There is also a Dungeons and Dragons Club that meets during the same time.
POC, Renea/Amy/John (301)981-6454
If you are interested in using or learning an additional language, this is the club for you.
2nd Tuesday of the month (4-5:30pm)
POC, Jennie (301)981-6454
2nd and 4th Saturdays 11 AM
Want to let your creative gears cranking? why not join us at the library every 2nd and 4th Saturday at 11 am, we will get you setup.
1st Thursday of the month @ 6:30pm
POC, Amy (301)981-6454
This (Facebook) group was created for families assigned to Joint Base Andrews and other local military bases who want to get together for day-hikes in area parks and trails during the week.
This (Facebook) group is to prioritize our health and fitness through encouragement, friendship, community and support. We host free workouts in JBA and utilize our group page for motivation, recipe tips, local health news and moms night out events!
This (Facebook) group is for runners to get together to share their passion for running. Anyone is welcome to join whether you are a beginner or an experienced runner.
Airmen Committed to Excellence (ACE) is a private organization dedicated to the morale and well-being of enlisted Airmen E-1 through E-4.
The ACE Council, located at Joint Base Andrews, Maryland, strives to provide events and support for the junior enlisted tier, and network with BASE 5/6 and Top 3, along with other organizations, to ensure our mission is completed successfully.
This council is open to Airmen in the dorms.
The National Capital Region's Premier Middle Tier NCO Organization - Joint Base Andrews - Building Andrews, Shaping Excellence (B.A.S.E.) 5/6
Meeting are every third Wednesday of the month @1130 usually at the Club. DM us if you have any questions.
This (Facebook) page serves as a place for professional organizations in the Washington D.C. area to collaborate development opportunities for enlisted Airmen.
The (Facebook) page is a professional organization focused on building leadership skills among the NCO ranks within the Air Force's premier airlift wing.
The Top 3 was created by and consists of SNCOs to Invigorate, provide Community outreach and enhance Esprit de corps within the NCO ranks and improve the lives of all enlisted members within the Joint Base Andrews community.
This group is for the First Sergeant Council.
The National Capital Region Company Grade Officers' Council (NCR CGOC) is an all-volunteer network of Air Force lieutenants and captains working together to promote professional development of CGOs, base support, community service, and increased camaraderie between CGOs. Each base has its own council of CGOs that are elected to one-year terms. These councils are responsible for putting together opportunities and events (e.g., dinners, training, pub-crawls) to promote the professional development and build esprit-de-corps of ALL CGOs on the base.
This is a virtual Air Force Chief Master Sergeant (CMSgt/E-9) panel. Our intent is to facilitate discussion between Active Duty, Guard and Reserve Chiefs - active and retired, with Air Force members seeking answers, feedback, insights, etc.
Anyone can post a question. While the intent is to get advice and feedback from our senior enlisted leaders, anyone can respond, unless the post requests otherwise. All we ask is that you provide accurate information and be respectful of one another.
In every question/discussion, individuals are strongly encouraged to seek out feedback and discussion from their immediate supervisor and chain of command. THIS FORUM IS NOT DESIGNED TO UNDERMINE OR CIRCUMVENT THE CHAIN OF COMMAND.
All posts are pending until reviewed and approved by page admins.
If you would like to ask a question anonymously (for a number of good reasons), please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chiefs: if so inclined, please insert (CMSgt) prior to your comments so forum members can identify you.
This is not an AF sponsored group, however, as members in the Profession of Arms, please observe common courtesies. Remember: ideological conflict/debate is productive; personality-focused, mean-spirited attacks are not! Page admins reserve the right to delete disrespectful posts.