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What type of information about Family Readiness Group (FRG) activities and participants should be maintained?  
A current roster of Family Readiness Group (FRG) members, along with their contact information and any special circumstances (e.g., number and ages of any children, disabilities that may require special accommodations, etc.) should be maintained and passed on to the new FRG leader when applicable. It is also extremely beneficial to keep a “smart book” of community resources, After Action Reports from FRG activities and events, and any feedback from the participants that can be used to plan future events. For more information on starting and leading a Family Readiness Group (FRG), refer to the Army Family Readiness Group Leader's Handbook as well as the other resources listed.
Keywords: After Action Report, Evaluating your FRG, AAR, FRG

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Service ProviderReferenceMeans of Delivery
Army Community Service The Army Family Readiness Group Leader's Handbook Publication
Army Community Service Operation R.E.A.D.Y. Handbook Publication
U.S. Army War College Red Phase Blue Phase A Guide for the Training Battalion Commander's Spouse/Representative
U.S. Army War College Spouse Battle Book Publication
U.S. Army War College It Takes a Team ( A Resource for the Company Commander's Spouse/ Representative)

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