Viper Friday Flight For 22 July 2011 SAVANNAH CHATHAM COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOL REGISTRATION Registration begins July 27. Your child must complete their school health screenings prior toregistration. School health screenings will be held at Tuttle, July 30 from 8-12, appointment is needed. NewPulaski Elementary School and other Savannah Chatham County schools begin August 22, 2011. For moreinformation please contact the HAAF School Liaison Office at 912-315-6586. Savannah Chatham County Public School Choice 1-29 July In accordance with House Bill 251, parents of school age children in SCCPSS are given theopportunity to transfer their student to a school of choice based off the 2011-2012 school choice list. Parentswill obtain a transfer request form from the School Liaison Office and mail it to Pupil Personnel NLT July 29,2011. Parents should be aware that they are responsible for transportation to the new school of choice while thechild remains at that school. Pupil Personnel Services at 208 Bull Street, Room 311, Savannah GA 3140, formore information, please contact Autry McGary at 315-6586. LIBERTY COUNTY SCHOOLS MILITARY REGISTRATION DAYJuly 26: Bring your Military School Age Family Member and register for2011-2012 Liberty County School Year from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m. noon or 1-2 p.m.at all Liberty County Schools. To assist and ease Military Family transitioninto local school system, all Liberty County Schools will register students,give school and district information, provide class assignments, createschedules, and answer academic and school related questions. Birth certificate,social security card, plus immunization records, medical screening, proof ofresidence and previous report card/school transcripts are needed. Call StewartSchool Liaison at 767-6533 for more information and a detail list of requireddocuments needed to register your child. SCHOOL HEALTH SCREENINGS School Health Screenings will be conducted Saturday, 30 July 2011 from 8 a.m. to noon at Tuttle andRichmond Hill clinics and Sat., 20 August 2011 from 8 a.m. to noon at Winn and Tuttle clinics. Appointmentsare required. There are also daily walk-in appointments available for School Health Screenings conducted atthe Winn Family Practice and Richmond Hill clinics during clinic hours. Winn Pediatric and Tuttle ArmyHealth clinics will conduct school health screenings by appointment only! Please ensure you take advantage ofthe available services provided to ensure your children will be ready for school! For an appointment please call(912) 435-6633 or (800) 652-9221. “Caring for the Rock”! Back to School Fair @ Club Stewart The Child, Youth and School Services “Back to School Fair,” featuring information, fashion and prizes,will be held from 1000-1400 on 27 July at Club Stewart. Fair attendees will be able to talk with local schoolrepresentatives, learn more about Family and youth- related services on Fort Stewart and see the “Back toSchool Fashion Show.” Students were invited to model school uniforms and youth fashions from the AAFESPX in the fashion show, which begins at 1130. The event also will include a number of prizes
Back to School Fair @ Tominac Fitness Center (HAAF)Fair will be held on 4 August 10 am to 2pm at HAAF’s Tominac Fitness Center. Local school representatives,CYSS, back to school fashion show, giveaways, and kid’s activities. For more information please call 315-6586. WINN ACH Baby Expo 27 August: Patriot Auditorium, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Open to the Public. Free educational information, doorprizes, baby dance-off and more! CYSS Youth Sports Registration Registration for tackle football/cheerleading and fall soccer will begin 1July and end 15 Aug, 2011 or when all slots are filled. Registration is open to CYSS members living on or off- post. Football is open to ages 7-12 (age as of Aug.1, 2011), Cheerleading is open to ages 6-13 (age as of 31 Dec, 2011) Soccer is open to ages 4-13 (age as of 1 Aug, 2011). Register online at https://webtrac.mwr.army.mil/webtrac/stewartcyms.html or call Parent Central Services at 912-767-2312, located in building T-0029 (next to post library). Parent Central Services is open by appointment only on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. Walk-ins welcome on Wednesdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For additionalinformation on sports programs, call the Youth Sports Office at 912-767-4371 or 912-767-9342. Volunteers arealways welcome and needed to coach. If interested, call 912-767-4371 or 912-767-9342 or visit Jordan YouthGym, located at building 608, West 6th Street. All new volunteers are required to submit to a backgroundcheck. DOG DAYS OF THE MARNE FOOTBALL SKILLS CLINICJuly 28-30: CYSS is offering a football skills clinic for CYSS registered youth (ages 8-17). Clinic runs fromJuly 28 thru July 30, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. and will be held at the Youth Sports football field located behind SAS(School Age Services), Bldg. 6571 off Davis Ave. There is no charge and space is limited. The clinic focuseson speed, agility, stance and starts, catching and character building. Signup by July 25 at Jordan Youth Gym,Bldg. 608 and for details, call 767-1428 or 767-5079. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHRISTIAN ACADEMY OPEN HOUSE FOR MILITARY FAMILIES July 21: The faculty of First Presbyterian Christian Academy (308 East Court St, Hinesville, GA) hostsan open house on July 21 from 1-4:30 p.m. for Military Families. Meet the staff, teachers, and studentambassadors. For more information, call the Fort Stewart School Liaison Office 767-6533 or FPCA at (912)876-0441. CHILDCARE SPACE AVAILABILITY UPDATE AT STEWART/HUNTER Childcare service is available on Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield. Current spaces available atFort Stewart are for 22 Infants, 17 Pre-Toddlers, 37 Toddlers, 90 Preschoolers, and 70 School Age children.Childcare on Hunter has space for 15 Infants, 13 Pre-Toddlers, 11 Toddlers, 30 Preschool, and 90 School Age. HOME ALONE CHILD SUPERVISION POLICY: According to Army Regulation 608-18, dated October 30 2007, children inGrade 6 and younger (under age 13) require supervision. This is applicable to allSoldiers, Family Members, civilians, and contractors, living and/or working atFort Stewart-Hunter Army Airfield. Such supervision may be provided by theirparents, other adults, Child Development Services/School Age Services or insome instances, children who are at least 13 years of age. They will not be leftunsupervised in quarters at any time, nor will they be left under the supervision of
other children for extended periods. To report information about known or suspected child abuse contact SocialWork Services HAAF 315-5236 or Army Community Service HAAF 315-6816 or Directorate, EmergencyServices, at 315-6133. You can also follow this link for additional information:http://www.stewart.army.mil/DMWR/acs/curfew.asp. FOOD DRIVE ONGOING Now through Aug 31: Federal employees nationwide are stepping up to meet a challenge of gathering 2 million pounds of food for Families in need. Army Community Service staff recently kicked off this food drive locally. Federal employees and others can donate non-perishable items such as canned fruits, vegetables, Hygiene Items, Paper Products and more. In the next couple of weeks, look for collection boxes at ACS locations, and around post at places like the commissaries, chapels, brigade headquarters, and hospitals. If you would like to donate before collections boxes are available, simply drop your items off at any ACS location. All donations collected at Stewart-Hunter will be given to food banks in the local area. For more information, call ACS (Stewart) 767-2467/5058 or (Hunter) 315-6816. NATIONAL PIZZA DAY BOWLING SPECIAL July 24 & 31: Purchase a 17" pizza and receive 2 FREE games of bowling from 2-8 p.m. on Sundays inJuly at Hunter Lanes Bowling Center, Bldg. 1280. For more information, call 315-6279. 30 May- 31 August, Kids Bowl Free ProgramSelect bowling centers and schools around the country are participating in the Kids Bowl Free program! Thisprogram is designed by bowling centers to give back to the community and provide a safe, secure, and fun wayfor kids to spend time this summer. Children 15 years of age and under are able to register for 2 free games aday, all summer long, courtesy of the participating bowling centers along with the schools and organizations!Standard Shoe rental rates apply! For more information on this program, please visit www.kidsbowlfree.com.Participating Local Bowling Center is:Frames N Games located at 6 Towne Center Ct., Pooler, GA, 31322, (912) 330-5577Available Hours: Tues: 10 am – 5 pm; Wed: 10 am – 5 pm; Thurs: 10 am – 5 pm; Fri: 10 am – 5 pm;Sunday 5 pm – close. Or call (912) 961-1535. MIDDLE SCHOOL & TEEN DANCE BOWLING SPECIAL July 23: Middle School and Teens (ages 12-18) are invited to a dance at Hunter Lanes Bowling Center, Bldg.1280 from 8-11 pm come enjoy dancing to favorite tunes. Yes, you can dance while you bowl! Try the bowlingspecial of $4 per person and get one pizza slice, one game of bowling and shoe rental. For more information,call 315-6279. PARENTS DAY AT STEWART LANESJuly 24: Help us celebrate this National Day at Stewart Lanes BowlingCenter, Bldg. 450 from 11:30 a.m. - 9 p.m. with FREE shoe rental all dayfor moms and dads, when they bring the family to bowl with them. For moreinformation, call 767-4273. Lost and FoundFort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield have a lost and found program. Ifyou want to report or check on a lost item, visit building 280, 354 East Bultman Avenue on Fort Stewart andcheck with Detective Hooks, 912-767-9596/9026. The Hunter Army Airfield point of contact is DetectiveBattista, at building 1240, 197 South Lightning Road at 912-315-5374/2940.
BOSS SKY DIVING TRIP Better Opportunity for Single Soldiers trip planned for July 23, 8 a.m. departure from Rockys Zone toSt. Marys, GA. An experience of a lifetime! Register by July 22 if you want to participate. The cost is $160 perperson without video and $200 with video. For details, call BOSS Office at 767-9917. Rock n’ Roll Savannah Marathon & 1/2 Register today for the Inaugural Rock n‟ Roll Savannah Marathon & ½! The marathon will be held onSaturday, 5 Nov 11 at 0730 and will start in downtown Savannah and end in Forsyth Park. It will feature a liveband every mile during the race. The cost to participate is $115 per person for the marathon, & $105 per personfor the ½ marathon. The price includes an official race t-shirt, goody bag, refreshments at the start, along thecourse, & at the finish, a finishers medal & certificate, live bands every mile, and admission to the Post-RaceHeadliner Concert. Online registration will close on 30 Oct 11. For more info & to register please visithttp://runrocknroll.competitor.com/savannah -tip Google search coupons and discount codes. I got $15 dollars off my registration fee using a promocode! 2011 JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS SEASON TICKETS SALE KICK OFF The 2011 Jacksonville Jaguars Season Tickets go on sale today at Stewart and Hunter Leisure TravelServices office. This year we have a limited supply of End Zone tickets in Section 124 ($60 per person), aswell as our regular season tickets in Sections 200 and 400 $43 per person). All tickets are for Jaguars HomeGames only. Visit Leisure Travel Services, (Bldg. 419 inside Stewart AAFES Furniture Mall or Bldg. 1286 onHunter) Mon-Fri, 9:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. and (Stewart location only) Sat, 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. noon. For moreinformation, call 767-2841 (Stewart) or 315-3674 (Hunter). BREW OF THE MARNE: The Brew of the Marne Snack Bar is now open, located inside the Tominac Fitness Center, Bldg 919,Hunter Army Airfield, Monday-Friday 7am to 7pm and Saturday 10am to 2pm. FREE SAVANNAH THEATRE TICKETS FOR SHOWS RUNNING through Aug 21: Savannah Theatre has provide 2,000 tickets for differentshows (Country Star Revue or The Beat Goes On), that the Savannah Theatre puts on between now and Aug.21. The tickets are for Active Duty Soldier and their Family Members. One thousand tickets are available atboth Stewart and Hunter Leisure Travel Services for pickup on a first come first served basis. Once tickets areobtained, reservations must be made by calling 233-7764 for the show you want to see. For more information,call 767-2841 (Stewart) or 315-5163 (Hunter). Missoula Children’s Theater Presents: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs 25-30 July 2011 open to ages 7-18 at the Hunter Army Airfield Theater (behind the bank). Formore information please call 315-5425 or 767-3781. REGAL MOVIE THEATRES SUMMER MOVIE EXPRESS! Moviegoers of all ages can climb aboard to enjoy a great selection of films. During this 9-week festival select Regal Cinemas, United Artists and Edwards Theatres will offer selected G or PG rated movies for only a dollar on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10:00am. Participating local Theatre- SAVANNAH STADIUM 10, 1132-34 Shawnee Street Savannah GA 912-961-1535 Please note--Both movies listed below will be shown on both dates, at the same time (10:00 am) on different screens, you will need to choose in advance which of the two available movies you would like to see! 7/26-7/27 HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON, SHREK THE THIRD
8/2-8/3 KUNG FU PANDA, TALE OF DESPEREAUX8/9-8/10 MADAGASCAR 2, RAMONA & BEEZUSFor further information, please visithttp://www.regmovies.com/summermovieexpress/default.aspx?zip=31405Or call (912) 961-1535. EMERALD PRINCESS CRUISE TRIPJuly 23: Register by July 20 for Leisure Travel trip to Brunswick, GA scheduled for July 27 at 4:30 p.m. toexperience a scenic cruise, light meal, access to casino gaming and a return-to-port snack on Emerald PrincessII Casino cruise ship. Hop aboard and enjoy 200 sleek feet and four fun filled decks. There are two gamingdecks w/220 slots, 26 Blackjack, 6 Texas Hold Em, 2 dice, roulette, and stud poker tables. Bingo is playednightly for cash and prizes. The prices are $15 for active duty Soldiers and $20 for all others. For details, call767-2841 (Stewart) or 315-3674 (Hunter). Junior Interpreter Training Program at the Isaiah Davenport House MuseumThe Davenport House Museum offers a free training program on Thursday evenings in the summer. Thisprogram teaching public speaking, customer services skill and the museum’s story to young people in their highschool years. The program runs June 16 through July 28 with Junior Interpreter Day being Friday, August 5when young people give their first tours to the public. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. HELP THE RECYCLING EFFORT, AVOID CONTAMINATION: Contaminating recyclables and some sewage spills can be prevented if grease, fats, and oils are kept out of the recycling containers and the sewer system. Help prevent future problems by not putting grease or oil in your recycling container. Also, do not pour grease down sinks, toilets, or garbage disposals. Instead, scrape grease and food scraps in the trash. Help us protect you, your property, and our environment. For more information, please contact the Directorate of Public Works Environmental Division at 767-2010. ACS JULY-SEPTEMBER CALENDAR OF CLASSES AND NEWSLETTER:The new calendar of classes is now available online, including online registration. Also, check out the ACSNewsletter for great articles, tips, and upcoming events! Simply go to the ACS web page on the Team StewartWebsite located at www.stewart.army.mil/DMWR/acs. Call 767-5058 for more information! ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE CELEBRATES 46 YEARS, July 25:ACS has been helping Soldiers and their Families in many ways for 46 years. Whether participants need helpwith their finances, have questions about moving issues, need advice about relationships, have parentingconcerns, need assistance finding a job, have questions about volunteer opportunities, or just need to talk tosomeone about difficulties during deployment or life in the Army, ACS has been and will continue to be thereto serve the community. In celebration of 46 years, ACS will have a table at the Stewart and Hunter PX storesfrom 11a.m.-12 p.m. on July 25. Stop by for some birthday cake! Call (Stewart) 767-5058 or (Hunter) 315-6816for more info. OPERATION RISING STAR TALENT SEARCH SIGN UP,Ongoing: Now is the time to sign up thru Aug. 26 for Operation Rising Star, the Armys version of AmericanIdol sponsored by VFW to be held at Rockys Zone, Bldg. 703. Starting on Aug. 30 (1st Round) at 7 p.m.Participants will compete in follow on rounds of singing competition: Sep 6 (2nd Round), Sep 13 (3rd Round),and Sep 20 (Finals). The winner will receive $500 and advance to the finals, 2nd place $250 and 3rd place$100. To be eligible, you must be Active Duty, National Guard or Reserve from any branch of service or afamily member 18 and older with a valid DoD ID card of the aforementioned to compete. Also, there is a SpiritAward, the unit or FRG with the best supportive presence at all four nights during the competition will receive$300 prize to be deposited into the FRG fund. Any unit can participate in the Spirit Award regardless of
contestant participation. For more information and details on how to sign up, call 767-4316 and go towww.stewartmwr.com for a copy of the application and rules. WILDLIFE PHOTO CONTEST REGISTRATIONRegistration is ongoing and is open until Nov. 3 at Stewart Pass & Permit Office, Bldg. 8093 for amateurphotographers (ages 4 and older) to compete in the 2011 Wildlife Photo Contest. There is a youth and adultgroup. The entry fees are $5 per photo (ages 4-15) and $10 per photo (ages 16 & older). Photograph entriesmust be turned in to Stewart Pass & Permit Office by Nov. 3 and winners will be selected on Nov. 16. Fordetails and contest rules, call 435-8061. MARNE BOOK CLUB (for adults 18 & over), July 20: Join fellow readers (Soldiers, Family Members, Retirees & Army Civilians) at George P. Hays Library, Bldg. 411 starting at 7 p.m. and be introduced to new authors, ideas and participate in book discussions. Julys book is "Cleopatra" by Stacy Schiff. For more information, call 767-2828. GORGEOUS GRANDMA DAY AT CORKAN July 23: Help us celebrate this National Day at the Cypress Sams Treehouse, Bldg. 449complex from 11:30 a.m. - 7 p.m. with matinee rates all day when grandma brings the kids. Our gorgeousGrandmas need a day of rest. For more information, call 767-4273. STEWART GUARDIAN 2011The annual installation exercise to validate emergency preparedness of Fort Stewart-HAAF, is July 26-27.Soldiers, Family Members, Civilian employees and visitors should anticipate delays at the installations gatesand increased emergency vehicle traffic on the installation during the exercise. Ongoing Events: By appointment Only, Families in Action (3 Sessions) Call 315-6816 for appointmentThis is a three-session workshop for teens and their parents. Hey teens, do you want to get along better with your parents? Thisworkshop will teach teens effective ways to get along better with parents; how to communicate what’s going on in their life; how toget listened to; how to improve relationships with peers; and learn how to resist negative peer pressure. By Appointment Only, Infant Massage ACS, Bldg 1286, HAAF.Parents bring your babies (6 wks.-9 mos.) to this three session series to learn the delicate art of infant massage which promotes bettersleep, boosts baby’s immune system, relieves teething pains, and makes baby feel loved and secure. Dads are especially welcome!Please contact Deborah Riley at 315-6816/6172 for more information. Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays, Hunter AAF FMWR Bingo!Doors open at 4 pm-Program starts at 1930, Bldg 128, William Barksdale Road.Sat, Sun- Doors open at 1300 for Lightning Bingo. Regular Program starts at 1900. For more information, please call 351-0044. M-F, Mom’s Morning out at Hunter Lanes 10 am –Noon,Moms can enjoy a morning out at Hunter Lanes, building 1280. Pay just $1 per game to bowl. Shoe rental is 75 cents. Call 315-6279for more information. CYSS SKIESUnlimited “1st Tee Golf”Introduction to the game of golf, with a focus on life skills for ages 5-18. Contact Central Registration (315-5425) for moreinformation. Every Tuesday in June, July, & August, Play Morning
1000-1130, Youth Center, HAAF.Children ages 0-36 months and parents (parents must attend) can participate in interactive play which incorporates music, stories,crafts, and of course toys! Includes activities Mommy and/or Daddy can do at home with their child or children. Pleasecontact Deborah Riley 315-6816/6172. Tues., Wed., Thurs., (depending upon class), CYSS SKIESUnlimited Ballet/Tap, Hip Hop or Cheer ClassesMommy & me dance class is offered for children ages 2-4. All other classes are for ages 3-18. Children will enjoy learningthe art of dance, build character and develop their talents. Dance recital will be held in December at the Christmas treelighting. $35 per session. Please call Julie at 315-2089. Tuesday &Thursday, CYSS SKIESUnlimited “Brazilian Jujitsu”Wrestling/Jiu-jitsu program for children 5-18 yrs. Contact Central Registration for more information. $40/month. Tuesday or Wednesday, CYSS SKIESUnlimited “Piano” Open to children ages 6-18.Children will learn to play the piano in private one on one 30 minute sessions. $60/month. Please contact Julie Isaza at315-2089. English as a Second Language registration and class timesFree classes for those wanting to improve their English skills. Mid-session testing and registration is every Tues and Wedfrom 1200-1:30 pm in Room 227, building 100. Beginning courses are offered Tues and Thurs 0900 – 1200. Intermediatecourses are offered Mon and Wed 0800 – 1200, room 227. Faith Pitts, ESL Instructor, 368-7322. Wednesday, CYSS SKIESUnlimited “Tumbling Parent & Me” 10 am – 10:45 am, or 11 am – 11:45 am, at Bldg 1289.Open to children ages 2-4. Children will learn the basics of tumbling while enhancing their muscle strength, balance andcoordination. $25. Please call Julie Isaza at 315-2089 for more information. Every Wednesday, HAAF Chapel Youth Ministry Club Beyond Meetings 6 pm – 8 pm at the Religious Education Center.This is a weekly Club meeting for middle and high school aged military youth to plan activities, have fun and learnpositive lessons based on basic Ministry Principles. The meeting will start in the Chapel Fellowship Hall with a dinnerprovided by the Chapel Staff and then the teenagers will move to the Religious Education Center adjacent to the Chapel.CLUB BEYOND is an Ecumenical Christian Youth Organization. For more information call Charles Archer (315-5934) orJimmy Bryan (344-6612) Every 3rd Wednesday of each Month, MCCW - Military Council of Catholic Women 6 pm, Religious Education Center, Bldg #129.The MCCW is a gathering of Roman Catholic Women as they follow a series of prayers and readings. They discuss andshare their thoughts and ideas in reference to that week’s choice. They share in a meal provided by the CatholicCommunity. Material and supplies are provided. Childcare is also provided for infants to 4 years old. The women areinvited to attend Southeast and National Conferences. They plan yearly retreats and collect donations for the needy andthe less fortunate. For more information, please contact Marilyn Stephens at 355-7276. Every Wednesday, Lunch Bible Study 11:30am – 1:00pm, Hunter Post Chapel Fellowship Hall.All are welcome to attend the Lunch Bible Study, every Wednesday. Coming Home – The study of THE BOOK OFNEHIMIAH! Free lunch will be provided. Please contact the Chapel staff for more information at (912) 315-5515. Third Saturday of Each Month, Free Golf Clinic at Hunter Golf Club 1000-1100, Hunter Golf Club.Looking to improve or looking to play this great game, here is your chance to be part of golf. (1) hour class and isdesigned to be informal, learn to putt, chip, and hit approach shots at your leisure. Please call Tommie McArthur at 315-9115 for more information.