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  1. 1. Viper Friday Flight For 8 April 2011 VIPER HAS ARRIVED ON FACEBOOK! “1st Battalion, 3rd Aviation Regiment” Look us up, and “Like” the Vipers! BASS TOURNAMENT, April 9:Anglers are invited to compete for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place prizes where total weight of five fish maximum wins at the April 9th BassTournament. The catch and release tournament starts at daybreak and goes thru 11 a.m. Location for the tournament has been movedfrom Pine view Lake (Pond 1) to Metz Pond (Pond 26) on Fort Stewart (off Hwy 144 West toward Glennville). Maximum boat entryis 15 boats (2 people per boat). Regular registration is ongoing till April 8, and late registration April 9. There are two fees categories:(1st category) Active Duty Soldiers, Family Members, Retirees, Army Civilians and (2nd category) civilians. All anglers must havevalid GA State & FS/HAAF fishing permit. For fee structure and details, call 315-5163 (Hunter). 24 March – 9 April, 22th Savannah Music FestivalGeorgia’s largest musical arts festival and one of the most distinctive cross-genre festivals in the world. Presents commissioned works,unique and imaginative productions and rare regional appearances by renowned artists in jazz, classical, blues, bluegrass, gospel andother styles of American and international roots music. Vocalists also showcase their talents. Sponsored by the City of Savannah’sDepartment of Cultural Affairs. Please visit www.savannahmusicfestival.org for event locations, directions and prices for specificevents. 9 April, Youth Sponsorship Trip to the Georgia Sea Turtle Center 0830 departureThis event is for CYSS Registered youth grades 4-12. $6/person. Journey into the mysterious world of sea turtles! Learn basicinformation: where they live, what they eat, and their amazing journey from egg to adulthood. Youth will also learn about the naturaland human-associated threats that sea turtles face during their lifetime, and what we can all do to help them. For more information,please call 757-6533. 14 April 2011 Twilight Tattoo Ceremony- Ft Stewart Cottrell Field at 1800 HISTORY of a Twilight Tattoo: “Twilight Tattoo” is a time-honored tradition that blends the precision and discipline of the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment (The Old Guard) with the orchestral sounds of The U.S. Army Band “Pershing’s Own.” The history of Twilight Tattoo began more than 300 years ago as British troops were summoned from the warmth and hospitality of local pubs by a bugle and drum call to return to the barracks. The familiar tune told tavern owners “doe den tap toe,” or “time to turn off the taps.” The troops knew the call to mean “taps off,” and minutes later they were back in their tents. The modern-day call is known as “Tattoo” and during basic training the call signals the time to quiet down and hit the bunks. For the U.S. Army Military District of Washington (MDW), the call serves as a tribute dedicated to the vitality of our nation and to the sacrifices of those who forged America into the land of the free and the home of the brave. It is for our forefathers and fellow Americans that MDW proudly presents “Twilight Tattoo.”The U.S. Army Military District of Washington (MDW) Twilight Tattoo can trace its own history back to the years before World War II. At that time, on the grounds of Fort Myer in Arlington, Va., the 3rd Cavalry Regiment held military shows during the winter months. The Military District of Washington revived the traditional show in 1961 to showcase the talents of its ceremonial units. As Twilight Tattoo grew in popularity, the Army adapted the show, its location and the time of year it was performed to fit the growing needs of the American people. Settling on performances in Washington, D.C., throughout the summer months, has allowed for thousands of audience members to experience the ceremony and pageantry of the United States Army.
  2. 2. “SHRED IT-DONT SHARE IT" Days, April 14:The DPTMS Security Division in partnership with the DPW Environmental Division is once again sponsoring the HAAF "SHRED IT- DONT SHARE IT" Days! Scrutinize Personally Identifiable Information (PII) documents; protect yourself and your FamilyMembers from Identity Theft - SHRED IT! No appointment required. Turn-in for shredding: Hunter Army Airfield at the PX ParkingLot, 9am-3pm, April 14. Questions may be referred to the DPTMS Security Division 767-8613. Recycling Round Up! April 14th from 9 am – 3 pm, at the HAAF PX Parking Lot Please bring all of your: Plastic Bottles, Cardboard, Magazines, Appliances, Aluminum Cans, Grills, Clothes, Paints, Bicycles, Toys, Lawnmowers, Hazardous Wastes, Used Oil, Pesticides, Cleaning Supplies, Electronics and Batteries down to be recycled. For more information, please call 767-6573/8880. Military Appreciation Day at Chatham County Aquatic Center April 16th from 1200 to 1800Located at 7240 Sallie Mood Drive, Savannah, GA 31405. In order to show the Military how much they are appreciated, MilitaryPersonnel and Families will be able to utilize and enjoy the pools at no charge with photo id on this day. FRG Meeting Extended CareBeginning 18 April 2011, Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield will be doing extended care FRG meetings only on Tuesdays andThursdays. Anyone needing these services will need to contact their FRSA to make sure childcare is provided.Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield will no longer provide the extended care on Mon-days and Wednesdays. Please call 315-5425. Spring Education Forums at HAAFThe purpose of this forum is to allow Soldiers, Family Members and Educators to articulate issues and offer suggestions about theeducation of military connected students will be held from 0830-1245 on 26 April at the Hunter Club. The forum focuses on theeducational needs of students enrolled in public, private and DoDEA schools. Parents are needed to discuss issues and possiblesolutions in proactive, upbeat discussion groups. Those who cannot be at the forum can make comments and suggestions through theSchool Liaison Offices web site link found on the lower left-hand side of the Team Stewart home page. Parents also can contact theSchool Liaison Office’s at 912- 315-6586 (Hunter) to sign up as participants. Concerns and suggestions produced by the HAAF forumwill be presented to area school system superintendents at the close of this event.Schedule of Events:0830-0840 Welcome by LTC Aguilar0845-1145 Breakout group sessions (public/private schools)1115-1145 Prep Briefs1145-1200 Brief of top issues to Superintendent/Command and close out1215-1245 Community Tour of the New Pulaski Elementary School (currently under construction on Perimeter Road). AdvanceRSVP is required for the tour of Pulaski ES. Please RSVP to 912-315-6586 or autry.mcgary@us.army.mil Stories, Music and Imagery-A Doorway to a Child’s Self Esteem Project is sponsored in part by the Arts Ashore Legacy Fund c/o The Savannah CommunityFoundation, Inc. April is the month of the Military Child. In preparation for the celebration, a special 7 week program of stories, musicand imagery will be offered for children between the ages of 6-10, giving them new skills to cope with the stress of deploymentthrough music inspired creativity. All Children welcome.Location: Live Oak Public Libraries, Southwest Chatham Branch, Located behind the Savannah MallProgram dates: Saturdays, 2-3 p.m. April 9, 16, 23, & 30.For more information contact Elizabeth Jacobi at 912-598-2118 or email ejacobi@musicmedicine.org Hunter AAF Easter Egg Hunt April 23rd from 10 am – 2 pm, Squires Sports Complex.Families are invited to come out and enjoy games, crafts, inflatables, pictures with the Easter Bunny, Easter eggs, andmore. This is a FREE Event for all Hunter AAF Families. Easter Week Chapel Services at Hunter AAF Main ChapelCatholic Services-17 April at 0900, Palm Sunday Service21 April at 1900, Holy Thursday Service22 April at 1145 and 1900, Good Friday Service
  3. 3. 23 April at 1900, Easter Vigil24 April at 1100, Easter Sunday ServiceProtestant Services-17 April at 0900, Palm Sunday Service24 April at 0700 Easter Sunrise Service on the Chapel Lawn24 April at 0900, Easter Sunday Morning Worship Service 24 April, Easter Brunch 10:30 – 13:30 at the Hunter ClubCome join us for our famous breakfast items, Omelets made to order, brown sugar glazed baked ham, citrus glazed Cornish hens, beefburgundy with pearl onions, sweet potato soufflé, fresh green beans almandine, roasted rosemary new bliss potatoes, roasted corn withsweet peppers, peach and cheese crepes, salad station., chocolate fountain, dessert station, and mimosas. Children ages 4 and underare FREE.Advanced sale prices-SGT and above & Civilians- Adults $12.95; Children 5-10 $6.45SPC and Below- Adults $10.95; Children 5-10 $5.45At the Door PricesSGT and Above & Civilians- Adults $14.95; Children ages 5-10 $7.45SPC and Below- Adults $12.95; Children 5-10 $6.45 Soles 4 Souls One WalkOn May 14, people are rallying across the country to walk or run for children in need around the world. You can walk on your own,with a team or start your own team for the OneWalk mission. 100% net revenue from the registration fee is dedicated to helpingdeliver shoes to one of the 300 million children and untold adults around the world without shoes. Every dollarraised provides one pair of shoes. How does it work? Well, OneWalk is your walk: you decided where; you decide how long.Invited friends and start a team, get co-workers together or just hit the road by yourself. It doesn’t matter. It’s allfor the shoes anyways! How to get started: Individuals can register by visitingwww.soles4souls.org/get_involved/onewalk.html. Decide where and how long you want to walk for. Let us know you are on board by visiting our Facebook tab and write on our wall. You’ll receive a registration package with a custom t-shirt and other gift in the mail, three weeks prior to the walk day. Individual registration is $25. Teamscan register by visiting the same website and following the link for Teams. Set up a fundraising page in your teamname and encourage friends, family, and co-workers to register on your team page. A minimum donation of $25will be required by each of your team members to be registered. As a Team Leader, you will receive a custom t-shirt and allregistrants will receive a standard t-shirt. All registrants will receive a complete registration package. FREE ACS SELF DEFENSE CLASSApril 18: The Army Community Service Family Advocacy Program will conduct a free Self Defense Class for women, ages 18 andup, in honor of April’s Sexual Assault Awareness Month. It will be held on Fort Stewart at Caro Gym 9 a.m. to Noon, April 2; and atTominac Fitness Center 6-8:30 p.m. Apr. 18 on Hunter Army Airfield. To find out about all upcoming events and classes, contactACS at 767-5058 on Fort Stewart, or 315-6816 on Hunter. SABAN MILITARY WIFE EDUCATIONAL SCHOLARSHIP OFFERED:Operation Homefront is awarding 22 scholarships totaling up to $237,500. They are offered to wives of uniformed service members toattend various vocational training programs in the medical field. The awards will be based on the applicants response to the essayquestion and her commitment to volunteerism. Applications will be accepted starting March 1. Applications must be postmarked nolater than May 1. Detailed information on eligibility and application requirements can be found atwww.operationhomefront.net/highlights.aspx?id=9431 . HENRY HANK" WHITE SCHOLARSHIP AVAILABLEApplications are now available for the $1000 Henry "Hank" White Scholarship for Active Duty Military. Information about thecriteria, application, procedures and selection procedures are listed on the application. Applications can be picked up at the SFC PaulR. Smith Education Center. For more information about the Henry White Scholarship, contact Derrick Taylor at 435-0319 orderrick.taylor@us.army.mil. Applications must be postmarked NLT than April 25. Send applications to the Henry Hank WhiteScholarship, P.O. Box 97, Hinesville, GA 31310.. April 15th is approaching quickly! HAAF Tax Office Marne Tax Centers are Open: The Marne Tax Centers at Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield are open now through April 15. The center is open to Active Duty Soldiers, Family Members, and retirees. The tax center provides FREE tax preparation services for both Federal and State returns. The
  4. 4. tax preparers are IRS trained and certified and ready to prepare your returns. Taxpayers should bring ALL required documentation tothe tax center, including any W2s, 1099s, 1098s, etc. They should also bring their military ID and a copy of their Social Security cardor a memo from the Social Security Administration for the taxpayer, the spouse, and any dependents. Space is limited at the tax centerfacility. Returns can be prepared while you wait or as a drop-off; in each case, you will need to bring all documents and be in-processed by our staff. Drop-off returns may take 3-4 business days to process and you will need to return to the tax center to signyour return before it can be filed. Hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. Staffing may be limited during the lunchperiod from 11:45 to 12:30. There are two locations: Fort Stewart: Bldg. 709 (next to Popeyes) and HAAF: Bldg. 1211 (LegalAssistance Bldg.). For more information, stop by the tax center or call 767-1040 (Stewart) or 315-3675 (HAAF).This Week/WeekendApril Classes and Events9 April, 0700-1300: Fishing Tournament for 3rd ID Wounded Warriors (Lake Mayer, Savannah)9 April, 0830-1645: Sea Turtle Trip-Youth Sponsorship Trip (GA Sea Turtle Center, Jekyll Island)11 April, 0900-1200: MRT Module 1 Resilience (Units 1&2) (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)12 & 26 April, 0900-1030: Financial Planning for PCS (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)12 April, 1300-1430: Hearts Apart (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)13, 20 & 27 April, 0900-1100: Before Baby Arrives (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)13, 20 & 27 April, 1400- 1600: Infant Care (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)13 & 27 April, 0900-1100: Living on a Plan- How to Create a Budget that Works (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)13 April, 0900- 1130: FRG Key Caller Training (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)14 April, 0900-1400: Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself/Key to Managing Stress (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)14 & 21April, 1300- 1500: The Five Love Languages (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)15 April, 1100: 3rd ID Change of Command Ceremony (Cottrell Field, FS)15 April, 1800: Take Back the Night Walk (New Gannam Community Center)15 April, 1900: Savannah Sand Gnats’ Home Opener (Grayson Stadium, Savannah)18 April, 0900-1200: Module 2 Building Mental Toughness (Unit 1) (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)18 April, 1100-1300: Foreign-Born Spouses Support Group (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)18 April, 1800- 2030: Women’s Self-Defense Awareness Class (for females 18&up) (Tominac Fitness Center, HAAF)19 April, 0900-1100: 4 Steps to a Better Job (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)19 April, 0900-1100: Commander/1SG FRG Training Course (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)20 April, 0900-1100: Keeping Your Bank Account in Check (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)20 April, (A) 1300-1400 (H) 1430-1530: Overseas Briefing: Alaska & Hawaii (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)21 April, 0900-1100: Interviewing Workshop (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)21 April, 0930-1100: Newcomer’s Windshield Bus Tour (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)25 April, 0900-1200: Module 2 Building Mental Toughness (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)26 April, 1400-1600: Baby Bootcamp for Dads (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)27 April, 1300-1530: Families Achieving Communication Tactics for success (F.A.C.T.S.) Workshop: Everyone has an Opinion (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)28 April, 0900-1100: Thrift Savings Plan (Hunter, ACS, bldg 1286)*Infant Massage (3 sessions) and Families in Action (3 sessions) are classes by appointment only.Resume Writing Workshop- Need help starting or updating your resume? This class offers instruction on formats,components, and the production and distribution of a resume.10 Tools for Your Parenting Toolbox- This workshop teaches parents of children ages 5-12 effective ways to use positivediscipline techniques that work. You will learn how to improve communication with your children, how to handle problems as theyarise, and how to encourage your children to be their very best.Scream Free Parenting is the principle-based relationship approach that will move parents beyond many of the child-focused,technique-based approaches that ultimately fail. Scream Free Parenting compels you to instead focus on your own behavior for thebenefit of your children. For more information, please contact Deborah Riley at 315-6916.Volunteer Management Training: Welcoming and Orienting Volunteers- Learn tips for a successful volunteerscreening process, placement of volunteers, and how a thorough orientation for volunteers can capture their emotional commitment tothe mission of the organization and give them a sense of belonging.Overseas Briefings: Korea & Germany- Learn about your new duty station, receive a packet of information, and learn aboutservices to help make your move a smooth one. Family Members are highly encouraged to attend with their Soldier.
  5. 5. Resumix (Insiders Tips) for Federal Jobs- Learn how to input your resume in the Federal government’s electronic resumesystem, search for jobs, and track the status of your application. Participants will also learn strategies on how to maximize theeffectiveness of their resumes.FRG Treasurer Training (Basic and Advanced) - This all day training event that will cover Basic and Advanced FRGTreasurer and Funds Training. Topics will include regulatory guidance, setting up an FRG Informal Fund account, and commandersresponsibilities. Advanced training will detail the supplemental FRG fund account and how to access and prepare for the yearly fundsaudit. Training is designed for FRG Treasurers, Commanders, Rear D Commanders, and Advisors.Module 1 Resilience (Units 1 & 2) - Resiliency Training is to assist Family Members to become more resilient and to able toface adversity. Module 1, Units 1 & 2- Unit 1, Resilience is an overview of the entire MRT course. Self-awareness, Self-regulation,Optimism, Mental Agility, Strengths of Character, and Connection are competencies that contribute to resilience. Unit 2, Hunt theGood Stuff, helps you notice positive experiences in order to enhance gratitude and positivity and enable optimism.Module 2 Building Mental Toughness (Unit 1) - Module 2, Unit 1- The ATC Model- Activating Events, Thoughts andConsequences: Resiliency Training to assist Family Members to become more resilient and to able to face adversity. This unit helpsyou to identify your thoughts about an event and the consequences of those thoughts so you can have greater control over youremotions and reactions.Module 2 Building Mental Toughness (Units 2 & 3) - Module 2, Units 2 & 3- Avoid Thinking Traps and DetectingIcebergs: Resiliency Training is to assist Family Members to become more resilient and to able to face adversity. These units help youto identify and correct counterproductive patterns in thinking through the use of critical questions. It also helps you to identify deepbeliefs and core values that fuel out-of proportion emotion and evaluate the accuracy and usefulness of these beliefs.Financial Planning for PCS- Ease the financial burden of your next move! Learn how to plan for the expenses of a move whiletrying to keep up with your normal bills before, during, and after a Permanent Change of Station (PCS). We can help you avoid someof the pitfalls associated with moving. Participants will also learn about their entitlements and military benefits to help with the PCS.Before Baby Arrives- This is a course designed to foster strong bonds between both parents and their unborn child. It course alsogives pregnant women the tools to have a healthy lifestyle and ultimately, a healthy baby.Infant Care- Are you a parent with a newborn? This hands-on workshop will provide and strengthen basic skills that are vital fornewborn care.Hearts Apart- This is a support group for any Spouse of a Soldier deployed on a remote assignment far from home. Children arewelcome to participate or just come to have fun!Living On A Plan: How to Create a Budget That Works- Are you out of money before or shortly after getting paid?This class will walk you through the steps of how to create and maintain a personal budget that will really work for you. When youleave the class, you will be able to evaluate your present financial situation, establish personal/family goals, and develop a personalfinancial plan just for your life.FRG Key Caller Training- Designed for new or seasoned FRG Key Callers, this training covers Key Caller duties,communicating with Family Members, dispelling rumors, handling crisis calls, and how the Key Caller fits into a successful FamilyReadiness Group.Check Yourself Before You Wreck Yourself/Key to Managing Stress- This full day workshop teaches the skills toidentify your stress triggers and methods to manage your emotions. Also, participants will learn positive communication techniquesfor dealing with anger and stress.The Five Love Languages -This two-part class for couples teaches practical ways to communicate their love to their spouse.Start by learning the five "love languages" and then identify your own love language style and that of your partner Once you havedetermined your individual love-language styles, your relationship can be enriched by practicing communicating in your partners lovelanguage.
  6. 6. Foreign-Born Spouses Support Group- Members from various cultures and countries join other spouses to network, discussthe American way of life, develop friendships, and learn about the many resources available to make your new life experiencepositive.4 Steps to a Better Job- This class covers the critical parts of the job search to include self assessment, resume writing (civilianand federal styles), interviewing, and job search techniques.Keeping Your Bank Account in Check- Do you find yourself in the hole with your account month after month due to all ofthe fees that the bank charges you? You will leave this class with the skills and a working knowledge of: how to select a financialinstitution to meet personal needs, using ATM and debit cards, the consequences of non-sufficient fund (NSF) checks, overdraftprotection, and planning and implementing separate Family financial accounts for such situations as deployments and TDYs.Overseas Briefings: Alaska & Hawaii- Learn about your new duty station, receive a packet of information, and learn aboutservices to help make your move a smooth one. Family Members are highly encouraged to attend with their Soldier.Interviewing Workshop- Do you know the proper way to prepare yourself for a job interview? This class offers helpfulinformation on how to prepare and conduct yourself during and after an interview. A mock interview will also be given by local areaemployer.Newcomers Windshield Bus Tour- Take a tour of HAAF and learn about your new community and the many programs &services available to you. Bus departs from the ACS-Hunter, Bldg. 1286.Baby Bootcamp for Dads- Dads challenge the stereotype by joining this interactive class for men who are expecting a baby orhave children up to age 2. This is also a great way to network with other fathers, build confidence in your ability to parent, andenhance your nurturing side.Families Achieving Communication Tactics for Success (F.A.C.T.S.) Workshop- This communication workshopfor couples is to reinforce listening skills, identifies barriers that hinder communication, the examines the effects of nonverbalmessages, and more.ACS online registration, classes & newsletterACS online class registration, class descriptions, times, and locations are available on the Team Stewart website located atwww.stewart.army.mil/DMWR/acs.Ongoing Events:FITNESS: Classes are now $3.00 for one session or $25 for ten sessionsZumba Fitness Class, Tominac Fitness Center, HAAF, Mondays at 11:45am and Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30pmCome party yourself into shape! This Latin-inspired, easy-to-follow, calorie burning, dance fitness-party. Come join theparty, feel the music and let loose! For more information, please call Cassandra McCarley at (334) 655-7048 or visitcasey@bodyshockit.com.BodyShock Yoga, Tominac Fitness Center, Mondays at 6:00pm and Tuesdays at 10:15amWater Aerobics, Tominac Fitness Center, HAAF, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 9:30amBodyShock Bootcamp, Tominac Fitness Center, HAAF, Wednesdays at 11:45am and Fridays at 4:00pmBody Shock Kickbox, Tominac Fitness Center, HAAF, Wednesdays at 6:00pm and Thursdays at 10:15amPower Yogalates (Yoga + Pilates), Tominac Fitness Center, HAAF, Fridays at 11:45amCycle X Fitness Class, Tominac Fitness Center, HAAF, Saturdays at 10:15am Take your cardio to the next level of fitness.Push your body to the edge, prepare to experience a new terrain in indoor cycling! For more information, please callCassandra McCarley at (334) 655-7048.Chicago Style Dance, Tominac Fitness Center, HAAF, Sundays at 4:00pmMondays, Zumba Fitness Class9:30am, Tuesdays at 5:30 pm- at Tominac Fitness Center. Come party yourself into shape! This Latin-inspired, easy-to-follow, calorie burning, dance fitness-party. Come join the party, feel the music and let loose! For more information, please callCassandra McCarley at (334) 655-7048 or visit casey@bodyshockit.com
  7. 7. Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays, Hunter AAF FMWR Bingo!Doors open at 1600- 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 Lanes10-12:00, Moms can enjoy a morning out at Hunter Lanes, building 1280. Pay just $1 per game to bowl. Shoe rental is 75 cents. Call315-6279 for more information.Every Tuesday in Feb & March, Play Morning! 10:00-11:30 at the 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. For more information,please contact Deborah Riley at 315-6816.Tuesdays, CYSS SKIESUnlimited “Baby Sign Language” 11:00-11:30 or 1145-1215, at Bldg 1289.Open to all children ages 6-18 months. $25/4 classes. For more information, please contact Julie Isaza at 315-2089.CYSS SKIESUnlimited “1st Tee Golf”Introduction to the game of golf, with a focus on life skills for ages 5-18. Contact Central Registration for more information.Tues., Wed., Thurs., (depending upon class), CYSS SKIESUnlimited Ballet/Tap, Hip Hop or Cheer Dance ClassesMommy & me dance class is offered for children ages 2-4. All other classes are for ages 3-18. Children will enjoy learning the art ofdance, build character and develop their talents. Dance recital will be held in December at the Christmas tree lighting. $35 persession. 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 willlearn to play the piano in private one on one 30 minute sessions. $60/month. Please contact Julie Isaza at 315-2089.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 Wed from 1200-1330 in Room 227, building 100. Beginning courses are offered Tues and Thurs 0900 – 1200. Intermediate courses are offered Monand Wed 0800 – 1200, room 227. Faith Pitts, ESL Instructor, 368-7322.Wednesday, CYSS SKIESUnlimited “Tumbling Parent & Me” 1000-1045 or 1100-1145, 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 learn positive lessonsbased on basic Ministry Principles. The meeting will start in the Chapel Fellowship Hall with a dinner provided by the Chapel Staffand then the teenagers will move to the Religious Education Center adjacent to the Chapel. CLUB BEYOND is an EcumenicalChristian Youth Organization. For more information call Charles Archer (315-5934) or Jimmy Bryan (344-6612)Every 3rd Wednesday of each Month, 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 and share theirthoughts and ideas in reference to that week’s choice. They share in a meal provided by the Catholic Community. Material andsupplies are provided. Childcare is also provided for infants to 4 years old. The women are invited to attend Southeast and NationalConferences. They plan yearly retreats and collect donations for the needy and the less fortunate. For more information, pleasecontact Marilyn Stephens at 355-7276.HAAF Protestant Women of the Chapel (PWOC) Bible Study. Every Thursday, from 10:00- Noon. At the HAAF ChapelSanctuary. All Women of the Hunter AAF Community are welcome to attend! This year’s PWOC International Theme is “Shine inthe light of His Glory”. (Isaiah 60:1-2, Matthew 5:13-16). Come out to strengthen your relationship with God and enjoy thefellowship of other women. There will be a casual lunch served. Please bring a dish to pass. There is Free on-site childcare and home-school activities available. If you have any questions, please contact Rachel at (843) 263-5812.
  8. 8. Spin X Fitness Class 0930 on Saturdays, at the Tominac Fitness Center. Take your cardio to the next level fitness. Pushyour body to the edge; prepare to experience a new terrain in indoor cycling! For more information, please call Cassandra McCarleyat (334) 655-7048.Every 1st and 3rd Sunday afternoon, HAAF Chapel Youth Ministry Team Meetings1:00 – 3:00 p.m., at the Religious Education Center. Meets to plan activities and learn positivelessons based on basic Ministry Principles to help develop their futures. There are also monthly activities suchas lock-ins, post/community service projects, and special trips. For more information, please call CharlesArcher at 315-5934. Family Child Care Homes (FCC)Ages served: 4 weeks - 12 yearsArmy Family Child Care Homes (FCC) are available both on- and off-post through childcare providers who are independentcontractors certified through extensive on-going training and monitoring by the Army. FCC Homes provide full-day, part-day andhourly care for children in a home environment where children can develop motor, cognitive, social and emotional skills through abalance of exploration and planned curriculum. Learning activities are designed to support the natural development of children andinclude individual and small group experiences.www.huntermwr.com/index.php/child_youth_school_servicesTo find available FCC Providers use link above.Southside area FCC Provider Petrina Newsome currently has available slots.Home Number: (912)335-2655Cell Phone Number: (317)748-0635e-mail Address: petrinanewsome@yahoo.comHours: 0600 to 1800 (In the event that any of the soldiers need care during different time frames, please have them contact me, as myhours are flexible.)