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2012 MWR Spring Event Catalog

  1. 1. 2 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  2. 2. Directorate of Family and Morale, 4 Outdoor Recreation Center Welfare & Recreation Rock Wall, Skeet & Trap, Marina Bldg. (785)Director 253 239-3467 6 CYSSDeputy Director 253 239-3467 Child Care,Youth Sports & Activities Spring Guide ContentsAsst. Director for Family Programs 253 239-3467Fax 253 239-8333 11 ACSAdmin. & Operations 253 239-3506 Have a problem? We’re here to help!Marketing 253 239-2179Financial Mgmt NAF 253 239-2369 16 Custer Hill Golf Course Membership Drive, Driving RangeChild, Youth & School ServicesCoordinator 6620 239-9173 19 HabaneroParent Central 6620 239-9885 Coffee Bar, Breakfast & LunchSchool Liaison Officer 6620 240-32611st Division CDC 4012 239-9011 20 Warrior ZoneWarren CDC 6950 239-4744 Family & MWR Headquarters Online Gaming, Pool, FoodForsyth CDC 2410 239-4846 253 Cameron Ave.Forsyth East CDC 2420 240-5820 Main Post 21 BOSSWhitside CDC 676 239-4978 Fort Riley, KS 66442 Better OpportunitiesWarren East CDC 6981 240-0822 785-239-3467Outreach Services 6620 239-9850 for Single SoldiersFamily Child Care 6620 239-4313 Produced by the MWR Marketing Department: 24 Arts & Crafts CenterMiddle School & Teen Center 5800 239-9222 Marketing ChiefYouth Sports 6620 239-9223 Woodshop, Framing & Matting Melissa KinneySchool Age Services 5810 239-9220SKIES 2420 240-5821 27 Automotive Skills Center Senior Graphic Designer Car Wash, Auto Classes, TowingArmy Community Service Chris DumlerChief/ACSO 7264 239-9435 28 Rally Point BingoFax 7264 239-9548 Junior Graphic Designer Bingo, Comedy ShowsVolunteer Programs/AFAP/AFTB 7285 239-9435 Tanya GonzalezSurvivor Outreach Services 510 240-7450 29 Library-Survivor Outreach Services After Hours 221-8595 Management Trainee Story Time, Movie NightMobilization & Personal Readiness 7285 239-9435 Joel MillerFinancial Services/AER 7264 239-9435 29 Special EventsFamily Advocacy 7264 239-9435 Marketing Assistant Easter Egg Hunt, Great Escapes-24/7 Victim Advocate Emergency 307-1373 Laura DillonRelocation Program 7264 239-9435 30 Custer Hill Bowling CenterWomen, Infants & Children 7264 239-5730 Marketing Assistant Pro Shop, Daily Specials, LoungeACS Annex Camp Forsyth 1020 240-0663 Carla HesleyResiliency Learning Center 7285 239-9435 34 Leisure Travel CenterSoldier and Family Assistance Center 674 239-8430 Commercial Sponsorship Coordinator Vacation Planning, Event TicketsParent Support/EFMP 7264 239-9435 Dawn McCarthyEmployment Readiness 7264 239-9435 38 Community EventsMilitary Family Life Consultants 7264 239-9435 Commercial Sponsorship Coordinator See what’s going on off post!-Military Family Life After Hours 221-9483 Kevin KouriKansas State Research Extension 7285 239-9991 39 Riley’s Conference Center Catering Service, Event HostingBusiness OperationsBusiness Operations Chief 253 239-2544 40 SportsRally Point Bingo 2600 784-5434 Sports, Fitness, Massage, AquaticsCuster Hill Bowling Center 7485 239-4366 To advertise in this quarterly publication:Custer Hill Golf Course 5202 784-6000 Contact the Commercial SponsorshipRiley’s Conference Center 446 784-1000 Coordinators at 785-239-8161.Habanero 8067 240-2782 Directory of Advertisers: Page CenturyLink 2Warrior Zone 7867 240-6618 The Family & MWR Guide is an authorized, AA Self Storage 5 official quarterly magazine for Family and Morale, Quantico Tactical 5Recreation Welfare and Recreation activities within Fort Riley. USA Discounters 15Recreation Chief 253 239-2612 Contents are not necessarily the official views of or Manhattan Chamber 18BOSS President 7867 239-2677 Omni 18Outdoor Recreation 9011 239-2363 endorsed by the U.S. Government, the Department Briggs 18Arts & Crafts 6918 239-9205 of Defense, or the Fort Riley Command. Printed Self Assured Storage 22USO 6918 240-5328 circulation is 10,000. The appearance of advertising in K-State University 22Auto Skills 7753 239-9764 this publication does not constitute endorsement by Meritrust 23 Picerne 25Library 5306 239-5305 the Department of the Army or the Fort Riley Morale, Advanced Prop Management 25Leisure Travel Center 6918 239-5614 Welfare, and Recreation Fund. Everything advertised Dick Edwards 26 shall be made available for purchase, use or patronage Central Michigan University 33Sports & Fitness without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national TCT Country 33Sports Director 202 239-2172 COX 37 origin, age, marital status, physical handicap, politicalKing Field House 202 239-3868 C. L. Hoover Opera House 42Leonard Fitness Center 7632 239-5771 affiliation, or any other non-merit factor on the Little Apple Toyota/Honda 42Long Fitness Center 8069 239-4684 purchaser, user or patron. If a violation or rejection Rolling Hills Wildlife 43Eyster Swimming Pool 6940 239-4854 of this equal opportunity is confirmed, MWR shall Armed Forces Insurance 43 Sprint 44Main Post Pool 448 239-6972 refuse to accept advertising from that source until theCuster Hill Pool 7465 239-5860 violation is corrected. The information in this issue isRobinson Fitness Center 7832 239-4480 current at time of publication. Activities and events areCraig Fitness Center 7024 239-5562 subject to change. For confirmation, please call the host facility or program.www.rileymwr.com Spring Guide 2012 · 3
  3. 3. 9011 RIFLE RANGE RD. 785-239-2363/6368 Thu-Mon, 9am-5pm | Tue & Wed, 9am-1pm (Summer Hours Starting Mar 16) Closed on all Federal Holidays Drop by Outdoor Recreation to find out how to shake off those winter blues. We offer a wide variety of programs and trips so call, visit www.rileymwr.com, or drop by to find out how we can assist you. We offer a wide variety of tents, campers, trailers, boats, bikes, camping items, inflatable bounce houses and much more. We also offer special event packages that makes planning a party that much easier. Don’t forget about our paintball packages and climbing wall! UPCOMING EVENTS FEELIN’ LUCKY FORT RILEY OUTDOOR KIDS KANSAS SAFETY BOATERS COURSE PAINTBALL TOURNAMENT Apr 1-30 Apr 26 & 28 or May 17 & 19 Mar 17 Fort Riley youth and their parents/ $5 per person $20 per person (5 person teams) guardians are invited to set aside the video The Kansas Boaters Card is now Celebrate St. Patty’s Day in a whole new game and TV controller to get outside and required to rent or operate a motorized way! Paint it up with your friends and experience the wonders of the natural boat at the Fort Riley Marina. This course Family at Outdoor Recreation. All world.You will be provided with a list of will consist of two days, one in the equipment and supplies are provided or activities from which you pick 5 or more classroom and the other on the water. The utilize your own equipment. To sign up (special prize for the most) to accomplish classroom section will be Thursday from or for additional information drop by the with your children. The program will 5:30-9:30pm. The hands-on water section Outdoor Recreation Center or call culminate in an award ceremony at Fort will be Saturday from 8:30am-3:30pm. 785-239-2363/2271. Riley Marina’s Fun in the Sun event where we will recognize the participants. FORT RILEY MARINA SKEET & TRAP INTRO CLINIC FUN IN THE SUN Mar-May SKEET & TRAP SHOOTING LEAGUE May 5, 10am-3pm $11 per person Apr 11-May 16, Wednesdays, 6-8pm Free (to DoD cardholders and dependants) Learn the basics of shooting trap. Class $60 per person Outdoor Recreation will be hosting is the first Thursday of the month from Round up your 5 person team. Included the second annual Fort Riley Marina Fun 5-6pm. Limited spots available, call to in the cost is a free T-shirt. Prizes will be in the Sun day. We will provide free food, reserve your appointment today. awarded for the top team. inflate a couple of playstations, offer a variety of games and the marina will APRIL FOWLS DAY SHOOT FAMILY CANOE TRIP provide some free watercraft use. Grab the Apr 1 Apr 22 & May 19 Family for some much needed fun in the $10 your gun/ammo $15 per person sun after a cold winter. $22 w/range gun/ammo Grab your friends and Families, pack a Reverse Skeet and Wacky Trap are the lunch and join the staff of Outdoor Rec. games on the agenda. Prizes will be for a Family fun canoe trip. The route will awarded for the top shooters. be determined by water levels. Other trips, services, and activities are available. Just call or stop by for details. Advanced registration is required for all trips. All times/dates are subject to change. 785-239-9058 Wed-Fri, 11am-6pm | Sat & Sun, 10am-5pm (Apr-Oct) Open to the public | Weather Permitting The Fort Riley Skeet & Trap Range is entering its third year of operation. We are offering new programs and classes so keep your eyes open. Bring out your own gun or borrow a range gun. PRICING: Use your gun/ammo $5 per round Use range gun/ammo $11 per round4 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  4. 4. OPENING APRIL 276) 785-463-LAKE (5253) OR 785-307-3798 WEATHER PERMITTING Fri & Mon, 11am-7pm Sat & Sun, 7am-Sunset Services available to Active Duty, National Guard, Reservists, Retired, DoD Civilians and Families The Marina is located on Milford Lake and has over 20 watercraft available for rent; including pontoons, fishing boats, jet skis, and ski boats. Come out and enjoy a day at the lake. The Marina has pavilions for rent, a playground for the children, and boat slips for easy access to our rentable watercraft. WATERCRAFT 1HR 4HRS 8HRS Pontoon $28 $89 $156 Fishing Boat $20 $55 $90 Ski Boat $30 $105 $190 Jet Skis $35 $125 NA V-Bottom 9.9 hp $10 $35 $50 Kayak $5 $8 $14 Water Skis or Tube NA $5 $10 Equipment Rental prices do not include fuel. The Kansas State Boater’s Safety Course is required to rent a motorized boat or you must have a NASBLA approved card/certificate. For information about the course visit www.kdwp. ks.us/news/Boating/Boating-Education. Jet ski rentals require an additional safety review and a mandatory test will have to be passed by all patrons. All are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. No reservations will be accepted. Multiple boats will not be issued to one customer. Each boat rented must be to a Boater Safety Card holder. (The customer who rents a boat may be held financially liable for items that are lost, damaged, or destroyed by causes other than fair wear and tear.) Marina property is for personal use only to the person it is issued. Customers will not allow unauthorized persons to use or operate government property. For more information, call or stop by the Outdoor Recreation Center 785-239-2363 or 785-307-3798. www.rileymwr.com Spring Guide 2012 · 5
  5. 5. PARENT CENTRAL ARMY FAMILY COVENANT Your first stop for all Child,Youth & (AFC) CYSS INITIATIVES School Services (CYSS) is Parent Central. You must present a copy of deployment Registration is required to participate in any orders (with spouse’s name) in order to CYSS Service. Annual registration fees are receive any of the AFC discounts in addition currently waived (until further notice) and to being registered with Parent Central. CYSS registration may be transferred to a Initiatives include: new duty station upon PCS. Parent Central’s •20% monthly discount is available for new hours are: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm. Walk-in children of deployed Soldiers for full-time registrations are Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm, and part-day fees. appointments are also available. For •$100 in FREE sports registrations perCYSS DIRECTORY additional information, please child per Family per deployment. ThisParent Central call 785-239-9885. includes soccer, baseball, basketball, flag785-239-9885 football, and volleyball programs.Family Child Care WebTrac! •$300 in FREE instructional (SKIES) classes785-239-4313 WebTrac! is now available for CYSS patrons per child for maximum duration of eightOutreach Services to make payments, as well as enroll in Youth weeks each. Regular fees will apply after785-239-9850 Sports programs. Customers currently in the eight weeks.Youth Sports our database will receive their WebTrac! User •16 hours of free hourly care per month is785-239-9223/9200 ID and password upon request via the e-mail available to children of deployed sponsors.School Liaison address we have on file. New customers Hourly care is located at Warren East CDC785-240-3261/785-239-1648 may sign up by going to the WebTrac! link and SAC.6620 Normandy Dr. located on the DFMWR website, •FREE hourly Saturday care is available upSchool of Knowledge, Inspiration, www.rileymwr.com to 90 days after the Soldier returns.Exploration, and Skills (SKIES) FREE Saturday Hourly Care:785-240-5821 CYSS Hourly Care Mar 3 Apr 7 & May 5, 7-11pm2420 H St. Hourly care is open from 7:30am-5pm, Mar 10 & May 12, 9am-1pm Mon-Fri at Warren East CDC and SAC. The FREE Weekday Hourly Care:1st Division CDC hourly rate is $4.00 per hour Reservations785-239-9011 Mar 13 & 27, Apr 10 & 24, May 8 & 224012 1st Division Rd. can be made up to 30 days in advance by 6:30-8:30pm calling Warren East CDC at 785-240-0822 Be sure to make your reservations inWarren CDC or SAC at 785-239-9220. Families can use advance at Warren East CDC or SAC.785-239-4744/9935/9929 the hourly care program up to 20 hours per Saturday care includes a lunch at 11:30am.6950 Warren Rd. week, per child. All reservations are on a Patrons may also utilize an hourly rate toWarren East CDC first-come, first-serve basis. We make every take advantage of Weekday and Saturday785-240-0822/0821 effort to accommodate hourly care needs. care. Weekday care is free for Families6981 Warren Rd. FREE hourly care is available for the participating in FRG’s. children of deployed Soldiers. Refer to theForsyth CDC Army Family Covenant (AFC) Initiatives for785-239-4846/4848 details. Reservation required.2410 Saddlehorn Rd. CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERSForsyth East CDC Play Pals Playgroup The Army provides care in a Multi-Age785-240-5820/5822 Every Mon 9-11am group setting. Each classroom enrolls2420 H St. 6620 Normandy Dr. BLDG B children with a minimum age span of 18 Reservations recommended but not months. The concept of the Multi-AgeWhitside CDC required (space available without reservations).785-239-4978 classroom is to provide a Family style Call 239-9885 for additional information. environment where the children learn from676 Warrior Rd. and nurture each other. ChildrenMiddle School & Teen Center (MST) experience fewer transitions while in the785-239-9222 Multi-Age child care setting, giving them5800 Thomas Ave. OUTREACH SERVICES The Parent Advisory Council (PAC) more time to bond with their primarySchool Age Center (SAC) Mar 15, Apr 19, May 17, 4:30-5:45pm caregiver. Children also benefit widely785-239-9220 Parent Central, 6620 Normandy Dr. from interacting with classmates who are5810 Thomas Ave. Participation in the Parent Advisory older and younger, learning important Council (PAC) allows patrons to provide principles of citizenship, relationships, support, input and ideas to CYSS. respect, patience, and self-esteem. Utilizing Participating patrons can receive points a creative curriculum, our approach towards a 10% discount on their childcare balances both teacher-directed and fee. Additional details apply. For additional child-initiated learning, with an emphasis information, please call 239-9885. on responding to children’s learning styles and building on their strengths and interests.6 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  6. 6. MONTH OF THE MILITARY CHILD (MOMC) SCHOOL SUPPORT SERVICES (SSS) April is the Month of the Military Child. This special celebration is a legacy of former SSS develops partnerships with localDefense Secretary Casper Weinberger – established to underscore the important role schools and community organizations to helpchildren play in the Armed Forces community. Fort Riley CYSS has planned numerous ensure a positive educational experience forevents to recognize and applaud Families and their children, who are everyday heroes, for military children and youth. SSS alsothe daily sacrifices they make in supporting America’s Army. collaborates with parents and schools to ensure academic success. New to the area?Month of the Military Child Month of the Military Child Festival Let SSS help you navigate the local schoolPancake Breakfast & Apr 22 (Tentative) system, their procedures, programs, andProclamation Signing A community event, held in honor of the schedules. SSS also supports home schoolMar 31, 9am-Noon | Forsyth East CDC Month of the Military Child/Abuse Families and can supply you with resource Annual pancake breakfast allowing military Prevention Month. materials on primary, secondary, and postFamilies in the local community to eat secondary education.breakfast and socializewith one another, Month of the Militarywhile celebrating the MOMC. Child Lock-In Student Online Apr 14, 8pm | MST Center Achievement Resources (SOAR)Month of the Military Child Come celebrate Month of the Military www.SoarAtHome.orgThe Very Hungry Caterpillar Child with MST. Some of the activities will SOAR is a free website providing studentsApr 10, 6-8pm | Barlow Theater be: Star Search and Talent Extravaganza, Art and parents with resources to: Enjoy an evening out with the Family and Contest, Technology & Science Challenge, •Identify academic strengths andattend the performance of the Very Cooking Challenge, Dance, Slam Dunk, weaknesses in math and readingHungry Caterpillar. hourly door prizes and great food. •Instruct the student in math, reading and language arts through interactive tutorials •Involve parents by providing educationalSCHOOL AGE CENTER (SAC) resources written specifically for parents SAC is a nationally accredited program for Kindergarten to 5th Grade. SAC offersbefore and after school programs, as well as Open Recreation. Families requiring full School Support Services Workshopstime care during school out weeks may register for a weekly fee. SAC offers hourly care, Workshops are available to all high schoolFamilies must be registered with CYSS. Families can reserve time for hourly care 30 days students in the Central Flint Hills Region andin advance. Families can also receive 4 FREE hours of Open Recreation each month simply their parents. All workshops are FREE,for being registered with CYSS (reservations are required). Please call 785-239-9220 for located at 6620 Normandy Dr., Fort Rileyadditional information. and run from 6-7pm unless otherwise noted. Portfolios Mar 6Spring Break Youth Academy Mar 9, (9am-3pm)Mar 19-23 To register, call Eric Childs, 785-239-1648. Children must be registered with CYSS to attend School Age Center. Families that have Learning Styles Mar 13completed CYSS registration may then come to School Age Center to enroll for the week. Resume Building Mar 27Registration packets are now available! Life INC Apr 3 Time Management Apr 10Upcoming Events & Field Trips School Transitions Apr 24Bowling Field Trip Mar 8-9, 1-4pm Custer Hill Bowling Money Matters 2 May 1Arts & Crafts Center Mar 19, 9am-Noon Fort Riley Arts & Crafts Learning Styles May 15Skate 8 Way Field Trip Mar 20-22, 9am-4:30pm Topeka, Kansas Resume Building May 29Movie at the Theater Mar 22, 1-4pm Barlow TheaterBowling Field Trip Mar 23, 1-4pm Custer Hill Bowling Tutor.com for Military FamiliesBowling Field Trip Apr 6, 1-4pm Custer Hill Bowling • 24/7 access: www.tutor.com/militaryArts & Crafts Center Apr 9, 9am-Noon Fort Riley Arts & Crafts • Fully funded by Department of DefenseSAC Talent Show Apr 13 School Age Center MWR Library Program and the YellowScholastic Book Fair Apr 19-22 School Age Center Ribbon Reintegration ProgramCraft Projects Apr 6, 13, 20, 27 School Age Center – No cost to schools or FamiliesMothers Day Breakfast May 4, 6-8am School Age Center • All subjects and skill levelsRussell Stover’s May 4, 9-11:30am & 1-4:30pm Abilene, Kansas – Math, Science, English, Social Studies – K-12, CollegeSAC Riley Ranger Summer Camp – Elementary to Advanced Placement andBegins May 29 | Registration begins Mar 1 introductory College Courses Remember everyone must complete a new registration packet for summer, including • 2,500+ tutorsthe Families that have registered throughout the school year. SAC once again offers a 12 – Subject-matter expertsweek camp with 10 theme weeks. Theme weeks will include adventure, getting healthy, – Screened and background checkedand getting to know your summer Family just to name a few. Riley Ranger Summer Campwas a big success last year. We want everyone to come and find out what exciting new For more information about theseadventures are to be had. Oh, by the way, everyone needs to know what happened to Major programs please contact: School LiaisonRanger and all of the camp counselors over the school year. So come and enjoy the fun! Officers at 785-240-3261 or 785-239-1648.www.rileymwr.com Spring Guide 2012 · 7
  7. 7. MIDDLE SCHOOL & TEEN CENTER (MST) YOUTH SPORTS & FITNESS (S&F) Youth Services MST offers a range of positive activities for youth in grades 6-12 that Registration is required for all S&F sportspromote positive attitudes and reinforces Army core values.Youth Services sponsors a and trips. To register, sign up at Parentvariety of programs offering youth opportunities in life skills; citizenship and leadership; Central, 6620 Normandy Dr.leisure, recreation and arts; mentoring, intervention and support services. There arespecial interest activities that change each week. Running Club* Join the Fort Riley Teen Center for our weekly activities which include: Sports, Smart Register by Mar 2, Grades 6-12, $20Girls, Tech Club, Dungeons & Dragons Gaming, High School specific activities, PowerHour, Photography Club, Arts & Crafts, Passport to Manhood, and Cooking Club. Be Outdoor Adventure Paintballsure to check out the specialty camps offered during winter, spring, and summer breaks. Register by Mar 16, Grades 8-12, $20For additional information, please call 785-240-5820/5822. Event Date Mar 22, 1:30-4pmMST School Hours USTA Tennis*Mon-Thu, 3-8pm | Fri, 3-11pm | Sat, 2-11pm Register by Mar 30, Grades 3-12, $20 MST does have an e-mail distribution list; please contact the Teen Center if you wouldlike to receive e-mails regarding upcoming opportunities and reminders. Disc Golf* Register by Mar 30, Grades 5-12, $20Find MST Onlinehttp://www.facebook.com/ftrileyteen or http://twitter.com/fortrileyteen Start Smart Soccer** Register by Mar 30, Ages 3-5, $20Movie Night Spring Break at MST Learn the basic skills and fundamentals ofMar 9, Apr 13, 27, May 11 & 25 Mar 19-23 soccer during this six-week program.7-9:30pm Join MST staff and youth for a fun filledMST, 5800 Thomas Ave. week of activities. MST Youth will begin the Outdoor Adventure Guests will have a choice of a PG or a week with a Spring Break Treasure Hunt Horseback Riding/Archery/Disc GolfPG -13 movie and snacks! that will lead them to exciting Technology, Register by Apr 2, Grades 3-12, $15 Gaming, Cooking, Art and Sport Activities. Event Date Apr 9, 8am-4pmMST DanceMar 16, Apr 13, & May 18, 8-10:30pm Summer Camp Enrollment T-ball, Softball, Baseball*MST, 5800 Thomas Ave. May 1 Register by Apr 27, Grades K-12, $45$2.50 members | $3.50 non-members Join the MST staff for summer camp. Some of the fun-filled activities include: Outdoor Adventure Konza Prairie HikeLate Night Basketball End of the Year BBQ and Dance, Culinary Register by Apr 30, Grades 3-12, $10Mar 24, Apr 21, & May 19, 7:30-11pm Explosion, Cosmosphere, Kenwood Cove Event Date May 7 8am-2pmMST, 5800 Thomas Ave. Waterpark Trip, Oceans of Fun, Worlds ofCost per team member, $1 Fun, Missoula Theater Camp, Art Camp, Indoor Soccer*Cost of entry to watch, $2 Science and Technology Camp. Register by May 18, Grades K-12, $40EDGE Start Smart Baseball** The CYSS EDGE program provides FREE activities for middle and high school youth to Register by May 30, Ages 3-5, $20Experience, Develop, Grow and Excel by participating in exciting activities. The EDGE Learn the basic skills and fundamentals ofprogram is part of the MWR Partnership Initiative. CYSS partners with MWR facilities on baseball during this six-week program.post to provide fun and exciting activities for middle and high school students after school.Transportation is provided for EDGE participants during the school year. Start Smart Golf **Call 785-239-1648 for additional information. Register by May 30, Ages 5-7, $20 Learn the basic skills and fundamentals ofHIRED! baseball during this six-week program.Summer Session: May 21-Aug 10 | Application Deadline: Apr 10 Get your foot in the door today by participating in HIRED! $500 cash award is available Family Fitness Nightsfor youths undergoing an internship this fall. The HIRED! Apprenticeship Program Ultimate Speed Soccerprovides 15-18 year old high school students with meaningful, professionally-managed Mar 16, 6-7pm - RSVP by Mar 14career-exploration opportunities in MWR and military facilities on Fort Riley. The HIRED!Apprenticeship Program offers valuable work experience and training to better equip each Soccerparticipant with the skills needed for today’s highly-competitive job market. The Apr 13, 6-7pm - RSVP by Apr 11apprenticeship can be worked into your school year schedule. In additionto hands-on experience, you can expect to attend workforce Baseballpreparation workshops such as: problem solving, interviewing skills, May 11, 6-7pm - RSVP by May 9résumé writing, public speaking, effective communication, financialmanagement, and college/post-secondary exploration workshops. * Child must have a current sportsCall 785-239-3261 for more information. physical form at time of registration. ** Child must have a health assessment at time of registration.8 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  8. 8. SCHOOL OF KNOWLEDGE, INSPIRATION,EXPLORATION, AND SKILLS (SKIES) UNLIMITED CLASSES Sport physicals are not required to enroll in SKIES Unlimited Classes, but you must beregistered with Parent Central. $300 worth of classes FREE to children of deployedSoldiers. Refer to the Army Family Covenant (AFC) Initiatives for details. Classes are held atForsyth East CDC 2420 H St. unless otherwise stated. The SKIES Instructional program isseeking instructors to teach all ages of children and youth in a wide variety of areas. Pleaseinquire with an e-mail to rashelle.m.anderson.naf@mail.mil or call 785-240-5821.Guitar Lessons DanceAges 6-14, $40 a month Classes available Mon-Thu A limited number of Guitars are available $30 per monthfor rent for $10. Combination Dance and TumblingSnare Drum Lessons Ages 2-7, $30 per monthAges 6-14, $40 a month Practice pads will be loaned out monthly Gymnastics & Tumblingfor practice. Ages 2-16, $30 per monthAmerican Red Cross Swim Lessons Preschool ArtAges 0-5 PACA/5 and up by level Ages 3-5, $20 per month$20 a session, 5 classes per session Home Alone ClassATA Tae Kwon Do Ages 10 & upAges 5-18, $60 a month. Every 3rd Thu of the Month, 5-7pm8th Street Plaza, Junction City Parents must attend the last 30 min of class. One time uniform fee and membershippaid directly to the instructor. Jr. Golf Ages 6-13Hapkido Tuesday or Thursday sessionsAges 3-5, 5-9 and 9-18 6 sessions $60$35 per month Ask for May, Jun or Aug workshopUniform fees $25 Custer Hill Golf CourseAnnual membership fees are also required. (Once a week class)Wiggles & Giggles Horse and Riding Workshop10 months-5 years, $20 per month Ages 3-18, $30 per session Enjoy time with Mom or Dad (10 months Sessions scheduled monthly please call forto 5 years old) while participating in activities more information.in a group setting. (Once a week class) Vickie Wood’s FarmHip Hop Dance Kids in the KitchenAges 5-16, $30 per month Ages 4-5, 6-7 & 8-11 $15 per workshop includes suppliesIntermediate Ballet Workshops scheduled monthly please callCreative Movement for additional information.Ages 7-10, $30 per monthRegister for SKIES classes at Parent Central 6620 Normandy Dr. or on WebTrac!FAMILY CHILD CARE (FCC) FCC providers provide child care in a home setting. FCC homes offer full-day, part-time,and extended hours. FCC homes have unique qualities making them the preferred child carechoice for many Families. Homes provide flexible hours, a comfortable Family-like setting,and activities based on real life experiences in the home and neighborhood. Adults wantingto become certified FCC providers are invited to attend an FCC informational briefing.The briefings are scheduled every Thu, starting at 1:30pm in Bldg. 6620. Take a tour of FCChomes at www.armyfcc.com. Contact Parent Central or the FCC office for your usernameand password. For additional information, please call 239-4313.www.rileymwr.com Spring Guide 2012 · 9
  9. 9. WHY ATTEND PARENT ENRICHMENT CLASSES? ADDITIONAL CLASSES: Because children do not come with instructions. As much as we *Champion Fathering want to be, no parent is perfect. These classes can help you learn new Mar 7, 9am-Noon methods of guidance, healthier ways of communicating with your This 3 hour course is designed to present child, and fun ways to just enjoy being a parent. valuable guidelines for fathers to strengthen their Family roles. CONSIDER ATTENDING THE FOLLOWING IF YOUR CHILD IS 0-3 YEARS OF AGE: *Love & Logic Parenting Classes (2-Part Series) *It’s Not As Hard as you think; Cloth Diapering, Mar 13 & 27, 6-8pm Making Baby Food & Breast-feeding in the 21st Century! This course is designed to give practical skills that Mar 29, 10:30am-Noon can be used immediately. Come learn easy ways to use and manage cloth diapers, making your own baby food, and breast-feeding. 24/7 Dad Workshop (2 Day) Apr 9 & 10, 9:30am-4:30pm *Ready, Set, Go, Potty; This unique, innovative, and comprehensive course is Apr 10, 6:30-8:30pm designed to engage fathers and encourage them to become Not quite sure where to start in the potty learning process with more involved with their children and Family. your little one? This class will give you tools and strategies to set yourself and child up for success. We will dispel the rumors and myths from the past and learn the developmentally appropriate ways FREE EARLY CHILDHOOD ASSESSMENT to promote potty learning. Oh! Oh, Baby It’s Your Day! Apr 18, 1:30-4:30pm *Help! There’s a Toddler in my House Children receive a free Ages & Stages Assessment, Vision and May 8 & 22 6:30-8:30pm Hearing. Parents learn from their child’s assessment which This two part series will cover developmental milestones, activities enhances their skills in parenting their child’s to do with your toddler at home, different communication and development growth. interaction strategies to use and how to handle challenging behaviors.You will leave with extensive handouts and make and take IMPORTANT INFORMATION: projects to use with your toddler at home. All classes will be held at 6620 Normandy Dr., unless otherwise specified. CONSIDER ATTENDING THE FOLLOWING *FREE childcare with pre-registration at least one week IF YOUR CHILD IS 3-7 YEARS OF AGE: in advance. Current registration with CYSS required! *Love & Logic; Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun! Apr 19, 9am-Noon Please call 785-239-9885/9435 or e-mail This course is designed for Families with children ages 0-6 years usarmy.riley.imcom.mbx.acs@mail.mil to pre-register old and to help parents create happy Families and responsible kids. or for more information. CONSIDER ATTENDING THE FOLLOWING IF YOUR CHILD IS 8-12 YEARS OF AGE: *Scream Free Parenting Apr 13 & 17, 2-4pm This two session course is designed to help you start a Revolution in Your Family! Scream Free Parenting is not just about lowering your voice. It’s about learning to calm your emotional reactions and learning to focus on your own behavior more than your kids’ behavior for their benefit. With these techniques, you can create and enjoy more calm, mutually respectful, and loving relationships with your children. Must attend both sessions to receive certificate. *Homework Tips for Parents Apr 24, 6:30-8:30pm Is getting your kids to do their homework a frustrating time at your house? Come learn some tools and techniques for making homework easier and less stressful.10 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  10. 10. RELOCATING? Lending Closet Are you new to Fort Riley or getting ready Resilient Spouse Academy to PCS to your next assignments? Don’t Mar 5-9, 8:30am-4:30pm (4-Session) forget about the lending closet. This course includes: Suicide The lending closet is administered to intervention, responding to reports of provide basic housekeeping items forArmy Community Service (ACS) abuse or neglect, Master Resilience temporary loan to incoming and outgoing7264 Normandy Dr. Training, and Financial Resilience. Families and in other cases determinedMon-Thu, 8am-5pm & Fri, 8am-4pm Pre-Registration is required. appropriate. ACS stocks the lending closet785-239-9435 with quality items, that include basic kitchen Her War Her Voice Support Group equipment; pots, dishes, cups, silverware,ACS Resiliency Learning Center Mar 13, Apr 17, & May 15, 6-8pm coffee pots, toasters, and crock pots. We also7285 Normandy Dr. We are breaking the silence. We hear carry other small items such as; high chairs,Mon-Thu, 8am-5pm & Fri, 8am-4pm your battle cry, your need to voice your car seats, play pens, irons, folding card tables785-239-9435 struggle and the beauty in your victory. and chairs. Here, we celebrate you, support you, Don’t spend a small fortune eating outACS Annex, Camp Forsyth and commend you. This is a safe and every night. Take home a loaner kit today and1020 Huebner Rd. anonymous support group with enjoy a home cooked meal tonight!785-240-0663 a grass roots approach. Turn your Move into aACS Soldier Family Assistance Center Battle Buddies on the Homefront Lifetime Enhancement674 Warrior Rd. May 8, 10-Noon or 5-7pm PCS South Korea, Mar 6, Apr 3 & May 1Mon-Fri, 7:30am-4:30pm This special presentation for Military PCS Germany, Mar 13, Apr 10 & May 8785-240-7450 spouses discusses some of the challenges PCS Stateside, Mar 20, Apr 17 & May 15 their Families face and ways in which we PCS Overseas, Mar 27, Apr 24 & May 22ACS Survivor Outreach Services can act as “Buddy Buddies on the All briefings begin at 1pm.510 Reed Rd. Homefront”. Whether it’s being aware of The level of success you and your FamilyMon-Thu, 8am-5:15pm the risks of driving, keeping your Family can achieve is directly proportionate to theFri, 8am-4:15pm safe during recreational activities, or preparation, information and support you785-239-5979 watching over the mental health of the receive before, during and after your ones you love, this presentation will assignment. Every PCS should become an outline how to be a good “battle buddy” opportunity for the entire Family. This and help ensure that our Soldiers can training is required for all 1st time PCSing *You can contact any of the ACS programs to better do their jobs knowing their Soldiers and for all Soldiers PCSing overseas.register or gather more information by phone or by Families are safe and provided for.an e-mail message being sent to:usarmy.riley.imcom.mbx.acs@mail.mil Stressed? WANT TO LEARN The ACS Resiliency Learning Center MORE ABOUT THE ARMY? has tools and assistance to help you learn Army Family Team Building – Level III to relax and enjoy your day. Using our Mar 13-15, 9am-2:30pm biofeedback stations, you can learn to Three day training focusing on Leadership synchronize your breathing, clear your skills through classes such as Understanding mind, and enjoy the resulting calm. Call Needs, Delegation for Leaders Coaching and 785-240-0373 or 785-240-6270 for Mentoring etc. more information. Army Family Team Building – Level I Apr 10-11 & May 5-12, 9am-2:30pm Two day training also known as Army 101 focuses on the basics such as Military Acronyms and Terms, Chain of Command, Customs and Courtesies, Basic Military Benefits and Entitlements.etc. Army Family Team Building – Level II May 8-10, 9am-2:30pm Focusing on Personal Skills such as Communication, Personal Time Management, Exploring Personality Traits, Stress Management etc.To RSVP for a course, event, or child care, please call 785-239-9435.www.rileymwr.com Spring Guide 2012 · 11
  11. 11. MONEY THE EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY LOOKING FOR WORK?Women & Money Series MEMBER PROGRAM (EFMP) The Employment Readiness ProgramMar 1 & 8, 1-3pm (3rd & 4th of 4 series) EFMP is a mandatory enrollment (ERP) offers employment assistance with job Because women are generally less program. The program is designed to provide search, résumé prep and review and referralsprepared for economic hardships (for various comprehensive services consisting of for local businesses. Call ERP to obtain morereasons) this class will educate and prepare medically related issues, and an educational/ information, 785-239-9435.them to be financially literate and better social support and personnel type serviceprepared for the present and future. This that enhances the readiness and quality of life Army Federal Applications Workshopis an interactive class where discussion and for Families with special needs. Mar 1, 8, 15, 22, & 29questions are encouraged. Practical An Exceptional Family Member (EFM) is Apr 5, 12, 19, & 26exercises will be provided to better prepare a Family Member with a physical, emotional, May 3, 10, 17, 24, & 31participants. There are 4 classes in this developmental or intellectual disability that 1-3pmseries held once every two weeks. requires special treatment, therapy, Comprehensive overview of Federal Job education, training or counseling. Special application processes using the USA JobsMoney Management 101 needs can range from all Asthma conditions, website. Instructor will assist you onMar 7, 14, 21, 28 Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder computers during this workshop.Apr 4, 11, 18, 25 (ADHD), learning disabilities, medicalMay 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 conditions, such as seizure activity, and/or Employment Readiness Orientation9-11:30am mental health conditions, such as, anxiety Mar 7,14,21, & 28, 1-2pm Seem like you never have enough? disorder and depression. The mission of this Explanation of services available throughConfident making financial decisions? program is to ensure medical and educational ERP and information on the local job market.Is dealing with money a constant stress? needs are accessible and appropriate toTake this course to build your accommodate these individuals’ needs. Teen Job Fairfinancial readiness! Mar 9, 2-4:30pm EFMP Support Group Are you 14 to 21 years old and looking forStart Investing with $1 to $1,000 Mar 27, & May 22, 6-7:30pm a Summer Job? Come to the ForsythApr 12, 19 & 26, 2-4pm (3 Part Series) Support group for Military Families who Community Center at 22900 Hitching Post Participants learn how to plan for their have Family Members with special needs. Road to meet with local employers. Togoals and save money to invest as well as improve your outcome, contact ACS forprinciples of investing. EFMP & NPSP Spring Fling! assistance with your resume or interview Apr 14, 10am-Noon | RSVP by Apr 6 classes before to the event.Raising Money Smart Kids A social Family gathering and educationApr 30, 1-3pm provided. A fun-filled spring day full of Workshop by Request Simple methods for improving the blowing bubbles, flying kites, making Mar 12 & 28financial knowledge of their children. spring-like crafts and having fun! Apr 11 & 25 May 9 & 23Life Skills: Basic Budgeting 2-4pmMay 9, 1-3pm HEARTS APART Employment workshops conducted with “My bank account says negative what?” It is inevitable that throughout a Service adult learning techniques on a variety ofAvoid financial pitfalls by budgeting and Member’s career one will be separated from subjects. Each workshop’s itinerary will becontrolling your spending. We all have ups their Families. In some cases, Families choose determined by the surveys of requestedand downs when dealing with money-learn to move to areas closer to Family and friends. classes completed by attendees of the twothe skills to provide you and your Family Others, however, decide to remain in previous “ERP Orientation” workshops.with a sounder sense of financial readiness. housing or stay in the immediate area until Typical subjects may include: Resume the service member completes his/her writing, Conducting an effective job search,Financial Peace University unaccompanied tour. Regardless of the Networking, Dress for Success, Interviewing Financial Peace University classes meet circumstance, these types of separations can 101, Cover Letters, Completing employerfor two hours each week for 13 weeks, become quite overwhelming, particularly applications, Self appraisal and assessment,during which time the average Family pays because Families are left behind without the and Tapping into the Hidden Job Market.off $5,300 in debt and saves $2,700. support network and regular contact that aDesigned for couples to work together. unit Family Readiness Group (FRG) would Hiring Heroes Career FairOffered twice per quarter, call ACS for otherwise provide. Apr 17, 10am-2pmmore information. To respond to the needs of our Families, This annual Career Fair provides Wounded, Army Community Service has established Ill and Injured Service Members, Veterans, the Hearts Apart program. “Hearts Apart” is Spouses and Caregivers the opportunity to a Support Group for Waiting Spouses. This meet with employers from all over the USA. program offers various activities for those that have a Service Member deployed, is TDY or serving on any type of Unaccompanied Tour. It provides the opportunity to share common concerns, ask questions, as well as participate in social activities. If you would like to learn more about the “Hearts Apart” program, call 785-239-9435.12 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  12. 12. WILLING TO VOLUNTEER? HEALTH & NUTRITION THE FAMILY READINESS Willing to Volunteer Your Time? Compost on Post DEPLOYMENT RESOURCESThe Army Volunteer Corps provides Mar 5, 1-3pm FRG Leaders Trainingopportunities for volunteers based on RSVP Mar 1 Mar 13-14, 9am-Noon (2 Session Class)interest and agency needs. Volunteers Learn how to compost food and yard May 14-15, 9am-Noon (2 Session Class)support the installation mission in a variety wastes to recycle nutrients, build your soil Instruction and guidance to assist newlyof capacities such as: coaches, office to grow healthier plants, and keep organic appointed Family Readiness Group Leaders,assistants, FRG leaders, program assistants, matter out of the landfill. FRSAs and Commanders. Please contact toand much more. For further information on enroll for class and be notified ofhow you may become an “Essential Piece” of Small Steps to Health and Wealth training location.the Volunteer Program, please contact the Mar 6, 10am-Noon (Part 3 of 3)Installation Volunteer Coordinator at This three session series of classes will Funds Custodian Training785-239-9435. ACS Volunteers are eligible provide information to help participants Mar 28 & May 22, 10am-Noonto receive 25 hours per month in FREE take charge of their future. Strategies for This class provides instruction andchild care. Available volunteer opportunities behavioral change will be given that allow guidance to assist newly appointed FRGcan be found online at www.MyArmyOne- participants to take action in meeting health Funds Custodians.Source.com. and wealth goals. Key Caller ClassACS Instructor Training Course Fort Riley’s Worst Cooks Apr 3, 10am-NoonMar 20-22, 9am-3pm Mar 13, 20, 27, Apr 3, 17 & 24, 1-3pm This class provides instruction and Open to all who have completed all AFTB RSVP Mar 1 guidance to assist newly appointed Familylevels. All three days must be attended to Unlike Food Network’s “Worst Cooks Readiness Group Key Callers.complete ACS ITC. Certificates will be given in America,” this non-competitive series ofat end of day for those that complete. cooking classes will help Fort Riley’s worst Care Team Training cooks lose that reputation.You’ll learn basic May 16, 1-3pmVolunteer of the Quarter cooking skills as you prepare and sample a Instruction on Care Team’s responsibilitiesMay 1, 6pm variety of dishes. Learn money saving and and provides guidance on how to handle Volunteer Recognition Ceremonies are healthful eating tips so eating out becomes a issues volunteers will face (such as dealing withheld quarterly at Riley’s Conference Center, treat, not a necessity. Family’s reactions). Pre-registration required.446 Seitz Dr., to recognize Brigades and Free child care available.private organization nominees. Family Fun In The Kitchen Mar 15, 22, 29, Apr 5 & 19, 1-3pmA Night Out: Customs & Courtesies RSVP Mar 1 WOUNDED WARRIOR &for Military Events Parent and child will learn to prepare MEB SUPPORT SERVICESJun 2, 10am-Noon simple nutritious snacks and meals, safe ways The Soldier and Family Assistance CenterRSVP May 25 to cook as a Family & how to make your food (SFAC) is located at 674 Warrior Road near This class provides orientation and budget go further! the Warrior Transition Battalion (WTB). Theawareness of appropriate protocol and SFAC supports Soldiers assigned to the WTBcustoms to assist Soldiers and Family Container Gardening or who are in the MEB process by providingmembers in preparing for formal events. Mar 26, 10-11:30pm one-stop services ranging from ID Cards to RSVP Mar 21 recreational activities and self-help services. No time or space for a traditional garden? For more info or to seek services or sign upINFORMATION & RESOURCES Try container gardening! Come learn the for events please call 785-239-8430Citizenship & Immigration Class ins & outs of growing vegetables, herbs and or 785-240-7192.Call to Register flowers in pots. It’s a great way to introduce These 3-hour sessions provide information children to growing plants! WTB Town Halland instructions on preparing the application Mar 6, Apr 3, & May 1, 11:30am-5:30pmfor Citizenship and Immigration. Meat Free Monday Tension Fabric Structure by Irwin Vegetarian Cooking Class Army Community HospitalOrganize Your Important Papers May 14, 1-3pm To provide ill, injured and woundedMar 13, 3-4:30pm This three session series of classes will Soldiers and their Family members the This class will teach participants methods provide information to help participants opportunity to express issues, barriers,for managing important papers. take charge of their future. Strategies for concerns, or successes to Division, Garrison, behavioral change will be given that allow Hospital and WTB Commands. This TownWho Gets Grandma’s Pie Plate participants to take action in meeting health Hall will be hosted by the DivisionWho Gets Grandpa’s Fishing Pole and wealth goals. Commander on the 1st Tuesday of everyMay 22, 2-4pm month. The WTB Town Hall is a forum Learn ways to have conversations and Warriors use to directly present issues theymake decisions about sentimental objects. are experiencing while navigating throughTake steps to avoid conflict when a loved one Garrison Agencies.passes away.To RSVP for a course, event, or child care, please call 785-239-9435.www.rileymwr.com Spring Guide 2012 · 13
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  15. 15. Custer Hill Golf Course is here to get you ready HOURS AND RATES:for the upcoming 2012 Golf Season. We have many SNACK BAR HOURSnew programs available for the golfing community, Mon-Fri: 11am-1:30pm Closed on Federal Holidayssuch as 9-hole rates, and rates for 3-holes, and 6-holerates for those beginners and inexperienced golfers. DRIVING RANGE HOURSWe will be hosting many clinics and golf lessons this Open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day.summer for golfers of all ages. PRO SHOP HOURS We offer a wide variety of clubs for new golfers to Please check with the Pro-Shop for the current hours ofthe more experienced golfer. We can custom fit you operations. (Hours vary throughout the year due to weatherinto the set of clubs you need, or help determine the and length of the day) For more information, pleaseclub that is right for you. Not looking for clubs, but call 785-784-6000.gifts for friends, then check out our line of shirts,hats, and other trinkets that are in our Pro Shop. PLAYING COURSE HOURS Please check with the Pro Shop for course hours, as hours The Custer Hill Golf Course, located on Historic will vary during the season due to the length of the day.Fort Riley’s Custer Hill, is a Robert Trent Jones, Sr.golf course design. It offers challenges from tee COURSE RATESto green on every hole for all level of golfers. The Please check online at www.rileymwr.com/golf or with thecourse is an 18-hole championship course that plays Pro Shop for current rates, membership fees and promotions.over 7,072 yards from the tips. The Custer Hill Golf Course is excited to offer avariety of quality programs for the military Family,the single Soldier, and everyone in between. Duringour golf season, we offer a variety of lessons, clinics,tournaments, league, and practice facilities. Let ourstaff help plan your next tournament. The Custer Hill Golf Course Snack Bar has yourlunchtime favorites, whether it is a hamburger orcheeseburger, Philly chicken or steak sandwich, orchicken fingers. Looking for some German cuisine?Try one of our famous Schnitzel Sandwiches. Want ahealthier fare? Have one of our sandwiches, wraps,or salads. If you are looking for small group events,our Snack Bar can hold your small parties. Golf outings are a way of getting away from workand having some fun. Use them as team buildingexercises or even Hail and Farewells. Let our staffhelp you with your needs. We have 9-hole and18-hole packages that can fit any function need.Packages range anywhere from $15 to $39. We canalso help make your event special by doing customhats or shirts for your event. Our PGA Trained staff can help you with yourlesson needs, or helping you pick the right set ofclubs for you. We also can help you with your specialfunctions and events out on the golf course.16 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  16. 16. SPRING EVENTS:Mar 1-31 March Membership Drive Purchase a new membership in March and make your first payment in April.Mar 31 Ringers Season BeginsApr 1-30 PGA Trade In Month 10% off any set of golf clubs or wood Get a Grip Let our professional staff check your clubs for proper fit.Apr 10 Commanders Cup Golf League Begins $20 Per Person Entry Fee Includes Greens Fee and Cart Points are eligible for Intramural Sports Commander ChallengeApr 28, 7am-3pm Open House Half-Price Greens Fees and Golf CartsApr 29 Tri-City Golf League Open Play available at approximately 11amMay 1 - 31 PGA Free 10-Minute Lesson Month Schedule an appointment with Pro for your free lessonMay 4 Law Day Golf TournamentMay 18, 12:30pm Shotgun Start Garrison Commander Spring Classic $50 per person | 4-Person Scramble Mulligans AvailableMay 19, 9am Shotgun Start USO Golf Tournament $50 per person | 4-Person Scramble Mulligans and Door Prizes AvailableMay 25 White City Alumni Golf Tournamentwww.rileymwr.com Spring Guide 2012 · 17
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  18. 18. BREAKFAST EGG AND CHEDDAR BAGEL $2.75 BIG BURRITOS EGG, CHEDDAR AND MEAT BAGEL $3.50 HABANERO $5.95 EGG, CHEDDAR AND STEAK BAGEL $4.50 -Beef, Chicken or Pork BREAKFAST BURRITO $3.50 ENSALADA HABANERO MONSTER $8.25 -Choice of Bacon, Sausage or ham CASA SALAD $5.75 -Beef, Chicken or Pork STEAK BREAKFAST BURRITO $4.50 -Beef or Chicken with Roasted Tomatillo Dressing CHICKEN CHIPOTLE $5.95 BREAKFAST PIZZA $7.50 FUJI APPLE CHICKEN SALAD $5.50 -Pepper Jack Cheese, Romaine,Tomato, BISCUITS & GRAVY $1.50 -Chicken, Mixed Field Greens, Romaine Lettuce, Chipotle Mayo BREAKFAST BOWL $2.75 Vine-Ripened Tomatoes, Red Onions, Pecans, COMBO IT $2.75 -Hashbrowns, Egg, Sausage Gravy and Shredded Cheese Gorgonzola, Dry Apple Pieces with -Add a Fountain Soda & Chips with Queso, COMBO IT $2.75 Balsamic Vinaigrette. Guacamole or Salsa -Add a Hot Grande Starbucks Coffee and Hashbrowns CHOPPED CHICKEN COBB $6.75 -Chicken, Romaine Lettuce,Tomatoes, Applewood- NOT A BURRITO SNACKS & SIDES Smoked Bacon, Gorgonzola, Hard-Boiled Eggs, Red BURRITO BOWL $5.50 TORTILLA CHIPS $1.00 Onion, with Herb ItalianVinaigrette -Beef, Chicken or Pork QUESO $1.25 SANCHO’S PLATE $3.00 GUACAMOLE OR SOUR CREAM $1.25 -Two Bean & Cheese Burritos topped with Texas Chili, SALSA $1.25 TAPAS QUESADILLAS Lettuce,Tomatoes, and Shredded Cheddar Cheese -Roasted Chili-Corn,Tomatillo Green-Chili, FRODO GARCIA $4.75 FRITO’S PIE $2.50 Tomato-Red Chili, or Fresh Tomato-Cilantro -Cheese and Salsa -A pile of Fritos topped Chili and Shredded CANDY BARS $1.25 HOWLING COYOTE $6.25 Cheddar Cheese. COOKIES $1.50 -Chicken, Cheese and Salsa PONCHO’S NACHOS $6.25 BROWNIES ASSORTED $2.00 BLACK & BLUE CHICKEN $6.75 -Beef or Chicken Nachos with Beans, -Classic Brownie with Walnuts, Oreo Brownie, -Chicken, Bacon,Tomato, Onion and Blue Cheese Shredded Cheese, Salsa, Jalapeno and Olives Blondie and Oatmeal Chewie HOT COFFEES & TEAS OTHER BEVERAGES TALL GRANDE VENTI BOTTLED WATER $1.25 BREWED COFFEE $2.00 $2.75 $3.50 RED BULL $4.00 CAPPUCCINO $2.25 $3.00 $3.25 MONSTER ENERGY DRINK $3.25 CAFÉ LATTE $2.00 $3.00 $3.75 G2 GATORADE $2.50 CAFÉ MOCHA $3.25 $4.25 $5.25 JUICE BOTTLES $1.50 CARAMEL MACCHIATO $2.50 $3.25 $4.00 FOUNTAIN SODAS $1.75 CHAI LATTE $3.75 $4.95 $6.95 -Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Cherry Pepsi, Mountain Dew, TAZO HOT TEAS $1.00 $1.50 $2.25 Orange Crush, Sierra Mist, Brisk Rasp Tea, CAFFE AMERICANA $2.25 $3.00 $3.75 Mug Root Beer HOT CHOCOLATE - $1.75 $3.25 ESPRESSO SINGLE: $1.00 DOUBLE: $1.75 BLENDED & ICED COFFEES AND SMOOTHIES TALL GRANDE ICED LATTE - $2.75 ICED MOCHA - $3.50 ICED CARAMEL MACCHIATO - $3.50 CHAI LATTE $2.75 $3.50 CAFFE AMERICANA $2.25 $3.00 JAVACCINO - $3.95 Caramel Macchiato, Mochawww.rileymwr.com Spring Guide 2012 · 19
  19. 19. RECURRING EVENTS TOURNAMENTS FRIDAY NIGHT MAGIC BILLIARDS TOURNAMENTS Every Fri, 7pm Mar 1, Apr 5, & May 3, 6-9pm Come in and play Magic the Gathering Compete for fun and prizes on our in a Sanctioned, Type 2 structured event. 4 regulation-sized billiards tables. Prize awarded to 1st place. WARHAMMER 40K Every Sat, Noon-Close TEXAS HOLD ‘EM TOURNAMENTS Every Sat, Noon-8pm WORLD OF WARCRAFT GUILD PLAY Rounds start at Noon & 4pm. 7867 Normandy Dr. Mar 29, Apr 26, & May 31, 6-10pm We rest the chips one Saturday after Sun-Thu 11am– 11pm Join the WZHORDE guild on the realm, each tournament. Cash prize awarded to Fri-Sat 11am-1am Burning Legion. Group play the last 1st place. (All players bracketed for a prize on Thursday of every month. the last week of the Tournament.) (Kitchen closes 30 minutes before close) Front Desk: 785-240-6620 LEAGUE OF LEGENDS Take-Out: 785-240-6616 Every Wed, 6-10pm APRIL Play 4v4 Battle Mode PATIO FOOL’S BBQ Apr 1, 2-5pm Warrior Zone features Free Wi-Fi, Come chill out Sunday afternoon with Alienware Gaming Computers, Xbox and MARCH some live music and BBQ. Ribs, pulled PS3 Gaming, Billiards and outdoor BBQ. NCAA MARCH MADNESS pork, burgers, all prepared fresh. Warrior Zone also houses 40 iCafe BRACKET CHALLENGE computers, loaded with productivity tools, All Month RELEASE PARTY for your personal and professional Warrior Zone is your go to place for BORDERLANDS 2 development. Bring in your Netbook or viewing sporting events, and who can Apr 3, 5:30-9:30pm laptop and print wirelessly from anywhere blame you with our 30 big screen TV’s, More post apocalyptic mayhem in the building. Warrior Zone Theater wings and cold beer? Well, we upped the from Gearbox. features 2 programmed features a night, ante with a month long bracket challenge! with beverage and food service. Check MASTERS GOLF TOURNAMENT Online for Features and Show times. RELEASE PARTY Apr 5-8 TOM CLANCY GHOST RECON The Masters is one of the four major The Java Café themed snack bar offers Mar 6, 5:30-9:30pm championships in men’s professional golf. an eclectic multinational cuisine, prepared Explore the new game on the first day Warrior Zone will join them from Tee-Off fast and fresh, anytime. Warrior Zone Café of its release. to the inevitable Master. Trivia, squares and offers the entire menu for Take Out, 7 days brackets in the house all weekend. a week, 365 days a year, for a quick meal RELEASE PARTY on the go. Just call your order in ahead! SILENT HILL DOWNPOUR MAY Don’t forget a bag of Jerky for later. Mar 6, 5:30-9:30pm CINCO DE PATIO MEXICAN FIESTA PS3 exclusive This game provides a fine May 5, 5-9pm Warrior Zone Patio is the ideal spot for a alternative to Tom Clancy! Come celebrate with the WZ crew on this catered event, seating for 150, with grilled very festive May holiday. Special margaritas, menu choices from dogs and burgers to CALL OF DUTY ONLINE FINALS carnitas, burritos, tacos rice and borracho steak and chicken. The conference room, Mar 14, 6-9pm beans will be served at dusk on the patio. with full AV support, available catered This will be the finals. Matches will be There will even be a little salsa music. breakfast and lunch items, will be your go shown in the duel pit on both projectors. to spot for small group training, meetings PATIO BBQ and events. Book the room at the front RELEASE PARTY May 13, 1-5pm desk, on a first-come, first-serve basis. MAX PAYNE 3 Check out some of the local music talent Mar 20, 5:30-9:30pm on the concrete stage while munching on A faster paced LA Noir with a deep the best smoked meat on post. storyline and amazing graphics. FRENCH OPEN TENNIS RELEASE PARTY May 27-Jun 10 RESIDENT EVIL OP RACCOON CITY Warrior Zone is going one step further Mar 22, 5:30-9:30pm with a laddered series of tennis matches Team based extension of the Resident on the courts just south of the Evil storyline. building. Prizes will be awarded. Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/rileybosswz | Website: http://rileymwr.com/warriorzone20 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at:
  20. 20. LUCK OF THE IRISH PARTY Mar 17, 7pm-Midnight Come join BOSS and celebrate the Luck of the Irish. We will be kicking off the night with a bowling competition with a surprising twist, Irish “party” games, door prizes, and a Boondock Saints screening. Be sure to sport your green because after all it’s St. Patty’s Day, everybody is Irish tonight! (Must be 21 to drink.) PAINT’N FACES Apr 7, Noon-4pm Think you’ve got the quickest trigger finger at Fort Riley? Get your team and test your skill with BOSS at the Fort Riley paintball course. Entry fee is $50/team of 5 or come out solo for only $10. HANGOVER 3 “BOSS IN VEGAS” Apr 27-30 That’s right, BOSS is heading to Las Vegas for the first time in years! We will be doing it all from the Casinos to clubs and a few performance shows in between. Price is not yet set, but you can contact BOSS for more information at 239-2677. TAKE ME OUT TO THE BALL GAME May 6 Kansas City is hosting the infamous New York Yankees and BOSS is treating the top 15 volunteers to a free ride, and ticket to the ball game. To become a top volunteer just get involved as much as you can between now and May to get your seat reserved just for you! Mar 14 & 28, Apr 11 & 25, May 9 & 2, 3pm Want more information about the events above? Or learn about several more events going on? Come down to the Warrior Zone for the bi-monthly BOSS meeting. Here you will stay up to date with the latest events and how to get your tickets reserved first.www.rileymwr.com Spring Guide 2012 · 21
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