Successfully reported this slideshow.
You’ve unlocked unlimited downloads on SlideShare!
Directorate of Family and Morale, 4 Outdoor Recreation Center Welfare & Recreation Rock Wall, Skeet & Trap, Marina Summer Guide Contents Bldg. (785) Director 253 239-3467 8 CYSS Deputy Director 253 239-3467 Child Care,Youth Sports & Activities Asst. Director for Family Programs 253 239-3467 Fax 253 239-8333 12 ACS Admin. & Operations 253 239-3506 Have a problem? We’re here to help! Marketing 253 239-2179 Financial Mgmt NAF 253 239-2369 14 Rally Point Bingo Bingo, Comedy Shows Child, Youth & School Services Coordinator 6620 239-4920 16 Custer Hill Golf Course Parent Central 6620 239-9885 Golf Lessons, Driving Range School Liaison Officer 6620 240-3261 1st Division CDC 4012 239-9011 19 Habanero Warren CDC 6950 239-9929 Family & MWR Headquarters Coffee Bar, Breakfast & Lunch Forsyth CDC 2410 239-4846 253 Cameron Ave. Forsyth East CDC 2420 240-5820 Main Post 20 Warrior Zone Whitside CDC 676 239-4978 Fort Riley, KS 66442 Online Gaming, Pool, Food Warren East CDC 6981 240-0822 785-239-3467 Outreach Services 6620 239-9850 21 BOSS Family Child Care 6620 239-4313 Produced by the MWR Marketing Department: Better Opportunities Middle School & Teen Center 5800 239-9222 Marketing Chief Youth Sports 6620 239-9223 for Single Soldiers Melissa Kinney School Age Center 5810 239-9220 SKIES 2420 240-5821 24 Arts & Crafts Center Senior Graphic Designer Woodshop, Framing & Matting Army Community Service Chris Dumler Chief/ACSO 7264 239-9435 27 Automotive Skills Center Fax 7264 239-9548 Junior Graphic Designer Car Wash, Auto Classes, Towing Volunteer Programs/AFAP/AFTB 7264 239-9435 Tanya Gonzalez Survivor Outreach Services 510 240-7450 28 Riley’s Conference Center -Survivor Outreach Services After Hours 221-8595 Management Trainee Catering Service, Event Hosting Mobilization & Outreach Services 7285 239-9435 Joel Miller Financial Services/AER 7264 239-9435 31 Library Family Advocacy 7264 239-9435 Marketing Assistant Story Time, Movie Night -24/7 Victim Advocate Emergency 307-1373 Laura Dillon Relocation Program 7264 239-9435 32 Custer Hill Bowling Center Women, Infants & Children 7264 239-5730 Marketing Assistant Closed for renovations until Sep1. Resiliency Learning Center HQ 7285 239-9435 Carla Hesley Soldier and Family Assistance Center 674 239-8430 34 Leisure Travel Center Parent Support/EFMP 7264 239-9435 Commercial Sponsorship Coordinator Vacation Planning, Event Tickets Employment Readiness 7264 239-9435 Dawn McCarthy Military Family Life Consultants 7264 239-9435 38 Community Events -Military Family Life After Hours 221-9483 Commercial Sponsorship Coordinator See what’s going on off post! Kansas State Research Extension 7285 239-9991 Kevin Kouri 39 Special Events Business Operations Victory Carnival, Concerts Business Operations Chief 253 239-2544 Rally Point Bingo 2600 784-5434 40 Sports Custer Hill Bowling Center 7485 239-4366 Sports, Fitness, Massage, Aquatics Custer Hill Golf Course 5202 784-6000 To advertise in this quarterly publication: Riley’s Conference Center 446 784-1000 Contact the Commercial Sponsorship Habanero 8067 240-2782 Coordinators at 785-239-8161. Warrior Zone 7867 240-6618 The Family & MWR Guide is an authorized, Directory of Advertisers: Page Recreation official quarterly magazine for Family and Morale, CenturyLink 2 Recreation Chief 253 239-2612 AA Self Storage 7 Welfare and Recreation activities within Fort Riley. Quantico Tactical 7 BOSS President 7867 239-2677 Contents are not necessarily the official views of or Central Michigan University 7 Outdoor Recreation 9011 239-2363 Arts & Crafts 6918 239-9205 endorsed by the U.S. Government, the Department USA Discounters 15 Manhattan Chamber 18 USO 6918 240-5328 of Defense, or the Fort Riley Command. Printed Omni 18 Auto Skills 7753 239-9764 circulation is 10,000. The appearance of advertising in Briggs 18 Library 5306 239-5305 this publication does not constitute endorsement by Simply Wireless 22 Leisure Travel Center 6918 239-5614 the Department of the Army or the Fort Riley Morale, K-State University 22 Meritrust 23 Welfare, and Recreation Fund. Everything advertised Sports & Fitness shall be made available for purchase, use or patronage Dick Edwards COX 26 36 Sports Director 202 239-2172 without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national Exchange 38 King Field House 202 239-3868 origin, age, marital status, physical handicap, political DECA 38 Leonard Fitness Center 7632 239-5771 C. L. Hoover Opera House 42 Long Fitness Center 8069 239-4684 affiliation, or any other non-merit factor on the CASA 42 Eyster Swimming Pool 6940 239-4854 purchaser, user or patron. If a violation or rejection Advanced Prop Management 42 Main Post Pool 448 239-6972 of this equal opportunity is confirmed, MWR shall Rolling Hills Wildlife 43 Custer Hill Pool 7465 239-5860 refuse to accept advertising from that source until the Little Apple Toyota/Honda 43 Sprint 44 Robinson Fitness Center 7832 239-4480 violation is corrected. The information in this issue is Craig Fitness Center 7024 239-5562 current at time of publication. Activities and events are subject to change. For confirmation, please call the host facility or program.2 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at: www.rileymwr.com Summer Guide 2012 · 3
9011 RIFLE RANGE RD. 785-239-2363/6368 Thu-Mon, 9am-5pm | Tue & Wed, 9am-1pm Closed on all Federal Holidays Visit Outdoor Recreation and check out our full line of rentable items such as tents, campers, boats, coolers, canoes, grills, canopies, and chairs. If you have a special event or celebration coming up, we can help you with our inflatable 785-463-LAKE (5253) OR 785-307-3798 playstations, dunk tanks, potato sacks, tug-of-war ropes, and sports equipment. Call, visit www.rileymwr.com , or drop by to find out how we can help you. WEATHER PERMITTING Don’t forget about our Party Packages! Fri & Mon, 11am-7pm Sat & Sun, 7am-Sunset Services available to Active Duty, National Guard, Reservists, Retired, DoD Civilians and Families SUMMER BLAST MASTER BLASTER UPCOMING EVENTS PAINTBALL TOURNAMENT PAINTBALL TOURNAMENT Jun 23 - $35 per person Aug 4 - $35 per person The Marina is located on Milford Lake and has over 20 IRON MAN SHOOT Let’s celebrate the beginning of summer Will your team be declared masters of watercraft available for rent; including pontoons, fishing Jun 2, 11am-3pm - $60 per person with a little paintball action! Sign up your Thunderdome? Sign up your teams or sign boats, jet skis, and ski boats. Come out and enjoy a day at Who will claim the title of Best Sport teams or sign up individually. All up individually. All equipment and supplies the lake. The Marina has pavilions for rent, a playground Shooter on Fort Riley? You will need to equipment and supplies are provided or are provided or utilize your own for the children, and boat slips for easy access to our bring your A game, energy drinks, and a utilize your own equipment. Must be 13 equipment. Must be 13 years of age or rentable watercraft. well padded shooting vest. This years of age or older to participate. older to participate. competition will consist of 12 rounds, 3 00 targets and will take as much determination as you can muster. INDEPENDENCE DAY GEO-CACHING CLASS WATERCRAFT 1HR 4HRS 8HRS PAINTBALL TOURNAMENT Aug 18 - $5 per person Pontoon $28 $89 $156 Prizes will be awarded to the top shooters. Jul 6 - $35 per person This introductory class will explain the Fishing Boat $20 $55 $90 Ammo not provided. The 6th of July is all about Paintball at process and how fun it can be. We will Ski Boat $30 $105 $190 Outdoor Recreation! Sign up your teams conclude the class by actually hitting the Jet Skis $35 $125 NA FAMILY CANOE TRIP or sign up individually. All equipment and terrain and finding a local cache. V-Bottom 9.9 hp $10 $35 $50 Jun 9 & Jul 14, 3-5pm - $15 per person supplies are provided or utilize your own Kayak $5 $8 $14 Settle in, relax, and enjoy a leisurely equipment. Must be 13 years of age or KANSAS BOATER’S Water Skis or Tube NA $5 $10 trip in one of Kansas’ local bodies of older to participate. SAFETY COURSE water. Grab your friends and Family, pack Equipment Rental prices do not include fuel. Aug 23 & 25 - $5 per person a lunch and join our staff of Outdoor Rec OUTDOOR ADVENTURE DAY The Kansas Boater’s Safety or NASBLA for some fun in the sun. The destination Jul 28, 10am-3pm - Free approved Card/Certificate is required to will be determined based on current The Kansas State Boater’s Safety Course is This will be a one-of-a-kind experience rent or operate a motorized boat at the required to rent a motorized boat or you must water levels and accessibility. as we introduce Fort Riley Soldiers and Fort Riley Marina or through the have a NASBLA approved card/certificate. For Families to our new paintball course.You Outdoor Recreation Center. These cards/ information about the course visit www.kdwp. will be able to try out our artificial certificates can also be obtained online ks.us/news/Boating/Boating-Education. climbing wall, while the kids jump around at: http://www.kdwp.state.ks.us/news/ in the inflatable bounce houses. Boating/Boating-Education Jet ski rentals require an additional safety review and a mandatory test will have to be passed by all patrons. Other trips, services, and activities are available. Just call or stop by for details. All are available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Advanced registration is required for all trips. All times/dates are subject to change. 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. 785-239-9058 (The customer who rents a boat may be held ﬁnancially liable for Wed-Fri, 11am-6pm | Sat & Sun, 10am-5pm items that are lost, damaged, or destroyed by causes other than Open to the public | Weather Permitting fair wear and tear.) The Fort Riley Skeet & Trap Range is entering its third year of operation. We are Marina property is for personal use only to the person offering new programs and classes so keep your eyes open. Bring out your own gun it is issued. Customers will not allow unauthorized or borrow a range gun. Introductory clinics, parties, and unit functions persons to use or operate government property. are available. For more information, call or stop by the Outdoor PRICING: Recreation Center 785-239-2363 or 785-307-3798. 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: www.rileymwr.com Summer Guide 2012 · 5
6 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at: www.rileymwr.com Summer Guide 2012 · 7
PARENT CENTRAL ARMY FAMILY COVENANT SCHOOL AGE CENTER (SAC) SCHOOL SUPPORT SERVICES (SSS) Your first stop for all Child,Youth & (AFC) CYSS INITIATIVES SAC is a nationally accredited program for Kindergarten to 5th Grade. SAC offers before SSS develops partnerships with local School Services (CYSS) is Parent Central. You must present a copy of deployment and after school programs, as well as Open Recreation. Children can utilize Open schools and community organizations to help Registration is required to participate in any orders (with spouse’s name) in order to Recreation for 10 hours per week during the school year and 20 hours per week during the ensure a positive educational experience for CYSS Service. Annual registration fees are receive any of the AFC discounts in addition summer. Families requiring full time care may register for a weekly fee. Get five FREE military children and youth. SSS also currently waived (until further notice) and to being registered with Parent Central. hours of Open Recreation each month simply for being registered with CYSS (reservations collaborates with parents and schools to CYSS registration may be transferred to a Initiatives include: are required). Normal rate is $4.00 per hour. ensure academic success. New to the area? new duty station upon PCS. Parent Central’s •20% monthly discount is available for Let SSS help you navigate the local school new hours are: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm. Walk-in children of deployed Soldiers for full-time Upcoming Events & Field Trips system, their procedures, programs, and registrations are Mon-Fri 8am-4:30pm, and part-day fees. Get to Know Your Summer Family May 28-Jun 1 Rolling Hills Zoo schedules. SSS also supports home school appointments are also available. For •$100 in FREE sports registrations per Summer Kickoff Big Extravaganza May 29 SAC Families and can supply you with resourceCYSS DIRECTORY additional information, please child per Family per deployment. This Out of This World Mission Jun 4-8 Forbes Field materials on primary, secondary, and postParent Central call 785-239-9885. includes soccer, baseball, basketball, flag Think Healthy & Get Fit Jun 11-15 Anneberg Park secondary education.785-239-9885 football, and volleyball programs. Go Green Jun 18-22 Underground Salt MineFamily Child Care WebTrac! •$300 in FREE instructional (SKIES) classes Fun in the Sun Jun 25-29 Salina Water Park Student Online785-239-4313 WebTrac! is now available for CYSS patrons per child per Family per deployment. This Exploring the West Jul 2-6 Topeka Museum Achievement Resources (SOAR)Outreach Services to make payments, as well as enroll in Youth includes gymnastics, Tae Kwon Do, SAC Has Talent Jul 9-13 JC Opera House www.SoarAtHome.org785-239-9850 Sports programs. Customers currently in ballet and other programs. Kansas Week Jul 16-20 Discovery Zone SOAR is a free website providing studentsYouth Sports our database will receive their WebTrac! User •16 hours of free hourly care per month is Critters to Dinosaurs Jul 23-27 Skate 8 Way in Topeka and parents with resources to:785-239-9223/9200 ID and password upon request via the e-mail available to children of deployed sponsors. •Identify academic strengths and Riley Ranger Round Up Jul 30-Aug 3 RockspringsSchool Liaison address we have on file. New customers Hourly care is located at Warren East CDC weaknesses in math and reading785-240-3261/785-239-1648 Summer Finale Aug 2 Barlow Theater may sign up by going to the WebTrac! link and SAC. End of Summer BBQ & Talent Show Aug 3 SAC •Instruct the student in math, reading and6620 Normandy Dr. located on the DFMWR website, •FREE hourly Saturday care is available up language arts through interactive tutorialsSchool of Knowledge, Inspiration, www.rileymwr.com to 90 days after the Soldier returns. SAC Riley Ranger Summer Camp •Involve parents by providing educationalExploration, and Skills (SKIES) FREE Saturday Hourly Care: Begins on May 29 and is open until all spots are filled. resources written specifically for parents785-240-5821 CYSS Hourly Care Jun 2, Jul 7, & Aug 4, 7-11pm SAC will continue to take registrations until the camp is filled. SAC is offering a 12 week2420 H St. Hourly care is open from 7:30am-5pm, Jul 14, 9am-1pm camp with 10 theme weeks. Theme weeks will include adventure, getting healthy, and getting School Support Services Workshops Mon-Fri at Warren East CDC and SAC. The FREE Weekday Hourly Care: to know your summer Family just to name a few. Workshops are available to all high school1st Division CDC hourly rate is $4.00 per hour Reservations785-239-9011 Jun 12 & 26, Jul 10 & 24, Aug 14 & 28 students in the Central Flint Hills Region and4012 1st Division Rd. can be made up to 30 days in advance by 6-8pm their parents. All workshops are FREE, calling Warren East CDC at 785-240-0822 Be sure to make your reservations in MIDDLE SCHOOL & TEEN CENTER (MST) located at 6620 Normandy Dr., Fort RileyWarren CDC or SAC at 785-239-9220. Families can use advance at Warren East CDC or SAC. Youth Services MST offers a range of positive activities for youth in grades 6-12 that and run from 6-7pm unless otherwise noted.785-239-9929 the hourly care program up to 20 hours per Saturday care includes a lunch at 11:30am. promote positive attitudes and reinforces Army core values.Youth Services sponsors a Jun 5 Time Management6950 Warren Rd. week, per child. All reservations are on a Patrons may also utilize an hourly rate to variety of programs offering youth opportunities in life skills; citizenship and leadership; Jun 12 Resources for Teens first-come, first-serve basis. We make every take advantage of Weekday and Saturday leisure, recreation and arts; mentoring, intervention and support services. Jun 19 Job ApplicationsWarren East CDC785-240-0822/0821 effort to accommodate hourly care needs. care. Weekday care is free for Families Jul 10 Career Exploration6981 Warren Rd. FREE hourly care is available for the participating in FRG’s. MST School Hours Jul 24 Financial Plan & Resources children of deployed Soldiers. Refer to the Mon-Thu, 3-8pm | Fri, 3-11pm | Sat, 2-11pm Jul 31 Life INCForsyth CDC Army Family Covenant (AFC) Initiatives for MST has an e-mail distribution list; please contact the Teen Center if you would Aug 7 Money Matters785-239-4846/4848 details. Reservation required. CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS like to receive e-mails regarding upcoming opportunities and reminders.2410 Saddlehorn Rd. The Army provides care in a Multi-Age Tutor.com for Military FamiliesForsyth East CDC Play Pals Playgroup group setting. Each classroom enrolls Find MST Online • 24/7 access: www.tutor.com/military785-240-5820/5822 Every Mon-Thu 9-11am children with a minimum age span of 18 http://www.facebook.com/ftrileyteen or http://twitter.com/fortrileyteen • Fully funded by Department of Defense2420 H St. 6620 B Normandy Dr. months. The concept of the Multi-Age MWR Library Program and the Yellow Reservations recommended but not classroom is to provide a Family style Summer Camp Ribbon Reintegration ProgramWhitside CDC required (space available without reservations). environment where the children learn from May 28- Aug 11 and is open until all spots are filled. – No cost to schools or Families785-239-4978 Call 239-9885 for additional information. and nurture each other. Children Come join the MST staff for summer camp. Some of the fun-filled activities include: • All subjects and skill levels676 Warrior Rd. experience fewer transitions while in the BBQ and dance, bowling, movie trips, culinary explosion, Cosmosphere Trip, Kenwood – Math, Science, English, Social StudiesMiddle School & Teen Center (MST) Multi-Age child care setting, giving them Cove Waterpark Trip, Worlds of Fun, photography, and science & technology camp. – K-12, College785-239-9222 OUTREACH SERVICES more time to bond with their primary – Elementary to Advanced Placement and5800 Thomas Ave. The Parent Advisory Council (PAC) caregiver. Children also benefit widely EDGE introductory College Courses Jun 21, Jul 19, & Aug 16, 4:30-5:45pm from interacting with classmates who are The CYSS EDGE program provides FREE activities for middle and high school youth to • 2,500+ tutorsSchool Age Center (SAC) older and younger, learning important Experience, Develop, Grow and Excel by participating in exciting activities.785-239-9220 Parent Central, 6620 Normandy Dr. – Subject-matter experts Participation in the Parent Advisory principles of citizenship, relationships, Call 785-239-1648 for additional information. – Screened and background checked5810 Thomas Ave. respect, patience, and self-esteem. Utilizing Council (PAC) allows patrons to provide support, input and ideas to CYSS. a creative curriculum, our approach HIRED! For more information about these Participating patrons can receive points balances both teacher-directed and Get your foot in the door today by participating in HIRED! $500 cash award is available programs please contact: School Liaison towards a 10% discount on their childcare child-initiated learning, with an emphasis for youths undergoing an internship this fall. The HIRED! Apprenticeship Program Officers at 785-240-3261 or 785-239-1648. fee. Additional details apply. For additional on responding to children’s learning styles provides 15-18 year old high school students with meaningful, professionally-managed information, please call 239-9885. and building on their strengths career-exploration opportunities in MWR and military facilities on Fort Riley. In addition and interests. to hands-on experience, you can expect to attend workforce preparation workshops such as: problem solving, interviewing skills, résumé writing, public speaking, financial management, and post-secondary exploration workshops. Call 785-239-3261 for more information.8 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at: www.rileymwr.com Summer Guide 2012 · 9
SCHOOL OF KNOWLEDGE, INSPIRATION, YOUTH SPORTS & FITNESS (S&F)EXPLORATION, AND SKILLS (SKIES) UNLIMITED CLASSES Registration is required for all S&F sports Sport physicals are not required to enroll in SKIES Unlimited Classes, but you must be and trips. To register, sign up at Parentregistered with Parent Central. $300 worth of classes FREE to children of deployed Central, 6620 Normandy Dr., 785-239-9885.Soldiers. 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 is Outdoor Adventureseeking instructors to teach all ages of children and youth in a wide variety of areas. Please Camping Trip at Milford Lakeinquire with an e-mail to email@example.com or call 785-240-5821. Register by Jun 8, grades 4-5 WHY ATTEND PARENT ENRICHMENT CLASSES? ADDITIONAL CLASSES: Outdoor Adventure Canoeing Because children do not come with instructions. As much as we 24/7 Dad Workshop (2 Day)Guitar Lessons Gymnastics & Tumbling want to be, no parent is perfect. These classes can help you learn Register by Jul 4, grades 6-12 Jun 11 & 12 and Aug 6 & 7, 9:30am-4:30pm - ACSAges 6-10 or 10-14, $40 a month Ages 2-16, $30 per month new methods of guidance, healthier ways of communicating with This unique, innovative, and comprehensive course is designed A limited number of Guitars are available Register by Jul 11, grades 4-5 your child, and fun ways to just enjoy being a parent. to engage fathers and encourage them to become more involvedfor rent for $10. Home Alone Class with their children and Families. It is packed with fun, interesting, Ages 10 & up Outdoor Adventure Fishing CONSIDER ATTENDING THE FOLLOWING Register by Jul 31, grades 6-12 and interactive activities to assist dads in raising healthy, mature,Snare Drum Lessons Every 3rd Thu of the Month, 5-7pm IF YOUR CHILD IS 0-3 YEARS OF AGE: and responsible children. It is only for fathers that are interestedAges 6-14, $40 a month Parents must attend the last 30 min of class. Register by Aug 7, grades 4-5 Infant Massage Instruction* in being better dads and refreshments are provided. Practice pads will be loaned out monthly Jun 5, 10am-Noonfor practice. Jr. Golf Orienteering* Designed to guide parents on how to massage their own babies Register by Aug 24, grades 4-12, $20 Boot Camp for New Dads Ages 6-13 (birth to 6 months only please). Parents are asked to bring a soft Jun 25, Jul 23, & Aug 27,9:30-11:30amAmerican Red Cross Swim Lessons Tue or Thu sessions comfortable blanket, special toy for baby, dress infant in easy to IACH, Bldg 600, 3rd floor educational roomAges 0-5 PACA/5 and up by level 6 sessions $60 Fall Soccer* remove clothing and be prepared to feed baby if necessary and to A discussion centered class that focuses on topics like becoming$20 per 5 class session (Once a week class) Register by Aug 24, grades K-12, $40 sit on the floor. a new father, forming a new Family, and caring for mom. Following the discussion is a hands on opportunity for prospective fathersATA Tae Kwon Do Horse and Riding Workshop Volleyball* Sibling Silly* to become comfortable in caring for babies under the guidance ofAges 5-18, $60 a month. Ages 3-18, $30 per session Register by Aug 24, grades 3-12, $40 July 14, 9:30-11:30am veteran dads who demonstrate burping, swaddling, changing and8th Street Plaza, Junction City Sessions scheduled monthly please call Join Professor Higabigaby and other children who are going to calming a crying baby. One time uniform fee and membership for more information. Flag Football* soon be big brothers or sisters. Children will learn the importantpaid directly to the instructor. Testing fees Vickie Wood’s Farm Register by Aug 24, grades 2-12, $40 safety issues about holding their baby properly to all the fun things FREE EARLY CHILDHOOD ASSESSMENTdue at testing. involved in being a big brother or sister. Please bring a doll or Oh! Oh, Baby It’s Your Day! Kids in the Kitchen Cheerleading* stuffed animal and a blanket with each child. Jul 18, 1:30-4:30pmHapkido Ages 4-5, 6-7 & 8-11 Register by Aug 24, grades 1-12, $40 Children receive a free Ages & Stages Assessment, Vision and CONSIDER ATTENDING THE FOLLOWING Hearing. Parents learn from their child’s assessment which enhancesAges 3-5, 5-9 and 9-18 $15 per workshop includes supplies Start Smart Soccer** IF YOUR CHILD IS 3-7 YEARS OF AGE: their skills in parenting their child’s development growth.$35 per month Workshops scheduled monthly please call Register by Aug 31, ages 3-4, $20 Emerging Skills in Early Readers*Uniform fees $25 for additional information. Jun 12, 6:30-8:30pmAnnual membership fees are also required. Parents and their children will learn the IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Digital Photography Workshop basic skills and fundamentals of soccer during A parent is the child’s first and most important teacher. Come All classes will be held at 6620 Normandy Dr.,Wiggles & Giggles Ages 8-18, 8 sessions for $60 this six-week program. learn how to encourage your child to develop reading skills and unless otherwise specified. what normal development looks like in early literacy. Resources10 months-5 years, $20 per month will be shared of activities you can do at home to build a strong *FREE childcare with pre-registration at least one week Enjoy time with Mom or Dad (10 months Pre-Pointe, Pointe Ballet Start Smart Flag Football** Register by Aug 31, grades K-1, $20 foundation for early reading. in advance. Current registration with CYSS required!to 5 years old) while participating in gross and Advanced Balletmotor and musical activities in a group setting. Ages: 11-18, $32 per month Parents and their children will learn the basic skills and fundamentals of football Positive Parenting* Please call 785-239-9885/9435 or e-mail during this six-week program. Aug 8, 9-11am firstname.lastname@example.org to pre-registerHip Hop Dance Okinawan Karate This course is designed to help parents get their message across or for more information.Ages 5-16, $30 per month Ages 8-18, $50 per month to their children by helping them learn to set limits, acknowledge Family Fitness Nights feelings and by taking care of themselves.Intermediate Ballet Disc GolfCreative Movement Register for SKIES classes at Parent Jun 15, 6-7pm, Register by Jun 13 CONSIDER ATTENDING THE FOLLOWINGAges 7-10, $30 per month Central 6620 Normandy Dr. or on Riley’s Conference Center IF YOUR CHILD IS 8-12 YEARS OF AGE: WebTrac! Staying Connected during Deployment*Combination Dance and Tumbling Water Games Jun 26, 6:30-8:30pmAges 2-7, $30 per month Jul 12, 6-7pm, Register by Jul 11 Come learn some simple ideas to help you and your Family Colyer Manor Fields stay connected during deployment. Hands on activities will be presented and handouts will be available.FAMILY CHILD CARE (FCC) Indoor Soccer FCC providers provide child care in a home setting. FCC homes offer full-day, part-time, Aug 10, 6-7pm, Register by Aug 8and extended hours. FCC homes have unique qualities making them the preferred child care Parent Central, 6620 Normandy Dr.choice for many Families. Homes provide flexible hours, a comfortable Family-like setting, * Child must have a current sportsand activities based on real life experiences in the home and neighborhood. Adults wanting physical form at time of registration.to become certified FCC providers are invited to attend an FCC informational briefing. ** Child must have a health assessmentThe briefings are scheduled every Thu, starting at 1:30pm in Bldg. 6620. Take a tour of FCC at time of registration.homes at www.armyfcc.com. Contact Parent Central or the FCC office for your usernameand password. For additional information, please call 239-4313.10 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at: www.rileymwr.com Summer Guide 2012 · 11
LOOKING FOR WORK? THE FAMILY READINESS WILLING TO VOLUNTEER? RELOCATING? The Employment Readiness Program DEPLOYMENT RESOURCES The Army Volunteer Corps provides Lending Closet (ERP) offers employment assistance with job FRG Leaders Training opportunities for volunteers based on Are you new to Fort Riley or getting Army Community Service Birthday search, résumé prep and review and referrals Jul 17-18, 9am-Noon (2 Session Class) interest and agency needs. Volunteers ready to PCS to your next assignment? 47 Years of Serving Families for local businesses. Call ERP to obtain more Instruction and guidance to assist newly support the installation mission in a variety Don’t forget about the lending closet. On Jul 25, 1965, General Harold K. information, 785-239-9435. appointed Family Readiness Group Leaders, of capacities such as: coaches, FRG leaders, The lending closet is administered to Johnson, Army Chief of Staff, dispatched a FRSAs and Commanders. and much more. For more information provide basic housekeeping items for letter to all major commanders announcing Army Federal Applications Workshop please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at temporary loan to incoming and outgoingArmy Community Service (ACS) the establishment of the ACS program. Jun 7, 14, 21, 28 Funds Custodian Training 785-239-9435. ACS Volunteers are eligible Families and in other cases determined7264 Normandy Dr. Jul 12, 19, 26 Jul 24, 10am-Noon to receive 25 hours per month in FREE appropriate. ACS stocks the lending closetMon-Thu, 8am-5pm Dad’s Make a Difference Aug 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 This class provides instruction and child care. Available volunteer opportunities with quality items, that include basic kitchenFri, 8am-4pm Picnic & Field Day 1-3:30pm guidance to assist newly appointed FRG can be found online at www.MyArmyOne- equipment; pots, dishes, cups, silverware,785-239-9435 Jun 2, 11am-2pm - Rally Point Field Comprehensive overview of Federal Job Funds Custodians. Source.com. coffee pots, toasters, and crock pots. We also Fun Family activities, games and application processes using the USA Jobs carry other small items such as; high chairs,ACS Resiliency Learning Center opportunity for interaction. website. Instructor will assist you on Key Caller Class Volunteer of the Quarter car seats, play pens, irons, folding card tables7285 Normandy Dr. computers during this workshop. Jun 6 & Aug 7, 10am-Noon Volunteer Recognition Ceremonies are and chairs.Mon-Thu, 8am-5pm Resilient Spouse Academy This class provides instruction and held quarterly at Riley’s Conference Center, Don’t spend a small fortune eating outFri, 8am-4pm Jun 4-8 Employment Readiness Orientation guidance to assist newly appointed Family 446 Seitz Drive, to recognize Brigades and every night. Take home a loaner kit today!785-239-9435 Topics: Suicide Intervention, Financial & Jun 6, 13, 20 & 27 Readiness Group Key Callers. private organization nominees. Master Resilience Training, and more. Jul 5, 11, 18 & 25 Turn your Move into aACS Soldier Family Assistance Center Aug 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 Care Team Training ACS Volunteer Orientation Lifetime Enhancement674 Warrior Rd. Master Resilience Training 1-1:45pm Aug 15, 1-3pm Jun 11, Jul 9 & Aug 13, 10am-Noon PCS South Korea, Jun 5, Jul 3 & Aug 7Mon-Thu, 7:30am-5pm Family Member Explanation of services available through Instruction on Care Team’s responsibilities Overview and guidance to assist new and PCS Germany, Jun 12, Jul 10 & Aug 14Fri, 7:30am-4pm Jun 11-14 ERP and information on the local job market. and provides guidance on how to handle existing volunteers at Fort Riley Army PCS Stateside, Jun 19, Jul 17 & Aug 21785-240-7450 Be a part of the Comprehensive Soldier issues volunteers will face (such as dealing Community Service. PCS Overseas, Jun 26, Jul 24 & Aug 28 fitness movement by learning the same skills Workshop by Request with Family’s reactions). All briefings begin at 1pm.ACS Survivor Outreach Services being taught to our war-fighting Soldiers Jun 6 & 20, Jul 5 & 18, & Aug 1, 15 & 29 Volunteer Awards and Recognition The level of success you and your Family510 Reed Rd. 2-4pm Family Readiness Support Assistant Jun 6 & Aug 1, 1-3pm can achieve is directly proportionate to theMon-Thu, 8am-5:15pm Dad’s Tea Party Employment workshops conducted with (FRSA) Training Educating volunteers and leaders how to preparation, information and support youFri, 8am-4:15pm Jun 16, 10am-Noon - Parent Central adult learning techniques on a variety of Aug 28-29, 9am-3pm motivate, recruit, and maintain a viable receive before, during and after your785-239-5979 A fun opportunity for Dads to share subjects. Each workshop’s itinerary will be This course will provide newly appointed volunteer base using awards and recognition. assignment. Every PCS should become an quality time with their tea party “date” determined by the surveys of requested FRSA’s, Commanders, and all other FRG opportunity for the entire Family. This through story time, craft & music. classes completed by attendees of the two volunteers a basic knowledge of the roles training is required for all 1st time PCSing previous “ERP Orientation” workshops. and responsibilities of FRSA’s INFORMATION & RESOURCES Soldiers and for all Soldiers PCSing overseas. *You can contact any of the ACS programs to EFMP Special Needs Rodeo Typical subjects may include: Résumé Sponsorship Trainingregister or gather more information by phone or Jul 21, 10am-Noon writing, Conducting an effective job search, Jun 4, 11, 18 & 25by an e-mail message being sent to: A social Family gathering where children Networking, Dress for Success, Interviewing HEARTS APART Jul 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30 with special needs have a chance to 101, Cover Letters, Completing employer Aug 6, 13, 20, 27 WOUNDED WARRIOR &email@example.com It is inevitable that throughout a Service MEB SUPPORT SERVICES “cowboy it up.” Each child will be escorted applications, Self appraisal and assessment, Member’s career one will be separated from 2:30-4:30pm to each event by a real cowboy or cowgirl! and Tapping into the Hidden Job Market. Comprehensive overview of the Total The Soldier and Family Assistance Center their Families. In some cases, Families choose (SFAC) is located at 674 Warrior Road near to move to areas closer to Family and friends. Army Sponsorship Program including Sponsorship training online. the Warrior Transition Battalion (WTB). TheMONEY THE EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY Others, however, decide to remain in SFAC supports Soldiers assigned to the WTBMoney Management 101 Debt Reduction MEMBER PROGRAM (EFMP) housing or stay in the immediate area until or who are in the MEB process by providingJun 6, 13, 20 & 27, 9-11:30am Jun 6, 2-5pm The Exceptional Family Member Program the service member completes his/her WANT TO LEARN one-stop services ranging from ID Cards toJul 11, 18 & 25, 9-11:30am Not sure which card to pay off first? (EFMP) is a mandatory enrollment program. unaccompanied tour. Regardless of the MORE ABOUT THE ARMY? recreational activities and self-help services.Aug 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29, 9-11:30am We’ll help you figure out the best way to The program is designed to provide circumstance, these types of separations can Customs for Military Events For more information call 785-239-8430 Seem like you never have enough? reduce your debt. comprehensive services consisting of become quite overwhelming, particularly Jun 2, 10am-Noon or 785-240-7192.Confident making financial decisions? medically related issues, and an educational/ because Families are left behind without the Provides orientation and awareness ofIs dealing with money a constant stress? Investing Boot Camp social support and personnel type service that support network and regular contact that a appropriate protocol and customs to assist in WTB Town HallTake this course to build your Jul 31 & Aug 29, 2-4pm enhances the readiness and quality of life for unit Family Readiness Group (FRG) would preparing for formal events. Jun 5, Jul 3, & Aug 7, 11:30am-5:30pmfinancial readiness! Learn the basics of investing! From Families with special needs. otherwise provide. Tension Fabric Structure by Irwin definitions to different methods of saving and If you are interested in the Support group To respond to the needs of our Families, Army Family Team Building Army Community HospitalFinancial Peace University investing, the pros and cons, this is the class for Military Families who have Family Army Community Service has established Level l - Jul 10 & 11, or 14 & 21 To provide ill, injured and woundedJun 6-Aug 22 (every Wed, 6-8pm) for you. Members with special needs. Support Groups the Hearts Apart program. “Hearts Apart” is Chain of Command, Benefits, & Finance Soldiers and their Family members theJun 14-Sep 6 (every Thu, 9-11am) held at the Army Community Service, or a Support Group for Waiting Spouses. This Level ll - Aug 7-9 opportunity to express issues, barriers,Aug 4-Oct 27 (every Sat, 9-11am) Planning for your Child’s Future call 785-239-9435. program offers various activities for those Problem Solving & Intro to Leadership concerns, or successes to Division, Garrison,Aug 29-Nov 7 (every Wed, 12:30-2:30pm) Aug 14, 6-8pm that have a Service Member deployed, is TDY Level lll - Aug 28-30 Hospital and WTB Commands. This Town This popular series will teach you how to Do you expect your child to go to college? or serving on any type of Unaccompanied Leadership Styles, Coaching & Mentoring Hall will be hosted by the Divisionachieve your financial goals by eliminating Do you have a plan? This class will discuss Tour. It provides the opportunity to share Commander on the 1st Tuesday of everydebt and saving for the future. It meets for how to save for child’s education and how common concerns, ask questions, as well as Command Team Spouse Seminar month. The WTB Town Hall is a forumof two hours weekly over twelve weeks, to plan for your retirement. participate in social activities. Jul 14, 8:30am-4:30pm Warriors use to directly present issues theyduring which time the average Family pays To RSVP for a course, event, If you would like to learn more about the Strengthen your “Team” by enhancing the are experiencing while navigating throughoff $5300 in debt and saves $2700. or child care, please call 785-239-9435. “Hearts Apart” program, call 785-239-9435. skills needed as a Commander/1SG Spouse. Garrison Agencies.12 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at: www.rileymwr.com Summer Guide 2012 · 13
14 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at: www.rileymwr.com Summer Guide 2012 · 15
Custer Hill Golf Course is in full swing for the 2012 Golf HOURS AND RATES: SUMMER EVENTS:Season. We have many new programs available for the golfing SNACK BAR HOURS PGA/American Express Ladies Monthcommunity, such as 9-hole rates, and rates for 3-holes, and Jun 1-30 Mon-Fri: 11am-1:30pm Closed on Federal Holidays6-hole rates for those beginners and inexperienced golfers. Ladies pay 1/2 Greens Fee & Golf Cart.We will be hosting many clinics and golf lessons this summerfor golfers of all ages. We offer a wide variety of clubs for new DRIVING RANGE HOURS Member-Guest Tournamentgolfers to the more experienced golfer. Our PGA trained Open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Jun 2staff can help you with your lesson needs, or help you pickthe right set of clubs for you. We also can help you with your $50 per Person | 2-Person Teamspecial functions and events out on the golf course. 9-Hole Scramble | 9-Hole Best Ball PRO SHOP HOURS You may have noticed some changes out on the golf course Please check with the Pro-Shop for the current hours of Ladies Clinicthis spring. We have been making these changes to make your operation. (Hours vary throughout the year due to weather Jun 3, 2-4pmgolfing experience at Custer Hill Golf Course more satisfying. and length of the day) For more information, please $10 per PersonWe have added new rental clubs and benches out on the golf call 785-784-6000.course. The Tee Boxes on Holes 1, 9, 10, and 18 are in the Get Golf Readyprocess of being replaced with Zoysia Grass and leveled out. Jun 4-8, 5:30-7:30pmWe are also working on placing water fountains out on the $99 per Person PLAYING COURSE HOURSgolf course in the shelters of Holes 4, 7, 13, and 16. Lastly, Please check with the Pro Shop for course hours, as hours willaround the driving range, we are adding a concrete strip and Victory Week Golf Tournament vary during the season due to the length of the day. Jun 12-13driving range mats for players to hit off of during the wintertime, and adding a short game practice area. This practice $30 per Person | 4-Person Scramblearea will feature a chipping green and a sand bunker for you topractice out of. GOLF RATES 10-PLAY CARDS Mother & Daughter Golf Clinic 9-Hole 18-Hole 18-Hole Jun 16, 11am-1pm In the Pro Shop, we can custom fit you into the set of clubs E1-E5 / Youth $8 $15 $125 $10 per Personyou need, or help determine the club that is right for you. All other Military $10 $18 $145We have all of the top brands to include Titleist, Nike Golf, DOD Civilians $10 $18 $145 Pick-A-Pro SeriesCallaway, Cleveland, Cobra, and Taylor Made. Not looking for Guest / Civilians $12 $22 $185 Jun 16-17, Jul 14-15, and/or Aug 11-12clubs, but gifts for friends, then check out our line of shirts, $10 per Person | Better Ballhats, and other trinkets that are in our Pro Shop. Golf Cart (Per Person) $9 $14 (Fee does not include Greens Fee or Cart) The Custer Hill Golf Course, located on Historic Fort Advanced Get Golf ReadyRiley’s Custer Hill, is a Robert Trent Jones, Sr. design. It ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP Jun 20-22offers challenges from tee to green on every hole for all level Please check online at www.rileymwr.com/golf or with the Pro Shop for $50 per Personof golfers. The course is an 18-hole championship course that current rates and payment plans for individual and Familyplays over 7,072 yards from the tips. annual memberships. Bring Your Child to the Range Month Jul 1-31 The Custer Hill Golf Course Snack Bar has your lunchtime Bring your child to the range and receivefavorites, whether it is the old standby of hamburgers OTHER RATES half-price tokens for the kids.or cheeseburgers, Philly chicken or steak sandwiches. Golf Clubs $12 per SetLooking for some German cuisine? Try one of our famous $2 per Individual Club Bring Your Daughter to the CourseSchnitzel sandwiches. Want a healthier fare? Have one of our Range Tokens $3 per Token Jul 4-11sandwiches, wraps, or salads. If you are looking for small Purchase 1 adult Greens Fee & Cart and (Approx 30 Balls per Token)group events, our Snack Bar can hold your small parties. receive your daughter’s Fee & Cart FREE. Golf Lessons $35 for 1 - 30 minute Golf outings are a way of getting away from work and $90 for 3 - 30 minute Garrison Summer Classichaving some fun. Use them as team building exercises or even Jul 5Hail and Farewells. Let our staff help you with your needs. $50 per Person | 4-Person ScrambleWe have 9-hole and 18-hole packages that can fit any need. Prices, tournament dates, and specials are subject to change.Golf package pricing ranges anywhere from $15 to $39 and Course Club Championshipincludes greens fees, golf carts, range balls, and food. We can Aug 25-26also help make your event special by doing custom hats or $75 Members | $90 Non-Membersshirts for your event. 36 Hole Individual Stroke Play16 · Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at: www.rileymwr.com Summer Guide 2012 · 17