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Ft Riley MWR's Fall Guide 2012

  1. 1. Directorate of Family and Morale, 4 Outdoor Recreation Center Welfare & Recreation Rock Wall, Skeet & Trap, Marina 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! Fall Guide Contents 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 SKIES 5810 2420 239-9220 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 30 Custer Hill Bowling Center Family Advocacy 7264 239-9435 Marketing Assistant Come check out our new look! -24/7 Victim Advocate Emergency 307-1373 Laura Dillon Relocation Program 7264 239-9435 32 King’s Korner Women, Infants & Children 7264 239-5730 Marketing Assistant Fruit Smoothies, Energy Snacks 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 Oktoberfest, Fall Apple Day Business Operations Chief 253 239-2544 Rally Point Bingo 2600 784-5434 39 Library Custer Hill Bowling Center 7485 239-4366 Story Time, Movie Night Custer Hill Golf Course 5202 784-6000 To advertise in this quarterly publication: Riley’s Conference Center 446 784-1000 Contact the Commercial Sponsorship 40 Sports Habanero 8067 240-2782 Coordinators at 785-239-8161. Sports, Fitness, Massage, Aquatics Warrior Zone 7867 240-6618 The Family & MWR Guide is an authorized, Recreation official quarterly magazine for Family and Morale, Recreation Chief 253 239-2612 Welfare and Recreation activities within Fort Riley. BOSS President 7867 239-2677 Contents are not necessarily the official views of or Directory of Advertisers: Page Outdoor Recreation 9011 239-2363 CenturyLink 2 Arts & Crafts 6918 239-9205 endorsed by the U.S. Government, the Department AA Self Storage 7 USO 6918 240-5328 of Defense, or the Fort Riley Command. Printed Champion Car Wash 7 circulation is 11,000. The appearance of advertising in Holm Automotive 7 Auto Skills 7753 239-9764 USA Discounters 15 Library 5306 239-5305 this publication does not constitute endorsement by Manhattan Chamber 18 Leisure Travel Center 6918 239-5614 the Department of the Army or the Fort Riley Morale, Quantico Tactical 18 Welfare, and Recreation Fund. Everything advertised Briggs 18 Sports & Fitness shall be made available for purchase, use or patronage Simply Wireless 22 Sports Director 202 239-2172 without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national K-State University 22 King Field House 202 239-3868 Meritrust 23 origin, age, marital status, physical handicap, political Dick Edwards 26 Leonard Fitness Center 7632 239-5771 Long Fitness Center 8069 239-4684 affiliation, or any other non-merit factor on the COX 36 purchaser, user or patron. If a violation or rejection Exchange 38 Eyster Swimming Pool 6940 239-4854 DECA 38 Main Post Pool 448 239-6972 of this equal opportunity is confirmed, MWR shall C. L. Hoover Opera House 42 Custer Hill Pool 7465 239-5860 refuse to accept advertising from that source until the Central Michigan University 42 Robinson Fitness Center 7832 239-4480 violation is corrected. The information in this issue is Rolling Hills Wildlife 43 Craig Fitness Center 7024 239-5562 current at time of publication. Activities and events are Little Apple Toyota/Honda 43 Sprint 44 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 Fall Guide 2012 ∙ 3
  2. 2. 9011 Rifle Range Rd. 785-239-2363/6368 Thu-Mon, 9am-5pm | Tue & Wed, 9am-1pm Winter Hours Beginning Nov 5, Mon-Fri, 9am-5pm Visit Outdoor Recreation and check out our full line of rentable tents, campers, boats, coolers, canoes/kayaks, grills, canopies, and chairs. If you have a special event or celebration coming up, you can rent our inflatable playstations, 785-463-LAKE (5253) or 785-307-3798 dunk tanks, potato sacks, tug-of-war ropes, and sports equipment. Don’t forget about our paintball packages, birthday packages, and the climbing wall! Call, Weather Permitting visit www.rileymwr.com , or drop by to find out how we can assist you. Fri & Mon, 11am-6pm Sat & Sun, 9am-6pm Services available to Active Duty, National Guard, Reservists, Retired, DoD Civilians and Families The Fort Riley Marina will close for the season Oct 8. Upcoming Events 3RD ANNUAL DOVE HUNT WILD, WILD WEST ZOMBIE PARADISE Sep 1, All Day PAINTBALL SHOOTOUT PAINTBALL SHOOTOUT The Marina is located on Milford Lake and has over 20 Call the Outdoor Recreation Center Sep 29 - $30 per person Oct 27 - $30 per person watercraft available for rent; including pontoons, fishing for details and pricing. Join us as we revisit the old west with a Dress up and get painted up with boats, jet skis, and ski boats. Come out and enjoy a day at modern twist on the paintball field. Sign Outdoor Recreation this Halloween! the lake. The Marina has pavilions for rent, a playground INTRO TO TRAP CLINIC up your 3-person team or individually. Themed games and scenarios will be on for the children, and boat slips for easy access to our By Appointment Minors 13-17 must have parents present the menu for our first Halloween Paintball rentable watercraft. $11 per person during the event. Shootout. Sign up your 3-person team or Learn the basics of shooting trap. individually. Minors 13-17 must have KONZA PRAIRIE HIKE parents present during the event. Watercraft 1Hr 4Hrs 8Hrs FALL SKEET LEAGUE Oct 6 - $5 per person Pontoon $28 $89 $156 Sep 12-Oct 17, 6-8pm Take a stroll through nature’s highways IBEX CLIMBING GYM Fishing Boat $20 $55 $90 $75 per person (t-shirt included) as we hike along the Flint Hill’s Konza Nov 3 - $35 per person Ski Boat $30 $105 $190 Round up your 5 person team and join Prairie trails. Immerse yourself in this IBEX Climbing Gym is an indoor Jet Skis $35 $125 NA us on Wednesdays for this 6-week league, protected, natural setting and imagine climbing facility that offers over 6,900 sq V-Bottom 9.9 hp $10 $35 $50 consisting of two rounds of skeet. Cost what Kansas was like when bison roamed ft of climbing area that will challenge any Kayak $5 $8 $14 does not include ammo. Registration is the hills and covered wagons traversed the beginner or most advanced climber. Water Skis or Tube NA $5 $10 limited so sign up early. plains. Wear comfortable shoes, clothing, Equipment Rental prices do not include fuel. and bring plenty of water. BUTTERBALL BLAST FAMILY CANOE TRIP Nov 10 - $5 per attempt Sep 15 - $15 per person NIGHT FLYER SHOOT We are cooking up the 3rd annual The Kansas State Boater’s Safety Course is Grab your friends and Families, pack a Oct 26 - $25 per person Butterball Blast for the holidays. This event required to rent a motorized boat or you must lunch, and join the Outdoor Recreation Come out to the range for our first will utilize paper targets and you will be have a NASBLA approved card/certificate. For staff for a fun-filled canoe trip. The night shoot. We will shoot white targets required to use the range guns/ammo. information about the course visit www.kdwp. location/route will be determined with the occasional prize clays mixed in. After the round, you will pick your best ks.us/news/Boating/Boating-Education. based on current water levels. This competition will consist of 4 rounds target and submit it as your entry to win a Age limit is 5+. of skeet. turkey. One in ten will win a turkey! 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 events and activities. (All times/dates are subject to change.) No reservations will be accepted. Multiple boats will not be issued to one customer. 785-239-9058 Each boat rented must be to a Boater Safety Card holder. (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 Winter Hours: Oct 1-31: Fri-Sun, 10am-5pm fair wear and tear.) Nov 1-30: Sat, 10-6pm or by appointment Open to the public | Weather Permitting Marina property is for personal use only to the person it is issued. Customers will not allow unauthorized We are offering new programs and classes so keep your eyes open. Bring out your persons to use or operate government property. own gun or borrow a range gun. Introductory clinics, parties, and unit functions are available. For more information, call or stop by the Outdoor Recreation Center 785-239-2363 or 785-307-3798. Pricing: Use your gun/ammo $5, use range gun/ammo $11 per round.4 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at: www.rileymwr.com Fall Guide 2012 ∙ 5
  3. 3. 6 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at: www.rileymwr.com Fall Guide 2012 ∙ 7
  4. 4. Parent Central Army Family Covenant School Support Services (SSS) Middle School & Your first stop for all Child,Youth & (AFC) CYSS Initiatives SSS develops partnerships with local schools and community organizations to help ensure Teen Center (MST) School Services (CYSS) is Parent Central. You must present a copy of deployment a positive educational experience for military children and youth. SSS also collaborates with Youth Services MST offers a range of Registration is required to participate in any orders (with spouse’s name) in order to parents and schools to ensure academic success. New to the area? Let SSS help you navigate positive activities for youth in grades 6-12 CYSS Service. Annual registration fees are receive any of the AFC discounts in addition the local school system, their procedures, programs, and schedules. SSS also supports home that promote positive attitudes and currently waived (until further notice). Parent to being registered with Parent Central. school Families and can supply you with resource materials on primary, secondary, and post reinforces Army core values.Youth Services Central’s hours are: Mon-Fri 8am-5pm. Last Initiatives include: secondary education. sponsors a variety of programs offering walk-in registration taken at 4:30pm. •16 hours of free hourly care per month is youth opportunities in life skills; citizenship Additional appointment times are also available to children of deployed sponsors. Student Online Achievement Resources (SOAR) www.SoarAtHome.org and leadership; leisure, recreation and arts; available with coordination. For more Hourly care is located at Warren East CDC SOAR is a free website providing students and parents with resources to: mentoring, intervention & support services. information, please call 785-239-9885. and SAS. Hourly Saturday care is available •Identify academic strengths and weaknesses in math and reading up to 90 days after the Soldier returns. •Instruct the student in math, reading and language arts through interactive tutorials MST School HoursCYSS Directory WebTrac! FREE Saturday Hourly Care: •Involve parents by providing educational resources written specifically for parents Mon-Thu, 3-8pm, Fri, 3-11pm Sat,Parent Central WebTrac! is now available for CYSS patrons Sep 1, Oct 6, & Nov 3, 7-11pm 2-11pm (On School Days)785-239-9885 to make payments, as well as enroll in Youth Sep 8, & Nov 10, 9am-1pm School Support Services Workshops MST has an e-mail distribution list; pleaseFamily Child Care Sports programs. Customers currently in FREE Weekday Hourly Care: Workshops are available to all high school students in the Central Flint Hills Region and contact the Teen Center if you would like to785-239-4313 our database will receive their WebTrac! User Sep 11, 25, Oct 9, 23, Nov 13 & 27 their parents. All workshops are FREE, located at 6620 Normandy Dr., Fort Riley receive e-mails regarding upcomingOutreach Services ID and password upon request via the e-mail 6-8pm Workshops Schedule opportunities and reminders.785-239-9850 address we have on file. New customers Be sure to make your reservations in Session 1: 6-7pm Session 2: 7-8pmYouth Sports may sign up by going to the WebTrac! link advance at Warren East CDC or SAC. Sep 18 College Applications On-line Study Resources Find MST On Facebook:785-239-9223/9200 located on the DFMWR website, Saturday care is from 9am-1pm (unless Sep 25 Resume Building Career Exploration http://www.facebook.com/ftrileyteenSchool Liaison www.rileymwr.com otherwise noted), and includes a lunch at Oct 2 Portfolios Life INC 785-240-3261/785-239-1648 11:30am. Patrons may also utilize an hourly Oct 9 Learning Styles Money Matters Upcoming MST6620 Normandy Dr. CYSS Hourly Care rate to take advantage of Weekday and Oct 23 School Transitions Events & Field TripsSchool of Knowledge, Inspiration, Hourly care is open from 7:30am-5pm, Saturday Childcares. Weekday Childcare is Call 785-240-3261 or 785-239-1648 for location information Hollywood Glamour OpenExploration, and Skills (SKIES) Mon-Fri at Warren East CDC and SAC. The free for Families participating in FRG’s. Mic Night and Talent Show785-240-5821 hourly rate is $4.00 per hour Reservations •20% monthly discount is available for Tutor.com for Military Families Sep 72420 H St. can be made up to 30 days in advance by children of deployed Soldiers for full-time • 24/7 access: www.tutor.com/military calling Warren East CDC at 785-240-0822 and part-day fees. • Fully funded by Department of Defense MWR Library Program and the Yellow Ribbon Saturday Movie (Manhattan Theater)1st Division CDC or SAC at 785-239-9220. Families can use •$100 in FREE sports registrations per Reintegration Program (No cost to schools or Families) Sep 15785-239-9011 the hourly care program up to 20 hours per • Site contains all subjects and skill levels from Math & Science to English & Social Studies4012 1st Division Rd. child per Family per deployment. This week, per child. All reservations are on a includes soccer, baseball, basketball, flag Kindergarten through College. Treasure Hunt PartyWarren CDC first-come, first-serve basis. We make every football, and volleyball programs. • 2,500+ tutors/subject-matter experts that are screened and have had background checks Sep 19, 4pm785-239-9929 effort to accommodate hourly care needs. •$300 in FREE instructional (SKIES) classes For more information about these programs please contact: School Liaison Officers at6950 Warren Rd. FREE hourly care is available for the per child for maximum duration of eight 785-240-3261 or 785-239-1648. It’s a Groove Thang!” Dance children of deployed Soldiers. Refer to the weeks each. Regular fees will apply after Sep 21Warren East CDC Members $2.50 | Non-Members $3.50785-240-0822/0821 Army Family Covenant (AFC) Initiatives for the eight weeks. EDGE6981 Warren Rd. details. Reservation required. The CYSS EDGE program provides FREE activities for middle and high school youth to Experience, Develop, Grow and Excel by participating in exciting activities. Pizza DayForsyth CDC CYSS Playgroup Call 785-239-1648 for additional information. Every Thu during September785-239-4846/4848 Every Mon, 9-11am Child Development Centers Create your own flavorful concoction2410 Saddlehorn Rd. The Army provides care in a Multi-Age HIRED! 6620 Normandy Dr. group setting. Each classroom enrollsForsyth East CDC Reservations recommended but not Get your foot in the door today by participating in HIRED! $500 cash award is available Bingo Night children with a minimum age span of 18 for youths undergoing an internship this fall. The HIRED! Apprenticeship Program785-240-5820/5822 required (space available without reservations). months. The concept of the Multi-Age Oct 10, 4:30-5:30pm2420 H St. Call 239-9885 for additional information. provides 15-18 year old high school students with meaningful, professionally-managed classroom is to provide a Family style career-exploration opportunities in MWR and military facilities on Fort Riley. In addition environment where the children learn from Masquerade DanceWhitside CDC Parent Advisory Board (PAB) Meeting to hands-on experience, you can expect to attend workforce preparation workshops such as: Oct 19785-239-4978 and nurture each other. Children problem solving, interviewing skills, résumé writing, public speaking, financial management, Third Thu of the Month 16, 4:30pm experience fewer transitions while in the Members $2.50 | Non-Members $3.50676 Warrior Rd. The New Virtual Parent Advisory Board and post-secondary exploration workshops. Call 785-239-3261 for more information. Costumes encouraged, mask required! Multi-Age child care setting, giving themMiddle School & Teen Center (MST) (PAB) Meeting, will take place online at more time to bond with their primary No jeans will be allowed.785-239-9222 https://connect.DCO.DOD.mil/monthpab caregiver. Children also benefit widely5800 Thomas Ave. (Each month change the last word from interacting with classmates who are School Age Center (SAc) Fall Lock-In i.e. septemberpab) All issues or concerns in SAC is a nationally accredited program for Kindergarten to 5th Grade. SAC offers before Nov 2School Age Center (SAC) older and younger, learning important regards to CYSS will be addressed, along and after school programs, as well as Open Recreation. Children can utilize Open Members Only785-239-9220 principles of citizenship, relationships, with any new CYSS information. Get answers Recreation for 10 hours per week during the school year and 20 hours per week during the5810 Thomas Ave. respect, patience, and self-esteem. Utilizing directly from the CYSS management team. summer. Families requiring full time care may register for a weekly fee. Get five FREE Veteran’s Day Event a creative curriculum, our approach For more information, call 785-239-9885. hours of Open Recreation each month simply for being registered with CYSS (reservations are Nov 9, 4-6pm balances both teacher-directed and required). Normal rate is $4 per hour. child-initiated learning, with an emphasis Thanksgiving Dinner on responding to children’s learning styles Upcoming SAC Events & Field Trip Nov 15, 5-7pm and building on their strengths Kid’s Day Party Sep 14, 4:30-5:45pm - SAC Youth and parents can share a meal and and interests. Annual Lights On Festival Oct 19, 4:30-5:45pm - SAC give thanks. Skate Away Trip Oct 25-26, 9:30am-5:45pm - Topeka8 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at: www.rileymwr.com Fall Guide 2012 ∙ 9
  5. 5. School of Knowledge, Inspiration,Exploration, and Skills (SKIES) Unlimited Classes Sport physicals are not required to enroll in SKIES Unlimited Classes, but you must be Youth Sports & Fitness (S&F) Registration is required for all S&F sports and trips. To register, sign up at Parent PARENT ENRICHMENTregistered with Parent Central. $300 worth of classes are 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 Outdoor Adventureinquire with an e-mail to rashelle.m.anderson.naf@mail.mil or call 785-240-5821. Camping Trip at Milford Lake $15 per Person Why attend Parent Enrichment classes? ADDITIONAL CLASSES: Sep 7-8, Register by Aug 29 Grades 6-12 Because children do not come with instructions. As much as 24/7 Dad Workshop (2-Part Series)Guitar or Snare Drum Lessons Home Alone Class we want to be, no parent is perfect. These classes can help you Sep 21-22, Register by Sep 12 Sep 10 & 11, 9:30am-4:30pmAges 6-10 or 10-14, $40 a month Ages 10 & up learn new methods of guidance, healthier ways of communicating ACS Bldg. 7264 A limited number of Guitars are available Every 3rd Thu of the Month, 5-7pm with your child, and fun ways to just enjoy being a parent. This unique, innovative, and comprehensive course isfor rent for $10. Practice pads will be loaned Parents must attend the last 30 min of class. Outdoor Adventure Geocaching Oct 6, 1-4pm designed to engage fathers and encourage them to becomeout monthly for practice. Consider attending the following more involved with their children and Families. It is packed Horse and Riding Workshop Grades 4-12 if your child is 0-3 years of age: Cost $10 with fun, interesting, and interactive activities to assist dads inAmerican Red Cross Swim Lessons Ages 3-18, $30 per session *Think Outside the Box raising healthy, mature, and responsible children. RefreshmentsAges 0-5 PACA/5 and up by level Sessions scheduled monthly please call Register by Sep 28 Sep 25, 6:30-8:30pm will be provided.$20 per 5 class session for more information. Vickie Wood’s Farm Join us for a night of hands on fun as we turn boxes and other Outdoor Adventure Ice Skating in KC household items into toys your children will love. From simple to Nov 9, 10am-5pm Boot Camp for New DadsTae Kwon Do Kids in the Kitchen spectacular, come away with ideas, inspiration, and a toy made Sep 24, 9:30-11:30amAges 5-18, $50-$60 a month. Ages 4-5, 6-7 & 8-11 Grades 4-12 by you! IACH, Bldg. 600, 3rd floor educational room8th Street Plaza, Junction City or $15 per workshop includes supplies Cost $10 A discussion centered class that focuses on topics like1650 Hayes Dr Manhattan Workshops scheduled monthly. Please Register by Oct 31 *It’s Not As Hard as you think; Cloth Diapering, becoming a new father, forming a new Family, and caring for Additional fees apply and are paid to the check WebTrac! or Parent Central to see Making Baby Food & Breastfeeding in the 21st Century! mom. Following the discussion is a hands on opportunity forinstructor of the class. new classes. Start Smart Soccer* Sep 27, 10:30am-Noon prospective fathers to become comfortable in caring for babies Aug 31 Come learn easy ways to use and manage cloth diapers, under the guidance of veteran dads who demonstrate burping,Hapkido Ballet Yoga or Traditional Ballet Parents and their children, ages 3-4 will making your own baby food, and breastfeeding. swaddling, changing and calming a crying baby.Ages 3-5, 5-9 and 9-18 Ages 9-16 learn the basic skills and fundamentals of$35 per month $32 per month soccer during this six-week program. *Help! There’s a Toddler in my House *Scream Free ParentingUniform fees $25 Registration Fee is$20. Children must have Oct 9, 16 & 23, 6:30-8:30pm Oct 2, 9, 16, & 23, 10-11:30am Annual membership fees are required, Judo a health assessment at time of registration. This three part series will cover developmental milestones, Bldg. 7285, Normandy Drages 6-13 $20 and 14-18 $40. Ages 3-4 Judo Jacks activities to do with your toddler at home, different This four session course is designed to help you start a Ages 5-18 Judo Basic Start Smart Flag Football* communication and interaction strategies to use and how to handle challenging behaviors.You will leave with extensive handouts and Revolution in Your Family! Scream Free Parenting is not justWiggles & Giggles Uniform fee $60 paid to the instructor Aug 31 make and take projects to use with your toddler at home. about lowering your voice. It’s about learning to calm your10 months-5 years, $20 per month upon enrollment Parents and their children, grades K-1 emotional reactions and learning to focus on your own Enjoy time with Mom or Dad (10 months will learn the basic skills and fundamentals Consider attending the following behavior more than your kid’s behavior…for their benefit.to 5 years old) while participating in gross Dance Cheer Fitness of football during this six-week program. if your child is 3-7 years of age: With these techniques, you can create and enjoy more calm,motor and musical activities in a group setting. Ages: 5-8 and 9-13 Registration Fee is$20. Children must have a *Love & Logic; Early Childhood Parenting Made Fun! mutually respectful, and loving relationships with your $30 per month health assessment at time of registration. Sep 13, 9am-Noon children.You must attend all sessions to receive Certificate.Hip Hop Dance This course is designed for Families with children ages 0-6 yearsAges 5-16, $30 per month Digital Photography Workshop Family Fitness Nights FREE EARLY CHILDHOOD ASSESSMENT Disc Golf old and to help parents create happy Families and responsible kids. Ages 8-18, 8 sessions for $60 Oh! Oh, Baby It’s Your Day!Intermediate Ballet Sep 7, 6-7pm, Register by Sep 5 Consider attending the following Sep 19 & Nov 14, 1:30-4:30pmCreative Movement Okinawan Karate Moon Lake if your child is 8-12 years of age: Children receive a free Ages & Stages Assessment, VisionAges 7-10, $30 per month Ages 8-18, $50 per month *Homework Tips for Parents and Hearing. Parents learn from their child’s assessment Classes meet twice weekly for one hour. Soccer Sep 11, 6:30-8:30pm which enhances their skills in parenting their child’sCombination Dance and Tumbling Oct 12, 6-7pm, Register by Oct 10 Is getting your kids to do their homework a frustrating time at development growth.Ages 2-4 or 4-7, $30 per month Colyer Manor Youth Fields your house? Come learn some tools and techniques for making Register for SKIES classes at homework easier and less stressful.Gymnastics & Tumbling Parent Central 6620 Normandy Dr. KickballAges 2-5, $30 per month or on WebTrac! Nov 16, 6-7pm, Register by Nov 14 *Love & Logic Parenting Classes (2-Part Series) IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Parent Central Sep 11 & 25, 6-8pm All classes will be held at 6620 Normandy Dr., This course is designed to help parents create happy Families unless otherwise specified. and responsible kids by teaching parents to allow children toFamily Child Care (FCC) * Child must have a current sports grow through their mistakes, learn from the consequences of *FREE childcare with pre-registration at least one week FCC providers provide child care in a home setting. FCC homes offer full-day, part-time, physical form at time of registration. their choices, learn shared “control”, and learn shared “thinking in advance. Current registration with CYSS required!and extended hours. FCC homes have unique qualities making them the preferred child care and decision making.”choice for many Families. Homes provide flexible hours, a comfortable Family-like setting, Please call 785-239-9885/9435 or e-mailand activities based on real life experiences in the home and neighborhood. Adults wanting usarmy.riley.imcom.mbx.acs@mail.mil to pre-registerto become certified FCC providers are invited to attend an FCC informational briefing. or for more information.The briefings are scheduled every Thu, starting at 1:30pm in Bldg. 6620. Take a tour of FCC NOTE: For Adult Sportshomes at www.armyfcc.com. Contact Parent Central or the FCC office for your username turn to page 40.and 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 Fall Guide 2012 ∙ 11
  6. 6. 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 The lending closet is administered to search, résumé prep and review and referrals Sep 11-12 & Nov 13-14 (2-sessions) interest and agency needs. Volunteers provide basic housekeeping items for for local businesses. Call ERP to obtain more Instruction and guidance to assist newly support the installation mission in a variety temporary loan to incoming and outgoing information, 785-239-9435. appointed Family Readiness Group Leaders, of capacities such as: coaches, FRG leaders, Families and in other cases determinedArmy Community Service (ACS) FRSAs and Commanders. and much more. For more information appropriate. ACS stocks the lending closet7264 Normandy Dr. Spouse Field Exercise Army Federal Applications Workshop please contact the Volunteer Coordinator at with quality items, that include basic kitchenMon-Thu, 8am-5pm | Fri, 8am-4pm Sep 20, 5-9pm & Sep 21, 10am-2pm Sep 6, 13, 20 & 27, 1-3:30pm Funds Custodian Training 785-239-9435. ACS Volunteers are eligible equipment; pots, dishes, cups, silverware,785-239-9435 Riley’s Conference Center Oct 4, 11, 18 & 25, 1-3:30pm Sep 26 & Nov 28, 10am-Noon to receive 25 hours per month in FREE coffee pots, toasters, and crock pots. We also Empowerment!, Creativity! Fun! Nov 1, 8, 15 & 29, 1-3:30pm This class provides instruction and child care. Available volunteer opportunities carry other small items such as; high chairs,ACS Resiliency Learning Center Enrichment! Come join us! Comprehensive overview of Federal Job guidance to assist newly appointed FRG can be found online at www.MyArmyOne- car seats, play pens, irons, folding card tables7285 Normandy Dr. application processes using the USA Jobs Funds Custodians. Source.com. and chairs.Mon-Thu, 8am-5pm | Fri, 8am-4pm Special Education Annual Conference website. Instructor will assist you on785-239-9435 Sep 25, 8am-3:30pm - RSVP by Sep 19 computers during this workshop. Command Spouse Training Seminar ACS Volunteer Orientation Turn your Move into a An educational conference to learn ways Sep 26, 8am-4:30pm Sep 10, Oct 9 & Nov 13, 10am-Noon Lifetime EnhancementACS Soldier Family Assistance Center to improve success for special needs Families. Employment Readiness Orientation To provide future or current company To educate volunteers/prospective PCS South Korea, Sep 4, Oct 2 & Nov 6674 Warrior Rd. Sep 5, 12, 19 & 26, 1-1:45pm commander and 1SG’s spouses with the in- volunteers on ACS Programs and policies PCS Germany, Sep 11, Oct 9 & Nov 13Mon-Fri, 7:30am-5pm AFAP Conference Series Oct 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31, 1-1:45pm formation and skills needed to prepare them regarding volunteering at Fort Riley. This PCS Stateside, Sep 18, Oct 16 & Nov 20785-240-7450 Conference will consist of training, Nov 7, 14, 21 & 28, 1-1:45pm to take on the role of an informed, involved, class provides a comprehensive orientation PCS Overseas, Sep 25, Oct 23 & Nov 27 discussion and prioritization of issues Explanation of services available through productive, and proactive member of the of ACS programs, registration procedures, All briefings begin at 1pm.ACS Survivor Outreach Services submitted and relate to this demographic. ERP and information on the local job market. Command Team. Free childcare available. and maintaining a record of volunteer hours. The level of success you and your Family510 Reed Rd. Pre-registration is required. It also emphasizes the benefits to the can achieve is directly proportionate to theMon-Fri, 8am-5pm Adult Conference Workshop by Request volunteer regarding inclusion of volunteer preparation, information and support you785-239-5979 Oct 16 & 17, 8:30am-3pm Sep 12 & 26, Oct 10 & 24, Nov 7 & 21 Key Caller Class history on college and receive before, during and after your 2-4pm Oct 3, 10am-Noon employment applications. assignment. Every PCS should become an *You can contact any of the ACS programs AFAP Teen Conference Employment workshops conducted with This class provides instruction and opportunity for the entire Family. Thisto register or gather more information by Oct 13, 9am-3pm adult learning techniques on a variety of guidance to assist newly appointed Family Volunteer Awards and Recognition training is required for all 1st time PCSingphone or by an e-mail message being sent to: subjects. Each workshop’s itinerary will be Readiness Group Key Callers. Sep 26 & Nov 21, 1-3pm Soldiers and for all Soldiers PCSing overseas.usarmy.riley.imcom.mbx.acs@mail.mil Trip To The Pumpkin Patch determined by the surveys of requested Educating volunteers and leaders how to Oct 20, 10am-Noon - RSVP by Oct 15 classes completed by attendees of the two Care Team Training motivate, recruit, and maintain a viable Sponsorship Training Open to Families who are involved with previous “ERP Orientation” workshops. Nov 14, 1-3pm volunteer base using awards and recognition. Sep 10, Oct 15 & Nov 5, 2:30-4:30pmMoney the FAP, NPSP and EFMP.Money Management 101 Typical subjects may include: Résumé Instruction on Care Team’s responsibilities Comprehensive overview of the TotalSep 5, 12, 19 & 26, 9-11:30am writing, Conducting an effective job search, and provides guidance on how to handle Army Sponsorship Program using Fall Job Fair Networking, Dress for Success, Interviewing issues volunteers will face (such as dealing Information & Resources eSponsorship training online.Oct 3, 10, 17 & 24, 9-11:30am Oct 23, Noon-4pmNov 7, 14, 21 & 28, 9-11:30am 101, Cover Letters, Completing employer with Family’s reactions). Resilient Spouse Academy Annual employment event to link Military applications, Self appraisal and assessment, Sep 10-14, 8:30am-4:30pm (4-sessions) Seem like you never have enough? Spouses and Family Members, Retirees, andConfident making financial decisions? Transitioning Soldiers with Employment and and Tapping into the Hidden Job Market. This course includes: Suicide Hearts ApartIs dealing with money a constant stress? Education opportunities. Presented by ACS’s WOUNDED WARRIOR & Intervention. Responding to reports of “Hearts Apart” is a Support Group forTake this course to build your Employment Readiness Program & partners. MEB SUPPORT SERVICES abuse or neglect. Master Resilience Training. Waiting Spouses. This program offersfinancial readiness! Want to learn The Soldier and Family Assistance Center Financial Resilience. Pre-Registration various activities for those that have a Service Military Family Appreciation more about the army? (SFAC) is located at 674 Warrior Road near is required. Member deployed, is TDY or serving on anyFinancial Peace University Army Family Team Building the Warrior Transition Battalion (WTB). The type of Unaccompanied Tour. It provides the Nov 2, 5-8pm Multicultural/Citizenship Class opportunity to share common concerns, askWed’s Aug 29-Nov 7, 2:30-2:30pm Fort Riley’s Barn Door BBQ, come out for Level l - Oct 2-3 & Nov 3, 9am-3pm SFAC supports Soldiers assigned to the WTBSat’s, Sep 1-Oct 27, 9-11am Two day training also known as Army 101 or who are in the MEB process by providing Sep 12 & 26, 9am-Noon questions, as well as participate in free food, prizes, and activities for the whole Provides resources and information social activities. This popular series will teach you how to family. For the location visit rileymwr.com. focuses on the basics such as Military one-stop services ranging from ID Cards toachieve your financial goals by eliminating Acronyms and Terms, Chain of Command, recreational activities and self-help services. within the community on several topics thatdebt and saving for the future. It meets for Customs and Courtesies, Basic Military For more information call 785-239-8430 include; Immigration & Naturalization Game Timeof two hours weekly over twelve weeks, Benefits and Entitlements. or 785-240-7192. Forms & Assistance, Photo Service, Passport Sep 15during which time the average Family pays The Exceptional Family Level ll - Nov 13-15, 9am-3pm Information for Alien Relative, Citizenship Bill Snyder Family Stadiumoff $5300 in debt and saves $2700. Member Program (EFMP) Focusing on Personal Skills such as WTB Town Hall (CIS) Classes, Translation Services, and Fun, daytime getaway for the adult spouses The Exceptional Family Member Program Communication, Personal Time Management, Sep 4, Oct 2 & Nov 6, 11:30am-5:30pm English As A Second Language. in support of Hearts Apart. The event willFinancial Education for First Termers (EFMP) is a mandatory enrollment program. Exploring Personality Traits, Stress Tension Fabric Structure by IACH include round trip transportation, tailgateSep 6, Oct 4 & Nov 1, 8:30am-4:30pm The program is designed to provide Management etc.. To provide ill, injured and wounded Master Resilience Training party and ticket to Band Day football game Provides personal financial management comprehensive services consisting of Soldiers and their Family members the Sep 17-20, 9am-3pm against North Texas. Pre-Registration forreadiness training to first term Soldiers medically related issues, and an educational/ A Night Out: Customs and opportunity to express issues, barriers, This course slows down the cognitive childcare is available. social support and personnel type service Courtesies for Military Events concerns, or successes to Division, process to make the individual self-aware ofPlanning for your Child’s Future that enhances the readiness and quality of life Oct 6, 10am-Noon Garrison, Hospital and WTB Commands. their thoughts and how those thoughts drive Hearts ApartSep 12, 2-4pm for Families with special needs. Provides orientation and awareness of This Town Hall will be on the 1st Tuesday their emotions. Identify thought patterns Powder Puff Mechanics Do you expect your child to go to college? If you are interested in the Support appropriate protocol and customs to assist of every month. The WTB Town Hall is a and provide tools to avoid them. Sep 16, 6-8pmDo you have a plan? This class will discuss group for Military Families who have Family Soldiers and Family members in preparing forum Warriors use to directly present Hearts Apart and the Automotive Skillshow to save for child’s education and how Members with special needs. Support for formal events. issues they are experiencing while Center are teaming up for a Powder Puffto plan for your retirement. Groups held at the Army Community navigating through Garrison Agencies. Mechanics session. Learn how to do a 25 Service, or call 785-239-9435. point vehicle inspection for free!12 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at: www.rileymwr.com Fall Guide 2012 ∙ 13
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  8. 8. Hours and Rates: Fall EVENTS: SNACK BAR HOURS Patriot Day Golf Weekend Mon-Fri: 11am-1:30pm Closed on Federal Holidays Aug 31-Sep 03 Play a round at Custer Hill Golf Course. We will be taking donations to help support the Folds of Honor Foundation all weekend. DRIVING RANGE HOURS Open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. Show us your K-State Football Spirit Bring your used ticket stub from thatNew at weeks home football game, and receive 50%Custer Hill Golf Course PRO SHOP HOURS off your greens fee. Please check with the Pro-Shop for the current hours of operation. (Hours vary throughout the year due to weather CFC Kickoff Golf Tournament and length of the day) For more information, please Sep 21 call 785-784-6000. 4-Person Scramble Proceeds help benefit the Heartland CFC PLAYING COURSE HOURS DAV Golf Tournament Please check with the Pro Shop for course hours, as hours Sep 29 will vary during the season due to the length of the day. Proceeds help benefit Wounded Warriors Oktoberfest Golf Tournament GOLF RATES 10-Play Cards Oct 5, 8am Shotgun Start Short Game Area 9-Hole 18-Hole 18-Hole 4-Person Scramble E1-E5 / Youth $8 $15 $125 $50 per person All other Military $10 $18 $145 DOD Civilians $10 $18 $145 Custer Hill Last Stand Guest / Civilians $12 $22 $185 Nov 3, 9am Shotgun Start 2-Person Scramble Golf Cart (Per Person) $9 $14 $30 per Person Winter Sale Annual Passes Nov 3-Dec 24 Please check online at www.rileymwr.com/golf or with the Pro Shop All merchandise marked 10% to 50% off for current rates and payment plans for individual and Family annual passes. Winter Hours and Rates Begin Nov 4 Drinking Water Fountains All Greens Fees $20 per person Other Rates (Includes Greens Fees and Golf Carts) Golf Clubs $12 per Set $2 per Individual Club Veteran’s Day Golf Special Range Tokens $3 per Token Nov 9-11 (Approx 30 Balls per Token) All rounds of golf are $11 Golf Lessons $35 for 1 - 30 minute (Includes Greens Fee and Golf Carts) $90 for 3 - 30 minute Turkey Scramble Nov 17, 9am Shotgun Start Prices, tournament dates, and specials are $30 Per Person subject to change. 4-Person Scramble Driving Range Mats Tournament schedules and prices subject to change without prior notice. Please call in advance to confirms tournament dates.16 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Visit us on the web at: www.rileymwr.com Fall Guide 2012 ∙ 17

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