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  1. 1. Med Group Monthly Matters 375th Medical Group ∙ Scott AFB, IL ∙ Vol 3, Issue 12 ∙ Dec 2012 Have Info to Submit? Contact us at: Scott AFB Airman & Family Readiness Center (A&FRC) 404 W. Martin St., Building #1650 Office Hours: Mon–Fri, 7:30am–4:30pm (618)256-8668 / DSN 576-6766 Website Twitter The Key Spouses of the 375th Medical Group wish you the best this holiday season! It’s that special time of year when malls are overcrowded Facebook Blog with shoppers, schedules are overbooked with festivities, chestnuts are roasted on open fire, & Starbucks serves Email LinkedIn holiday drinks in red cups! With the busyness of December, be sure to make time *Registration is required for ALL for yourself so that you can truly enjoy every special A&FRC workshops & events moment. Many base activities are designed with you in mind… be sure to read about them below! . Medical Group Key Spouse Roster Do you know your Key Spouse?Squadron Key Spouse Phone # Email 375 DS Aileen Boone (618)726-7245 375 MDSS Stephanie Wu (502)773-5014 375 AMDS Miranda Cornett (618)795-5358 Rebecca Ehrenfried (843)991-5395 375 MDOS Connie Schroth (618)795-9854
  2. 2. Med Group Monthly Matters Page |2 375th Medical Group Events Website FacebookNote: The Clinic will be closed December 24– 25 and Dec. 31–Jan. 1. thHoliday Party: December 8 at the Sheraton Four Points in Fairview Heights, 6:30pm-11:00pm. Gift Exchange (optional), Newlywed st Game, Free Babysitting, and more! Tickets will be available from any of the Booster Club Officers from Nov. 1 – Dec. rd 3 . Visit for more info (must create a FREE account). thKid’s Christmas Party: Hosted by the 375 MDG Key Spouses! December 15th, 2012, 10am-12pm at the 375 MDG Deltgen Auditorium, 310 W. Losey Scott AFB, IL 62225. A special event just for the 375 MDG kids! Please bring a pre-wrapped book with your child’s name on it for Santa to hand out. View invitation & RSVP here: Scott OSC Events Website FacebookFree Gift Wrapping at the BX: The SOSC offers free Gift-Wrapping at the BX (building #1981) between Black Friday and Christmas Eve. Donations are accepted and 100% of them are donated to local charities!! Volunteers Needed! (you do not have to be an OSC Member) Apply here: Scott OSC Volunteer. Volunteer Schedule (pick one or more shifts. Thanks!): th • Dec. 14 @ 9am – 1pm st • Dec. 21 @ 9am – 1pm th • Dec. 24 @ 12pm – 3pm thDecember Social*: Paulos at the Mansion on Dec. 12 at 10:00am (invitations are emailed to members*) thOperation Cookie Drop: Anyone is welcome & encouraged to participate! Drop off baked cookies at the Chapel 1 parking lot Dec. 13 between 7:30am-9:30am (in a drive-thru-like fashion). We need volunteers in 3 areas: • Collect baked goods from drivers by standing in Chapel parking lot from 7:30am-9:30am • Bake cookies and drop off at Chapel parking lot (Dec. 13) or bring to OSC Social “Paulos at the Mansion” (Dec. 12). • Sort & distribute cookies into bags at the Chapel, Dec. 13 from 9:30am-noon. We will have approximately 400 bags for the Airmen in the dorms. Woo-hoo! Register to participate in the Cookie Drop at: Scott OSC Volunteer*= to attend the socials, OSC membership is required. To apply, visit Scott OSC Membership. We’d love to have you! Scott ESC Events Website Facebook thDecember Lunch Bunch: Olive Garden on Dec. 5 . Details on Facebook. thDecember Social*: Holiday Party & Ornament Exchange on December 13 from 6pm-9pm. Please join us on Thursday 13 December from 6-8pm at the Bee Hollow Market (217 East Main Street Mascoutah, IL 62258 (618) 566-8583) in downtown Mascoutah for our Holiday Event & Ornament Exchange! This is a great time to unwind & relax before the holiday season gets super busy. If you would like to participate in the ornament exchange, please bring 1 wrapped ornament (UNDER $5) to exchange. We will have yummy hors doeuvres, beverages, and enjoy each other’s company. Please RSVP and let us know if you are available to attend. POC Melanie Davis (321)745-5528, Scott ESC Social Chair.*= to attend the socials, ESC membership is required. To apply, visit Scott ESC Membership December Calendars FSS Holiday Hours of Operation 375 FSS Calendar A&FRC (Airmen & Family Readiness Center) Calendar Arts & Crafts Center Calendar
  3. 3. Med Group Monthly Matters Page |3 DECEMBER EVENTS Breakfast with Santa at Youth Center: Tell Santa what you want for Christmas at Breakfast with Santa on Dec. 1 at the Youth Center. Be there at 9:30 a.m. to enjoy a variety of breakfast items, such as; scrambled eggs, hash browns, French toast, pancakes on a stick, sausage, juice and much more. There will be games to play, prizes to win and fun to have. Santa has a stocking filled with goodies for all! Children 2 and under are free, ages 3- 12 pay $6, and adults (13 and older) pay $9. Pre-paid reservations are required by Nov. 27! For more details 1 call 256-5139. Christmas Kristkindl Market Plus Lewis & Clark Encampment – Dec 1: Outdoor Recreation will be hosting a Christmas shopping trip in Hermann, MO, Saturday, Dec. 1. Trip is open to ages six and up, anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Transportation will depart at 8 a.m., returning around 5 p.m. Seating is limited, and reservations are required. Fee is just $25 per person. For details or reservations, call Outdoor Recreation at 256-2067. New Civilian Pay Time And Attendance System – Dec 2: Scott AFB will be implementing a new Civilian Pay Time and Attendance Systems part of an AMC initiative beginning Dec. 2. The new system provides an automated, 2 single source input by the employee for reporting and collecting time and attendance (T&A) and labor data. Employees should have received training materials and information from their Supervisors and Timekeepers. Please contact your local Timekeeper for any questions you have. Running Clinic – Dec 3: The program is 6-weeks and will help you improve your 1.5 mile run time by increasing running endurance and building speed. On average, this program has helped past participants improve 1.5 mile run time by 1:18! Open to reservists and active duty of all branches with times 13:15 or slower. The class meets every Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 1500-1600 during the 7 weeks. Space is limited so call today to enroll, 256-7139. 3 12 Days Of Holiday Fitness – Begins Dec 3: The Fitness Center welcomes all base personnel to participate in the free 12 Days of Holiday Fitness Challenge. Participants must complete 12 workouts anytime between Dec. 3 and Dec. 18 (not including weekends). Random drawings for awards will be held at both the Fitness Center and James Sports Center for challenge participants (must be present to win). The event is open to all Active Duty, Reserve, Air National Guard, Retirees, DoD Civilians and dependents. For more information, call the Fitness Center, 256-1218 or James Sports Center, 256-4524. Chapel Closure – Dec 4: The 375 AMW Chapel will be closed all day for an official function Dec. 4. In the event 4 of an emergency, please call the Command Post at 256-5891. An on-call chaplain will be available. U-2 Recruiting Presentation – Dec 5: U-2 pilots are coming to Scott AFB on Dec. 5 to give a recruiting presentation at the base theater at 12:30 p.m. This is for anyone interested in applying to fly the Lockheed U-2 “DRAGON LADY” or is just curious about the program and what it is like to fly on the edge of space. For more information please contact 1st Lt Aleksey Tyabus at 256-2731 or email 5 Resume Writing Workshop – Dec 5: The Airman and Family Readiness Center will host a Resume Writing Workshop Dec. 5 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. This class covers comprehensive information on the resume writing process. Learn about the different styles of corporate resumes, removing military terminology, and how to effectively network and market your experiences into a language that companies will understand. Call 256- 8668 to register.
  4. 4. Med Group Monthly Matters Page |4 Memorial Service For Mary Campbell – Dec 6: There will be a memorial service to celebrate the life of Mary Meyer Campbell on Dec. 6 at 3 p.m. in Chapel 1. She was an invaluable asset in USTRANSCOMs Acquisition 6 Directorate and passed away suddenly last Wednesday, Nov. 21, after more than 25 years of federal service to include over 19 years in USTRANSCOM. Questions about the memorial service may be directed to Shannon Switts at 220-4527. First Friday @ The Club – Dec. 7: Come enjoy First Friday Dec. 7 beginning at 3 p.m. at the Scott Club, complete with camaraderie, food, drink specials, entertainment and more. Event is FREE and open to all. Also enjoy our fabulous buffet, which is free for members, and $7 for Non-members. The First Frost 5K Run – Dec 7: Join the Fitness Center by participating in the First Frost 5K Fun Run/Walk Dec. 7 at 11:30 a.m. at the Parade Grounds. Entry fee is $12 for those wanting a long sleeve T-shirt and to be 7 eligible for awards. To receive a T-shirt on race day, participants must register NLT Dec. 3. Awards will be given for the 1st place male/female finishers, plus random drawings for all remaining paid participants (random drawings for this event are a part of the 12 Days of Holiday Fitness Challenge). The event is open to all Active Duty, Reserve, Air National Guard, Retirees, DoD Civilians and dependents. All fun runs are free events unless the participant wishes to purchase a t-shirt and be eligible for awards or prizes. For more information, call the Fitness Center, 256-1218 or James Sports Center, 256-4524. The 375th Medical Group Holiday Party: View invitation & RSVP here: Youre Invited! th The 10 Annual Santa’s Express Holiday Event Hosted by the USO of Missouri, Inc: WHEN: Saturday, December 8, 2012 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM WHERE: Union Station 1820 Market Street, St. Louis, MO 63103 WHO: Active Duty, Guard, Reserve Military & their direct dependents only please. Pre-Registration is required, we will be allowing the first 1800 guests to register to attend this year. This holiday season you’ll find a morning of holiday cheer waiting for you with the USO of Missouri at Union Station. Look for USO of Missouri representatives at the Shiloh/Scott MetroLink station and show them your military ID. They’ll give you a FREE MetroLink ticket (limited quantities available) and you’ll be on your way to Union Station for all the festivities! There will be fun activities, a continental breakfast, entertainment and the big man himself… Santa Claus! A professional photographer will capture you time with Santa & Mrs. Claus. Please no personal cameras allowed. So come on out for a great time with your families and the USO of Missouri, Inc.! The First 900 Children under the age 13 will receive a toy from Santa’s Workshop. This event is FREE for all 8 active duty, guard and reserve members and their immediate family. NO retirees or civilian government employees please. To sign-up, please register at Santas Express 2012. Be sure to stick around and check out special discounts that will be available at select Union Station vendors. Pheasant Hunt – Dec 8: Join Outdoor Recreation for a Pheasant Hunting Trip Dec. 8 at Quail Country Hunts in Mulberry Grove IL. The hunting package includes: transportation, experienced guides, top quality hunting dogs, easy walking tour, practice clay pigeon shoot, three pheasants (cleaned and bagged), lunch and a guaranteed good time for all for just $99/person!! The trip will depart at 7:30 a.m. and return NLT than 5 p.m. the same day. Hunters must provide their own shotgun/shells, must have a current Illinois hunting license and FOID card. All ages welcome, however, anyone under 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. Deadline to sign-up is Dec. 6. For information call 256-2067/1527 or visit th USO Of Missouri 10 Annual Santa Express – Dec 8: The USO of Missouri will host its 10th Annual Santa Express Dec. 8 at Union Station. This free event for active duty, Guard, & Reserve service members and their families includes activities with Santa, breakfast, entertainment, and prizes. Free MetroLink tickets from SAFB to Union Station provided. Pre-registration is required. For more info go to, Blood Drive – Dec 11: The American Red Cross will host its Final Blood Drive of 2012 Dec. 11 at Rockwell Hall from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free Food & T-Shirts will be provided to All Presenting Donors. Volunteers are also 11 needed for various positions. For eligibility check, Eligibility Requirements. Appointments are highly recommended; however, walk-ins are available. Hurricane Sandy has caused 360 blood drives to be cancelled. To schedule an appointment, please email SSgt Kristen Bolton at
  5. 5. Med Group Monthly Matters Page |5 Operation Cookie Drop: Are you interested in helping The Scott OSC with the “Operation Cookie Drop” event th on December 13 ? There are 3 ways you can participate and it’s super easy to sign-up! View event details on SOSC Website or Facebook Where: Chapel 1, 320 Ward Dr., Bldg #1620 When: December 13, 2012  7:30am–9:30am: Drop off baked cookies at Chapel 1 parking lot in a drive-thru-like fashion. 13 Someone will be outside ready to accept your cookies from your driver-side window.  7:30am–9:30am: We also need some helpers to collect these cookies from drivers. Let me know if you can collect from cars.  9:30am–12:30pm: Organize & bag cookies in Chapel 1 kitchen; approximately 400 bags. Bring a stapler if you have one handy! We will also be gift-wrapping presents for the EFMP during this time (all other supplies are furnished). Kitchen clean-up afterward. RSVP here!!! 375 MDG Childrens Christmas Party: 10am-12pm at the 375 MDG Deltgen Auditorium, 310 W. Losey, SAFB. A special event just for the 375 Medical Group kids! There will be many activities for the kids to get involved in 15 including creating winter crafts, munching on yummy holiday snacks & decorating Christmas cookies! Santa plans to visit our party this year and everyone can get their picture taken with him! Please bring a pre-wrapped book with your child’s name on it for Santa to hand out. RSVP here: 375 MDG Childrens Christmas Party Brunch with Santa: Join us at the Scott Club for our fabulous Sunday Brunch from 10am–1pm. Dec. 16 is our annual Brunch with Santa – prepaid reservations are required. Also, the previously advertised date of Dec. 9 has been rescheduled to this date of Dec. 16. Enjoy our delicious breakfast and lunch items, as well as our complimentary bar featuring mimosas, bloody marys and more. For pricing and more details, call the Scott Club at 744-1333. 16 nd 2 Annual EFMP Open House With Santa – Dec 16: The EFMP Open House with Santa will be held Dec. 16 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Youth Center. All special needs families are cordially invited. Santa, Mrs. Claus, and the Elves will provide surprises to all special needs children. We will have games, scrumptious food, and raffles. Please RSVP here: Youre Invited!. Please contact Brenda Reed at 256-8668 or MSgt Esmeralda Aharon at 229- 7834 if you have any questions. 24 The Clinic is closed today 25 The Clinic is closed today 31 The Clinic is closed today through January 1
  6. 6. Med Group Monthly Matters Page |6Extra! Extra! Read All About It!Additional Base information ~ applicable to everyone!Shiloh Gate Lane Closures: Dec 7-21, Be Prepared Between Dec. 7-21, traffic entering and exiting through the Shiloh Gate will be reduced to one lane for entry and one lane for exit to install an updated vehicle disabling system. During the first phase of the project, both inbound traffic lanes will be closed to all traffic and the 375 SFS will redirect all inbound and outbound traffic through the original outbound lanes. After the work on the inbound lanes is completed, the outbound lanes will be closed and the inbound lanes will change to one lane for entering and one for exiting. To alleviate inbound traffic congestion during morning peak hours (0600 - 0800), inbound travelers on Siebert Road can access the installation by turning left onto IL-158 and entering through the Temporary Shiloh Gate. Additionally, to alleviate outbound traffic congestion during afternoon peak hours (1500 - 1730), outbound travelers on Scott Drive can exit the installation by turning right onto Golf Course Road and exiting through the Temporary Shiloh Gate. Inbound and outbound traffic will flow through the Shiloh Gate 24 hours a day. The Temporary Shiloh Gate will be opened from 0600 to 0800, Monday-Friday for inbound traffic only and from 1530 to 1730 Monday-Friday for outbound traffic only. Additionally, the Old Mascoutah Gate accessed from State Road 161 will be open for inbound only traffic between 0545- 0745 and again for outbound traffic only between 1500-1715. All personnel are highly encouraged to use the Old Mascoutah Gate or the Cardinal Creek Gate (0600-0800 and 1500-1700) during the Shiloh Gate closure.Scott AFB Thrift ShopThe Scott AFB Thrift Shop is a great way to turn a profit on gently-used clothing and household goods or a great place to shopfor new items at super low prices! Consigning is limited to active duty, reservists, retirees and their dependents, and Civil Servicemembers of Scott. Anyone may shop at the Thrift Shop. The Thrift Shop accepts cash or checks only; NO debit or credit st stcards. Open for business: Tues-Fri, and 1 Saturday from 10-2. Consignments accepted: Tues, Thurs, Fri, and 1 Saturday from10-12 (military in uniform until 12:30). The Thrift Shop is always in need of volunteers and donations of brown paper (grocery)bags. Find out more at Scott AFB Thrift Shop  Address: Bldg #700 on Perimeter Road (Just past the Vet Clinic & across from the Resale Lot ), Scott AFB, IL  Phone: (618)744-9441  Email: thriftshop@scottosc.comHoliday Guide for Illinois: Calendar of Events, assembled by The Tourism Bureau ILLINOISouthFree Audio Books!Download an audio book on your mobile device... Its simple, its fast and its FREE! The Air Force has chosen four bases to testthis new program and Scott AFB was chosen! So, download the “Catalist Digital App” on your mobile device and begin listeningto a variety of audio books for FREE! Also stop by the Scott Library and get your FREE ear buds today! The username andpassword to log-in to the App are “scottafb” & “scottafb” (yes, both are the same and both are lowercase). For complete details,call the Library at 256-5100.Coming Soon: Commissary Rewards CardMilitary families will enjoy additional savings with the new commissary rewards card: Commissary Rewards CardStudent Union CaféThe Student Union Café is located next door to the A&FRC and opens weekdays at 6:30am. The Café is designed to supportstudents, faculty and the base community with a selection of healthy choice menu items and Starbucks coffee beverages (yum!). Menu items and hours of operation will be adjusted based on customer input. For more information, call 744-1333.
  7. 7. Med Group Monthly Matters Page |7 2MyMC Phone App for Scott AFB 2MyMC is the mobile app that centralizes all of your installations community events, organizations and services right in yourpocket. Perform a keyword search with the word “Spouse” and find out all types of fun social activities going on right here atScott AFB! Participating organizations include the Enlisted Spouses Club ( & the Officers Spouses Club(  iPhone App  Android App 2  MyMC on FacebookAir Force Phone AppA new application that will keep you up to date with the latest photos and news from the official website of the U.S. Air Force. It isavailable for smartphones in the Apple App Store & the Google Play Store for Android. Download the app now!  iPhone App  Android AppHearts Apart Program (HAP) for Deployed Families:  The 375th Force Support Squadron is giving away 50 Christmas Trees to deployed families. The first 50 people that send an email to will receive a free Christmas tree next Friday, 30 Nov (time & location to follow).  The A&FRC has recordable storybooks "The Night Before Christmas" and "A Charlie Brown Christmas". Theres time for you to mail the book to your deployed loved one to record the story and mail back to your little one(s) before the Christmas holiday. (Limit one per family)  The A&FRC has received a large donation of Christmas stockings to be sent to members serving down range. Stop by to pick up one or some to include in your care packages.  Have you picked up your Hug-A-Hero vouchers for mommy/daddy dolls & photo dogs tags? Stop by the A&FRC to get yours anytime!Please let us know if we can ever be of assistance to you and your family.Kimberley A. Freeman, MSgt, USAFReadiness NCO, 375 FSS/FSFR, Scott AFB, IL(618) 256-2273/ DSN 576-2273 stAFSO21 Courses (Air Force Smart Operations for the 21 Century )The following AFSO21 courses are available:  Nov. 29 – Six Sigma 101  Dec. 4 – Theory of Constraints  Dec. 6, 13 – Value Stream Mapping  Dec. 13, 18 – Six Sigma 201 (pre-requisite is Six Sigma 101)For more information and to sign up, please contact MSgt. Donald McCoy at 256-4298 or email are open to military and civilians at all organizational levels.Openings At Child Development Center (CDC)The Child Development Centers currently have openings for preschool aged children (ages 3-5 years). Also, both CDCs areaccepting applications for all age groups. Families interested can pick up information at either facility, Bldg. 1805 or 1807, or call256-2375/2669.Free Magazines!The Scott Library now offers access to a new digital newsstand called Zinio. Library patrons will have hundreds of publications toview from this online resource including sports, entertainment, travel, business and more. Users can read, interact with andexplore this large selection of magazines for free! For additional information or to subscribe to Zinio, please stop your BaseLibrary.
  8. 8. Med Group Monthly Matters Page |8Aircraft For SaleThe 375th Force Support Squadron at Scott Air Force Base Illinois has 4 aircraft to be sold by sealed bid. Aircraft are: 1978Cessna 172N, N2246E; 1980 Cessna 152, N4900L; 1980 Cessna 152, N5428L; and 1981 Piper Seminole PA44 Twin, N266ER.Sealed bids must be on 375th FSS provided sealed bid form and will be accepted beginning Nov. 4 with final bids due 4:30 p.m.Central Standard Time Nov. 24, 2012. Bidders must have their bank provide a letter of credit/guarantee prior to bid acceptance.Payment must be made in the form of a cashier or certified check within 5 business days of notification of successful bid. Aircraftare not currently considered airworthy and will be sold as is/where is with no representations or warranties as to condition.Aircraft are not offered for export and bidders must be U.S. citizens. Inspection is encouraged and by appointment. Buyerassumes all responsibility for removal and aircraft must be removed from site no later than 4:30 p.m. CST Dec. 21, 2012. Visit 375FSS Aero Club for more information or call (618) 256-2818 or 256-2505.The Way of Lights Christmas Display at Our Lady of the Snows rdThe Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate and Shrine Staff invite you to the 43 Annual Way of Lights Christmas Display,Nov. 16, 2012 – Dec. 31, 2012. The National Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows, 442 S De Mazenod Dr., Belleville, IL 62223.  Outdoors: Over one million white lights are featured along a 1.5 mile route depicting the Journey to Bethlehem. Camel, Donkey & Pony Rides – Petting Zoo – Kettle Corn. Carriage Rides by Noble Shire Carriages, call 618-397-6700 for pricing and reservations.  Visitors Center: Childrens Village – Puppet Show – Souvenir Photos – Christmas Tree Display – Community Choirs and Wreath Display & Silent Auction.  Guild Center: You wont want to miss the Laser Show, presented by The Power Source 309. New this year two shows share the story of the birth of Jesus in unique ways: one featuring Christmas remakes of hit pop songs and our classic show featuring dynamic versions of traditional Christmas music.  Family Night Tuesdays: Bring the family and receive discounts on activities and wagon rides through the lights.For more information, contact the Shrine at 618-397-6700 or 314-241-3400 or visit wayoflights.orgTake Steps To Prevent And Treat Common Cold And Flu: It wouldn’t be an official Med Group newsletter without health tips!!Read how to prevent & treat the common cold/flu here: Scott AFB article.Biennium No Fear Training: The Biennial No Fear training is required for all new civilian employees to complete within 90calendar days or being hired by the agency. Additionally, all civilian employees and supervisors of civilian employees to includemilitary supervisors must remain current through refresher training on a bi-annum basis. This training doesn’t apply to contractemployees. The primary method for training is CBT via ADLS (click on *Selected Force Training* to find No FEAR Act Training)and passing the 10-question quiz at the end will constitute "refresher training.” If any questions, please contact the EqualOpportunity Office at 256-6581. thMPS Hours Of Operation: The 375 Force Support Squadron, Military Personnel Sections Wednesdays Hours of Operation arenow by appointments only. As a reminder, the normal Military Personnel Sections Hours of Operation are as follows.Mon / Tues / Thurs / Fri (walk-ins and appointments):  Customer Support CAC/ID Cards: 0730-1500 hrs  Career Development: 0900-1500 hrs  Customer Support (back office): 0900-1500 hrs  Force Management: 0900-1500 hrsAppointments may be made at the following web site: Appointment Registration.Pre-Separation Counseling – Every Thursday: The Airman and Family Readiness Center will host the Pre-separation Counselingevery Thursday. It is a mandatory benefits and entitlements briefing for all active duty service members who anticipate separatingin 1-yr or retiring in 2 years. Spouses are highly encouraged to attend.Family Child Care Provider Orientation – Dec 3-7: Interested in your own Child Care Business? If yes, then become a Family ChildCare Provider. Care for all ages is in high demand! Upcoming Provider Orientation dates are Dec. 3-7. All classes are held Mon.thru Fri. from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the FCC office, bldg. 386. Interested spouses, retired spouses, or a state licensed provider off-base and interested in becoming affiliated with the base can call the Family Child Care Office at 256-8047 to register.
  9. 9. Med Group Monthly Matters Page |9 “Count the Sheep” Game “Connect the Christmas Tree Lights” Game