B-2 | AUGUST 8, 2008 HAWAII ARMY WEEKLY
8 / Today
Library Contest — Go for the gold at the library; it’s so easy. Check out any library material, pick the winning sports card (lim- it one per day) and then enter to win cool prizes. The program runs through Aug. 25. Winners will be contacted on Aug. 26.
Sports cards are located at all Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation li- braries: Fort Shafter (438-9521), Aliamanu (833-4851), and Schofield Barracks (655- 8002).
Ladies’ Night Out: Fashion & Fun — Ladies’ Night, today, 6-10 p.m., at the Trop- ics, Schofield Barracks, will feature a fash- ion show, food, wine and a chance to get pampered with mini treatments from se- lected service providers.
Interested in being a model? Sign-up to strut on the Tropics runway. All shapes and sizes are welcomed. Child care is pro- vided, however spaces are limited. For event or child care reservations call 655-5698.
Sgt. Stephen Proctor l 8th Theater Sustainment Command Public Affairs
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SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — Volunteers of the quarter stand with Maj. Gen. Raymond Mason, commander, 8th Theater Sus- tainment Command (far right), and Bobbi Hanlon, 8th TSC family readiness support assistant (far left), following an award cer- emony here, July 31. From left to right are Melinda Yearly (standing in for Sgt. 1st. Class Beverly Browne, 8th Special Troops Battalion), Ashley Kegley, 8th Military Police Brigade; Candice Schmidt, 13th MP Detachment; Olivia King, 728th MP Battal- ion; and Yon Wildeboer, 8th STB.
20 / Wednesday
Create A Card — Children of deployed Soldiers are invited to Create A Card, Aug. 20, 3 p.m., at the Sgt. Yano Library, Schofield Barracks.
Children can create a card to send to their deployed parent to tell them about their summer vacation and plans for school. The library will provide stationery, cards and markers.
Call 655-8002 for information on the li- brary and its programs. Call 438-0376 for information on the Blue Star Card pro- gram.
No Kidding — Tired of hearing about dirty diapers, runny noses and what little Johnny did to little Susie at school? Then come No Kidding, a kid-free night of re- laxation, Aug. 22, 6 p.m., at the Tropics, Schofield Barracks. The event will include complimentary pupus and drinks. The dead- line for registering is Aug. 20. Call 655- 0111/0112 to sign up.
Rock School — Keiki ages 7-18 are wel- come at Skies Unlimited’s Rock School, held Tuesdays, 3:15-4 p.m. The cost is $55 for four weeks and the program offers gui- tar, bass, keyboard and percussion instru- ment instruction. Call 655-9918.
Safety Inspections — Let the Auto Skills Center inspect your gadgets. The Auto Skills Center is the answer for safety inspections.
The center has revamped its service to make it quicker for you to drive up, get in- spected, and drive out. Call Schofield Bar- racks at 655-9368 or Fort Shafter at 438- 9402.
New Travel Specials — Have you been to Information, Ticketing and Registration (ITR) lately? ITR has a ton of new travel packages. Choose from seven different Aus- tralia travel packages, discounts on Hale Koa shows, free tickets to see the new sea lion pup at Sea Life Park and many more.
23 / Saturday
Tile Mosaic Class — The Arts & Crafts Center, Schofield Barracks, will hold a tile mosaic class, Aug. 23, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. for Blue Star Card holders to create their own tile mosaic masterpiece. All materials will be provided. Call 655-4202.
Call 655-9971 or 438-1985 or visit www.mwrarmyhawaii.com.
Pau Hana Social Hour — Stop by the KoleKole Bar & Grill, Schofield Barracks, af- ter work and enjoy ice-cold beverages.
Specials for drinks and food run Mon- day-Friday, 4:30-5:30 p.m. Call 655- 4466/0660.
Cooking Class — Students, ages 4-14, learn basic cooking skills and prepare two items per class. The class meets four times a month at the Kalakua Community center, Schofield Barracks. Cost is $45 and in-
Army Community Service Programs
Check out the following programs offered
by Army Community Service (ACS): Fam- ily Advocacy Program; Exceptional Fami- ly Member Program, New Parent Support Program, Domestic Violence Program, and Sexual Assault Program; Employment Readiness Program; Army Volunteer Pro-
gram; Army Family Team Building; Hawaii
For more inforation, call Skies Unlimit- Army Family Action Plan; Financial Readi-
ed at 655-9818.
ness Program; Army Emergency Relief;
Mobilization & Deployment; Family Readi- ness Group; Information and Referral; Re- location and Multicultural Moves and Unit Service Coordinator. Call ACS at 655-4227 or visit www.mwrarmyhawaii.com.
Lunch Buffet — Have lunch, Monday- Friday, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., or brunch on Sun- day, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., at the KoleKole Bar & Grill, Schofield Barracks.
The brunch buffet features an omelet station, French toast, Belgian waffles, eggs, assorted pastries and hot lunch entries. Call 655-4466/0660.
Recreation Storage — Don’t have enough room for all your toys? Deploying soon and need a safe place to keep your valuables?
A brand new recreation vehicle/boat storage facility is now available for use at the Fort Shafter Auto Skills Center.
Job Search — Visit, browse and apply
for federal jobs www.nafjobs.com.
FMWR Happenings — To find out more information about FMWR activities, pro- grams and facilities, pick up a copy of the “Discovery” magazine available at the Schofield Barracks Commissary, Fort Shafter Post Exchange, Aliamanu shoppette, Tripler mauka entrance, or any FMWR facility.
Mongolian Barbecue — Select your fa- vorites from a large variety of meats and vegetables, and watch them grilled to your liking at the KoleKole Bar & Grill, Schofield Barracks, every Monday, 5-8 p.m. Cost is 65-cents an ounce. Call 655-4466/0660.
Flat Stanley Project — Pick up your
“Flat Stanley,” a flattened paper cutout of the title character from Jeff Brown’s Flat Stanley books, at any Army library. Take him on an adventure and bring him back to the library by Aug. 11.
Be creative, dress him up and take a photo of his travels. Prizes will be award- ed for the furthest traveled and other cre- ative entries. Grand prize for most creative photo is a digital camera.
Visit your local Army library for more in- formation.
Long-term Storage — The Schofield Barracks Auto Skills Center also offers long-term storage options for vehicles and other personal items.
Cost is $30 per month. Call Fort Shafter at 438-9402 or Schofield Barracks at 655- 9368.
HMR Teen Lounge — The Helemano Military Reservation (HMR) Teen Lounge, located inside the HMR Youth Center, is now open Monday-Friday, 2-6 p.m.
If you are in grades 6-12, the Teen Lounge is the place to go after school. The lounge offers daily activities, including tournaments, sports, video games, crafts, games and volunteer opportunities.
A nutritious snack is offered each day, and the program is free except for the an- nual Child and Youth Services (CYS) regis- tration fee of $18. Call 655-0451 or 653- 0717.
Preschool Story Times — Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (FMWR) libraries hold Story Time at 10 a.m., Tues- days, at Fort Shafter (438-9521); Wednes- days at the Sgt. Yano Library, Schofield Barracks (655-8002); and Thursdays at Aliamanu Military Reservation (AMR) Li- brary (833-4851).
Send announcements to email@example.com.
8 / Today
Dress For Success Workshop — Army Community Service (ACS) will hold a Dress for Success workshop, today, 9-10:30 a.m., at ACS, Schofield Barracks.
This workshop is open to military per- sonnel, Department of Defense employees and family members.
Call ACS at 655-4227 or register online at www.acsclasses.com.
12 / Tuesday
Book Fair — The Petersen Child Devel- opment Center on Schofield Barracks will be hosting a Scholastic Book Fair from Aug. 12-15. Clifford the Big Red Dog will visit the center and to promote reading. Family ac- tivities are planned for his visit. Call 655- 8842 for details.
14 / Thursday
Overnight with the Sharks — Spend the night with the sharks at the Waikiki Aquar- ium during its family overnighter, Aug. 14, 7 p.m.-8 a.m.
Participants will design and build their own shark model to compete in the early morning “Shark Olympics.”
Minimum age is 5 years and an adult must accompany all youngsters. Evening refreshments and continental breakfast included. Pre-regis- tration required. Cost is $35 for adults and $30 for chil- dren ($30/$25 for Friends of Waikiki Aquarium mem- bers).
For more information about the Waikiki Aquarium, including mem-
bership, call 923-9741 or visit www.waquar- ium.org.
Welcome Back Celebration — The Alia- manu Military Reservation’s Chapel will host a welcome back celebration, Aug. 14, 9 a.m., at the chapel.
New members will be welcomed and books passed out for the fall Bible study, Military Council of Catholic Women, for married women. Refreshments will be served. Call Katie Hanna, 744-7285.
15 / Friday
Employment Orientation — Prepare for the job you want. Attend an Army Com- munity Service (ACS) Employment Orien- tation and get employment information on federal, state, private sector and staffing agencies. Reference materials, job listings, computers, Web tour and more will be avail- able for use.
Orientations will be held at Schofield Barracks, ACS, Aug. 1, 15 and 29, 9-10:30 a.m.
Call ACS at 655-4227 or register online at www.acsclasses.com.
Child care vouchers are available if chil- dren are registered and space is reserved by a parent.
16 / Saturday
Cub Scouts Call — Pack 442 invites all 1st-5th grade boys and their parents to join the fun Aug. 16, 4 p.m., at Fort Shafter's Cub Scout Hut, Building T-445. Pack 442 is sponsored by the 442nd Regimental Com- bat Team, so we are the "Go for Broke!"
Pack. For more information, contact Anne Shanks at 744-1480 or Pam Lau at 228-4977.
19 / Tuesday
Free Online Job Training Classes — Attend job search train- ing from your home or office. All you need is a phone and a com- puter. Join us, Aug. 19, 10-11 a.m. for a class on Strategies for Private Sector Resume Writing. Register at www.acshiem-
ployment.com and click on the TeleSeminar link under the Virtual Classes header. Call 655-4227.
21 / Thursday
Women’s Equality Day Cel- ebration — The 500th Military Intelligence Brigade and Schofield Barracks will sponsor the 2008 Women’s Equality Day Celebration, Aug. 21, 10-11:30 a.m. at the Sgt. Smith Theater.
The keynote speaker will be Chaplain (Maj.) Lucy Der-Garabedian, 500th MI Bde. chaplain.
Sponsored information booths will in- clude Women Infants and Chilren program (WIC), Hawaii Women’s Business Center, American Cancer Society, Red Cross, Army Public Health Nurse, and Voter Registra- tion Assistance.
Call Sgt. 1st Class Jerrard Hughes at 655- 4563. 25 / Monday
Open House — Schofield Barracks’ Hui
Na Wahine, an all-ranks spouse club, will
hold its annual membership and activities sign up, “Spirit of Paradise,” Aug. 25, 6-9 p.m., at the Nehelani, Schofield Barracks.
The open house will feature a live band, Hawaiian dancing and shopping.
Call 389-2202 or e-mail blondhawaii@ yahoo.com.
Volunteers Needed — Help bring sep- arated foster siblings together by becom- ing a Project Visitation volunteer, six to eight hours a month. Volunteers must re- ceive training and have no criminal con- victions, a clean drivers’ record, and be at least 18 years of age.
Contact Project Visitation at 521-9531, ext. 228, or e-mail vabramo@ffp hawaii.org.
Waimea Valley Tours — Visit historic Waimea Valley at the North Shore, a
1,875-acre valley that offers an authentic cultural window into the lifestyles and customs of the Hawaiian people through daily programs and activities. The valley is open daily (except Christ- mas and New Year’s Day), 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Guests can participate in native plant, history, wildlife and other interpretive walk- ing tours. Valley visitors experi- ence Hawaiian culture by participating in lei making, kapa demonstrations, hula lessons and Hawaiian games. Admission is $10 for adults, $5 for chil- dren. Kamaaina and military discounts are available. Call 349-3301.
Free USPS Packaging — The U.S. Postal Service provides military family members and friends with packaging ma- terials to send packages to service mem- bers. Call toll free 1-800-610-8734, follow prompts, then ask for the “Military Pack.”
Eight boxes, tape, packaging materials and labels will be mailed to those who call. The postal service will also provide an ID number to reorder supplies. Allow four to 10 days to receive materials.
Community Calendar Briefs — Do you have announcements of upcoming events, sports or activities that you would like to post in the Hawaii Army Weekly? If so, e-mail your information to firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks in advance of your event or activity.
Civil Air Patrol — Civil Air Patrol’s Wheeler Composite Squadron will meet every Tuesday, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Wheeler Army Air Field. The squadron regularly ac- cepts new members, ages 12-18, who are interested in aerospace education, leader- ship training, physical fitness, and char- acter development. Call 386-1374 or
SEE COMMUNITY CALENDAR, B-4
Aliamanu (AMR) Chapel 836-4599
• Catholic Sunday, 8:30 a.m. — Mass Sunday, 9:45 a.m. – Religious Edu. • Gospel Sunday, 11 a.m. – Sunday School (Sept.–June only) Sunday, 12:30 p.m. – Worship service •Protestant Sundays, 9:45 a.m. – Worship Service Sunday, 11 a.m. – Sunday School (Sept. – June only)
Fort DeRussy Chapel 836-4599
• Catholic Saturday, 5 p.m. – Mass in Chapel (May–Aug.) Saturday, 6 p.m. – Mass on Beach • Protestant Sunday, 9 a.m. – Worship Service • Buddhist 1st Sunday, 1 p.m.
Fort Shafter Chapel 836-4599
• Contemporary Protestant Sunday, 9 a.m.–“The Wave” Worship
Helemano (HMR) Chapel 653-0703
• Contemporary Protestant Sunday, 9 a.m. – Bible Study Sunday, 10 a.m. – Worship Service & Children’s Church
Main Post Chapel 655-9307
• Catholic Sunday, 9 a.m. – CCD & RCIA Sunday, 10:30 a.m. – Mass • Collective Protestant Sunday, 9 a.m. – Worship Sunday, 10:30 a.m. – Sunday School • Gospel Sunday, 10:30 a.m. – Sunday School Sunday, noon – Worship Service
MPC Annex, Building 791
• Chalice Circle Tuesday, 7 p.m. • Islamic Prayers and Study Friday, 1 p.m. • Buddhist 4th Sunday, 1 p.m.
• Catholic Friday–Saturday, noon – Adoration • Liturgical Sunday, 9:30 a.m.– Worship
Tripler AMC Chapel 433-5727
• Catholic Sunday, 11 a.m. – Mass Monday–Friday, 12 p.m. – Mass Saturday, 5 p.m. – Mass • Protestant Sunday, 9 a.m. – Worship Service
Wheeler Chapel 656-4481
• Catholic Saturday, 5 p.m. – Mass • Collective Protestant Sunday, 9 a.m. – Worship Sunday, 9 a.m. – Sunday School
The Incredible Hulk
(PG-13) Friday, 7 p.m. Saturday, 4 p.m. Thursday, 7 p.m.
Kung Fu Panda
(PG) Sunday, 2 p.m.
The Love Guru
(PG-13) Saturday, 7 p.m. Wednesday, 7 p.m.
No shows on Mondays or Tuesdays.