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65th EN BN Weekly Resources MAY 4, 2012

65th EN BN BLANKET ORDER FORM SENIOR SPOUSE SEMINAR A TASTE OF ALOHA SEA LIFE PARK WEEKEND CAMP AMR TEEN CENTER MAY CALENDAR FAP CALENDAR MILITARY SPOUSE APPRECIATION CONFLICT RESOLUTION BOOT CAMP FOR NEW DADS ARMY 2012 ARTS & CRAFTS CONTEST CRT TRAINING AT 84TH EN BN 2012 SUMMER SCHOOL SITES MILITARY APPRECIATION AT THE HONOLULU ZOO 130th ENGINEER BRIGADE TOWN HALL ASK THE GARRISON COMMANDER POLO PAINA MILITARY BALL ETIQUETTE CLASS DRESS SWAP HAWAII ENGINEER REGIMENTAL BALL TRIPLER FISHER HOUSE 8k HERO REMEMBRANCE RUN

The contents of this binder are strictly for informational purposes and does not imply endorsement of any private or commercial organization by the 65th EN BN, 8th TSC, USARPAC or the Department of the Army.


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BLANKET ORDER Company:________________________ FRG Leader: ________________________

Purchaser: Phone #: Address: Email:

Qty

Item

Unit Price

Checks Payable To:

Subtotal

65th Engineer Battalion

Shipping TOTAL

(Checks must be written out exactly as stated)

________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________ ________________________

Blankets are minimum $50 donation • Dimensions: 48” x 68” – 100% woven blanket (cotton) • Blankets can be shipped via Flat Rate Box ($14.00) to mainland addresses. • Deadline for order forms: ONGOING *Forward order form & payment to: Tiffany Suchomski, 3435 Gustin St, Wahiawa HI 96786. For additional inquiries contact Tiffany at email: Tiffany.95th@gmail.com •

Send To Address(s): _____________________

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SENIOR SPOUSE SEMINAR

May 15 & 16 @1700-1830 ACS Training Center, Bldg 647

Located next door to the SGT Smith Theater Prepare NCO and Command Spouses to be well informed and proactive members of the Command team and to discuss roles and responsibilities necessary to strengthen Family Readiness Groups.

Open to Spouses E-6 promotable to E-7 & above

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Registration Open: 2nd of 3 part series. Sign up with the 65th EN BN FRSA, Bridget.Shioshita.civ@mail.mil or call #655-6559 and leave name and contact number/email address.

Facilitators: Ferne Conroy, #655-0671 AFTB Program Manager, and Tammy Moore, #655-0670 AFTB Volunteer Program Manager


SEMINAR CONTINUED: MAY 15 & 16, part 2 of 3 series (@1700-1830, ACS Training Facility) (45 minutes) Conflict Management (45 minutes) Courtesies and Protocol (45 minutes) Dealing with the Media and Social Networking (45 minutes) Crisis, Coping and Care Teams

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The Aloha State Games presents

A Taste of Aloha Come celebrate Cinco de Mayo at Aloha Tower Marketplace

Saturday, May 5, 2012 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm Some of the finest Latin restaurants will feature their zesty cuisine; Your “favorite” politicians will participate in the Run For Office laps & collapse run; Enjoy a zesty Salsa Tasting contest; Be entertained by exciting Latin dancing and performers; And witness the crowning of the first Miss & Mister Aloha State Games.

• Run for Office • Latin Restaurant Cuisine • Salsa Tasting Contest • Exciting Entertainment • Mr & Ms Aloha State Games Competition • 2012 Aloha State Games Opening Ceremonies

The Taste of Aloha Festival will be the soft opening ceremonies of the 2012 Aloha State Games.

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9th MSC Family Programs Office Army Reserve Child, Youth and School Services

SEA LIFE PARK Weekend Camp!! 19 May 2012 8:30am-3:30pm

Army Reserve Youth between the ages of 12-17 will have a blast at Hawaii’s most adventurous sea life facility. At this camp youth will have the opportunity to :

POINT OF CONTACT:

Travis Mckinney CYSS, Youth Services Specialist 808- 438-1600 ext. 3374 travis.mckinney@us.army.mil LUNCH AND SNACKS ARE PROVIDED AT NO COST!!!

REGISTER AT:

https://cyssevents.com

Encounter a fantastic array of marine life!! Watch sea animals do acrobatics and spectacular jumps!! Visit the giant "pirate ship" maze and interactive play areas!! AND MUCH MORE!!!

Primary Business Address Your Address Line 2 Your Address Line 3 Your Address Line 4

Phone: 555-555-5555 Fax: 555-555-5555 E-mail: someone@example.com

AT NO COST TO YOU!!


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AMR TEEN CENTER HEALTH & LIFE SKILLS

THE ARTS SPORTS,FITNESS & RECREATION

Monday Legend PC-Photography Club A-Art GC-Garden Club R-Robotics TP-TriplePlay GT-Game Time TC– Torch Club LS-Life Skills MM-Money Matters DJ-DJ Club KC-Keystone Club MP-My Plate CC-Cooking Club SP-Service Project

7

Powerhour! A– Faith Ringgold PC-Elements of Art through Photography GT– Checkers

14

Powerhour! A-Charlene Teters PC-Focus on Kaleidoscope of Kids GT-Wheel Of Fortune

EDUCATION & CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Tuesday

1

Powerhour! TP- TriplePlay LS- Fixing a Hem DJ- Practice LEI DAY-making leis!

8

Powerhour! TP– Medic Dodgeball MM-Budgeting your money DJ– Practice

15

SPORTS,FITNESS & RECREATION

Wednesday

2

Powerhour! TP– Just Dance 2 TC– Mtg. R– Marshmallow Catapult 1 A-Duct Tape Roses

9

Powerhour! TP-Kinectables TC-Officers Mtg. R– Marshmallow Catapult 2 A– Silhouettes

16

CHARACTER & LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

Thursday

3

Powerhour! TP-Jump Rope /stretching exercises KC-Officers Mtg. GC-Mtg.

10

Powerhour! TP-Jump rope/Stretching exercises KC-Mtg. GC-Mural Painting 1

17

Powerhour! TP– Jump Rope Drills/Games KC-Officers Mtg. GC– Mural Painting 2 SAS Orientation Hail and Farewell

FIELD TRIP VOLUNTEERING

Friday

4

Powerhour! CC– Marinade Madness Mall & Movie @ Pearlridge Mall

11

Saturday

5 Craft Fair @ Hickam Boys Day—Basketball Cinco de Mayo– Pinata FT. Shafter SAS

12

Powerhour! CC-Meat Loaf Teen Social

18

AMR Teen Center Registration Drive

19

Hickam Pool

Powerhour! TP– Basketball LS-Sewing a button DJ-Practice

Powerhour! TP-Zumba TC-Mtg. R– Arm in Arm 1 A-Foam Models

21

22

23

Powerhour! A-Wang Yani PC-A Portrait of Place

Powerhour! TP-Hula Tag MM-Credit DJ– Practice

28

“Goals 29 30 31 are the fuel in the furnace of achievement.” CONGRATULATIONS!!! -Brian Tracy Hickam Beach Schofield Pool Bellows Teen of the Month: LaKedra Yarborough Beach

CLOSED FOR MEMORIAL DAY

Powerhour! TP-Just Dance 3 TC-Officers Mtg. R-Pumped Up A– Watercolors

24

Powerhour! TP-Jump Rope Challenge KC-Mtg. GC– Mural Painting 3

Powerhour! Mini YLF

End of School Lock-In

25 Open 10am-6pm Ice Palace

26 State Fair 1pm-5pm


Affiliates of 4-H and Boys & Girls Club

Hours of Operation Mon, Tues, Thurs: 1400-2000 Weds: 1300-2000 Fri: 1400-2200 Sat: 1000-1800 CLOSED ON SUNDAYS HOURS MAY VARY DUE TO SCHEDULED EVENTS 

lunch. 5/18-19/12: End of School Lock-in from 7pm-7am. Please bring items that are listed on the lock-in flyer. $10 per participant. Last day for registration is May 11, 2012 at the Central Regis-

Teens are responsible for their own lunch/snacks/drinks on fieldtrips.

lunch, socks, and warm clothes.

Afternoon snack is served at the Teen Center after school on Mondays-Fridays.

5/05/12: Craft Fair @ Hickam from 1030am-2pm. Please bring money for food or a sack

tration Office. If we don’t have 16 people registered by the last registration day, lock-in will be

Teens are also responsible for bringing and caring for their own cash and specified items.

ticket , snacks, military ID, signed permission form.

Any changes on the schedule will be updated on the website and/or posted at center.

5/04/12: Mall & Movie trip at Pearlridge from 5pm-10pm. Please bring money for the movie

Teens will be dropped off at home after fieldtrips on Saturdays.

cancelled. See staff for more details. 5/25/12: Ice Palace from 10:30am-4pm. Please bring $8.90 for admission and money for 5/26/12: State Fair from 1pm-5pm. Please bring money for admission, lunch, and games. Summer Break begins May 28, 2012. See the Summer Break schedule for summer activities. ***If you have any questions on the fieldtrips please call 24 hours before activity.*** All Activities Are Adult Supervised

Daily Choice Activities: Arts & Crafts/ Fine Arts Sports/ Outdoor Recreation Table Games & Video Games PowerHour is enforced for the Pool table & Movies first hour. Homework assistance is available all day. Computer lab & Homework Assistance Interest Clubs & Socializing

Contact information: Teen Center Phone #: 833-0920 Or: 839-5957 Fax: 839-5957 http://www.mwrarmyhawaii.com/cys/cysteens.asp


Sunday

May 2012 Family Advocacy Program Classes Monday

Tuesday

1

Wednesday

2

Newborn Care Session 1: 0900Down Syndrome Support Group 1100 ACS Training Ctr Bldg 647, SB 1815-1930 SB Chapel

6

7

8 Newborn Care Session 2: 09001100 ACS Training Ctr, Bldg 647, SB

113

114

115 Breastfeeding Basics 0900-1100 ACS Training Ctr, Bldg 647, SB

120

121

122

128

3

Saturday

4

5

111

112

Infant Massage 0900-1100 ACS Training Ctr, Bldg 647, SB EFMP Behavior Management Workshop 0930-1230 Ft Shafter ACS

10 Active Parenting of Teens 12001330 ACS Training Ctr, Bldg 647, Autism Support Group 1815-1930 SB Conflict SB Chapel Family Night Resolution 1800-1930 Ft Shafter ACS 9

116

Friday

117

Boot Camp for New Dads 0900-1230 ACS Training Center Bldg 647, SB

118

119

EFMP Swimming Parenting With Aloha 0900-1030 Anger Awareness 1500-1630 ACS 1430-1700 Schofield ACS Training Center Bldg 647, SB Bldg 2091, SB Pool

123

124

125

126

EFMP Sign Waving and Rally, 1345-1600 Nehelani Club and Sills Field EFMP Swimming SHARE Walking Group 1030-1130 Active Parenting of Teens 17301430-1700 TAMC Kalakaua Park, Kolekole Ave, SB 1900 Lt Brostrom Community Ctr, Pool Ft Shafter Active Military Families: Session 4 1800-1930 Ft Shafter ACS

Active Military FamiliesSession 4 : 1800-1930 ACS Training Center, Bldg 647, SB

127

Thursday

129

130

131

Parenting With Aloha 1300-1430 Brostrom CC Conflict Resolution 1230-1400 ACS Training Ctr Bldg 647 SB

For a full listing of classes offered at ACS, please visit our website at www.himwr.com

May 1 and throughout the month: EFMP Poster Contest. Call 655-4791 for details

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Class Descriptions: Active Parenting of Teens - Session 1: Are you not understanding your teen or you and your teen aren't getting along? This workshop is designed for parents who can't figure it out. Please join us for a class full of information on understanding your teen. Register at himwr.com or call Tracy at 808-438-1925. Active Military Families- Session 4: This 7 part series focuses on several topics relevant to military families. Each month children and their parent(s) will be learning tools for managing emotions, communicating and building close connections in an open and fun environment. Please try to attend each session but you are welcome to all that you can attend! Please call Fiona at 655-1866 to register. Anger Awareness: Would you like to be able to control your temper better? Wish you didn't yell so much? We can help! In our 1 hour interactive class you can learn useful techniques to cope with your feelings of anger and keep that temper under control. Call Ernest at 655-0613 or Ginny at 655-0669 for more information and to register. Autism Support Group: Support group for Soldiers and Family members with an Autistic member of their family. Please call EFMP staff at 655-4777. Breastfeeding Basics: class was held to teach and provide the basic skills for the first time moms to build self-confidence in their ability Counselor. breastfeed successfully. Class will be taught by NPSP’s nurses/Lactation Counselor. Please call Margaret with any questions at 655-0662. Boot Camp for New Dads: This interactive (Yes – you will be learning with REAL babies) workshop offers hands on training for new dads to become confident and effective parents. Our veteran dads and their precious little ones will lend a hand in this relaxed learning environment. Come out and know what to do from day one!! Call Ernest 655-0613 to register

ACS Training Center Schofield Barracks Bldg 647 (next to SGT Smith Theater) 655-0669

Conflict Resolution: Having productive discussions in your personal and professional relationships shouldn't require you to commit numerous steps . to memory. Resolving tension and conflict at work or home does not have to take years. Conflict is easier to deal with than some might think. Register at himwr.com or call Ernest at 655-0613 for more info. Down Syndrome Support Group: Support group that focuses on EFM with Down Syndrome. Please call EFMP staff at 655-4777. EFMP Sponsored Swim Events:: This is a free activity for special needs Families, the whole family can attend, not just the EFMP member. EFMP enrollment and event sign-up are required. Please call 655-4777 for details. Infant Massage: The Army New Parent Support Program’s Certified Instuctor offers this class to teach parents the many benefits of infant massage for your baby’s growth and enhance immunity, sensory and cognitive development, deepens the bonding and attachment, improves communication, enhances the ability to understand the needs, increase tolerance to stress, sleep better and many more. Come and learn the art of Infant Massage Call today for more details at 655-0662.

ACS Ft Shafter Aloha Center Bldg 330 Rm 111 438-9285

Newborn Care I and II: Taking care of a newborn for the first time can be scary. From holding, to diapering, to bathing come learn the basics of newborn care. Please call Margaret at 655-0662 with any questions. Parenting With Aloha: PCSing is nothing new to military families but arriving at a new Post with new policies, procedures, schools and activities can be hard territory to navigate. Come join us for an interactive workshop of the ins and outs of being Army parents in Hawaii including home alone policies, tips for actively engaging children of all ages and great resources for making your Hawaii assignment a memorable one! Call Fiona at 655-1866 to register. SHARE Walking Group: Stay active by joining our SHARE Walking Group. This will be an opportunity to SHARE resources with other EFM families. For more information call Leonard at 655-4777.

ACS Schofield Bldg 2091 2091 Kolekole Ave 655-4227


Military

MONTH OF THE

SPOUSE APPRECIATION

Military

Spouses Bowl Free!

Spouses Bowl Free!

For the month of May, spouses with proper ID bowl free on: Monday — Friday

For the month of May, spouses with proper ID bowl free on: Monday — Friday

MWR Hawaii

www.himwr.com

Fort Shafter Bowling Center from 12pm — 4pm Schofield Barracks Bowling Center From 1pm — 5pm (shoe rental not included)

Special is offered provided lanes are available and cannot be combined with additional discounts or offers. Call 438-6733 or 655-0573 for more info.

SPOUSE

MWR Hawaii

www.himwr.com

Fort Shafter Bowling Center from 12pm — 4pm Schofield Barracks Bowling Center From 1pm — 5pm (shoe rental not included)

Special is offered provided lanes are available and cannot be combined with additional discounts or offers. Call 438-6733 or 655-0573 for more info.


Compete for Cash prizes against the finest artists and artisans in the U.s. army Enter your best work in the annual competition. Categories: • Ceramics

• Fibers and Textiles

• Mixed Media

• Digital Art

• Glass

• Paintings

• Drawing

• Metals and Jewelry

• Wood

submission period: 01 May - 30 June 2012 Complete entry forms and submit digital images of work online at the contest website https://apps.imcom.army.mil/apptraC Contact local Arts and Crafts or Community Recreation Office for additional information. For complete contest rules visit Family and MWR on the web at www.armymwr.com

Need more information: Contact: Patti Honda (808)655-4202 Patti.j.honda.naf@mail.mil


CARE RESPONSE TEAM (CRT) TRAINING Caring for our families during their darkest hours of need…. The concept behind CRT teams is to provide a team of caring and trained volunteers that can immediately “be there” for a spouse and family after notification of a death or serious injury. CRT volunteers are carefully screened and selected by the Rear Detachment Commanders. General criteria include: Maturity, Life Experience, Emotional Stability, Discreetness, Availability (upon need). Volunteers are trained to provide a wide range of assistance, from emotional support to basic, simple tasks (screening calls and visitors, caring for children/pets, minor housekeeping, etc.) that may be difficult for the family to focus on during this time.

CRT teams convey a critical message to the spouse and family… that people care…. that the Army cares.

CRT Certification Course: 19 May (Saturday), 0830–1230 84th Engineer Battalion Classrooms Registration Deadline is 14 May 2012 (Attendees must register in advance.)

Contact Shannan Kalili to register, Office # 655-8547 or shannan.u.kalili.civ@mail.mil If you have further questions or need additional information contact the CRT Facilitators:

Elisabeth Olsen: 438-9285/email: elisabeth.k.olsen@hawaii.army.mil or Chaplain Mark McCorkle: 655-1297/email: mark.a.mccorkle4.mil@mail.mil


475 22nd Ave. Ste. 207

SchAdd2 Honolulu, HI 96816

Aina Haina Elem

801 W Hind Drive

Honolulu, HI 96821

Anuenue School Kaimuki High

2528 10th Ave. 2705 Kaimuki Avenue

Kaimuki Middle

631 18th Avenue

SchPhone

SchFax

203-5510

733-4730

Director

Asst. Director

Allen Cole

Student Start

Student End

8-12

5/1/29

31-May-12

13-Jul-12

8:00 AM

12:00 PM

K-4

4/28 (AHS only) 8:30 am - Pre-K & K 9:00 am - Gr 1 & 2 9:30 am - Gr 3 & 4 4/30 - 5/5 (others by mail)

31-May-12

2-Jul-12

8:00 AM

12:00 PM

K-12 9-12

4/28 - 8-10:00 am 3/27 & 4/12

5-Jun-12 31-May-12

6-Jul-12 29-Jun-12

7:45 AM 8:00 AM

2:15 PM 2:15 PM

x x

x

6/22 6/29

6-8

5/7 - 18

29-May-12

6-Jul-12

8:00 AM

12:00 PM

x

x

6/22 6/29

6-8

4/16 - 5/4

31-May-12

28-Jun-12

8:00 AM

2:30 PM

x

9-12

31-May-12

5-Jul-12

8:00 AM

1:00 PM

x

5-Jun-12

3-Jul-12

8:00 AM

12:00 PM

x

6-Jun-11

13-Jul-11

8:00 AM

1:00 PM

x

x

31-May-12

5-Jul-12

8:00 AM

1:00 PM

x

x

7-Jun-12

13-Jul-12

8:00 AM

1:30 PM

x

x

12-Jul-12

8:00 AM

1:00 PM

x

x

29-Jun-12

8:00 AM

12:00 PM

x

21-Jun-12

8:00 AM

12:00 PM

x

21-Jun-12

8:00 AM

12:00 PM

x

6-Jul-12 29-Jun-12

8:00 AM 8:00 AM

1:00 PM 12:00 PM

x x

29-Jun-12

8:00 AM

1:30 PM

x

3-Jul-12

8:00 AM

1:00 PM

x

Cheryl Dung

Honolulu, HI 96816 Honolulu, HI 96816

733-8465 735-6293 - AsstDir 733-9400

733-8467 733-4929

Gail Leilani Jacqueline Ornellas Kamalani Diane Ichimasa

Honolulu, HI 96816

733-4800

733-4810

Geri Miyashiro

Kawananakoa Middle 49 Funchal Street

Honolulu, HI 96813

587-4430

587-4443

McKinley High

1039 South King Street

Honolulu, HI 96814

594-0400

594-0407

Stephen Warner Shayne Greenland

Noelani Elem

2655 Woodlawn Dr.

Honolulu, HI 96822

988-1858

988-1855

Sharlene Arita

K-4

4/21 (8-10:30 am) 3/30 (NES only) 3/31 (open)

Honolulu, HI 96826

973-0177

973-0181

Kristen Silva

6-8

4/2 ongoing

Honolulu, HI 96818

421-4100

421-4103

Arthur Andres

8-Jul

Washington Middle 1633 South King Street CENTRAL DISTRICT Aliamanu Middle 3271 Salt Lake Blvd.

Leilehua High

1515 California Ave.

Wahiawa, HI 96786

622-6550

622-6554

Mililani High Mililani Ike Elementary Mililani Mauka Elementary Mililani Uka Elemementary

95-1200 Meheula Pkwy.

Mililani, HI 96789

627-7747

627-7375

95-1330 Lehiwa Dr.

Mililani, HI 96789

626-2980

626-2958

95-1111 Makaikai St.

Mililani, HI 96789

626-3350

626-3360

94-380 Kuahelani Ave.

Mililani, HI 96789

627-7303

627-7387

Steve Nakaguma Kyle Shimabukuro Kristin Barrett Gerri-Lynne Nakasone

Moanalua High Moanalua Middle

2825 Ala Ilima St. 1289 Mahiole St.

Honolulu, HI 96818 Honolulu, HI 96819

837-8455 831-7854

831-7919 831-7859

Julia Toyama JoAnn Fu

4361 Salt Lake Blvd.

Honolulu, HI 96818

421-4200 (Lon) x322 (Lisa) x240

421-4377

67-160 Farrington Hwy.

Waialua, HI 96791

637-8200

637-8209

Lon Passos Randiann PorrasTang

Wheeler Elem 1 Wheeler Army Airfield LEEWARD DISTRICT Campbell High 91-980 North Road

Wahiawa HI 96786

622-6400

622-6403

Frank Kimitch

K-5

Ewa Beach, HI 96706

689-1200

689-1242

Wayne Guevara

9-12

Radford High Waialua High/Intermediate

Dion Cabalce Shaina Kei Aruga Andrea Moore

Shane Cummings

Highlands Intermediate Ilima Intermediate

1460 Hoolaulea Street 91-884 Fort Weaver Road

Pearl City, HI 96782 Ewa Beach, HI 96706

453-6480 687-9300

453-6484 689-1258

Eric Dean White Corey Barton

Kapolei High

91-5007 Kapolei Parkway

9-12 Komarey Moss Phyllis NakamaKawamoto

9-12 K-5 K-5 K-5 9-12 7-8

Lisa Johnstone Edlyn Moana Olaso

9-12 7-12

4/10 (5-6 pm) 4/12 (5-6 pm) everyday Wednesday thereafter

2/1 - 5/24 5-Jun-12 3/20-23 (MES only) 3/2730 (open) 1-Jun-12 4/2-5 (Mauka only) 4/9-12 (open) 31-May-12 3/28 - 30 (Uka only) 4/3 - 5 (open) 31-May-12 4/19 - 20 (MHS) after 4/25 (open) 1-Jun-12 4/2 - 5/11 1-Jun-12 4/4 3-6pm (RHS only) 4/11 3-6pm (open) 4/18 3-6pm (open) 4/28 10amNoon (open) 30-May-12 4/23 - 5/4 30-May-12 4/2-6 7:30am-3:30pm MF (WES only) 4/9-13 7:30am-3:30pm M-F (open) 18-Jun-12

12-Jul-12

8:00 AM

6/22 6/29

x

12:00 PM

x

x

4-Jun-12

2-Jul-12

7:45 AM

2:15pm

x

7-8 7-8

31-May-12 31-May-12

5-Jul-12 13-Jun-12

8:00 AM 8:00 AM

1:00 PM 12:00 PM

x x

x x

9-12

4/21, 4/28, & 5/5

30-May-12

28-Jun-12

8:00 AM

3:00 PM

x

x

6-Jul-12

7:45 AM

1:15 PM

x

x

13-Jul-12

8:00 AM

12:00 PM

x

x

Kapolei, HI 96707

692-8200

692-8255

Sandy Calio

Nanakuli, HI 96792

668-5823

668-5828

Kory Ann Toyama

Chad Jicha

7-12

Pearl City High

Pearl City, HI 96782

454-5672

453-6521

Nikki L. Takai

Joanne Kimura Hai Nguyen

9-12

4/30 - 5/18 31-May-12 (PCHS Srs) 4/24 3-4pm (PCHS Jrs) 4/5-10 3-4pm (PCHS Soph) 4/11-13 (PCHS Fresh) 4/14 10am-12pm (Open) After 4/14 3-4pm Sat 10am-12pm 31-May-12

6/22 6/29

6/22 6/29

x

4/1 - 4/29 3/31 8-11am (cafeteria) '4/1 - 5/18 7:30am-3:30pm (front ofc) 4/26-27, 5/1-4

Nanakuli High & Inter 89-890 Nanakuli Avenue

2100 Hookiekie Street

x

Registration Dates

377-2426

Mark Nakamura

x

Grades Offered

377-2419

Student Start Student End Time Time

Other

SchAdd1

July 4

School STATE OFFICE E-School HONOLULU DISTRICT

June 11

2012 Official Summer School Sites

6/22 6/29

6/22


SchAdd2

Waipahu Inter WINDWARD DISTRICT

94-455 Farrington Hwy

Kapunahala Elementary HAWAII DISTRICT Waiakea High

SchPhone

SchFax

Director

Asst. Director

Waipahu, HI 96797

675-0177

675-0181

Lisa Ynigues

Neil Battad

45-828 Anoi Road

Kaneohe, HI 96744

233-5650

233-5651

Stephanie H.K. Mew

155 W. Kawili St.

Grades Offered

Registration Dates

Student Start

Student End

7-8

5/2 - 24 (WIS) 5/21 - 24 (Open)

29-May-12

11-Jul-12

8:00 AM

12:00 PM

1-6

3/31

12-Jun-12

12-Jul-12

8:00 AM

12:00 PM

5/15

Student Start Student End Time Time

x

x

Hilo, HI 96720

974-4888

974-4880

Whitney S Aragaki

8-12

30-May-12

3-Jul-12

7:30 AM

1:00 PM

x

Waikoloa Elementary 68-1730 Hooko Street

Waikoloa, HI 96738

883-6808

883-6811

Ruth Annette Smith

K-8

-3

1-Jun-12

29-Jun-12

8:00 AM

2:30 PM

x

Waimea Elementary MAUI DISTRICT Iao Middle KAUAI DISTRICT

67-1225 Mamalahoa Hwy.

Kamuela, HI 96743

887-7636

887-7640

Marcella McClelland Laina Walulik

K-5

4/2 - 6/1

18-Jun-12

18-Jul-12

8:00 AM

2:45 PM

260 S. Market Street

Wailuku, HI 96793

989-5610

989-5617

Timothy Shim

6-8

4/2 - 5/25

31-May-12

6-Jul-12

8:00 AM

12:00 PM

x

Kalaheo Elementary Kapaa Elementary Kapaa High Kauai High

4400 Maka Road 4886 Kawaihau Rd. 4695 Mailihuna Rd. 3577 Lala Rd.

Kalaheo, HI 96741 Kapaa, HI 96746 Kapaa, HI 96746 Lihue, HI 96766

332-6801 821-4424 821-4400 274-3160

332-6804 821-4431 821-4420 274-3170

Kathy Rose Carveiro Althea Arinaga Ryan Alika Harper Penny Vess

K-5 K-5 9-12 9-12

4/13 - 5/28 4/11 4/2 & 5/18

1-Jun-12 31-May-12 12-Jun-12 4-Jun-12

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May 19, 2012 9:00 am - 2:00pm 151 Kapahulu Avenue

Free Entrance to the Honolulu Zoo! For all Military Card ID Holders, including Retirees and May 19, 2012 National Guardsmen and women. One ID card holder can bring the whole family in. Free located at the 9:00entrance am - 2:00pm Monsarrat Gate for ID card holders Schofield: Bus departs at 9:00 am. Parking Lot of Bowling Center 4 2:00pm Return to Schofield from Zoo to Parking Lot of Bowling Center 4 For additional information contact Amanda Montgomery at 655 - 0002. Navy/Hickam: Pick up/drop off in the NEX parking lot southeast end near the Big White Tent. For additional information contact Gaylene Vedder at 423-3215. Bus 1 Leave PH Leave zoo 8:00am 9:00am 10:00am 11:00am 12:00pm 1:00pm 2:00pm 3:00pm

Bus 2 Leave PH 9:00am 11:00am 1:00pm

Leave zoo 10:00am 12:00am 2:00pm

KBAY: For schedule, contact Sgt. Daniel Woodall Phone 257-8832 For general inquiries, contact Elaine Ota at ota.elaine@yahoo.com. 486-9640


130th Engineer Brigade Town Hall Hallll Hall @1800 FREE CHILDCARE!

Registration Deadline: May 16, 2012 Email 65th FRSA Bridget.B.Shioshita.civ@mail.mil Or 84th FRSA Shannan.U.Kalili.civ@mail.mil Childcare request must include the child’s name, age, special needs/allergies and sponsors name with contact information.

Childcare site: New CDC 1875 Lyman Rd Drop off time: 545pm


Ask the Garrison Commander: Mulbury re-emphasizes USAG-HI’s communication tools, methods May 1, 2012 U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Public Affairs Office

Mulbury The “Ask the Garrison Commander” program is designed as a communication tool to allow Soldiers, civilians and family members to get concerns addressed and questions answered by the garrison commander. Directorates and support staff research queries and provide responses to Col. Douglas Mulbury, commander, U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii. The Customer Management Team at garrison’s Plans, Analysis and Integration Office monitors all responses. A sampling of questions that have community-wide impact are published monthly in the “Hawaii Army Weekly.” Community members can submit questions via the Ask the Garrison Commander website; time-sensitive concerns should be directed to the Interactive Customer Evaluation, or ICE system. Customer Feedback Venues The Army community can communicate with the garrison in these venues: •Through ICE at http://ice.disa.mil. •Via the Ask the Garrison Commander website at www.garrison.hawaii.army.mil/comments/contactgc.aspx. •By submitting an Army Family Action Plan issue form at www.garrison.hawaii.army.mil/crmt/default.htm. •Through the Installation Access Council, or IAC. To confirm if your unit is represented, call 655-9033 or email Roselina.Stone@us.army.mil. Review IAC issue sheets, past issue information and results at www.garrison.hawaii.army.mil/crmt/default.htm. •During the monthly PX/Commissary Advisory meetings. The next meeting for the Oahu South Community is scheduled for 10:15-11:15 a.m., May 2, at the Hale Ikena, Fort Shafter. All Fort Shafter community members are invited to attend and provide input. Call 438-0428. •During quarterly Facebook town halls. The next Facebook town hall is 6-7:30 p.m., May 29. To submit an “Ask the Commander” question, send an email to AskTheCommander.usaghi@us.army.mil. For more information, call Rosie Stone (655-9033) at USAG-HI’s Customer Relations Team, or call Aiko Brum (656-3155) at the USAG-HI Public Affairs Office.


Come celebrate the Army’s Birthday and enjoy the Polo match of Army Gold versus Army Black on the grounds of historic Palm Circle, Fort Shafter, Hawaii.

Come celebrate the Army’s Birthday and enjoy the Polo match of Army Gold versus Army Black on the grounds of historic Palm Circle, Fort Shafter, Hawaii.

Activities will include:

Activities will include:

* Military Historic Vehicle Static Displays * Kids Activities

* K9 Demonstration * Food and Music * Unit Competitions

All guests are encouraged to bring chairs, umbrellas and pop-up canopies.

* Military Historic Vehicle Static Displays * Kids Activities

* K9 Demonstration * Food and Music * Unit Competitions

All guests are encouraged to bring chairs, umbrellas and pop-up canopies.

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For more information, please call 655-0111 or 655-0115 BBQ GRILLS - NOT ALLOWED.

For more information, please call 655-0111 or 655-0115 BBQ GRILLS - NOT ALLOWED.

Come celebrate the Army’s Birthday and enjoy the Polo match of Army Gold versus Army Black on the grounds of historic Palm Circle, Fort Shafter, Hawaii.

Come celebrate the Army’s Birthday and enjoy the Polo match of Army Gold versus Army Black on the grounds of historic Palm Circle, Fort Shafter, Hawaii.

Activities will include:

Activities will include:

* Military Historic Vehicle Static Displays * Kids Activities

* K9 Demonstration * Food and Music * Unit Competitions

All guests are encouraged to bring chairs, umbrellas and pop-up canopies. himwr.com

For more information, please call 655-0111 or 655-0115 BBQ GRILLS - NOT ALLOWED.

* Military Historic Vehicle Static Displays * Kids Activities

* K9 Demonstration * Food and Music * Unit Competitions

All guests are encouraged to bring chairs, umbrellas and pop-up canopies. himwr.com

For more information, please call 655-0111 or 655-0115 BBQ GRILLS - NOT ALLOWED.


Military Ball Etiquette From Social Hour to the Retiring of Colors Learn the Dos & Don’ts

Open to all 130th, 84th and 65th Families Thursday, June 14th 5 to 6:30pm, 84th EN BN Classrooms 175 Sutton Street, Bldg 867 Topics: Appropriate Ball Attire Receiving Line Seating and Eating And much more‌ Bring your Ball Attire or a picture and see if it passes the critique! Meet others that will be attending the ball! To register call or email: Shannan Kalili, 8086558547, Shannan.u.kalili.civ@mail.mil OR Bridget Shioshita, 8086556559, Bridget.b.shioshita.civ@mail.mil


65th Engineer Battalion

Do you have a gently worn ball gown?

DRESS SWAP Wanna swap it for another dress?

SIGN UP TODAY!

Participation will determine success of event and gown selections available.

EVENT DATE: June 21 @1700-1830 65th EN BN Classroom

Participate in the DRESS SWAP & SAVE MONEY! Already have a dress and still wanna donate a gown for a great cause ? Drop-off donations or contact the 65th EN BN FRSA Bridget.B.Shioshita.civ@mail.mil or #655-6559


All Hawaii Engineers, Soldiers & Spouses are cordially invited to the formal ball

Hilton Hawaiian Village July 27, 2012 @1800 Cocktails commence @1700 Cocktails commence @1700

Tickets now available for purchase until July 13, 2012 Contact your company representative. $85/per person unless otherwise indicated as a result of individual company fundraising efforts.

Army service uniform or mess dress for military personnel & civilian formal attire .

For more information, please contact the 130th Engineer Brigade S2 #655-8867/6224, or email christopher.barker@us.army.mil


Tripler Fisher House 18 August 2012 8K Hero & Remembrance Run, Walk or Roll

Honoring our Fallen Hero’s, Wounded Warriors & Military Families in need Join us in our efforts to raise awareness about the Tripler Fisher House and how we can assist our Military Families during a medical crisis or loss. We are partnering with each Military Branch, community partners and other non-profit organizations to bring this event to you. This event is open to both military and civilians in the community. •Pre-registration on site 0500-0600, Route starts at 0700 at the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island (Not a timed event) •There will be a no cost registration, everyone must register at www.active.com/running/honolulu-hi/tripler-fisher-house-hero-andremembrance-run-walk-or-roll-2012, sorry no pets. •Keiki Fun Run •The military unit who runs with their colors and has the most participation will be awarded the “Traveling Bronzed Boots”, these boots will change hands each year to the unit with the most participation. If your unit would like to compete for them please contact me. •Patriot/Motorcycle Riders will lead off the event, all riders must wear PPE per base regulations •After the run stay for the Pacific Aviation Museum’s Family Fun Day to include the “Biggest Little RC Air Show”, interactive military displays, music, food and vendors, motorcycle safety and bike show •Follow us at www.facebook.com/triplerfisherhouse for up to date info about the event •Parking will be available at the Pacific Aviation Museum •Please help us collect a pair of boots to represent each Service Member who has been KIA since 9/11, pictures and a flag will be added to honor them. •Donations for the run are graciously accepted and will support the Tripler Fisher House 100% to help us continue to support our Military Families. Boots or Donations can be sent to: Tripler Fisher House 317 Krukowski Rd Honolulu, HI 96819

•. POC is Theresa Johnson @ 561-7423 or theresa.m.johnson2@us.army.mil, volunteers and boots collection sites needed

Supported by the Pacific Aviation Museum in conjunction with their Biggest Little Air Show on Ford Island


WEEKLY RESOURCES MAY 4, 2012