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65th ENGINEER BATTALION Weekly Binder August 24, 2012 TRAFFIC NOTICE COMMUNITY BULLETIN ISLAND PALM COMMUNITY NEW UTILITIES CUSTOMER SERVICE SITE MWR EVENTS MILITARY ONE SOURCE DOCUMENT TRANSLATION SERVICES LINK OF HELPING HANDS 130th EN BDE FUNDRAISER 65TH EN BN BLANKET FUNDRAISER ARMY EMERGENCY RELIEF (AER) HUI’ O NA WAHINE THIRFT STORE BOOT CAMP FOR NEW DADS ANGER AWARENESS BUYING A USED CAR AFTB TRAINING SCHEDULE 2012 U.S. ARMY FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS ALOHA FESTIVALS 2012 (HO’OLAULE’A) EMPLOYMENT ODYSSEY WEEK CAREER FAIR 2012

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


TRAFFIC NOTICE The community is advised of upcoming traffic impacts due to an event on Palm Circle Tuesday, Aug. 28:

• The back half of the large parking lot on Palm Circle Drive will be closed from 1700, Aug. 24, through 1700, Aug. 28.

CLOSED

•Portions of Palm Circle Drive will be closed at various times between 0500 and 1700, Aug. 28. Law enforcement will be on scene to direct traffic; however, drivers are encouraged to plan for delays and use alternate routes, if possible.

Buckner Gate

•Contact U.S. Army-Pacific Public Affairs at 438-6350.

Thank you for your patience and understanding!


“THIS IS A COMMUNITY BULLETIN” 161400WAUG12

SUBJECT: INSTALLATION SECURITY OFFICE (ISO) HOURS OF OPERATION The USAG-HI, Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization and Security (DPTMS) ISO located on Schofield Barracks, building 580, first floor, Room 105, will be open for walk-in out-processing Monday thru Friday, from the hours of 0830-1200 and 1300-1630. Appointments for other personnel security actions should be made through your organizations Unit/Directorate Security Manager. For further information, please contact Ms. Angela Walters, DPTMS ISO Acting Chief, at 808-655-8879 and by email at angela.k.walters.civ@mail.mil.

NO ACKNOWLEDGEMENT REQUIRED

Installation Operation Center (U) 656-3272 (C) 656-3269 SIPRNET: ioc@shafter.army.smil.mil NIPRNET: usarmy.wheeler.imcom-pacific.mbx.installation-operation@mail.mil


IPC announces new utilities customer service site Island Palm Communities News Release

Island Palm Communities

SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — Starting Aug. 20, Island Palm Communities residents can access daily energy consumption data for the resident utilities program at a new website: www.YesIPC.com. This new website includes an update to the customer service telephone number, email address and billing address. Monthly energy consumption statements issued to Island Palm Communities residents also will have a new look. The change is the result of Yes Energy Management’s acquisition of ista’s military residential utility billing operation. Customer Support Access customer service support and daily energy consumption readings at www.YesIPC.com, email yescs@yesenergymgmt.com or call (866) 465-5686. Send payments to YES Energy Management, P.O. Box 9037, Colorado Springs, Colo., 80932.


MWR Briefs August 24, 2012

DFMWR

Today Flag Football League — The USAG-HI Sports Office is accepting applications until Aug. 24 for the 2012 flag football league. The season starts Sept. 10. Call 655-0856/655-9652. Friday Night Entertainment Series — Catch new acts every Friday at the Kolekole Bar and Grill, SB. Enjoy pau hana specials before the show. Call 655-4466. WAAF Friday Night Bowling — Take advantage of the $5 special for Cosmic Bowling; get three games and one shoe rental, 5-10 p.m. Call 656-1745. 26 / Sunday Sunday at the Clubs — Enjoy Sunday Breakfast at Kolekole Bar and Grill, SB, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m., or Sunday Brunch at the dining room at the FS Hale Ikena, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Call 655-4466, SB, or 438-1974, FS. 27 / Monday Mongolian Barbecue — Dinner is offered from 5 p.m., Mondays, at SB Kolekole Bar and Grill and Thursdays at FS Mulligan’s Bar and Grill. Cost is 65 cents per ounce. Call Kolekole at 655-4466 or Mulligan’s at 438-1974. 29 / Wednesday Wednesday Bowling Special — Enjoy $1 a game bowling, 7 a.m.–4 p.m., Wednesdays, FS Bowling Center; shoe rental is not included. Offer is subject to availability and doesn’t apply to group or party reservations. Call 4386733. Teen Wednesdays — Teens can cosmic bowl for $2 at Wheeler Bowling Center, 2-4 p.m., Wednesdays. Shoes are free with a two-game minimum. Call 656-1745. Keiki Night — Every Wednesday night, kids under the age of 10 eat from the keiki menu for only $1.99, 5-8 p.m., at the SB Kolekole Bar and Grill and FS Mulligan’s Bar and Grill. Call 655-0660, SB, or 438-6712, FS. 30 / Thursday Zumba — The FS Physical Fitness Center offers Zumba classes, 4:45-5:45 p.m., Thursdays. Cost is $4 per person. Call 438-1152. 31 / Friday


Hawaiian Luau Lunch Buffet — Every last Friday of the month enjoy a Hawaiian Luau Lunch buffet at the FS Hale Ikena or SB Kolekole Bar and Grill for $12.95. Call 438-1974, FS, or 655-0660, SB. September 1 / Saturday Learn to Swim Sessions — FMWR Hawaii Army pools are offering the final classes for this year, as follows: •SB Richardson Pool Session 7, registration Sept. 1-2, class dates Sept. 10-20; •TAMC Pool Session 7, registration Sept. 1-8, class dates Sept. 10-21; •Helemano Pool Session 4, registration Sept. 1-11, class dates Sept. 12-22; and •Aliamanu Pool Session 4, registration Sept. 1-8, class dates Sept. 10-22. Register at the intended class location. Children must be registered with CYSS. Visit himwr.com for more details. Ladies Golf Clinic — Leilehua Golf Course offers a free ladies golf clinic every first Saturday of the month. Call 655-4653 for reservations. 7 / Friday Tailgate Party — Right Arm Night is celebrating the return of football season with a 4 p.m. tailgate party, Sept. 7, at the FS Hale Ikena. Enjoy an all-you-can-eat food buffet. Spouses and civilians welcome for this adult event. Tickets are $5 in advance or $8 at the door. Call 438-1974. Ongoing New Outdoor Rec. — Outdoor Recreation has moved to a new facility at 435 Ulrich Way, Bldg. 2110 (right behind the SB ACS building), SB, Aug. 17. ODR will be open 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Tuesdays-Saturdays. Call 6550143. The “A” Game — Keiki 18 years of age and under can bowl one free game for every two As that they receive on their report card. Offer valid 30 days from report card issuance. Call 438-6733, FS, or 655-0573, SB. New Menus — New menus are now available at Kolekole Bar and Grill, SB, and Mulligan’s Bar and Grill, FS. Call 655-4466 (SB) or 438-1974 (FS). Kolekole Saturday Nights — The Saturday Night Spotlight features a variety of entertainment at the Kolekole Bar and Grill, SB as follows: •First Saturday, Old School Soul Night with deejay Bennie James; •Second Saturday, Country Night; •Third Saturday, Hip-Hop/Rhythm and Blues Night; and •Fourth Saturday, Karaoke Night. Auto Detailing — The SB Auto Skills Center specializes in tinting and full-vehicle detailing. Call 499-7633. New Gym Hours — New HMR and AMR physical fitness center hours are 6 a.m.-9 p.m., Monday-Friday, and closed Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Call HMR at 653-0719 and AMR at 836-0338. Golf Special — Pay for nine holes and play 18, Monday-Friday, except holidays, at the Nagorski Golf Course, FS. Course is open to the public. Limited-time special. Call 438-9587. Smoothies Concession — Rich’s Daily Grind and Smoothies is now open at the Martinez Physical Fitness Center, Bldg. 488, SB. Call in orders at 438-0128. Schedule follows:


•Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-8 p.m.; and •Saturday-Sunday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.


Document Translation Services from Military OneSource Overview Information about Military OneSource document translation services. • Who is eligible? • What documents may be translated? • What documents may not be translated? • How long will it take to translate my document? • How do I get started? • What if my document isn’t a “qualifying document”? • Other resources

Through its document translation services, Military OneSource provides for the translation of legal documents such as leases, marriage licenses, adoption paperwork, and school transcripts (“qualifying documents”) for service members and their families. Upon the user’s request, translations will be certified, notarized as necessary, and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. The information below will help you understand more about the program and how it works. Who is eligible? Anyone who is eligible to use the Military OneSource program is eligible to use Military OneSource translation services. However, they may use the services only for qualifying documents that relate to their own, individual situations. Those eligible for Military OneSource services include: • Active-duty service members in the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, and Air Force and their immediate family members. • National Guard and Reserve members -- regardless of activation status -- and their immediate family members (includes members of the Individual Ready Reserve). • Separating service members and their immediate family members for up to six months following their separation. • DoD Civilians on the staff of installation support services/offering support services to service members and their family (Airman and Family Readiness Centers, Army Community Service, Family Assistance Centers, etc.) when translation of documents if for their own, individual situation (as described above). Civilian service eligibility does not include face-to-face consultation, or telephonic or online Short-Term Solution-Focused consultation.

What documents may be translated? Qualifying documents Only certain kinds of documents may be translated by our document translation services. We refer to these as “qualifying documents.” Qualifying documents are legal documents such as: 53425-0909


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- leases - marriage licenses - adoption paperwork that is required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) - birth certificates - school transcripts

What documents may not be translated? Nonqualifying documents Only the kinds of documents described above qualify for translation through our document translation services. Documents that do not qualify for our translation services include: • Medical. Our document translation services may not be used for discussion or delivery of information related to medical issues. Birth certificates, however, qualify for our translation services. • Other. Requests to use the document translation service that are not for an

individual service member or family member and are not for qualifying documents are outside the scope of Military OneSource document translation services. For example, flyers advertising installation events or family support program brochures may not be translated. How long will it take to translate my document? If you follow the process below by sending your document via the preferred method (e-mail), and if your document is less than 5,000 words and a qualifying document such as birth certificate or marriage license, you will receive your translation back within a few business days. Documents that are nonstandard in nature, or are not in good condition, or are longer than 5,000 words generally require more time. There is a 20-page limit per qualifying document.

How do I get started? Call a Military OneSource consultant at 1-800-342-9647. (From outside the U.S. and Canada, call 1-800-3429-6477 or call collect 484-530-5908.) Be sure to have the document that you want to have translated with you when you make this call. Your consultant will then do the following: • Explain how to connect with and send documents to Federal News Service, Inc. (FNS) for translation of official documents.


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• Ask you several questions about your document and complete a Request for Translation Services Form. • Open a case for you and give you the case number. • Send a copy of the completed Request for Translation Services Form to you. (You will attach this form when you Fax, e-mail, or mail your qualifying documents or documents to Federal News Service, Inc. The consultant will also send a copy of the form to Federal News Service by e-mail to authorize your use of the service.) Keep in mind that case numbers can be used only once. If you need translation services in the future for a different qualifying document, please call again for a new case number and form.

What if my document isn’t a “qualifying” document? Documents that do not meet the above eligibility criteria may be considered for translation support if there are other available free resources. Military OneSource will explore community and government resources to assist you. Many times manufacturers, educational services, and community agencies provide educational materials in numerous languages. Your Military OneSource consultant will explain how we can help with your request when the document is not a qualifying document.

Other resources Your military support services Each service branch sponsors information and support programs for service members and their families. You can call or visit any installation Army Community Service Center, Marine Corps Community Services, Fleet and Family Support Center, or Airman and Family Readiness Center regardless of your branch affiliation. If you aren’t near an installation, National Guard Family Assistance Centers are available in every state. The Local Community Resource Finder on the National Guard Family Program at www.guardfamily.org will identify your closest center. Military OneSource This free 24-hour service is available to all active duty, Guard, and Reserve members (regardless of activation status) and their families. Consultants provide information and make referrals on a wide range of issues. Free face-to-face counseling sessions (and their equivalent by phone or online) are also available. Call 1-800-342-9647 or go to www.MilitaryOneSource.com to learn more. © 2009 Ceridian Corporation, Military OneSource. All rights reserved.

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130th En Bde

Fundraiser

Daga Hawaii LLC CERAMIC STOCK PRODUCTS

15 oz. EL GRANDE

30 oz. JUMBO

$6.25

$5.75

$5.00

$5.00

$8.00

WHITE

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10oz. DINER / MILITARY

22oz. (BEER) STEIN

11 oz. C-HANDLE

WHITE

19 0Z ARLEN $6.00

WHITE / BLACK TRIM

WHITE / COBALT TRIM

15 oz. EL GRANDE

WHITE / GEEN TRIM

WHT / GREEN TRIM

12 OZ TRAVEL MUG

$7.75

WHITE

WHT / BLACK TRIM

WHT / RED TRIM

WHT / COBALT TRIM

16oz. FUNNEL

$5.00

WHITE Double Wall Porcelain

$5.75

$6.00

WHT / GREEN TRIM

WHT / BLACK TRIM

WHT / RED TRIM

WHT / COBALT TRIM

$4.00 PERSONALIZATION AVAILABLE Products will be available every Friday following the week of purchase please bring cash only payments to BDE S-4 (Sgt Outlaw, Renee) renee.i.outlaw.mil@mail.mil / 655-8066 * OTHER STYLES AND COLORS AVAILABLE - PLEASE INQUIRE


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BLANKET ORDER Company:________________________ FRG Leader: ________________________

Purchaser: Phone #: Address: Email:

Qty

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Unit Price

Checks Payable To:

Subtotal

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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. • CHRISTMAS DEALINE FOR ORDERS: SEPT 21, 2012 *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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Due to the current staffing at the Fort Shafter Army Community Service (ACS) office AER loans can only be processed at the Schofield ACS office. Phone: (808) 655-4ACS (4227). Loan applications are available at the Shafter ACS office, Room 111, Bldg 330 Ft. Shafter Aloha Center or call (808) 438 4ACS (4227) and request an application be e-mailed to you.

Financial Readiness Program (FRP) support (e.g., budgeting, credit repair, managing a check book, etc.) is available at the Shafter ACS office all day every Friday. Call (808) 438-4ACS (4227) to make an appointment. Please provide the following information:  -- RANK  -- NAME (first & last)  -- CONTACT PHONE NUMBER  -- TOPICS OF DISCUSSION


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Hui `O Na Wahine Thrift Store

BLDG 2107 , Ulrich Way, Schofield Barracks Open Tuesday & Thursday*, Friday, 1st and 3rd Saturdays from 9am-1pm *Closed 3rd Thursdays for Hui events Consignments accepted 9am-12pm www.schofieldspousesclub.com Huithrift@gmail.com 808-624-3254


Boot Camp for New Dads This class is meant to assist in preparing “soon to be fathers” for the arrival of their new born child. Topics covered include: Caring for the mom, importance of teamwork, dad’s role as a protector, dad’s bag of tricks, crying babies, new mom/ postpartum adjustment, and safety.

Date: Every 2nd Saturday of every month Time: 0900-1200 Location: Schofield Barracks Army Community Services Training Center Bldg. 647 (Next door to Sgt. Smith Theater) For more information please call (808) 655-0613/655-4227


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EMPOWERING INDIVIDUALS, MAXIMIZING PERSONAL GROWTH Level I Military Knowledge Skills

What is AFTB? Army Family Team Building is a series of training modules taught through the Army Community Service that covers topics such as basic information about the Army, personal growth skills and leadership skills. AFTB improves personal and Family preparedness which enhances overall Army readiness and helps our Army Families adapt to a changing world

Level I Military Knowledge Skills Designed to introduce you to the military lifestyle. Learn what to expect even if you’ve been around the Army for a while.

Level II Personal Growth Skills Grow personal skills that will make you an asset to any organization. Develop time and stress management skills and learn to communicate effectively.

Aug 14 8:00 am-3:30 pm NCO Academy Sept 18 8:00 am-3:30 pm NCO Academy Oct 23 8:00 am-3:30 pm NCO Academy Nov 27 8:00 am-3:30 pm NCO Academy Dec 11 8:00 am-3:30 pm ACS Bldg 647 Level II Personal Growth Skills

Why Should I Attend AFTB? AFTB helps you to not just cope with, but enjoy the military lifestyle. Many of the courses can be applied toward resume’ and career building, self-development and leadership skills. AFTB provides the knowledge and self-confidence to take responsibility for yourself and your Family. The training is available to Soldiers, Family members, Department of Defense civilians and volunteers.

Level III Leadership Development Become a self-confident leader. Possess the attributes and traits that others admire. Give back to your community as a leader, volunteer, coach and mentor.

Sep 19, 20, 25, 26 5pm-9pm ACS Bldg 647 Nov 5-8 9 am-1pm ACS Bldg 647 Level III Leadership Development

Aug 21-23 9am-1pm ACS Bldg 647 AFTB Tools to Thrive in the Army Community

Oct 16-18 9am-1pm ACS Bldg 647 Dec 3-5 5pm-9pm ACS Bldg 647

To register for classes call 655-4ACS or email Ferne Conroy at ferne.r.conroy.civ@mail.mil For more information visit: www.himwr.com


Join us at Tropics Warrior Zone for the Festival of the Arts Talent Show. All talent welcome! To enter you must have Military ID and be 18 years or older. • Register at HiMWR.com or at Tropics by August 17 • Talent show audition: August 20 @ 7:00 PM (one audition only)

• Talent Show: August 31 @ 7:00 PM • Call 655-5698 for more info.

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HONOLULU’S Aloha Festivals is the largest Hawaiian cultural celebration in the United States. What is known today as Aloha Festivals was created in 1946, as Aloha Week - a cultural celebration of Hawai’i’s music, dance and history intended to perpetuate our unique traditions. A group of former Jaycees - known as the Jaycees Old-timers of Hawai'i - had the vision to create a public celebration to honor Hawai'i’s cosmopolitan heritage, yet created a celebration which has itself become a state-wide tradition. Aloha Week became Aloha Festivals in 1991. Aloha Festivals has become a celebration of our Hawaiian culture. Integrated into the culture are many island traditions and customs of each of the Hawaiian islands. Hundreds of volunteers labor together each year to stage the events, which are attended statewide by nearly one hundred thousand people. The festivals are funded through the sale of Aloha Festivals ribbons and merchandise, and via corporate and private donations. As a 501©3 corporation, donations are tax deductible and welcomed.


2012 Aloha Festivals T-Shirt Order Form Ho‘onui ‘Ike “Increase Knowledge, Enrich” First & Last Name (print clearly)

Organization/Company

Mailing Address

City & State

( ) Phone

Zip code

( ) Cellular

Email Address ADULT SIZES ONLY

NUMBER OF SHIRTS

COST PER SHIRT

Small

$20.00

Medium

$20.00

Large

$20.00

Extra Large

$20.00

2 Extra Large

$23.00

3 Extra Large

$23.00

TOTAL

Back

TOTAL DUE

$

Front

PAYMENT METHOD: CASH: CREDIT CARD (check one):

CHECK #: MasterCard

Make check payable to: Aloha Festivals Visa

Credit Card Number:

Security Code: Exp. Date:

Name on credit card:

(as shown on card)

Billing Address: City,

State,

Zip:

Signature: Return completed form & payment to: Aloha Festivals Merchandise P.O. Box 15945, Honolulu, HI 96830

Date: OFFICE USE ONLY Date order rec’d:

By:

Date paid:

By:

Please allow 7 to 10 days for shipping once payment has Date order sent: been process. Questions regarding t-shirts sales please email afribbons@gmail.com and/or call (808) 691-9103. For more information please visit www.alohafestivals.com or call 483-0730.

By:


RIBBON ORDER FORM $5.00 EACH Ribbons are available at the Aloha Festivals events & participating merchants, visit our website at www.alohafestivals.com for a list of locations. (Minimum order of 5 ribbons for shipping/mailing) All information below must be complete in order to process order

First & Last Name (print clearly)

Organization

Mailing Address

City, State & Zip code

Phone

Cellular

Email Address

ORDER & PAYMENT INFORMATION X Number of Ribbons

$5.00 = $ Total Purchase

Payment Method:

+

S&H: $3.00 = $ Total Amount Due

Verification code: (# In back of Credit Card)

Cash: $

Check: (#)

Credit Card Type

(Make check payable to Aloha Festivals)

(MasterCard, VISA or American Express)

Name of Cardholder

Credit Card Number

Exp. Date

Billing Address

City/State

Zip code

Signature

Date

Return completed form & payment to: Aloha Festivals Ribbons P.O. Box 15945, Honolulu, HI 96830 Ribbons will take 7 to 10 days for shipping once payment has been process. A Minimum order of 5 ribbons is required for shipping/mailing.

Questions regarding Ribbon sales please email afribbons@gmail.com and/or call (808) 691-9103. For other information and questions please visit www.alohafestivals.com or call (808) 483-0730.

Date Order Rec’d: Paid:

By: Date:

Date Order Sent:

By: By:

OFFICE USE ONLY


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