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65th Engineer Battalion Weekly Resources December 7, 2012 1st ANNUAL SHARP TOY DRIVE UNIQUE 5K RUN IMPROVES FITNESS THE TEDDY BEAR POST CENTRAL OAHU CHRISTMAS PARADE HOLIDAY CRAFT FAIRS AFTB LEVEL 1 TRAINING FINANCIAL TRAINING CALENDAR 2013 FRG TRAINING CALENDAR MWR BRIEFS HAWAIIAN CULTURE CLASSES CHRISTMAS IN HUI LAND 2012 COMMUNITY CHAPEL HOLIDAY SCHEDULE HOME ALONE SAFETY AWARENESS CLASS MAIL BEFORE DECEMBER 18 THE NUTCRACKER SCREAM FREE MARRIAGE RECYCLING ARTICLE JBPHH ABANDONED VEHICLE SALE 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.


When : 3 Dec – 19 Dec Please donate new and unwrapped toys for boys and girls 2 to 10 years of age. Contact your BDE SHARP Trailer 14 655-0197 All donations will be given to the Honolulu Shelter.


Unique 5K runs improve fitness, morale on KAF November 30, 2012

Staff Sgt. Steve Kalfman (left) and Sgt. 1st Class Don Blackall, both with HHC, 25th CAB, finish strong during the 5K Pink Ribbon Run hosted by the 25th CAB, recently.

Story and photos by Sgt. Daniel Schroeder 25th Combat Aviation Brigade Public Affairs, 25th Infantry Division KANDAHAR AIRFIELD, Afghanistan — Soldiers of the 25th Combat Aviation Brigade treated themselves and more than 750 service members and civilians to a free “Zombie 5K Fun Run,” here, Nov. 17.

Service members from coalition forces and civilians deployed at KAF launch themselves forward at the start of the Zombie 5K Fun Run, hosted by the 25th CAB, Nov. 17.

“It was great to see how many people showed up to do this event,” said Staff Sgt. Chris Staton, data system interpreter, Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 25th CAB, originally from Woodbridge, Va. “We wanted


to do a 5K run that was different from the other 5K runs hosted here. We wanted to get people out of their rooms to enjoy themselves.” The run is the sixth hosted by the 25th CAB, and at least 500 people have participated in each of the hosted runs. Staton and Staff Sgt. Andrew Creaser, satellite communication operations noncommissioned officer, HHC, 25th CAB, a native of Brandon, Fla., came up with the idea of hosting 5K fun runs after participating in various other 5K events on KAF. One of the fun runs hosted by the CAB was a “Pink Ribbon Run.” “I wanted to do that event because I have two family members who have breast cancer,” Creaser said. “It was nice to be able to help them and other women by raising funds to fight breast cancer.” After the successful Zombie 5K Fun Run, Staton and Creaser are planning a “Remembrance/Christmas 5K Run” at the beginning of December.


Central Oahu Christmas Parades Mililani Christmas Parade December 1 Will begin at run from 9:00-10:30 a.m. The parade will start at the Mililani High School Stadium at Kipapa Drive, past Mililani Shopping Center, onto Moenamanu Street, onto Kuahelani Avenue, onto Meheula Parkway, onto Lanikuhana Avenue, to finish at the Town Center of Mililani between Ruby Tuesday and Assagios. The event is expected to have 1,500 marchers, 30 vehicles, 10 floats, and 2 bands.

Mayor's Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony/Parade December 1 Sponsored by the City and County of Honolulu will begin at 6:00 p.m. and run till approximately 11:00 p.m. The event is expected to have 2,000 marchers, 40 vehicles, 15 floats and 15 bands. It will start at Aala Park to King St., Kokohead on King Street, to end in a closed-off portion of King Street, between Punchbowl & South Streets.

Wahiawa Town Christmas Parade December 7 Sponsored by Wahiawa Community & Buisness Association. The event is expected to have 300 marchers, 10 vehicles, & 2 floats. It will start at Kaala Elementary School, to California Avenue, to North Cane Street, where it will end at Center Street around 8:30 p.m.

Gentry Waipio Community Association Christmas Parade December 8 Sponsored by Gentry Waipio Community Association kicks off at 10:00 a.m. The event is expected to have 800 marchers, 13 vehicles, & 1 band. It will start at C, to Waipio Uka St., Ukee St., to Ka Uka Blvd., to Waipio Uka St., to end back at Gentry Waipio Shopping Center at around 11:30 a.m.

Ewa Beach Lions Club Christmas Parade December 15 Sponsored by Ewa Beach Lions Club kicks off at 10:00 a.m. The event is expected to have 1,200 marchers, 80 vehicles, 12 floats & 2 bands. It will start at Ilima Intermediate School Parking Lot, to Ft. Weaver Road, to Kuhina Street, to Hanakahi Street, to North Road, to Ft. Weaver Road and end at the Ilima Intermediate School Parking Lot at around noon. MBA


DEC 1 Season's Best Craft & Gift Fair, Aliiolani Elementary School, 1240 7th Ave, Kaimuki, 8 am - 2 pm 200+ booths of crafts, gifts & food. DEC 1 Winter Wonderland, Calvary Church of the Pacific, 99-400 Aiea Heights Dr., 10 am - 2 pm Craft fair, bake sale, free Christmas crafts for keiki, 10 tons of snow for free play, food, games & fun for the whole family! DEC 1 MTA Holiday Craft & Gift Fair, Mililani Town Assn. Rec Center 5, 95-1101 Ainamakua Dr., 9 am - 2 pm Crafts, art, food, clothing, gifts, fun! 87 booths. DEC 2 Windward Holiday Craft Fair & Taste of Castle, Castle High School, 45-386 Kaneohe Bay Dr., Kaneohe, 10 am - 2 pm 150 booths: handmade crafts and jewelry, silkscreened shirts, women's/children's clothing/accessories, Christmas gifts, teacher's gifts, homemade jams, Stampin Up crafts, country gifts, quilts, gift baskets, decorative flags, personalized items, original artwork and Hawaiian motif items, ceramics, pillows, bath & body products, packaged food, and more! DEC 8 Moanalua High School Winter Craft Fair, 2825 Ala Ilima St., 9 am - 3 pm Fabulous crafts, plants, gifts and ono food! Over 200 vendors! FREE parking school lot open to the public at 8am. Lots of street parking. DEC 8 Season's Best Craft & Gift Fair, Aiea Elementary School, 99-371 Moanalua Rd., 8 am - 2 pm 150+ booths of crafts, gifts & food. DEC 8 Mililani High School ABC Craft Fair, 96-1200 Meheula Pkwy, in the school's gymnasium & parking lot, 9 am - 2 pm 110 booths.

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DEC 9 2012 McKinley HS Craft & Gift Fair, McKinley High School cafeteria and surrounding grounds, 9 am - 3 pm A good fun event with friendly vendors selling unique gift items. 95 booths. Door prizes and silent auction. Enter from Pensacola Street entrance. DEC 9 Holiday Craft, Gift & Rubberstamp Expo, Neal Blaisdell Center - Hawaii Suites, 777 Ward Ave., 9 am - 3 pm Featuring vendors selling handmade crafts, gift items, rubberstamp/scrapbooking supplies and craft supplies. A crafters clearance sale will also be held. 30-50 booths. Admission is free and open to the public. DEC 12 "An Evening in Waipio", Hawaii Okinawa Center Banquet Hall, 94-587 Ukee St., Waipio Gentry Business Park, 5:30 - 9 pm Featuring over 60 of Hawaii's premier crafters. Enjoy shopping in air conditioned comfort in the Hawaii Okinawa Center's Legacy Ballroom. Food, door prizes, silent auction, entertaiment and Santa are a few of its feature. DEC 14-16 Honolulu Gift Fair, Blaisdell Exhibition Hall, 777 Ward Ave., Fri: 3 - 9pm, Sat: 9am - 9pm, Sun: 9am - 5pm Over 300 booths. Free admission! DEC 15 Radford High School CTE Craft Fair, 4361 Salt Lake Blvd., 10 am - 2 pm Food, gifts & crafts! Decorate a ginger bread house for only $3 (in cafeteria). Bank of Hawaii ATM onsite. DEC 15 Mililani's Save the Best for Last, Mililani Uka Elementary School, 94-380 Kuahelani Ave., 9 am - 3 pm Over 100 craft & gift booths, ono food, food trucks, and lots of great crafts & gifts to complete your Christmas shopping! MBA


Financial Readiness

Army Community Service 2091 Kolekole Avenue Schofield Barracks, HI 808-655-4227

Your Money Matters

Wednesday and Thursday classes are scheduled for 1000-1130.

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*** Military Saves Week 25 Feb – 2 Mar *** March 2013

Wednesday and Thursday classes are scheduled for 1000-1130.

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Class Descriptions Please visit www.hrmwr.com for more information and to register for classes.


The Financial Success Series This series of four core classes develops an individual’s financial knowledge. Come for the entire series and, in one month, walk away with the tools you need to dramatically improve your finances. Or, just come to the class you need:

Step 1

Money Management This class focuses on the core concepts of personal finances. Learn how budgeting, credit and investing fit in to your overall financial plan and take away the “Steps to Financial Success.”

Step 2

Basics of Budgeting Sick of living paycheck to paycheck? This class will help you develop a budget, track expenses, and create a system to save and pay your bills on time. Please bring a copy of your LES and a list of bills. https://mypay.dfas.mil

Step 3

Your Credit Report & Score No credit or bad credit, this class will help you increase your credit score and understand how lenders see you. Know where you stand before making a large purchase. Bring one copy of your credit report from: www.annualcreditreport.com

Step 4

Basic Investing & TSP The best time to start investing is NOW! Learn the basics of the Thrift Savings Plan and other investment options including stocks, bonds, and mutual funds. www.tsp.gov

First Term Financial Training This workshop focuses on basic financial skills to help develop self-reliance and personal responsibility. The goal is to encourage these Soldiers and Families to understand their personal finances and learn tools for financial success. This is a mandatory program of instruction for First Term Soldiers offered every Monday (except Federal Holidays). Soldiers must bring an EOM LES. A certificate is awarded to each participant who completes the 8 hours of instruction.

Additional Financial Classes - Pre-Deployment Financial Planning - Re-Deployment Financial Planning - Car Buying - Home Buying - Understanding Insurance & Financial Scams - Advanced Investing - And More!

Please contact 655-4227 for more information


2013 FRG Training January 15

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Caller, Fundraising, VMIS)

0930 – 1345

January 29

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers)

1800 – 2015

January 30

FRG Essentials (Fundraising, VMIS)

1800 – 2015

February 5

Master Resiliency Training for FRGs, FRSAs, and Family Members

0900 – 1100

February 12

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers, Fundraising, VMIS)

0900 – 1345

March 5

Master Resiliency Training for FRGs, FRSAs, and Family Members

0900 – 1100

March 12

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers, Fundraising, VMIS)

0900 – 1345

March 26

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers)

1800 – 2015

March 27

FRG Essentials (Fundraising, VMIS)

1800 – 2015

April 2

Master Resiliency Training for FRGs, FRSAs, and Family Members

0900 – 1100

April 9

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers, Fundraising, VMIS)

0900 – 1345

May 7

Master Resiliency Training for FRGs, FRSAs, and Family Members

0900 – 1100

May 14

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers, Fundraising, VMIS)

0900 – 1345

May 28

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers)

1800 – 2015

May 29

FRG Essentials (Fundraising, VMIS)

1800 – 2015

Army Community Service, Building 2091, 655-4ACS


2013 FRG Training June 4

Master Resiliency Training for FRGs, FRSAs, and Family Members

0900 – 1100

June 11

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers, Fundraising, VMIS)

0900 – 1345

July 2

Master Resiliency Training for FRGs, FRSAs, and Family Members

0900 – 1100

July 9

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers, Fundraising, VMIS)

0900 – 1345

July 30

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers)

1800 – 2015

July 31

FRG Essentials (Fundraising, VMIS)

1800 – 2015

August 6

Master Resiliency Training for FRGs, FRSAs, and Family Members

0900 – 1100

August 13

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers, Fundraising, VMIS)

0900 – 1345

September 3

Master Resiliency Training for FRGs, FRSAs, and Family Members

0900 – 1100

September 10

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers, Fundraising, VMIS)

0900 – 1345

September 24

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers)

1800 – 2015

September 25

FRG Essentials (Fundraising, VMIS)

1800 – 2015

October 1

Master Resiliency Training for FRGs, FRSAs, and Family Members

0900 – 1100

October 8

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers, Fundraising, VMIS)

0900 – 1345

October 29

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers)

1800 – 2015

October 30

FRG Essentials (Fundraising, VMIS)

1800 – 2015

Army Community Service, Building 2091, 655-4ACS


November 5

Master Resiliency Training for FRGs, FRSAs, and Family Members

0900 – 1100

November 12

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers, Fundraising, VMIS)

0900 – 1345

November 19

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers)

1800 – 2015

November 20

FRG Essentials (Fundraising, VMIS)

1800 – 2015

December 3

Master Resiliency Training for FRGs, FRSAs, and Family Members

0900 – 1100

December 10

FRG Essentials (FRG 101, Key Callers, Fundraising, VMIS)

0900 – 1345

FRSA Training 2013 Roles & Responsibilities, Employee Info, Funds Management, Team Building, CRT, SOS, ACS Resources, Installation Resources, VMIS Chaplain, Marketing Available upon request (Two weeks notice please)

Rear Detachment Training 2013 Roles & Responsibilities, Team Building, Deployment, Trauma in the Unit, CRT, SOS, ACS Resources, AFTB Available upon request (Two weeks notice please)

Army Community Service, Building 2091, 655-4ACS


MWR Briefs November 30, 2012

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Ongoing The “A” Game — Keiki 18 years of age and under can bowl one free game for every two “A’s” they get on a report card. Call 438-6733 (FS) or 655-0573 (SB). ACS Aloha Center — The new phone number for Shafter’s ACS is 438-4ACS (438-4227). Pro Bowl Tickets — 2013 NFL Pro Bowl tickets are available at the Schofield and Shafter Leisure Travel offices. NFL Sunday Ticket Kickoff — Come to the SB Tropics on Sundays and catch all the games. Facility opens a half hour before the first game starts. Patrons 18 and older are welcome. Call 655-5698. Sunday at the Clubs — Enjoy Sunday breakfast at the SB Kolekole Bar and Grill, 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). NFL Sunday Ticket Kickoff — Catch all the games Sundays at the Tropics. Facility opens a half hour before the first game starts. Patrons 18 and older are welcome; call 655-5698. Bowling Special — Bowl 7 a.m.-4 p.m., Wednesdays, $1 per game, FS Bowling Center, $1 per game; shoe rental is not included. Subject to availability and does not apply to group reservations. Call 438-6733. Teen Wednesdays — Cosmic Bowling for teens for $2 at Wheeler Bowling Center, WAAF, 2-4 p.m., Wednesdays. Free shoes with a two-game minimum. Call 656-1745. Texas Hold’em — Every Thursday at 6 p.m. the Tropics Warrior Zone hosts a free tournament that tests your poker skills against the best Army players around. Ages 18 years and older are welcome; no buy in. Nonplayers are invited to enjoy the atmosphere and featured menu items. Call 655-5698. Dinner Service — New dinner service is now available at Mulligan’s Bar and Grill at FS. Dinner service includes a brand-new menu and new hours from 5-8 p.m., weekday evenings. Call 438-1974. Keiki Night — Every Wednesday night, 5-8 p.m., kids under the age of 10 can eat from the keiki menu for $2.99 at the SB Kolekole Bar and Grill and the FS Mulligan’s Bar and Grill. Call 655-0660 (SB) or 438-6712 (FS).


New Gym Hours — New HMR and AMR physical fitness center hours are 6 a.m.-9 p.m., Mondays-Fridays. The gym is closed Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Call HMR at 653-0719 or AMR at 836-0338. New Menus — New menus are now available at the Kolekole Bar and Grill, SB, and Mulligan’s, FS. Call 6554466 (SB) or 438-1974 (FS). Mongolian Barbecue — Dinner is served starting at 5 p.m. on Mondays at Kolekole Bar and Grill, SB, and Thursdays at Mulligan’s Bar and Grill, FS. Cost is 65 cents per ounce. Call 655-4466 (SB) or 438-1974 (FS). Friday Night Fever — Enjoy a $5 special for Cosmic Bowling at Wheeler Bowling Center. Includes three games and one shoe rental, 5-10 p.m.


Hawaiian cultural classes are returning, expanding in 2013 November 30, 2012

Participants string strands of yellow and purple plumeria as part of an interactive lei wili (lei making) workshop at the Sgt. Yano Library. (File photo)

U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Native Hawaiian Liaison Office SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii is delighted that its popular Hawaiian cultural classes will be resuming after the new year. For the last few years, Soldiers and family members have enjoyed the opportunity to learn about Hawaiian culture through a variety of weekly courses, workshops and special events. The cultural offerings are scheduled to resume in early 2013, and in addition to hula, lei making and other workshops provided in past years, new courses in Hawaiian history, feather work, carving and other traditional crafts are being developed. “We are extremely excited to have this opportunity to share our culture and the aloha spirit with Army families,” said Dr. Trisha Kehaulani Watson, project manager and proprietor of Honua Consulting, a contract company developing the cultural immersion program. “As someone who grew up in Mililani, I feel a deep personal connection to this area,” Watson said, “and I am honored to have this opportunity to get to know this community better.” USAG-HI’s new cultural program and classes will give Army families an opportunity to work with a wide range of Hawaiian cultural practitioners and participate in cultural experiences, both on and off post. In cooperation with Army Community Service’s Relocation Readiness Program, educational trips and tours to off-post locations will soon be offered every month.


“The new off-post experiences are a unique opportunity for Soldiers and family members to really engage and embrace the Native Hawaiian culture and community,” said Charlyn Sales, ACS relocation readiness program manager. Sales and Watson plan to offer group visits to ‘Iolani Palace in downtown Honolulu, Bishop Museum and the Hawaiian Plantation Village in Waipahu. Additionally, unique hands-on experiences, such as a visit to a functional lo‘i (taro) patch and an ancient fish pond are also being considered. Community members wishing to find out more about the classes may subscribe to the new Native Hawaiian monthly newsletter, “Ho‘ona,” expected to launch in December. “‘Ho‘ona’ means ‘to calm,’ as this program is meant to give relocating families a sense of comfort with their new duty station,” Watson said. Ho‘ona Classes To sign up for the Hawaiian Liaison newsletter or to receive updates on classes, workshops and other special events, visit www.hawaiianliaison.com or email usaghi.nhl@gmail.com.


2012 Community Chapel Holiday Schedule Best wishes for the happiest of holidays!

Catholic Services 4 December, Tuesday (Wheeler Chapel) 6 p.m. •First Sunday of Advent 6 December, Thursday (Aliamanu Chapel) 6 p.m. •Advent Reconciliation 7 December, Friday (Wheeler & Aliamanu Chapel) 5p.m. •Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception 8 December, Sunday (Tripler) 5p.m. •Immaculate Conception Mass 24 December, Monday (Main Post Chapel, Aliamanu, &Tripler) 5p.m. •Children’s Christmas Mass 24 December, Monday (Wheeler Chapel) 10 p.m. •Christmas Eve Mass 25 December, Tuesday (Main Post Chapel) 10:30 a.m. •Christmas Mass 25 December, Tuesday (Tripler) 11:00 p.m. •Christmas Mass

31 December, Monday (Aliamanu Chapel) 5p.m. •New Years Eve Mass 1 January, Tuesday 2013 (Main Post Chapel) 11:45 a.m. •Mary Mother of God

General Protestant 24 December, Monday (Fort DeRussy) 5p.m. Christmas Eve Candlelight Service 24 December, Monday (Tripler) 6:30p.m. Christmas Eve Candlelight Service 24 December, Monday (Main Post Chapel) 6:30 p.m. Christmas Eve Service 24 December, Monday (Soldiers & Aliamanu Chapel) 7p.m. Christmas Eve Service

Gospel 1 January, Tuesday (Aliamanu Chapel) 10p.m. New Years Eve Service

Jewish 13 December, Thursday (Main Post Chapel) 6p.m. Community Menorah Lighting

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Mail before Dec. 18 to get it there by Christmas By Star-Advertiser staff POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Nov 27, 2012

STAR-ADVERTISER / FILE. Plan to mail your packages by the suggested dates for delivery by Christmas.

The U.S. Postal Service is advising Hawaii residents and businesses to mail first class and priority cards and packages to the mainland no later than Dec. 18 this year for delivery by Christmas. Other suggested mailing dates are : Dec. 10 for international or overseas military destinations, Dec. 13 for American Samoa, Dec. 14 for Guam and Saipan Dec. 20 for Hawaii destinations Procrastinators have until Dec. 20 to send packages to the mainland with expedited express mail service. The Postal Service said the dates are not deadlines, and that mail sent after those dates could still arrive by Christmas. The suggested dates, however, give packages the best chance of arriving on time.

» The Honolulu Airport post office will be open an additional day to serve customers, on Dec. 16, from noon to 5 p.m. » Postal carriers on city routes will deliver parcels on two Sundays: Dec. 16 and 23. » Eighteen Hawaii post offices have self-serve kiosks at which customers can buy stamps and send packages. On Oahu they are at the Aina Haina, airport, Ala Moana, downtown, Hawaii Kai, Kailua, Kaneohe, Makiki, Mililani, Moiliili, Waialae-Kahala, Waikiki and Wai-pahu post offices. On the neighbor islands they are at the Hilo, Kailua-Kona, Kihei, Lahaina and Wai-luku post offices. » People can get online discounts on postage, print mailing labels and arrange for free parcel pickup at usps.com. » The Postal Service anticipates delivering almost 18 billion pieces of mail between Thanksgiving and Christmas this year. » The busiest mailing day is expected to be Dec. 17. The busiest delivery day is likely to be Dec. 19 for cards and letters and Dec. 20 for packages.


Recycling produces big benefits for everyone November 29, 2012

FORT SHAFTER — Beatriz Diaz (left), store manager, Fort Shafter Exchange, and Chantal Leonard, contractor, CSU-CEMML, DPWEnvironmental, USAG-HI, man their recycling display at the PX, here, during America Recycles Day, Nov. 15.

Individuals and organizations are urged to recycle at select locations Story and photos by Tamicha Williams Directorate of Public Works, U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii America Recycles Day has come and gone, but don’t worry if you did not get to participate in the collaborative efforts between the Army and Air Force Exchange Service and the Directorate of Public Works, U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii. You can still recycle every day outside the main post exchanges, or PX, and shoppettes in the North and South Oahu areas.


SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — Whitney Brunson, a contractor for the Solid Waste and Recycling Program Support Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands, DPW-Environmental, USAG-HI, encourages people to recycle during the annual America Recycles day event at the Exchange, here, Nov. 15.

Earlier this month, when AAFES promoted its environmentally preferable products and then gave away several reusable bags to lucky customers, the DPW-Environmental staff set up new recycling containers at all AAFES locations on Schofield Barracks, Wheeler Army Airfield, Helemano and Aliamanu military reservations, and at Fort Shafter. Containers are conveniently located to collect a mix of HI-5 aluminum cans and plastic beverage containers. Fundraising meters have also been set up at three PX locations to track how much money AAFES customers are raising by recycling. The more you recycle, the more money the garrison earns to fund special environmental projects and Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation activities on post. For example, this past summer, the Army Recycle Center donated $75,000 for the Fourth of July celebration. That’s how much of an impact your contributions can make on the garrison. You can continue to help out by recycling at your office, at the motor pool or at your favorite lunch spot on post. Use any container to collect your recyclables, and Recycling Center staff will be happy to pick up your materials. Call 655-0011 or submit an online pickup request at https://dpw.hi.pac.army.mil/pickup/. If you need help establishing a recycling system in your office or area, contact the program manager for DPWEnvironmental Recycling at 656-5411. (Editor’s note: Williams is the solid waste and recycling program manager for DPW.) Recycle Pick-up To have recyclables picked up from your office, call 655-0011 and leave a detailed message, or submit an online pickup request at https://dpw.hi.pac.army.mil/pickup/.


JBPHH Morale Welfare And Recreation Abandoned Vehicle Sale Information Sheet for Bidders Saturday, 08 December 2012 • 0800 – 1400 This sale is open to all military personnel and the general public. UVehicles are sold “as is”. All Sales are Final. No refunds will be given. Access to Sale: • Military – Enter Nimitz Gate of Pearl Harbor and take left onto South Avenue. Proceed approximately one mile to the Abandoned Car Lot. Park along the fence UoutsideU the lot. • General Public – Park in the “Pass and ID Office” parking lot just outside Nimitz Gate of Pearl Harbor. A free shuttle service will transport to and from sale lot every half hour starting from 0800 to 1330. • Vehicles are available for inspection on the day of the sale from 0800 to 1400 only. • Children under 16 not permitted on sale lotU. • No mechanical work may be done on the sale lot. • Smoking and/or consumption of alcoholic beverages are prohibited. Bidding Procedures: • Pick up vehicle inventory list and bid forms at the MWR Booth located on the sale lot. • Complete the bid form. Use a separate form for each vehicle. • Bid on the correct vehicle. Your bid is for the vehicle in the stall number indicated by you on the bid form. Bids will not be transferred to other vehicles. • Validate bid at MWR Booth. Bids will only be accepted between 0800 and 1400 on the auction day. • Vehicles have a minimum bid of $50 USD each. Successful bidders will be notified UbeginningU Monday, 10 December 2012. Payment for Vehicle(s): • Payment in full, by cash, credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express), money order, or Cashier’s check must be made at the MWR Auto Skills Center on Valkenburgh Street. Hours of operation for auction payments are 1200 to 1800 Monday – Friday. • Upon notification, payment must be made by 1800 the following business day. Failure to do so will result in forfeiture of vehicle to next highest bidder. • Payment amount for the vehicle is what is written on the bid form. • No personal checks accepted. Removal of Vehicle(s): • New owner will have 2 business days (Monday—Friday) from payment date to remove vehicle from sale lot. Vehicles not removed within 2 business days will be forfeited and sold to next highest bidder. • Appointments must be made to retrieve vehicle(s) from auction lot. Appointment times are every hour from 1000 to 1600 Monday – Friday starting at 1000 December 11, 2012. Appointments will not be made for federal holidays. • Vehicles are not in operating condition and do not have keys. No mechanical work may be done on the sale lot. • Vehicles must be removed by a towing company or other appropriate transport. Vehicles may not be removed with ropes, chains, or tow bars. Transfer of Ownership: • Once payment is made, a SF-97 (Certificate to Obtain Title) will be typed and will be signed by an appropriate officer. This process may take a couple of days. • The completed SF-97 is used as a Bill of Sale to transfer ownership of the vehicle. SF-97 is not a Salvage Title.

Vehicles listed as a pre-1981 model year may not reflect actual model year. Model years for 1981 and later vehicles were verified using the VIN, if the VIN was available. SF-97 will not be issued if the vehicle’s VIN is missing or indecipherable. A Bill Of Sale will be issued instead. Awarded SF-97 will reflect original engine, not necessarily the currently installed engine, if any. Every effort was made to provide accurate vehicle information. Data was acquired from outside sources and has been prepared from information believed to be reliable, therefore, we cannot, and do not, guarantee that information provided to be accurate and/or correct. It is the sole responsibility of buyer to ascertain, confirm, research, and/or inspect vehicles and any and all vehicle information prior to bidding on vehicles. Vehicles are sold “AS-IS” and are not represented as being in a road worthy condition, mechanically sound, or maintained at any guaranteed level of quality. The vehicles may not be fit for use as a means of transportation and may require substantial repairs at the new owners expense. There is no guarantee that vehicles meet or can be modified to meet emission and/or safety requirements for any state or country. There is no guarantee that any vehicle sold can be legally registered in any state or country, and buyer accepts all risks associated with vehicle title and registration laws between states, provinces, and countries. Vehicle listing is subject to change without notice.

Additional Information and Questions: Contact the Auto Skills Center at (808) 422-2975 Or visit HUwww.greatlifehawaii.comU


JBPHH Morale Welfare And Recreation 08 December 2012 Abandoned Vehicle Sale Vehicle Listing Stall

VIN

001 2G2FS22S9S2215378

Year

Make

1995 Pontiac

Model

Body

Firebird

2DCP

Cyl

Stall

VIN

Year

Make

Model

Body

Cyl

6

046 WP0CA2988WU624709

1998 Porsche

Boxster

2DCV

6

2000 Infiniti

I30

4DSD

6

002 1FMEU15H4RLA53225

1994 Ford

Bronco

MPV

8

047 JNKCA31A0YT100868

003 1JCWB756XET080504

1984 American Motors

Wagoneer

MPV

4

048 WP0AA0944EN454379

1984 Porsche

944

2DCP

4

6

049 4A3CT64U4LE073980

1990 Mitsubishi

Eclipse

2DHB

4

4

050 WBABB230XLEC19727

1990 BMW

325iC

2DCV

6

1972 Volkswagen

Beetle

2D

4

004 1N6ED29X63C452010 005 3VWCA21C5YM455124

2003 Nissan 2000 Volkswagen

Frontier

PU

Beetle

2DCP

006 1G2WK52J61F199517

2001 Pontiac

Grand Prix

4DSD

6

051 1122240143

007 1J4GW48NX2C188395

2002 Jeep

Grand Cherokee

MPV

8

052 1FMEU15H5TLB26352

1996 Ford

Bronco

MPV

8

2002 Pontiac

Grand Prix

4DSD

6

008 1J4GW58N1XC767658

1999 Jeep

Grand Cherokee

MPV

8

053 1G2WK52J32F204416

009 1FTCR10U6RPA04280

1994 Ford

Ranger

PU

6

054 1FTNW20S11EB91840

2001 Ford

F250

PU

10

4

055 3N1CB51D01L446856

2001 Nissan

Sentra

4DSD

4

6

056 1P4GH44R3PX775655

1993 Plymouth

Grand Voyager

Van

6

2002 Dodge

Intrepid

4DSD

6

010 JN1AS44D8SW002004 011 2B4GK2532MR202399

1995 Nissan 1991 Dodge

240SX

2DCP

Caravan

Van

012 1G4AL51N4KG407151

1989 Buick

Century

4DSD

6

057 2B3HD46R82H187850

013 JHMBB61451C012120

2001 Honda

Prelude

2DCP

4

058 3C3EL55H4XT604340

1999 Chrysler

Sebring

2DCV

6

2004 Dodge

Neon

4DSD

4

014 015 SAJKY1540KC587662

Buggy 1989 Jaguar

XJ6

4DSD

4

059 1B3ES56C44D536738

6

060 3VWRA29M3YM108673

2000 Volkswagen

Jetta

4DSD

4

1993 Eagle

Summit

4DSW

4

016 1FMDU34XXRUC78209

1994 Ford

Explorer

MPV

6

061 JE3CB20C0PZ002022

017 1GTCW80H3DR501708

1983 GMC

Caballero

PU

8

062 1J4GZ78Y1SC738912

1995 Jeep

Grand Cherokee MPV

8

4

063 3FAFP11301R146846

2001 Ford

ZX2

2DCP

4

4

064 JT2SK12E1N0079129

1992 Toyota

Camry

4DSD

4

1994 Ford

Mustang

2DCP

8

018 4G1JF3249TB106144 019 1G8ZG5598RZ281443

1996 Chevrolet 1994 Saturn

Cavalier

2DCV

SL1

4DSD

020 3FAFP3139YR136404

2000 Ford

Focus

2DHB

4

065 1FALP42T6RF121400

021 1N4AL11DX2C170876

2002 Nissan

Altima

4DSD

4

066 YV1LS5504S2229151

1995 Volvo

850

4DSD

5

2004 Honda

Civic

2DCP

4

022 1JCCM85A5BT004188

1981 American Motors

CJ5

MPV

6

067 1HGEM22954L028691

023 2J4FY29S5NJ561352

1992 Jeep

Wrangler

MPV

6

068 1J4FY19PXPP226096

1993 Jeep

Wrangler

MPV

4

4

069 JT2BG12K4T0380949

1996 Toyota

Camry

4DSD

4

4

070 3G7DA03E94S593294

2004 Pontiac

Aztek

MPV

6

1999 Dodge

Ram 1500

PU

8 4

024 JHMBB61441C009421 025 JT2AW15C7G0057309

2001 Honda 1986 Toyota

Prelude

2DCP

MR2

2DCP

026 WAUGD28D9WA246812

1998 Audi

A4

4DSW

6

071 3B7HC12Y8XG164394

027 2C3HD46R01H658388

2001 Chrysler

Concorde

4DSD

6

072 3VWSC29M51M076732

2001 Volkswagen

Jetta

4DSD

6

073 SALNY22272A391601

2002 Land Rover

Frelander

MPV

6

2000 Mitsubishi

Eclipse

2DHB

6

028 4A3AE85HX1E062865

2001 Mitsubishi

Eclipse

2DCV

029 JN1AZ34D03T101098

2003 Nissan

350Z

2DCP

6

074 4A3AC84LXYE003322

030 2G1WW12EX39329590

2003 Chevrolet

Monte Carlo

2DCP

6

075 3FAKP1139XR133486

1999 Ford

Escort

2DSD

4

4

076 1X69D7L126736

1977 Chevrolet

Nova

4DSD

6

8

077 JT4VN62N9K0039112

1989 Toyota

4Runner

MPV

6

1990 Ford

Tempo

4DSD

4 4

031 JM1NA3515M1208655 032 1G6EL1330LU621652

1991 Mazda 1990 Cadillac

MX-5 Miata

2DCV

Eldorado

2DCP

033 2C3HD46R64H615324

2004 Chrysler

Concorde

4DSD

6

078 1FAPP36X2LK195484

034 WBABB1303H1929851

1987 BMW

325i

2DCV

6

079 1N6DD26S9XC314343

1999 Nissan

Frontier

PU

8

080 1FAHP34354W155110

2004 Ford

Focus

4DSD

4

1999 Cadillac

Escalade

MPV

8

035 SAJHX1242WC841539

1998 Jaguar

XJ8

4DSD

036 JT3VN29V9R0021691

1994 Toyota

4Runner

MPV

6

081 1GYEK13R4XR416147

037 3VWSA29M4XM059631

1999 Volkswagen

Jetta

4DSD

4

082 4S3BG6859T7386386

1996 Subaru

Legacy

4DSW

4

1964 Ford

Thunderbird

2D

8 4

038 JHLRD1870YS024045

2000 Honda

CR-V

MPV

4

083 4Y83Z123338

039 JN1HS36P3LW153477

1990 Nissan

240SX

2DHB

4

084 WAUAC28D1YA174726

2000 Audi

A4

4DSD

4

085 4T1SK11E3SU632842

1995 Toyota

Camry

4DSD

4

2002 Chrysler

Sebring

2DCV

6

040 JHLRD1868YC036848

2000 Honda

CR-V

MPV

041 1J4GX48J14C228702

2004 Jeep

Grand Cherokee

MPV

8

086 1C3EL65R22N319854

042 JN1HJ01P9MT503397

1991 Nissan

Maxima

4DSD

6

087 BH23G4B115511

1974 Plymouth

Barracuda

2D

8

4

126 J81RF2366P7522257

1993 Geo

Storm

2DCP

4

127 WBAHD2310LBF68202

1990 BMW

535i

4DSD

6

043 3FAFP31322R218577

2002 Ford

Focus

2DHB

044 1G2AS8717EL235100

1984 Pontiac

Firebird

2DCP

6

045 JHMCB7552NC056031

1992 Honda

Accord

4DSD

4

Vehicles listed as a pre-1981 model year may not reflect actual model year. Model years for 1981 and later vehicles were verified using the VIN, if the VIN was available. SF-97 will not be issued if the vehicle’s VIN is missing or indecipherable. A Bill Of Sale will be issued instead. Awarded SF-97 will reflect original engine, not necessarily the currently installed engine, if any. Every effort was made to provide accurate vehicle information. Data was acquired from outside sources and has been prepared from information believed to be reliable, therefore, we cannot, and do not, guarantee that information provided to be accurate and/or correct. It is the sole responsibility of buyer to ascertain, confirm, research, and/or inspect vehicles and any and all vehicle information prior to bidding on vehicles. Vehicles are sold “AS-IS” and are not represented as being in a road worthy condition, mechanically sound, or maintained at any guaranteed level of quality. The vehicles may not be fit for use as a means of transportation and may require substantial repairs at the new owners expense. There is no guarantee that vehicles meet or can be modified to meet emission and/or safety requirements for any state or country. There is no guarantee that any vehicle sold can be legally registered in any state or country, and buyer accepts all risks associated with vehicle title and registration laws between states, provinces, and countries. Vehicle listing is subject to change without notice.


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