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65th Engineer Battalion Weekly Binder 10 February 2012

65th EN BN Ball Tax Prep fo FREE Parent’s Night Out Community Calendar FMWR Calendar FMWR Directory 2012 US Army Garrison Hawaii Call for Nominations Wednesday Keiki Night at Kolekole Sunday Breakfast at Kolekole Texas Hold’ em at Tropics Leilehua Golf Course Magic Show @ Nehelani After school @ Yano Library Mongolian Beef @ Kolekole Adventure Surfing Valentine’s Diner @ Kolekole New Teen Program

Cosmic Bowling Wine Tasting @ Nehelani Fundraising Opportunity Hawaiian Luau @ Nehelani Blue Star Card special events

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.


Trailblazers

LTC Koprowski and CSM Constante request the pleasure of your company on

Friday, 24 February 2012 Cocktail hour to begin at 1800 at the

Ko Olina Resort JW Marriott’s Ocean Ballroom Join us for formal dinner followed by a night of dancing Price: E-1 to E-4: $55 E-5: $65 E-7 to O-3: $75 E-9, O-4 & above: $85

Military Attire: Army Service Uniform or White/Blue Mess with Bowtie

RSVP: By Friday, 10 February 2012 to kyle.m.suchomski.mil@mail.mil or (808) 655-6568

Civilian Attire: Tuxedo or Evening Gown / Cocktail Dress


FREE PREPARATION

FREE E-FILING

Schofield Barracks 07:00 – 16:00 Monday thru Friday (By Appointment Only) Building 648 (behind Commissary)

Fort Shafter 09:00 – 15:00 Tuesdays & Thursdays (By Appointment Only) Aloha Center

Free Tax Preparation & E-Filing for all Soldiers, Dependents, and Retirees

www.facebook.com (search Hawaii Army Tax Centers)


DIRECTIONS FROM SCHOFIELD BARRACKS PX ARMY TAX CENTER

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Parent’s Night Out is offered at AMR CDC & School Age Center (South) and at Schofield CDC & School Age Center (North)

South AMR CDC (Bldg. 1783) AMR SAC (Bldg. 1782)

North SB CDC (Bldg. 9098) SB SAC (Bldg. 1280)

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PARENT’S NIGHT OUT

Child , Youth & School Services (CYSS) continues to offer a Parent’s Night Out to families in our military community. Reservations will be accepted on a first come first serve basis at the Parent Central Services Office (PSC). To enroll in Parent’s Night Out, children must be registered with CYSS no later than Wednesday at noon prior to the event. Reservations may be taken as early as the Monday after the previous event.

*FEES ARE NON-REFUNDABLE* E-5 and below - $20 for one child $5 each additional child

E-6 and above - $25 for one child $5 each additional child

Children should have their dinner prior to arriving. No outside food is allowed. A snack will be served. Children ages 6 weeks through 5th grade are welcome. CYSS registration is required, and all children must have a current negative TB Tine (12 months and older) and up-to-date shot records at the time of reservation. Spaces are limited, so come by the CYSS, PSC Office no later than noon on the Wednesday prior to the Parent’s Night Out. All children must wear closed toe and back shoes (no sling backs). Please bring your own blankets as it gets cold in the center.

HOURS: 1800-2300 To register, please call one of the CYSS, Parent Central Service Office listed below. Schofield Barracks CYSS Parent Central Services Office #655-5314

Aliamanu Military Reservation CYSS Parent Central Services Office #833-5393


Community Calendar February 10, 2012 Send announcements a week prior to publication to community@hawaiiarmyweekly.com. Today USO Concert — Actor Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band perform at 7 p.m., Feb. 10, at the Freedom Tower, Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, and at 7 p.m., Feb. 11, at Dewey Square, Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay. This trip marks the band’s fifth USO tour to Hawaii, having visited and entertained more than 3,900 military families in February 2011. 18 / Saturday Air Soft Warriors — This group is hosting an air soft tournament, 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Feb. 18-19, at the Military Operations on Urban Terrain area at Schofield Barracks. Air soft enthusiasts are encouraged to bring their own air soft weapons and safety equipment. However, a vendor on scene will have pellets and other equipment available. Registration costs $25; all funds raised will go to the Wounded Warrior Project. Visit www.airsoftwarriors.org. 24 / Friday Scholarships for Military Children — Applications for the 2012 Scholarships for Military Children program are available through Feb. 24 at commissaries and at www.militaryscholar.org. The program awards at least one $1,500 scholarship to a student at each commissary. 29 / Wednesday USAG-HI Facebook Town Hall — Do you have ideas about how to make the U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii community better? Do you have questions about USAG-HI services, facilities or support? If so, get ready for the next online Facebook Town Hall, hosted by Col. Douglas Mulbury, commander, USAG-HI, 6-7:30 p.m., Feb. 29, at www.facebook.com/usaghawaii under the “Events” tab. Soldiers, family members, retirees and civilians can ask questions, address concerns and get responses. If your question does not pertain to the public at large, use the Interactive Customer Evaluation System, or ICE, at http://ice.disa.mil, or email AskTheCommander.usaghi@us.army.mil, to get support. Call Lacey Justinger, digital media specialist, USAG-HI Public Affairs, at 656-3153, or email lacey.a.justinger.civ@mail.mil. Ongoing Food for Families — The Armed Services YMCA at WAAF has an emergency food locker that assists military families who are experiencing financial difficulty with a supply of canned goods, frozen food, dry goods and personal care items. Call 624-5645. Parent Participation Preschool — This program is for children ages 3-4, and it helps preschool children make a smooth transition into the structure of kindergarten. Preschool days are 12-2 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays, Wheeler Armed Services YMCA, WAAF. Cost is $40 per month. Call 624-5645 to register. RAP Meeting — Get involved in your community by attending your community’s Resident Advisory Panel. IPC residents can develop and strengthen their relationships with property management and fellow residents through the RAP. Contact your community manager for details and volunteer opportunities. Visit www.IslandPalmCommunities.com.


Making the Grade — Students can cash in on the Exchange’s “You Made the Grade” program that recognizes above-average academic achievement. Qualifying students will receive a coupon booklet that includes free admission to an Exchange Reel Time Theater as well as other coupons. Students must present a valid military ID and proof of an overall “B” or better average to their local Exchange. Veterinary Treatment Facility — The Schofield Barracks Veterinary Treatment Facility sees patients five days a week, with extended hours every third Wednesday of the month until 7 p.m. Book an appointment for the new Wellness Package for affordable preventative care or to obtain a mandatory airline health certificate within 10 days of travel out of Oahu. Call 655-5893 or 655-5889. Recycling Bin — Fort Shafter Elementary invites the community to use its recycling bin in front of the school, as all monetary proceeds will benefit the school. The following items will be accepted loosely, not in plastic bags: aluminum cans (rinsed), glass bottles and jars (rinsed, lids removed) and plastic containers (rinsed, lids removed). Bag/box the following items before depositing: newspapers (magazines and glossy inserts removed), corrugated cardboard (flattened), and white and colored bond paper.


FMWR Calendar February 10, 2012 Today Chant Workshop — Sign up now for the interactive workshop on Hawaiian chanting, 5:30-7 p.m., March 21, Sgt. Yano Library, Schofield Barracks. Workshop participants will be introduced to various styles of Hawaiian chanting and voice techniques. To register, call the Native Hawaiian Liaison Office, USAG-HI, at 655-9694 or email nhliaison@gmail.com. Friday Night Entertainment — Enjoy new acts Friday nights at KoleKole Bar and Grill, Schofield Barracks, Enjoy pau hana specials before the show. Call 655-4466. The schedule follows:    

First Friday is Comedy Night, for mature audiences only. Second Friday is live bands. Third Friday is Colby Benson Band. Fourth Friday is Taking Care of Business Band.

11 / Saturday Read to the Dogs — Keiki who can read on their own can sign up for a 15-minute session to read to a dog, Feb. 11, Sgt. Yano Library. To register, call 655-8002. 12 / Sunday Adventure Surfing — Surf with Outdoor Recreation, 6:30–11:30 a.m., Feb. 12. Cost is $48. Call 655-0143. 13 / Monday Free Hula Classes — The Native Hawaiian Liaison Office, USAG-HI, welcomes all Soldiers and families to participate in free hula classes. Beginner classes are 5-6 p.m.; advanced classes are 6-7 p.m. Call 655-9694 or email nhliaison@gmail.com. Classes are held the following days and locations:  

Mondays, Kalakaua Community Center, Schofield Barracks. Tuesdays, AMR Community Center.

Bowl Your Brains Out — Enjoy unlimited bowling for $10 per person every Monday and Tuesday from 1-4 p.m. in February at the Fort Shafter Bowling Center, if lanes are available. This offer doesn’t apply to group or party reservations. Call 438-6733. 14 / Tuesday Valentine’s Dinner — Enjoy prix fixe menus, Feb. 14, at the Hale Ikena at Fort Shafter or the Nehelani at Schofield Barracks. Reservations are required. Call 438-1974 for the Hale Ikena or 655-0660 for the Nehelani. 15 / Wednesday One Buck Bowl Wednesdays — Bowl for $1 every Wednesday, 1-4 pm., Feb. 15, at the Fort Shafter Bowling Center. Shoe rental isn’t included. Call 438-6733.


16 / Thursday Teen Craft Circle — Learn how to crochet, make collages or sew, 4-5 p.m., Feb. 16, Sgt. Yano Library, Schofield Barracks. The session topics are open to the group. Call 655-8002 to register. Keiki Craft Night — Keiki can enjoy craft night, 5 p.m., Feb. 16, Hale Ikena, Fort Shafter. Enjoy making a different craft with your kids every month while dining at the Hale Ikena. Call 438-1974. 19 / Sunday Parking Lot Closure — The Martinez Physical Fitness Center parking lot at Schofield Barracks will be resurfaced in two phases:  

Through Feb. 19, Phase 1, the Kolekole area (parking lot in front of Martinez entrance). Feb. 20-March 4, the tennis court area will be closed.

Parking will be limited. Call 655-8006. 21 / Tuesday FRG Fundraising — Family readiness groups can learn about fundraising opportunities, 10 a.m., Feb. 21, at the Schofield Barracks Arts and Crafts building. FRGs will be able to run a game or food booth at the USAG-HI Fun Fest and Earth Day Festival, April 7. Call 655-0115. Ongoing Pay Nine, Play 18 — For the month of February, pay for nine holes and play 18 at Nagorski Golf Course, Fort Shafter. This offer is valid Monday-Friday, except holidays, and applies to green fees only. The course is open to the public with proper visitor pass information. Call 438-9587. Kids $1.99 Meal — Every Wednesday night, children under 10 can eat for $1.99 at the Kolekole Bar and Grill at Schofield Barracks or Mulligan’s Bar and Grill at Hale Ikena. Cosmic Bowling — Cosmic Bowling starts at 3 p.m. on Saturdays and 1-5 p.m. on Sundays at Fort Shafter Bowling Center. Cosmic Bowling at Schofield Bowling Center starts at 10 p.m. on Fridays, 8 p.m. on Saturdays and 6 p.m. on Sundays. Call 438-6733 for Fort Shafter or 655-0573 for Schofield.


TelephoneDirectory ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS)

DINING & ENTERTAINMENT

Fort Shafter ................................................. 438-1152

Real - life Solutions for Successful Army Living ACS, Schofield Barracks, Bldg 2091 .......... 655-4ACS/4227

Casual to fine dining; brunch, lunch or dinner; entertainment and catering.

Helemano .....................................................653-0719

Fort Shafter , BOdg ................................... 438-9285

Fort Shafter

Victim Advocate ....................................624-SAFE/7233

Hale Ikena .................................................... 438-1974

Military Family Life Consultant................... 222-7088

Catering.........................................................438-6712

All classes are available at no charge. For a class schedule and to register for classes visit www.trumba.com/calendars/army_ community_service_calendar or call ACS

Schofield Barracks

Blue Star Card Program 655-0002/655-0112 BOWLING* Fort Shafter Bowling Center, Strike Zone.438-6733

Pililaau Army Recreation Center

Schofield Barracks Bowling Center .............. 655-0573

Fort Shafter

The Nehelani...........................655-0660/655-4466 Kolekole Bar & Grill ................655-0660/655-4466 Sunset CafĂŠ..................................................696-6026 Reservations ................................................696-4158

GOLF***

Wheeler Bowling Center ................................. 656-1745

Walter J. Nagorski Golf Course..................438-9587

CHILD & YOUTH SCHOOL SERVICES*

Mulligans ......................................................438-6715

Child Development Centers

Schofield Barracks

Aliamanu...................................................... 833-5570

Leilehua Golf Course ................................. 655-4653

Fort Shafter ................................................. 438-1151

Leilehua Grill ................................................655-1711

Schofield Barracks ..................................... 655-7106

LIBRARIES*

Petersen....................................................... 655-5293

Aliamanu Library ........................................ 833-4851

Helemano .................................................... 653-0724

Fort Shafter Library .................................... 438-9521

CYS Services Outreach

SGT Yano Library, Schofield Bks .............. 655-8002

Parent Central Services

RECREATION

Aliamanu ..................................................... 833-5393

Arts & Crafts*

Schofield Barracks ................ 655-5314/655-8380

Fort Shafter ................................................. 438-1315

Kids on Site .......................................................655-8628

Schofield Barracks ..................................... 655-4202

Family Child Care

Auto Skills

Aliamanu...................................................... 837-0236

Fort Shafter ................................................. 438-9402

Schofield Barracks ..................................... 655-8373

Schofield Barracks ..................................... 655-9368

Center-based, in-house, cooperative,full-time and part-time child care. Jobs and training provided for center and home caregivers. Middle School & Teen Programs (MS&T) Aliamanu...................................................... 833-0920 Schofield Barracks ..................................... 655-0451 Fort Shafter ................................................. 438-1487 Helemano Military ...................................... 653-0717

YOUTH SPORTS SB Sports..................................................... 655-6465 AMR/FS Sports .......................................... 836-1923 SKIES / School Liaison Office / YESS Schofield Barracks ..................................... 655-9818 Youth School Age Services Schofield Barracks ..................................... 655-6461 Aliamanu...................................................... 833-4932 Helemano .................................................... 653-0717 Fort Shafter ................................................ 438-6470 Work Force Prep .............................................. 655-0451

B.O.S.S. ............................................................. 655-1130 FMWR Kennel .................................................. 368-3456 Information, Ticketing & Registration* Fort Shafter ................................................. 438-1985 Schofield Barracks ......................................655-9971 Special Events/Recreation Activities ...........................................................655-0111/0113 Tropics Recreation Center .............................. 655-5698

LODGING Tripler Lodging.................................................. 839-2336 Ft. Shafter DVQ .................................................438-1685 Kilauea Military Camp* Reservations Oahu..............................................................438-6707 Hawaii............................................... 1-808-967-8333 Pililaau Army Recreation Center* ................. 696-6783 Reservations ............................................... 696-4158

SPORTS AND FITNESS Physical Fitness Centers Aliamanu...................................................... 836-0338

Schofield Barracks Health & Fitness Center..............................................655-8007 Martinez Physical Fitness Center............. 655-0900 Tripler Physical Fitness Center.................. 433-6443

SPORTS USAG-HI Sports Office......................................655-9914 Outdoor Recreation Schofield Barracks Equipment Checkout*................................655-0143 Paintball ....................................................... 343-3929 Ocean Concepts ......................................... 853-4673 Swimming Pools Aliamanu Pool ............................................. 833-0255 Richardson Pool, Schofield Bks ............... 655-9698 Helemano Pool ............................................653-0716 Tripler AMC Pool...........................................433-5257 Tennis Center* Schofield .......................................................479-6727

SUBSTANCE ABUSE Army Substance Abuse Program .................. 655-9113 Adolescence Substance Abuse Counseling ...................................................................... 655-9944

THEATRE Theatre productions, workshops in theatre arts and costume rentals. Army Community Theatre*** Fort Shafter, Richardson Theater............. 438-4480

VETERNARY CLINICS Services are open to active duty personnel and military retirees. Please call for an appointment. Fort Shafter ..................................................433-2271 Schofield Barracks ................655-5889/ 655-5883

VOLUNTEERS Volunteer Coordinator................................ 655-2400

OUR PARTNERS AAFES AMR Shoppette/Gas Station ..........................833-6997 Fort Shafter PX..................................................843-1969 Schofield PX ......................................................622-1773 Class 6 ............................................................... 624-2171 Paradise Shoppette (24hr) .............................624-9825 Gas Station (Foote Gate) .................................624-5150 Military Clothing Sales ....................................624-0701 Food Court*** .................................................237-4502 DeCA Commissary ..................................................... 655-5066 *Also open to Department of the Army Civilian Employees ** Also open to DA and Federal Employees ***Also open to the General Public


Installation Volunteer of the Year 2012 US Army Garrison, Hawaii (USAG-HI) Call for Nominations!

Each year, USAG-HI takes the opportunity to recognize and appreciate all of its volunteers. On 19 Apr 12, 18302000 at the Nehelani on Schofield Barracks, under the theme Volunteers‌.The Force Behind the Force, USAGHI will host the 2012 Installation Volunteer Recognition Ceremony. While all volunteers are invited to attend the event, the community is invited to nominate volunteers to be recognized at the ceremony. Volunteers can be nominated in the following categories: Soldier, Spouse, Family, Civilian, Youth, Retiree and Volunteer Ambassador of the Year. Each person, unit, community, or volunteer agency can nominate one volunteer category: Family, Youth/Young Adult, Soldier, Spouse, Civilian, Retiree, and Volunteer Ambassador. There is no minimum hours requirement. Volunteer service must support the Army Community and have made a significant impact on organization, project or community where service was performed, except in the Volunteer Ambassador category. All nominees must be registered in Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS), www.myarmyonesource.com AND have submitted service hours for the calendar year of 2011. Nomination packets are available on-line at www.himwr.com. Nomination packets must be completely filled out, and digitally sent to Amanda Koren at amanda.k.koren.civ@mail.mil, submitted through www.himwr.com/ACS or hand carried to the Schofield Barracks Army Community Service no later than 1630, 9 March 12. Each nomination packet must include picture(s) of the nominee in action. Nominations not meeting requirements will be rejected.

Volunteers can be nominated in the following categories: a. Soldier. The Soldier Volunteer of the Year category is to recognize US Army Soldiers who have provided outstanding volunteer service to the Hawaii Army Community. Volunteer service must have occurred on an Army Installation or military community. Nominees in this category must be an Active Duty (Active, Reserve or National Guard) ID Card holder. b. Spouse. The Spouse Volunteer of the Year category is to recognize Army Spouses who have provided outstanding volunteer service to the Hawaii Army Community. Volunteer service must have occurred on an Army Installation or military community. Nominees in this category must be a Dependent ID Card holder. c. Family. The Family Volunteer of the Year is to recognize Army Families who have provided outstanding volunteer service to the Hawaii Army Community. Individual members of the nominated Family cannot be nominated in a different category. Nominees must be Army ID Card holders. d. Civilian. The Civilian Volunteer of the Year category is to recognize any age Civilian who has provided outstanding volunteer service to the Hawaii Army Community. Volunteer service must have occurred on an Army Installation or military community and cannot fall within the normal duty day. Nominees in this category cannot be an Active Duty or Dependent ID Card holder.


e. Youth/Young Adult. The Youth/Young Adult Volunteer of the Year is to recognize Army Youth/Young Adults ages 11 to 23 and unmarried who provide outstanding volunteer service to the Hawaii Army Community. Volunteer service must have occurred on an Army Installation or military community. Nominees in this category must be an Army Dependent ID Card holder.

f. Retiree. The Retiree Volunteer of the Year category is to recognize Retirees who have provided outstanding volunteer service to the Hawaii Army Community. Volunteer service must have occurred on an Army Installation or military community. Nominees in this category must be a Retiree or Retiree Dependent ID Card holder.

g. Purple. The Purple volunteer of the Year category is to recognize sister service members or dependents (US Air Force, US Marines, US Navy or Coast Guard). Volunteer service must provide outstanding volunteer service to the Hawaii Army Community. Volunteer service must have occurred on an Army Installation or Military Community. Nominees is this category must be an Active Duty or Dependent ID Card holder of a sister service.

g. Volunteer Ambassador. The Volunteer Ambassador category is to recognize Army volunteers who have provided outstanding volunteer service to Hawaii Civilian community thereby extending the Partnership of Ohana. Nominees in this category must be an Army Active Duty or Dependent ID Card holder.

The AVCC will select members from the community to makeup the 2012 USAG-HI Volunteer of the Year Selection Committee. The selection committee will meet on 19 March 2011 to review and score each nomination packet, which will determine the Volunteer of the Year Awardees to be announced at the ceremony. Nominators will not be informed if their volunteer has been selected; all awardees will be revealed at the Installation Volunteer Recognition Ceremony. Point of contact for the Installation Volunteer of the Year Award is Amanda Koren, Supervisor, Army Volunteer Corps Coordination, at 655-0620 or amanda.k.koren.civ@mail.mil.


Lauressa M. Reese/IMPC-HAW-MWN/(808) 655-0113/lauressa.m.reese.naf@mail.mil

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Please call 655-4466 for more information.

Lauressa M. Reese/IMPC-HAW-MWN/(808) 655-0113/lauressa.m.reese.naf@mail.mil

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Every Thursday Games start at 6 PM Free – No buy in! For more information Call 655-5698

Open to all ID cardholders 18 & older “All Abilities” Lauressa M. Reese/IMPC-HAW-MWN/(808) 655-0113/lauressa.m.reese.naf@mail.mil

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We’re almost there! Leilehua Golf Course is more than halfway through its renovations The front 9 holes are available for play! Check out Leilehua Grill with delicious new food specials!

For more info: (808) 655-4653

Lauressa M. Reese/IMPC-HAW-MWN/(808) 655-0113/lauressa.m.reese.naf@mail.mil

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Evert 1st Tuesday Starting

FEBRUARY 7 Dinner starts at 5:30 PM *Includes buffet dinner

$20 - for ages 11+ $12 - for ages 4-10 Free - Ages 3 and under

Please call 655-4466 for more info

Lauressa M. Reese/IMPC-HAW-MWN/(808) 655-0113/lauressa.m.reese.naf@mail.mil

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Afterschool @ SGT Yano Library

Who: Elementary Age Children Call 655-8002 for more info!

What: Create a Valentine Project When: February 8, 3 – 3:45 PM

Where: SGT Yano Library Lauressa M. Reese/IMPC-HAW-MWN/(808) 655-0113/lauressa.m.reese.naf@mail.mil

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Valentine’s Dinner

February 14, 5 PM – 8 PM

at Kolekole Bar & Grill

Special Prix Fixe menu for $24.95/person…

Let this be your designated date night…

Reservations are required - 655-4466 or 655-0660…

Lauressa M. Reese/IMPC-HAW-MWN/(808) 655-0113/lauressa.m.reese.naf@mail.mil

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February 16

Learn to crochet, make a collage, sew or create a felt creature!

SGT Yano Library

655-8002 for more info!

Lauressa M. Reese/IMPC-HAW-MWN/(808) 655-0113/lauressa.m.reese.naf@mail.mil

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presents‌ Schofield Bowling Center 655-0573 Fort Shafter Bowling Center 438-6733 Wheeler Bowling Center 656-1745

Cosmic Bowling Fun & great for birthday parties! **Call your favorite center for specific cosmic bowling hours!

Lauressa M. Reese/IMPC-HAW-MWN/(808) 655-0113/lauressa.m.reese.naf@mail.mil

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Wine Tasting at the Nehelani Showroom “wine” down with an evening of music and light appetizers. Every Third Thursday beginning

February 16 $18.00 per person. Open to ages 21+ Large groups welcome. Blue Star Card discount applicable. Doors open at 6:00 PM

Call 655-4466/ 0660 for more information Lauressa M. Reese/IMPC-HAW-MWN/(808) 655-0113/lauressa.m.reese.naf@mail.mil

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FRG FUNDRAISING OPPORTUNITY 18TH ANNUAL FUN FEST MEETING FEBRUARY 21 SCHOFIELD BARRACKS ARTS & CRAFTS CENTER 10 AM POC: AUBREY KIEMNEC 655-0115

Lauressa M. Reese/IMPC-HAW-MWN/(808) 655-0113/lauressa.m.reese.naf@mail.mil

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Every last Thursday of the month starting February 23

Dinner starts at 5:30 PM $30 – Ages 11 and older $15 – Ages 4-10 Free – Ages under 3 *Preferred seating for Blue Star Card Members (must call in advance) Please call 655-0660 or 655-4466 for more information Lauressa M. Reese/IMPC-HAW-MWN/(808) 655-0113/lauressa.m.reese.naf@mail.mil

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Blue Star Card Special Events & Activities for Families of Deployed Soldiers

February 14 – BSC Bake Off & Coupon Exchange: Kalakaua Community Center February 22 – Eddie’s Birthday Party: SGT Yano Library February 28 – Big R: Scavenger Hunt Schofield Exchange (PX)

Top Left: Eddie @ Redeployment Ceremony Top Right: Child @ Create-a-Card Bottom: BSC holders enjoying Walk the luau at Hale Koa Hotel

Lauressa M. Reese/IMPC-HAW-MWN/(808) 655-0113/lauressa.m.reese.naf@mail.mil

Stay current with upcoming Blue Star Card special events by visiting our website: www.bluestarcardhawaii.com, or find us on Facebook! For Blue Star Card Program questions or comments, please call 655-0002 or email Amanda.P.Montgomery@us.army.mil

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