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65th EN BN OCT 19, 2012 WEEKLY RESOURCES

ACAP ANNOUNCEMENT HAWAII RACE FOR THE CURE MWR BOWLING STORY TIME DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS VIGIL 18th ANNUAL MEN’S MARCH ALOUN FARMS PUMPKIN FESTIVAL MWR TELEPHONE DIRECTORY

ACS DIRECTORY KOLEKOLE BAR & GRILL LEARN TO MANAGE YOUR FRUSTRATION TEEN AFAP 65th EN BN TRUNK OR TREAT GOT ORBS HAUNTED LAGOON TERROR AT THE TOWER

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.


Army ‘VOWs’ to ensure success for transition October 15, 2012 Vickey Mouze U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii Public Affairs

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SCHOFIELD BARRACKS — Starting Nov. 21, all Soldiers will get the tools and support necessary to make a smooth transition into civilian life. Known as the Veterans Opportunity to Work, or VOW, to Hire Heroes Act, these tools and support are a mandatory pre-separation counseling, a Department of Veterans Affairs benefits briefing and a Department of Labor employment workshop. VOW falls under the Army Career and Alumni Program, or ACAP, which became a commander’s program under Department of the Army Executive Order 054-12, signed in December 2011. To comply with this order, commanders must now ensure their Soldiers, both active duty and reserve component, start transitioning no later than 12 months from their scheduled departure from the Army. Soldiers will then continue their participation in ACAP until they are discharged. Commanders, sergeants major and first sergeants learned more about VOW and ACAP at an informational meeting, here, Friday. The seminar, sponsored by Army Transition Services, ACAP, Directorate of Human Resources, U.S. Army GarrisonHawaii, focused on information provided by representatives from ACAP, the state unemployment office, the Department of Veterans Affairs and other agencies. Command teams learned the following: •Commanders will actively ensure their Soldiers, both active and reserve component, will start transition no later than 12 months from their scheduled departure from the Army. Soldiers will continue their participation in ACAP until they’re discharged. •ACAP encourages Soldiers to have a final resume and at least one of the following transition products upon separation: a letter of acceptance from a college or university, a job offer or a list of job openings that the Soldier can qualify for. •Commanders will now be required to ensure their Soldiers are counseled on lifelong learning and on developing goals, so Soldiers can create an Individual Development Plan, or IDP, during the Soldier’s first duty assignment and continuing until separation. “Counseling starts from day one,” said Lt. Col. Dianna Terpin, commander, 715th Military Intelligence Battalion, 500th MI Brigade, who was attending the conference. “Even when the Soldier decides he or she is going to leave the military, that all goes into their counseling, so we understand that Soldier’s goals.


“Commanders are going to be responsible to ensure that their Soldiers get their time to go to the workshops,” Terpin continued. “If you start out far enough in advance, you should be able to get them in on time.” Terpin said ACAP has to be a priority. “You can’t let a Soldier be so mission-critical that they can’t take care of these things because they’ll get to the point that when they’re getting out, they haven’t met those goals. They don’t have a resume, they don’t know what to do, so now they’re in a situation where they can’t get a job because they didn’t write a resume,” she explained. Terpin said she notices a difference between resumes of Soldiers who have attended ACAP and Soldiers who haven’t. ACAP resumes are well written and focused. “If a resume doesn’t say the right things, Soldiers won’t even get their foot in the door,” Terpin said. Just as commanders have responsibilities to ACAP, so do Soldiers. Since ACAP is a commander’s program, transitioning Soldiers should immediately inform their chain of command. Then, Soldiers can immediately go to www.acap.army.mil to find ACAP information, how to contact ACAP counselors anytime and anywhere, and begin the transition process by initiating their pre-separation counseling. If Soldiers’ leadership doesn’t provide the time to begin the transition process, Soldiers should address the issue by exercising their chain of command’s open door policy. Hours of Operation The Schofield Barracks ACAP is located in the Soldier Support Center, Bldg. 750, Room 134. Hours of operation follow: •7:30 a.m.-4 p.m., Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays. •10 a.m.-4 p.m., Thursdays. Call (808) 655-1028 or visit www.garrison.hawaii.army.mil/acap or www.facebook.com/SchofieldBarracksACAP. Transition Resources for Soldiers Learn more about ACAP and its services: •Call (808) 655-1028, ext. 5; •Fax (808) 655-1903; •Visit the ACAP office in Bldg. 750, Room 134, Soldier Support Center, Schofield Barracks; •Email acap.schofield@serco-na.com; or •Visit www.acap.army.mil. Online Services •Soldiers can now use an online service to complete their mandatory pre-separation briefing on the ACAP homepage; visit www.acap.army.mil. •Soldiers can receive receive one-on-one counseling by calling ACAP’s 24/7 call center service at (800) 325-4715 or by emailing acap.callcenter@serco-na.com. Additional Resources •Employer Partnership of the Armed Forces, www.employerpartnership.org. •Hero 2 Hired Employment Application Tool, www.H2H.jobs. Veterans and Unemployment The top five occupations of enlisted Soldiers applying for unemployment compensation follow: •11B, Infantryman. •88M, Motor Transport Operator. •68W, Healthcare Specialist (Combat Medic). •31B, Military Police. •42A, Human Resources Speciali


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Eighteenth Annual Komen Hawai‘i Race for the Cure

Sunday, October 21, 2012 • 7:00 a.m. Kapi‘olani Park • Honolulu 5K RUN/WALK • 1 MILE FAMILY WALK

Beginning June 1, register online at www.KomenHawaii.org


Plan a party at one of MWR Bowling Centers Schofield Fort Shafter Wheeler Barracks 438-6733 656-1745 655-0573

Wheeler Bowling Center Friday Night Fever 5:00-10:00 pm $5.00 Cosmic Bowling Special. Three games and One Shoe rental! Teen Wednesdays from 2:00-4:00pm Teens(ages 13-19) cosmic bowl for only $2.00! Free shoes with a two game minimum! Call 656-1745 for more info

Ft. Shafter Bowling Center Cosmic Bowling with DJ Bennie James Every 3rd Saturday 8:00 pm - Midnight


Domestic Violence Awareness Month Information Session and Vigil Preventing abuse is the responsibility of a community. Help create a world without violence by learning more. The U.S Advisory Board on Child Abuse suggests that DV may be the single major precursor to child abuse and neglect fatalities in this country.

fear abuse

secrecy

Withholding love

hopeless neglect

resentment shame

constant criticism

“What’s in Your Family Tree” Soldier’s Chapel October 23, 2012 1730-1900

Call 808-655-4ACS to reserve your spot and for more info


Aloun Farms Pumpkin Festival Public Picking 2012

GOT PUMPKINS?

Aloun Farms is proud to present an Ewa Picking Good Time @ The 12th Annual Great Kapolei Pumpkin Picking Patch! Tractor pulled hayrides, pony rides, farm style food, picture booths, games and fun for everyone. Aloun Farms located at: 91-1440 Farrington Highway, Kapolei, HI 96707.

Pumpkin Patch 2012 opens to the public on Saturday & Sunday, October 13, 14, 20, 21, 27 and 28th 2012 from 8:30 am to 5pm.

Admission is $1 (2 & under free). Parking is free, and pumpkins will be priced according to individual size. Cash only. No Checks or Credit cards. FARM ACTIVITIES FOR THE FAMILY: SELF PICK EWA SWEET CORN


ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS) Real - life Solutions for Successful Army Living ACS, Schofield Barracks, Bldg 2091 ..............................................655-4ACS/4227

Schofield Barracks................................. 655-0451

Fort Shafter, Bdg 330.......................438-9285

YOUTH SPORTS SB Sports.............................................. 655-6465

Victim Advocate......................624-SAFE/7233 Military + Family Life Consultant ........................................................222-7088

TelephoneDirectory

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

Fort Shafter........................................... 438-1487 Helemano Military................................ 653-0717

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

Blue Star Card Program ...................................... 655-0002/655-0112

Helemano............................................. 653-0717

CYS Services Outreach Parent Central Services Aliamanu ........................................833-5393

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

Fort Shafter .......................................... 438-6470 BOWLING Work Force Prep................................... 655-0451 Fort Shafter Bowling Center, Strike Zone DINING & ENTERTAINMENT 438-6733 Casual to fine dining; brunch, lunch or dinner; Schofield Barracks Bowling Center entertainment and catering. ........................................................655-0573 Fort Shafter Wheeler Bowling Center..................656-1745 Hale Ikena............................................. 438-1974 CHILD & YOUTH SCHOOL SERVICES* Catering................................................ 438-6712 Child Development Centers Aliamanu.........................................833-5570 Schofield Barracks The Nehelani........................655-0660/655-4466 Fort Shafter......................................438-1151 Kolekole Bar & Grill..............655-0660/655-4466 Schofield Barracks............................655-7106 GOLF*** Petersen...........................................655-5293 Fort Shafter Helemano........................................653-0724 Walter J. Nagorski Golf Course............. 438-9587

Schofield Barracks ......... 655-5314/655-8380 Kids on Site......................................655-8628 Family Child Care Aliamanu.........................................837-0236 Schofield Barracks............................655-8373 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 Leilehua Golf Course............................ 655-4653 Leilehua Grill......................................... 655-1711 LIBRARIES* Aliamanu Library................................... 833-4851 Fort Shafter Library................................ 438-9521 SGT Yano Library, Schofield Bks............ 655-8002 RECREATION Arts & Crafts* Schofield Barracks................................. 655-4202 Auto Skills Fort Shafter........................................... 438-9402


Aliamanu............................................ 836-0338 Class 6................................................ 624-2171 Fort Shafter......................................... 438-1152 Paradise Shoppette (24hr).................. 624-9825 Helemano........................................... 653-0719 Gas Station (Foote Gate).................... 624-5150 Schofield Barracks Health & Fitness Center Military Clothing Sales ....................... 624-0701 ........................................................... 655-8007 Food Court***................................... 237-4502 Martinez Physical Fitness Center DeCA ........................................................... 655-0900 Commissary........................................ 655-5066 Tripler Physical Fitness Center............. 433-6443 LODGING Tripler Lodging.................................... 839-2336 SPORTS Ft. Shafter DVQ................................... 438-1685 USAG-HI Sports Office........................ 655-9914 Kilauea Military Camp* Outdoor Recreation Reservations Schofield Barracks Equipment Checkout*........................ 655-0143 Oahu................................................... 438-6707 Hawaii...................................... 1-808-967-8333 Paintball.............................................. 343-3929 Pililaau Army Recreation Center*....... 696-6783 Swimming Pools Aliamanu Pool.................................... 833-0255 Reservations........................................ 696-4158 Richardson Pool, Schofield Bks........... 655-9698 Hale Koa Hotel.................................... 955-0555 Helemano Pool................................... 653-0716 Tripler AMC Pool................................. 433-5257 Tennis Center*

*Also open to Department of the Army Civilian Employees

Schofield............................................. 479-6727

** Also open to DA and Federal Employees

SUBSTANCE ABUSE Army Substance Abuse Program........ 655-9113

***Also open to the General Public

Adolescence Substance Abuse Counseling ........................................................... 655-9944

TelephoneDirectory

Schofield Barracks............................... 655-9368 VETERNARY CLINICS Services are open to active duty personnel and B.O.S.S................................................. 655-1130 military retirees. Please call for an appointment. MWR Kennel....................................... 368-3456 Fort Shafter......................................... 433-2271 Leisure Travel Services* Schofield Barracks............ 655-5889/ 655-5883 Fort Shafter......................................... 438-1985 VOLUNTEERS Schofield Barracks............................... 655-9971 Volunteer Coordinator........................ 655-2400 Special Events/Recreation Activities ..................................................655-0111/0113 OUR PARTNERS AAFES Tropics Recreation Center AMR Shoppette/Gas Station............... 833-6997 ........................................................... 655-5698 Fort Shafter PX.................................... 843-1969 SPORTS AND FITNESS Schofield PX........................................ 622-1773 Physical Fitness Centers


SB = Schofield Barracks

I Need Assistance With…

Updated: 14 Jul 2011

FS = Ft. Shafter AMR = Aliamanu Military Reservation HMR = Helemano Military Reservation

ArmyCommunity Community Service Army Service

Schofield Barracks Toll Free Free 1-877-406-2148 Schofield Barracks655-4227 655-4227 // Toll 1-877-406-2148/ SoldierCtr. & Family Assistance Center 655-7171 Fort Shafter Outreach 438-9285 / Survivor Outreach Services 438-9285 Soldier & Family Assistance Center 655-7171

MWR Website www.mwrarmyhawaii.com

25th ID Website www.25idl.army.mil

TAMC = Tripler Army Medical Center

Military & Family Life Consultants 222-7088 Store Front HMR 366-7482 / AMR 366-9121 / TAMC 222-1089 Child Specialist SB 351-4571/221-3910 / 228-9160 / FS 220-7323 / AMR 366-4694

USARPAC Soldier & Family Well-Being Program www.usarpac.army.mil/soldierfamilywellbeing/reintegration/reintegration.htm

WAAF = Wheeler Army Air Field

Military OneSource 1-800-342-9647 www.militaryonesource.com

EMERGENCY

Parenting / Child Care

Health Care

Financial

Housing / Relocation

Directory Assistance 449-7110 Military Operator 449-1110

ACS New Parent Support Program ACS Parenting Skills Classes Family Advocacy Prevention Ed 655-4227

Tripler Army Medical Ctr. Information Center 433-6661 / 6662 / 6663

Army Emergency Relief (AER) SB 655-4227 FS 438-9285

Island Palm Communities North 275-3700 (SB, HMR) South 275-3800 (FS, AMR, TAMC)

U.S. Army Health Clinic, Schofield Barracks

Tripler Army Medical Center ER 433-6629 Emergency 911

Child, Youth & School Services

Non-duty Hrs AER Emergency: American Red Cross 1-877-272-7337

Joint Personal Property Shipping Office (JPPSO) Household Goods Inbound 473-7750

Financial Questions ACS 655-4227 / 1714

DOL Personal Property & Transportation (PP&T) PCS Household Goods Storage & Outbound Transp. 655-1868 / 8963 Deployment Household Goods Storage 655-1868 Deployment Privately Owned Vehicle (POV) Storage (808) 520-2650

125th Financial Management Co. Customer Service 655-1244

ACS Relocation Assistance & Lending Closet SB 655-4227 FS 438-9285

Military Police SB 655-5555 FS 438-7114 Emergency 655-0911, 438-0911 Fire Department, Federal 471-7117 Emergency 911 American Red Cross SB 655-4927 TAMC 433-6631 24 Hrs 1-877-272-7337 AER non-duty hrs Suicide & Crisis Hotline (808) 832-3100 HI State Suicide Prevention Hotline 1-800-273-TALK (8255) VA 1-800-SUICIDE (784-2433) National Victim Advocacy Program 624-SAFE (7233) Legal Assistance Office on Post Power of Attorney, Wills SB 655-8607 / 08 FS 438-6725

Tax Assistance Office SB 655-1040 FS 438-6725 Legal Aid Society

CYS Parent Central Services SB 655-5314/8380 AMR 833-5393 FS 438-1963 Kids on Site 655-8628 Child Development Centers SB 655-7106 HMR 653-0724 SB Peterson 655-5293 FS 438-1151 AMR 833-5102 Family Child Care, SB 655-8373 School-Age Youth Centers SB 655-6476 HMR 653-0717 FS 438-1487 AMR 833-4932 Middle School/Teen Centers SB 655-0451 AMR 833-0920 Bennett Youth / Teen Ctr. 655-6465 School Support Services 655-9818 Exceptional Family Member Prog SB 655-4777 FS 438-1961 Child & Adolescent Assistance Ctr. SB 433-2778 ext 363 TAMC 433- 6418 Child Psychiatry TAMC 433-1323 Child Psychology Basic Needs

Affordable Lawyers 536-4302

Military ID Cards / AG ID Cards http://appointments.cac.navy.mil SB 655-6884 FS 438-1757

Installation Access Pass

Passport / Citizenship 655-7182 www.travel.state.gov

Installation Access Pass Office SB 655-1620

WIC Wahiawa Office 622-6458 Honolulu Office 586-4761

Dial 433-2778 plus clinic extension number listed or listen for extension number needed: Primary Care Family Practice Appt ext 12 Family Practice Patient Assistance ext 3111 Family Practice Allergy/Immunization ext 3113 Pediatrics Appt ext 1, ext 2 Pediatrics Patient Assistance ext 312 OB/GYN Appt ext 3, ext 4 Troop Medical Clinic ext 322 Troop Medical Clinic Annex ext 321 Aviation Medicine Clinic Appt ext 323 Deployment Health Clinic Appt ext 325 Warrior in Transition Clinic Appt ext 331 Specialty Clinics Acute Care Clinic SB, 433-8850, 6a.m.-9p.m. Audiology/Hearing Conservation ext 381 Occupational Health ext 383 Occupational Therapy ext 351 Orthopedics/Podiatry/Cast Clinic ext 351 Optometry ext 3821 Physical Exam ext 326 Physical Therapy – (Main: ext 3521, Warrior in Transition PT: ext 333) Public Health Nurse/Community Health Nursing ext 384 Other Services Pharmacy (Call-in-Refill ext 301, Dispensing Window ext 302, Clinical Pharmacist in Family Practice 433- 8160) Laboratory 433-8303 Radiology 433-8355 Customer Relations SB 433-2778 ext 391 TAMC 433-6336 Health Benefits Advisor: SB Health Clinic 433-2778 ext 392 TAMC 433-3422 TRICARE TRIWEST Customer Service 1-888-874-9378 www.triwest.com/OnlineCare

Finance Office Defense Military Pay Office FS 438-1875 Pets

Schools HI State Dept of ED. Central Oahu District 627-7478

USAG-HI School Liaison Office 655-9818 / 8326 School Behavioral Health Team TAMC 433-1264

Marital / Family / Individual Veterinary Needs SB 433-8532 FS 433-2271 Off Post 24 Hr 671-1751 / 484-9070 MWR Pet Kennel 368-3456 Abuse/Neglect Child Abuse Reporting Military Police SB 655-7114 FS 438-7114 Child Protective Service (CPS) 832-5300 Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault 24/7 Response 624-7233 (SAFE) Family Advocacy SB (ACS) 655-4779 SB (Clinic) 433-8579 TAMC 433-6606

Soldier Assistance Ctr. and Child & Family Assistance Ctr. Soldier Assistance Center (SAC) 433-8600 ext 361, Bldg 687, SB Concussion Clinic (TBI) 433-2778 ext 37 Adult Family Member Assistance Center 433-8130 ext 362, Bldg 681, SB Marriage & Family Therapy Clinic 433-8130 ext 362, Bldg 681, SB Child & Adolescent Assistance Center 433-8140 ext 363, Bldg 681, SB Family Life Chaplain North Community 655-6643 / 9307 South Community 833-2413 / 6831 Garrison Chaplain 655-9355 SB Main Post Chapel 655-9307 After Duty Hours Chaplain Reached through IOC: 656-3272 Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) Prevention Coordinator 655-4655 Installation Biochemical Testing Coordinator 655-0648 ASAP Clinic & Counseling Service 433-8700 Adolescent Substance Abuse Counseling Services 655-9944 Risk Reduction Coordinator 655-0996 Suicide Prevention Program Specialist 655-9105 Employee Assistance Program (EAP) EAP Coordinator 655-6046 EAP Specialist 655-6047 Families Overcoming Under Stress (FOCUS) 257-7774


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Schofield 655-0573 Schofield 655-0573 Fort Shafter 438-6733 Fort Shafter 438-6733 Wheeler 656-1745 Wheeler 656-1745

Schofield 655-0573 Fort Shafter 438-6733 Wheeler 656-1745


TEEN Army Family Action Plan Lunch Included

Let’s Make Change!

Come Speak Your Mind About Issues Facing Army Teens

Saturday, October 27 9:00am – 4:30pm in Bldg 647 7th – 12th Graders are invited to identify those issues affecting their quality of life in Our Army

Bring It, Discuss It, And Change It!! Call or Email Heather Miles (808) 655-0705 heather.m.miles4.civ@mail.mil

Snacks Included


Army Family Action Plan Conference 29 October to 2 November 2012

Let Your Voice Be Heard Issue Submission: http://himwr.com Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) is one of the Army’s most effective tools in managing change and improving the well being of all who work for and support the U.S. Army. AFAP is for the entire Army Family: Soldiers, Family Members, DA Civilians, Retirees, National Guard, Reservists and Survivors. AFAP Success Stories: Established minimum standards for Army childcare Established Military Thrift Savings Plan (TSP) Mandates state charge no more than in-state tuition rates for military personnel and their dependents MWR Kennels at Halawa Valley on the island of Oahu These are just a few issues that have been resolved for our Army Family through the AFAP process. Submit your issue today! Call or Email to get involved! Heather Miles at (808) 655-0705 heather.m.miles4.civ@mail.mil


FY 13 Army Family Action Plan Conference APPLICATION DATA REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974; AUTHORITY: 5 USC 301, 10 USC 3013. PRINCIPAL PURPOSE: Identification of participants in the Army Family Action Plan Planning Conference. Used to contact participants and as basis for preparing a directory of conference attendees, which will be distributed to attendees and Army officials for networking purposes. DISCLOSURE: Disclosure is voluntary. If the requested information is not provided, registration for the conference and inclusion in the conference directory may not be possible.

1. FIRST NAME: _____________________MI_____LAST NAME:______________________ MAILING ADDRESS: (Line 1)____________________________________________________ (Line 2)__________________________________________________________________________ CITY/APO__________________STATE:____________ZIP:______________________________ PHONE: COMMERCIAL:___________________ (include area code, if applicable) E-MAIL ADDRESS:____________________________________ Complete all that apply 2. YOUR MILITARY AFFILIATION? (If not applicable, go to item 3.) a. Are you a:  Soldier or Retiree  Spouse of Soldier or Retiree  Youth of Soldier or Retiree b. Are you or is your sponsor:    

Active-Duty Reserve National Guard Retired

3. YOUR DA CIVILIAN AFFILIATION? (If Active Duty Military, go to item 4.) a. Are you a:  DA Civilian Employee  Spouse of DA Civilian  Youth of DA Civilian b. Are you or is your sponsor:  APF (GM, GS, WG)  NAF (NF)

c. Rank:___________________________________

c. Grade/Series:________________________

d. Job Title________________________________ (if soldier)

d. Job Title: ___________________________

4. YOUR FAMILY STATUS?

5. YOUR FAMILY TYPE

 Single  Married  Widower/Widow  Dual-Military  Sole-Parent  Other  Children’s ages needing child care._______________________________________________________________

Emergency Contact: Name:__________________________________

Phone Number:_______________________

Completed forms can be turned in at ACS on Schofield Barracks or Fort Shafter. You may also FAX to: 655-1654 or EMAIL to heather.m.miles4.civ@mail.mil


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Engineer Battalion

WEDNESDAY

October 31 @1500-1700 COF (Company Area) Costume contest Scary Fun activities snacks and awesome prizes!!!


Ask about our

6th Annual Graveyard Shift Tour Leaves midnight on the Halloween morning (18 yrs and older only)

OAHU GHOST TOURS www.oahughosttours.com

(808) 524-4944


October 5th to October 31st There's something lurking in the water Take the ride of your afterlife. Embark on a frightening canoe ride and see the Laie Lady with her band of spooky characters—including the arrival of her vengeful husband. Less scary keiki rides are also available for the faint of heart. Canoe Rides • Every Monday, Wednesday, Friday & Saturday • And everyday except Sunday from Oct. 22-31 • Rides start at 6:30pm (Closed on Sundays.) Kama‘aina Annual Pass holders get a free canoe ride every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Beat the crowds and book online now before we sell out. Don’t miss Hawaii’s favorite Halloween ride.

hauntedlagoon.com

Prices for the 2012 Haunted Lagoon will be up by September 21, 2012.

Call 1-800-367-7060


2012 Haunted Lagoon Tickets General Pass: Good for a one time ride on the Haunted Lagoon. Fast Pass: •Why wait in line when you can decide when to ride. •Available Fast Pass Times: 7:00pm, 7:30pm, 8:00pm •Average wait time: 10-15 minutes. •Haunted Lagoon Passes do not include admission to the park.

General Pass

$19.95

$14.95

Fast Pass

$35.00

$30.00

•Keiki (Children) Rides: •Keiki rides are available from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. •Simply have your party purchase the General Pass and inquire about our keiki ride when you check-in. •Keiki Ride guests are asked to check-in no later than 7:00pm.

7:00pm Ride 7:30pm Ride 8:00pm Ride

Discounts: The Polynesian Cultural Center has partnered with various companies to offer special discounts to our guests. Visit any of our partners stores and restaurants, or purchase one their specially marked products to receive your Haunted Lagoon Discount. *For convenience you can book your tickets online and bring in your coupon when you check in at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Please be sure to bring in the coupon and the credit or debit card that you used to purchase your tickets online."

Haunted Lagoon Online Special The Polynesian Cultural Center will be selling Haunted Lagoon General Passes for $13.95 for the month of October except on select days. The select days that people can not receive this special rate are: •Saturday (8/20, 8/27) To receive this special online rate, simply select the appropriate date (see list above), when purchasing your ticket online. Please note to following: 1.This offer is only valid on this website (hauntedlagoon.com). 2.This online special cannot be combined with any other offer or discount. 3.This online special only applies to the days listed above. 4.This offer is limited to the first 1000 tickets. Once all tickets are sold, prices will return back to $19.95. 5.Same day bookings are not available. Guests must book their tickets 24 hours in advance.


Admission

AT THE DOOR (Coupons Accepted) General $13.00, Fast Pass $20.00 (Skip the Line)

NOT FOR LITTLE CHILDREN MUST BE 14 YEARS OR OLDER WITH A LEGAL ADULT CHAPARONE (CHAPARONE MUST ALSO PAY ADMISSION)


WEEKLY BINDER OCT 19, 2012