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Family and MWR Owner’s Manual Army Community Service Business Operations Child, Youth & School Services Community Recreation

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Servus! It is my pleasure to present to you our new Guide, an owner’s manual to Family and MWR programs. Use the Guide to learn about the great facilities and services offered to help you make the most of your tour in Ansbach. In addition to the Guide, visit our website for information on MWR activities, classes, special events and trips: www.ansbach.armymwr.com. Every time you choose to use an MWR facility you help make our community stronger. All proceeds from MWR businesses stay in Ansbach, creating jobs for community members and allowing us to continually improve our programs. Thank you for letting us serve you in YOUR Family and MWR program.

Dan Riley Director, Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation

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When the Work Day is Done........................................ 26-41 Warrior Zone............................................................ 27 Army Community Service (ACS)...................................... 5-8 Katterbach Bowling Center....................................... 28 Family Assistance Center, Soldier and Family Strike Zone Eatery.................................................... 29 Assistance Center, Survivor Outreach Services, Primo’s Express........................................................ 30 Sexual Harrassment/Assault Response and Storck Bowling Center.............................................. 31 Prevention, Exceptional Family Member Program Automotive Skills Centers.......................................... 32 Personal & Family Readiness...................................... 6 Hunting, Fishing & Sport Shooting............................ 33 Transitions Services Support....................................... 7 Java Café................................................................. 34 Volunteer Services...................................................... 7 Ansbach Arts & Crafts Center................................... 35 Mobilization & Deployment......................................... 8 Recreation Center..................................................... 35 Community Information.............................................. 8 Katterbach Fitness Center......................................... 36 Storck Fitness Center................................................ 37 Child, Youth & School Services (CYS Services)............. 11-19 Bleidorn Library........................................................ 39 Child Care................................................................ 11 Storck Library........................................................... 39 Support Services...................................................... 14 Outdoor Recreation.................................................. 41 How to Sign Up........................................................ 17 Get Involved............................................................. 18 Services, Amenities and Then Some............................ 43-47 Contact Information.................................................. 19 MWR Central............................................................ 43 Ansbach Army Lodging, Brainard Hall...................... 44 The Hottest Shows in Town......................................... 21-25 Car and Dog Washes................................................ 45 Live Entertainment.....................................................21 Storck Community Activity Center (CAC)................... 46 Games..................................................................... 22 Von Steuben Community Center............................... 47 Special Events.......................................................... 22 Terrace Playhouse.................................................... 24 Get Involved................................................................ 49-50 Movies..................................................................... 24 How to Become a Volunteer...................................... 49 Private Organizations................................................ 50 Join MWR................................................................ 50 From the Director............................................................... 1

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Army Community Service Katterbach ACS

Storck ACS

Monday–Thursday......... 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday........................... 12-5 p.m. U.S. Holidays............... Closed

Monday–Thursday....... 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Friday........................ 12–5 p.m. U.S. Holidays............. Closed

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Family Assistance Center (FAC)

FAC Centers operate 24/7 and are established by garrison commanders under the auspices of ACS in response to deployments, natural disasters or catastrophic events to assist Soldiers and Family members with basic services. Other agencies may be asked to participate in the FAC as local needs dictate. The National Guard operates FACs for Families who are geographically dispersed and located in remote sites.

Soldier and Family Assistance Center (SFAC)

SFAC provides customized integrated support services dedicated to serving Warriors in Transition (WTs) and their Families. The SFAC uses a “one-stop shop” approach to equip and aid Warriors in making life changing decisions as they transition either back to duty or to civilian life. SFAC staff realize individual needs require individual attention and strive to provide tailored, compassionate, and coordinated services. These services are offered in a warm, relaxed environment where Soldiers and their Families can gather to foster physical, spiritual and mental healing.

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Survivor Outreach Services (SOS) A multi-agency approach which embraces and reassures survivors that they are continually linked to the Army Family for as long as they desire. SOS fosters resiliency and ensures access to all entitled benefits, financial counseling/planning and long term support.

Sexual Harrassment/ Assault Response and Prevention (SHARP)

The Army’s Sexual Harassment/Assault Resonse and Prevention (SHARP) program exists so the Army can prevent sexual harassment and sexual assaults before they occur. Our goal is to eliminate sexual assaults and sexual harassment by creating a climate that respects the dignity of every member of the Army Family.

responsive readiness service to support Commanders, Soldiers, Civilians and Families.

Army Family Covenant Institutionalizes the Army’s commitment to provide Soldiers and Families (Active, Guard, and Reserve) a quality of life commensurate with their level of service and sacrifice to the Nation. It commits the Army to improve Family readiness by: • Standardizing Family programs and services • Increasing accessibility to health care • Improving Soldier and Family housing • Ensuring excellence in child, youth and school services • Expanding education and employment opportunities for Family members

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Army Community Service PE RS ONA L & FAMILY R EADINES S

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Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)

Employment Readiness Program (ERP)

A mandatory enrollment program that works with other military and civilian agencies to provide comprehensive and coordinated community support, housing, educational, medical, personnel, and respite care services to Families with special needs. Programs include: • Community Support Meetings • EFMP Bowling • Respite Care • EFMP/SFAC Movies

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Family Advocacy Program (FAP)

The Army FAP is committed to preventing domestic violence and child abuse and neglect by providing a variety of services to strengthen Army Families and enhance resiliency. The FAP includes prevention, identification, reporting, investigation, and treatment in support of Soldiers and Families.

New Parent Support Program (NPSP)

Provides professional social workers and nurses who offer supportive and caring services to military Families with children from birth to three years of age. Through a variety of programs including home visits and parenting classes, the NPSP provides opportunities to learn to cope with stress, isolation, post-deployment, reunions and the everyday demands of parenthood. The program is committed to developing strong Army Families, and the prevention and treatment of Family violence. Its coordinated efforts are designed to prevent and intervene in cases of Family distress and to promote healthy Family life.

Victim Advocacy

Provides 24/7 services for victims of domestic violence. Victims have access to emergency assistance, information, referrals, and ongoing support in accessing medical, behavioral health, legal, and law enforcement services on and off garrisons. Available for both restricted and unrestricted reports.

Prevention Education

Promotes community support and encourages early referral. Components include: Commander Education, Troop Education, Education for Professionals, Parent Education and Support, Safety Education (protecting children, listening to and talking to children, child abuse prevention techniques, and a variety of safety related topics including but not limited to bullying and exploitation) geared towards children, Spouse Abuse Prevention, Victim Advocacy Services and Family Life Education.

Transitional Compensation (TC) Program for Abused Dependents A congressionally-mandated program for abused dependents of military personnel. Legislation authorizes temporary payments for Families in which the active duty Soldier has been separated administratively or by court-martial for a dependent-abuse offense. The TC Program offers benefits and entitlements for 12-36 months to eligible Family mem-

bers. During this benefit period, beneficiaries are provided temporary financial compensation and are eligible to receive medical care, including behavioral health services such as TRICARE beneficiaries. Recipients will also have commissary and exchange privileges during this period.

Provides employment assistance to active duty, reserve component, transitioning and retired Soldiers, Family members, and DoD Civilian employees in acquiring skills, networks, and resources that will allow them to participate in the work force and develop a career/work plan.

Military Spouse Employment Partnership Program (MSEP)

A self-sustaining and expanding partnership between the U.S. Army and Corporate America. The partnership provides Army spouses the opportunity to attain financial security and achieve employment/career goals through mobility and enhanced employment options. MSEP is a core component of the Employment Readiness Program to enhance and develop employment opportunities for spouses.

Relocation Readiness Program (RRP)

Relocation Readiness assistance is provided to Soldiers and Families to help reduce or eliminate problems arising due to frequent moves. Specialized programs and services include: individual or group counseling, sponsorship and pre-arrival information, mandatory overseas briefings and post-move orientations, lending closet services, Military Homefront web-pages on DoD website, Citizenship Immigration Services, multi-cultural programs, and “Hearts Apart” activities for waiting Families. Garrison commanders chair multi-disciplinary Relocation Assistance Coordinating Committees (RACC) to stay abreast of issues and remedy emerging concerns.

Financial Readiness Program (FRP)

Provides comprehensive educational and counseling programs in personal financial readiness. The program covers indebtedness, consumer advocacy and protection, money management, credit, financial planning, insurance and consumer issues. Other services offered are mandatory financial readiness training for first-termers, and financial counseling for deployed Soldiers and their Families.

Army Emergency Relief (AER)

Provides assistance for unexpected and financial stress to include: travel, housing, car repair, utilities, medical expenses, funeral costs, family member dental care, basic furniture needs, rental and replacement vehicles and disaster relief. AER is offered as part of the continuum of services in financial readiness.

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VO L U N TEER S ER V I CES Army Family Action Plan (AFAP)

A grassroots, Army-wide initiative to identify and prioritize issues to enhance standards of living for the total Army Family.

Army Family Team Building (AFTB)

A Family training and readiness program that provides participants with an understanding of Army culture and the skills and resources they need to become self-reliant, self-sufficient members of the military community.

Army Volunteer Corps (AVC)

Unites all volunteers and organizations using volunteers and strengthens volunteerism by enhancing the career and mobility of volunteers, establishing partnerships and promoting a life-long commitment to service. This, in turn, assists in maintaining readiness, sustaining communities and enriching lives throughout the Army.

This is a needs based scholarship program established to assist children of Army Soldiers in obtaining a 4-year undergraduate degree. Applicants must apply each year and may receive assistance for up to four academic years.

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Army Community Service MOB I LI Z A TI ON & DEVELO PMENT Military Family Life Consultants (MFLC)

A key outreach service to Soldiers and Families. Enhanced community Family support services by offering licensed clinical social workers and psychologists to address various issues that Soldiers and Families face before and after deployment. No records are maintained. For more information, call Katterbach MFLC: 0160.9835.0753 or 0151.1812.3764 or Storck MFLC: 0171.849.7174.

Mobilization and Deployment Readiness Program (MOB/DEP)

Includes program and support activities designed to assist leaders at all levels and Soldiers and their Families to successfully manage the challenges of mobilization and deployments before, during and after they occur.

Operation R.E.A.D.Y. (Resources for Educating About Deployment and You)

Standardized training curriculum used by the MOB/DEP program and designed to prepare leaders, Soldiers, deployed Civilians, and Families for the personal and Family demands of the deployment cycle.

C OMMU NI T Y I NFO R MATIO N Army OneSource (AOS)

A network of services available to Soldiers and their Families regardless of their component or geographical location. Key players work in strategic partnerships to extend and expand support to those identified within the Soldier Family Action Plan and the Army Family Covenant, namely the geographically dispersed. Partnerships with sister services increase and sustain support to those not living near a garrison. Army Soldiers and Family members may access programs and services in three ways: Traditional brick and mortar establishments at garrisons, a webbased portal, and partnerships with local community and government organizations.

Information, Referral & Follow-up (IR&F)

Strives to provide Soldiers and Families with timely, comprehensive information on both military and community resources that will assist in meeting basic needs and improve quality of life. This program is sometimes abbreviated as the “I, R & F” program.

Master Resiliency Training (MRT)

This training replaces Battlemind Training and offers strength-based, positive psychology tools to aid Soldiers, Leaders and Families in their ability to grow and thrive in the face of challenges and bounce back from adversity. Family Resilience Training trains the Soldiers’ Families in preparing for and managing the realities of deployment and the transition back home. Operational Resilience trains Soldiers and Leaders in preparing for and managing the realities of deployment and the transition back home.

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One Stop Children’s Shop Child, Youth & School Services

Child Care: A variety of options U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach Child, Youth & School Services (CYS Services) programs are designed to help children and youth build within themselves a positive self-concept that will help develop them into productive caring adults. We provide safe, healthy and stimulating environments where children and youth feel accepted and respected, as well as having the opportunity to participate in age-appropriate developmental activities. We strive to provide a place where they can safely express their feelings without withdrawing, fighting or giving up their rights. Children and youth are free to make choices and accept responsibility for those choices through character building education that will develop and nurture a spirit of cooperation, creative problem solving and individual responsibility.

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Storck Child Development and School Age Center

Katterbach Child Development and School Age Center

The Storck Child Development and School Age Center combines five CYS Services facilities into two buildings, providing the community with a one-stop-shop for all their CYS Services needs. It is approximately 16,145 square feet with an additional 130,680 square feet of outdoor space which includes nine activity rooms and three playgrounds. The two buildings (6706 and 6707) house full time and part time care, after school activities, seasonal camps, sports, and registration opportunities for children 6 weeks to 18 years. Building 6706 is home to the Storck Youth Center and Parent Central Services, our one stop shop for CYS Services registration and enrollment. The larger building (6707) serves as the Child Development and School Age Center, caring for children from 6 weeks through 5th grade. The building provides seven rooms and three playgrounds. The School Age Center wing has three activity rooms and access to an outdoor play area and adjacent ball fields. We have a capacity for 102 childcare spaces for children 6 weeks to 5 years plus 30 spaces for school age children for full time, part time, before and after school, and hourly services Our Child Development Center (CDC) was awarded national accredidation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children until February 1, 2018. The Storck School Age Center (SAC) was awarded national Accredidation until November 30, 2015.

The Katterbach Child Development and School Age Center combines two facilities into one building in a 36,000 square feet facility for children from 6 weeks through 5th grade. The facility includes a total of 126 child care spaces for children 6 weeks to 5 years, with 105 spaces for school-age children. There are eight activity rooms for the child development children and 4 rooms for the school age children with four playgrounds designed specifically for each age group as well as a soccer field. Building 9028 offers full time and part time care, after school activities, seasonal camps, and registration opportunities for children 6 weeks to 5th grades. There is also with a large commercial kitchen, staff training room and lounge and administrative offices. Our Child Development Center was awarded national accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children until May 1, 2018. The Katterbach School Age Center was awarded national Accreditation until November 30, 2015 by the Council on Accreditation.

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Child Development Centers 6 weeks to 5 years (Kindergarten)* We offer full-day, part-day and hourly care for children ages 6 weeks through 5 years old. CDC programs provide rich and stimulating environments in which children develop motor, cognitive, social and emotional skills through a balance of exploration and planned curriculum. Learning activities are designed to support the natural development of children and include individual, small group, and large group experiences. Our mission is to enhance the readiness and well being of the workforce and their families by providing predictable, affordable, and quality programs and services for children.

Full Day Care

The CDCs operate a full day program for children 6 weeks through age 5. Multiage classrooms provide children opportunities to develop relationships with the teachers and their peers and create a foundation for life-long learning.

Part Time Care

The CDCs offer part time care on a space available basis. Part time care may be offered 4 to 5 hours per day.

Part Day Preschool

This program is designed to meet development needs of children ages 3-5 years and help them build a strong foundation for future learning. Currently, we offer: 5 Day Session, Monday-Friday, and 3 Day Session, Monday, Wednesday and Friday. All sessions meet from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and follow the DoDDS calendar.

Strong Beginnings

This program provides a variety of activities to assist children with school readiness. Emphasis is placed on technology, the arts, physical development (including both gross motor and fine motor development), math, science and literacy. It also offers children an opportunity to socialize with other children while building readiness skills for school. All sessions meet from 8:30-11:30 a.m. and follow the DoDDS calendar.

Hourly Care

This program offers short term child care for children 6 weeks through 5 years. Reservations are required and may be made in advance. Same day appointments are welcome. Hourly care is available on a space available basis. * Available at select communities and depending on school configuration

IMCOM-Europe CYS Services programs are essential family programs that directly support the military lifestyle and reduce the conflict between parental responsibilities and the unit mission requirements.

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Family Child Care (FCC) 4 weeks to Grades 5*

School Age Centers Grades 1 to 5*

Army Family Child Care (FCC) is available both on-post and in government leased housing by trained childcare providers who work as home-based independent contractors for CYS Services. FCC Homes provide full-day, part-day and hourly care for children in a home environment. Why choose FCC? FCC Providers: • Pass stringent background checks and inspections • Receive intensive training and support • Are regularly visited and undergo scheduled and surprise inspections FCC Homes: • Offer programs designed to help prepare your child for school • Provide flexible hours to meet parent’s needs • Offer a comfortable family setting • Allow siblings to stay together • Allow younger and older children to learn from each other • Allow school-age children to remain in a neighborhood setting • Offer full-day, part-day or hourly options • May include 24-hour and long term care, evening and weekend care during TDY or short-term parental absences Army FCC On-Line will connect you to the Family Child Care Office at the Army installation of your choice. Parent Central Services staff will issue you a password when you register. * Available at select communities and depending on school configuration

Our Katterbach and Storck Centers offer before and after school care for 1st through 5th graders during the week from 5:45-8 a.m. and from 2:30-6 p.m. Hourly services are available from 5:45 a.m.5:30 p.m. Reservations for hourly care or occasional care are required in advance and made directly at the program. Coordination for bus pick-up must be made by the parent if the service is needed. Through partnerships with 4-H, Character Counts, and the Boys & Girls Clubs of America, SAC provides opportunities for children to grow as individuals and learn vital social skills. We provide physical activity in our gyms, arts & crafts, technology based learning, clubs and homework assistance daily. Transportation is provided to and from school. Care is also provided on early release days and school out days at no extra cost for children enrolled in a before and/ or after school program. Breakfast and snack are provided on regular school days, lunch is provided during full day outs. Seasonal Camps Camps will include different themes, sports & fitness challenges, arts & crafts activities, technology projects, clubs, and field trips. Eligibility is based on the grade participants have just completed—not the grade the child will enter in the fall for the next school year. Camp fees will be charged by the week in accordance with DoD fee policy guidance. All fees must be paid prior to utilizing the service.

CDC and SAC Accreditation

Accreditation is an activity, not a status. The benefits of accreditation are the external mark of quality, high standards and school improvement process and support. CYS Services programs undergo a rigorous accreditation process. The Child Development Centers and School Age Centers are fully accredited programs through: (1) National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC): CYS Services has been mandated to obtain this accreditation system: NAEYC sets professional standards for early childhood education programs, and helps families identify high-quality programs for their young children. (2) National After-School Age Alliance for School Age Services - The Council on Accreditation (COA) - Afterschool Program Standards include After School Administration (ASP-AM), After School Human Resources (ASP-HR), and After School Programming and Services (ASP-PS). The Administration Standards cover practices related to continuous quality improvement, financial management, risk prevention and management and ethical practice. The Human Resources Standards address recruitment and selection, training and professional development, support, and supervision. The Programming and Services Standards set forth additional recommended practices for working with children and youth in out-ofschool time. * Available at select communities and depending on school configuration

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Support Services Parent & Outreach Services

School Liaison Office Know your SLO! School Liaison Officers help Families communicate with school districts and schools regarding education issues (to include school personnel understanding the impact of deployment stress on military students), provide transition support, and link students and Families to education and post-secondary resources.

FAQ on Schools

For the most updated information about schools and educational resources in this area and on all Army garrisons, go to MyArmyOneSource/CYS Services/School Support. This site provides a wealth of information for transitioning Families. Scroll down to Easing School Transitions to find the School Support Services Information Pages listed by Army Garrison: www. myarmyonesource.com/ChildYouthandSchoolServices/SchoolSupport/Default. aspx The SLO will: • Provide information on student regis tration in the local school system • Provide information on the Student Meal Program • Educate parents on the local school system, policies, procedures, programs, and schedules • Support home school families • Supply resource materials on primary, secondary and post-secondary education • Coordinate with SAC and YC for Home work Centers and Youth Technology Labs • Participate in Education Council Meetings to elevate parental issues for resolution

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These initiatives prepare schools and installations to respond confidently to the complexities of transitions, and provide families the assurance that their children’s academic well being is a priority.

Goals

The goals of the program are to identify barriers to academic success and develop solutions; promote parental involvement in their children’s education; develop and coordinate Army partnerships in education; provide parents with the tools they need to overcome obstacles to education that stem from the military lifestyle; and to promote and educate local communities and schools regarding the needs of military children.

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Parent & Outreach Services connects Families to CYS Services programs through Parent Central Services, Special Needs Accommodations Process (SNAP), Babysitter Referral Services, In and Out Processing, Alternate Child Care: Kids On Site! (KOS) and Volunteer Child Care in a Unit Setting (VCCUS), Parents’ Night Out, Parents’ Day Out, Parent Participation Plan and Special Openings.

Parent Education

CYS Services offers a variety of parental education classes to improve your parenting skills. Classes are offered through CYS Services, ACS, and Military family life consultants and include classes ranging from Child Abuse Prevention, to Anger Management, to Budgeting for Baby. Contact Parent & Outreach Services for more information.

Parent Participation Points

By participating in your child’s CYSS program(s) you can receive up to 10% off your child care fees per month. Participation can include; reading to your child’s class, chaperoning a field trip, repairing CYSS facilities or equipment, attending a Parent Advisory Council (PAC) meeting and much more. For more information about Parent Participation Plan/Points, ask your child’s program director.

Youth Centers Parent Advisory Council

Want to make a difference in your installation’s CYS Services? Do you have input or ideas to improve; child care, SKIES Unlimited classes, Sports, Hourly Care, etc...? Want to act as a parent liaison to the Garrison for CYS Services? Then join the PAC. We’re looking for parents interested in getting involved! We need a PAC board! You can volunteer as a Chairperson, Secretary and Treasurer or just be a Board Member. As an added bonus, PAC members can earn double Parent Participation Points for participating in PAC meetings, while Board Members can earn up to TRIPLE points! Earn just ten Parent Participation Points and receive 10% off your child care fees. So make a difference in the garrison, help improve services and make a child smile

The Youth Center after school open recreation program is free to eligible youth in grades 6-12. Through formal partnerships with nationally-recognized, youth-serving organizations such as 4-H and Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) youth have access to programs, standardized curricula, special events, camps, scholarships and more. Youth who are in the 5th grade are not eligible for enrollment in the Army Middle School Program regardless of school configuration. A wide variety of activities are available and may include “lock ins”, dances, field trips, board games, cooking, photography or just relaxing and hanging out with friends. Each Youth Center offers state of the art computer and homework labs which utilize software and the internet safely and effectively. There is something for everyone!

Youth may also participate in:

Torch Club

Torch Clubs are chartered small-group leadership development program for ages 11-13. Members work to create and implement community service projects.

Keystone Club

Keystone Clubs are chartered small-group for boys and girls 14 to 18 years. Keystone Club promotes character and leadership among Club teens to provide impact in three areas: academic success, career preparation and community service.

Smart Moves Program

(SKILLS MASTERY AND RESISTANCE TRAINING) This nationally acclaimed comprehensive prevention program helps young people resist alcohol, tobacco and other drug use, as well as premature sexual activity.

Camps

The Youth Center also offers a variety of camp programs during the winter, spring, and summer. Youth can explore with local field trips, sports clinics, shopping and adventure trips, tech projects and more. Eligibility is based on the grade participants have just completed—not the grade the child will enter in the fall for the next school year. Camp fees will be charged at the time of registration.

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How to get in on the fun

SKIESUnlimited

Youth Sports and Fitness

SKIES Unlimited stands for “School of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration and Skills” with the word “Unlimited” for the unlimited possibilities that this program provides children and youth. SKIES Unlimited is committed to creating an environment of excellence by providing quality class materials and using instructors who are certified experts in their fields. Classes are offered for specific age groups ranging from 6 months to 18 years old. • All participants must be registered with CYS Services through Parent Central Services • New students must wait for open enrollment • Current SKIES students may enroll during the priority enrollment week at Parent Central Services or Webtrac to retain their space • Classes will be filled on a first come, first served basis

CYS Services strives to provide excellence in outreach programming, health and fitness, individual and team sports. It is our mission to offer equal programming to our counterparts living in the continental United States. Youth Sports & Fitness goes from the court to the ball field by offering a variety of individual and group sport programs throughout the year. Categories include but are not limited to:

Parent Central Services

Winter Season Registration: October Season dates: December-March Sports: Basketball (3-15 years), Cheerleading (6-15 yrs), Wrestling (6-14 yrs), Bowling (8-15 yrs) Spring Season Registration: February Season dates: April-June Sports: T-ball (3-7 yrs), Baseball (8-15 yrs), Softball (10-15 yrs), Track & Field (6-15 yrs), Bowling (6-15 yrs) Fall Season Registration: June Season dates: August-November Sports: Soccer (3-15 yrs), Flag Football (10-12 yrs), Bowling (6-15 yrs)

Who is eligible

Summer Camps

Registration: June (6-15 yrs)

Volunteer!

We’re always looking for volunteers to share their talents and skills with our youth. Head and assistant coaches receive discounts on sports fees!

Registration

All children and youth must be registered through Parent Central Services and possess a valid health assessment/sports physical that remains current through the sports season.

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We are your “one stop shop” for information on CYS Services programs, registering families to use services and school support and transition services. Our mission is to not only provide you with a positive first impression of our organization, but to ensure we meet and exceed customer satisfaction. Children of active duty military personnel, reservists and National Guard on active duty and during inactive duty training, Department of Defense (DoD) appropriated and non-appropriated civilian personnel and DoD contractors working on in U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach may use services provided by CYS Services delivery systems.

What to bring to register

Bring the following forms and information to your Parent Central Services or call and make an appointment. Our expert staff will complete your registration electronically and issue your registration card and password for WebTrac. Please have everything with you to expedite the registration process: • Proof of child eligibility (i.e. Legal Guardianship papers or Child Military ID Card • Home phone number or cell phone number • Work telephone numbers for sponsor and spouse • CMR/APO mailing address • Military unit and/or employer name • Email address: Must provide AKO address and a primary email address you check regularly.

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Proof of parent(s) Income (i.e. Leave & Earnings Statements / Pay Vouchers) Proof of income is needed to determine DoD Fee Category for child care/school age fees. Families are placed in the highest category if income information is not provided during registration and registration renewal. Local Emergency and Child Release Designees: Minimum of 2 names and phone numbers of individuals Who we can contact or release your child to in an emergency situation if we are unable to reach you. Child’s official shot record for children 6 weeks-5th grade. Health Screening Tool DA Form7625- 1 to record and identify health concerns, needs and medications. For identified health concerns/needs, a SNAP screening may take place and additional medical action plans (MAP) may be required from a physician prior to completing registration and enrolling in activities. Medical Action Plans (MAPS). Only needed if a child is diagnosed with allergies, seasonal allergies, diabetes, asthma/respiratory, or seizures that require staff to give rescue medication.

The following must be turned in within 30 days of registration: • CYS Services Child Health Assessment/ Sports Physical AE Form 608-101A, Parts A, B & C. Form must be completed, stamped and signed by a physician and signed by the parent. Turn in completed form within 30 days of registration or registration renewal. • Family Care Plan DA Form 5305. Required for all active duty single/dual military families. Turn in completed and signed form within 30 days of registration or registration renewal. The following may be required: • Deployment Orders. Families of deployed individuals may be eligible for discounts and benefits with proof of deployment.

How to pay

Stop in at your local Parent Central Services or you can use WebTac to to search for, enroll, and pay for programs: https://webtrac.mwr.army.mil/webtrac/ansbachcyms.html

Now you’re ready to go!

Don’t delay! Register today!

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Get involved! Volunteer! CYS Services is always looking for individuals interested in volunteering. Volunteering is not only a great way to enhance your resume, but also improves your knowledge and skills. As a volunteer with CYS Services, you may be eligible for a variety of discounts. One of the key elements of quality programs for children is a strong parent/program partnership. CYS Services believes that open, continuous parent/staff communication is vitally linked to the success of our programs, so you are encouraged to share your comments and ideas.

Child Care Fee Reductions

Parents may earn a Fee Reduction for volunteering a minimum of 10 hours in a regularly scheduled child care or school age program their child is enrolled in or in a program of their choosing. Parent Participation Points (PPP) may be accumulated from month to month until the Parent earns 10 points thus becoming eligible to receive a 10% reduction on one month’s fee for one child. If a parent has earned 20 points, the 10% fee reduction may be applied for one child over a 2 month period or used toward two individual children during the same month.

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Some fun ways parents can get involved and earn points: • Attend our quarterly Parent Advisory Council meetings • Assist with our internal program evaluations • Plan or conduct a Parent Education Class • Help with activities for the Month of the Military child • Pack and box items for deployment boxes • Record books for MP3 players • Visit the classrooms or Family Child Care Home and do a special project with the children • Sew smocks, quilts or make decora- tions for staff and classrooms

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We’re here for you Other Volunteers and Sports Coaches

Applications to volunteer are available at Parent Central Services. All applicants are required to enroll with Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS, see page 49), successfully pass background checks and complete Child Abuse identification and Reporting training. In addition, all coaches must complete CPR and First Aid training and complete the National Youth Sports Coaches Association certification, before being accepted as a coach. Certified coaches are required to adhere to the Coach Code of Ethics contained in the coach packet. Youth Sports Coach Fee Reductions apply only to the coach’s own children during the same season they volunteer to coach, Volunteer Head Coaches may enroll: • All of their children at no cost in any Category A or B sport. • One child at no cost in the same Category C sport they are coaching. Subsequent children in this Category C sport receive a 15 percent reduction. Subsequent children in Category A or B sports are at no cost. Volunteer Assistant Volunteer Coaches may enroll: • One child at no cost in any Category A or B sport. • One child at a 25 percent reduction in a Category C sport when the parent is coaching the same sport. Subsequent children receive a 15 percent reduction in any Category A, B, or C sport.

Parent & Outreach Services

Katterbach Kaserne, Bldg. 5818, Rm 105 CIV 09802.83.2617 DSN 467.2617 Office hours vary, call for information. Federal Holidays and select training days............ Closed Storck Barracks, Bldg. 6706 CIV 09841.83.4880 DSN 467.4880 Monday–Thursday..... 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday...................... 12–5 p.m. Closed for lunch daily 1-2 p.m. Federal Holidays....... Closed

Katterbach Parent Central Services Katterbach Kaserne Bldg. 5818, Room 103 CIV 09802.83.2533/2531 DSN 467.2533/2531

Monday–Thursday..... 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Friday...................... 12–5 p.m. Federal Holidays....... Closed

Storck Parent Central Services

Storck Barracks, Bldg. 6706 CIV 09841.83.4880 DSN 467.4880 Monday–Thursday..... 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Friday...................... 12–5 p.m. Closed for lunch daily 1-2 p.m. Federal Holidays....... Closed

School Liaison Officer

Family Child Care (FCC)

FCCs offer home-based, full-day, part-day and hourly care for children ages four weeks through 12 years. CIV 09802.83.2533 DSN 467.2533

Katterbach Child Development & School Age Center

Katterbach Kaserne, Bldg. 9028 CIV 09802.83.2828, 09802.83.2632 DSN 467.2828, 467.2632 Monday–Friday......... 5:45 a.m.–6 p.m. Federal Holidays and select training days............ Closed

Storck Child Development & School Age Center

Storck Barracks, Bldg. 6707 CIV 09841.83.4505, 09841.83.4423 DSN 467.4505, 467.4423 Monday–Friday......... 5:45 a.m.–6 p.m. Federal Holidays and select training days............ Closed

Katterbach Youth Center

Katterbach Kaserne, Bldg. 5911 CIV 09802.83.2395, 09802.83.2588 DSN 467.2395, 467.2588 Monday–Thursday..........2:30–6 p.m. Friday...........................2:30–9 p.m. 1st Saturday.................1–6 p.m. School out days.............1–6 p.m. Federal Holidays and select training days.................Closed

Storck Youth Center

Storck Barracks, Bldg. 6706 CIV 09841.83.4066 DSN 467.4066 Monday–Thursday..... 2:30–6 p.m. Friday...................... 2:30–6 p.m. 3rd Saturday............ 1–6 p.m. School out days........ 1–6 p.m. Federal Holidays and select training days............ Closed

Other useful information Webtrac: https://webtrac.mwr.army.mil/ webtrac/ansbachcyms.html Email: usarmy.ansbach.imcom-europe.list. mwr-parent-central@mail.mil Web: http://www.ansbach.armymwr.com Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Ansbach-CYSS

Katterbach Kaserne Bldg. 5818, Room 105 CIV 09802.83.2098 DSN 467.2098 CELL +49 (0) 162-2708763 Office hours vary, call for information.

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The hottest shows in town While the local towns and cities have a variety of nightlife and restaurant options, you can stay right on post and enjoy some great opportunities to hang out with your friends, catch a show, or enjoy a night of bowling and other fun activities at your local Family and MWR facilities and special events.

Live Entertainment Throughout the year MWR hosts a variety of entertainment to include celebrity tours, bands, children’s shows and comedy. Through partnerships with the Armed Forces Entertainment, USO, and Army Entertainment, we bring you the best of the best. Past shows have included such names as Korn, Drowning Pool, the Harlem Globetrotters and Sesame Street. “No Cost” tickets to shows are issued from MWR Central and the Storck Community Activity Center. Stop by today to see what’s coming up next!

Armed Forces Entertainment (AFE) is the single point-ofcontact with the Department of Defense for providing celebrity and non-celebrity entertainment to US military personnel serving overseas. Armed Forces Entertainment is an Air Force command operation that also services the Army and works jointly with Navy Entertainment. The United Service Organization (USO) is a nonprofit, congressionally chartered, private organization that relies on the generosity of individuals, organizations and corporations to support its activities. The mission of the USO is to lift the spirits of America’s troops and their families.

DESIGNATED DRIVER PROGRAM Be the Designated Driver for your group and your non-alcoholic drinks are on us! Sign up by identifying yourself as the DD to one of our MWR servers, wear the DD bracelet provided to you, and enjoy sodas or coffee all night so you can get your friends home safe. Available at the bowling centers and special events.

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Games!

Special Events

Army Recreation Machine Program

Be a part of your community by attending or even volunteering for the many special events hosted throughout the year. Bring along your neighbor or friend to get involved.

The Army Recreation Machine Program (ARMP) is a government program delivering adult gaming entertainment at your local bowling centers as well as wireless internet opportunities at your Libraries, BOSS centers, Java Café, bowling centers, and for the Warrior in Transition Unit program. ARMP slot machines are fun and pay out thousands of dollars of jack-pots each week! Revenues from gaming machines go back to support many quality of life projects and programs. Eligibility • U.S. ID card holder • 18 years or older • Authorized guest How to play Get a playing card for a $1 deposit from the card machine, and load your card with cash on a game machine. Cards can be used interchangeably at the game rooms at the Storck or Katterbach bowling centers. For winnings under $1,200, the on-site Automated Cash Machine will pay you in cash, for a jack-pot over $1,200, an ARMP technician will meet you to pay your winnings with the option of IRS tax-withholding on the spot.

Shopper’s Bazaar Vendors booths from all over Europe sell Italian leathers, jewelry, baskets, Polish pottery, Belgium chocolates, art, gifts and more! All Tax Free for U.S. ID card holders only, major credit cards and U.S. dollars are accepted. Held annually at Katterbach or Storck Barracks

Holiday Tree Lighting Storck Barracks and Katterbach both light a special holiday tree in early December. The event includes an outdoor ceremony with a special visitor, Santa Claus! Look for live entertainment and delicious refreshments.

Volunteer Recognition Ceremony An annual opportunity to thank the community volunteers. ACS can help you register as a volunteer on-line (see page 49). April is volunteer recognition month. Independence Day Celebration Fourth of July fesitivities • Patriotic fun for Soldiers and Families • Live music and dancing • Beer and Food Stands • Games, dunking booth, rides and more • Fireworks Finale

Katterbach Bowling Center Bldg. 5509 CIV 09802.83.2638 DSN 467.2638 Storck Bowling Center Bldg. 6508 CIV 09841.83.4530 DSN 467.4530 See the inside back cover for complete hours of operation for both facilities. Sesame Street wowed the audience at the Katterbach Fitness Center!

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Movies! The Screening Room

The award-winning Terrace Playhouse Entertainment Program consists of music and theatre activities that support the entire U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach. We are a community theatre and thrive on the support of you, our community volunteers. We don’t just need people on stage we need people to help create the magic of theatre behind the scenes. We need people interested in: stage managing, assistant directing, building, painting, costuming, hair, makeup, lighting, sound, taking tickets, stage crew, serving refreshments and much more. We are always glad to teach and you just might be surprised how much you already know. Terrace Playhouse is a proud member of the American Association of Community Theatres.

Terrace Playhouse

Bleidorn Housing, Bldg. 5091 CIV 09811.83.7636 DSN 467.7636

Other artistic opportunities

“101 Dalmatians KIDS” Nov/Dec 2013

Besides theatre productions, Terrace Playhouse hosts the following recreational activities:

Music Cafe

A chance to play that instrument sitting in your closet gathering dust in an informal atmosphere. There’s no set program, just an opportunity to play music with like-minded friends. No cost.

Play Reading Group

Not ready to get in front of the lights? Read aloud pre-chosen plays and have some fun with the characters. No cost.

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Tickets

Tickets for all Terrace Playhouse productions are available in advance at MWR Central in the Urlas Exchange, by phone (credit card) and at the door if seats are still available.

Recreation Center Storck Community Activity Center Storck Barracks, Bldg. 6510 CIV 09841.83.4714 DSN 467.4714 Recently released movies at no cost to you with special thanks to the Army Family Covenant. Check our website for updated schedule information.

Standard prices

• Adult: $10 • Student: $8 • Family: $30 (2 adults, 2+children)

FlexTicket

A FANTASTIC Season Pass to theatrical entertainment throughout the year. Adult FlexTicket: $40 ($10 savings) Benefits include: • Pay for 4 tickets and get 1 free. • Your tickets are available at Will Call the day of the performance. • Seats are transferable.

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Warrior Zone

Storck Barracks Bldg. 6642 CIV 09841.83.4584 DSN 467.4584 Recently released videos at no cost to you. The Warrior Zone is open to Military members and their authorized guests, 18 years and older. Check our website for updated schedule information.

Bleidorn and Storck Libraries have free movies for home viewing available for checkout.

AAFES Movie Theater Bismarck Kaserne

Army & Air Force Exchange Service (AAFES) has moved to the latest technology found in stateside theaters: Digital high-definition 3D-capable format! For movie listings: http://www.shopmyexchange.com/ReelTimeTheatres/Movies-Katterbach.htm

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When the work day is done... MWR strives to provide Soldiers and their families with the same quality of life afforded the society they protect. With the mission to fulfill and support the Army Family Covenant, MWR created Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS) in 1989 with three components: well-being, community service and recreation/leisure activities.

It’s time to chillax! Warrior Zone on Bismarck

Warrior Zone on Storck

Free Movies at Warrior Zone

Located in the beautifully renovated basement of the Von Steuben Community Center on Bismarck Kaserne, the BOSS Lounge has pool and poker tables, a bar, gaming chairs and meeting space. BOSS meetings are held bi-monthly for Katterbach-centered Soldiers. Not a BOSS Soldier? Ask your unit representative how to get involved in this awesome opportunity to get involved with your Community, travel and enjoy your time in Ansbach outside of work.

Also newly renovated, the Warrior Zone on Storck Barracks is a relaxing home away from home. BOSS meetings are held bi-monthly for Storck-centered Soldiers.

Warrior Zone

Eligibility

The BOSS Lounge is open to Single Service Members and their authorized guests, 18 years and older.

Amenities

• Xbox, Playstation • Pool tables • Air Hockey • Foosball • Darts • Large projector screen • Surround Sound • AFN • DVD/Blu-Ray

Open to Military Members and their authorized guests, 18 years and older. Storck Barracks, Bldg. 6642 CIV 09841.83.4584 DSN 467.4584 Monday–Wednesday...........Closed Thursday...........................6:30–10 p.m. Friday................................5 p.m.–12 a.m. Saturday............................4 p.m.–12 a.m. Sunday..............................4 p.m.–12 a.m. Training Holiday Monday....Open U.S. Holidays ...................Closed

BOSS Center

Bismarck Kaserne, Bldg. 5845 CIV 09802.83.2935 DSN 467.2935 Monday/Tuesday..........Closed Wednesday/Thursday....5–10 p.m. Friday–Sunday.............5 p.m.–12 a.m. U.S. Holidays..............Closed

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Katterbach Bowling Center & Strike Zone Eatery Ansbach Bowling Centers are perfect for exciting family fun, catering to all ages. Centers with similar features and amenities are located on Katterbach and Storck Barracks. Host children’s birthday parties, bring in the teens for cosmic bowling, or host your next unit party or adult get-together here. Both centers offer adult gaming rooms with entertaining slot machines...thousands of dollars in jack-pots are paid out every week! See the Army Recreation Machine Program (ARMP) on page 22 to learn more. Both centers offer complimentary Wi-Fi during your visit. Immerse yourself in a little friendly fun and build a skill to last a lifetime.

The Katterbach Bowling Center has 18 lanes and a Strike Zone themed quick service restaurant. The party room can accommodate approximately 30 guests. Stop by to reserve the space for only $15 and choose from our party packages which include pizza and bowling. Guests who reserve the party room may request to bring in a special cake and ice cream to celebrate with their group. Any other food and beverages are not permitted to be brought into the facility.

Katterbach Bowling Center Strike Zone Eatery

Katterbach Kaserne, Bldg. 5509 CIV 09802.83.2638 DSN 467.2638 Monday/Tuesday............7:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. Wednesday/Thursday.....7:30 a.m.–9 p.m. Friday.......................7:30 a.m.–11 p.m. Saturday...................12–11 p.m. Sunday.....................12–6 p.m. U.S. Holidays............Closed Strike Zone is open until 30 minutes prior to closing time.

Fees

Lunchtime Bowling Monday–Friday..............11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. $1.50/game Open Bowling Adults: $2.75/game Youth: $2.25/game League member practice bowling $1.75/game Cosmic Bowling $15/hour/lane Up to 8 people/lane Shoe Rental all day Adults: $2.00 Youth: $1.75 Rent a locker $4/month or $36/year

Leagues

The Katterbach Bowling Center partners with a league sanctioned by the United States Bowling Congress (USBC) to host a League Night most Wednesdays. To join the league, please contact the bowling center to be connected with the league board. Typically, there are 2-3 leagues per year: summer, fall and winter. The number and length of leagues depends upon the interest of participants and the league members’ voting. Open bowling is not available after 3 p.m. on League Nights to prepare the lanes for the league. For those interested in participating in a league at Storck Barracks, please sign up at the Storck Bowling Center.

When hunger strikes! Strike Zone Eatery In the Katterbach Bowling Center

Fresh, made to order favorites!

Quick Grab-and-Go Options

• Philly Cheese Steaks

• Delicious Chicken Wraps

• Sizzling Double Bacon Cheese Burgers

• Pizza by the slice

• Fresh Chicken Salads with grilled or fried chicken

• Ready in minutes

Delicious Pizzas • Your choice of toppings • For lunch and dinner

Fabulous Coffee Bar • Starbucks espresso beans • Foamy cappuccinos, hot lattes and specialty drinks available • Open early on weekdays

Youth Bowling

Through bowling, young people can learn such skills as balance, hand-eye coordination, teamwork and more. The “youth” bowling age is 17 and under at both bowling centers making bowling a fun and inexpensive activity for families. To comply with the Army child supervision policy, children in the 5th grade or younger must always be supervised by a parent or guardian while visiting the centers. To get your child involved in the Child, Youth, and School Services Youth Bowling program, contact Parent Central Services to learn more and to sign up.

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Made just for you! Primo’s Express In the Storck Bowling Center Try a delicious Primo’s brand calzone made fresh right when you order. Personal sized pizzas, hot grilled paninis, and buffalo wings are just some of the items to choose from. For a healthy option we also offer crisp garden and chicken salads.

Storck Bowling Center & Primo’s Express With 8 lanes and a Primo’s themed quick service restaurant this location offers a more private party room which can be reserved in conjunction with bowling or as a comfortable meeting space to get away from the office. The Java Café offers coffee packages for your meeting which include pastries and also “to-go” boxes of coffee. The party room can accommodate approximately 30-40 guests. Stop by to reserve the room for only $15 and choose from our party packages which include bowling, pizza and a variety of coffee and snacks. Guests who reserve the party room may request to bring in a special cake and ice cream to celebrate with their group. Any other food and beverages are not permitted to be brought into the facility or meeting room.

Storck Bowling Center Primo’s Express

Storck Barracks, Bldg. 6508 CIV 09841.83.4530 DSN 467.4530 Mo/Wo/Th/Fr............ 11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. Mo/We/Th............... 5–8 p.m. Friday..................... 5–9 p.m. Saturday/Sunday..... 2–8 p.m. Tuesday/U.S. Holidays: Closed Primo’s is open until 1 hour prior to closing time.

Fees

Lunchtime Bowling Mon/Wed/Thu/Fri.........11:30 a.m.–1:30 p.m. $1.50/game Open Bowling Adults: $2.75/game Youth: $2.25/game League member practice bowling $1.75/game Cosmic Bowling $15/hour/lane Up to 8 people/lane Shoe Rental all day Adults: $2.00 Youth: $1.75

Bumper Bowling

Fun for everyone! Anyone can knock down pins with the bumpers up! Just ask the bowling center attendant to engage the bumpers, or request bumpers on your party room contract. At Storck, the bumpers can be activated automatically through the console allowing the option of bumpers or no bumpers for each bowler on the same lane. At Katterbach, the bumpers must be activated for the lane for all bowlers on that lane.

Party Central

Unit party? Birthday party? FRG Meeting? Use our party room and leave the pizza to us! • Room rental: $15. A room is available at Storck Bowling Center and space is available at Katterbach Bowling Center. • Enjoy discounted pizza, bowling and shoe rental • Bring your own cake and decorations! • Lane bumpers make it fun for all ages.

Army Recreation Machine Program

Available for U.S. ID card holders and their authorized guests, 18 years and older. See page 22 for details.

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Get your motor running!

Hunting, Fishing & Sport Shooting

Our Urlas & Storck Automotive Skills Centers offer a professionally-operated and outfitted do-it-yourself maintenance and repair facility for our community. Shop patrons can develop mechanical, technical and problem-solving skills applicable to all military occupational specialties. Attendance at a safety briefing is required before using the centers but it’s an easy, first step to personal car care.

We offer a full program with guidance and certifications needed to experience Europe’s vast sporting opportunities. Guided and un-guided hunts can be arranged with our Outdoor Recreation, Hunting, Fishing & Sport Shooting (HFSS) Coordinator. We have a robust fishing program headquartered at our very own Soldiers Lake located near Shipton Kaserne and Urlas Housing as well as being able to provide sport shooting and unit function opportunities including skeet and trap, 100 meter rifle, running boar, pistol range and archery.

Urlas Automotive Skills Center

Storck Automotive Skills Center

Monday............... Closed Tuesday–Friday..... 10 a.m.–8 p.m. Saturday/Sunday.. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. U.S. Holidays....... Closed

Monday/Friday......... 12–8 p.m. Saturday/Sunday..... 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Tue/Wed/Thu........... Closed U.S. Holidays.......... Closed

Amenities

Amenities

Urlas Housing, Bldg. 8130 CIV 09802.83.2753 DSN 467.2753

• Towing: $40 plus $1.50/km • Snap On Tools • Self Help • Classes • Tire Repair • Salvage yard • Automatic and self car wash • Dog Wash • Car Vaccuum

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Lift bay: $6/hr Flat bay: $2/hr Power and specialty tools: $1/hr Tire Mounting: $10-12 Wheel Balancing: $3/tire Wheel Washer: $4/tire Battery Charge: $5 Battery, Starter, Charging system test: $10 Brake test: $15 Computer diagnostic scan: $20 Vehicle disposal: $65 Jump Start: $15 plus mileage Change tire: $20 plus mileage Dog Wash: $5/10 minutes Car Wash: by tokens

Storck Barracks, Bldg. 6541 CIV 09841.83.4608 DSN 467.4608

• Towing: $40 plus $1.50/km • Snap On Tools • Self Help • Classes • Tire Repair • Salvage yard

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Lift bay: $6/hr Flat bay: $2/hr Power and specialty tools: $1/hr Tire Mounting: $10-12 Wheel Balancing: $3/tire Wheel Washer: $4/tire Battery Charge: $5 Battery, Starter, Charging system test: $10 Brake test: $15 Computer diagnostic scan: $20 Vehicle disposal: $65 Jump Start: $15 plus mileage Change tire: $20 plus mileage Inside Storage: $4/day Hydraulic Press: $5 Welding: $10/20 min, $25/60 min

Need your car or dog washed? Check out page 45 for great options!

Hunting, Fishing & Sport Shooting Outdoor Recreation Katterbach Kaserne, Bldg. 5807 CIV 09802.82.3225 DSN 467.3225

Monday–Friday..... 11:30 a.m.–6 p.m. U.S. Holidays: Closed

Hunting in Ansbach and Abroad

All guided local and exotic hunts can be booked by request through your HFSS Club. Whether you want to hunt a German Roe Deer or an African Buffalo we can make it happen. Contact Outdoor Recreation for more information.

Fishing at Soldiers Lake

Soldiers Lake is stocked each month so check out the events! 3-day Fishing Courses Earn your German fishing license while you’re stationed overseas. • $65 plus club membership • Sign up at Outdoor Recreation • Deadline: 1 week prior to the course • March, April, July Monthly and Special Event Fishing • 6:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. • Second Saturday of the month • $15 and fishing license required • Contact Outdoor Recreation for details Youth Fishing Events • Partnerships with American Legion and VFW • June and August • No cost, equipment provided • For ages 6-16 Annual Soldiers Lake Invitational The lake will be stocked with at least 350 kilos of fresh fish! • 2 poles, no fish limit • $15 and fishing license required • Trophies to top angler • BBQ Cod Fishing on the Baltic Sea Experience German fishing at its finest! On-site instructor available. • September 2014 • 3 nights, breakfast, lunch, fishing • Sign up at Outdoor Recreation

Fishing Fees and Rental

Annual Fishing Permits ..... $240 Club Membership ............. $15/year ....................................... $45/lifetime Daily Fishing Permits ........ $15 Event Permits ................... $15 Rental Daily Weekend Weekly Pavilion Area ......... $85.....$120 w/grill Volleyball Area ....... $35.....$60 Fire Pit ................. $10.....$20 Carp Rod .............. $5.......$10...... $30 Spinning Rod ........ $5.......$10...... $30 • All equipment must be returned clean and serviceable or a daily fee will be assessed • Camping is authorized with any area rental • No open fires • A valid German Fishing License and permit is required to fish at Soldiers Lake Soldiers Lake 2014 Closed Dates May 7-10, June 11-14, July 4-12, August 6-9, September 10-13, October 1-4 Daily Fishing Limits Combination per day: 4 Trout, 2 Carp, or 1 Walleye. Not to exceed a total of 4 fish. No limit on Whitefish.

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Not just for breakfast! Java Café

Settle in for your morning cup of joe or stop

Near the Storck Bowling Center Bldg. 6508 CIV 09841.83.4531 DSN 467.4531

in anytime for a quick pick-me-up. We proudly serve Starbucks lattes, cappuccinos, cool

Monday–Friday.....7:30 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturday..............Closed Sunday................11 a.m.–3 p.m. U.S. Holidays.......Closed

tries all day. A large table that seats 8 people

blended drinks, and a variety of wraps and pascomfortably is a great place to hold a meeting or informal get-together.

Get your creative juices flowing Our friendly Arts & Crafts staff on Barton Barracks will help you with a variety of services, self-help programs and classes. Also, our Recreation Center in the Storck Community Activity Center has a wonderful craft room which allows you to get fully engaged in your creative endeavors.

Arts & Crafts Center

Recreation Center

Barton Barracks, Bldg. 5262 CIV 09811.83.7627 DSN 468.7627

Storck Community Activity Center Third Floor Storck Barracks, Bldg. 6510 CIV 09841.83.4714 DSN 467.4714

Wed/Thu/Fri................ 12–8 p.m. Saturday..................... 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Sun/Mon/Tue............... Closed U.S. Holidays.............. Closed

Tuesday–Friday............ 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturday/Sunday......... By reservation Monday...................... Closed U.S. Holidays.............. Closed

Amenities • • • • •

Arts & Crafts room Paint your own pottery Game room Dance floor Theatre stage

The Screening Room

• No-cost, recently released movies

Services

• Custom framing • Digitally cut mats • Custom laser engraving • Canvas stretching • Drymounting and laminating • Embroidery

Programs • • • • • •

Walk-in paint your own pottery Walk-in make and take crafts Framing certification class Woodshop certification class Walk-in self-help Rent the center for your next party

Eligibility

We proudly serve Starbucks weekdays at 7:30 a.m.!

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Get fit! Don’t quit! The Katterbach and Storck Fitness Centers offer a wide variety of programs and services including intramural sports, massage therapy, personal trainers and group exercise classes. Both centers participate in the Chief of Staff of the Army’s Sports Initiative as well as the Commander’s Cup Program. We offer each of the 5 Core Sports: basketball, softball, volleyball, flag football and soccer. Other activities include: racquetball, dodgeball and fun runs to name just a few.

Katterbach Fitness Center Katterbach Kaserne, Bldg. 5509 CIV 09802.83.2771 DSN 467.2771 Monday-Friday...........5:30 a.m.–9 p.m. Saturday/Sunday.......9 a.m.–5 p.m. Training Holiday Fri....12-7 p.m. Training Holidays.......9 a.m.–7 p.m. U.S. Holidays............9 a.m.–5 p.m. Christmas Day/New Year’s Day: Closed Aerobic classes are not offered on Training or U.S. Holidays.

Group Classes

Sports equipment is available For use at the center

Katterbach Massage Therapy

Contact the center for more information and to schedule an appointment.

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Available at both Katterbach and Storck Fitness Centers: professional and certified trainers. Individual Session Packages Assessment Fee............... $25 1 Session........................ $35 4 Sessions.................... $140 8 Sessions.................... $240 12 Sessions.................. $300 Buddy System Packages Limited to 2 people Price listed is per person

$4/class Get the loyalty card: $80 (20 visits and 5 more free)

Thai........................ 60 .............................. 90 Thai Foot................. 90 Pre-Natal................. 30 .............................. 60 Sports Massage........ 30

Personal Training

$80 $110 $90 $40 $60 $35

1 Session........................ $30 4 Sessions...................... $25 8 Sessions................. $22.50 12 Sessions.................... $20

Authorized usage

• U.S. ID Card holders • Authorized guests • The Katterbach Fitness Center complies with AR 215-1 in regards to children in fitness facilities. For clarifi cation, contact your center. • A children’s play area in the Cardiovascular Room for parents to utilize while they exercise on the cardio machines.

Storck Fitness Center Storck Barracks, Bldg. 6504 CIV 09841.83.4582 DSN 467.4582 Monday-Friday...........5:30 a.m.–9 p.m. Saturday/Sunday.......10 a.m.–6 p.m. Training Holidays.......10 a.m.–6 p.m. Training Holiday Fri....12-6 p.m. U.S. Holidays............10 a.m.–6 p.m. Christmas Day/New Year’s Day: Closed Aerobic classes are not offered on Training or U.S. Holidays.

Group Classes

$4/class Get the loyalty card: $80 (20 visits and 5 more free)

Sports equipment is available For use at the center

Personal Training

Also available at Storck Barracks. Please see information on the previous page.

Storck Massage Therapy

• Contact the center for more information and to schedule an appointment. • For aroma therapy, pregnancy and hot stone massages there is an extra charge.

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Check it out! The Library System consists of a main library at Bleidorn Housing Area and a branch Library at Storck Barracks. The library provides for the educational, informational and recreational needs of the community. Books, DVDs, video games, audio books, magazines and newspapers are available. The U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach Library System is part of a network of U.S. Army Libraries in Europe, consisting of 21 main and branch libraries in Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Italy. The homepage of the U.S. Army Europe Library System, including an online catalog, announcements, special events, and other items of interest, can be found at this link: http://www.library.eur.army.mil/

Bleidorn Library

Storck Library

Bleidorn Housing, Bldg. 5083

Storck Barracks, Bldg. 6503

Monday....................Closed Tuesday....................10 a.m.-8 p.m. Wednesday–Friday.....10 a.m.–7 p.m. Saturday/Sunday.......11 a.m.–6 p.m. U.S. Holidays............Closed

Monday....................Closed Tuesday–Friday..........10 a.m.–6 p.m. Saturday...................Closed Sunday.....................10 a.m.–5 p.m. U.S. Holidays............Closed

Events

Events

Eligibility

Eligibility

Amenities

Amenities

CIV 09811.83.1740 DSN 468.1740

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Story Time Summer Reading Program Book Clubs Library orientation

• For U.S. ID card holders • Military personnel and family members • U.S. civilian employees and family members • U.S. retirees with installation access • • • • • • • • • •

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35,000 item library collection Reference and research assistance 10 internet computers Interlibrary loan service Meeting rooms Young adult room Children’s room Special Military Reading Room Travel guides Spanish language books and recordings

CIV 09841.83.4675 DSN 467.4675

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Story Time Summer Reading Program Book Clubs Library orientation

• For U.S. ID card holders • Military personnel and family members • U.S. civilian employees and family members • U.S. retirees with installation access • • • • • • • •

20,000 item library collection Reference and research assistance 8 internet computers Interlibrary loan service Young adult room Children’s room Travel guides Spanish language books and recordings

Get registered!

Once registered you will have access to print and multimedia materials from all U.S. Army libraries in Europe as well as a wealth of online information and downloadable content. Eligibility You must have U.S. Army MWR privileges (check your identification card for this) and one of the following ID cards (unless under 10): Department of Defense ID, installation pass (accompanied with garrison commander authorization), foreign military ID or State Department ID. Note: You must be older than 18 to register. Those under 18 must be registered by the sponsor or the sponsor’s spouse. Submit your registration form Complete a registration form at your library and understand the policies for material responsibility and computer use. Submit the form in person to your local library. Approval Your eligibility will be verified and a patron account will be created.

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Priceless photo ops! We know you didn’t come to Europe to be a couch potato! Outdoor Recreation will take you to places you’ve only dreamed about: Paris, Chamonix, Slovenia, Italy, Austria and places in-between. All in the comfort of our luxury touring bus equipped with A/C, onboard bathroom, free Wi-Fi, reclining seats and movies.

Outdoor Recreation Katterbach Kaserne, Bldg. 5807 CIV 09802.83.3225 DSN 467.3225 Monday–Friday.......... 11:30 a.m.–6 p.m. U.S. Holidays............ Closed

Travel

• Destination sightseeing trips • Shopping trips in and outside of Germany • Trips to amusement parks • Water skiing/wakeboarding trips • Canoeing/kayaking/camping trips

Outdoor Adventure • • • • • • • • •

Ski and snowboard instruction provided by certified instructors Water sports programs including white water rafting/canyoning trips Overnight hiking trips Sunset paddle trips to a local river Biking trips Deep sea fishing Rock climbing A regularly-stocked fishing lake, where camping is also offered. German-sanctioned hunting and fishing courses for community members to obtain their licenses and enable them to hunt and fish while stationed here in Germany

Equipment Rental

We have a vast array of equipment rentals including skis, snowboards, bicycles, canoes, kayaks, camping, yard games, fest tables, bouncy castles and more. We make sure all our equipment is ready to go as well as offering you full maintenance service for your personal skis, snowboards and bicycles.

Unit Level PT

Tired of the same old PT run around the air field? With advance notice we can provide your unit an alternative including a mountain biking physical training program to help Commanders maintain unit readiness.

Paintball

The Paintball Field is located at Urlas directly across the street from the Exchange mall and is open every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month, May through October. Participants must be U.S. ID card holders, at least 16 years old, Local National guests must be at least 18. All equipment and paint is available on site. We can also accommodate special events and parties for groups, prior reservation is required.

Warrior Adventure Quest (WAQ)

The WAQ program is a free of charge, DA-sponsored, high adventure, adrenaline program for all redeploying soldiers.

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Services, amenities and then some MWR Central In the Urlas Exchange Mall

CIV 09802.83.1780 DSN 467.1780 Monday–Friday................ 10 a.m.–5 p.m. Saturday......................... 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Training Holiday Fri.......... 12-5 p.m. U.S. Holidays.................. Closed

MWR Central offers you Tax relief services, theatre and event ticket sales and a central location for information about all of our Family and MWR facilities and services available in the U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach community.

Tax Relief

Did you know that you can save money when making purchases off-base? The U.S. Forces Value-Added Tax (VAT) Relief Support program provides eligible participants relief from the German Value-Added Taxes on purchases such as groceries, clothing, furniture, electronics, and car repair. Additionally, for those living off-post, taxes can be saved on your monthly utility bill. The use of VAT forms is a great way to save money on purchases. Please visit MWR Central today to pick up forms and learn more about the program. For additional information: www. ansbach.armymwr.com/index.php/europe/ ansbach/programs/value-added-tax/

Box Office

MWR Central is the place to get your special event and Terrace Playhouse productions tickets as well as Outdoor Recreation and BOSS trip tickets.

Family and MWR Info

MWR Central can fill you in on what’s happening and where to go in and around U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach. Our friendly staff is available to answer your questions.

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Ansbach Army Lodging, Brainard Hall Urlas Housing, Bldg 8152 CIV 09802.83.7014 DSN 467.7014 Open 24 hours every day. Army Lodging Hospitality Programs is passionate about providing quality hotel accommodations to America’s Soldiers, Families, Retirees, and civilians. Army Lodging is your choice for official and leisure travel. Our guests include Department of Defense travelers on official business, as well as military members and their Families traveling on Permanent Change of Station orders. Leisure travel available to U.S. ID card holders on a space available basis.

Reservations

Reservations are taken 24 hours a day. For reservations and information, contact the hotel directly. Ansbach Army Lodging offers a variety of accommodations for our service members; • 19 Family suites 1 is an ADA handicap accessible • 6 standard rooms • 1 extended stay standard room • Pet friendly rooms available

Check In/Check Out

Check in time is 2 p.m. and check out time is 11 a.m.

Room Amenities

• 2 flat screen LCD televisions in suites • 2 DVD players in the suites • Reclining chair or pull out couch • Suites have table with 4 chairs • Desks with power and internet connection • Iron, Full-size ironing board • Blow dryer • Private restroom with tub/shower • All suites include: full private kitchen, a dishwasher, microwave oven, refrigerator, coffee pot, sink, dinner- ware, pots and pan, flatware and bake ware. • Please note that electricity is 220 volts only. Transformers are available.

Common Areas • Wireless internet throughout the facility for guest use • Guest laundry room • DSN phone line access • Fitness room with standard exercise equipment • Sunrise continental breakfast 7-10 a.m. • Coffee, hot chocolate and tea available 24 hours a day to hotel guests • Public restroom • Luggage storage • Business services available to guests • Elevator • AAFES operated vending machines

Room Payments

A credit card must be on file to guarantee reservation past 6 p.m. on date of arrival and is required at check in. All guest accounts must be settled upon checkout. Long term TDY and PCS guests pay every 10 days. Service member Families on Army Transient Lodging allowance must submit appropriate paperwork prior to check out or will be charged for their stay.

Clean your car... and your dog! Car Washes Automotive Skills Center Urlas

Bldg. 8130, Urlas Housing CIV 09802.83.2753, DSN 467.2753 Tuesday–Friday........... 10 a.m.–8 p.m. Saturday/Sunday........ 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Monday..................... Closed U.S. Holidays............. Closed The automatic car washes are available only during regular hours of operation. There are 8 car wash programs ranging in price from $3 to $10. One dollar tokens are available at the center’s customer service desk during operational hours. A wand wash and vaccum is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week through $1 tokens purchased at the onsite machine.

Storck Barracks

Located near Area Hangar 6500. CIV 09841.83.4608, DSN 467.4608 The coin-operated wand wash is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and accepts U.S. quarters.

Dog Wash Automotive Skills Center Urlas

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Community Centers draw you in Storck Community Activity Center (Storck CAC) Storck Barracks, Bldg. 6510 The recently renovated Storck Community Activity Center contains a variety of programs including: • Movies • Recreation Center • Army Community Service • Tax Relief

Recreation Center

Army Community Service

Third Floor

Monday–Thursday....... 8 a.m.–5 p.m. Friday........................ 12–5 p.m. U.S. Holidays............. Closed CIV 09841.83.4555 DSN 467.4555

Tuesday–Friday............... 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Mon/U.S. Holidays.......... Closed Sat/Sun......................... By reservation CIV 09841.83.4714 DSN 467.4714

The Recreation Center provides a number of amenities such as conference rooms • Rooms are at no cost during operational available for rent, games, activities and special events. hours. • Outside of operational hours (to include • Community-wide programs • Meeting space Saturday and Sunday): $15/hour and • Indoor activities by reservation only. • To reserve space: CIV 09841.83.4714, • Crafts DSN 467.4714

Reservations

Screening Room

Enjoy no-cost, recently released movies in comfortable movie style seating. For an updated movie schedule: www.facebook. com/StorckCAC

ACS provides comprehensive, coordinated and responsive readiness service to support Commanders, Soldiers, Civilians and Families. For complete information, see page 5.

Other Storck CAC tenants

Social Work Services Army Substance Abuse Program Women, Infants and Children (WIC) American Red Cross

Von Steuben Community Center Bismarck Kaserne, Bldg. 5845 Monday–Friday........ 7:30 a.m.–4:30 p.m. U.S. Holidays.......... Closed CIV 09802.83.1780 DSN 467.1780 The Von Steuben Community Center hosts the Family and MWR headquarters, BOSS Lounge and is also a fantastic facility available for rental for your next meeting, conference or other special event. Amenities include: • Ballroom and meeting rooms • Free Wi-FI • Unit Funds and Private Organization Liaison Representative

Reservations

• Rooms are at no cost during opera- tional hours for functions that are official in nature. • Outside of operational hours: $15/hour. • To reserve space: CIV 09802.83.1780 DSN 467.1780

Having a party? Think of us! MWR has many opportunities to help you host your next unit event, birthday party, gathering or celebration. • Von Steuben Community Center • Storck Community Activity Center • Katterbach and Storck Bowling Centers • Soldiers Lake Gazebo • Urlas Paintball Field Outdoor Recreation has a wide variety of items and equipment to complete a fun package, from fest tables to bouncy castles, from tents to snowboard equipment.

Tax Relief

Monday–Friday............... 10 a.m.–4 p.m. U.S. Holidays................. Closed Friday Training Holidays.. 12-4 p.m. CIV 09841.83.4553 DSN 467.4553 For information about the tax relief program please call or see page 43.

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Get Involved

The strength of U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach lies in its Soldiers and the strength of this Army community lies in the

Volunteer! It’s fun!

If your goal is to help others and have some quality time away from home, volunteering can be most rewarding. Every volunteer (including youth volunteers) are required to be registered on www.myarmyonesource.com. Your next opportunity awaits you, so visit today and search available positions!

talents and contributions of its members.

Easy steps to register:

increasing self-reliance, and enhancing

The Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS) was developed to give the Army a real-time snapshot of volunteer activities at any given time, at any given installation. You may search for volunteer opportunities; log your hours, and document training and awards all on one site. Best of all, the information travels with you when you PCS or ETS and provides you with a complete volunteer history whether you are just tracking your volunteer activities or using the information to search for employment. Remember all volunteer hours must be tracked through the VMIS System. For further information, please call the Army Volunteer Corps office at CIV 09802.83.2374/2883, DSN 467.2374/2883.

Access the VMIS site Log on to: www. myarmyonesource.com • Click on Volunteer Tools (upper right hand corner). • Now you should see the page that says “I am looking for volunteer opportuni ties.” • Click on switch to OCONUS. • Click on the map where it says Germany. • Go to the bottom of this page and filter by organization, change the record page to 200, apply filter it’s easier to find positions this way. • Select a position you are interested in, and then click to apply at the bottom of the page. • (If you are a first time user, you must register first, follow the steps below to pply. Register (for 1st time users) • Click on the Registration for this site ( upper right hand corner ) • Complete the registration information. • Click continue. • Verify Information, click Register at the bottom of the right hand corner. • Screen will show “Registration Com- plete” and Thank you for registering” You have been pre approved and logged into the site. • Click on Continue (returns to home page) Apply for a position (once registered) • Follow the steps above, then: • Position description will open on the screen.

Volunteerism stabilizes our community by contributing to community cohesion,

the well-being of our Soldiers and their families. The Army relies on volunteers to contribute to the well-being of Soldiers, civilians and families.

• Scroll to bottom and click on submit. • Screen will say Volunteer Application sent. • Screen will say what would you like to do next? • An email will be sent to the Organiza- tion Point of Contact (OPOC) who must approve your application in VMIS before you can begin logging volunteer hours. Log in your hours • Log in to myarmyonesource.com • Click on LOG IN at the top of the page. • Click on VOLUNTEER TOOLS (upper right hand corner). • Click on Volunteer Activity. • All positions you are registered for are under this tab. • To enter for current month, select day, then Add for Open Dates. • To enter historical hours, select period, and Add for Period.

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Join a Private Organization!

Join MWR as a Professional!

Bldg. 5845, Bismarck Kaserne Monday–Friday..................... 8 a.m.–5 p.m. U.S. Holidays....................... Closed CIV 09802.83.7224, DSN 467.7224

Civilian Personnel Advisory Center Barton Barracks Bldg. 5254 Monday–Friday.................. 8 a.m.–5 p.m. U.S. Holidays.................... Closed CIV 09811.83.7822, DSN 468.7822

Private Organizations provide community members a great opportunity for social interaction, educational pursuits, and professional development while contributing to the morale, well-being, and quality of life of our community. To find more information about any of the organizations listed below, please contact the Private Organization Program Manager. Private Organizations currently authorized to operate on the U.S. Army Garrison Ansbach are listed below: • American Legion Department of France Post • American Red Cross • Ansbach Spouses’ and Civilians’ Club (ASCC) • Army Aviation Association of America (AAAA) • Back2Basic • Boys and Girls Scouts of America Troops in Ansbach and Illesheim • Club Beyond Booster Club • Illesheim Spouses’ and Civilians’ Club (ISCC) • Katterbach Lanes Mixed Bowling Club • Kingz Motorcycle Club • Masonic Lodges Betty L.Simmons Guild #10 C.D.Dewberry Chapter #35 Charles R. Trawrick Lodge Herman E. Bradley Military Lodge #74 J. Ruth Roberts Chapter #22 John A. Caldwell Consistory #341 Light of Three Stars MAS Lodge #963 Martin Luther King Military Lodge #151 Shining Star Chapter #89 Shing Star Assembly #341 Thebes Court #191 WKW Military Lodge • New Hope Ministries • Parent Teacher Student Associations: Ansbach Elementary Ansbach Middle High School Illesheim Elementary Rainbow Wlementary • Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) • Warrant Officer Association Ansbach Chapter

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Family and MWR is a great career with positions around the globe. Supporting Soldier and Families is one of the most rewarding jobs you can find. We are always hiring for many different positions throughout MWR to include: • Child and youth care providers • Recreation Aids and Assistants in our bowling centers, fitness centers and other facilities. • Food service workers in our Strike Zone, Primo’s and Java Café operations.

Apply today! usajobs.gov

Photo above: Famly and MWR employees

Start your career with Family and MWR Flexible Schedule Great Benefits On the Job Training Apply today! www.usajobs.gov

Recreation Center COMMUNITY ACTIVITY CENTER Y COMMUNITY SERVICE ARM

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Family & Morale, Welfare & Recreation Thank you to our partners:

Army MWR offers

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Ansbach Arts & Crafts Barton Barracks Bldg. 5262 09811.83.7627 / 468.7627 We/Th/F.............12-8 p.m. Sa.....................10 a.m.-6 p.m. Su/M/Tu............Closed U.S. Holidays......Closed ansbachartscrafts@eur.army.mil Army Community Service (ACS) Katterbach Kaserne Bldg. 5817A 09802.83.2883 / 467.2883 Mo - Th.............8 a.m.-5 p.m. Fr......................12-5 p.m. U.S. Holidays....Closed Storck Barracks Bldg. 6510 09841.83.4555 / 467.4555 Mo - Th.............8 a.m.-5 p.m. Fr......................12-5 p.m. U.S. Holidays....Closed Ansbach Army Lodging Brainard Hall, Urlas Housing Bldg. 8152 09802.83.7014 / 467.7014 Every day...........24 hour service Army Recreation Machine Program Gaming Area ARMP at Katterbach Bowling Center Hours are the same as Katterbach Bowling Center facility hours. ARMP at Storck Bowling Center M/W/Th.............7:30 a.m.-8 p.m. Fr......................7:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Sat/Sun.............2-8 p.m. Tu.....................7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. U.S. Holidays....Closed Automotive Skills, Salvage Yard Car Wash & Dog Wash, Urlas Urlas Housing Bldg. 8130 09802.83.2753 / 467.2753 Tue-Fri..............10 a.m.-8 p.m. Sa/Su................10 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon..................Closed U.S. Holidays....Closed Automotive Skills Storck Storck Barracks Bldg. 6541 09841.83.4608 / 467.4608 Mo/Fr................12-8 p.m. Sa/Su................10 a.m.-6 p.m Tu/We/Th...........Closed U.S. Holidays....Closed BOSS Bismarck Kaserne Bldg. 5845 09802.83.2935 / 467.2935 Mo/Tu...............Closed We/Th..............5-10 p.m. Fr/Sa/Su...........5 p.m.-12 a.m. U.S. Holidays...Closed

Bowling Centers Katterbach Bowling Center & Strike Zone Restaurant, Bldg 5509 09802.83.2638 / 467.2638 Mo/Tu...............7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. We/Th..............7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.

CYSS SKIES Unlimited

(Wednesday League Night, no open bowling)

Katterbach Kaserne Bldg. 5911 09802.83.2395 / 467.2395 09802.83.2588 / 467.2588 Mo - Th................... 2:30-6 p.m. Fr............................ 2:30-9 p.m. School out days ......... 1-6 p.m. 1st Sa..................... 1-6 p.m. U.S. Holidays.......... Closed Select Training Holidays: Closed Storck Barracks Bldg. 6706 09841.83.4066 / 467.4066 Mo - Fr.................... 2:30-6 p.m. Fr............................ 2:30-9 p.m. School out days ......... 1-6 p.m. 3rd Sa..................... 1-6 p.m. U.S. Holidays.......... Closed Select Training Holidays: Closed CYSS Youth Sports and Fitness

Fr.....................7:30 a.m.-11 p.m. Sa....................12-11 p.m. Su....................12-6 p.m. U.S. Holidays Closed Strike Zone’s kitchen closes 30 min prior.

Storck Barracks Bowling Center & Primo’s Express Restaurant Bldg 6508 09841.83.4530 / 467.4530 M/W/Th/F.........11:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. M/W/Th............5-8 p.m. Fri....................5-9 p.m. Sa/Su...............2-8 p.m. Tu....................Closed U.S. Holidays... Closed Primo’s kitchen closes 1 hr before facility.

CYSS Parent Central Services

Webtrac: https://webtrac.mwr.army.mil/ webtrac/ansbachcyms.html.

Katterbach Kaserne Bldg. 5818 Room 103 09802.83.2533 / 2531 467.2533 / 2531 Mo - Th............ 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Fr..................... 12-5 p.m. U.S. Holidays... Closed Storck Barracks Bldg. 6706 09841.83.4880 / 467.4880 Mo - Th............ 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Fr.......................12-5 p.m. U.S. Holidays......Closed CYSS Child Development and School Age Centers For registration and enrollments, see “Parent Central Services.”

Katterbach Kaserne Bldg. 9028 09802.83.2828 / 467.2828 09802.83.2632 / 467.2632 Mo - Fr............. 5:45 a.m.-6 p.m. U.S. Holidays... Closed Storck Barracks Bldg. 6707 09841.83.4505 / 467.4505 09841.83.4733 / 467.4733 09841.83.4423 / 467.4423 Mo - Fr............. 5:45 a.m.-6 p.m. U.S. Holidays... Closed CYSS Family Child Care For registration and enrollments, see “Parent Central Services”.

CYSS School Liaison Officer Katterbach Kaserne 5818 09802.83.2098 / 467.2098 Hours and times vary.

For registration and enrollments, see “Parent Central Services”.

CYSS Youth Centers

For registration and enrollments, see “Parent Central Services.”

For registration and enrollments, see “Parent Central Services”.

Fitness Centers Katterbach Kaserne Bldg. 5805 09802.83.2771 / 467.2771 Mo - Fr.................... 5:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Sa/Su...................... 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Training Holidays..... 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Training Hol Fr......... 12-7 p.m. U.S. Holidays.......... 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Christmas Day......... Closed New Year’s Day........ Closed Storck Barracks Bldg. 6504 09841.83.4582 / 467.4582 Mo - Fr.................... 5:30 a.m.-9 p.m. Sa/Su...................... 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Training/U.S. Holidays.. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Training Hol Fr......... 12-6 p.m. Christmas Day......... Closed New Year’s Day........ Closed Java Café Near the Storck Bowling Center Storck Barracks Bldg.6508 09841.83.4531 / 467.4531 Mo - Fr.................... 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Sa........................... Closed Su........................... 11 a.m.-3 p.m. U.S. Holidays.......... Closed Libraries Bleidorn Housing Bldg. 5083 09811.83.1740 / 468.1740 Mo.......................... CLOSED Tu........................... 10 a.m.-8 p.m. We - Fr ................... 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Sa/Su...................... 11 a.m.-6 p.m U.S. Holidays.......... Closed

Storck Barracks Bldg. 6503 09841.83.4675 / 467.4675 Mo ......................... Closed Tu - Fr .................... 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Sa........................... Closed Su........................... 10 a.m.-5 p.m. U.S. Holidays.......... Closed MWR Central Urlas Exchange Mall 09802.83.1780 / 467.1780 Mo - Fr.................... 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sa........................... 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Fr Training Holidays. 12-5 p.m. U.S. Holidays.......... Closed Outdoor Recreation & Soldiers Lake Katterbach Kaserne Bldg. 5807 09802.83.3225 / 467.3225 Mo - Fr.................... 11:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Storck Community Activity Center (CAC) Storck Barracks Bldg. 6510 Mo - Fr ................... 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Recreation Center, Third Floor 09841.83.4714 / 467.4714 Tu - F...................... 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Sa/Su...................... By reservation Mo.......................... Closed U.S. Holidays.......... Closed Tax Relief Office (VAT) See “MWR Central”

Storck CAC Bldg. 6510 09841.83.4553 / 467.4553 Mo - Fr.................... 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Fr Training Holidays. 12-4 p.m. U.S. Holidays.......... Closed Terrace Playhouse Bleidorn Housing Bldg. 5091 0981.183.7636 / 468.7636 Von Steuben Community Center Bismarck Kaserne Bldg.5845 09802.83.1780 / 467.1780 Mo-Fr...................... 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m. U.S. Holidays.......... Closed Warrior Zone Storck Barracks Bldg. 6642 09841.83.4584 / 467.4584 Mo-We.................... Closed Th........................... 6:30-10 p.m. Fr............................ 5 p.m.-12 a.m. Sa........................... 4 p.m.-12 a.m. Su........................... 4 p.m.-12 a.m. Training Holiday Mon: Open U.S. Holidays ......... Closed

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