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Fort Benning’s Family & MWR mission is to provide exceptional and diverse Family and MWR programs and services that enrich the quality of life for all who serve.

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The Easter Bunny returns to Riverside April 4 for the annual KIA Spring Eggstravaganza! This free event, which is held on the lawn of the Commanding General’s home, includes egg hunts for ages 18 months to 10 years, a meet-and-greet with the Easter Bunny, games, prizes, crafts and more. The fun starts at 10am, and egg hunts are scheduled until noon. The event ends at 1pm. Riverside is located at the intersection of Vibbert Avenue and Lumpkin Road. Check Benning.armymwr.com for a detailed egg hunt schedule. EGG HUNT SCHEDULE: 10:05am • 18 months - 2 years old Egg Hunt (1 Parent allowed in the hunt area) 10:30am • 3-4 year olds Egg Hunt 10:45am • EFMP Pre-School and under Egg Hunt 11:00am • 5-6 year olds Egg Hunt 11:15am • EFMP Elementary and up Egg Hunt 11:30am • 7-8 year olds Egg Hunt 12:00pm • 9-10 year olds Egg Hunt Before the Eggstravaganza, join us at 8am at Doughboy Stadium for the 5K Bunny Run, the third race in our annual 5K Fun Run Series. Participants earn one part of a five-medal set. The cost is $15 for adults and $10 for kids 5 and younger. (Mom and Dad can run with kids for free, or kids can run with parents free, no medal will be issued for participants who do not register. Courses are stroller friendly.) Register for one race at a time at Smith Fitness Center or bennin.armymwr.com. For more information, call 706-329-1034. 3 | On the Go | benning.armymwr.com


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FORT BENNING

will host the seventh annual Fort Benning Field Day for Tri-Community Exceptional Children April 23 on Main Post. This is an opportunity for the community’s exceptional children to experience a day of fun, food and interactive sporting events and activities celebrating each child’s unique abilities. The event is held on York and StewartWatson Fields and at Smith Fitness Center. Participants include students from Fort Benning Schools, Lee County, Fort Benning Homeschoolers, Chattahoochee County, Phenix City,

Russell County, Muscogee County and Harris County. Approximately 1,200 student athletes and 1,200 volunteers will attend this event, which starts at 9am and ends at around 1pm. Each athlete will receive a medal and will go home with a happy and smiling face. Activities include (subject to change): ATHLETES 7 AND YOUNGER

ATHLETES 8 AND OLDER 100 Meter Race, 50 Yard Race, Standing Long Jump, Tennis Ball Throw, Soccer Shoot, Lawn Bowling, Bocce Ball, Home Run Derby, Football Field Goals, Football Quarterbacking WHEELCHAIR EVENTS (Smith Fitness Center) 25 Meter Dash, 25 Meter Kickball Carry, Bowling, Bean Bag Target Toss

25 Meter Dash, Tennis Ball Throw, Basketball Shoot, Lawn Bowling, Home Run Derby, Football Field Goals, Inflatable Obstacle Course

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LETTER FROM DIRECTOR April is designated as Month of the Military Child and Child Abuse Prevention Month. They remind us to celebrate and protect our most precious resource, our military’s children. This month, the MWR team and I are excited to celebrate the unique contributions and honor the sacrifices young family members make in supporting their military parents. The MWR team has planned a host of activities for Fort Benning children, beginning with our annual KIA Spring Eggstravaganza (Easter Egg Hunt) and 5K Bunny Run on April 4. Purple Up! For Military Kids, April 17, is a day for our community to wear purple to show support and thank military children for their strength and sacrifices. Purple symbolizes all branches of the military which is Army green, Coast Guard blue, Air Force blue, Marine red, and Navy blue. Supporting military youth is not something we do only once a year. Child and Youth Services (CYS) takes care of our youth year-round with programs and services tailored for the Fort Benning family, from birth to 18 years. CYS offers a variety of sports and classes. Team sports include soccer, t-ball, baseball, football, basketball, track and field, cheerleading and much more! CYS also provides Instructional Programs including tumbling, functional fitness and Drama Kids.

AL GELINEAU

Director of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation

The CYS Middle School & Teen Program develops young minds and bodies for a healthy transition to adulthood. This program includes after-school supervision and homework help, recreational activities, dances, field trips, and lock-ins, for youth to form positive bonds and caring relationships with their peers.

Our Family Advocacy Program’s (FAP) mission is to prevent, educate and intervene in any cases of child abuse and neglect of Fort Benning children. During the month of April, FAP distributes blue ribbons to wear during the Blue Ribbon Campaign, a fight against child abuse and neglect. Please visit page 13 for details on how you can pick up your ribbon and join the fight! I firmly believe the MWR team does an exceptional job taking care of our children. I also believe it takes all of us to be connected and involved in order to positively impact the needs of our military youth here in the Fort Benning community. The MWR team and I will continue to support those who serve and their youth.

Fort Benning is a Healthy Army Community!

When visiting one of our dinning facilities, look for the green apple to show what healthy food options they have.

indicates a Healthy Army Community (HAC) approved menu item = or < 500 calories, 40% total fat, 10% saturated fat

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CONTENTS | MARCH • APRIL 10

COMMUNITY SERVICES

16

DINING

18

ENTERTAINMENT

21

KIDS ZONE (CYS)

26

STAY AND PLAY

29

RECREATION

36

SERVICES

40

SPORTS & FITNESS

42

DIRECTORY

Library | BOSS | Army Community Service CARE

Benning Club | Breezeway Bar & Lounge Destiny Dogs | El Zapata | Mall Bowling Snack Bar Jack’s 19th Hole | Java Cafes | Roz Cafe Smoothie King | SUBWAY Zaxby’s | Fiddler’s Green

Bowling | Bowling and Entertainment Center | Drop Zone Infantry Bar | Swing Suite & Virtual Reality

Child Development Centers | Family Childcare Homeschoolers | Middle School & Teen School Age Care | Youth Sports Youth Sports Instructional Programs Parent Central | School Liaison Officer

Destin Army Recreation Area | McIver Suites Uchee Creek

Golf | MWR Bingo Center Outdoor Recreation & Equipment Checkout Recreation Centers | Recreational Shooting Complex

Auto Skills | Car Wash Laundromat | Tickets & Travel Recon Sportswear | American Airborne | Soldier Photos

Commander’s Cup | Fitness Centers Intramural Sports | Post Level Sports | Aquatics/Pools

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ON THE GO MAGAZINE MARCH/APRIL 2020 Printed by Marcoa Media, LLC. Published 6 times a year with combined issues in January/

February, March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October, November/December by the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation. On the Go magazine provides information about DFMWR programs, activities and services. Per issue circulation: 10,000. To advertise in publication, call 706-325-0758. 7 | On the Go | benning.armymwr.com


IN THE SPOTLIGHT | DARLENE HINES Darlene Hines started her career with MWR fourteen years ago at Fort Benning as an Outdoor Recreation Specialist before transitioning to the Manager of Outdoor Recreation. After several years around the world, she has returned to Fort Benning MWR as the Supervisory Recreation Specialist for Outdoor Recreation and Recreational Lodging. Prior to MWR, Darlene worked in the civilian sector as a sales assistant for a cookware company in Boston, MA. During this season, she decided to go back to school to get her Bachelor’s Degree in Recreation, leading her to her current work in Military Recreation. Throughout the span of her career, Darlene has served as a Customer Service Trainer and Special Events Coordinator for MWR in Germany, the Manager of the MWR Destin Army Recreation Area and as a Program Analyst for the DARLENE HINES Pacific Region MWR where she was responsible for the oversight Supervisory Recreation Specialist of recreation programs and Army lodging programs in Korea, Japan, Alaska and Hawaii. After returning stateside to be closer to family, Darlene took a position at Fort Jackson as the MWR Deputy Operations Chief, broadening the opportunity for her to hold the overall responsibility for both recreation and business programs for MWR. It wasn’t long before Darlene would come full circle with the Outdoor Recreation Branch at Fort Benning in November 2019. “Fort Benning has always been my chosen home,” says Darlene, “the MWR Team here is outstanding and extremely professional, so when the opportunity came up for me to return as their Supervisory Recreation Specialist, I jumped at it!” Darlene’s new role with Outdoor Recreation allows her to supervise and lead individuals within a variety of programs with Fort Benning MWR: Outdoor Recreation, Equipment Resource Center, Recreational Shooting Complex, Parks and Trails, Special Events and ODR Programming, Uchee Creek Campground and Destin Army Recreation Area. It’s clear that Darlene carries a passion for serving her community everywhere she goes. “It’s two-fold really – I have the opportunity to assist with providing quality programs and services for our military members and their families, and I have the opportunity to mentor and support my staff that do the majority of the work to provide these programs.” Darlene’s love for recreation doesn’t end with MWR. As an outdoor enthusiast, hiking and camping serve as a large part of her life. “And, anytime I can get to the ocean, I’m happy!” says Darlene. With a love for the outdoors and her community, Darlene holds the military community as a high priority in her life, stating, “My goals are to provide the best quality programs for our community.” Keep an eye on benning.armymwr.com to get a closer look at the programs Darlene is bringing to the Fort Benning MWR.

ON THE GO FAMILY AND MWR Al Gelineau Director Patricia Lamson Deputy Director Connie Andrews Chief, NAF Support Management James Shoemaker Chief, Business and Recreation Division Amorio Parish Chief, Child & Youth Services Richard Zaler Chief, Army Community Service MARKETING Shannon Beck Marketing Director Chris Wojciechowski Graphic Designer Martina Pressley Carissa Gita Marketing Associates Dori Nix Marketing Coordinator Christe Lattimore-Staple Publicity Specialist Terrill Alexander Sponsorship & Advertising Renee Ford Print Shop PUBLISHING & ADVERTISING Marcoa Media, LLC 9955 Black Mountain Rd, San Diego, CA 92126 706-325-0758 Publisher For Advertising Opportunities Contact: Robin Smith Military Media Account Manager 478.338.1976 rsmith@marcoa.com

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COMMUNITY SERVICES MILTON E. LONG LIBRARY

WHAT IS THE SOLDIER’S ROLE IN BOSS?

Come to the library and bring your friends for the following events: • • • • • • • •

Pre-School Story Time – 10:30am every Wednesday Movies and Munchies – 1pm second and fourth Saturdays Teen FRI-YAY – 4pm second Friday each month American Girls Book Club – 6:30pm first Wednesday in February Crafts Galore – 10:30am first Saturday each month Board Game Night – 6pm fourth Thursday each month Super Heroes Book Club – 6:30pm third Wednesday each month Move & Groove 10:30am fourth Saturday each month

Without Soldiers, there is no BOSS program. Every company, battalion, regiment and brigade will have a primary and alternate representative on orders for this additional duty. These Soldiers should be highly motivated with leadership potential and willingness to work for their fellow Soldiers. In addition, every company in each major subordinate command, will have a primary and alternate company representative. Representatives act as liaisons, passing information to the Soldier and relaying questions, comments and concerns from the Soldier to BOSS Council members and the chain of command.

WHAT DOES BOSS DO?

Every Army installation is authorized a BOSS program, with a president, representatives from each major subordinate command, a senior military advisor (usually the Post Command Sergeant Major or Garrison Command Sergeant Major) and advisor from MWR, who assists with financial planning, marketing and guidance. Our socials are held monthly during the last week of the month. Fort Benning’s BOSS program headquarters is located in the Main Post Recreation Center. For more information, call 706-577-1054 or 706-527-1597.

Check out Universal Class for 500+ online courses facilitated by professional instructors in over 30 subject areas from computer training to yoga. Available with a library account - just ask at the front desk. Your library card is your military issued ID card. Ask a library professional about how you can learn a new language for free today. (www.promotemango.com has images for use in promoting Mango promotion where you can learn to speak different languages.)

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WHATEVER

your question about the Fort Benning Area or local (on and off-post) programs and resources, Army Community Service is there to help meet your needs or guide you in the right direction to find the answers or assistance you’re seeking. Your first stop to find what you need is the Information, Referral & Follow-Up office in historic Patch Hall, Building 7, on the corner of Lumpkin Street and Baltzell Avenue. You will also find our Relocation Readiness Program in Building 7. They provide a number of services to help you with the PCS process, whether you’re just settling in or preparing for your next PCS move. They provide individual assistance, as well as weekly Newcomer’s Orientation (Wednesdays at 9am), and a monthly PCS briefing. The Lending Closet is also there to provide temporary household items while you’re waiting for yours to arrive, or after you’ve shipped them to your new duty station. If you have financial questions or concerns, the Financial Readiness Program and Army Emergency Relief are also in Building 7. Financial Readiness offers education, information, and assistance on consumer issues, financial planning, budgeting, and debt management, just to name a few. AER provides emergency financial assistance to Soldiers, Family members, and retirees. Before you consider running up credit cards or high-interest

personal loans, consider contacting Army Emergency Relief to help you with your immediate needs, such as rent/mortgage payments, emergency travel, utilities, groceries, etc. Our Family Advocacy Program is located across the street in Building 36. Family Advocacy focuses on domestic violence and child abuse prevention and education, as well as promoting selfreliance, resilience, and family stability. The Victim Advocates provide support to victims of domestic abuse, as well as crisis intervention. SHARP personnel promote prevention through annual training and advocacy services for victims or sexual harassment and assault. Family Advocacy also has the New Parent Support and First Steps programs to offer support and guidance to military Families who have or are expecting a child. Their services include information and support on pregnancy, labor and delivery, infant and child care, growth and development, parenting and Family relationships through home visits and playgroups.

coordination of community resources, support, and services. SOS partners with other agencies and services to provide long-term care and support for Families of Fallen Soldiers. They also provide expertise on local, state, and federal benefits. Please stop by or call ACS, if you are seeking any kind of assistance or information. We are dedicated to maintaining the readiness of Soldiers, Families, and the Fort Benning community. We are a resource to Commanders concerning Soldier and Family Readiness. Our hours of operation are Monday through Thursday from 8am until 4:30pm, and Friday from 10am until 4:30pm. Out telephone number is 706-5454043/7517.

The ACS Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) is located in Building 359 on Ingersoll Street with our Survivor Outreach Services (SOS). EFMP provides community support for Military Families with a child, adult, or other dependent Family member who has a diagnosed physical, educational, emotional, or medical special need. They offer 11 | On the Go | benning.armymwr.com


COMMUNITY SERVICES

ACS RELOCATION PROGRAM

We are located in Building 7, 7117 Baltzell Ave. Our office hours are Monday – Thursday 8am – 4:30pm and Fridays 10am – 4:30pm, you can reach us at 706-545-0403/4485. Stop by our office and pick up a Welcome Packet. Our Program provides the following services: NEWCOMERS ORIENTATION Welcome to Fort Benning! If you are new to the installation, join us for the weekly Newcomers Orientation from 9-11am Wednesdays at Army Community Service Auditorium in Building 7 on Baltzell Avenue. All military personnel, family members and civilians are invited. Here you will learn about resources, programs, activities and organizations on post and all across the Chattahoochee Valley. Spouses are encouraged to attend, and children are welcome. Breakfast refreshments are provided. For more information, call 706-545-0403/4485. LENDING CLOSET Are you waiting on your household goods to arrive or have they already left? Our Lending Closet has basic household items available for Soldiers and families while their household goods are in transit. Items include basic kitchen equipment, folding table and chairs, sleeping mats, microwaves, ironing boards, irons, high chairs, car seats, pack-n-plays and alarm clocks. You may borrow for up to 30 days when you present your orders to Fort Benning, an ID card and a unit POC. The Lending Closet hours are Monday – Thursday 8am – 4pm, Friday 10am – 4pm. SPONSORSHIP TRAINING The Total Army Sponsorship Program helps Soldiers, civilian employees and family members during the relocation process. Attendees learn the various elements of the sponsorship program, including how to be an effective sponsor and where to find information for incoming personnel. PCS BRIEF PCSing? How exciting! ACS Relocation offers a monthly PCS briefing and we want to help you make this transition smooth and enjoyable. Our briefings are held on the 4th Thursdays, March 26 & April 23 from 8:30 – 11am at ACS Auditorium, Building 7. Please call ACS Relocation to reserve your spot. 706-545-4485/0403. RELOCATION COUNSELING Can’t make it to our PCS Brief, make an appointment to sit down and plan your move or stop by Relocation in Building 7 and get information on your next duty station. MULTI-CULTURAL Interested in Citizenship Study Group or English as a Second Language Classes? We offer a U.S. Citizenship Study Group on Mondays from 9-10:30am and Thursdays from 1-2:30pm. Contact ACS Relocation office for more information. 706-545-4485/0403. HEARTS APART Is your Soldier deployed, or on an Unaccompanied Tour? The Hearts Apart goal is to create a strong group that we can turn to for advice and support. Everyone handles deployments differently; however, we are always stronger in groups. Our next get together is May 9 from 11:30am – 1pm. For more information call 706-545-4485/0403. 12 | On the Go | benning.armymwr.com

COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES RESOURCE EXCHANGE The Community Activities Resource Exchange (CARE) provides information on events and subjects of interest within the surrounding communities to the Fort Benning community, specifically spouses and those who disseminate information throughout the community. Everyone is invited. Representatives from various post agencies (including the Garrison Command, MWR, Schools, Housing, DES, MACH, the Commissary, AAFES and the Chaplaincy) address current events, and guest speakers brief and entertain questions on various topics. CARE meetings are typically held the second Tuesday of each month during the school year, from 9:30-10:30am, at Army Community Service headquarters in Building 7 on Baltzell Avenue. The CARE schedule for the 2019 school year follows, subject to change. March 3- Transitioning Services SFL • VA • DOL Retirement Services • Transportation April 7- Awareness Months Autism Awareness Month Month of the Military Child (CYS) Child Abuse Prevention Month (FAP) Pastoral Institute Sexual Assault Awareness Month


COMMUNITY SERVICES

In April, we celebrate the most vulnerable members of Families: Children. Since the 1980s, April is recognized as Child Abuse Prevention Month. The future prosperity of any community depends on its ability to foster the health and well-being of the next generation. A community that invests wisely in children and Families will certainly pay the next generation back through a lifetime of productivity and responsible citizenship. Unfortunately, not all children have equal opportunity for healthy growth and development (due to experiences of child abuse, neglect and maltreatment) and when these incidents occur, we put our future at risk. The Family Advocacy Program (FAP) at Fort Benning is dedicated to the prevention, education and intervention of child abuse/neglect and partner/spouse abuse. The FAP wants you to work with us to help make a difference to protect children, strengthen Families and prevent child abuse. Child abuse is defined as the physical or sexual abuse, emotional maltreatment or neglect of an unmarried person under 18 years old. If you believe or suspect that a child is being abused or neglected, call Muscogee County Child Protective Services at (855)422-4453, law enforcement, or FAP Clinical at (762)408-4076. In April, FAP encourages Soldiers and Families to wear a blue ribbon during the Blue Ribbon Campaign to join the fight against child abuse and neglect. Please pick up a blue ribbon at FAP Prevention located at 7131 Richardson Circle, Lewis Hall, Bldg. 36, 1st floor.

FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM PREVENTION

The (FAP) Training Specialists provide continuous training to Soldiers, Command, Professionals, Family members and the community on available prevention services. The FAP training specialists may be reached at 706-545-4013/8740. The (FAP) Victim Advocates provide crisis intervention, information, and referral for Families facing stressful situations. Contact a Victim Advocate at 706-545-3202 or 706-626-2614 for your Family needs. The (FAP) New Parent Support Program (NPSP) provides home visits, professional advice, training and education to parents and expectant parents. The NPSP provides weekly infant and toddler playgroups. If you have a new baby on the way or a small toddler contact a home visitor at 706-545-6316/9857 for a home visit and free professional advice. The (FAP) First Steps Program provides emotional support, parent education and community resources to parents of newborns. For additional information, call 762408-5108. Please see benning.armymwr.com and the MWR Facebook page, Fort Benning MWR for the special events in April. 13 | On the Go | benning.armymwr.com


COMMUNITY SERVICES

ARMY EMERGENCY RELIEF

SHARP Shaping a Culture of Trust, Protecting Our People Protects Our Mission Know your role! During the month of April, Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month, the Department of Defense focuses on eliminating sexual assault by encouraging all service members to make a personal commitment to the safety and well-being of the entire force. You have a part in combating sexual assault! Since 2012, studies show a steady decline in the number of reports of sexual assault in the military. That’s good news! Recognizing that one assault is one assault too many, we can work together to continue this trend until we eliminate the problem of sexual assault altogether in the Army, the most trusted institution in America. Speak to your SHARP representative today to learn more about your role in the fight against sexual assault DENIM DAY The non-profit organization Peace over Violence launched the annual Denim Day campaign nearly two decades ago in an effort to increase awareness about the problem of sexual assault. Since the year 2000, the last Wednesday in April, which is Sexual Assault Awareness Prevention Month, is designated Denim Day. Participants wear denim to show solidarity, to spur conversation, and to increase awareness about a problem that plagues the international community. The campaign we inspired by a ruling of the Italian Supreme Court whereby a rape conviction was overturned because, according to the justices, the victim’s blue jeans were so tight she would have had to help her rapist remove them, thereby implying consent. The following day, the women in the Italian Parliament wore blue jeans to work to show their support for the victim and their outrage over the ruling. Since then, Denim Day has become a peaceful protest against destructive attitudes about sexual assault. We encourage you to join us. Wear denim April 29!

Each year the Army conducts its annual fund raising Campaign for AER during the period March 1 through May 15. Fort Benning will start its annual fund raising campaign with a Kick-off Rally on March 3 at 11am at the Benning Club, Regimental Room. The Kick-off Rally is open to the community – make sure you take an hour off and attend this very important event. Fort Benning contributions for 2019 were approximately $195,839. AER provided in 2018 total assistance of $67.2 million dollars to 40,413 Soldiers and Families. With an increase in support from the community, we can easily exceed 2019 contributions. AER is an Army wide program where Soldiers take care of Soldiers. THE LEGACY – DID YOU KNOW? Financial assistance is provided through interest-free loans or grants, or a combination of both to assist in arears such as: - Emergency Travel - Rent/Utilities - Essential POV Repair - Non-Receipt of Pay - Advance Travel Funds for PCS - Dependent Dental Care - Rental Vehicles - Minor Home Repair - Initial Purchase of Furniture - Replacement Vehicle AER’s Scholarship Program is a secondary mission to help Army Families with education costs at the undergraduate level. AER offers two scholarships: - Spouse Scholarship - MG James Urano Children’s Scholarship AER is located at 7117 Baltzell Avenue, Building 7. Call 706-626-0290 or 706545-4043.

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DINING

BENNING CLUB

JAVA CAFE

Building 128, 7010 Morrison Avenue 706-545-0935 Weekdays: 11am-1:30pm Weekends/Training/Federal Holidays: Closed

MAIN POST Building 1685, 1685 Gaudette Street 706-626-0232 Weekdays: 7am-3pm Saturday: 9am-2pm Sunday: Closed Federal Holidays: Closed

DESTINY DOGS

Building 2785, 6530 Eckel Avenue (inside the Bowling and Entertainment Center) 706-685-4466 Sunday: Closed Monday - Tuesday: 11am-2pm Wednesday - Thursday: 11am-6pm Friday - Saturday: 11am-8pm

HARMONY CHURCH Building 4102, Jamestown Road 706-626-2971 Weekdays: 6am-2pm Weekends: Closed Federal & Training Holidays: Closed INSIDE BUILDING 35 Ridgway Hall, Building 35, 35 Ridgway Loop Weekdays: 7:30am-2pm Weekends/Training/Federal Holidays: Closed

EL ZAPATA

Building 2784, 7611 Sightseeing Road 706-689-9009 Catering available Weekdays: 11am-2pm & 5-9:30pm Saturday: noon-9:30pm Sundays: Closed

MALL BOWLING SNACK BAR Building 9232, 8140 Marne Road. 706-682-7781 Monday -Thursday: 10am-0pm Friday: 10am-11pm Saturday: 11am-10pm Sunday: 1pm-7pm Federal Holidays: 1pm-9pm

JACK’S 19TH HOLE

Building 390, 390 Baltzell Avenue located at Fort Benning Golf Course 706-545-0397 Thursday - Sunday: 11am-3pm

ROZ’S CAFE

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Building 390, 390 Baltzell Avenue 706-641-2184 Located inside Fort Benning Golf Course Monday - Wednesday 11am-2pm 5-8pm Thursday - Friday:11am-8pm Weekends: 11am-6pm

SMOOTHIE KING

Building 2874, 6835 Dixie Road Located inside Smith Fitness Center 706-685-8200 Weekdays: 7am-8pm Saturday: 10am-4pm Sunday: 11am-3pm

SUBWAY

Building 2502, 7308 Anderson Street next to Drop Zone 706-687-8274 Weekdays: 7am-10pm Saturday: 8am-10pm Sunday: 9am-10pm Building 9079 Weekdays: 11am - 1pm Located inside Sand Hill Rec Center Building 3308, 41st Infantry Regiment Street 706-687-4919 Weekdays: 8am-8pm Saturday: 8am-8pm Sunday: 9am-8pm

ZAXBY’S

Building 1692, 7290 Ingersol Street Next to Wynnsong Theater 706-683-0066 Open 7 days a week


DINING

BENNING CLUB

EASTER BRUNCH The Benning Club’s elegant Easter Brunch is one of our most popular events. Join us April 12 for this holiday tradition, featuring traditional favorites, a classic breakfast menu, delicious pastries, meat carving station and a visit from the Easter Bunny. Space is limited so reserve your table today. Seating times at 10am, 11am and noon. Prices are $22.95 13+, $20.95 seniors 60+, $14.95 children 9-12, $9.95 kids 5-8 years and free for the children under 4 years old. Register and reserve your table at benning.armymwr.com.

TRIVIA NIGHT

Join us at Fiddler’s Green every Thursday for Trivia Night! Sign up with your family and friends starting at 6:30pm. Trivia begins at 7pm. Trivia Night will consist of 8 rounds with 4-10 questions per round. Round 4 and 8 are lightning rounds and offers teams an opportunity to wager their points at a chance of doubling them! Finger food and beverages (non-alcoholic and alcoholic) available for purchase. Due to trivia taking place in the bar area, children participating must have parental supervision. For more information, please contact 706-681-7005.

CATERING

If you’re a member of the Fort. Benning community, you’re a member of the Benning Club! We host many events every year, including weddings, dress rehearsals holiday brunches, mother-and-son and father-and-daughter formal balls, concerts, receptions and so much more. We have meeting space suitable for groups of 6 to 600. Rent a room or rent the whole club! Let our Catering and Event Planning staff help you design a great event. You’ll find more photos of the Benning Club at benningmwr.smugmug.com. Below are the rooms we offer and the configuration of the table set up for each space.

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ENTERTAINMENT

MALL BOWLING CENTER

INFANTRY BAR Basketball season is in full swing and playoffs start in April. What better way to watch the games, than with your friends, a beer and some “bar food!” Have you tried our newly brewed beers? Stop by the bar Thursday-Saturday and taste some of the best beer on Fort Benning. We also have your favorites, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Samuel Adams, wines and more. Hungry? We also offer food items to satisfy your appetite, hot wings, burgers, pizzas and even some healthy options like fruit and granola bars.

YOUTH BOWLING LEAGUE

JOIN US FOR FREE POOL EVERYDAY!

Join Fort Benning’s Youth Bowling League designed for ages 6-19. Register at the Mall Bowling Center, Building 9232, on Marne Road. The Youth League runs from through May. Participants bowl at 10am every Saturday at the Mall Bowling Center. The $25 registration fee covers the cost of a bowling shirt, USBC membership and awards. There is a weekly fee of $7, which covers practice, three games and shoe rental. For more information, call 706-682-7781.

GEORGIA YOUTH BOWLERS TOUR

Stop by the Mall Bowling Center on March 1 to watch the Georgia Youth Bowlers Tour (GYBT). The GYBT takes place at Fort Benning annually and offers an opportunity for young bowlers to compete against the best bowlers in Georgia and surrounding areas and to help young bowlers maximize their potential. For more information on the schedule, contact Mall Bowling at 706-682-7781.

2020 PROMOTION

Join us any Sunday of the year and purchase $10 in Bingo and enjoy UNLIMITED bowling for just $8. Don’t miss this chance to win up to $4,000! Shoes are included. Contact Mall Bowling at 706-682-7781 for more details.

GEORGIA STATE USBC OPEN TOURNAMENT

During the months of April and May, Fort Benning Mall Bowling is welcoming the Georgia State USBC Open Tournament. The tournament includes roughly 1,600 bowlers and covers the span of 4 weekends of competition. For more information on the tournament schedule, contact Mall Bowling at 706-682-7781. 18 | On the Go | benning.armymwr.com

NOW OPEN AT THE HARMONY CHURCH AND SAND HILL RECREATION CENTERS! Featuring state-of-the-art self-service gaming pods with 4K monitors, Xbox One X consoles with 100+ games, custom gaming PCs, and highbandwidth business class internet connections. Prices range from $5 - $9 per hour and any unused time can be saved for future use. Game on! Also located in Building. 2502, 7308 Anderson Street


ENTERTAINMENT

BOWLING AND ENTERTAINMENT CENTER

MAIN POST REC CENTER SWING SUITE AND VIRTUAL REALITY GAMES

MARCH SPECIALS Every Wednesday $1 bowling and $1 shoes Sunday Funday $12 unlimited bowling and shoes every Sunday BOGO Playzone All Month Every Weekend Buy one game of bowling and shoe rental and get half off on the Playzone for one child

APRIL SPECIALS Weekly Special Buy 2 games of bowling and shoe rentals, get a free Playzone for one child (every week all week)

Come and enjoy our New Topgolf Swing Suite! The Topgolf Swing Suite features 2 simulator bays and a variety of virtual games including the popular Topgolf target game, Zombie Dodgeball, Hockey Shots, Baseball Pitching, Carnival Classic and more, paired with comfortable lounge seating, HDTVs and snack bar service. Reserve your next team building exercise with us! Enjoy playing your favorite Xbox/ PlayStation games with friends on our 16â&#x20AC;&#x2122; screens or experience a virtual reality game in one of our VR bays.

Every Weekend BOGO game of bowling Sunday Funday $12 unlimited bowling and shoes every Sunday

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MONTH OF THE MILITARY CHILD CYS INVITES YOU TO “PURPLE UP! FOR MILITARY KIDS.” April is commemorated as the Month of the Military Child, a time to honor the children of our brave service members. Each year, Child and Youth Services (CYS) hosts a network of activities within its programs to celebrate the children and families whom we have the privilege of providing care. The theme for this year’s Month of the Military Child is “Overcoming Challenges-Adapting Today for a Stronger Tomorrow.” The theme exemplifies the courage and resilience that military children demonstrate in adapting to the many transitions throughout their lives. CYS is encouraging everyone across the garrison to join us in wearing purple on Friday, April 17, as a visible way to show support and thank military children for their sacrifices. Why purple? Purple is a combination of all the colors representing the different branches of the military: Army green, Coast Guard blue, Air Force blue, Marine red, and Navy blue. This color has come to symbolize military children and their shared experiences. On this day, along with other community organizations and school districts across the state of Georgia, wear your purple as we celebrate our military children! 20 | On the Go | benning.armymwr.com

CHARACTER BREAKFAST CYS will host the annual Character Breakfast April 25, 7:3011:30am at the Benning Club. This fun event features princesses, superheroes and favorite children’s characters. This familyfriendly event is open to the entire Fort Benning community. Tickets are $25 per couple/$15 per additional child and can be purchased in March, for details, stay tuned to facebook.com/ BenningFMWRfans/ and benning.armymwr.com.


KIDS ZONE (CYS) MIDDLE SCHOOL & TEEN

YOUTH SPORTS Spring Break Camps Registration February 24 - March 27 Register at Parent Central, Building 104, Marchant Avenue, a current sports physical must be on file.

Teen Driver Education Program Middle School and Teens (MST) offers a new Teen Driver Education Program, partnership with Columbus Technical College. Our Teen Drivers Education Program provides 30 hours of classroom and 6 hours of on the road experience with a certified driving instructor. Course topics cover Parent-Child Orientation, Managing Risk When Driving, Traffic Laws, the Effects of Alcohol and Other Drugs on Driving, the Effects of Distractions, and Drowsiness on Driving, Adverse Driving Conditions and Emergencies. Contact MST at 706-545-3070 for more information. Operation Megaphone Military Teens Joint Lock-in! Fort Benning Middle School and Teen has invited Fort Stewart Middle School and Teen to join each other in an Operation Megaphone Lock-in on April 17-18, from 7pm to 7am. Call 706-545-3070 for more information, check benning.armymwr.com for more information. Don’t forget to sign up for the Teens for Spring Camp! This year’s spring camp dates are March 30 to April 3, register today at Parent Central, 706-545-2079, Building 104, Marchant Avenue Camp fees are based on household income.

Attending children have to be registered with Parent Central and signed up to the Middle School and Teen Program.

Intro to Sports (flag football, soccer, baseball, basketball & fitness)

Ages: 3-4.11am-noon & 5-6, 4-5pm Cost: $25 Season: March 30 - April 3 MST Gym, Building 1055 Basketball Ages: 6-13, 9-11am Cost: $30 Season: March 30 - April 3 MST Gym, Building 1055 Dodgeball Ages: 8-13, noon-2pm Cost: $30 Season: March 30 - April 3 MST Gym, Building 1055 Paintball Ages: 11-18, 9am-noon Cost: $50 Season: March 30 - April 3 Woodland Paintball Area Golf Ages: 8-15, 9-10am Cost: $50 Season: March 30 - April 3 Fort Benning Golf Course

The Middle School and Teen Program is designed to develop young minds and bodies for a healthy transition to adulthood. This program includes classes, field trips, after school homework help, open recreation and more. The office opens at 9:30am. Register at Parent Central. This program is for ages 11-18, grades 6th to 12th. This program is at no charge.

WE NEED YOU! Coaches are needed for all age groups – if interesting in coaching, please contact the Youth Sports office at 706-545-0522.

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KIDS ZONE (CYS) INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS

INSTRUCTIONAL PROGRAMS

IT’S GEORGIA PRE-K TIME Child & Youth Services will host the free Georgia Pre-K Program for the 2020-21 school year. It is a lottery funded educational program for Georgia’s four year olds to prepare children for Kindergarten. For the 2020-21 school year, Fort Benning is fortunate enough to have Georgia Pre-K classrooms located within the following CYS facilities: 1st Division CDC, McGraw CDC, and Santé Fe CDC. Georgia Pre-K is a hugely popular program and space is limited so a lottery system was established, CYS received 88 slots for this school year. Because space is limited, we use a lottery to select participants. To participate in the lottery for a chance to have your child attend, complete an entry form at Parent Central, Building 104, April 1–30. The drawing will be held May 6, 5pm at the School Age Center,. Participating parents in the lottery do not have to be present for the drawing. If your child is selected, you will receive an email. We also offer care for those who require additional care before and after preschool for a nominal fee. The Georgia Pre-K is a lottery funded educational program designed to prepare 4-year-olds for kindergarten. Participants must be 4 on or before September 1 and a resident of the state of Georgia. For more information, call 706-545-2079.

CYS Sports & Fitness/Instructional Programs offers a number of healthy activities and classes for your children. Register at Parent Central for the following classes: Parents & Tots, 45 minutes once a week for $40 per month for 11 months-3 years All levels of Tumbling, beginner to advanced, 45 minutes a week, $45 per month Cheerleading, 45 minutes a week, $45 per month, ages 3 and older Functional Fitness is free for ages 3 and 4

SCHOOL AGE CARE School Age Care spring break is March 30 - April 3! The theme this year is, It’s Alive - Get wild this SPRING! Campers will learn about different animals, play animal themed games, create animal art, and explore cool colorful critters from around the world. Field trips: Oxbow Meadows Environmental Learning Center-9(Kindergarten), Coca-Cola Space Science Center (1st-2nd Grades) the Atlanta Zoo (3rd-5th Grades) Field Trips are subject to change if necessary. Call Parent Central to sign up today for a great week of fun, 706-545-2079, Building 104, Marchant Avenue. For more information on SAC or Spring Break camp, call SAC at 706545-3605. 22 | On the Go | benning.armymwr.com

Tae Kwon Do, Mondays and Wednesday, 45 min, $50 a month for ages 6-18 Dance, Wednesday, 45 minutes, $50 a month


KIDS ZONE (CYS)

FAmily Child Care Fort Benningâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Family Child Care (FCC) program is an integral part of the CYS child care system. FCC provides quality home based care for children 4 weeks to 12 years old and is offered in the homes of certified FCC providers on Fort Benning.

settings on a regular basis. Providing unauthorized child care in government housing puts you at risk of losing your housing privileges. Unauthorized child care by an uncertified person puts your child at risk.

FCC has unique qualities that make it a preferred choice for many families and an alternative to traditional care offered in Child Development Centers. FCC Providers offer many benefits including flexible hours: full day, part day, extended /overnight, weekend and hourly care in a comfortable home setting. FCC also offers a 15% cost savings compared to Child Development Centers and School Age Care fees

Fort Benning currently has 14 FCC providers located across post. Thereâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s probably a provider in your neighborhood!

FCC Providers are vetted and only the best qualified candidates are recommended for certification. Providers must complete background checks and regular home inspections by Fort Benning Garrison, MWR and CYS leadership as a part of certification. They also receive paid ongoing training for professional development.

For more information on how to register your children in the FCC Program visit MCC.COM or call Parent Central at 706-545-4868 or 706-545-2079. If you are interested in becoming an FCC provider, please visit benning.armymwr.com for more details.

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March 1 AER Campaign Starts pg 14

MARCH

calendar March 26 ASA Shoot Uchee Creek, pg 27

March 1 GA Youth Bowlers Tour

Parent Central, pg 21

March 27 Golf Scramble

Stillwell Field, pg 31

March 30 Spring Camps

Child & Youth Services, pg 21-22

March 3 AER Kick-Off

March 30 Kids Free Golf

Fort Benning Golf Course, pg 29

March 30 Lifeguard Classes

Briant Wells Pool, pg 40

Doughboy Stadium, pg 40

March 11 CPR Classes

Briant Wells, pg 40

March 17 Chesty Puller Challenge Dickman Field, pg 40

ONGOING ACTIVITIES Sundays Bingo/Bowling Special Mall Bowling Center, pg 18

Sundays $12 Unlimited Bowling

Bowling and Entertainment Center pg 19

Mondays/Wednesdays Functional Fitness Parent Central, pg 21

Mondays/Wednesdays Tae Kwon Do Parent Central, pg 21

March 16 Free Driving Range Fort Benning Golf Course, pg 29

F S 6 7 13 14 20 21 27 28

Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

Parent Central, pg 21

Wednesdays Pre-school Story Time

Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

Wednesdays Newcomer’s Orientation benning.armymwr.com

Wednesdays Dance

Parent Central, pg 21

Bowling and Entertainment Center pg 19

March 7 Super Bingo

March 10 Commander’s Cup Soccer

T 5 12 19 26

Wednesdays $1 Bowling

Benning Club, pg 14

MWR Bingo, pg 30

W 4 11 18 25

Tuesdays/Thursdays Tumbling

March 28 Flea Market

Building 7, pg 12

T 3 10 17 24 31

Parent Central, pg 21

Fort Benning Golf Course, pg 29

March 3 CARE

M 2 9 16 23 30

Tuesdays/Thursdays Cheer

Mall Bowling Center, pg 18

March 1 Youth Spring Sports Registration

2nd Friday Teen Fri-yay

S 1 8 15 22 29

Tuesdays Bingo Special

MWR Bingo, pg 30

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1st Wednesday American Girls Book Club Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

3rd Wednesday Superheroes Book Club Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

1st, 3rd & 5th Thursday New Parent Support Group Dixie Road, Building 2652, pg 10

4th Thursday Board Game Night

Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

1st Thursday Crafts Galore

Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

2nd & 4th Saturday Movies & Munchies

Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

4th Saturday Move & Groove

Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

Saturday & Sundays BOGO Deal

Bowling and Entertainment Center pg 19

Patton Park


April 1 Georgia Pre-K Registration Parent Central, pg 21

APRIL

calendar April 15 CPR Classes

Briant Wells, pg 40

April 17 Purple Up!

Installation Wide

April 17 Teen Lock-In

Midle School & Teen, pg 21

April 1 Free Driving Range

Fort Benning Golf Course, pg 29

April 18 Fun at Twilight Pond Twilight Pond, pg 32

Mondays/Wednesdays Functional Fitness

W 1 5 6 7 8 12 13 14 15 19 20 21 22 26 27 28 29

Mondays/Wednesdays Tae Kwon Do

4th Saturdays Move & Groove

Parent Central, pg 21

Parent Central, pg 21

F S 3 4 10 11 17 18 24 25

Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

2nd Friday Teen Fri-yay

April 4 5K Bunny Run

Tuesdays/Thursdays Tumbling

Parent Central, pg 21

April 23 Fort Benning Filed Day fro Tri-Community Exceptional Children Stewart Watson Field, pg 4-5

April 24 Golf Scramble

Fort Benning Golf Course, pg 29

April 7 CARE

T 2 9 16 23 30

MWR Bingo, pg 30

Riverside, pg 3

MWR Bingo, pg 30

T

Tuesdays Bingo Special

Tuesdays/Thursdays Cheer

April 4 Super Bingo

M

Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

April 4 Easter Eggstravaganza

Doughboy Stadium, pg 40

S

April 25 Stone Mountain Trip

Outdoor Recreation, pg 32

April 26 Character Breakfast Benning Club, pg 20

Building 7, pg 12

Parent Central, pg 21

Wednesdays Pre-school Story Time

Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

Wednesdays Newcomerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Orientation benning.armymwr.com

Wednesdays Dance

Parent Central, pg 21

1st Wednesday American Girls Book Club Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

April 10 TRAINING HOLIDAY

3rd Wednesday Superheroes Book Club

April 12 Easter Brunch

Benning Club, pg 14

Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

ONGOING ACTIVITIES

1st, 3rd & 5th Thursday New Parent Support Group Dixie Road, Building 2652, pg 10

Sundays $12 Unlimited Bowling

Bowling and Entertainment Center pg 19

April 13 Travel Eggstravaganza Benning Club,pg 37

Weekdays Bowling/Playzone Special

Bowling and Entertainment Center pg 19

4th Thursday Board Game Night

Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

1st Thursday Crafts Galore

Milton E. Long Library, pg 10

2nd & 4th Saturday Movies & Munchies

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STAY AND PLAY DESTIN ARMY RECREATION AREA

Book your room today, call 850-837-6423!

FUN IN THE SUN ACTIVITIES ASK THE STAFF WHICH BAYOU TO KAYAK

Participate in our guided kayak excursion in and around the Bayou.

FISHING PIER

A Florida fishing license is required to use our 300â&#x20AC;² fishing pier. Crabbing off the pier is popular, although seasonal restrictions apply. Crabbing and fishing are prohibited in the marina basin.

SWIMMING POOL AND SPLASH PARK

2,500 square feet of fun, with playgrounds and picnic areas along the waterfront.

FITNESS FACILITIES AND RECREATION EQUIPMENT

Includes treadmills, TVs, kayaks and paddle boards. The roads surrounding the recreation area are safe for running and limited mostly to local residents.

INTERNET SERVICES

A free internet hotspot is located at the Conference Center.

BEACH PARK ACCESS

Our resort is located near the Eglin Air Force Base Beach Park on Highway 98. This park is reserved for military ID cardholders. Hours vary season. For information, call 850-882-5058.

MARINA

Marina hours March 15 - April 30 Wednesday-Sunday 8am - 5pm Waverunner: $60, 1 hour | $205, 4 hours Kayak: $15, 1 hour | $40, 4 hours $60, 8 hours Paddle Board: $15, 1 hour | $40, 4 hours $60, 8 hours Pontoon Boat: $165, 4 hours $235, 6 hours

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STAY AND PLAY UCHEE CREEK CAMPGROUND & MARINA

The annual ASA Archery Competition returns to Uchee Creek Campground and Marina March 26 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 29. Open to all military and DoD ID card holders. This event is spectator friendly! You can find more details at benning.armymwr.com.

MCIVER SUITES

The McIver Suites are closed for renovations during 2020 to help make your stay better. McIver Suites, located on McIver Road, is made up of 10, one and two bedroom suites. Renovations to the suites started in January 2020 and include: expansion and renovation of all bathrooms (new plumbing fixtures and expansion of the size of each bathroom); repair and remodel of the kitchens in each unit (expanding the space, new cabinets, finishes, plumbing and appliances); and replacing or repairing all flooring, baseboards and lighting in each unit. The project will take a minimum of 120 days to complete. Once complete, each unit with feature an open concept with new flooring, appliances, kitchens and bathrooms!

MINUTES FROM MAIN POST...BUT WORLDS AWAY Nestled along the banks of the Chattahoochee River is Fort Benningâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s best unkept secret: Uchee Creek Campground and Marina. At Uchee Creek, you will discover a 385-acre park equiped with both RV and tent sites, cabins and chalets, recreation areas, rental facilities, a fishing and boating marina, trails, and more. The newest addition to the park is a nature playground. The playground blends in with the surrounding trees which also provide shade from the blistering hot summer sun, and is located right across from the Uchee Creek pool. Guests will enjoy a new tree trunk slide, ladder rope climb, mushroom steps, chipmunk climb, and tree burrow. The most exciting feature is the scavenger hunt the playground holds. Hidden on each playground piece is a cute creature, such as a ladybug, blue jay, butterfly, and more! Make a game out of who can identify the most creatures for great outdoor fun. Uchee Creek is open to military ID cardholders and families visiting Fort Benning for a military graduation or Family Day. The park offers full hook-up RV sites, tent camping and a variety of cabins/chalets. Inside the campground are four comfort stations, three laundry facilities and a full-service marina for eligible patrons. 27 | On the Go | benning.armymwr.com


RECREATION FORT BENNING GOLF COURSE

UPCOMING EVENTS COMMANDING GENERAL’S GOLF SCRAMBLE Form your best team and test your golf game in the monthly CG’s Golf Scramble, March 27 and April 24. Register your team of four by calling 706-545-0397. Entry fee is $40 per player and includes cart fee, greens fee and lunch (provided by Zombie Pig BBQ). Start times are at noon.

SATURDAY SCRAMBLES Join the golf course at noon on March 21. Register your team of four by calling 706-545 -0397. Entry fee is $30 per player and includes cart fee, greens fee and prizes.

KIDS PLAY FREE Youth ages 7-17 play free with a paying adult March 30 - April 1. Promotion covers greens fees only, cart not included. For more information on this program, call 706-545-0397.

FREE DRIVING RANGE Stop by the Fort Benning Golf Course on March 16 and April 1, 10am-2pm, and enjoy hitting some golf balls at the golf driving range for free (max 3 buckets a day). For more information, call 706-545-0397.

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RECREATION

PATTON RECREATION AREA

Fort Benning MWR is continuously expanding facilities to fulfill the needs of the community, and the Patton Recreation Area is one of the newest additions. The newly constructed Patton Recreation Area, located off Baltzell Avenue and 1st Division Road, offers an 18-hole Disc Golf course, an 18-hole Foot Golf course and various fitness trails for running and biking! While both the Disc Golf and Foot Golf courses begin at the Golf Pro Shop, patrons can also access Patton Recreation Area from the Follow Me Fitness Trail parking area. For a quicker way to travel during your game, consider renting a golf cart at the Golf Pro Shop to get you from hole to hole. The Disc and Foot Golf courses are free to play, no need to pay! If youâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;re in need of equipment, stop by the Golf Pro Shop to rent a soccer ball, kick ball or playing discs. Soccer balls and kick balls can also be rented from Outdoor Recreation, located at 7310 Gillespie Street. Although equipment rentals are only available during business hours, you can use your own equipment on the courses any time between sunrise and sunset. Looking for access to new trails? The paved, newly marked, fitness trails range from an eighth of a mile to nearly 2 ½ miles and offer wooded scenery, hills and a route around Armory Pond. Fitness trails can additionally be accessed from 1st Division Road and are primarily used for running, biking and walking. Another exciting new feature is Armory Pond! Armory Pond is located on the backside of the courses, accessible from Baltzell Avenue and 1st Division Road and is now open for fishing! Fort Benning fishing regulations apply. More information regarding fishing regulations can be found by calling Outdoor Recreation at 706-545-7978 or the Conservation Branch at 706-544-7516. Plans for Patton Recreation Area will continue to expand as adding park benches, picnic tables and pavilions are in the works for the future. Keep an eye out for rotating tournaments for Disc and Foot Golf and consider the opportunities of utilizing Patton Recreation Area for regular morning PT sessions. Swing by the new Patton Recreation Area to pick up a round of disc golf or to explore the newly marked running trails! For more information on the evolving plans of Patton Recreation Area, please contact Outdoor Recreation at 706545-7978.

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RECREATION MWR BINGO

RECREATIONAL SHOOTING COMPLEX

REGULAR BINGO SESSIONS Doors open at 4pm and sessions start at 5:30pm for Daily Bingo. Guests must be 18 years or older to play. A Regular Admission Pack for $9 must be purchased in order to play. All Guests must have a VIP Players Club Card in order to play. First time? Donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t worry. After initial purchase, a VIP card will be issued to you at no additional cost. Cards lost will have a $5 cost associated with your purchase to replace it. Players who have forgotten their cards, will be issued a new one and charged $5. First-time players will receive a free Regular Admission Pack with initial purchase. Offer is not valid on Super Bingo Sessions. Already a VIP Players Club Member? Bring a first-time guest, you and your guest will receive a Free Regular Admission Pack with your purchase on paper or on an electronic machine. Not into the playing with the traditional paper cards, well try your luck at our Electronic Machines. We have a wide range of Electronic Machine packs to choose from, ranging from $24 to $115. SUPER BINGO SESSIONS Join us on the 1st Saturday of every month to play in the largest bingo of the month! Come out on January 4th and February 1st for a chance to win a guaranteed payout of $5000 and two payouts of $1199. Presales will be held on Saturday Morning from 9:00-11:00am. During this time you will be able to purchase all games, including specialty jackpots. Everything purchased will be bundled for you. All presales are final and you must keep your receipt and pick-up your games at the table upon arrival.

Doors open at noon and games begin at 1:30 pm. A minimum purchase of a Regular Admission Pack of $18 is required in order to play. Regular Admission Packs include 8 games of 6 cards per sheet. Additional specialty cards can be purchased on the floor for cash only. Not into the traditional paper cards, well try your luck at our Electronic Machines. We have a wide range of Electronic Machine packs to choose from, ranging from $54 to $250. Players will also receive a free ticket to enjoy a free buffet and as long as you are a VIP Player Club Member, you will automatically be entered into the drawing to receive door prizes.

INFORMATION ON RSC The RSC includes 2 trap and skeet ranges, 5 stand ranges, a 50-yard handgun range, a 300-yard rifle range and a store that sells ammunition and supplies. Annual memberships and daily user passes are available. Members are permitted to store firearms at the facility because MCoE 19011 does not allow for temporary storage of weapons in vehicles. Rent shotguns, spotting scopes, pistols, gun vests and vices on site! Military ID cardholders may transfer firearms through the RSCâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Federal Firearms License for $25. Registration of firearms is required before a weapon is brought onto post. Submit a FB Form 190-11-R to the Military Police Station in Building 215 on Wold Avenue. This document must be kept with the firearm at all times. To save time, take a minute to review range rules and print this waiver before your visit. We look forward to seeing you!

BIRTHDAYS Purchase a Regular Admission Pack for $9, receive a free Birthday Pack. Birthday packs must be used the day before your birthday, day of or day after. No exceptions. 30 | On the Go | benning.armymwr.com

WEEKLY PROMOTIONS Join us on Tuesdays to receive a free Regular Admission Pack of 8 games and join us on Half Off Fridays to receive half off on your Electronic Machine game packs.


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RECREATION OUTDOOR RECREATION (ODR)

EQUIPMENT RENTAL

Outdoor Recreation has everything you need to enjoy a day on the lake or a weekend in the woods. The ODR Equipment Rental Resource Center rents boats, campers, moving trucks, generators, mowers, inflatable bounce houses and slides, super cookers, catering supplies, camping equipment, sound systems, tables and chairs, fans, games and so much more. A Boater Safety Card is required to rent a boat. Watch a video in our facility or take an online boater safety course and present your certificate at time of rental.

FAMILY FUN AT TWILIGHT Games, activities and free canoe/kayak rentals, there’s something for everyone in the family. Save the date and join Outdoor Recreation on April 18 for Family Fun at Twilight Pond. Pre-registration is recommended for this free, family-friendly event. To register or for more information, call (706) 545-7978.

COOSA FD KAYAKS $25 a day

STONE MOUNTAIN TRIP Looking for a fun, outdoor activity with the family? Join ODR for a day trip to Stone Mountain Park April 25. Enjoy a hike to the top of Stone Mountain, educational displays and exhibits, as well as the iconic Stone Mountain Lasershow. ODR will return to Fort Benning following the conclusion of the 9:30 pm Lasershow. The $15 fee covers parking fees and transportation there and back. The deadline for registration is April 23. Space is limited, so call ODR today at 706-545-7978.

YOUTH SPORTSMEN’S DAY Join us for one of our most popular spring events, the annual Youth Sportsmen’s Day, from 10am – 2pm, May 2 at the Recreational Shooting Complex on Dixie Road. This free event is open to all military family members of all skill levels. Activities, designed for ages 5 – 17, include archery, shooting (bb guns, 22 files and shotguns), hunting, fishing, trapping and more. Military ID is required. To register, call 706-545-7978. 32 | On the Go | benning.armymwr.com

RETRO 26 FOOT CAMPER WITH SLIDE $80 a day

TRAIL RUNNER 18SLE $100 a day


RECREATION RECREATION CENTER

RECREATION CENTER

MAIN POST RECREATION CENTER

HARMONY CHURCH RECREATION CENTER We offer • Free Wi-Fi, PS3, PS4, XB1, XB360 and weekly theater night with more than 800 titles. • Flat breads and wraps in our snack bar!

Come and enjoy our New Topgolf Swing Suite! The Topgolf Swing Suite features 2 simulator bays and a variety of virtual games including the popular Topgolf target game, Zombie Dodgeball, Hockey Shots, Baseball Pitching, Carnival Classic and more, paired with comfortable lounge seating, HDTV’s and snack bar service. Reserve your next team building exercise with us! Enjoy playing your favorite Xbox/PlayStation games with friends on our 16’ screens or experience a virtual reality game in one of our VR bays.

Recently added 24 PC gaming pods, 6 Netflix streaming stations, 20 computer stations and our newest feature – 4 Virtual Reality gaming bays. The Harmony Church Recreation Center is located in Building 4203 on Old Cusseta Highway (turn into the Troop Medical Center parking lot, the recreation center is on the left.) The center is open to all MWR patrons, and there is no admission fee. SAND HILL RECREATION CENTER

The Main Post Recreation Center is located on Sightseeing Rd, within walking distance of Airborne School, 75th Ranger Regiment and Task Force 1-28. In addition to the above mentioned gaming opportunities, we also offer a computer lab with 20 computers, a movie room, two private gaming rooms, a gaming lounge, 3 music rooms, Jukebox equipped with karaoke, pool tables and a snack bar. Hours of operation are Monday –Thursday, 11am-10pm, Friday-Saturday, noon-11pm, and Sunday, noon-9pm.

Join us at the Sand Hill Recreation Center. Bring the family! We have free WiFi, movie rooms, eight billiard tables, foosball, air hockey, table tennis, board and video games. We have a free computer lab with 29 computers. More than 400 movies to watch in our 3 movie rooms or on the big screen in our auditorium. Got a craft you would like to volunteer to teach? Give us a call and your suggestion. Newly added 12 PC gaming pods to enjoy your choice of built in Xbox One, PlayStation gaming options and much more. Use our large screen and projector for Family Day activities, classes, briefings or parties. Eat on site at SUBWAY for a healthier food selection. Soldier Photos, LLC is also located on site. Recon Sports Wear on site Wednesdays and Thursdays 11am - 2pm.

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MWR’s goal is to offer Soldiers and their Families desirable social and recreational opportunities. Our facilities are available to support mission-related functions when their use does not preclude authorized MWR patronage. We offer many locations to host your next Soldier and Family Readiness Group meeting, unit function, hail and farewell and more! Our event planner will make all your special events memorable and affordable. Whether you are planning for 10 guests or 1,000, our planner will find a suitable location, formal or informal, indoors or out, and arrange for entertainment, food and lodging. Call our Catering Office for availability and pricing at 706-545-0935 or 706-325-9490. No rental fees required for the following facilities:

Rental fees required for the following facilities:

Patch Hall • Twilight Pavilion Milton E. Long Library Harmony Church Recreation Center Russ Pond Pavilion Kings Pond Pavilion Bouton Heights/Davis Hill Outreach Center Survivor Outreach Services Building

Bowling and Entertainment Center Benning Club• Mall Bowling Center Infantry Bar • Golf Course (Pavilion) Sand Hill Recreation Center Sand Hill Clubhouse Uchee Creek Campground & Marina Destin Army Recreation Area Breezeway Complex (Bar & Lounge, Patio or Pool) Wetherby Field Roz’s Cafe & Catering Banquet Room El Zapata Banquet Room

Please Note: For non-military events, call our Catering Office at 706-325-9490.

Guidelines for Venue Rental 1. Contact the DFMWR facility you want to use to verify cost and availability of service/space and rental fees, if applicable. 2. Deposit required for room and equipment fees at time of booking. 3. Payment required for food/beverage (meals) due at least 7 days prior to function. 4. Units needing assistance with Unit Funds may contact our Financial Management Branch at 706-545-2448.

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SERVICES

AUTO SKILLS CENTER

CAR WASH

WE DO IT vs YOU DO IT Repair or rebuild your own vehicle, or let us do it for you! One of the Army’s largest auto repair centers, with 42 bays, the Fort Benning Auto Skills Center employs certified mechanics and training instructors who stand ready to help you repair or customize your car.

The $9 option at the MWR car washes on Fort Benning includes treatments for the undercarriage, windshield and sidewalls and a hot wax. MWR car washes are located on Main Post beside the Auto Skills Center on Marchant Avenue, “under” the water tower in Harmony Church and next to the Commissary on Marne Road.

WE DO IT You-do-it customers have on-site access to a free computer program that provides easyto-read step-by-step instructions on every kind of repair imaginable. It will also tell you what parts you may need to purchase and what you should expect to pay for them. You’ll likely find them in stock at the Auto Skills Center, priced less than you’ll find off post, and tax free! Self Serve bays are available from 11am-7pm Wednesday-Sunday.

YOU DO IT Let our certified professionals handle your car care or do it yourself! • We provide quality, affordable programs and first-class service to all MWR patrons. • We have 42 bays for auto repair and do-it-yourself services. • Staff members are available to guide you through your self-service project. • We do brake inspections and repairs, tire services, air conditioning checks and charges and more. • Supplies and parts are sold at the service center. • Long-term vehicle storage is available for lengthy auto repairs or rebuilds. • We have the Nitrogen Tire Inflation System. Replace the air in all four tires for $27. “Top offs” are free for the life of your tire! 36 | On the Go | benning.armymwr.com

Building 2502, 7308 Anderson Street 706-689-9777 Monday - Closed • Tuesday - Thursday - 5 - 9pm Friday - 10am - 6pm • Weekends - Closed

We have everything you need for customized needs! 3270 2nd Infantry Division Road • 706-682-0730


SERVICES

LAUNDROMAT

TICKETS & TRAVEL

EXTRA EXTRA READ ALL ABOUT IT! We’re saluting U.S. military personnel by offering Walt Disney World Resort promotional theme park tickets! Choose between a 4-day, 5-day or 6-day Disney Military Promotional Ticket. The Park Hopper option is included, so you can visit multiple theme parks in a single day! If you’re looking for a little extra magic, add the Park Hopper Plus option for $50 more, plus tax. With this ticket, you’ll get all of the benefits of the Park Hopper option, plus you can enjoy a certain number of visits to a Disney water park and other Walt Disney World fun.

2020 SEABREEZE JAZZ FESTIVAL

The ultimate weekend of “Smooth Jazz” on the Gulf Coast is set for April 22- 26 in Panama City Beach, Florida. Enjoy the top names in smooth contemporary jazz -- all steps away from the gorgeous white-sand beaches, fun shopping with over 150 stores, restaurants, and more. The surrounding area also offers world-class dining, beach-front accommodations and a wide selection of attractions to explore.

You can clean just about anything, including your TA-50, at the Main Post Laundromat, with 29 heavy duty washers, up to 80 pounds capacity, 51 single load machines and 44 commercial dryers. Unit laundry parties can be facilitated between 10pm and 8am by appointment. More more information, call 706-545-3398.

DOG WASH

Attached to the Main Post Car Wash, our doit-yourself, climate controlled dog wash is the first of its kind on a U.S. military installation. You may use your credit card or the reloadable MWR Car Wash Card for washing, drying and, flea and tick bathing options. Open 24/7.

** ALL SALES ARE FINAL, NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES**

2020 TRAVEL EXTRAVAGANZA Fort Benning’s Annual Travel Extravaganza will be hosted by MWR Tickets & Travel on Monday, April 13 at the Benning Club in the Regimental Room from 10am - 1pm. Over 50 vendors will be present to discuss information and answer any questions! This is a FREE event, is open to the general public and is Exceptional Family Member friendly. Door Prizes will include attraction tickets, hotel stays, memorabilia, clothing and a grand prize. The scavenger hunt will give you a chance to win the GRAND PRIZE! *Participants do not have to be present to win prizes (excluding the Grand Prize). *The Benning Club’s dining facility will be open for lunch for visitors to eat and experience the Extravaganza. Lunch prices vary. For more information on these events, contact MWR Tickets & Travel Leisure Services at (706) 626-7644.

Call for an appointment

Weekdays, 9am - 2pm

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Check presentation to Family and MWR. From left to right: Jackie Robinson, Flint Energies, Al Gelineau, Family and MWR Director, Susan Poole, Flint Energies and Bob Ray, President and CEO Flint EMC

Family and MWR welcomes our new partner, Flint Energies. Flint Energies has come aboard with Family and MWR through our commercial sponsorship program. Flint EMC President and CEO, Bob Ray, says â&#x20AC;&#x153;he has always looked for various avenues to give back to the Soldiers and Families here on Fort Benning in the local Army community.â&#x20AC;? We are so glad and grateful he chose Family and MWR. Flint Energies has been a fixture on Fort Benning since 1988. Servicing our servicemen and women as well as our Army community with innovative and reliable energy and customer service beyond reproach. Look for Flint Energies at several of our upcoming events. Say hello and thank you for all that they do here on Fort Benning.

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SPORTS & FITNESS

5K BUNNY RUN

AQUATICS

LIFEGUARD CLASSES Join us for the 4 legged love run, part of the 5K Run Series, on April 4 at 8am at Doughboy Stadium. For each race, participants will earn one part of a five-medal set. The cost is $15 per race for adults and $10 for kids 5 and younger. Mom and Dad can run with kids for free, or kids can run with parents free. No medal will be issued for participants who do not register. Courses are stroller friendly. Register for each race individually at webtrac.mwr.army.mil. For more information, contact haley.c.ryan.naf@mail.mil. Registration on morning of each race goes up to $20 for adults and $15 for ages 5 and under. The first 250 to register for each race will receive a T-shirt. The remaining races are the Run to Remember, May 16 and Summer Soaker, June 6. Be on the look out for when sign-up starts.

CHESTY PULLER CHALLENGE

Join MWR Sports for the annual Fort Benning Chesty Puller Challenge, a 10ish-mile trail run on March 14 at 9am. Registration is $50 until the day of the race, when it will increase to $70. The Chesty Puller Challenge is open to teams and to the public. The first 100 participants will receive a T-shirt and the challenge will include finisher medals and overall awards. The 1-Mile and 2-Mile fun run for kids will begin at 8:30 am. The cost is $10 until race day, then increases to $20. Kids will receive a finisher medal. Register at Smith Fitness Center or online at benning.armymwr.com.

We offer a 2-year lifeguard certification, which includes the American Red Cross Certification, lifeguarding, first aid, CPR and AED, for MWR patrons 15 and older. Classes are March 30 - April 3 and April 2526/May 2-3. Classes are 32 hours/4 days course, start is at 9am until 5pm each of the 4 days at Briant Wells Indoor Pool. For more information, call the aquatics team at 706-545-1400. CPR CLASSES We offer a 2-year American Red Cross Certification (valid from the date of course completion) March 11 and April 15 This is a 7 hour class, 60 min lunch break for $90. Upon successfully participating in all course activities and passing the Final Written Assessment with at least an 80%, the participant receive their certificate. Certification is for Adult, Child and Infant CPR, First Aid and AED. Classes are subject to cancellation with notice. For more information, call the aquatics team at 706-545-1400. ADULT SWIMMING LESSONS

COMMANDERâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;S CUP SOCCER

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Adult Swimming Lessons are available for ages 18 year to 99+ and are offered as one-on-one. Lessons cover everything from treading water to basic skills like floating, proper swimming skills and stroke refinement. Sessions are 1 hour long and available for purchase by a single session for $30 or 5 sessions for $135. For more information, call the aquatics team at 706-5451400.


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ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE Army Community Service...............................................706-545-4043 Patch Hall, Building 7, 7117 Baltzell Avenue

Exceptional Family Member, Financial Readiness, Information and Referral, Relocation, Army Emergency Relief

Army Community Service Building 359, 7021 Ingersoll Avenue Survivor Outreach Services .................................................706-545-2989 Family Advocacy Program .............................................706-545-3202 Lewis Hall, Building 36, 7131 Richardson Circle Military Family Life Consultants.....................................706-566-1033 Building 359, 7021 Ingersoll Avenue

CHILD & YOUTH SERVICES CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS (CDC) 1st Division CDC .............................................................706-545-6656 Building 1051, 7191 1st Division Road Indianhead CDC...............................................................706-626-0673 Building 2389, 6351 Indianhead Road Main Post CDC.................................................................706-545-3732 Building 1366, 7000 Yeager Avenue McGraw CDC....................................................................706-544-1758 Building 11306, 8220 Custer Road Sante Fe CDC...................................................................706-544-2339 Building 9242, 7151 Hoff Street Family Child Care ...........................................................706-545-4868 Building 9257, 7919 Marne Road Middle School & Teen ....................................................706-545-3070 Building 1055, 7110 McIver Street Parent Central Services .................................................706-545-2079 Building 104, 6880 Marchant Avenue School Age Care..............................................................706-545-3605 Building 2653, 7502 Ingersoll Street School Liaison Officer....................................................706-626-8625 Building 85, 6850 Barron Avenue Youth Sports.....................................................................706-545-0522 Building 1056, 7110 McIver Street

DINING & PUBS Benning Club Catering.......................................................706--545-0935 Building 128, 7010 Morrison Avenue Destiny Dogs....................................................................706-685-4466 Building 2785, 6530 Eckel Avenue El Zapata..........................................................................706-689-9009 Building 2784, 7611 Sightseeing Road Infantry Bar..........................................................................706-545-8426 Building 2784 , 7611 Sightseeing Road, Jack’s 19th Hole..............................................................706-545-0397 Building 390, 390 Baltzell Avenue JAVA CAFÉS Main Post..........................................................................706-626-0232 Building 1685, 1685 Gaudette Street Harmony Church...............................................................706-626-2971 Building 4102, Jamestown Road Ridgway Hall ....................................................................706-545-3938 Ridgway Hall, Building 35, 35 Ridgway Loop 42 | On the Go | benning.armymwr.com

Mall Bowling Center Snack Bar.....................................706-682-7781 Building 9232, 8140 Marne Road Roz’s Cafe ........................................................................706-641-2184 Building 390, 390 Baltzell Avenue Smoothie King.................................................................706-685-8200 Building 2874, 6835 Dixie Road SUBWAY Main Post..........................................................................706-687-8274 Building 2502, 7308 Anderson Street Sand Hill............................................................................706-687-4919 Building 3308, 5300 41st Infantry Regiment Street Zaxby’s..............................................................................706-683-0066 Building 1692,7290 Ingersoll Street

DFMWR ADMINISTRATION Business and Recreation Division................................706-545-7357 Building 85, 6850 Barron Avenue BOSS .................................................................................706-604-7675 Child & Youth Services...................................................706-545-6811 Building 85, 6850 Barron Avenue Director.............................................................................706-545-1511 Building 85, 6850 Barron Avenue Deputy Director .............................................................. 706-545-6701 Building 85, 6850 Barron Avenue Marketing & Sponsorship ............................................ 706-545-3328 Building 85, 6850 Barron Avenue Support Management Division ................................... 706-545-4937 Building 85, 6850 Barron Avenue

FITNESS CENTERS & AQUATICS Aquatics.............................................................................706-545-1400 Building 394, Lauber Street Audie Murphy.......................................................................706-545-1940 Building 2818, 6561 Way Street Breezeway ....................................................................... 706-545-1687 Building 117, 7190 Muir Street Kefurt ............................................................................... 706-544-4511 Building 9001, 8710 Watkins Street Santiago .......................................................................... 706-544-9486 Building 3350, 5310 23rd Infantry Regiment Street Smith ................................................................................ 706-545-4388 Building 2874, 6835 Dixie Road Whittington High Performance Center...................... 706-544-7528 Building 4303, 7098 Old Cusseta Highway

RECREATION Destin Army Recreation Area........................................850-837-6423 557 Calhoun Avenue, Destin, Florida Bowling and Entertainment Center.............................. 706-545-4272 Building 2785, 6530 Eckel Avenue Fort Benning Golf Course.............................................. 706-545-0397 Building 390, 390 Baltzell Avenue Drop Zone........................................................................ 706-587-4040 Building 2502, 7308 Anderson Street Harmony Church Recreation Center........................... 706-626-1265 Building 4203, 6986 Old Cusseta Highway Main Post Recreation Center....................................... 706-545-8205 Building 2784, 7611 Sightseeing Road


Mall Bowling.................................................................... 706-682-7781 Building 9232, 8140 Marne Road McIver Suites.................................................................. 706-545-4053 McIver Street MWR Bingo...................................................................... 706-544-1964 Building 93, 6870 Wold Avenue Outdoor Recreation........................................................ 706-545-7978 and Equipment Resource Center Building 1707, 7310 Gillespie Street Recreational Shooting Complex.................................. 706-545-6158 Building 2975, 7839 1st Division Road, Coursen Range Sand Hill Recreation Center......................................... 706-544-9161 Building 3308, 5300 41st Infantry Regiment Street Uchee Creek Campground & Marina.......................... 706-545-4053 7 Uchee Creek Road

Soldier Photos................................................................. 706-685-2222 Building 3308, 5300 41st Infantry Regiment Street Tickets and Travel........................................................... 706-626-7644 Building 9230, 9230 Marne Road

OTHER AGENCIES Lodging, Abrams Hall.....................................................877-711-8326 Military Police..................................................................706-545-5222 Post Operator .................................................................. 706-545-2011 Recon Sportswear ......................................................... 706-682-0730 Veterinary Services ........................................................ 706-545-1127

SERVICES Auto Skills Center ...........................................................706-545-2337 Building 111, Marchant Avenue Car & Dog Wash Facilities...............................................706-545-7298 Dog Wash, Building 105, Marchant Avenue Harmony Church Car Wash, Building 4101, Jamestown Road Mall Car Wash, Building 9231, Marne Road Main Post Car Wash, Building 105, Marchant Avenue Laundromat..................................................................... 706-545-3398 Building 1683, 6900 Gaudette Avenue Milton E. Long Library..................................................... 706-545-4911 Building 2783, 6529 Eckel Avenue NAF Property................................................................... 706-545-3751 Building 2384, 7701 Prussman Street

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