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FEATURES - May 2014 Publisher Creative ink Advertising Ed Snyder Opportunity Knox Staff Laura Sanders Katrina Clark, Jennifer Palalay, Iva Pearlstein Tracy Whitaker, Kerry Weintraub, Nick Knight, Teressa Honeycutt, Ashley Bills, Michael Steinmacher

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Fort Knox Red Cross celebrates Red Crescent Day.

Want to advertise in Opportunity Knox? Call Ed Snyder at (270) 945-2864 or email: edsnyder@opportunityknoxmwr.com Opportunity Knox is a monthly magazine produced by the Fort Knox Family and MWR Marketing Department under the authority of AR 215-1. Facilities and activities publicized are open to authorized patrons.

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Get Ready for Summer May is National Hamburger Month and Memorial Day.

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Best Selling Authors to Visit Two New York Times Bestselling Authors, Greg Iles and Joseph Finder, appear at Barr Memorial Library.

The purpose of Opportunity Knox is to provide current information about Fort Knox Family and MWR activities and events and to share ideas that will help readers become educated about Fort Knox Family and MWR activities. Views and opinions expressed are those of the authors. The mention or appearance of commercial advertisers, commercial sponsors, and/or their logos does not constitute endorsement by the Federal Government or the U.S. Army. The information in this issue is current at the time of publication. Activities and events are subject to change without notice.

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Run for the Roses A guide to this year’s Kentucky Derby.

Fort Knox Family and MWR Marketing is located at 4248 Bullion Boulevard, Fort Knox, Kentucky. For more information, call (502) 624-3693 or log on to www.KnoxMWR.com.

10 Local Sites to Enjoy Plenty of unique sites for you and your Family to visit close to Fort Knox.

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grams and Services that enable readiness and resiliency to the Total Military Family.

A special retelling of famous fairy tales and rhymes at Barr Memorial Library.

14 Mother’s Day Treat your Mother to a special Brunch this year at the Saber and Quill.

16 Cinco de Mayo Feast Recipes to help make your celebration a success.

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Fort Knox Red Cross Celebrates

Red Crescent Day By Iva Pearlstein

May 8, the birthday of Henry Dunant, founder of the Red Cross, was chosen for Red Cross and Red Crescent Day, first held in 1948. It began as a post-WWII initiative for global peace. Today the event is supported by the International Red Cross, an organization which aims to protect lives and health, as well as to alleviate or prevent suffering. Congress has sanctioned the Red Cross to provide an emergency message service for Military personnel and there are Red Cross workers supporting U.S. service members throughout the world. The Fort Knox Red Cross works hard to support its Soldiers. “The operations on post are near and dear to my heart because we take care of Soldiers,” states May Giulitto, Fort Knox Red Cross Manager.

Wounded Warriors, Soldiers undergoing therapy, and children have the opportunity to benefit from these specially trained dogs. Santa’s Workshop is another special program that provides toys for Military Families that are financially challenged during the holiday season. Through the Summer Youth Volunteer Program, youth starting at age 13 are able to volunteer at various operations on the Installation during their summer vacation. The volunteer opportunities are age appropriate and provide valuable experience for future job searches as well as giving the participants a real sense of accomplishment and responsibility. Volunteer hours are tracked and the youth are recognized for their service at the end of the summer program. Contact the office to arrange an interview. Army Veteran, Tommy Marian, with his Master’s Degree in Education and Army leadership skills, puts his experience to good use as the Coordinator for Helping Hands. He manages the Helping Hands Program and says, “The key to keeping good volunteers is a happy work atmosphere. We all work in harmony here!” Operations have recently been reorganized to accommodate the food, clothing and household goods stored at the building. In addition to non-perishable

Multiple programs run by the Red Cross on Fort Knox support Soldiers and their Families. Giulitto is pleased that this spring her programs on Fort Knox will be able to accommodate Reserve Soldiers that come for monthly drill weekends. Furthermore, Department of Defense (DoD) civilians living in Fort Knox housing will be considered for eligibility on a case-by-case basis. Giulitto relates, “When DoD Civilians come from other locations, they will be able to take advantage of our lending closet before their household goods arrive.” “Because we don't want children or Families to go hungry,” the Red Cross also makes food available through its Helping Hands operations explained Giulitto. She said if there is a good reason, Soldiers below the rank of E5 or in the future, DoD Civilians below G5 would be considered eligible. Each case will be evaluated individually. As a former volunteer herself, Giulitto became committed to the Red Cross when she worked as a dietician and experienced how the organization supported the Soldiers at a Military hospital. She has performed many different jobs for the Red Cross and is the only paid staff member on Fort Knox. “All our coordinators are volunteers,” stated Giulitto proudly. Pet Therapy, offered on Fort Knox since 2011, provides training for dogs and their owners so they can participate in programs serving Soldiers and their Families. 3

Tommy Marian, Coordinator of Helping Hands, stands among the many resources available to those who seek help.

food items - jeans, coats, jackets and Military clothing - are welcomed donations and available at the facility. “We are always in need of volunteers and have no requirements for a commitment to a set number of hours. The minimum age is 13 and even if you just have very limited time, we can still use your help. Time here is well spent,” says Marian. He has dedicated himself to the Fort Knox Red Cross operation because, “I have worn Soldier's boots and in my heart, I am a Soldier and will always take care of Soldiers.”

Contact information:

May Giulitto Manager – Fort Knox Red Cross 1131 Fifth Avenue (502) 624-2163 Helping Hands, Building 119 on Binter Street (behind the Commissary and across from the Class Six)


May is National Hamburger Month and Memorial Day:

Get Ready for Summer! By Ashley Bills

The temperature is on the rise, the birds serenade their sweet sounds, and shorts and sandals have replaced parkas and boots. With the wicked winter in our rear view mirror, May is the month the door to summer is officially opened. Memorial Day is May 26 and is the official start of outdoor cookouts. With Memorial Day cookouts and celebrations planned, it is fitting that May is also National Hamburger Month. The Library of Congress has named Louis Lassen, a Dutch immigrant and owner of the Louis Lunch sandwich shop in New Haven, CT, as the creator of the first hamburger in America when he served a ground meat patty between two slices of bread in 1900. It later became recognized by sailors from Hamburg, Germany, who would name the sandwich after themselves. The Seymour Community Historical Society in Wisconsin also lays claim to be the home of the hamburger. They credit Charles “Hamburger Charlie” Nagreen as the hamburger inventor when he sold a meatball between two slices of bread at the Outagamie County Fair in 1885 so customers could eat while walking.

plan our cookouts, there are a few things you can do to enjoy a great hamburger and lower the calories so you still look great in your swim suit this summer! • • • • • •

Use low-fat ground beef or ground turkey Create a thinner bun by spooning out the middle part of both sides of the bun Eat the patty without the bun If presented with a thick patty, cut it in half down the center Skip or limit the condiments Opt for grilled veggies that are rich in flavor for burger toppings

As we kick off Memorial Day 2014 with BBQ gatherings, it is more than cooking a delicious hamburger. We must remember what this day is all about and appreciate its meaning. This day is meant to remember those who have fallen while fighting for our freedom. This day is dedicated to those service members who have put the lives of others ahead of their own. Thank you for all that you have done and for making this day possible.

Many other names are credited to inventing the hamburger to include Otto Kuase, Oscar Weber Bilby, Frank and Charles Menches, and Fletcher Davis when they created a meat-style sandwich during the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. There is a great debate about who actually invented the hamburger here in America and we may never know who definitively invented the hamburger. The classic hamburger has evolved and proved to become an iconic traditional American dish over the years. While the most popular version of the hamburger is topped with ketchup and mustard, many other versions have been created based on taste. The hamburger can be loaded with many extra condiments to include cheese, lettuce, pickles, onions, bacon, onion rings, and more! The more we top the burger, the more the calories add up. As we approach Memorial Day weekend and knoxmwr.com

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Bestselling Authors Set to Thrill Library Audiences By Michael Steinmacher

The month of May packs a suspense filled punch for thriller fans at Barr Memorial Library. Two New York Times Bestselling Authors, Greg Iles and Joseph Finder, appear just a week apart in the Authors at Your Library series.

Iles is a member of the literary musical group, The Rock Bottom Remainders. The group, which includes authors Stephen King, Ridley Pearson, Mitch Albom, Amy Tan, and Scott Turow, has performed at numerous venues.

Iles, the #1 New York Times Bestselling Author of The Devil’s Punchbowl, appears May 21 at 12 p.m. to discuss and sign Natchez Burning. Finder visits May 28 at 6 p.m. and will discuss and sign his newest effort Suspicion.

Audiences will barely have time to recover from the excitement of Greg Iles’s appearance when they get to meet Joseph Finder the following week. During his event, Finder will discuss Suspicion, which tells the story of a single father who, in order to protect his daughter, makes a choice with dire consequences. Finder’s appearance at the library follows a visit to the installation’s Wounded Warrior Battalion earlier in the day. Finder, who majored in Russian Studies at Yale, published his first book in 1983 at the age of 24. That non-fiction book, Red Carpet: The Connection Between the Kremlin and America’s Most Powerful Businessmen, inspired his first novel, The Moscow Club, which Publisher’s Weekly called one of the 10 best thrillers of all time.

Iles published his debut novel, Spandau Phoenix, in 1993. The book, a thriller about notorious Nazi war criminal Rudolf Hess, is the first of his 13 New York Times Bestsellers. Iles followed that success with another World War II thriller, Black Cross. Introducing his protagonist Penn Cage, a prosecuting attorney turned politician, in 1999’s The Quiet Game, Iles continued the character’s story arc in 2006’s Turning Angel and 2011’s The Devil’s Punchbowl. Iles published the novella The Death Factory for eBook readers in March, resolving a cliffhanger he left dangling at end of The Devil’s Punchbowl. Iles stated he never expected such a long delay with his next book, but a near fatal car crash in March 2011 left the author with life threatening injuries. Natchez Burning marks the release of his first full length novel in five years and is the first book in a trilogy continuing the story of Penn Cage. Iles’s other novels, which include 24 Hours, The Footprints of God, Third Degree, and True Evil, have been international successes as well, with translations in more than 20 languages and publication in more than 35 countries worldwide. Iles’s 24 Hours was adapted as the film Trapped, which starred Charlize Theron and Kevin Bacon. Iles wrote the film’s screenplay. knoxmwr.com

Finder was vaulted onto The New York Times Bestseller list in 2004 with the release of Paranoia, which focused on corruption and conspiracy in the corporate world. A movie adaptation starring Gary Oldman and Harrison Ford was released in 2013. With 2009’s Vanished, Finder introduced a continuing character, intelligence investigator Nick Heller. The character reappeared in 2011’s Buried Secrets, for which Finder was recognized with a Strand Critics Award for Best Novel. His other novels include Extraordinary Powers, The Zero Hour and High Crimes, which was adapted as a film starring Ashley Judd and Morgan Freeman. For Soldiers who attend in uniform, a limited number of complimentary copies of Iles’s and Finder’s books will be available at the events. Copies of Natchez Burning and Suspicion will also be available for sale. For additional information about the events, call (502) 624-1232.

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The Kentucky Derby:

The Run for the Roses

By Ashley Bills

“The crowd in the grand stand sent out a volume of voice, and the crowd in the field took it up and carried it from boundary to boundary of Churchill Downs.” - The Louisville Commercial, 1883 The Kentucky Derby is one of the premier horse racing events known across the country and is the first leg of the U.S. Triple Crown. It comes annually the first weekend of May and is a rite of passage for spring. A two-week festival leads up to unveil the prestigious race. The Kentucky Derby Festival considered the biggest party of spring with over 1.5 million people attending over 70 events begins on April 12 and gallops through May 3 when the horses take to the track at Churchill Downs. While you wait for race day, there are plenty of festivities to keep you busy in and around Louisville.

that we know today. “From the fantastic to the sublime, there are no rules or limits when it comes to choosing your Derby hat,” states the Kentucky Derby website. Typically, women wear pastel colored dresses, frilly dresses or bold separates to coordinate with their whimsical hats. Men dress in their Sunday best and get a chance to shine. If you are watching the races from the infield, the rules are a bit more relaxed. Hats can be a bit more extreme and casual attire is permitted such as optional jackets, blazers, vests, collared shirts, sweaters, slacks, golf shorts, dress shorts, khakis, and capris. The Mint Julep is a long-time tradition of The Kentucky Derby. A Mint Julep consists of bourbon, mint leaves, sugar, water, and ice. Every year, the Kentucky Derby sells 79 Mint Juleps for $1,000! These Mint Juleps are made with the finest bourbon available and served in a sterling silver cup with the current year and a fine rider image. It comes with a gold plated straw and gold plated garland of roses at the base of the cup. These cups are sold only on race day to raise money for charities that support retired race horses. The Paddock area is a popular spot at Churchill Downs. The horses are paraded around the paddock area before each race. Spectators can get a close-up glimpse of each horse before they are led out to the track.

Thunder over Louisville kicks off the Kentucky Derby Festival on April 12 with a bang, literally, with a spectacular display of fireworks and a phenomenal air show all rolled into one. In addition, there are countless refreshment and entertainment options available on the ground. The annual Kentucky Derby Festival Marathon and Half Marathon take place on April 19. Sign up for these challenging races as an individual or as a team of up to five runners at www.active.com. The registration deadline is April 14. If you haven’t had the privilege of visiting Churchill Downs during The Kentucky Derby, there are a few things to know ahead of time. Hats, hats and more hats! Hats have been the signature of derby races for centuries. It is a tradition that dates as far back to the Royal Ascot races in the United Kingdom. It was decreed that guests within the Royal Enclosure would follow a modest and stringent dress code. According to www.royalascot.com, male guests would attend in full mourning dress to include a top hat and ladies could not show midriffs or shoulders and must wear hats. A similar idea was adopted here in the U.S. and later became the dress code knoxmwr.com

The Kentucky Oaks Day is held on the Friday before the Kentucky Derby and this year falls on May 2. This race is for 3 year-old thoroughbred fillies and the race covers 1,800 meters. This race is also known as “Lilies for the Fillies” because the winner receives a garland of lilies. It is most popular with folks from Kentucky and is often considered an “administrative holiday.” Some of the fastest horses from around the world take to the track during the Kentucky Derby in an attempt to win the “greatest two minutes in sports.” The prestigious race is known as the “Run for the Roses” as the winner of the Kentucky Derby race receives a garland of red roses. Horses are not the only winners during the Kentucky Derby. Many viewers from all around the world wager on their favorite horses. Wagers begin at $2. Tickets to these races can be pricey; however, general admission tickets with limited access are available the day of the event. Many prefer to view the race on TV in the comfort of their home or attend Derby-themed parties. The Churchill Downs Museum is open year-round for those who can’t attend the races but want to feel the experience of being at the track. Resources: www.churchilldowns.com, www.kentuckyderby.com.

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Local Sites to Enjoy By Iva Pearlstein

Around the Fort Knox Community, there are so many interesting sites to see and many wonderful places to explore, that your visitors just might want to extend their stay! Retiree and current Army Civilian at Cadet Command on Fort Knox, Michael Chiara, related, “Our family moved here about 10 years ago while we were still Active Duty. We did not think that this would be where we want to retire, but the area is great and has something for just about everyone!” Historical sites, museums, nature, sport facilities, great food and drink – all this and more can be easily reached from the Fort Knox area. Fort Knox itself has a multitude of enjoyable possibilities for you and your visitors conveniently located on the installation. The General George Patton Museum of Leadership has been recently renovated and updated with smart technology. Showcasing the history of Army leadership at all levels and ranks, it covers Army history from 1775 to recent operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. An interactive tour, obtainable by downloading the Patton Museum App on your smart device will enhance your visit. Lindsey Golf Course, the Fort Knox Water Park, Falls Landing Mini Golf, Houston Bowling Patton Museum Center, and the French Shooting Club are just some of the possibilities offered by Fort Knox Family and MWR. Check the website for details and special events. As the Scoutmaster for Fort Knox Troop 128, Chiara knows all about local nature reserves. “Saunders Springs is for the folks who like to hike. Otter Creek Outdoor Recreation Area is great for hiking, biking, fishing, and horseback riding for those with private access to horses,” suggests Chiara. Boy Scout Joseph Lampe, who is in Chiara's troop, enjoys hiking at Bernheim Arboretum Bernheim Visitor Center and Research Forest. “You can get a great view by climbing to the top of the fire tower located on one of the hiking trails,” recommends Lampe. Car folks can enjoy antique cars at Swope's Cars of Yesteryear Museum in nearby Elizabethtown. By taking a slightly further drive to Bowling Green, you can visit the National Corvette Museum. There you can see over 70 rare and unique Corvettes along with a sinkhole that swallowed eight of them in February 2014! Historical sites are plentiful in the area. The Abraham Lincoln Birthplace, located in Hodgenville is one of Kentucky's National Historical Parks. Visit the museum, take a walking tour and learn about the early years of our 16th President. Also rich in history is Bardstown with its Old Bardstown Monument at Lincoln’s Birthplace

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Village and Civil War Museum. The village, a collection of log buildings - all over 200 years old - is a reproduction of an American frontier community before 1800. For those interested in Civil War history, the museum is excellent with a new addition that features the important roles that women played during the Civil War years.

Bardstown Civil War Reenactment

Many diverse attractions can be found when you head to the city of Louisville. The renowned Kentucky Derby is held at Churchill Downs which offers both tours and a museum to visitors along with its horse races. With every tour admission at the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, guests receive a free mini bat! Just make sure you don't pack it in your carryon bag for air travel or it will be removed at the security checkpoint and become City of Louisville part of the airport's collection. Celebrating its 100th anniversary this year is The Belle of Louisville, constructed during the Steamboat Era and still cruising the Ohio River. In October, a Festival of Riverboats will be held in its honor. These highlights are just a few of Louisville's numerous sites worth seeing. Regarding a local food specialty, the Kentucky Hot Brown, Chiara says, Belle of Louisville “It is a must eat and I insist my visitors have to try it when coming to Louisville!” Kentucky's most famous whiskey - Bourbon - also contributes to the plethora of local attractions. Bourbon distilleries offering tours, a Bourbon Heritage Center, and even the Kentucky Bourbon Festival (an annual September event in Bardstown) are all within easy reach of Fort Knox. However, there is no need to leave post if you want to savor bourbon in true Kentucky style. Fort Knox MWR together with the Brown-Forman Corp. recently opened the Woodford Reserve Room at the Saber & Quill. It is the only Bourbon Distillery branded Woodford Reserve Room in the Army. At the room's debut last May, Joe Bollinger of Brown-Forman stated, "It enables the true bourbon country experience right here on Fort Knox!" Further information: knoxmwr.com • generalpatton.org • radclifftourism.org/saunderssprings kentuckytourism.com/outdoor_adventure/nature_wildlife/otter-creek-park bernheim.org • swopemuseum.com • corvettemuseum.org • nps.gov/abli civil-war-museum.org • derbymuseum.org • sluggermuseum.com • belleoflouisville.org kybourbontrail.com • bourbonheritagecenter.com Saber & Quill (502) 942-0959 ext. 210/211

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Barr Memorial Library Celebrates Mother Goose Day By Michael Steinmacher

Evidence disputes claims that Mother Goose was a real 17th century figure, the widow of Bostonian, Isaac Goose. The woman, either named Elizabeth Foster Goose or Mary Goose, depending upon the version of the story, moved in with her daughter and entertained her grandchildren with her rhymes. The legend continues that the first publication of Goose’s stories were the result of the work of her son-in-law, a publisher.

Celebrate Mother Goose Day on May 1 with a special retelling of famous fairy tales and rhymes by her “spouse,” Father Goose, at 6 p.m. at Barr Memorial Library. Founded in 1987 by Gloria Delamar, author of Mother Goose: From Nursery to Literature, Mother Goose Day was established to encourage preschool reading and learning through nursery rhymes. The library event, one of many held throughout the United States, celebrates something all people have in common: fairy tales and nursery rhymes. The library program will feature Paul Odenwelder as Father Goose and will engage Family audiences with child participation, music and magic, all intertwined with stories familiar to people of all ages. This event is free and open to all. But who was Mother Goose? Is she real? Imaginary? More than likely, she is an imaginary figure, often depicted as an elderly woman with a tall hat and shawl. Sometimes, she’s a goose wearing a bonnet. While the origins of the name are unclear, the inspiration for her depiction definitely seems to lie in an archetypal, English country woman of considerable age.

However, John Newbery, often lauded as the “father of children’s literature” and for whom the prestigious Newbery Award for children’s literature is named, adopted Mother Goose as his pen name for a collection of famous rhymes which appeared in the 1760s. The Newbery book was printed in England and America. The success of Newbery’s book no doubt contributed to the widespread popularity and awareness of many of the fairy tales and rhymes. For additional information about the Barr Memorial Library program, call (502) 624-1232. Fairy tale books, Mother Goose: From Nursery to Literature, and a host of other books on the topic are currently available at the library.

Mother's Day Gift Ideas By Kerry Weintraub

The most important woman in most people’s lives is their mother. Celebrate your mother, and how much you love her, this year on May 11. Every year some struggle with finding unique gift ideas or different ways to celebrate Mother’s Day that will not break the bank. The first step is to start paying attention and listening. Chances are, she is dropping hints for gift ideas or special things that she would like to do on Mother’s Day. Simple, unique and inexpensive gift ideas for moms of all ages are easy to find with a little bit of forethought and creativity. Hiding love notes from the kids or grandkids placed in unexpected places for her to find, or changing her ring tone to a recording of the children saying “Love You Mom” are quick and effortless ways to show mom you are thinking of her. Instead of buying flowers that will only last a short while, put your creativity to work and make her a paper flower bouquet with notes on each flower of how much she is loved. Find a special something new or old that will bring back a special memory for mom. Schedule a day at the spa and she will come home relaxed and feeling rejuvenated. If your mother is not close by this Mother’s Day, find or make a special card or a special gift and send it to her.

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Celebrating with your mother on Mother’s Day doesn’t have to be complicated. Start off her day with a Mother’s Day brunch. Plan a Family game day with all her favorite games stacked and ready to play. Schedule a movie night featuring gourmet popcorn and all her favorite movies. Give mom the day off, pamper her a little and most of all, take care of all the household chores so all she has to do is relax. And don’t forget on Mother’s Day to call or Skype with her to make her day extra special. Fort Knox Family and MWR makes it easy to show mom how much you care with the annual Mother’s Day Brunch at the Saber & Quill. This brunch takes the stress out of planning and proves to your mom how special she really is! Make reservations to take her to the Mother’s Day Brunch at the Saber & Quill through Service Xpress. Watch www.knoxmwr.com for more information.

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Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a

Delicious Mexican Feast By Katrina Clark

Cinco de Mayo, or the “Fifth of May” is a holiday celebrated in Puebla, Mexico, to commemorate the victory of the “Outnumbered.” An ill-equipped Mexican Army defeated the invading French Army on May 5, 1862. The victory represented a significant morale boost to the Mexican Army and established a much needed sense of national unity and patriotism. On July 7, 2007, the U.S. Congress issued a concurrent resolution calling on the President of the United States to issue a proclamation calling upon the people of the U.S. to observe Cinco de Mayo with appropriate ceremonies and activities. Some celebrations often extend beyond the actual day to encompass an entire week with festive food, beverages and music. Many will agree, this is one tasty holiday to celebrate!

Pulled Pork Nachos Ingredients: 2 lbs. pulled pork (crock pot recipe below) 3 tbsp. smoky mesquite seasoning 13 oz. bag of corn tortilla chips 4 oz. Velveeta Cheese (melted) 1 cup of your favorite salsa 1 cup sour cream 2 cups shredded 3-cheese Mexican blend 1 can (15 oz.) black beans (drained and rinsed) Optional: jalapeños, olives, cilantro, tomatoes, guacamole, scallions Directions: Place a 2.5 lb. pork shoulder in the crock pot. Add 1 cup of water and sprinkle 3 tbsp. of smoky mesquite seasoning all over the meat. Cook on low for 6-8 hours. Take the pork shoulder out and shred with a fork. To assemble the nachos, arrange the tortilla chips on a large serving platter. Pile with warm pulled pork. Add beans, drizzle salsa and cheese over the top, to taste. Garnish with jalapeños, olives, tomatoes, guacamole, and scallions. Serve with sour cream and cilantro, if desired.

Mexican Lasagna Ingredients: 2 lbs. ground turkey or beef 1 can (16 oz.) refried beans 1 can (4 oz.) chopped green chilies 1 envelope taco seasoning 2 tbsp. hot salsa 1 pkg. flour tortillas 4 cups (16 oz.) shredded Colby-Monterey Jack cheese, divided 1 jar (16 oz.) mild salsa 4 oz. Velveeta Cheese (melted) 2 cups (16 oz.) sour cream 1 can (2-1/4 oz.) sliced ripe olives, drained 3 green onions, chopped Directions: Preheat the oven to 350°. In a large skillet, cook turkey or beef over medium heat until no longer pink; drain. Stir in beans, chilies, taco seasoning and hot salsa. In a greased, 13 x 9 inch baking dish, layer flour tortillas, meat mixture and 1 cup of shredded Colby-Monterey Jack cheese. Repeat layers twice. Combine mild salsa and Velveeta Cheese and pour over top. Cover and bake 1 hour or until heated through. Top with sour cream, olives, onions, tomatoes, and remaining cheese. Bake uncovered for 5 minutes. Let stand 10-15 minutes before cutting. knoxmwr.com

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CHILD & YOUTH ACTIVITIES SATURDAY CHILDCARE ‡‹Saturday, May 3 • For infants to 5th Grade • $4.00 per hour, 9 AM - 4 PM • CDC Bldg 4249 • Reservations required NLT one week in advance by calling (502) 624-7413. CYSS FAMILY MOVIE ‡‹„~ Sunday, May 18 • 2 PM • Waybur Theater • Parent must accompany children under age 10. Do not have to be registered with CYSS to attend. Seating is limited; first come, first serve basis. CDC EVENING CHILDCARE ‡‹Friday, May 16 • 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM • $4.00 per hour for infants to 5th Grade • CDC Bldg 4249 • Reservations required NLT one week in advance by calling (502) 624-7413. SAC SATURDAY ACTIVITIES ‡‹„~Saturday, May 17 • 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM • Free • For school age children K-5th grade. Must be registered with CYSS and have attended orientation prior to reserving a space. Reservations required NLT one week prior to the event. For reservations, contact (502) 624-6903. IMALONE WORKSHOP FOR YOUTH GRADES 5-12 ‡‹„~Saturday, May 17 • 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM • Bldg 67•The workshop is designed for youth new to staying home alone. The focus is safety skills and emergency situations. Parents must attend workshop prior to youth workshop on May 14, 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM at Bldg 67. To register, contact Parent Central Services (502) 624-6703.

FORT KNOX COMMUNITY PLAYGROUP ‡‹„~Friday, May 2, 9 & 16 • 10:00 AM -11:30 AM • Devers Middle School & Teen Center, Bldg 5543, Chaffee Ave • Free playgroup for children up to 5 years of age. Encourages parent/child interaction through unstructured activities for all ranks. More info: (502) 624-4483. DEVERS MIDDLE SCHOOL & TEEN CENTER ACTIVITIES ‡‹„~For more information about Devers MSTC activities, please call (502) 624-6442. May 2 Free Throw • 6 PM May 3 Tetherball • 6 PM May 4 Spa Day • 2 PM - 6 PM May 9 Laser Tag Tournament 3-on-3 • 6 PM May 10 Movie Madness • 9:30 PM • Waybur Theater • Free movie for 6th - 12 grade May 16 Fishing at Douglas Lake • 4:30 PM - 8 PM May 17 Game Room Tournament • 6 PM May 18 Outdoor Games • 2 PM - 6 PM May 23 After-School Club Party • 4:30 PM - 6 PM May 24 Flag Football • 6 PM May 30 Ping Pong • 6 PM May 31 Dodgeball 4-on 4 Tournament • 6 PM OPEN TO FAMILY MEMBERS OF:

‡Active Duty Military ‹ Fort Knox Employees and Contractors „ Military Retirees ~Reservists/National Guard

ENTERTAINMENT/RECREATION/ACTIVITIES BARR LIBRARY EVENTS (502) 624-1232 • „„„ − FATHER GOOSE MUSIC SHOW Thursday, May 1 • 6 PM • Free − TEEN ADVISORY BOARD Thursday, May 1 • 2:30 PM − PUPPY TALES Saturday, May 3 • 1 PM • Free − STORY HOUR Tuesdays, May 6, 13, 20 • 10 AM • Free • For infants to preschool. − STORYWALK Saturday, May 3 • 2:30 PM • Free − SOLDIER STORIES WRITING SEMINAR Wednesday, May 7, 14, 21, 28 • 5:00 PM • Free − TEEN THURSDAYS Thursdays, May 8, 15, 22, 29 • 3 PM • Free • For ages 13 -17. – LUNCH BUNCH BOOK DISCUSSION Wednesday, May 7 • 11 AM • Free − COUPON MANIA Wednesday, May 14 & 28 • 11 AM • Free – AUTHORS AT YOUR LIBRARY: GREG ILES „ Wednesday, May 21 • 12 PM • Free • New York Times Bestselling – AUTHORS AT YOUR LIBRARY: JOSEPH FINDER „ Wednesday, May 28 • 6 PM • Free • NY Times Bestselling author Joseph Finder will discuss and sign his new thriller Suspicion. author Greg Iles will be discussing and signing Natchez Burning, the first in a new trilogy.

RUN KNOX RUN 24 HR RACE „ Saturday, May 31 • $20 per runner • Run starts at Brady Loop Trail at 7 AM on May 31 and ends at 7 AM on June 1. Race will cover a 5 mile loop of asphalt and gravel with minimal traffic. Race as a solo runner or create a team of 2 or 3 runners. Only one team runner on the course at a time. Must be 18 years old to participate. Food and beverages will be for sale. Tents and sleeping bags for rent at Brady Loop Base Camp. To register visit www.knoxmwr.com and use ServiceXpress by May 22. SABER & QUILL EVENTS More info: (502) 942-0959 • Register online at ServiceXpress at knoxmwr.com – DINNER & MOVIE „ Friday, May 16 • 5 PM. – MOTHER'S DAY BRUNCH „ Sunday, May 11• 10 AM - 1:30 PM. FRENCH SHOOTING CLUB More info: (502) 624-7754 • Register online at ServiceXpress at knoxmwr.com Must pre-register.

– ADVANCED HANDGUN COURSE „ Saturday, May 3. – PISTOL MATCH NIGHT „ Saturday, May 10. – TACTICAL RIFLE INSTRUCTION „ Saturday, May 10. – DEFENSIVE PISTOL INTRODUCTION „ Saturday, May 17. – CONCEALED CARRY DEADLY WEAPON „ Saturday, May 31.

HEALTH & FITNESS FAIR „Saturday, May 10 • Post Exchange • 8 AM - 11 AM • Fitness & health

– 2014 SKEET CHAMPIONSHIP „ Runs until August 17.

booths • Commissary case lot sale • Red Cross Annual Run for the Red • More info: (502) 624-2163.

MATCH PLAY TOURNAMENT „ Thursday, May 22 • Lindsey Golf Course • $40 per team • Register NLT May 21 at (502) 624-2717.

SPIRITED CANVASES „ Thursday, May 29 • Saber & Quill • 6 PM - 8 PM • $35 includes

supplies and instruction • Step-by-step, create your own piece of one of a kind art. Must register and pay in advance at ITR. More info: (502) 624-5030.

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DEMO DAY & TENT SALE „ Saturday, May 24 • Lindsey Golf • 10 AM - 2 PM • Various Golf Vendors will be here to display their new 2014 product lines. Special discounts on all Special Orders. Visit the clearance sale on golf clubs, golf balls, golf apparel, golf bags, golf shoes • Info: (502) 624-2717.


ENTERTAINMENT/RECREATION/ACTIVITIES KARAOKE „ Every Friday • Saber & Quill Fiddler's Green • 7 PM - 12 AM • Featuring

LEVEL G PERSONAL GROWTH AND RESILIENCY „„„May 5, 6 & 7 • 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM • Bldg 67 • (502) 624-6291.

DJ Artie • More info: (502) 942-0959. U.S. CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION ASSISTANCE „Wednesday, May 7 • 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM • (502) 624-6291/8391. NEWCOMERS ORIENTATION „Wednesday, May 7 • Saber & Quill • 8:45 AM - 4 PM • (502) 624-6291. PERSONAL FINANCIAL TRAINING (DAY 2 NEWCOMERS ORIENTATION) „Thursday, May 8 • 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM • Bldg 67 • Mandatory for E-4 Soldiers and below. For information, call (502) 624-5989/8391. AUTISM SUPPORT MEETING „ Thursday, May 1 • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM • (502) 624-4067/5419. HEART TO HEART SUPPORT GROUP „ Thursday, May 1 • 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM • (502) 624-4067/5419. MANEJO ZFFECTIVE DE NUSESTRO DINERO (EDUCACIO`N FINANCIERA EN ESPANOL) „„„Thursday May 15 • 6 PM - 7:30 PM • More info: (502) 624-5989. BEING PROACTIVE IN PROTECTING YOUR FINANCIAL HEALTH „„„ Tuesday, May 6 • 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM • (502) 624-5989. COLOR LEGEND FOR ADMISSION POLICY „Open to Military & Family „Open to Fort Knox Employees & Family „Open to Military Retirees „Open to Everyone

NEW COMMANDERS FAMILY ADVOCACY BRIEF „ Monday, May 12 • 9 AM - 11 AM • More info: (502) 624-4528. CHILDREN AND DEPLOYMENT „ Tuesday, May 13 • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM • (502) 624-3526/3278. FRG LEADERS TRAINING „ Thursday, May 15 • 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM • (502) 624-3526/3278. FRG F.U.N. „ Thursday, May 29 • 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM • (502) 624-3526. HEARTS APART OUTREACH NETWORK „Thursday, May 22 • 10:00 AM - 11:30 AM • (502) 624-6291/8391. RESUME WRITING „ Thursday, May 15 • 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM • (502) 624-2742/8855. ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE STUDY GROUP „Meet every Monday and Wednesday • 9 AM - 12 PM • Bldg 67 • Registration is required. More info: (502) 624-6291. Classes with insufficient registration will be rescheduled or canceled. Please call to register. Army Community Service is located in Bldg 1477, Eisenhower Ave.


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