U.S. Army Garrison Daegu
NCO Call comes to Cactus Jacks
Comedy Show at the Hilltop
Community Campout Stay for the day or camp all night May 3rd at Kelly Field
Fitness Centers Celebrate National Fitness Month
U.S. ARMY GARRISON DAEGU Jim M. Bradford Commander, USAG Daegu CSM Michael E. Diggs, Sr. Command Sergeant Major William E. Christman Deputy to the Garrison Commander Paul M. Matthews Director, Family & Morale, Welfare and Recreation
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Date of Issue MAY 2014 Published by USAG Daegu FMWR Marketing
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FMWR Directory Facilities/Additional Activities
BOSS meeting & events
Camp Henry Army Community Service
Camp Carroll Army Community Service
Commercial Sponsorship Opportunities
Camp Walker Evergreen Golf Course
Camp Walker Evergreen Club
Camp Walker Hilltop Club
Camp Henry Henry’s Place
Camp Carroll Hideaway Club
“TITANS” House Band Schedules
Camp Henry Auto Skills
How to stay in touch
Camp Walker Arts & Crafts Center
Camp Walker Community Activity Center
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Camp Carroll Community Activity Center
Army Emergency Relief
Camp Walker Bowling Center
Camp Carroll Bowling Center
Child Youth & School Services
Camp Walker Kelly Fitness Center
Camp Henry Fit-To-Win Center
Strong B.A.N.D.S. sports events
Camp Carroll Fitness Center
AAFES Moves Schedules
Daegu American Red Cross
FMWR online event calendar
Cactus Jack’s Bar-NCO Call Social Night
CYS Services Community Campout FMWR Outlook 3
Directory of FMWR Facilities Camp Henry / Camp Walker DFMWR DAEGU Camp Henry, Building T-1211, Room 219 DSN: 768-7939 Project Manager: DSN: 768-7588 Mon – Fri: 0800-1700 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed NAF SUPPORT DIVISION DSN: 768-7588 / Mon-Fri: 0800-1700 Sat, Sun & US Holiday: Closed GARRISON ISO BRANCH Camp Henry, Building T-1211, Room 202 DSN: 768-7001 / 768-8850 Mon-Fri: 0800-1700 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT BRANCH (FMB) Camp Henry, Building T-1211, Room 204 DSN: 768-8123 / Mon-Fri: 0800-1700 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed SERVICES BRANCH Camp Henry, Building 1712 / 2FL DSN: 768-7572 / Mon-Fri: 0800-1700 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS) Camp Henry, Building T-1103 DSN: 768-7112 / Mon-Fri: 0800-1700 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed COMMUNITY RECREATION DIVISION (CRD) Camp Walker, Building S-335 DSN: 764-4432/ Mon-Fri: 0800-1700 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed Kelly Fitness Center, Camp Walker DSN: 764-4800/4225 Mon-Wed & Fri: 0500-2100 Thu: 0600-2100 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: 1000-1800 Indoor Pool, Camp Walker / DSN: 764-3873 Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri: 0600-1900 Thu: Closed Sat, Sun & US Holidays: 1000-1800 Fit-To-Win Center, Camp Henry / DSN: 768-6604 Mon-Wed & Fri: 0500-2000 Thu, 0600-2000 Sat & US Holidays: 1000-1800 Sun: Closed 4 FMWR Outlook
Community Activity Center, Camp Walker DSN: 764-4123 / Mon-Sun: 1100-2000 Entertainment, Camp Walker DSN: 764-4440 Mon-Fri: 0800-1700 / Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed Library, Camp Walker / DSN: 764-4318 Wed-Mon: 1000-2000 / Tue: Closed Arts & Crafts Center, Camp Walker DSN: 764-5692 Wed-Sun: 1100-2000 / Mon & Tue: Closed Auto Crafts, Camp Henry / DSN: 768-8164 Tue-Fri: 1000-1900 / Sat, Sun: 0900-1800 Mon: Closed BUSINESS OPERATIONS DIVISION (BOD) Camp Henry, Building T-1211, Room 221 DSN: 768-7716 / Mon-Fri: 0800-1700 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed Evergreen Community Club, Camp Walker DSN: 764-4060 Breakfast: Sat 0700-1100 / Sun 0700-1000 Lunch: Mon-Sat, 1100-1330 Dinner: Tue-Sat 1700-2030 Sunday Brunch: 1000-1400 Gazebo: Fri-Sun & US Holidays, 1200-1700 Henry’s Place, Camp Henry DSN: 768-7300 Lunch: Mon-Fri, 1100-1330 Dinner: Wed-Sat, 1700-2100 Bar Open: Wed-Sat, 1630-2300 Sun & U.S. & KN Holidays: Closed Hilltop Club, Camp Walker DSN: 764-4985 Mon-Thu & US Holidays: 1630-2200 Fri: 1630-0200 / Sat: 1200-0200 / Sun: 1200-2200 Game Room opens at 1100 Mon-Fri Evergreen Golf Course, Camp Walker DSN: 764-4601 / Mon-Sun: 0530-1830 Halfway House: 0830-1730 Driving Range: 0700-1730 Evergreen Pro Shop, Camp Walker / DSN: 764-4628 Mon-Sun & US Holidays: 0700-1700 Bowling Center, Camp Walker / DSN: 764-4334 Lanes, Game Room & Beverages: Mon, 1630-2100 / US Holidays, 1130-2100 Wed-Thu, 1630-2100 / Fri, 1630-2300 Sat, 1130-2300 / Sun, 1130-2100 Snack Bar: Mon, 1630-2030 / US Holidays, 1130-2030 Wed-Thu, 1630-2030 / Fri, 1630-2200 Sat, 1130-2200 / Sun 1130-2030 Tue: Closed
Directory of FMWR Facilities Camp Walker / Camp Henry
CHILD, YOUTH & SCHOOL SERVICES (CYSS) Camp Walker, Building S-257 DSN: 764-5298 Mon-Fri: 0900-1800 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed
Army Community Service, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-7900 Apple Blossom Cottage (ACS, Cp Carroll) DSN: 765-7049 Mon-Fri: 0800-1700 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed
Child Development Center, Camp Walker DSN: 764-4834 Mon, Tue, Wed & Fri: 0530-1800 Thu: 0615-1800 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed School Age Service, Camp Walker DSN 764-5072 / 764-5297 Mon-Fri: 1400-1800 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed Middle School / Teen Center, Camp Walker DSN: 764-5721 Mon-Fri: 1400-1900 Sat: 1300-1900 Sun & US Holidays: Closed Youth Sports, Camp Walker DSN: 764-4859 Mon-Fri: 1300-1700 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed School Liaison Service, Camp Walker DSN: 764-5702 Mon-Fri: 0815-1715 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed Cable TV, Camp Walker DSN: 764-5596 Mon-Sat: 0800-1700 Sun: Closed Army Lodging, Camp Walker DSN: 764-5536 Mon-Sun & US Holidays Open 24 hrs. 7 Days a Week Veterinary Clinic, Camp Walker DSN: 764-4858 Mon-Wed & Fri: 0900-1600 Tue, Sat & Sun & US Holidays: Closed Apple Tree Gift Shop, Camp Walker DSN: 764-5641 Wed & Thu: 1100-1600 1st & 3rd Sat: 1000-1500 (2nd & 4th Sat: Closed) Mon, Tue, Fri & US Holidays: Closed
Community Activity Center, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-7484 Open 7 Days a Week: 1100-2000 Hideaway Club, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-8574 Cashier Cage & Game Room Tue-Thu: 1100-2300 / Fri: 1100-0200 / Sat: 13000200 / US Holidays: 1700-2300 Snack Bar Tue-Thu: 1700-2100 / Fri: 1630-0130 / Sat: 17000130 / US Holidays: 1700-2300 Sun & Mon: Closed Bowling Center, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-4470 Sun-Thu & US Holidays: 1100-2200 Fri & Sat: 1100-2300 Snack Bar Closed Mon-Fri: 1330-1700 Cactus Jack’s Dining Room Mon-Fri, 1100-1300 Wed-Sat: 1630-2100 (Dinner) Library, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-8407 Thu-Tue: 1200-1900 Wed: Closed Fitness Center, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-8287 Mon-Wed & Fri: 0500-2100 Thu: 0600-2100 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: 1000-1800 Indoor Pool, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-7708 Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri: 0600-1900 Thu: Closed Sat, Sun & US Holidays: 1000-1800 Army Lodging, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-7722 / Mon-Sun & US Holidays Open 24 hrs. 7 Days a Week
“Making A Difference” FMWR Outlook 5
All single and unaccompanied Soldiers are welcome!
BOSS Meetings BOSS Coordinator SGT Freeman, Arie Office phone: 764-4426 email: Arie.email@example.com
Walker/Henry President PFC Crosby, Kristine 010-5329-4133 Carroll President SPC Rich, Brian 010-5770-4298 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Every Wednesday, 1000 Camp Henry/Walker BOSS Meeting Camp Walker Community Activity Center
Every Wednesday, 1330 Camp Carroll BOSS Meeting Camp Carroll Community Activity Center
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PAINTBALL Tournament Please have long sleeves, pants and boots/shoes covering the ankles! -Free Food -No cost to sign up first 8 teams (6 member) -1st, 2nd and 3rd place will be given trophies!
Sat, May 10th 1200-1700 Camp Carroll Paintball Range For more information, please call SPC Harris at 010-2573-3072 www.facebook.com/BOSSAreaIV
BOSS 3rd Annual Music & B-B-Q Festival at Mr. Seo’s Plum Farm Free Transportation Contact your BOSS rep for details.
Sat, 7 June, 1800-until Sponsored by
FREE Dinner Music Special Guest
ATV Trip to Gyeong-Ju Sat, May 24th -$10 p/person -25,000 won (pay on the day of the event) -Depart from Camp Walker CAC at 0900 and Camp Carroll CAC 1000
Sign up at the Cp Carroll CAC: 765-8325 or Cp Walker CAC: 764-4123 Wear comfortable clothes – you will get dirty so wear something you do not care about getting messy. Bring extra clothes or a towel if you want to change/ clean up after the trip.
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One and Only DMZ in the World
Korea DMZ Tour Saturday, 3 May
Only 44 Slots Available!
You will need your military ID or passport number when signing up for trip 0600 0700 1030 1200 1300
1530 1900 1930
Depart from Camp Walker CAC Depart from Camp Carroll CAC Arrive at and tour the Third Infiltration Tunnel, the Dora Observatory and the Dorasan train Station Lunch is at a Korean restaurant during the tour (Bring won Arrive at Camp BONIFAS â€“ Receive the JSA tour brief from US army Soldier at the JSA Visitorâ€™s Center. Tour the JSA (includes the Freedom House, Conference Row, The 1976 Ax murder site, and the Bridge of no return) Depart for Camp BONIFAS Arrive at Camp Carroll CAC Arrive at Camp Walker CAC
You can sign up at Camp Walker or Camp Carroll CACs (Military, civilians, and children over 10 years old are allowed to attend the tour)
NO REFUNDS AFTER 17 APRIL For more information, please contact your unit BOSS representative or call the BOSS office at 764-4432 8 FMWR Outlook
DMZ INFO TOP 5 THINGS TO REMEMBER FOR YOUR TRIP (Foreigner registration card is NOT acceptable. This is UNCMAC policy) UNCMAC is the United Nations Command Military Armistice Commission. 1. We kindly recommend you that you wear comfortable shoes (preferably sneakers) for this tour. Parts of the DMZ (especially the Joint Security Area) strictly enforce a dress code. Military policy requires all visitors to display a “neat and presentable appearance.” Generally, this means no ripped jeans, flip-flop sandals or clothing with profane or provocative text. Sports or athletic clothing (including gym shorts or track/stretch pants) are also prohibited, as are sleeveless shirts, tank tops and excessively baggy clothing. 2. Meal is not included. We will visit a Korean restaurant during the DMZ tour. You may bring food/snacks with you for your comfort. You need to bring about KRW 10,000 to eat at the restaurant or you can bring your own meal. The USO does not have any food services, vending machine or coffee. 3. Consider the weather: The weather will impact your DMZ tour experience! This may seem obvious, but on an especially cloudy, foggy or rainy day, it may be difficult to see into North Korea at the observatories. There’s plenty else to see, but it’s just something to keep in mind. 4. Please obey photo rules! Of course, you’ll want to snap photos of your DMZ experience. However, once you enter the DMZ, your tour guide will most likely inform you when and where it’s permissible to take photographs. Should you take snapshots in prohibited areas, be prepared to yield your film, memory card or even your camera! Please note that cameras with a zoom capability of over 100 mm are prohibited. 5. This isn’t Disneyland! Finally, although the DMZ represents Korea’s most popular tourist destination, it’s not your typical attraction. The two Koreas remain technically at war. Especially inside the JSA, you’ll be just a few meters from armed North Korean soldiers. Any provocative action can literally put your life (and the lives of others) in danger. It’s critically important that you listen carefully to instructions from military personnel and tour operators. 9 FMWR Outlook 9
Spouse Orientation 2014 Camp Walker/Camp Henry Dates: May 1/2, 15/16 & 29/30 July 10/11 & 24/25 September 4/5 & 18/19
June 12/13 & 26/27 August 7/8 & 21/22
Time: 0900-1500 (both day 1 and day 2)
Location: Camp Walker Chapel Sanctuary (day 1, mandatory) Camp Henry ACS Classroom (day 2, optional) Day 1 Families will be picked up at 0800 in front of the Camp Carroll CAC Briefing time: 0900-1200 at the Camp Walker Chapel Sanctuary Lunch/windshield tour: 1200-1400 (ECC, George and Henry) Completion: 1500 â€“ Camp Carroll CAC Day 2 Shuttle offered from Camp Carroll to Camp Henry
-Child Care is available when attending this event!-Must be registered with parent central!
Orientation is mandatory for spouses to receive a ration plate Dates are subject to change due to mission requirements POC: Relocation Assistance Program Manager
DSN 768-8130 / Cell 0503-368-8130
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ACS, CAMP HENRY (Bldg. T-1103) / 768-7112 Spouse Orientation Bus to transport families to and from Camp Carroll. Families will be picked up at 0800 in front of the Carroll CAC and transported back. Windshield Tour immediately following briefing 1/2, 15/16, & 29/30 May, 0900-1400, Camp Walker Chapel Sanctuary Domestic Violence Information Table 2 May 1100-1400, PX Camp Walker Family Readiness Group (FRG) Essentials Part 1 Training for FRG Leaders â€“ provides information on how to effectively run an FRG organization. 5 May, 0930-1200, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Military Spouse Appreciation Day Trip to Gyeong-Ju World (Amusement Park) Free transportation, participants pay their own entrance fees. 9 May. Bus departs from Camp Carroll ACS at 0900 and Camp Henry ACS at 0940; returns at approximately 1800. Real Life Management (RLM) Series with Chaplain Cook Real Life Management (RLM) uses a tool that measures an individual's attitudes and decision-making tendencies in the areas of relationships, finances, health and other behavioral choices. The system is built around the administration of a "3-Minute Survey." The training will discuss the attitude patterns of people, needs, and stress & distress choices. 9-10 May, Chapel Annex, Camp Walker / Space is limited. Note time: Friday, 9 May, 1800-2100 / Saturday, 10 May, 1000-1300 Theater Reception: Newcomers Orientation 13 & 27 May, 1000-1500, Camp Henry Movie Theater Mandatory Personal Financial Management Training for First Term Soldiers Class teaches how to develop a personal budget, recognize signs of financial trouble and where to get assistance, the importance of credit, how to establish a savings account, emergency savings and long term savings, how to make the best consumer decisions, how to plan for large purchases, and how to plan insurance needs on life, auto, personal property, and home. 14 May, Every Second Wednesday, 1000-1600, Camp Henry ACS Classroom FMWR Outlook 11
Mandatory Commander/SNCO Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Briefing Covers FAP, definitions of abuse, senior leaders’ roles and responsibilities, reporting POC, Area IV trends, and services available to combat abuse. Class satisfies initial and recurring training requirements for unit commanders and senior NCOs. 15 May, 1000-1200, Camp Henry ACS, FAP Training Room Domestic Violence Information Table: 15 May 1100-1400, PX Camp Walker Family Member Resiliency Training 16 May, 0900-1200, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Army Emergency Relief (AER) Training for Commanders/CSMs/1SGs 16 May, 1300-1400, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Newcomer Subway Tour: 17 May, 0915-1530, Camp Walker Lodge Army Family Team Building (AFTB) L Level: Class covers leadership skills, effective communication techniques and mentorship skills. Participants will learn about the different leadership styles, how to run an effective meeting, how to manage a group conflict, and how to coach and mentor others. 19–20 May, 0900-1600, Camp Henry ACS Classroom
Family Readiness Group (FRG) Essentials Part 2 Training for FRG Leaders – provides information on how to effectively run an FRG organization. 19 May, 0930-1200, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Sponsorship Training: Become a qualified Sponsor or spouse sponsor, and learn the ins and outs of sponsorship in Area IV. Qualified Sponsors are vital to the successful reception of incoming Soldiers. To be an effective sponsor, you must know what is expected of you and where to find the information incoming Soldiers are likely to request. All this information is provided monthly during Sponsorship Training at Camp Henry ACS. Training is short, informative and open to all active duty soldiers and spouses. 19 May, 1400-1500, Camp Henry ACS Conference Room Investments and TSP This class teaches you how you can make your money work for you. 21 May, 1300-1400, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Money Management Learn how to manage your personal finances. 28 May, Every Fourth Wednesday, 1300-1430, Camp Henry ACS Classroom 12 FMWR Outlook
ACS, CAMP HENRY (Bldg. T-1103) / 768-7112 Asthma and Allergies Workshop 28 May, 1730-1830, School Age Center, Camp Walker Emergency Placement Care (EPC) Information Booth 30 May, 1030-1330, PX, Camp Walker Intermediate Korean language Class: The intermediate Korean class is for students who have advanced from the basic Korean class. Class helps students to further develop their Korean speaking skills by learning to properly construct and speak sentences. Every Monday and Thursday, 1200-1300, Camp Henry ACS Conference Room Basic Korean Language Class Class is an introduction to the Korean language aimed at helping non-Koreans learn how to pronounce, write and read the Korean alphabet along with learning a few basic Korean words. Every Tuesday and Friday, 1200-1300, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Craft Class – Hanji: This class is for the beginner: Participants will make a small project with precut hardboard and colored Hanji. Also, learn how to make rice glue that will be used on the Hanji craft. Every Thursday, 1330-1530, Camp Henry ACS Conference Room English as a Second Language (ESL) Class Classes are designed to help foreign born service members & spouses develop their English language skills with the help of sentence structures and conversation. Every Wednesday, 1600-1700, Camp Henry ACS Conference Room
Free Credit Score & Analysis Check you free FICO® credit scores—and the educational information and tools in the FICO Standard product—available free of charge to eligible active duty service members and their spouses. Please call 768-8127/8716/7112 for an appointment Prescreening for School Lunch Program (Free and Reduced) Bring your most recent LES. No appointment is needed. For more information contact the Financial Readiness Program Manager at 768-7112. FMWR Outlook 13
9 May / To sign up at 768-7112 or 765-7900 Free transportation/participants pay their own entrance fees. Bus departs from Camp Carroll ACS at 0900 and Camp Henry ACS at 0940. Returning at approximately 1800.
Amusement Park Entrance Ticket Price Adult
Youth (7th-12th grade)
Child (3 yes-6th grade)
Ticket (Entering Only)
Group Discount Price
-Children under 3 enter free but need to bring a passport -Gyeongju World includes rides, mini zoo, restaurant & souvenir shop
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ACS, CAMP CARROLL (Bldg. S-998) / 765-7900 Organization Point of Contact (OPOC) VMIS Training Become an Organization Point of Contact (OPOC) for your volunteers within your organization and how to manage volunteers in VMIS. 1 May, 1000-1130, Camp Carroll ACS Classroom Physical Changes During Pregnancy 1 May, 1000-1200, Camp Carroll ACS Lounge Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS) Training Learn how to become a volunteer and how to use VMIS to track your hours. 1 May, 1330-1500, Camp Carroll Conference Room Theater Reception: Newcomers Orientation 6 & 20 May, 1000-1500, Camp Carroll Movie Theater Sexual Health During Pregnancy and After Delivery 8 May, 1000-1200, Camp Carroll ACS Conference Room Asthma and Allergies Workshop 15 May, 1000-1200, Camp Carroll ACS Conference Room Cottageâ€™s Yard Sale: 20 May, 1000-1400, Camp Carroll ACS Park Lot Registration due date: 16 May at 765-7049 or 765-7900
Investments and TSP This class teaches you how to make your money work for you. 20 May, 1300-1400, Camp Carroll ACS Classroom Breastfeeding: The Gift of Love 22 May, 1000-1200, Camp Carroll ACS Conference Room Recipe Exchange The recipe exchange, held once a month in the ACS kitchen, serves as a way for military spouses to come together and share food ideas either from what they have learned or from their culture. Dishes are brought in by each spouse for everyone to sample and the recipe to prepare that specific dish is shared by everyone participating. 23 May, 1130-1300, Camp Carroll ACS Kitchen Money Management: Learn how to manage your personal finances. 27 May, Every Fourth Tuesday, 1300-1430, Camp Carroll, ACS Classroom Reproductive and Development Hazards 29 May, 1000-1200, Camp Carroll ACS FCC Room FMWR Outlook 15
ACS, CAMP CARROLL (Bldg. S-998) / 765-7900 Spouse Group Meeting & Birthday Celebration 30 May, 1330-1530, Camp Carroll ACS Lounge English as a Second Language (ESL) Class ESL classes are aimed at helping foreign-born service members and spouses develop their English language skills with the help of sentence structures and conversation. Every Monday, 1000-1130, Camp Carroll ACS Conference Room Hanji Class: This class is for beginners who have an interest in Hanji Craft. Every Monday, 10:00-1130, Camp Carroll ACS Training Room
Korean Language Class (Advanced) Helps develop Korean speaking skills with an entire class devoted to only speaking Korean, focusing mainly on sentence structure. This class is for those who have advanced from the basic and intermediate classes. Classes are held once a week over the span of 8 weeks or more as needed. Every Monday, 1400-1530, Camp Carroll ACS Conference Room . Financial Counseling For details contact the Financial Readiness Program Manager at 768-8127/7112. Every Tuesday, 0900-1600, Camp Carroll ACS Financial Readiness Room Playgroup For parents and children (ages 0-4) with a focus on stress management for parents. Every Tuesday, 1000-1200, Camp Carroll ACS FCC Room KN Military Communication Service: Classes are held to help any Korean military or civilian personnel employed by the U.S. Army who wants or needs to improve their English speaking abilities. By learning pronunciation, sentence structure, and conversation, students will be able to enhance their English speaking skills, and will be able to communicate better with Americans. Classes are held twice a week; Tuesdays, 1000-1130 and Fridays, 1330-1500. Camp Carroll ACS Conference Room Computer Class Computer classes are designed to help students master the Microsoft Office program such as Word, Excel and Power Point. Students learn the fundamentals of Windows and how to use Windows application programs and basic computer structure. Every Tuesday, 1030-1200, Camp Carroll ACS AKO Room 16 FMWR Outlook
ACS, CAMP CARROLL (Bldg. S-998) / 765-7900 Dakjongi Doll Making Class Dakjongi Doll class, a beautiful Korean art, consists of students who make the frame of their dolls and wrap them with Korean hanji paper until the shape and design of their dolls are completed. The class is designed for students who want to experience Korean culture and art with a brief historical explanation of the art and what each chosen design means in Korean culture. Classes are held over a period of 12 weeks. Every Wednesday, 1000-1200, Camp Carroll ACS Conference Room Korean Language Class (Basic) The basic Korean class is an introduction to the Korean language with the aim of helping non-Koreans learn how to pronounce, write and read the Korean alphabet along with learning a few basic Korean words. Classes are held over the span of 8 weeks. Every Wednesday, 1330-1500, Camp Carroll ACS Conference Room English Conversation Class Every Wednesday, 1330-1500, Camp Carroll ACS Training Room Korean Language Class (Intermediate) The intermediate Korean class is for students who have advanced from the basic Korean class. The intermediate Korean classes help students to further develop their Korean speaking skills by learning how to properly construct and pronounce sentences. Classes are held over the span of 8 weeks. Every Friday, 1000-1130, Camp Carroll ACS Conference Room Oriental Art Class Students who have advanced from calligraphy class will now learn to paint traditional black and white oriental art using black stone ink and oriental art brushes. Every Friday, 1330-1500, Camp Carroll ACS Training Room Free Credit Score & Analysis Check you free FICO® credit scores—and the educational information and tools in the FICO Standard product—available free of charge to eligible active duty service members and their spouses. For appointment, please call 768-8127 FMWR Outlook 17
COMMERCIAL SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES 부대 내 상업광고주 및 후원사를 모십니다
Is your company or business interested in reaching more than 15,000 U.S. Army Soldiers, U.S. Department of Defense civilian employees, contractors, their Family members, and Korean Soldiers assigned to the U.S. Army Garrison Daegu community? USAG Daegu encompasses 4 military installations plus depots as far south as Busan. You now have an opportunity to directly market your products and services to all members of the USAG Daegu Community as a sponsor of one or more of our Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (FMWR) events.
주한미군 대구 게리슨 관할 내에 15,000여명 이상의 주한미군들과 그들의 가족, 영내 미국 직원들과 한국군인들이 볼수 있는 광고를 원하십니까? 저희는 대구에서 부산까지 남쪽으로 창고를 포함한 4곳의 대형미군기지 군사 광고를 관할하고 있습니다. 귀사께서 주요 FMWR 부서에 하나 또는 그 이상의 후원사가 되어 지원을 하시면, 이 지역 부대 지역사회 에 모든 이들에게 직접적으로 회사의 제품과 서비스를 홍보 할 수 있는 광고의 기회를 얻으실 수 있습니다.
SPONSORS HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO Display, distribute products and services during a major event on a USAG Daegu installation (Camp Carroll, Walker, Henry or George). USAG 대구(켐프 케롤, 워커, 헨리 또는 조지)에서 주최하는 주요 벤트기간동안 상품를 전시하고 홍보물을 배포하고 있습니다. Have your company or business name and logo appear on event-related advertising and promotional material. 저희 이벤트와 관계된 인쇄광고물이나 판촉상품에 당사의 이름과 로고를 넣을 수 있습니다. Depending on the scope of the event, engage one-on-one with members of the USAG Daegu community who attend the event. USAG 대구에서 주최하는 이벤트에 참석하는 사람들에게는 직접 판촉활동을 할 수 있습니다. Receive a free full-color advertisement in the FMWR Outlook magazine distributed to all personnel throughout USAG Daegu. * Advertisement type dependent upon the level of sponsorship. (후원사의 광고 유형에따라 다름) USAG 대구 지역 내 모든 켐프에 배포되는 FMWR 칼라 월간 잡지에 무료로 광고를 실어드립니다. Call DSN 768-7563 / From off post, call 053) 470-7563 or email email@example.com 후원과 광고에 관심이 있으시면 연락주시기 바랍니다. 일반전화 053) 470-7563 또는 이메일 email
firstname.lastname@example.org 18 FMWR Outlook
Camp Walker Evergreen Golf Course 7 Days a Week 0530-1830 (Golf Shop) 0530-1900 (Driving Range)
2 May, 1200-1700 Pay-Day Golf Scramble
10 & 24 May, 1000-1130 Free Golf Lesson Day 16 May, 1730-1830 Free Golf Clinic
Pro Shop 9-Holes Driving Range
23 May, 1930-2230 Night Glow Golf Tournament
For more information, please call 764-4601 (Golf Course) / Pro Shop (764-4628)
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Located in the Camp Walker Evergreen Community Club overlooking the 1st Fairway (Entrance on the golf side)
BREAKFAST Sat & US Hol: 0700-1100 Sun: 0700-1000 SUNDAY BRUNCH 1000-1400
LUNCH Mon-Sat: 1100-1330
DINNER Tue-Sat; 1700-2030
To enhance your dining experience, Legends respectfully requests that groups of 6 or more call ahead for a reservation.
Come join us at Bogey’s for a Night
FREE … FUN & GAMES with
Friday May 2nd, 1900 Evergreen Club
All guests wear a light color tee-shirt. We will provide fabric markers and snacks. 20 FMWR Outlook
Evergreen Community Club 764-4060 Evergreen Sunday Brunch 1000-1400 in the ballroom SOFA guest are invited to make brunch reservations by calling 764-4060
3 & 17 May Steak & All-You-Can-Eat Crab Leg Night!
“TRY IT” NIGHT
The meal includes a 10oz Ribeye Steak, all the Crab Legs you can eat, hush puppies, baked potato bar, Legends salad bar, and dessert for $37.95 We are now offering a 15% discount on all parties of over 10 people. Reservations are highly recommended!
Mother’s Day Brunch 11 May, 1000
RELAX at Bogey’s Wed-Sat, 1700-until
Thursdays at Bogey’s Come in and enjoy different complimentary snacks, music, games, and friends!
To include special menu and a 10% discount for moms on the 11th of May. All children will have the opportunity to present mom with a special gift on her special day.
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Evergreen Community Club 764-4060
Legends Lunch Special Fridays, 1100-1330 Enjoy our Catfish Lunch: $10.95 Meal includes fried catfish, mixed greens, homemade macaroni & cheese, cornbread and sweet tea.
Legends Dinner Specials
The Evergreen will be CLOSED on 16 May for the NCO BALL. Please visit Henry’s Place for Lunch & Dinner. Hilltop Club open for Dinner.
Tuesday Nights, 1700-2030 King & Queen Prime Rib Dinner King’s 12oz Prime Rib: $21.95 / Queen’s 8oz Prime Rib: $15.95 Dine on a delicious prime rib dinner that includes a salad, nonalcoholic beverage of choice and dinner rolls. A la carte menu available.
Thursday Nights, 1700-2030 All-You-Can-Eat Sirloin Steak Buffet: $21.95 Get a 15% discount on parties of 10 people or more. Meal includes sirloin steak, two vegetables and starches, dinner roll, and Legends limited potato and salad bar with dessert.
Legends would like
to request that on parties of 6 persons or more please call ahead for a reservation to ensure table and space is prepared to enhance your dining experience.
“Backspin” (AKA The Gazebo) Is NOW OPEN! Stop by to quench your thirst and enjoy the patio with a limited food menu. Hours of operation will depend on customer participation throughout the month of May. 22 FMWR Outlook
The ladies from “My Bling Story” nail salon will be there to provide you with an evening of pampering.
Evergreen Community Club 764-4060
10 May / 1900 in the ballroom For only $10 at the door you will receive a martini (or your choice of non alcoholic beverage), hors d’oeuvres, and a free manicure! With a fantastic DJ on hand pumping out the tunes, all are invited to come out and enjoy the party. FMWR Outlook 23
Camp Walker Hilltop Club 764-4985
5 May: CLUB CLOSED for maintenance Please join us for dinner at “Legends” in the Evergreen Club Mondays, 1700-2100 Monster T-Bone Steak (1 ½ pound): $21.95 Tuesdays, 1700-2100 2-4-1 Ribeye Steak Dinner: $21.95 Wednesdays, 1700-2000 Naked Chicken Wing Night; 30-cents per ounce Thursdays, 1700-2100 All-You-Can Eat Pizza & Pasta Buffet: $12.95 (No takeout) Fridays, 1700-2000 Chicken & Shrimp Stir Fry with Steamed Rice: $10.95 Saturday, 31 May Roasted Pig, 1700-2100 Sundays, 1230-2100 Large Pizza (Supreme, Vegetable, Pepperoni or Hawaiian): $11.95 Beverages sold separately!
Game Room / Mon-Fri, 1100 Free fountain beverage for players! 24 FMWR Outlook
R&B & Hip-Hop
with D.J. Cadi mixing the hottest! 2, 16 & 30 May, 2100-0130 Hilltop Club / 764-4985
LATINO Explosion mixing the best Salsa Bachata Merengue Reggaeton Great music and dancing
Friday, 9 May 2100-0130
Hilltop Club 764-4985
Salsa Nights Late menu available! FMWR Outlook 25
Hilltop Community Club / 764-4985
Come early for a good seat! No children, please.
17 May / 2100 / Hilltop Featuring two popular comedians from the US
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Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month 31 May / 1700-0100
Hilltop Dinner Special
Roast Pig Sat, 31 May / 1700-2000 Door prizes! / Margarita Special $5
Fri, 23 May, 2000-0130
Hillbilly Night with C&W Music We supply the hats!
Every Monday, 1700 Military Spouse Month Military Spouses SAVE 15% on the one-and-a-half pound Monster T-bone Steak
Every Monday, 1700 Health & Fitness Month Get 10% OFF Chicken Anju, Steak Anju, Hilltop Salad, and Chef Salad
Hilltop Club 764-4985 FMWR Outlook 27
Every Thursday, 1100-1330
Texas Country Buffet Lunch at the Henry’s Place 768-7300
Adults ($8.95) Ages 6-12 ($5.95) Ages 5 under (Free) Roast beef, fried chicken, Texas baked beans, Texas fried potatoes, Texas cut corns, roll with butter.
Wednesdays at Henry’s Place/768-7300
Texas Hold ‘em
Weekly Winners -1st $75 / 2nd $50 / 3rd next week buy-in. -Points are awarded each week. -After 8 weeks the top 9 point earners from the weekly tournaments play for 1st $500 / 2nd $300 / 3rd $200. 28 FMWR Outlook
Sign in at 1800 Game begins at 1830 Must have12 people to play. Poker tournament with a complimentary meal.
Enjoy our complimentary snacks at intermission or order a little more from our BINGO menu.
We are continually working to provide you with a better BINGO experience.
10th-11th May: Power Outage 17th May: Closed for Armed Forces Day
Henryâ€™s Place 768-7300
The Bar Is Open! Show off your vocal talents every Saturday at Henryâ€™s from 2000-2300. Enjoy our complimentary snacks and sing a few lines, or just spend a fun evening with friends. FMWR Outlook 29
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Henry’s Place / 768-7300 Monday-Friday, 1100-1330
Lunch Special “A or B” A ( $8.95) / B ($7.95) Add soup & salad bar $3.95 Soup & salad bar without the special is $7.95
Henry’s Place / 768-7300 Monday-Friday, 1100-1330 Daily Lunch Special
10oz Ribeye Steak: $11 French Fried / Vegetable / Baked Beans / Roll / Ice Tea & Lemonade
Henry’s Place / 768-7300
Henry’s Place / 768-7300 Wednesdays, 1100-1300
Pasta Bar Lunch
Hotdog Bar Lunch
$8.95 (Adults) / $5.95 (Ages 6-12) Free (Ages 5 under)
$8.95 (Adults) / $5.95 (Ages 6-12) Free (Ages 5 under) Includes fried chicken, coleslaw, potato salad, baked beans, chili con carne, vegetables.
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Henryâ€™s Place 768-7300
Dining Specials Wednesdays, 1700-2000 Enjoy our Catfish Special: $8.95 Green salad, fried catfish, baked potato, hot vegetable, dinner roll w/butter / beverages sold separately
Thursdays, 1700-2000 Turn Nâ€™ Burn Grill-Your-Own Steak N.Y. Steak (10oz): $11 Ribeye Steak (10oz): $11 T-Bone Steak (16oz): $16.95 Included baked potato, coleslaw, cornon-the-cob, dinner rolls w/butter. Add soup & salad bar: $3.95 Just soup & salad bar: $7.95 Beverages sold separately
Fridays, 1700-2000 Fried Chicken Gizzards with French Fries: $4.95
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CAMP CARROLL HIDEAWAY CLUB / 765-8574 Classic Rock Night Every Tuesday, 1700-2300 Live Band “TITANS” Every Wednesday, 1830-2130
6 May: Club opens at 1700 for Korean Holiday
Old School Dominos Night Every Thursday, 1900-2000 Love Band “TITANS” Every Friday, 2000-2400 House DJ, 2400-0200 (Top 40/R&B/Your request) Complementary snacks at 2000 Salsa & R&B (Your request) House DJ Big Easy & Al 7 Every Saturday, 2200-0200
Check out our NEW SNACK BAR Menu & Bartender’s Drink Specials!
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Camp Carroll Hideaway Community Club / 765-8574
Sign in at 1800 Game begins at 1830
Thursdays Camp Carroll Hideaway Club
Weekly Winners: 1st $75 / 2nd $50 / 3rd next week buy-in. Points are awarded each week. After 8 weeks the top 9 point earners from the weekly tournaments play for 1st $500 / 2nd $300 / 3rd $200 Poker tournament with a complimentary meal.
The Hideaway Community Club has TV’s with the latest programming, cool and very refreshing beverages, a snack bar, music, pool table and is the perfect place to get with friends and to relax! Planning a party? Want to make it into an event? Need a location to hold it? Come speak with the Hideaway Club staff so they can make your party into something special! We do promotions, hail and farewells, birthdays, and receptions! If you’re looking to do something special … Please contact, Mr. Mark McIntosh at 765-8574 to make an appointment so we can personally assist with your party planning! 34 FMWR Outlook
Music & DJ Schedules Tue & Thu, 1700-2300 Classic Rock Music & Variety Music
Wed (1830-2130) “TITANS” House Band Fri (2000-2400) “TITANS” House Band & Top 40/R&B/Hop-Hop 2400-0200 (House D.J.) Sat, 2200-2400 Salsa/R&B/Hip-Hop (House D.J.)
Sat, May 3rd / 1900
Sat, May 3rd / 2000
Camp Carroll Hideaway Club 765-8574
Camp Carroll Hideaway Club 765-8574
MAYO Tasting at 1900 -Complementary Snacks-
Open Mic Night w/Camp Carroll BOSS Express your artistic talents through spoken word, written poetry, innovative skit, and lyrical a capella 1st $50 & 2nd $25 gift interpretation
cards to winners!
Sat, May 24th / 1900 Camp Carroll Hideaway Club 765-8574
Military Spouse and Asian American & Pacific Islander Appreciation Night! B-B-Q, Food & Music
Sat, May 31st / 2000 Bring your best jokes for a chance to win $$! 1st $50 & 2nd $25 gift cards to winners! Hideaway Club: 765-8574 FMWR Outlook 35
Camp Walker Hilltop Community Club / 764-4985 Every Sat, 1930-0030 Camp Carroll Hideaway Community Club Every Wed, 1830-2130 / Every Fri, 2000-2400 / 765-8574
Camp Walker Evergreen Community Club Every Sun, 1000-1330 / 764-4060 FMWR Outlook 37
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(Bldg S-1415) Tue-Fri, 1000-1900 Sat-Sun, 0900-1800 / Mon, Closed
Fees & Charges Wash Rack & Vacuum Cleaner $4 per half hour Bay/Bench/User Fee $4 per hour Vehicle Lift Fee $ 4 per half hour Drill/Hydraulic Press $1 per use Steam Cleaner-Staff $10 per ¼ hour Do-it Yourself Steam Cleaner $5 per ¼ hour Do-it Yourself Tire Balance (Include weight) $4 per wheel Do-it Yourself Tire Mounting $4 per wheel Staff Tire Mounting w/Balance $10 per wheel Staff Tire Repair (Include weight) $8 per wheel Staff Tire Balance (Include weight) $8 per wheel Wheel Alignment $45 (starting) Do-it Yourself Welding (Gas/Arc) $5 per ½ hour Staff Welding $7.50 min. POV Inspection $19.95 Oil Change Labor $15 (starting) Engine Diagnostic $15 A/C Service Varies Service Call or Jump Starting (Off post) $25 per vehicle Service Call/Jump Starting (On post) $15 per vehicle Mechanic Labor Rate $32 per hour Overtime Fee (After closing) $42 per hour Temporary Vehicle Storage $2 per night In Excess of 20 Days $4 per night Car Wash Service $20 economy size Car Wash Service $30 luxury size 40 FMWR Outlook
Do-It-Yourself The Auto Skills Center has trained instructors and mechanics to guide customers through a wide range of repairs and maintenance.
How to stay in touch with what’s happening in Daegu USAG Daegu Facebook: www.facebook.com/USAGDaegu
FMWR Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/#!/fmwr.daegu “Friend” us
Looking for community information? •Pick up a copy of the FMWR Outlook magazine (AAFES Movie Schedule and Bus Schedules are also included) •Find the Outlook magazine online at www.ISSUU.com (search “FMWR Outlook” or scan the QR code on the cover) •Listen to AFN Daegu radio at FM 88.5 (FMWR Marketing and Activity Managers share the air, and AFN Daegu posts FMWR activities and events on their Facebook) •Pick up a copy of the weekly Morning Calm Newspaper •Check out the banners on Camps Walker, Henry, and Carroll •Turn on the Command Channel (Ch. #3 – closed circuit). To place an ad, email: www.USAGDaegu@yahoo.com . •Look for posters and flyers in FMWR facilities •Contact your FRG Leader •“Friend” the DHS Facebook at “DoDEA Daegu High School” •Visit the Daegu American School website at (DAS) at http://www.daegu-un.pac.dodea.edu/ •Send and receive “Hot Apple” community information emails. Email: email@example.com (watch for our FMWR weekly Morale Update on the Hot Apple) •Check out the Stars & Stripes “PStripes” for upcoming USAG Daegu events •Ask any FMWR Customer Service Representative •Online calendar for public viewing! Get the complete FMWR annual event list in one location. http://www.calendarwiz.com/calendars/calendar.php?crd=fmwrdaegu& FMWR Outlook 41
Camp Walker Arts & Crafts Services (Community Activity Center) / 764-5692 Donna 010-2191-3496
Friday, 9 May / 1700-2100 Please bring in your crafts and have a little fun with other crafters. If you’re interested in crafting or learning a new craft, please come and join our new group!
FREE Watercolor Painting & Drawing Classes
Watercolor Painting Class Fridays, 1500-1600 Class instruction will be provided by Mr. Ha, Byung Jae 010-8258-4377
Pencil Drawing Class Saturdays, 1300-1400 Class instruction will be provided by Mr. Robert Holdgate 010-7661-4111
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Camp Walker Community Activity Center Recreational 8-Ball Tournament 17 May, 1400 Fee: Free Trophies awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners. If there are 6 players, 1st & 2nd place winners will receive trophies.
Recreational Table Tennis Tournament 24 May, 1400 Fee: Free Trophies awarded to 1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners. If there are 6 players, 1st & 2nd place winners will receive trophies.
RENTAL SERVICES Air Bouncing/Costumes/Fishing Equipment Ice Chest/Podium/Snow Cone Machine Karaoke Machine/Small PA System/Popcorn Popper Fog Machine/Spotlight/Inflatable Boats Canopy/Folding Chair & Tables/Century Camp Stove/Propane Lantern/Multi Purpose Room #122/TV & Meeting Room
For more information, please call 764-4123 or 764-5919 FMWR Outlook 43
Hiking Trip to Mount Bisul Azalea Flower Festival (Daegu City) 3 May / Camp Walker Community Activity Center (CAC) Transportation fee: $15 (Adult) / $10 (Child under 12) Bring a sack lunch and wear hiking shoes Depart from the Camp Carroll CAC at- 0800 and the Camp Walker Commissary at 0900
For more information, please call 764-4123
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Hiking Trip to Mount Palgong Gatbawi & Donghwa Temple (Daegu City) 10 May / Camp Walker Community Activity Center (CAC) Transportation fee: $15 (Adult) / $10 (Child under 12) Entrance fee (Dongwha temple): 2,500 won (Adult) / 1,000 won (Child under 12) / Parents bringing children over 10 years old Bring a sack lunch or Korean money for your meal Bus: Depart Camp Carroll CAC at 0800 and the Camp Walker Commissary at 0900 No pets are allowed Registration deadline: May 7
For more information, please call 764-4123
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Camp Carroll CAC
Monday, 26 May, 1400
Memorial Day Electronic Dart Tournament
Sign-up now! 765-8325 764-4123
Camp Carroll CAC
Sunday, 18 May, 1400 Individual Foosball Competition Sign-up now! 765-8325 or 764-4123 Medals awarded to 1st & 2nd place winners
Medals awarded to 1st & 2nd place winners
Paintball Range on Camp Carroll Make your reservations today! 765-8325 or 764-4123
Storage Containers for RENT Contact the Camp Carroll Community Activity Center 765-7484 or 765-8325 FMWR Outlook 47
1 March -15 May To donate or for information contact your Unit Coordinator or ACS at DSN 768-7112. 48 FMWR Outlook
Nakdong River Biking Tour (4 Rivers) Sat, 24 May / Camp Carroll CAC Sign up now! 765-8325 or 764-4123 Depart from Camp Carroll CAC at 0900. Bring your own bike, won, food, snacks etc …
For more information, please call 765-8325 or 765-7484
Suncheon Bay Garden Expo Tour Sat, 31 May / Camp Carroll CAC Sign up now! 765-8325 or 764-4123 Transportation fee: $15 (Adult) / $10 (Kids 12 & under). Depart from Camp Carroll CAC at 0800 and Camp Walker Commissary at 0900. Bring won for entrance fee, food, snacks etc …
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Camp Walker Bowling Center 764-4334
31 May, 1500 (6 games) Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage 9-Pin-No-Tap Bowling Tournament
7 May, 1800-2000 Middle School Students Good Neighbor Bowling Program
Entry fee: $20 – Prizes will be given by high score 1st & 2nd.
12 May, all day Mother’s Day Special Bowling 2 games and shoes with one combo meal is $10 for all mothers. 26 May, all day Memorial Day Special Bowling Red Pin Bowling plus double stamps on the frequency card.
Child’s Birthday Bowling Party $15 per child includes a kid’s meal, 2 hours of bowling and free shoe rental! Unit bowling Parties & Group Activities - $25 per lane. Free shoe rental and one hour of bowling. If you bowl for more than one hour, you must pay for the additional hour.
Lane fee $3 p/game Shoe rental $2.50 p/game 50 FMWR Outlook
Camp Walker Bowling Center / 764-4334 Every Monday, 1700 / Buddy Bowling $20 for 2 people, plus one large cheese pizza, and 1 hour of bowling (shoe rental not included) Every Wednesday, 1630-2100 Mid-Week Bowling Madness Adult - $2.50 per game / Children - $2.25 per game / Shoes $2.50 On Wednesdays you can use up to 3 free bowling coupons per person. Every Thursday, 1800-until closing Health & Fitness Month Bowl (2) two game & next (2) games are free limited to 4 games per person. Frequency card will be stamps and NO FREE game cards allowed on this event. ` Every Saturday, 1900-2300 / Extreme Bowling Adults - $3 per game / Children - $2.75 per game / $2.50 shoe rental
Every Sunday, 1130-2100 / Red Pin Bowling Adults - $3 per game / Children - $2.75 per game / $2.50 shoe rental. Bowl a strike with a red head pin in the center and receive one FREE game
The Camp Walker Hilltop Club will deliver large pizzas to the Camp Walker Bowling Center by request 764-4985 FMWR Outlook 51
Camp Walker Bowling Center / 764-4334
Frequency Card Drawings will be held on 28 June at 1500 Camp Walker Bowling Center Frequency Card. Fill your card with stamps, print your name and phone number on the back, then place it in the drawing box at the front desk. You must be present and 18 or older to win. SOFA ID required. Prizes include a 39â€? TV, adult bike, boys bike, girls bike, bowling ball, bowling shoes and bowling bag. Frequency card raffle on limited cards.
Every Wednesday You can use up to 3 free bowling coupons per person! PLANNING A SPECIAL EVENT or UNIT FUNCTION? Consider the Camp Walker Bowling Center
Camp Walker Bowling Center
15% OFF all of our bowling equipment! 52 FMWR Outlook
Will open the facility during hours we are normally closed for community and unit, training, team building, NCO leadership development, hail/farewells, promotion parties, birthday parties, weddings, school events, even NBC training can be fun in MOPP levels I, II, and III with teamwork! Units can use their training funds for NBC & team building. Special events with a booking of at least 8 lanes or more, maximum limit of 4 bowlers per lane. $25 per lane - free shoe rental and one hour of bowling. Anything over one hour, pay for one additional hour. Reservation booking and special menu are available and must be done a minimum of 72 hours in advance. Days available Mondays, and Wednesday â€“ Friday from 0800-1600 / Tuesdays Closed.
Camp Carroll Bowling Center / 765-4470 Lunchtime Bowling Every Monday-Friday, 1100-1330 $9.95 per bowler: 3 Games of Bowling/Shoe Rental/Hotdog & Soft Drink
$7.95 per bowler: 2 Games of Bowling/Shoe Rental/Hotdog & Soft Drink
Calling all NCO’s!
Cactus Jack’s CO-LOCATED with the Cp Carroll Bowling Center / 765-4470
Cactus Jack’s Bowling Snack Bar Rotisserie Chicken Menu
SOCIAL NIGHTS Fridays & Saturdays, 2100-0130
Full Bird: $12.95 / ½ Bird: $6.95 Full-Bird Dinner: $18.95: Choice of side, seasoned criss-cut fries, 4 dinner rolls Half-Bird Dinner: $10.95: Choice of side, seasoned criss-cut fries, 2 dinner rolls Choice of Sides: Coleslaw, potato salad, macaroni salad
Every Wednesday, 1700-2000 Turn n’ Burn Your-Own Steak Night T-Bone steak: $12.95 / N.Y. Steak: $11.95. Includes corn-on-cob, baked potato, coleslaw.
Lunch: Mon-Fri, 1100-1300 Dinner: Wed-Sat, 1630-2100
Cactus Jack’s Chimis-Every Thursday & Friday, 1700-2000 Do you like Chimichangas … I mean do you really like Chimichangas? Then we have the night for you. Cactus Jack’s specially prepared beef or chicken Chimichanga dinner includes Mexican salad, refried beans and Spanish rice. Specially Priced at $12
Every Monday / 1700-2100 Camp Carroll Bowling Center
DOLLAR Menu Bowling Bowl with us tonight and get access to our dollar menu …
13 May Camp Carroll Bowling Center will be
Just $1 each
Menu Hotdogs Nachos Shoe Rental Grilled Ham & Cheese Sandwich Fountain Drinks
for Staff Training/ Maintenance
Camp Carroll Bowling Center / 765-4470 Every Tuesday / 1900-2100 Camp Carroll Bowling Center Battle Buddies – Rally up
for an evening of fun and friendship at Two $
FREE Bowling Lessons Camp Carroll Bowling Center
Tuesdays $2 per game, $2 shoe rental and $2 draft beer!
Every Thursday & Saturday 1800-1900 Learn the art of bowling from our PBA certified instructor for
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Sat, 10 May, 1600-1800
Sat, 17 May, 1700-2000
Camp Carroll Bowling center
Camp Carroll Bowling Center
Armed Forces Day Bowling
Mother’s Day Bowling Entry fee: $10 Entry for 2 games scratch, Youth throws first ball, Adult makes the spare, 2 divisions (under 8 bumper and 9-12 years old)
$30 for family per lane includes
one hour bowling, shoe rental, a large pizza, a pitcher of soda
Each division winners receive two free NY steak dinner coupon
Camp Carroll Bowling Center / 765-4470 Celebrating Families Every Sunday
Every Monday-Friday, 1330-1700 Early Bird Bowling Special
Daytime Glow Bowling, 1100-1400
$1.75 per game (shoe rental not
One hour unlimited use per lane and unlimited soda for $9 (shoes not included). The kids will love it!
Free Bowling for children under age 15 1400-2200 when mom or dad bowl at the normal price. Shoes are half price for the whole family!
Every Friday & Saturday, 1800-2200 Extreme Bowling Enjoy our Extreme “COSMIC” Bowling Night! Colored lights, spinning disco balls, and black and LASER lights throughout the house! Romping & Stomping MUSIC and GLOW IN THE DARK pins. FMWR Outlook 55
Child Development Center (CDC) Camp Walker Building 223, 764-4834/764-4853 Please stop by to see what the CDC has to offer CDC Full Day Programs Days of Operation: Monday through Friday (Closed on Federal Holidays) Hours of Operation 0530 to 1800, Monday – Friday
Ages Served: Infant, Pre-Toddler (6 weeks-18 months) / Pre-toddler/Toddler (18-36 months) Preschool (3-4 years) / Strong Beginnings-Pre-K (Children must be entering Kindergarten in August 2014 to be eligible for this program)
Child Development Center offers Before-and After-School Care and Summer Care for Kindergarten Children Days/Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 0530 to 0730 & 1430 to 1800 School out days 0530 to 1800 / Ages Served: Children currently in kindergarten
CDC Summer Changes • During the summer months 2 day and 3 day part day program will be put on hold at CDC • 5 days part day and full day programs will be operating, this is to ensure children get to participate in summer events • This will take place June 1st – August 31st
CDC Mad Hatter Tea Party • May 9th … In honor of Mother’s Day, children will make/decorate Mad Hatter Hats and enjoy tea and cookies with their parents
CDC Playgroup • CHANGES … Playgroup will now be on Friday’s from 1030-1130 • Playgroup is a chance for children and families to come together, play learn, socialize and network with other families • Parents must attend with their children
CDC Strong Beginnings Graduation June 5th at 1000 our Strong Beginnings Class will graduate … Please join us to celebrate this accomplishment with a great set of children
CYS Services programs will be CLOSED May 26-27 for all CYS Services Activities 56 FMWR Outlook
School Liaison Offer’s Corner / 764-5702 DoDEA – Accelerated withdrawal date 5-14-14 DoDEA – No school May 26th Memorial Day DAS DAS holds a Continuous School Improvement Leadership Team (CSILT) meeting on the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 2:15 in room 412, on the second floor of the Annex building. Parents are welcome to attend and give input into the process of reviewing school successes and areas of opportunity to support continuing improvement. May 23rd DAS half day for students-no Sure Start May 29th Field Day Sure Start-3rd grades May 30th Field Day-4th -8th grades June 5th Last Day for Sure Start for this school year
DHS May 1st – The last SAC meeting of this school year will be held on May 1st at 1700 in the Information Center/Library on the first floor. May 5th – May 16th AP exams will be held May 29th – June 3rd Senior exams will be held May 30th DHS guitar concert at 1900 June 3rd DHS Graduation-takes place on Tuesday, at 1800 at the Woobong Art Hall
16 May, 1830-2230 Held at Camp Walker CDC
FREE childcare for CYS Services registered children – 6 weeks old to 12 years.
Please call Parent Central Services – 764-5298 or stop by building 257 on Camp Walker from 0900 to 1800. You can begin registering on Thursday May 1st at 0900 FMWR Outlook 57
School Age Care 764-5297 or 764-5072 SAC will be celebrating Asian/ Pacific Heritage Month with special recipes in our cooking clubs. We will also take a look at a few famous people from our Pacific region and some fun activities. Donâ€™t forget about all of our regular weekly programs, the kids love them and seem to never get tired of them. *Power Hour: Power Hour is a dedicated quiet time for children to work on homework together or independently. We also have staff who assist the students with their homework needs. This program is offered Monday-Thursday. *Movie Madness: Is on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This is an opportunity for small groups of children to get together with their friends and watch a movie from our movie library. *4-H Fridays: Fridays are dedicated to 4-H Clubs. Each SAC child is a member of a 4-H club. This is a chance for our children to learn new skills, develop new interest and grow their leadership abilities. *Book Cub will be starting another new book. It's exciting to see these young folks taking initiative and joining these beneficial clubs. *No Screen Wednesday: Every Wednesday all computer equipment is turned off. Many of you ask what do the kids doâ€Ś.???? We say lots of things!!! 58 FMWR Outlook
Attention Parents! Don’t forget…. summer is on its way and that means Summer Camp will be in session before you know it. If you are starting to make plans, don’t forget about the SAC day camp program Camp Start Time: Monday—Friday 0800-1800 Care will be Available: Starting 0530 at no additional charge. Drop-off will be at the CDC and Pick-up is at SAC. Cost is according to category and is charged weekly NOT monthly.
Parents! Every child will need a complete change of clothes, shoes, their very own sunblock, towel, hat and water bottle. These items will need to be dropped off at camp every Monday and taken home every Friday. Please label everything To help plan you summer, SAC Master Calendars are available at Parent Central. SAC will be closed May 26 for Memorial Day and May 27 for our CYSS training day We have hourly care space available for families in need of occasional care. These slots fill fast especially over the holidays; so if you need to reserve a space please do so quickly.
For more information on our program, please call 764-5298, 764-5297 FMWR Outlook 59
Seeking Instructors Piano, Martial Arts, Tennis & Hip-Hop Instructors Call Rick Silva at 764-5721/4112 or email: Enrique.firstname.lastname@example.org
Ballet & Acrobatics Classes Classes at the Camp Carroll Fitness Center Every Mon & Wed Ballet: 3-4 years old, 1530-1600 Acrobatics 3-10 Years old, 1605-1630 Ballet 5 years & older, 1635-1700 NEW!
Swimming Class Beginners: Every Mon & Wed, 1600 Advance: Every Tue & Fri, 1600 Evening class: $80 p/month
Drums Class Every Mon, 1600 / $50 p/month
Classes at the Camp Walker Youth Canter Every Tue & Thu Ballet: 3-4 years old, 1600-1630 Acrobatics: 3-4 years old, 1635-1700 Acrobatics: 5-10 years old, 1705-1730 Ballet 5 years & older, 1735-1800 FEE: $60 p/month / $100 for combo
To Register Your Child for CYS Services (Which is Absolutely Free) -Orders and Letter of Employment (if non active duty) -Immunization Record (with PPD result for children 12 months â€“ SAC aged children) -Latest Leave and Earning Statement(s) of sponsor and spouse (CDC & SAC ONLY) -Special Needs Information such as Medical Action Plans -Physical required at time of registration for sports. CDC & SAC needed within 30 days of enrollment date -2 Emergency contact numbers -Family Care Plan, if required â€“ will be needed within 30 days Parent Central Services is located in building 257 on Camp Walker, hours of operation are 0900-1800. Monday-Friday; closed on Federal Holidays. Call us with any questions at 764-5298. 60 FMWR Outlook
CYS Services, Camp Walker (Youth Center)
MONEY MATTERS Workshop Credit & Debt-7 May, 1600 Saving & Investing-21 May, 1600
Have comments, questions, and/or concerns please call the HIRED! Coordinator at 764-5721, 7644112 or email to email@example.com
The Money Matters Workshops can give you the tools you need to make the right choices in Planning for College; Budget Living Within Your Means; Credit/Debt; Saving & Investing; and Entrepreneurship. Stop by the Youth Center to sign up for these informational workshops that lead to BGCA Money Matters Scholarships. Does a $2,000 to $5,000 scholarship sound good to YOU?
Must have an active Youth Center membership to participate (ages 13-18 years)
Youth 2-Mile FUN RUN
POC Mr. Nott at 764-4859
26 May / Race time: 0800 Sign up at 0715-0745 at the Camp Walker Kelly Fitness Center
Youth Winter Program
Daegu Dolphins Swim Team Registration 1 May – 30 June
POC Mr. Nott at 764-4859
Cost: $65 with additional child/coach discounts Ages: 5-16 / Each child receives a medallion, team picture and shirt
CYS Services Sports “Running Club” Registration: 1 May (Open continuous) POC Mr. Nott at 764-4859
Cost: $40 p/child (includes uniform) FMWR Outlook 61
CYS Services has a
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Youth Center / 764-5721 2 May, 1600-1700 Window Painting. Theme; Hot Summer
17 May, 1730-1830 Fun things about ultrasonic sensors of Lego
3 May, 1900-2100 Tech Club Meeting for Lego mind building and programming robots with sensors
19 May, 1530-1600 Oriental Arts Class
6 May, 1730 Commissary Bagging Orientation
28 May, 1230-1330 Keystone Club Meeting
7 May, 1530-1630 Passport to Manhood Meeting 15 May, 1500-1600 Torch/Citizenship Club Meeting 16 May, 1530-1630 Scavenger Hunt 62 FMWR Outlook
Camp Walker Kelly Fitness Center
Renovation Floor Sanding/Refinish 17-24 May Racquetball Court & Aerobic Room 17- 31 May Basketball Court
Camp Henry Victory Field 19 May – 30 June Replacement and renovation of the artificial turf.
At LJ, we strive to provide premier urologic care with outstanding physicians and providers, state of the art technology, a comprehensive clinical facility and our dedication to create the best patient experience possible.
American doctor qualification authentication (ECFMG 0-666-991) in compliance with the urologic medical specialist
Mon-Fri: 0900-1900 Sat: 0900-1600 Sun & Holidays: Closed Reservation and consultation, 053)253-5825 (24 hours) MEDICAL TREATMENTS STD Diseases Prostate disorders Circumcision Vasectomy ED
FMWR Outlook 63
FITNESS CLASSES USAG Daegu (Area IV) Fees & Services Group Fitness Classes: $3 per class 10 classes for $28 / 20 classes for $50 Camp Walker (CW): 764-4800 /764-4225 Camp Carroll (CC): 765-8118/765-8287
Every Monday CW 0530 *Mission Essential Fitness – Dexter Wise CC 0545 Cycling Class – Andrew Jones
Every Tuesday CW 0845 Mission Essential Fitness – Dexter Wise CC 1800 Cycling Class – Andrew Jones CC 1900 Mission Essential Fitness – Dexter Wise
Every Wednesday CW 0530 Mission Essential Fitness – Dexter Wise CC 0545 Cycling Class – Andrew Jones
Every Thursday CW 0845 Mission Essential Fitness – Dexter Wise CC 1800 Cycling Class – Andrew Jones CC 1900 Mission Essential Fitness – Dexter Wise
Every Friday CW 0530 Mission Essential Fitness – Dexter Wise CW 0845 Mission Essential Fitness – Dexter Wise 64 FMWR Outlook
Camp Walker Intramural Softball League Every Mon-Wed 1800-2100 Camp Walker Kelly Field
Post Level Men’s & Women’s Softball League (USAG Daegu Team) 3-4 May Pre Season Tournament at USAG Yongsan 23-26 May Pacific Wide Softball Tournament at Yongsan
Camp Walker Kelly Fitness Center / 764-4800/4225 Camp Walker Daegu Intramural Volleyball Championship 7-8 May, 1800-2100 Camp Walker Kelly Fitness Center
USAG Daegu Community Memorial Day Softball Tournament 24-26 May, 1000-1700 Camp Walker Kelly Field
USAG Daegu Volleyball Championship 12-13 May, 1800-2100 Camp Walker Kelly Fitness Center FMWR Outlook 65
Camp Henry Fit-To-Win Center Mon-Wed & Fri, 0500-2000 Thu, 0600-2000 Sat & U.S. Holidays, 1000-1800 Sun, Closed
Cardio Equipment Machine & Free Weights Workout Accessories Showers & Sauna
66 FMWR Outlook
Sports Events Camp Walker Kelly Fitness Center / 764-4800 3 May / 1000 Community Level Volleyball Tournament 11 May / Time: TBA USAG Daegu Community Kickball Tournament 26 May: Memorial Day 5K Run & 2-Mile Walk Sign up at 0715-0745 / Race begins at 0800
Camp Carroll Fitness Center / 765-8118 2 May / Register same day of the event. 1000/500 Pounds Club Men/Women; Bench, Squat and Deadlift 17 May / Race begins 1000 / Register 0900-0945 MWR DECA Sports and Fitness Month; 5K Fun Run/2-Mile Walk 22 May / Registration deadline 20 May Dodgeball Challenge Dodgeball = dodge, dip, dive, duck, and dodge 29 May / Registration deadline 27 May Kan Jam-Can you throw a frisbee? Come have some fun!
30 May / Self pace from 1000-1400 100 Lengths of Swimming Register same day of the event (outdoor pool) FMWR Outlook 67
On Memorial Day Weekend
24 May, 1000 (Cp Walker & Cp Carroll) Outdoor Pool, Camp Walker Wed-Mon from 1000-1900 Closed on Tuesdays / 764-4553 Indoor Pool, Camp Walker Mon-Wed & Fri from 0600-1900 Sat, Sun & US Holidays from 1000-1800 Closed on Thursdays / 764-3873
Outdoor Pool, Camp Carroll Tue-Sun from 1100-1900 Closed on Mondays / 765-4274 Indoor Pool, Camp Carroll Mon-Wed & Fri from 0600-1900 Sat, Sun & US Holidays from 1000-1800 Closed on Thursdays / 765-7708 68 FMWR Outlook
Camp Carroll Fitness Center 765-8118 765-8287 USAG Daegu Battalion Level Volleyball Championship 14-15 May, 1800-2100 Camp Carroll Fitness Center
Army In Korea (AIK) Volleyball Championship
Intramural Softball Pre Season 28 April â€“ 2 May, 1800-2100 Camp Carroll Story Field
Intramural Softball League Every Mon-Wed & Fri 1800-2100 Camp Carroll Story Field
17-18 May, 0900 Camp Carroll Fitness Center
Intramural Volleyball Championship 8-9 May, 1800-2100 Camp Carroll Fitness Center
FMWR Outlook 69
Community Recreation Division (CRD)
Korean Holiday Operation Hours Thursday Labor Day 1 May
Monday Children’s Day 5 May
Tuesday Buddha’s Day 6 May
0600-2100 Closed 0600-2000 1000-1900 1100-2000 Closed 1000-2000
0500-2100 0600-0800 0500-2000 Closed 1100-2000 Closed 1000-2000
0500-2100 0600-0800 0500-2000 Closed 1100-2000 Closed Closed
Fitness Center Indoor Pool Community Activity Center
0600-2100 Closed 1100-2000
0500-2100 0600-0800 1100-2000
0500-2100 0600-0800 1100-2000
FACILITY Camp Henry/Camp Walker Kelly Fitness Center Indoor Pool Fit-To-Win Center Auto Crafts Shop Community Activity Center Arts & Crafts Library
Welcome to FGTO! Would you like to sell your household goods or your POV? Under the SOFA agreement, we are the only authorized means for you to sell your duty free items in Korea. We will give you advice and appraisals on all of your unwanted items. We can be of great assistance to you. Please do not hesitate to call your local Foreign Goods Transaction Office (FGTO) for any advice or questions. We are here for you!
Foreign Goods Transaction Branch Offices
Dongduchun Camp Casey Bldg #1709
(DSN) 730-6685 (Com) 031-869-6685
Daegu Camp Henry Bldg S-1320
(DSN) 768-8874 (Com) 053-470-8874
Yongsan Camp Kim Bldg #1241
(DSN) 724-4371-(3) (Com) 02-797-5203
Kunsan AB Bldg #1104
(DSN) 782-4811 (Com) 063-470-4811
Osan AB Bldg #806
Daegu Area Shuttle Bus Schedules (Temporary) Weekday: Monday – Friday (Except U.S. Holidays) Cp Henry – Cp George – Cp Walker – Cp George – Cp Henry
POC is Dispatch Office at 768-7936/6722, SFC Craven at 768-8755 or Mr. Isla at 765-7717 Effective 16 Dec. 2013
Note: The 1330 hr bus run will not stop at bus stop #5 (Camp George) during DoDDS school day. Buses returning to Camp Herny do not pick up new passengers going to Camp Walker/Camp George P=Mon, Tue, Wed & Fri only except holidays – P.T. Runs XXX=Bus will not stop at location
Camp Carroll to Daegu Area (Monday – Friday)
Effective 16 Dec. 2014
Camp Carroll to Daegu Area (Sat, Sun, US Holidays & USFK Training Holidays)
FMWR Outlook 71
Daegu Area Shuttle Bus Schedules (Temporary) Weekend & U.S. Holiday (Cp Henry – Cp George – Cp Walker – Cp George – Cp Henry)
Effective 16 Dec. 2013
Note: The 1330 hr bus run will not stop at bus stop #5 (Camp George) during DoDDS school Days. Buses returning to Camp Henry do not pick up new passengers going to Camp Walker/Camp George. XXX=Bus will not stop at location.
72 FMWR Outlook
Camp Carroll On Post Shuttle Bus Schedule Effective 11 Nov. 2013
Note: The post shuttle bus does NOT operate during the hours highlighted on Weekends, US Federal and Training Holidays. This bus schedule supersedes all previous Camp Carroll bus schedule dtd 11 March 2013
IMPORTANT NOTICE: The Osan Bus is a mission essential bus, therefore Mission Essential Personnel and those travelling on orders have priority seating. You are not guaranteed a seat going or returning if you are not in the above categories. Please be prepared to return on your own if the bus is full. FMWR Outlook 73
74 FMWR Outlook
FMWR Outlook 75
Area IV Chapel Schedules SERVICE
Church of Christ
CW Chapel Annex
Multi Cultural Gospel
POC: CH (MAJ) Lee, 764-4192 or SFC Nock, 764-5534 76 FMWR Outlook
C a l l 7 6 8 - 7 9 9 3 o r s t o p b y y o u r Camp HenryAmerican Red Cross for more information
Adult, Infant, & Child CPR/First Aid/AED Sat, 31 May, 0900-1600 Learn the basic skills to identify and respond to cardiac emergencies, first aid and much more! Certifications are valid for two years .. Course/materials fee is $55. Held at Red Cross Bldg. #1425, Camp Henry
Babysitter’s Training Sat, 10 May, 0900-1630 Learn how to care for young children including responding to first aid and choking emergencies, feeding, holding, problem solving, diaper changing etc .. Course/materials fee is $45. Held at Red Cross Bldg. 1425, Camp Henry
2nd May at the Camp Walker PX from 3-7 p.m. 3rd May at the Camp Walker Field from 2-6 p.m. “We are accepting donated used or new shoes to deliver to orphans at Love & Hope”
FMWR Outlook 77
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FMWR EVENT CALENDAR
•Find out what’s happening in FMWR on A DAILY BASIS. •FILTER ACTIVITIES BY CATEGORY OR LOCATION (i.e. if you only want club info, choose clubs under the “Select Category” dropdown. If you only want ACS, choose Army Community Service from the “Select Location” dropdown). •Click on the event to get a pop-up box with more details – you can even SEND YOURSELF EMAIL REMINDERS or share the event on your Facebook! •Use the calendar to help plan your own organization events. •Get school liaison information about DAS and DHS. 78 FMWR Outlook
FMWR Outlook 79
CYS Services Month of the Military Child
Community Campout Bring your whole family out to Camp Walker Kelly Field
Stay the Day or Stay All Night!
May 3 at 1430 Ends Sunday Morning / Camp Breakfast Available Games & Bouncies Outdoor Skills Stations 1500-1700
Run by the Boy Scouts (Knot Tying , First Aid, etc)
Families vs. Scouts Skills Competition 1730-1900 (Win cool Family camp prizes!) Crafts Stations & Face Painting run by the Girl Scouts Information Booths from multiple Garrison organizations Picnic Dinner available 1700-1900
Big Screen Movie & Popcorn at 1930 Evening Camp activities following the movie … Skits and Talent Competition Reserve your camp space on the field by calling Angiemarie Hart at 764-5298. No stakes. No cooking utensils or flame on the field. Parents MUST be present With their children to camp.
Must provide your own tent and camping supplies if you plan to stay the night.