U.S. Army Garrison Daegu
FMWR CACs Gear Up to Hit the Slopes! Sign up for one day or weekend trips in January
Bisul Mountain Ice Festival
“George Wallace” to perform at the Hilltop Club Jan 23rd
Resolve to Evolve at the Camp Carroll Fitness Center
New Year’s Health Resolution Fitness Party!
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 JANUARY 2014 Published by USAG Daegu FMWR Marketing
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INSIDE THIS EDITION 4-5
FMWR Directory of Facilities
Camp Henry ACS
Camp Carroll ACS
How to stay in touch
Evergreen Golf Course
Evergreen Community Club
Henry’s Place Restaurant and Sports Bar
Army MWR MasterCard
“Titans” House Band schedule
Commercial Sponsorship Opportunities
Camp Henry Auto Skills Center
CAC Equipment Rentals
Arts & Crafts Center/Frame Shop
Camp Walker Community Activities Center
Camp Carroll Community Activities Center
Camp Walker Bowling Center
Super Bowl Parties
Cactus Jack’s Restaurant
Camp Carroll Bowling Center
Child, Youth & School Services
Camp Walker Fitness Center & Classes
Camp Carroll Fitness Center & Classes
Camp Henry Fit-To-Win Center
Area IV Chapel Schedule (courtesy ad)
Area IV Bus Schedules
AAFES Movie Schedules
FMWR Online Event Calendar Information
Camp Humphreys MLK Basketball Tourney
Muju Overnight Ski Trip
George Wallace Celebrity Comedy Show 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: 1000-1330 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 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
Community Activity Center, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-7484 Open 7 Days a Week: 1100-2000
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
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 Dining Room Mon-Fri, 1100-1300 (Re-opening for Lunch) Wed-Sat: 1630-2100 (Dinner) Library, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-8407 Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri: 1200-1900 Wed: Closed Sat & Sun: 1200-1800 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
ACS, Camp Henry (Bldg. T-1103) 768-7112
Family Readiness Group (FRG) Essentials Part 1 Training for FRG Leaders â€“ provides information on how to effectively run an FRG organization. 7 January, 0930-1200, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Theater Reception: Newcomers Orientation 7 & 21 January, 1000-1500, Camp Henry Movie Theater Mandatory Personal Financial Management Training for First Term Soldiers Class includes 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. 8 January, Every second Wednesday, 1000-1600, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Spouse Orientation 9 & 23 January, 0900-1400, Camp Walker Chapel Sanctuary 6 FMWR Outlook 6
ACS, Camp Henry (Bldg. T-1103) / 768-7112 Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS) Training Learn how to become a volunteer and how to use VMIS to track your hours. 9 & 23 January, 0930-1100, Camp Henry FAP Training Room Birth Control & Family Planning Enhance your knowledge of family planning and birth control. 9 January, 1000-1200, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Mandatory Commanders/Senior NCO Family Advocacy Program (FAP) Briefing Covers the FAP, definitions of abuse, roles and responsibilities as senior leaders, reporting POC, Area IV trends, and services available to combat abuse. Satisfies initial and recurring training requirements. 9 January, 1000-1200, Camp Henry ACS Conference Room Family Member Resiliency Training 10 January, 0830-1130, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Newcomer Subway Tour 11 January, 0915-1530, Meet at Camp Walker Lodge 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. 13 January, 1400-1500, Camp Henry ACS Conference Room. Organization Point of Contact (OPOC) VMIS Training Become an Organization Point of Contact (OPOC) for volunteers within your organization and how to manage volunteers in VMIS. 14 & 28 January, 0930-1100, Camp Henry ACS Classroom FMWR Outlook 7
ACS, Camp Henry (Bldg. T-1103) / 768-7112 Resolution for Strong Women Designed to encourage and empower women to make positive changes in their lives and stick with their resolutions. 16 January, 1000-1200, Camp Henry ACS Conference Room Coping with Stress Using Meditation & Art Learn how to manage stress by changing the ways you respond to stress through art & meditation. 16 January, 1000-1200, Camp Henry ACS Classroom 10 Steps to a Federal Job Workshop Are you interested in learning about federal employment? Here's your opportunity to learn the critical 10 steps to a federal job, and to include navigating through the digital platform, USAjobs.gov. A subject matter expert from the Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC) will be present to answer any questions related to federal employment (subject to change). Attendees are highly encouraged to bring along their résumés. 16 January, 1500-1700, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Family Readiness Group (FRG) Essentials Part 2 21 January, 0930-1200, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Money Management Learn how to manage your personal finance.22 January, Every fourth Wednesday, 13001430, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Debt Management Class teaches how to manage personal debt, how to escape its clutches, and how to improve your credit score. 22 January, 1600-1700, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Baby Basics Class For parents of newborns; information covers how to feed, bathe, diaper and other important basics for new parents. 23 January, 1000-1200, Camp Henry ACS Classroom
Consular Services Outreach
U.S. Embassy Services
27 January 2014, 1300-1700, Camp Henry ACS Lobby. U.S. citizens can apply for U.S. passports, additional visa pages in their current passports, Consular Reports of Birth Abroad, and Social Security cards. A consular officer will offer notary services and provide information regarding voting, federal benefits, and registration with the Embassy. The consular staff is available to assist with emergencies involving U.S. citizens. NOTE: These services are for those with base access ONLY and on a walk-in basis. No appointment necessary. Also, when providing consular services outside of the U.S. Embassy, payment is by money order in U.S. dollars for the exact amount of the service made payable to the "CASHIER FMC U.S. EMBASSY SEOUL“.
ACS, Camp Henry (Bldg. T-1103) / 768-7112 Shaken Baby Syndrome/ Baby Blues Learn about Shaken Baby Syndrome - the causes and impact. Also, learn how to deal with emotional changes after having a baby. 30 January, 1000-1200, Camp Henry ACS Classroom Intermediate Korean Language Class 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-Korean speakers 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 English as a Second Language (ESL) Class Every Wednesday, 1600-1700, Camp Henry ACS Conference Room. Begins 15 January. Henry’s Craft Class (Quilting) Quilting class helps both beginners and experienced students learn how to quilt and understand the different techniques used in quilting. Students work on a small project to help develop their skills. Every Thursday, 1330-1530, 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 9
STRONG WOMEN 16 January 1000-1200 Camp Henry ACS Conference Room, bldg. 1103.
768-8091 Designed to encourage and empower women to make positive changes in their lives, and to stick with their resolutions.
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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 volunteers within your organization and learn how to manage volunteers in VMIS. 2 January, 1000-1130, Camp Carroll ACS Training Room Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS) Training Learn how to become a volunteer and how to use VMIS to track your hours. 2 January, 1330-1500, Camp Carroll ACS Training Room Theater Reception: Newcomers Orientation 14 & 28 January, 1000-1500, Camp Carroll Movie Theater 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. 17 January, 1130-1300, Camp Carroll ACS Kitchen
Spouse Group Meeting & Birthday Celebration 24 January, 1330-1530, Camp Carroll ACS Lounge Financial Counseling For more information contact the Financial Readiness Program Manager at 768-8127/8716/7112. Every Tuesday, 0900-1600, Camp Carroll ACS Financial Readiness Play Group For parents and children (ages 0-4) with a focus on stress management for parents. Every Tuesday, 1000-1200, Camp Carroll ACS FCC Room FMWR Outlook 11
ACS, Camp Carroll (Bldg. S-998) 765-7900
Quilting Class Quilting Classes help both beginners and experienced quilters learn to quilt and develop different techniques used in the process. Students work on a small project to help develop their skills. Every Monday, 1000-1130, Camp Carroll ACS Training Room 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 structure and conversation. Every Monday, 1000-1130, Camp Carroll ACS Conference Room Korean Language Class (Advanced) Helps develop Korean speaking skills with an entire class devoted to speaking only in Korean and focused 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 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, 1000-1130, Camp Carroll ACS AKO Room KN Military Communication Service Classes are held to help any Korean military or civilian employed by the U.S. Army who wants or needs to improve their English speaking abilities. Through learning pronunciation, sentence structure, and conversation, students are helped to achieve better English speaking abilities and to better communicate with Americans. Classes are held twice a week Tuesdays and Fridays. Tuesday, 1000-1130 and Friday, 1330-1500, Camp Carroll ACS Conference Room
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ACS, Camp Carroll (Bldg. S-998) 765-7900 Knitting Class This class demonstrates the first cast (loop) and basic stitches. Also, reading patterns and gazes is continued during the class. Every Wednesday, 1000-1130, Camp Carroll ACS Conference Room English Conversation Class Every Wednesday, 1330-1500, Camp Carroll ACS Training Room Korean Language Class (Basic) The Basic Korean Class is an introduction to the Korean language with its aim to help non Korean speakers 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 Henry’s Craft Class Craft classes are held at Camp Henry’s ACS building for those who are unable to make the journey to Camp Carroll ACS for craft classes. Every Thursday, 1330-1530, Camp Henry ACS Conference 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 to properly construct and speak 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 an appointment, please call 768-8127 FMWR Outlook 13
How to stay in touch with what’s happening in Daegu USAG Daegu Facebook: www.facebook.com/USAGDaegu
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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& 14 FMWR Outlook
Camp Walker Evergreen Golf Course
7 Days a Week 0700-1700 (Golf Shop) 0070-1700 (Driving Range)
Golf Course, 764-4601 Pro Shop, 764-4628 FMWR Outlook 15
Camp Walker Evergreen Community Club / 764-4060 SUPER SUNDAY CHAMPAGNE BRUNCH 1000-1330 in the Ballroom. SOFA guests may now make Brunch reservations by calling 764-4060. House Band â€œTITANSâ€? Every Sunday, 1000-1330 Everlasting Memories and Family Bonds Program
Father Daughter Dance January 25th beginning at 1900 The Evergreen will be hosting our first Father Daughter Dance. Walk into a winter wonderland and dine on a delicious four course meal. Come dressed to impress and put on your dancing shoes. Sure to become a treasured memory. Price per dad is $40, daughters are Free! Call 010-4519-7354 for more information and to reserve your space. 16 FMWR Outlook
CASINO NIGHT Put on your poker face January 17th for Casino Night at the Evergreen Enjoy various casino style games, popcorn, snacks and your choice of beverages. Need a little more to eat? Order from our specialized menu for the evening. Catering on the Spot Camps Walker, Henry or Carroll to discuss your next event at the Evergreen. Please call 010-4519-7354 to schedule an appointment.
Evergreen Community Club / 764-4060 Located in the Camp Walker Evergreen Club overlooking the 1st Fairway
(entrance on the golf side) New Menu - New Décor – New Hours - New Attitude
Legends January Specials Tuesday Night King & Queen Prime Rib Dinner Dine on a delicious prime rib dinner to include a salad, non-alcoholic beverage of choice and dinner rolls. King’s 12oz prime rib dinner: $17.95 / Queen’s 8oz prime rib dinner: $15.95
Weekly Friday Night Catfish Special: $ 10.95 Meal will include whole fried catfish, mixed greens, homemade macaroni and cheese, along with cornbread and sweet tea.
Have you tried the new Legends Lunch and Dinner Menus? Spinach & Artichoke Dip Coconut Shrimp Grilled Chicken & Portobello Mushroom Ragin’ Cajun Ribeye Steak Kahlua Pork Sliders Baked Lobster Mac & Cheese Shrimp & Chicken Pesto Pasta
Eggplant Parmesan Pasta Primo Ice Cream Nachos Asian Chicken Salad Pesto Portobello Wrap Cuban Sandwich Strawberry Cheesecake Parfait
*Ask about our Soup Du Jour and house dessert! Our pastry chef will test your taste buds with a scrumptious new dessert each week. BREAKFAST
Sat & US Hol: 0700-1100 Sun: 0700-1000 SUNDAY BRUNCH 1000-1330
Mon-Sat 1100-1330 PRO SHOP COFFEE SERVICES Mon-Sun
DINNER Tue-Sat 1700-2030
Coffee service and muffins will be available soon to customers during Pro Shop hours. FMWR Outlook 17
“BOSS and Buddy Night” Come in and enjoy complimentary snacks, music, games, and friends every week.
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Camp Walker Hilltop Club “DJ Dave Every Friday from 2100-0200
The Latino community is inviting you to this very special event Friday, 17 January & Friday, 31 January 2014 2100-0200 “DJ Dave” Professional DJ
764-4985 No cover charge
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Camp Walker Hilltop Community Club 764-4985 The Hilltop will now deliver large pizzas to the Camp Walker Bowling Center upon request. Give us a call at 764-4985.
NEW House Band “TITANS” Wednesdays (1900-2200) & Saturdays (2000-0100)
“DJ David” Professional D.J. Fridays, 2100-0200
Game Room Opens at 1100 Mon-Fri w/free fountain beverages for players! 20 FMWR Outlook
1 Jan: Club Closed for New Year’s day 2 Jan: Club opens at 1630 MON
Monster T-Bone Steak (1½ pound): $21.95
Chicken or Pork Kebabs w/steamed rice: $8.95
2-4-1 Ribeye Steak Dinner: $21.95
Naked Chicken Wing Night 30-cents per ounce Come early ‘cuz we sell out fast!
All-You-Can-Eat Pizza & Pasta Buffet: $12.95 (no takeout)
Chef Kim’s Special Chicken cordon bleu with steamed white rice or baked potato: $9.95
B-B-Q Chicken or Ribs Combo: $9.95
Large Pizza (Supreme, Vegetable, Pepperoni or Hawaiian): $11.95 Beverages sold separately!
PUB TRIVIA NIGHT
15 % OFF in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day Monster T-Bone Steak (1 Â˝ pound) 20 January Hilltop Club
Celebrity Comedy Show George Wallace 23 January Starts at 2000 Hilltop Club See Back Cover
764-4985 Hilltop Club hosting SuperBowl 3 February 0700 Hilltop Club See pg. 48 for details
Naked, Fried Chicken Wings. 30-cents per ounce also available ice cold beverage. Breakfast Pizza. FMWR Outlook 21
Lunch Special “A or B” Every Monday – Friday, 1100-1330 Special A ($8.95) Special B ($7.95) Add salad bar for $2.95 Add soup and salad bar for $3.95 Soup and salad bar without the special is $7.95
PASTA BUFFET LUNCH Every Wednesday, 1100-1300 Adults ($8.95) / Ages 6-12 ($5.95) Ages 5 and under eat free.
RIBEYE STEAK LUNCH Every Wednesday-Friday, 1130-1330 Ribeye steak (10oz) / Potato salad, Vegetable, Baked beans, Roll, Ice tea and Lemonade. TEXAS COUNTRY BUFFET LUNCH Every Thursday, 1130-1300 Adults ($8.95) / Ages 6-12 ($5.95) / Ages 5 and under eat free Roast Beef, Fried Chicken, Texas Baked Beans, Texas Fried Potatoes, Texas Cut Corn and Roll with Butter. Closed: Sun, U.S. and Korean Holidays (1-2, 20 & 30-31 January)
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EVERY WED, 1700-2030 Mongolian B-B-Q Basic price: Adults ($7.95) Ages 6-12 ($4.95) Ages 5 under eat free. Beef, Pork, Chicken sold by the ounce (50-cents) Veggies are basic price (1) time through. Not all you can eat. Beverages sold separately.
EVERY THURSDAY, 1700-2030 2-4-1 New York Steak Night: $21.95 NY Steak, baked potatoes, corn-on-the-cob, dinner roll. Soup & Salad Bar: $3.95 per person Beverages sold separately.
EVERY FRI, 1700-2030 Chicken Wing Night - 30-cents per ounce
FREE Snacks Wednesdays & Fridays, 1730-1830
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BINGO Doors open at 1700 Games start at 1800
Walk into Henry’s Place every Saturday and let the smell of popcorn guide you to BINGO! Enjoy our complimentary snacks at intermission or order a little more from our Bingo menu. We are working to provide you with a great BINGO experience. If you have any questions or suggestions please see Tulara Saturdays at Henry’s Place!
The BAR is Open! Show off your vocal talents every Saturday at Henry’s Place from 2000-2300. Enjoy our complimentary snacks and sing a few lines, or just spend a fun evening with friends. 24 FMWR Outlook
Sign in at 1800 Game begins at 1830 Weekly Winners:
Must have12 people to start game.
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. `
GAGA Plastic Surgery Clinic in Daegu Eyelid Surgery Upper Blepharoplasty Lower Blepharoplasty Rhinoplasty Augmentation Reduction Alar Reduction Fat Injection Botox & Fillers Hair Transplantation Dr. Oh, Jae H., MD Board of Certified Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon. Member of the Korean Medical Association. Member of American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
Liposuction Abdominoplasty (Tummy Tuck) Face Lift Bone Surgery Mandible, Chin Zygoma Breast Surgery Augmentation Reduction
Direction 1. Make R turn from gate 2, Cp Henry 2. L turn at HW 40, go to telephone ST. 3. Make R turn at DongsungRo, go straight 300 yds. Just past Starbucks, 2nd Fl Adidas Shoes Store
GaGa Plastic Surgery Clinic: 053-427-8877, Daegu Jung-gu, Dongsung-ro 2ga 141-7 www.gagaclinic.co.kr / Monday - Friday: 1000-1900 / Saturday: 1000-1700 International Coordinator: Ms. Choi at 010-5205-3845 FMWR Outlook 25
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NEW HOUSE BAND
Hilltop Community Club, 764-4985 Wednesdays, 1900-2200 / Saturdays, 2000-0100 Henryâ€™s Place, 768-7300 Thursdays, 1730-2130 Hideaway Community Club, 765-8574 Fridays, 1800-2300 Evergreen Community Club, 764-4060 Sundays, 1000-1330 FMWR Outlook 27
Camp Carroll Hideaway Community Club
TITANS Hours of Operation Cashier Cage & Game Room Tue-Thu, 1100-2300 Fri, 1100-0200 Sat, 1300-0200 US Holidays, 1700-2300 Sun & Mon, Closed
Every Wednesday, 1700-2200
Karaoke Night Every Friday
Live Band “TITANS” 1800-2300 House DJ at 2300-0300 (Top 40/R&B) Complementary snacks at 1900 Every Saturday, 2200-0300 Salsa and R&B Music by House DJs “Big Easy” & “AL7”
Martini and a Manicure comes to Camp Carroll. The professionals from My Bling Story in Daegu will join us January 11 at the Hideaway. For only $10 at the door you will receive; a manicure, a martini (or your choice of a non alcoholic beverage), hors d’oeurves, and fun! DJ Big Easy will be on hand pushing out the latest tunes for all to enjoy. Come BLINGED OUT to the Hideaway on Camp Carroll from 7pm till 10pm. 28 FMWR Outlook
Bar Tue-Thu, 1630-2300 Fri, 1630-0200 Sat, 1700-0200 US Holidays, 1700-2300 Sun.& Mon, Closed Snack Bar Tue-Thu, 1700-2100 Fri: 1630-0130 Sat, 1700-0130 US Holidays, 1700-2300 Sun & Mon, Closed
Camp Carroll Hideaway Community Club 1-2 & 30-31 January: Club opens at 1700 Check out our NEW Snack Bar Menu & Bartender’s Specials
POETIC ACTION “BLACK & WHITE” NIGHT 4 January, 2000-2200 Camp Carroll Hideaway Club Express your artistic talents through spoken word, written poetry, innovative skit and lyrical accapella interpretation 1st $50, 2nd $25 gift card to winners
18 January, 2200-Close Camp Carroll Hideaway Club 50 each for BEST Dressed Male & Female. Complementary Snacks at 2100
Complementary snacks at 2100 Brought to your by team Hideaway & Area IV BOSS
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Camp Carroll Hideaway Community Club
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 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! 30 FMWR Outlook
Music & DJ Schedules Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays,1700-2300 Variety Music Fridays, 1800-2300 “TITANS” (House Band) Top 40 / R&B, 2300-0130 (House D.J.) Saturdays Salsa Music, 2200-2400 R&B Music, 2400-0130 (House D.J.)
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 이벤트기간동안 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 firstname.lastname@example.org 후원과 광고에 관심이 있으시면 연락주시기 바랍니다. 일반전화 053) 470-7563 또는 이메일 email
email@example.com FMWR Outlook 31
Your library has …. Books, E-Books & Audiobooks Magazines & Newspapers DVDs, CDs & Audiobooks Free Internet & Wifi Video Games for Wii, PS3 & Xbox 360 Copier, Scanner and International Fax E-Readers and DVD Players Online Databases Libros en Español
Daegu Book Club Me Talk Pretty One Day 7 January, 1800-2000 Camp Walker Library With nearly 600 five-star reviews on Amazon and 100,000 five-star reviews on Goodreads, this bestseller is sure to make you laugh out loud. Come share your enthusiasm with us! Please sign up in advance at DSN 764-5910.
We can help with your New Year’s Resolutions! Camp Walker and Carroll Libraries Come browse our library materials to help you follow through with your New Year’s Resolutions – we have everything from books that will help you establish good financial habits to DVDs and video games that will get you moving and help you become healthier. 32 FMWR Outlook
From all of us @ USAG Daegu Libraries (Clockwise from top left: Mr. Kim, Mr. Yi, Jamie, Mr. Kim, Mr. Pan and Mr. Yu)
Operation Hours Camp Walker Library, DSN 764-4318 Sun, Mon, Wed-Sat, 1000-2000 Tue, Closed Camp Carroll Library, DSN 765-8407 Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, 1200-1900 Sat-Sun, 1200-1800 Wed Closed
Story Times Thursdays @ 1030 Camp Walker Thursdays @ 1330 Camp Carroll
Army Digital Media Library FREE E-books & Audiobooks Check out the hottest new titles to read on your e-reader. Just stop by your library to create an account.
< < http://army.lib.overdrive.com FREE digital magazines Read popular magazines like National Geographic, The Economist and Popular Science for free on your e-reader! Just create an account at your library. < < http://mylibraryus.armybiznet.com/ (“Zinio” link on left) FMWR Outlook 33
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 Paid advertisement
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Auto Skills, Camp Henry (Bldg. S-1415) / 768-8164
Fees & Charges Wash Rack & Vacuum Cleaner Bay/Bench/User Fee Vehicle Lift Fee Drill/Hydraulic Press Steam Cleaner-Staff Do-it Yourself Steam Cleaner Do-it Yourself Tire Balance (Include weight) Do-it Yourself Tire Mounting Staff Tire Mounting w/Balance Staff Tire Repair (Include weight) Staff Tire Balance (Include weight) Wheel Alignment Do-it Yourself Welding (Gas/Arc) Staff Welding POV Inspection Oil Change Labor Engine Diagnostic A/C Service Service Call or Jump Starting (Off post) Service Call/Jump Starting (On post) Mechanic Labor Rate Overtime Fee (After closing) Temporary Vehicle Storage In Excess of 20 Days Car Wash Service size Car Wash Service
$4 per half hour $4 per hour $ 4 per half hour $1 per use $10 per ¼ hour $5 per ¼ hour
$4 per wheel $4 per wheel $10 per wheel $8 per wheel $8 per wheel $45 (starting) $5 per ½ hour $7.50 min. $19.95 $15 (starting) $15 Varies $25 per vehicle $15 per vehicle $28 per hour $35 per hour $2 per night $4 per night $20 economy
Tue-Fri, 1000-1900 Sat-Sun, 0900-1800 Mon, Closed
$30 luxury size
Do It Yourself The Auto Skills Center has trained instructors and mechanics to guide customers through a wide range of repairs and maintenance. FMWR Outlook 35
Camp Walker Community Center
Item Listing Check Out Item Air Bouncies Kid Combo Show Booth Coliseum
$75 $100 $125
Snow Cone Machine
Gas for Grill
Century Camp Stove
3 Sleep Tent
4-5 Sleep Tent
6 Sleep Tent
Small PA System
Multi Purpose Room #122
TV Meeting Room #125 (A+B)
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Arts & Crafts Center, Camp Walker/ 764-5692
(In the Community Activity Center) Wed-Sun: 1000-2000 Mon & Tue: Closed
Matting & Framing Class Instruction will be provided by the Arts & Crafts Center staff by request and during normal operation hours. Pre-registration is required.
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Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS) All single and unaccompanied Soldiers are welcome!
Every Wed, 1000 Camp Henry/Walker BOSS Meeting Camp Walker Community Activity Center Every Wed, 1300 Camp Carroll BOSS Meeting Camp Carroll Community Activity Center
BOSS Coordinator SGT Jackson, Ashley Office phone: 764-4426
Walker/Henry President PFC Crosby, Kristine 010-5329-4133 Carroll President SPC Howe, Danielle 010-2605-3243
www.facebook.com/BOSSAreaIV 38 FMWR Outlook
Camp Camp Walker WalkerCommunity Activity Center Community Activity Center 764-4123 Mon-Sun 1100-2000
11 January, 1400 Recreational Table Tennis Tournament Tournament will award trophies to the 1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners. If there are 6 players, 1st & 2nd place winners will receive trophies. 25 January, 1400 Recreational 8-Ball Tournament Tournament will award trophies to the 1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners. If there are 6 players, 1st & 2nd place winners will receive trophies.
Watercolor Painting And
Free Watercolor Painting Class Every Friday, 1500-1600 Class instruction will be provided by Mr. Ha, Byung Jae 010-8258-4377
Free Drawing Class
Every Saturday, 1300-1400 Class instruction will be provided by Mr. Robert Holdgate 010-7661-4111 For more information, call 764-4123
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Ski Trip to Welli Hilli Park Resort (Gang-won do) 4 January / Camp Walker Community Activity Center Transportation fee: $15 (Adults), $10 (Under 12)
Equipments rental are available t Camp Walker Community Activity Center Ski set: $15 / Snowboard set: $18 Lift ticket: Pay at the ski resort (50% discount); 0830-1700: Adult-35,000 won, Child-28,000 won Ski suits rental are available at the resort (10,000 won). Bring your extra won for food, etc â€Ś Bus departs from the Camp Walker Commissary Parking Lot at 0500 and Camp Carroll CAC Parking Lot at 0600. Return: 2000 (Camp Carroll) & 2100 (Camp Walker). No pets are allowed
Sign up at your nearest CAC 764-4123/5919
Sign up deadline: 1 January
Refund/Cancellation Policy: If MWR cancels the trip, a full refund will be provided to participants. If participant cancels after 1 Jan, no refund will be issued.
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Overnight (2 night 3 days)
Ski Trip to Welli Hilli Park Resort (Gang-won do) 18-20 January / Camp Walker Community Activity Center The optional prices are as follows: 2 nights lodging $400 (Package A): 6 personsâ€“above / 27 pyong $350 (Package B): 4-5 persons / 17 pyong $240 (Package C): 2-3 persons / 13 pyong
Sign up at Cp Walker CAC 764-4123/5919
Transportation fee: $30 (adult), $20 (child under 12) Equipment rental for 2 days: Ski-adult $30, child $25 / Snowboard-adult $40, child $30 Lift ticket: buy your own at the ski resort in Korean won 19 Jan, 1430-2300 (38,000 won-adult, 30,000 won-child 20 Jan, 1230-2300 (43,000 won-adult, 33,000 won-child Ski/Snowboard suit rentals are available (50% discount, pay at resort) Adult-10,000 won per day, child-8,000 won per day Lodging, transportation and equipment rental payments are due at the time of registration. Bus departs from the Camp Carroll CAC at 0800 and Camp Walker Commissary Parking Lot at 0900. Return: 1700 (Camp Walker) & 1800 (Camp Carroll) Sign up deadline: 14 January Refund/Cancellation Policy: If MWR cancels the trip, a full refund will be provided to participants. If participant cancels less than 48 hours prior to trip, no refund will be issued. FMWR Outlook 41
Available FOR RENT Skis & Snowboards COMMUNITY ACTIVITY CENTER, CAMP WALKER. BLDG. 335 / 764-4123/764-5919
CARVING SKI Ski Plate, Boots & Poles: $10 per day
CHILD SKIS Under 8 years old: $5 per day
SNOWBOARD Snowboard & Boots: $15 per day
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Camp Carroll Community Activity Center / 765-8325 Every Saturday Play the new X-BOX One and Play Station 4 games Every Day, 1130-1300 Customer Appreciation Free Popcorn 12 January, 1400-1600 Life Game / Sign up now! 765-8325
19 January, 1400-1600 Partner Foosball Tournament Trophies awarded to 1st & 2nd place winners. 26 January, 1400-1600 Clue Game, Find the Secrets! Trophies awarded to 1st & 2nd place winners.
Blsul Mountain Ice Festival Tour Enjoy ice festival and activities! 18 January / Camp Carroll Community Center Transportation fee: $15 (Adult)/$10 (Kids 12 & under). Departs from the Camp Carroll CAC at 0800 and Camp Walker Commissary at 0900. Bring food and snacks, etc â€Ś
Sign up now! 765-8325 FMWR Outlook 43
Camp Carroll Community Center
SUPER BOWL PARTY XLVIII 3 February / Start 0700 Camp Carroll Community Activity Center Super Bowl party at the Camp Carroll Community Activity Center auditorium on big screen. 1st 100 people gets free breakfast. There will be drawings, games and prizes. Club will be set up to accommodate and a whole lot more. Come out and join the fun!
Tour to Gyeong-Ju Museum & Chon-Machong Tomb 25 January Camp Carroll Community Activity Center Sign up at 765-8325
Transportation fee: $15 (Adult), $10 (Kids 12 & under) Bring won to buy lunch and pay admission. Depart from the Camp Carroll CAC at 0800 and Camp Walker Commissary at 0900 44 FMWR Outlook
Camp Walker Bowling Center Presents the
Family â€œGet your Game onâ€? night out Every Thursday in January Starting at 2000
Camp Walker Bowling Center / 764-4334
Cosmic Bowling: $10 per person Camp Walker Bowling Center will set aside 10 lanes for families or groups. 3 games+shoes+soda+1 large cheese pizza w(1)/topping Must have a minimum of 4 people per lane for this special offer.
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Lanes, Game Room & Beverages: Mon, 1630-2100 Holidays, 1130-2100 Wed-Thu, 1630-2100 Fri, 1630-2300 Sat, 1130-2300 Sun, 1130-2100 Snack Bar: Mon, 1630-2030 Holidays, 1130-2030 Wed-Thu, 1630-2030 Fri, 1630-2200 Sat, 1130-2200 Sun, 1130-2030
EVERY TUESDAY, 1630-2230 Buddy Bowling, $20 for 2 people; one large cheese pizza, 1 hour of bowling per lane. $2.50 shoe rental
Closed on Tuesdays
EVERY WEDNESDAY, 1630-2230 Mid-Week Bowling Madness $2.50 per game (adult) / $2.25 per game (children) / $2.50 shoe rental. On Wednesdays you can use up to 3 free bowling coupons per person EVERY SATURDAY, 1900-2330 Extreme Bowling $3 per game (adult) / $2.75 per game (children) $2.50 shoe rental EVERY SUNDAY, 1130-2230 Red Pin Bowling $3 per game (adult) / $2.75 per game (children) $2.50 shoe rental Bowl a strike with a red head pin in the center and receive one FREE game 46 FMWR Outlook
Camp Walker Bowling Center
8 January, 1800-2000 Middle School Students Good Neighbor Bowling Program 11 January, starts at 1300 (5 games) King & Queen of the Hills Bowling Tournament Entry fee: $20. The prize will be given by high score 1st, 2nd & 3rd.
20 January, 1130-2230 Martin Luther King Day Bowling Special $2 per game / Shoe rental for Soldier $1 25 January, starts at 1300 (6 games) 9-Pin-No-Tap Bowling Tournament Entry fee: $20. The prize will be given by high score 1st, 2nd & 3rd.
UNIT BOWLING PARTIES, AND GROUP ACTIVITIES $25 per lane. Free shoe rental and one hour bowling. Anything over one hour, pay for one more hours.
SUNDAY FAMILY BOWLING One hour bowling includes large cheese pizza w (1) topping, only $30. Shoe rental is not included (25% saving) CHILDRENâ€™S BIRTHDAY PARTIES $15 per child. Kids meal, 2 hours of bowling and free shoe rental. FMWR Outlook 47
Get a seat on the 50-Yard Line
SUPER BOWL XLVIII Camp Walker Hilltop Club Camp Carroll Community Center Feb. 3 / starts at 0700
Big Screen TV Door Prizes Games and Contests Ice Cold Beverages Free Breakfast for the first 100 people at both locations!
Sponsored in part by:
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Camp Carroll Bowling Center 765-4470
Co-located with the Camp Carroll Bowling Center
Cactus Jack’s Hours of Operation Lunch: Mon-Fri, 1100-1300 Dinner: Wed-Sat, 1630-2100
Every Wednesday, 1700-2000 2-4-1 Steak Night: $21.95
Re-opening for Lunch with A & B Specials
Dinner a la Carte Menu Steaks & Sides / Burgers & BBQ Southwest Fare / Homestyle Cookin’ / Sopas y Ensaladas
N.Y. Steak (10oz), Salad, Vegetable, Baked Potato & Dinner Roll. Every Thursday, 1700-2000 Cluck-Cluck Rotisserie Chickens are Loose in Cactus Jacks Dinner for 4 includes: Cactus Jack’s Specially Seasoned Slow Cooked Rotisserie Chicken, Seasoned Criss-Cut Fries or Steamed Rice, Steamed Vegetable, Choice of Coleslaw or Potato Salad, Dinner Rolls and dessert. Specially Priced at $30 (Home styled serving) Bowling Snack Bar Rotisserie Chicken Menu 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
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Camp Carroll Bowling Center will be CLOSED on 14 January for staff training and maintenance
Lunchtime Snack Bar Bowling Special Monday â€“ Friday, 1100-1330 -3 games of bowling, shoe rental, hotdog and soft drink: $9.95 per bowler. -2 games of bowling, shoe rental, hotdog and soft drink: $7.95 per bowler.
Every Tuesday, 1900-2100
Camp Carroll Bowling Center 765-4470
Join your fellow Chamber members for an evening of fun and friendship at TWO $ TUESDAYS; $2 per game, $2 shoe rental and $2 draft beer!
Lane fee: $3 p/game Shoe rental: $2.50 /pair
MLK Holiday Bowling Special 20 January, 1800-2100 Package #1: $50 per lane (max. 4 people) -2 hours of bowling -4 pairs of shoe rental -Rotisserie Chicken, Seasoned Criss-Cut-Fries, Coleslaw, Dinner Rolls -1 pitcher of soft drink
Package #2: $30 per lane (max. 4 people) -2 hours of bowling -4 pairs of shoe rental -1 pitcher of soft drink
Military Family Appreciation Bowling 26 January, 1100-2200 $2 per game with 10% discount on Combo Meal. Must show a valid military or retiree ID card. Kids bowl for FREE! 50 FMWR Outlook
Camp Carroll Bowling Center MONDAY-FRIDAY 1330-1700 EARLY BIRD DOLLARS BOWLING SPECIAL - $1.75 per game (shoe rental not included) FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS 1800-2200 EXTREME BOWLING Come and enjoy our Extreme “COSMIC” Bowling every Friday and Saturday night. Colored lights, spinning disco balls, and black and laser lights throughout the house! Romping & Stomping MUSIC and Special GLOW IN THE DARK pins.
Hours of Operation Sun-Thu & US Holidays: 1100-2200 Fri & Sat: 1100-2300 Snack Bar Closed Mon-Fri: 1330-1700 Dining Room Closed (Lunch) Wed-Sat: 1630-2100 (Dinner)
SUNDAYS, ALL DAY RED PIN BOWLING If you get a strike when the head pin is red, you will receive a coupon good for one free game the next time you bowl at the Carroll Lanes. FMWR Outlook 51
CYS Services School Age Center The new year has arrived and we are having a blast at the School Age Center. We are excited about our new look at SAC. We have new paint on the walls, new furniture, new carpets, new roof, new flooring, and a new kitchen. It was a long few weeks but it's now completed. We would like to say thank you to all of the parents and kids for their patience and understanding while this project was being completed. The center looks great. Stop in and pay us a visit anytime. JANUARY WE WILL BE BACK ON TRACK WITH ALL OF OUR REGULAR PROGRAMS. 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 interests and grow their leadership abilities. Book Club will be starting a new book and the Exercise club is learning their winter work out. It's exciting to see these young folks taking initiative and joining these beneficial clubs. 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.
764-5297 / 764-5072
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American College Test (ACT) http://www.act.org Test Center Code: 870880 High School Code (CEEB): 562520
Test Date February 8, 2014 April 12, 2014
Registration Deadline January 10, 2014 March 7, 2014
Late Fee Required January 11-14, 2014 March 8-21, 2014
Fee Waiver: Available to junior and senior students! Before you register contact Mrs. Webb-Martin: firstname.lastname@example.org Note: ACT will cancel any test date that doesn’t have a min TEN participants registered. Contact ACT: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 8 p.m., central time t (319) 337-1270
Standardized Achievement Test (SAT) www.collegeboard.com / Center Code: 65340 / Test School Code: 562520 Test Dates January 25, 2014 May 3, 2014
Test SAT & Subject Tests SAT & Subject Tests
U.S. Registration Deadlines (Expire at 11:59 p.m. Eastern time, U.S.A.) Regular Late Fee Applies January 27, 2014 January 14, 2013 (for registrations made online or by phone) May 4, 2014 April 21, 2013 (for registrations made online or by phone) During Registration: When you are prompted to select “Inside or Outside” of the United States select “Outside!”
Contact SAT: (212) 713-7789 School Liaison Corner FMWR Outlook 53
CYS Services School
Liaison Officer’s Corner Some Important DoDEA Dates for January
CYS Services Closures in the Month of January January 1st & 20th for Federal Holidays / January 31st for Lunar New Year
6 January: Instruction resumes at DoDEA schools (winter recess is over). 20 January: No school at DoDEA schools-federal Holiday 23 January: End of Second Quarter/First Semester at DoDEA Schools. 24 January: No school for students at DoDEA schools–Teacher Work Day. 27 January: Beginning of third quarter/semester at DoDEA schools. 31 January: No school for students – DoDEA schools–Lunar New Year.
Sign up by visiting or calling Parent Central Services on Camp Walker building 257
LEGOS-LEGOS and more LEGOS 11 Jan, 1000-1130 This will be a fun family bonding event from 10-12 at the School Age Center building 257 on Camp Walker. Bring your children, get a comfy spot, and start building! CYS Services will provide the LEGO kits – you supply the family ready to have fun! 54 FMWR Outlook
CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER (CDC), CAMP WALKER
PARENTâ€™S NIGHT OUT 17 January / 1830-2230
-FREE childcare for children registered with CYS Services (between the ages of 6 weeks and 12 years old). -FREE care will be held at the Child Development Center on Camp Walker. FREE care signups will begin Wednesday
Wednesday / 1030-1130
CYS Services Hourly Care at the Child Development Center (CDC)
For Children 6 weeks-preschool Cost: FREE CDC will be closed Jan 1st & 20th
As always the educational and emotional well being of your children is very important at Camp Walker Child Development Center. We accentuate the "CARE" in child care with our developmental programs to stimulate young minds. We strive to provide the nurturing, positive environment your child needs and deserves. Our goal is to assist each child by promoting his/her intellectual growth, physical ability, and social skills. We have the responsibility to provide a safe, healthy environment, enriching activities, and warm, loving care for every child enrolled in our programs. CDC still has opening for children from 6 weeks to Kindergarten, as well has hourly spots. We invite you to come and visit us and enroll your child in a program that will help them to grow and explore. For more information please contact Camp Walker Child Development Center at 764-4834 or come by Bldg S223. All children must be registered with Parent Central Services to use CYS Services programs, contact them at 764-5298 or stop by Bldg S-257 for more information.
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Middle School 8th graders Will ONLY be allow to bag at the end of their 8th grade school year.
*** 14 JANUARY / 11 FEBRUARY / 11 MARCH ***
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Child, Youth & School Services
SWIMMING CLASS Beginners: Mondays & Wednesdays, 1600 Advance: Tuesdays & Fridays, 1600 Evening class: $80 per month
PIANO CLASS Mondays-Friday, 1700. $130 per month
DRUMS Wednesdays, 1730. $50 per month
Seeking instructors in the following skill areas: Hello Music Together, Martial Arts Instructor, Tennis Instructor, Hip Hop Instructor. FMWR Outlook 57
CYS Services, Camp Walker (Youth Center)
MONEY MATTERS Workshop 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) Planning for College: 22 January, 1600 Budget Within Your Means: 5 February, 1600 Credit & Debt: 19 February, 1600 Savings & Investing: 5 March, 1600
Entrepreneurship: 19 Mach, 1600
Have comments, questions, and/or concerns please call the HIRED! Coordinator at 764-5721, 764-4112 or email to email@example.com 58 FMWR Outlook
A career path is knocking at your door and it's time for you to see what's available. Fun, interactive, career and college prep workshops will also be offered throughout the apprenticeship. So, step up your game and make yourself more marketable! As a youth apprentice, students will walk away with new knowledge and enhanced skills in writing and customer service. Students can feel confident at the end of the program, ready to shine and impress future employers. The apprenticeship will definitely help students prepare for job and college applications, and life in general! HIRED! Terms The HIRED! Apprenticeship term consists of four, 12-week terms repeated annually. Participants 15 to 18 years of age are able to participate in a maximum of two terms per year for three consecutive years. Within each 12-week term, apprentices are expected to work 15 hours in a 7-day period while concurrently participating in HIRED! Workforce-Preparation and Secondary Education Exploration Workshops. Call, 764-5721/4112 or firstname.lastname@example.org or see your counselor. Applications due to the HIRED! Coordinator by 20 December 2013. Stop the Youth Center to pick your application. Session starts January thru March 2014 HIRED! Orientation starts 6-10 January 2014 at 1600 at Cp Walker Youth Center. Receive a stipend check from Kansas State University ranging from $500 to $750. Have comments, questions, and/or concerns please call the HIRED! Coordinator at 764-5721/4112 or email to email@example.com.
CYS Services, Camp Walker (Youth Center)
MONEY MATTERS Workshop FMWR Outlook 59
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Sharing opinions and ideas on ICE is one more way to say “I Care about my community.” We’re Listening.
Say it on
We’re Listening FMWR Outlook 61
USAG Daegu Fitness Calendar CLASS DESCRIPTIONS AQUA PUMP/CORE A fun centered exercise that is designed for a challenging cardio and toning workout with minimal impact. Non swimmers are welcome. CYCLING - high intensity indoor cycling class that incorporates a 15 minute core conditioning phase at the end of the journey. Guaranteed to make you sweat. MEF (Mission Essential Fitness) a functional, mission-oriented workout that is sure to shock and sculpt your body to enhance your daily activities, and designed to build power and agility. MAT PILATES enhances your postural alignment, balance, strength, flexibility and coordination. A challenging core workout that is sure to compliment your cardio sessions. POWER YOGA isometric strength training that will burn calories and sculpt lean muscle mass combined with flexibility training to enhance connective tissue and muscle power. ZUMBA is the only Latin-inspired dance fitness program that blends red-hot international music, and easy to follow dance steps to form a fitness party that is downright addictive..
Camp Walker: 764-4800 Camp Carroll: 765-8118
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FITNESS CLASSES MONDAY-FRIDAY Camp Walker (CW): 764-4800 Camp Carroll (CC): 765-8118
Betsy Lizotte (BL) Nicole Eskridge (NE) Mardy Menzimer (MM) Dex Wise (DW) Sharayah Smith (SS) Andrew Jones (AJ) April Park (AP)
CRD Fees & Services Group Fitness $3 Per Class/10 Classes for $28 20 Classes for $50 Yoga Classes are $5 p/class
MONDAYS CW 0530 MEF - DW CC 0545 Cycling - AJ CW 0900 Yoga - SP *CW 1630 Power Yoga - BL CC 1830 Zumba - SS CW 1800 Cycling - NE CW 1900 Palates - NE CC 1900 MEF - DW TUESDAYS CW 0845 MEF - DW CW 1800 Zumba - AP CC 1800 Cycling - AJ CC 1900 MEF - DW
WEDNESDAYS CW 0530 MEF - DW CC 0545 Cycling - AJ CW 0900 Cycling - NE CW 0900 Yoga - SP *CW 1630 Core Yoga - BL CC 1830 Zumba - SS Dexter Wise
THURSDAYS CW 0845 MEF - DW CW 1800 Zumba - AP CC 1800 Cycling - AJ CC 1900 MEF - DW FRIDAYS CW 0530 MEF - DW Mardy Menzimer CW 0845 MEF - DW *CW 1630 Stress Relief Yoga - BL
Contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org AREAFOUR FIT or AREAFOUR ZUMBA in Facebook
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1 JANUARY Start at 1400 / Sign up at 1315 Camp Walker Kelly Fitness Center
Camp Walker Kelly Fitness Center
764-4800/4225 Mon-Wed & Fri, 0500-2100 Thu, 0600-2100 Sat, Sun & Holidays, 1000-1800
DAEGU UNIT LEVEL BASKETBALL LEAGUE EVERY TUE & THU, 1800-2100 Camp Walker Kelly Fitness Center POST LEVEL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT (Away game) JAMBOREE: 4-5 JANUARY Camp Casey
MLK HOLIDAY TOURNAMENT 18-20 JANUARY Camp Humphreys 64 FMWR Outlook
Indoor Pool, Camp Walker, 764-3873 Mon-Wed & Fri: 0600-1900 / Thu: Closed / Sat, Sun & US Holidays: 1000-1800
Indoor Pool, Camp Carroll, 765-7708 Mon-Wed & Fri: 0600-1900 / Thu: Closed / Sat, Sun & US Holidays: 1000-1800
Recreational Swim Fees & Hours RECREATIONAL SWIM FEE Active duty: Free / Civilians & Families: $2 per person Monthly Pass: $30 per person INDOOR POOL Monday – Wednesday & Fridays, 0600-0700 Mission Hours: Free Swim Monday – Wednesday & Fridays after 1700 & weekends are recreational swim hours
THURSDAYS CLOSED FMWR Outlook 65
Camp Carroll Fitness Center
Mon-Wed & Fri, 0500-2100 Thu, 0600-2100 Sat, Sun & US Holidays, 1000-1800
â€œTo promote good health and living among our USAG Daegu Communityâ€?
New Years Health Resolutions Fitness Party (Zumba/CrossFit/Cycling)
11 JAN. 1000-1200 Camp Carroll Fitness Center 765-8118/765-8287
Martin L. King Jr. Open Racquetball Tournament
20 JAN. 1000 Camp Carroll Fitness Center
Sign up now! 765-8287
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Open to all ID card holders 18 & above Tournament format will depend on final number of registered participants. Sign up deadline is 19 Dec. by COB Contact: Modesto Algarin / Mr. Kim Email: email@example.com 768-8287/8118
Camp Carroll Sports & Fitness Center INTRAMURAL BASKETBALL LEAGUE EVERY WED, TUE & THU, 1800 Camp Carroll Fitness Center
USAG DAEGU 2014 ALL STARS BASKETBALL GAME 16 JANUARY, 1830 Camp Carroll Fitness Center
Pregame Events: Dribbling competition, three-point shootout and a slam dunk competition will begin at 1830. All Star game will follow immediately after. Participants must be current, active USAG Daegu basketball league members at Camp Carroll and/or Camp Walker (coaches selection). FMWR Outlook 67
Cervical Cancer Awareness Month 3 Minutes Burpees Challenge Let’s get moving for health! 9 JANUARY / 1800 Camp Carroll Sports and Fitness Center -All ID card holders 18 & above men’s & women’s -To observe Cervical Awareness Month
-Cervical Health Awareness Month is a chance to raise awareness about how women can protect themselves from HPV (Human Papillomavirus) and cervical cancer 68 FMWR Outlook
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
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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
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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)
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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.
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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
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The Ultimate Information Tool for Tracking What’s Happening http://www.calendarwiz.com/calendars/cal endar.php?crd=fmwrdaegu& in FMWR 30, 60, 90, 120 Days Out and More!
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). •Find out what community events are planned up to 120 days out and beyond. •Get information about the schools (DHS and DAS) from our School Liaison Office through the SLO category. •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 and activities.
•Make suggestions! We want to hear from you. How does this tool work for you? How can we arrange it to make it more useful? User friendly? Call 768-7563, email firstname.lastname@example.org or send us a Facebook message. 76 FMWR Outlook
24 Hour On Call Numbers: Area IV SARC: SFC Vickers 010-2543-7072 DSN: 768-9193 SHARP Hotline: DSN: 158 Commercial: 0503-364-5700
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BOSS (Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers)
Overnight Ski Trip to *Lift Ticket Price $80 p/person: 8 hours. (full day) $50 p/person: Â˝ day (4 hours)
17-20 January *Price per person $250 per person (Room & Transportation)
Sign up at Camp Walker CAC (764-4123) Camp Carroll CAC (765-8325)
Are IV BOSS Program Manager Sgt Jackson, 764-4426 010-2503-2009 Ashley.email@example.com FMWR Outlook 79
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