U.S. Army Garrison Daegu
Easter Eggstravaganza! Pancake Breakfast, Egg Hunts and Crafts for All Ages! Inside Back Cover
Catch The Bug FMWR Community Centers travel the peninsula in search of good times, good food and great picts!
U.S. ARMY GARRISON DAEGU Kathleen A. Gavle 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
The FMWR Outlook is a monthly publication of USAG Daegu Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation. If you have any questions or suggestions regarding the information in this publication, please call the FMWR Marketing Branch at 768-7563, email to email@example.com or visit us at building S-1211 (room #221) on Camp Henry. Your comments and suggestions are always welcome. The appearance of commercial sponsors or advertisers in this publication does not constitute an endorsement from USAG Daegu or the DoD.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INSIDE THIS EDITION
Date of Issue MARCH 2013 Published by USAG Daegu FMWR Marketing
Directory of FMWR Facilities/Additional Activities
Camp Henry ACS
Camp Carroll ACS
Laurel Baek Marketing Director DSN 768-7563 (off post 053-470-7563) Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Evergreen Golf Course
Evergreen Community Club
Hilltop Community Club
Pae, Yun Su Marketing Illustrator DSN 768-7661 Email email@example.com
Hideaway Community Club
Pak, Won Kyu Marketing Illustrator DSN 768-7472 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Camp Walker Arts & Crafts Center
Camp Walker Community Center
Ko, Seung Ji (Kate) Marketing Intern DSN 768-7126 Email email@example.com
Camp Carroll Community Center
Camp Walker Bowling Center
Camp Carroll Bowling Center
Child, Youth & School Services
Camp Henry Auto Skills
Camp Walker Fitness Center
Camp Carroll Fitness Center
Daegu American Red Cross
AAFES Movie Schedule
Warrior Adventure Quest
The FMWR Outlook magazine is printed monthly and distributed free to thousands of Service Members and civilians throughout the Area IV communities. Find out how to advertise your business or special event, call 768-7563 (053-470-7563) for advertising rates and publication deadlines.
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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 GARRISON ISO Camp Henry, Building T-1211, Room 202 DSN: 768-7001 / 768-8850 Mon-Fri: 0800-1700 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT DIVISION (FMD) Camp Henry, Building T-1211, Room 204 DSN: 768-8123 / Mon-Fri: 0800-1700 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: Closed SERVICES DIVISION 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-Fri: 0500-2200 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: 0800-2100 Indoor Pool, Camp Walker DSN: 764-3873 Mon-Wed & Fri: 0530-2000 Thu: 0500-0800 & 1700-2000 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: 1000-1800
Fit-To-Win Center, Camp Henry. DSN: 768-6604 Mon-Fri: 0500-2000 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: 1000-1800 Community Activity Center, Camp Walker DSN: 764-4123 / Mon-Sun: 1200-2100 4 FMWR Outlook
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: 1200-2100 / Mon & Tue: Closed Auto Crafts, Camp Henry DSN: 768-8164 Wed-Fri: 1000-1900 / Sat, Sun: 0900-1800 Mon-Tue: 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 Tue-Sat & US Holidays: 0600-2100 Sun: 0600-1400 / Mon: Closed (except US Holidays) -Evergreen Club Halfway House Mon-Sun & US Holidays: 0830-1630 -Brass Apple Lounge Tue-Fri: 1700-2100 / Sun: 1000-1400 -Gazebo: Seasonal Hours Henry’s Place, Camp Henry DSN: 768-7300 Lunch: Mon-Fri, 1100-1330 Dinner: Wed-Fri, 1700-2100 Bar Open: Wed-Fri, 1630-2300 Sat, Sun & U.S. & KN Holidays: Closed Hilltop Club, Camp Walker DSN: 764-4985 Mon-Thu & US Holidays: 1600-2300 Fri: 1600-0100 / Sat: 1200-0100 / Sun: 1200-2300 Evergreen Golf Course, Camp Walker DSN: 764-4601 Mon-Sun: 0700-1700 Evergreen Pro Shop, Camp Walker / DSN: 764-4628 Mon-Sun & US Holidays: 0700-1700 Bowling Center, Camp Walker / DSN: 764-4334 Tue, Wed, Thu & Sun: 1130-2230 Fri & Sat: 1130-2330 US Holidays or KN Holidays open at 1630 Snack Bar Closed Tue-Fri: 1330-1700 Mon: 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
Community Activity Center, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-7484 Open 7 Days a Week: 1100-2200
Hideaway Club, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-8574 Tue-Thu: 1630-2300 / Fri & Sat: 1630-0300 Sun & Mon: Closed US Holidays: 1700-2300 Bowling Center, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-4470 Sun-Thu: 1100-2200 Fri & Sat: 1100-2300 Snack Bar Closed Mon-Fri: 1330-1700 Dining Room Mon-Fri: 1100-1330 (Lunch) Wed-Sat: 1630-2100 (Dinner) Library, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-8407 Thu-Tue: 1100-2000 / Wed: Closed Fitness Center, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-8287 Mon-Fri: 0500-2200 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: 0800-2130 Indoor Pool, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-7708 Mon-Fri: 0530-1930 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: 1100-1930 Army Lodging, Camp Carroll DSN: 765-7722 / Mon-Sun & US Holidays Open 24 hrs. 7 Days a Week
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ACS, Camp Henry (Bldg. T-1103) / 768-7112 Family Member Master Resiliency Training (Module 3 & 4) Building strength of character. 1, 8, 15 & 29 March, 0830-1130, ACS Classroom Stress Management for Caregivers This class is for CDC and CYSS employees and volunteers. 5 March, 1830-1915, CDC, Camp Walker Mandatory Commander/SNCO Family Advocacy Program Briefing. Meets initial and annual refresher requirements. 5 & 19 March, 1400-1500, ACS Classroom Dealing with your Attention Deficient Hyper-Activity Disorder (ADHD) Child The group meets to discuss situations they encounter with their Children and offers them an opportunity to share coping strategies. This is a time for parents to get together and share their experiences, hoping to pick up new ideas or suggested ways to better serve their special needs child. 7 March, 1000-1130, ACS Conference room Early Pregnancy : Class for expecting mothers and fathers - teaches what to expect about the early stages of pregnancy. 7 March, 1330-1530, 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. 11 March, 1400-1500, ACS Classroom Organization Point of Contact (OPOC) Training Become an OPOC for the volunteers within your organization. Learn how to manage volunteers in Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS) 12 & 26 March, 0930-1130, ACS Classroom Baby Basics Class For parents of newborns; information covers how to feed, bathe, diaper and more. 13 March, 1300-1600, ACS Classroom 6 FMWR Outlook 6
ACS, Camp Henry Volunteer Management Information System (VMIS) Training Learn how to become a volunteer and how to use VMIS to track your hours. 14 & 28 March, 0930-1130 ACS Classroom When to Worry Discussion between parents and pediatrician …an opportunity to share your concerns, and get questions answered. 14 March, 1630-1730, Wood Clinic Waiting Area, Camp Walker DSI (Domestic Situation Inventory) The DSI is designed to help, and explore your relationship with your partner, your current home situation, and your feelings about them. It can help you identify signs of unhealthy relationships and, if these signs exist, options that can be considered. The DSI consists of 155 statements that are applicable to everyone's relationship situation. By scoring and counting the numbers of statements, you will be able to understand your responses and you will find recommendations/steps to take, to alter, or to improve your situation. 19 March, 1300-1400 ACS Classroom Anger & Stress Management Class Teaches participants to identify when they are angry, develop management strategies for dealing with their anger/stress, and express their feelings more appropriately. Gives techniques on how to turn a negative into a positive and make it easier to cope with stress. 20 March, 0930-1100, ACS Conference Room USAG Daegu Employer Assistance Panel The USAG Daegu Army Community Service (ACS), in partnership with the Army Career Alumni Program (ACAP), proudly presents the USAG Daegu Employer Assistance Panel for military spouses and transitioning military members to become educated on what employers are looking for in potential candidates for hiring in the private/federal sector. Attendees who plan to attend the event will be given an opportunity for a Qand-A session after the employer delegates speak on behalf of their companies. Each delegate will be allotted time to speak, and there will be a break-out session for jobseekers to interact with the employers. Attendees are highly encouraged to bring questions, along with their résumés and cover letters. 22 March, 1000-1200 ACS Classroom
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ACS, Camp Henry / (Bldg. T-1103) Advanced Korean Language Class Helps develop Korean speaking skills with an entire class devoted to only speaking Korean, focusing mainly on sentence structures. This class is for those who have advanced from the basic and intermediate classes. Every Monday, 1200-1300, ACS Conference Room Theater Reception: Newcomers and Spouse Orientation Every Tuesday, 0830-1500, Movie Theater, Camp Henry Beginner Korean Language Class 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. Every Tuesday and Friday, Beginning 12 March, 1200-1300, ACS Classroom
Intermediate Korean language Class 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. Every Thursday, 1200-1300, ACS Conference Room English as a Second Language (ESL) Class ESL classes are aimed at helping foreign born service members & spouses develop their English language skills with the help of sentence structures and conversation. Every Thursday 1530-1630, ACS Classroom Dakjongi/ Hanji Paper Craft Class Craft classes are held at Camp Henryâ€™s ACS building for those who are unable to make the journey to Camp Carroll ACS for their craft classes. Thursdays, 1330-1500, ACS Conference Room Free Credit Score & Analysis Check your free FICOÂŽ 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 768-7112 for an appointment 8 FMWR Outlook
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ACS, Camp Henry / (Bldg. T-1103) / 768-7112 Newcomers Subway Tour 23 March, 0915-1530, Walker Lodge, Camp Walker Army Family Team Building (AFTB) Level II Army Family Team Building modules applied toward resume and career building, selfdevelopment and leadership skills. AFTB provides the knowledge and self-confidence to take responsibility for yourself and your Family. Helps you grow personally through selfdevelopment modules. Learn how to improve your communication skills, personal relationships, and stress management skills. Discover how teams form and grow, how to solve problems and how to resolve personal conflict. Acquire knowledge on Army traditions, customs, courtesies and protocol. The training is available to Soldiers, Family members, Department of Defense civilians, and volunteers. 26 & 28 March, 0900-1600 ACS Classroom Résumé Writing Basic Workshop Learn about the different types of résumés, and how to write an effective basic résumé. Attendees are encouraged to bring their résumés if one is available. 27 March, 1500-1630, ACS Classroom Late Pregnancy For expecting mothers and fathers - teaches what to expect at this stage of pregnancy. 28 March, 1330-1530, ACS Classroom Breast Feeding Mini Workshop Everything you want to know about breastfeeding; answers to your questions and more. 28 March, 1630-1730, ACS Classroom 10 Steps to a Federal Job Workshop Are you interested in learning about federal employment? Here's your opportunity to learn everything from writing an effective federal résumé to navigating through the digital platform, USAjobs.gov. The Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC) will also be present to answer any questions related to federal employment. Attendees are highly encouraged to bring along their résumés. 29 March, 1500 – 1700, ACS Classroom
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ACS USAG Daegu
22 March / 1000-1300 ACS, Camp Henry The USAG Daegu Army Community Service (ACS), in partnership with the Army Career Alumni Program (ACAP), proudly presents... USAG Daegu Employer Assistance Panel for military spouses and transitioning military members to become educated on what employers are looking for in potential candidates for hiring in the private/federal sector. The Employer Panel Support Group is designed to provide jobseekers employment-related information, along with type of jobs that are available. The primary purpose of the panel is to collectively provide job-seekers with a diverse set of expectations to consider as they prepare and look for an employment opportunity, whether it be in the private or federal sector. Those who plan to attend the event will be given an opportunity for a Qand-A session after the employer delegates speak on behalf of their companies. Each delegate will be allotted time to speak, and there will be a break-out session for job seekers to interact with the employers. Attendees are highly encouraged to bring questions; along with their rĂŠsumĂŠs and cover letters. 10 FMWR Outlook
ACS, Camp Carroll Playgroup For parents and children (ages 0-4), with a focus on stress management for moms. 5, 12 & 19 March, 1000-1200, ACS FCC Room Anger & Stress Management Class Teaches students to identify when they are angry, develop management strategies for dealing with their anger/stress, and express their feelings more appropriately. Gives techniques on how to turn a negative into a positive and make it easier to cope with stress. 6 March, 0930-1100, ACS Conference Room Dealing with your ADHD Child Group meets to discuss situations they encounter with their children and offers strategies to assist each other. This is a time for parents to get together and share their experiences hoping to pick up new ideas or suggested ways of better serving their special needs child. 21 March, 1000-1130, ACS Conference room Spouse Group Meeting & Birthday Celebration 22 March, 1330-1530 in the ACS Lounge DSI (Domestic Situation Inventory) The DSI is designed to help and explore relationships with your partner, your current home situation, and your feelings about them. It can help you identify signs of unhealthy relationships and, if these sign exist, options can be considered. The DSI consists of 155 statements that are applicable to everyone's relationship situation. By scoring and counting the numbers of statements, you will be able to understand your responses and you will find recommendations/steps to take to alter or improve your situation. 26 March, 1300-1400, ACS Dayroom
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ACS, Camp Carroll (Bldg. S-998 / 765-7900) 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, ACS Conference Room Dakjongi Doll Class Dakjongi Doll classes, a beautiful Korean art, consists of students making the frame of their dolls and wrapping them with Korean hanji paper until the shape and design of their dolls are complete. The class is designed for students 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 Monday, 1000-1130, ACS Training Room Korean Language Class (Advanced) Helps develop Korean speaking skills with an entire class devoted to only speaking Korean and focusing mainly on sentence structures. 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, ACS Conference 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. Through learning pronunciation, sentence structures, and conversation, students are helped to develop better English speaking abilities and to better communicate with American personnel. Classes are held twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays. Tuesday, 1000-1130am and Friday, 1330-1500, ACS Training Room Computer Class Computer classes are designed to help students master the Microsoft Office programs 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, 1330-1500, ACS AKO Room
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ACS, Camp Carroll Quilting Class Quilting classes help both beginners and experienced quilters learn how to quilt or improve on their skills. Students learn the different techniques used in quilting and work on a small project. Every Wednesday, 1000-1130, 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, ACS Conference Room English Conversation Class Every Wednesday, 1330-1500, ACS Training Room Newcomers & Spouses Orientation Every Thursday, 0830-1500, Camp Carroll Theater 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, 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 then the recipe on how to prepare that particular dish is shared with everyone. Every Friday, 1130-1300, ACS Kitchen Oriental Art Class Classes consist of students who have advanced from calligraphy class and will now learn to paint traditional black and white oriental art using black stone ink and oriental art brushes. Every Friday, 1330-1500, ACS Conference Room
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GOLF COURSE, CP WALKER
764-4601 Pro Shop, 764-4628 Free Golf Lessons 23 March / 1000-1200
Pro Shop 18-Holes Driving Range
Hours of Operation 7 DAYS A WEEK 0700-1700 FMWR Outlook 15
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Evergreen Catering The Evergreen Community Club provides fullservice custom catering for a wide variety of organizational, individual and military-related events. Dedicated to excellence in food quality, preparation and presentation, we cater functions both small and large. Whether you are planning a buffet, seated dinner, cocktail party, or other special event, our team can offer you innovative cuisine thatâ€™s tailored to your palate, ideal for the season and perfect for the chosen theme of your event. Our wait service sets the standard for professionalism and excellence and our beverage expertise can provide wines and beverages to suit your menu, your taste and your budget. For a truly memorable catered experience, call us today at 764-4060 and have our Catering Specialist work with you to manage the details of your next event. Evergreen Community Club, Camp Walker
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EVERGREEN COMMUNITY CLUB
31 March, 1000-1400 Main Dishes Sirloin Steak w/Mushroom Demi Glace Roasted Chicken w/Apricot Sauce Baked Swai Fish, Sicilian Style Spaghetti w/Bolognese Sauce Grilled Chicken w/Honey Mustard Smoked BBQ Ribs, L.A. Beef Kalbi Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Rivera Blend Mixed Vegetables NY Strip Loin Steak Peel and Eat Shrimp
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Breakfast Station Bacon, Sausage, Creamed Beef, Biscuits & Gravy, French Toast, Pancakes, Omelet Station, Belgian Waffles, Eggs Benedict. Stations: Carved Prime Rib, Bone-In Ham, Roast Beef, Turkey, Omelets, Pasta, Bread and Pizza Stations … plus Soup & Salad Bar, Assorted Desserts, Floretine Amande, Apple Strudel, Pecan Log, Soufflé Cheese Cake and more!
Breakfast Tuesdays – Saturdays 0600-1100 Sundays 0600-1200
Tue-Sat: 0600-2100 Sun: 0600-1400 Halfway House: (Mon-Sun 0830-1630) US Holidays on Monday: 0800-1400 Mon: Closed
764-4060 EVERGREEN CLUB, CAMP WALKER Mondays: Closed SUNDAY BRUNCH, 1000-1400 $15.95 (Adults) / $7.95 (Ages 6-12) / Ages 5 & under eat free. Every Sunday Brunch will include all-you-can-eat N.Y. Strip Loin Steak. All steaks are cooked medium or you can grill your own 8oz steak to desired preference.
TUESDAY-FRIDAY 1130-1330 LUNCH SPECIAL (A or B) Special A ($8.95) or Special B ($7.95) Add beverage and soup & salad bar for $5.95 (soup & salad bar without the special is $7.95)
EVERY SATURDAY, 1100-2100 B-B-Q CHICKEN OR RIBS: $6.95 Side dishes are available separately: Corn-on-the-cob, potato salad, coleslaw, and baked beans. Add a beverage and soup & salad bar for $5.95 (soup & salad bar without the special is $7.95)
Too busy with the Key Resolve ‘13 Training Exercise to come in and eat? Call your order in to the Evergreen WAITRESS HOTLINE at DSN 764-5376 and your order will be waiting for you to either dine in when you arrive or take out! Hours of service are from 0600 to 2100 during the exercise. If you have any catering requirements, please contact Ms. Kim at 764-4060, so she can help make your event truly special!
The ECC will be open on Friday, 1 March (KN Independence Day) from 0800-1330 & 1700-2000. ECC closes every Monday except for U.S. Holidays. FMWR Outlook 19
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Evergreen Dinner Specials Every Tuesday & Friday, 1700-2100 2-For-1 Ribeye Steak Dinner: $21.95 Individual Steaks Available Porterhouse ($19.95) / N.Y. ($18.95) / 1Â˝ lb Monster T-BoneSteak ($21.95) Add beverage an soup & salad bar for $5.95 (soup & salad bar without the special is $7.95). Beverage not included. Every Wednesday, 1700-2100 Evergreen Pizza Buffet Night Adults ($12.95) Ages 6-12 ($6.95) Ages 5 & under eat free Salad, Spaghetti Pasta, Fettuccine Pasta, Spaghetti Sauce, Alfredo Sauce, Combination Pizza, Hawaiian Pizza, Pepperoni Pizza, Chicken Alfredo Pizza, Pizza, Cheese Pizza, Dessert Pizza - Apple, Blueberry, and Cherry, plus Bread Sticks and Marinara Sauce. Beverage is included and 1 entree is available: BBQ Pork, Fried Chicken, Chicken Wings, or BBQ Chicken. Let us know what type of pizza you would like and we can make it for pizza buffet night.
Every Thursday, 1700-2100 N.Y. Strip Loin Steak (8oz) $8.95 or $21.95 All the 8oz steak you can eat. Baked potato, corn-on-the cob, dinner roll: $8.95 Add beverage and soup & salad bar for $5.95. Soup & salad bar without the special is $7.95 Every Friday, 1700-2000 Lobster Tail & Beef Tenderloin: $30.95. Add soup & salad bar for $5.95.
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CAMP WALKER HILLTOP CLUB 764-4985
PI HOUSE BAND: WEDNESDAYS & SATURDAYS AT 1900 R&B MUSIC: 1ST, 3RD & FRIDAYS, 2000-UNTIL LATINO MUSIC: 2ND FRIDAYS, 2000-UNTIL C&W MUSIC: SATURDAYS, 2400-UNTIL
PI House Band
“NIGHT TUNES” WED, 1900, Hilltop Club THU, 1700, Henry’s Place FRI, 1800, Hideaway Club SAT, 1900, Hilltop Club
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CAMP WALKER HILLTOP CLUB / 764-4985
Club Closed: 5 March for maintenance
1700-2100 Monster T-Bone Steak (1½ pound): $21.95
1730 – Free Snacks (while-they-last)
1700-2100 All-You-Can-Eat Pizza & Pasta Buffet: $10.95
1700-2100 Chicken & Shrimp Stir Fry w/Steamed Rice, Beverage: $8.95 Teriyaki Spareribs, BBQ Chicken, Corn-on-the-cob, Coleslaw and a Beverage
1230-2130: Large Pizza: $9.95 Supreme, Vegetable, Pepperoni or Hawaiian
2 March, 1700-midnight “Ladies Night” Strawberry Daiquiris & Margaritas for $2 21 March, 1630-2030
St. Patrick’s Dinner Special Beef Stew w/Steamed Rice: $6.95 26 March, 1830-2100
Pub Trivia Night For more information, call 764-4985
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HENRY’S PLACE 768-7300
LUNCH SPECIAL “Buffet Special A or B” Every Monday-Friday, 1100-1330 Special A: $8.95 Special B: $7.95 Add soup and salad bar for $5.95 Soup and salad bar without the special is $7.95
UFL Victory Party Right Arm Night! March 29 1700-2000 at Henry’s Place! 24 FMWR Outlook
HENRY’S PLACE / 768-7300
Henry’s Place DINNER SPECIALS Every Wednesday, 1700-2000 Mongolian BBQ w/three choices 6oz Beef, Pork, or Chicken. $9.95 Every Wednesday-Friday, 1700-2000 N.Y. Strip Loin Steak (8oz): $8.95 Potato Salad, Vegetable, Baked Beans, Roll, Ice Tea and Lemonade. Every Thursday, 1700-2000 Chuckwagon Buffet $10.95 Side of Beef, Fried Chicken, Texas Baked Beans, Texas Fried Potatoes, Range Style biscuits, Mixed Green Salad, Rice, Apple Cobbler for Dessert.
FREE SNACKS Every Wed & Fri 1730-1830
Every Friday, 1700-2000 Beef Wellington for Two $32.50 Beef Wellington, Baked Potatoes, Hot Vegetable, and Roll. Please call to reserve your Wellington a day in advance.
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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 tournament play for 1st $500 / 2nd $300 / 3rd $200.
TEXAS HOLD â€˜EM TOURNAMENT Sign in at 1730 / Game begins at 1800 Tournament with complimentary meal! Min 10 players required. FMWR Outlook 27
HIDEAWAY CLUB, CAMP CARROLL / 765-8574
SUDS AND BUDS DRAFT $1
Reduced Drink Prices
Variety Music Every FRIDAY Night at Hideaway Club NIGHT TUNES (PI BAND) plays 1800-2200 House DJ spins from 2200-0300 / Free Snacks at 1900
Sign in at 1800 Game begins at 1830 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. 28 FMWR Outlook
HIDEAWAY CLUB, CAMP CARROLL / 765-8574
Karaoke & Ladies Night
EVERY WED, 1700-2200: KARAOKE & LADIES NIGHT Strawberry Daiquiris & Margaritas for $2 EVERY SAT, 1700-2100: LADIES NIGHT Strawberry Daiquiris & Margaritas for $2 2200: Variety & Old Skool Music with our House DJ
2 March, 2100-0300 at the Hideaway Club Island Music DJ playing the latest Caribbean hits, plus games and Caribbean snacks! FUN! FUN! FUN!
Irish Trivia Fun prize: $50 p/team 2nd prize: $25 p/team 1st
16 March 1900-until Hideaway Club
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15 March / 10 a.m. Cp Walker Library Songs, rhymes, and stories for our littlest patrons. Ages 0-24 months.
CHILDREN’S STORY HOUR
Every Thursday Cp Walker: 10:30 a.m. Cp Carroll: Call for times. 765-8407
Libraries RESOURCES & SERVICES New and Popular Books Magazines/newspapers DVD, CD, and audiobooks Video Games: Wii, PS3, Xbox 360 Libros en Español Free internet access, including WiFi Online databases Ebooks and e-audiobooks Photocopier International fax service Portable DVD players for in-house use Digital data sender Children’s area 30 FMWR Outlook
Library, Cp Walker, 764-4318 Library, Cp Carroll, 765-8407
Cp Walker Library now has Sony e-readers with a selection of e-books available for loan. If you have your own device, you can borrow ebooks from our website, http://mylibraryus.fmwr.net (AKO account required)
READ ACROSS AMERICA! 7 March, 1030 Cp Walker Library Join us for a special Dr. Seuss storytime with activities and giveaways.
DAEGU BOOK CLUB 28 March, 1900 Cp Walker Library This Month’s book is Quiet: the Power of Introverts in a World that Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain. FMWR Outlook 31
Matting & Framing Class Instruction will be provided by the Arts & Crafts Center staff by request and during normal operating hours. Pre-registration is required!
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CAMP WALKER COMMUNITY ACTIVITY CENTER
Sign up now! 764-4123
16 March, 1400 USAG Daegu (Area IV) Preliminary Chess Tournament This activity is opened to all DoD personnel, 18 years and older, stationed on Army installations in Korea who are authorized to use MWR facilities. Waivers for younger players will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Top 3 players (Army Active Duty & Adult Civilian). Top 3 payers will be eligible for advancement to the Army In Korea (AIK) Chess Championship on 19-20 April.
23 March, 1400: Recreational Table Tennis Tournament 30 March, 1400: Recreational 8-Ball Tournament *Tournaments will award trophies to the 1st, 2nd & 3rd place winners. If there are 6 players, only 1st & 2nd place winners will receive trophies.
Every Friday, 1500-1600 FREE Watercolor Classes Enjoy general fine art painting instruction in traditional and original art-portrait, still life, and landscape. The instructional goal is the understanding of the basic principles of fine art and development of artistic technique. Learn artistic culture and improve your skills! Instructor: Mr. Ha (010-8258-4377) FMWR Outlook 33
Cp Walker Community Activity Center Tour
Hiking Trip to Mt. Palgong
(Gatbawi & Donghwa Temple in Daegu Ctiy)
2 March / Cp Walker CAC Sign up Now! 764-4123 Gatbawi: Gatbawi is a large stone Buddha on the top of Gwanbong Peak, 850 high above sea level. This is a representative work of art of the Unified Silla Dynasty and a pilgrimage site for many Koreans. It is said one wish will be granted here. Donghwa Temple: Donghwa Temple was founded around 1,500 years ago and named Yugasa Temple. The enormous statue of the Pharmaceutical Buddha rises in a dignified manner above the temple. Tour fee: $15 (adult) / $10 (children under 12), includes transportation and admission fees. Bring a sack lunch or Korean money for your meal. Bus: Departs from the Cp Walker Commissary at 0800 and the Cp Carroll CAC at 0900 No pets are allowed.
34 FMWR Outlook
Cp Walker Community Activity Center Tour
Yigidae Park Tour Busan City Sea Cliff Sidewalk
9 March / Cp Walker CAC Sign up Now! 764-4123 Yigidae Park located in Busan Nam-gu, Busan has an esplanade (walk-way) along coastal cliffs. Yigidae in Korean means a â€œpath for people to view the sea and the sky, listening to waves and walking along seaside cliffsâ€?. Tour fee: $15 (adult) / $10 (children under 12), includes transportation. Bring your sack lunch or Korean money for your meal. Bus: Depart Cp Carroll CAC at 0700 and the Cp Walker Commissary at 0800 No pets are allowed.
FMWR Outlook 35
Overnight Ski Trip to
Welli Hilli Park Resort 9-10 March (1 night 2 days) Cp Walker Community Center TOUR FEE: $240: Family Package A (13 pyong, 2 persons) $420: Family Package B (17 pyong, 4 persons) Additional Person in the Room: $90 p/person Only Sightseeing Trip: $80 p/person FEE INCLUDES: 2 days rental equipments One night lodging in the resort Round trip transportation Lift tickets (March 9, Sat at 1430-2300) Sign up deadline: 3 March Full payment is due at the time of registration BUS: Depart Camp Walker Commissary at 0800 and Camp Carroll CAC at 0900 For more information, call 764-4123 36 FMWR Outlook
at the Community Centers and Fitness Centers
What is RecTrac? Not to be confused with the accountability swipe-in, RecTrac is FMWRâ€™s automated customer usage system. This management information system helps us provide better recreation service to our customers by monitoring program and facility usage. More importantly, evaluating RecTrac data will eventually aid in determining future funding to support FMWR programs.
Do I have to register? How long does it take? Anyone using services at the fitness or community centers must be registered in the system. The process is quick and easy and you can register yourself or, if accompanied, your whole Family in a single visit! FMWR Outlook 37
Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS) All single and unaccompanied Soldiers are welcome!
Cp Henry/Walker BOSS Meeting Wednesdays, 1500 Cp Walker Community Activity Center
Cp Carroll BOSS Meeting Wednesdays, 1500 Cp Carroll Community Activity Center SPC Meighan, Media BOSS (Walker/Henry) Vice President 764-5543 / 010-2767-3719
SGT Oliver BOSS (Carroll) Vice President 010-5134-0811
38 FMWR Outlook
17 March, 1400 Army In Korea (AIK) 8-Ball Preliminary Qualification Tournament 23-24 March March Madness on Big Screen 24 March, 1400 Dart Competition 30 March, 1900 Fashion Show Sign-up at Cp Carroll or Walker CAC Win monetary prizes Rehearsal: March 29 at 1800 31 March, 1400 Spades Card Tournament. Win prizes!
Sign up today! FREE Popcorn Every Day
FMWR Outlook 39
Cp Carroll Community Activity Center Tour
Manbul Temple & Yangdong Folk Village Tour (Yangchon City)
16 March Sign up now at the Cp Walker or Carroll CAC! 765-8325
Transportation fee: $15 (adult) / $10 (kids 11 & under)
40 FMWR Outlook
Bus: Depart Cp Carroll CAC at 0800 and Cp Walker Commissary at 0900
Cp Carroll Community Activity Center Tour
Pohang Homigot (Cape) Tour (Pohang City) 23 March, Cp Carroll CAC Sign up now! 765-8325 Transportation fee: $15 (adult) / $10 (kids 11 & under) Bus: Depart Cp Carroll CAC at 0800 and Cp Walker Commissary at 0900
FMWR Outlook 41
CAMP WALKER BOWLING CENTER 764-4334 US Holidays / All day
Red Head Pin Bowling Bowl a strike with a RED head pin and get one free game
26 March, 1700-2100 Extreme “Spring” Bowling Night 30 March, 1200 9-Pin-No-Tap Bowling Entry fee: $20 (5 games) Tuesday – Friday, 1330-1700 Unlimited Bowling $10 per lane and free shoes (Except US Holidays) 42 FMWR Outlook
CAMP WALKER BOWLING CENTER 764-4334 Wednesday-Friday 1130-1330 Buy a Combo Meal from the Strike Zone and the bowling is on us! $2 shoe rental. Wednesdays, 1600-2100 Mid-Week Madness. $1 per game / $2 shoe rental
Thursdays, 1730-2030 Bowl 2 Games, Get a 2-Piece Fried Chicken
Saturdays 1900-2300: Extreme Bowling ($2 per game / $2 shoe rental) Sundays, 1130-2230: Read Pin Bowling Bowl a strike with a RED head pin and get one free game! Sundays, 1130-2230 Hourly Bowling ($10 per lane, per hour)
FMWR Outlook 43
CAMP WALKER BOWLING CENTER (Comes w/Fries & Drink)
Bowling Menu Spare Burger (Hamburger)
Bowling Burger (Double Hamburger) $6.95 Strike Burger (Cheeseburger)
300 Burger (Double Cheeseburger)
Extreme ¼ Burger (Bacon Cheeseburger)zz
Extreme ½ Burger (Double Bacon Cheeseburger)
Grilled Chicken Sandwich
Philly Cheese Steak
Chicken Philly Steak
Pepper Jack Chicken Sandwich
Chicken Tenders (5 pieces)
Chicken Cordon Bleu Sandwich
Wicked Wings (10 pieces)
44 FMWR Outlook
CAMP CARROLL BOWLING CENTER 765-4470
Bowling Specials 3 March, all day Penny Bowling Game score is game price, men who bowl over 200 - free, women -180. 18 March, 1800-2200 Group Bowling Special $39 - get 3 hours of bowling and shoes for up to 5 people. Plus two large pizzas and fountain soda.
30 March, 1800-2200 Family Night Bowling Kids bowl for free plus 10% off a Combo Meal at Snack Bar. FMWR Outlook 45
Fridays & Saturdays, 1900-2300 Extreme Bowling Saturdays, 1700-2300 Buy a Combo Meal and Bowl 2 games for free. Saturdays, 1800-2300 Menâ€™s Night Out Bowling $1 per game (shoe rental not included).
CAMP CARROLL BOWLING CENTER 765-4470 Monday-Friday, 1100-1330 Free Lunchtime Bowling. Purchase a Strike Zone Combo Meal or Lunch Special and Bowl Free. Monday-Friday, 1330-1700 Early Bird Dollar Bowling Special $1 per game / $1 shoe rental Tuesdays, 1700-2000 Boss and Buddy Bowling Pay for just one person (2-for-1 special) Naturally, the boss pays for shoes. Wednesdays, 1600-2100 $1 games during Mid-Week Madness
46 FMWR Outlook
Sundays, all day Red Pin Bowling / Family Bowling Kids bowl free when mom or dad bowls. Free bottomless fountain soda for KIDS. Sundays, 1100-1600 Family Glow Bowling Kids who are too young to bowl at night can enjoy the Glow Bowling experience. This time is also good for daycares to bring a group bowling.
EVERY TUESDAY Through 30 April 1500-1700 Cp Carroll Bowling Center Open to ages 16 & under and youth groups, church groups, after school groups, daycares and Boy or Girl Scout groups. Parents can bowl free w/the kids on the 1st & last day. Pre-registration is required before the bowling day. Weekly attendance is not required.
$5 per week w/Free Snacks! Cp Carroll Bowling Center 765-4470
CAMP CARROLL BOWLING CENTER
7 March (Reuben Sandwich) / 14 March (Burrito) 1130-1330 / Cp Carroll Bowling Center
Limited to the first 10 teams that sign up, 2 people, any combo of friends, co-workers, family - incomplete teams of 2 will be paired with someone.
per team, per week w/2 Games of Bowling
and Free Snacks.
-100% of 200 handicap, no average penalty. -Not allowed to pre-bowl or make-up bowl. -Blind score will be his/her average minus ten (10) pins. -Prizes for high series w/handicap team, high game w/handicap team, high series w/HC for men & high series w/HC for women at the end of the week. FMWR Outlook 47
Community Recreation Division UFL Exercise Hours March 14-21 Camp Walker Community Center 1000-2100 Camp Carroll Community Center 1100-2200 Camp Walker Library 1000-2000 Camp Carroll Library 1100-2000 Camp Walker Kelly Fitness Center, Camp Henry Fit-To-Win and the Camp Carroll Fitness Center will all operate from 0500-2300.
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.
Mon-Fri: 0900-1900 Sat: 0900-1600 Sun & Holidays: Closed American doctor qualification authentication (ECFMG 0666-991) in compliance with the urologic medical specialist
Call 764-4432 for additional information.
48 FMWR Outlook
Reservation and consultation, 053)253-5825 (24 hours)
MEDICAL TREATMENTS STD Diseases Prostate disorders Circumcision Vasectomy ED Paid advertisement
The Newly Renovated Cp Carroll Bowling Center
Restaurant is OPEN! Bowling & Snack Bar: Sun-Thu: 1100-2200 / Fri & Sat: 1100-2300 Snack Bar Closed: Mon-Fri: 1330-1700
Lunch: Mon-Fri: 1100-1330 Dinner: Wed-Sat: 1630-2100
New Décor New Menu FILET MIGNON SPECIAL: $19.95 8 OZ FILET MIGNON Baked potato or steamed rice, vegetable medley, dinner roll, soup or salad, ice tea or lemonade. WEDNESDAYS, 1700-2000
2-FOR-1 STEAK NIGHT: $21.95 N.Y. steak (10oz), salad, vegetable, baked potato, roll and beverage.
ROTISSERIE CHICKEN Full Bird ½ Bird
Full Bird Dinner: Choice of side, seasoned criss-cut fries, 4 dinner rolls: $18.95 Half-Bird Dinner: Choice of side, seasoned criss-cut fries, 2 dinner rolls: $10.95 CHOICE OF SIDES Coleslaw, potato salad, macaroni salad FMWR Outlook 49
PARENT CENTRAL SERVICES
For All CYS Services Activities
To register your child PLEASE BRING THE FOLLOWING: Immunization Record Sponsor’s Orders or Letter of Employment Health Assessment with Current Shot Record Latest Leave and Earning Statement (LES) Children over one are also required to have a PPD test every year Families must register children at Cp Walker Parent Central Services Located at Building #275 to use CYSS facilities. 50 FMWR Outlook
CAMP WALKER CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER (CDC). Bldg. #223 Please come in and see what CDC has to offer CDC FULL DAY PROGRAM Days of Operation: Mon-Fri (Closed on Federal Holidays) Hours of Operation: Mon-Wed & Fri, 0530-1800 / Thu, 0615-1800 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 2013)
Kindergarten Before/After School and Summer Program / Child Development Center Offers Before, and After School Care and Summer Care for Kindergarten Children. Days/Hours of Operation: Mon-Fri, 0530-0730 & 1430-1800 / School Out Days: 0530-1800 Ages Served: 5-6 years (Children Currently in Kindergarten)
CDC Letâ€™s Move Event: 8 March, 1500-1700 Letâ€™s Move is a monthly event that spotlights fun ways to exercise and be healthy. CDC parents are invited attend with their children. Specific details will be posted at the center. CDC Dr. Seuss Family Event: 21 March, 1500-1700 This will be a fun filled event with games, snacks, arts and crafts and fun for all. The event will also include guest readers reading some favorite Dr Seuss books. CDC parents are encouraged to attend with their children.
CDC Playgroup: Two Sessions (Every Tuesday & Friday, 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. FMWR Outlook 51
23 March / 1730-2130
PARENT’S NIGHT OUT Camp Walker CDC FOUR hours of FREE care! Children must be registered with CYS Services to participate. Parents can call for a slot beginning Friday March 1st
Call early as slots re limited. You may register in person at Parent Central Services on Cp Walker (we open at 0900) or by calling 764-5298
Yeil Skin Laser Clinic
• Three skilled,
English-speaking dermatologists • Visit our website (www.yeilskin.com) and check out our column for the USFK community.
Tel : 053-425-0600 www.yeilskin.com 52 FMWR Outlook
: Acne & scar : Dilated Pores : Moles, Freckles : Melasma : Hair removal : Skin tightening
Non-invasive : wrinkle treatment : face lifting Skin
CYS SERVICES SPORTS, CP WALKER / 764-4859
Spring is in the air and our baseball, softball season is starting this month with practices. We ask that all children and youth interested in playing register immediately before it is too late! CYSS Running Club USAG Daegu Community, CYSS Sports is initiating a running club to begin in April. The details are in progress so be watchful for the flyers/posters/advertisements for the dates and times. POC is Rob Nott 764-4859 `
CYS SERVICES CLEOS / 764-5298
SUPER SATURDAY 9 March / SAC Building At this monthâ€™s class, parents and children will be decorating egg, not just dying them, but getting creative with decorations too! The class is FREE for families. The only requirement is that children be registered with CYS Services
Sign up now! 764-5298 FMWR Outlook 53
PIANO CLASS Wed-Fri, 1500 $130 p/month (8 sessions) DRUMS Mon, 1500. $50 p/month SWIMMING CLASS Mon & Wed, 1730-1820 $80 p/month (8 sessions) BALLET CLASS Tue & Thu 3-4 years (1700) / 5-up (1740) $60 p/month
TIGER TOTS TAEKWON-DO Held at the CDC bldg. 223 Tue & Thu 1030 (AM session) 1600 (PM session) $35 p/month
TAEKWON-DO CLASS Tue & Thu, Beginners (1700) Advanced (1750) $60 p/month
764-5721/4112764-5721/4112 LOOKING FOR SKIES INSTRUCTORS
Kendo / Hapkido / Guitar / Hello Music Together / Gymnastics. Email: Enrique.firstname.lastname@example.org 54 FMWR Outlook
YOUTH SERVICES, MIDDLE SCHOOL & TEENS, CP WALKER / 764-5721 Sewing Club Meeting 2 March, 1430-1530 Triple Play Club Meeting for Leg Exercise 5 March, 1600-1700 Torch Club Meeting 6 March, 1600-1700 After Photo Exhibit Party/ Recognition 8 March, 1500-1700 NBA League Pass 9 March, 1600-1800
Cooking Club - St. Patrick’s Day (Corned Beef and Cabbage, Carrots)
12 March, 1500-1630 “Passport to Manhood” Meeting at the Teen side of the TV room 13 March, 1600-1700 Tech Club Meeting 16 March, 1400-1800 Oriental Art Class 19 March, 1600-1630 Tech Club Meeting for Pla-model 22 March, 1600-1900 Money Matters Workshop: Entrepreneurship (HIRED Training 26 March, 1600 FMWR Outlook 55
Money Matter 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 and sign up for these informational workshops that lead to a BGCA Money Matters Scholarships. Does $2,000 to $5,000 scholarship sound good to YOU? Then come join us at the below schedule times:
** Must have an active Youth Center Membership to Participate (ages 13-18 years) **
MONEY MATTES Entrepreneurship Workshop 26 March, 1600 at the Cp Walker Youth Center Have comments, questions, and/or concerns, please call the HIRED! Coordinator at 764-5721/4112 or email to email@example.com. 56 FMWR Outlook
Auto Skills, Cp Henry (Bldg. S-1415) / 768-8164 Do It Yourself!
The Auto Skills Center has trained instructors and mechanics to guide customers through a wide range of repairs and maintenance.
ONGOING SERVICES Charging Systems Check Engine Trouble Codes Smog Check Failures Air Conditioning Automobile Engines Repair Fuel Injection/Carburetion Oil Change Service Overheating Electrical
AUTO REPAIR SERVICES Timing belt replacement Computerized 4-wheel alignments Tune-ups Tire installation, repair and balance Cooling system and radiator service Clutch replacement Air conditioning service, including R 134A conversions Engine replacement and rebuilding Safety inspections Car break repair service Detail service, disposal vehicles and other vehicle problems FMWR Outlook 57
My Planet Realty, established since 1994, has one of the strongest ties with the United States Army Garrison (USAG) Daegu (Area IV) community. We take pride in delivering the BEST customer service for uniformed members, DoD civilians and their family members. We realize the importance of Soldier readiness and well-being, and without having the quality of life that they need, mission readiness can be compromised. In view of this, we take extreme pride in delivering quality service to our customers in every way possible. As a recognized/approved realtor by USAG-Daegu Housing Division, we are on the frontline, prepared to provide top customer service â€“ guarantee â€“ serving the best interest of our clients. Quality service survey clearly verifies that My Planet Realty handles customer needs in a highly professional skill and manner. Since its inception, My Planet Realty has achieved the Quality Service Award every year. We are determined and committed to delivering topnotch service for you and your family - just ask our hundreds of satisfied clients and customers. 58 FMWR Outlook
Contact Jane Lee: 010-5637-5559 (in Korea) 82-10-5637-5559 (from the US) E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org USAG Daegu Realtor Trained, 2QTR FY11
USAG DAEGU SPORTS AND FITNESS
CAMP WALKER 764-4800/4907 CAMP CARROLL 765-8118/8287
ITEM DESCRIPTION (Cost: N/A) Basketball Boxing Gloves Hand Wraps Heavy Bag & Gloves Football Football Flag Football Tee Towel Large/Small Locker Keys Head Phones Table
Yoga Mats Whistles Stop Watch Cones Jump Ropes Chairs Weighted Vest Water Jugs Racquetballs Racquetball Rackets Protective Glasses
Softball Softball Gloves Softball Bats Soccer Ball Shin Guard Sports Uniform Jersey Pinny Tennis Racket Tennis Ball Volleyball
Volleyball Knee Pads Dumbbells Abdominal Strap Weighted Vest Weight Bar Stretch Band Road Vest Weight Belt Chain Belt Medicine Ball
FACILITY RENTAL Picnic Areas Indoor Pool Picnic Basketball Court
Multi-Purpose Field Pavilion
$25 $25 without grill $35 with grill $35 (4 hrs or less) $50 (6 hrs or less) $100 (12 hrs or full day) $15 (4 hrs or less) $25 (6 hrs or less) $50 (12 hrs or full day) $15 (4 hrs or less) $25 (6 hrs or less) $50 (12 hrs or full day) $15 (4 hrs or less) $25 (6 hrs or less) $50 (12 hrs or full day) $35 (4 hrs or less) $55 (6 hrs or less) $100 (12 hrs or full day) $15 (4 hrs or less) $25 (6 hrs or less) $35 (12 hrs or full day)
FMWR Outlook 59
FITNESS TRAINING PROGRAMS CLASS DESCRIPTIONS: AQUA PUMP 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. H.E.A.T. High Explosive Anaerobic Training will leave you breathless for an intense cardiostrength-core circuit training for a full 30 minutes with a high energy warm up and end with deep Yoga stretches. M.E.F. 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 as a only a CrossFit workout can. 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.
TRX A suspension resistance training system using your own body weight to sculpt and tone. ZUMBA is the only Latin-inspired dance fitness program that blends red-hot international music, easy to follow dance steps to form a fitness party that is downright addictive. 60 FMWR Outlook
USAG Daegu Fitness Calendar Class Instructors at Cp Walker (CW) Marlyn Banzon (MB) Robin Doaty (RD) Betsy Lizotte (BL) Jessica Streifel (JS)
Cp Walker: 764-4800 Cp Carroll: 765-8118 Class Instructors at Cp Carroll (CC) Grace Dewars (GD) Nicole Eskridge (NE) Lorraine Melgoza-Pearson (LM) Mardy Menzimer (MM) Dex Wise (DW)
Monday NEW CLASSES -Cycling at Cp Carroll 1800 -MEF/CrossFit at Cp Walker 0530
Thursday Contact us at: email@example.com AREAFOUR FIT or AREAFOUR ZUMBA in Facebook
CW 0530 MEF – DW* CW 0900 Yoga – SP CW 1015 Zumba - RD CW1800 Cycling - JS CC 1800 Zumba – LM CC 1915 MEF - DW
CW 0530 H.E.A.T. – GD CC 0600 – TRX/Cycling LM CW1015 Zumba - MB CW1800 Zumba-RD CW1830 Aqua Pump – BL CC 1800 Cycling – LM* CC 1900 MEF - DW
CW 0530 Cycling--GD CW 0600 – Zumba - MB CW 0900 Yoga – SP CW 1015 Zumba – RD CW1800 Cycling - JS CC 1800 Zumba – LM CW 1900 Mat Pilates – NE/BL
CW0530 MEF – DW CC 0600 – TRX/Cycling - LM CW 0900 H.E.A.T./MEF-JS/DW CC1000 Zumba – MM CW1015 Zumba - MB CW1800 Zumba-MB CW1830 Aqua Pump – BL CC 1800 Cycling – LM* CC 1900 MEF – DW
CW 0530 MEF – DW* CW 0900 Yoga – SP CW 1015 Zumba - RD CW1800 Cycling - JS CC 1800 Zumba – LM CC 1915 MEF - DW
CW 0530 MEF - DW CC 0600 – TRX/Cycling LM CW1015 Zumba - MB CW1800 Zumba-RD CW1830 Aqua Pump - BL CC 1800 Cycling – LM* CC 1900 MEF - DW
CW 0530 NO CLASS - GD CW 0600 – Zumba - MB CW 0900 Yoga – SP CW 1015 Zumba – RD CW1800 Cycling - JS CC 1800 Zumba – LM CW 1900 Mat Pilates – NE/BL
CW 0530 MEF – DW CC 0600 – TRX/Cycling - LM CW 0900 H.E.A.T/MEF–JS/DW CC1000 Zumba – MM CW1015 Zumba - MB CW1800 Zumba-MB CW1830 Aqua Pump - BL CC 1800 Cycling – LM* CC 1900 MEF - DW
CW 0530 MEF – DW* CW 0900 Yoga – SP CW 1015 Zumba - RD CW1800 Cycling - JS CC 1800 Zumba – LM CC 1915 MEF - DW
CW 0530 H.E.A.T. – GD CC 0600 – TRX/Cycling - LM CW1015 Zumba - MB CW1800 Zumba-RD CW1830 Aqua Pump - BL CC 1800 Cycling – LM* CC 1900 MEF – DW
CW 0530 Cycling-GD CW 0600 – Zumba - MB CW 0900 Yoga – SP CW 1015 Zumba – RD CW1800 Cycling - JS CC 1800 Zumba – LM CW 1900 Mat Pilates – NE/BL
CW 0530 MEF – DW CC 0600 – TRX/Cycling - LM CW 0900 H.E.A.T/MEF-JS/DW CC1000 Zumba – MM CW1015 Zumba - MB CW1800 Zumba-TN CW1830 Aqua Pump - BL CC 1800 Cycling – LM* CC 1900 – MEF - DW
CW 0530 MEF - DW CC 0600 – TRX/Cycling - LM CW1015 Zumba - MB CW1800 Zumba-RD CW1830 Aqua Pump – BL CC 1800 Cycling – LM* CC 1900 MEF – DW
CW 0530 NO CLASS CW 0600 – Zumba - MB CW 0900 Yoga – SP CW 1015 Zumba – RD CW1800 Cycling - JS CC 1800 Zumba – LM CW 1900 Mat Pilates – NE/BL
CW 0530 MEF - DW CC 0600 – TRX/Cycling - LM CW 0900 H.E.A.T. /MEF- JS/DW CC1000 Zumba – MM CW1015 Zumba - MB CW1800 Zumba-MB CW1830 Aqua Pump – BL CC 1800 Cycling – LM * CC 1900 MEF – DW
CW 0530 MEF – DW* CW 0900 Yoga – SP CW 1015 Zumba - RD CW1800 Cycling - JS CC 1800 Zumba – LM CC 1915 MEF – DW CW 1900 Mat Pilates – NE/BL
Friday CC 0600 – TRX/Cycling - LM
CW 0530 – MEF – DW* CC 0600 – TRX/Cycling - LM
CW 0530 – MEF – DW* CC 0600 – TRX/Cycling - LM
CW 0530 – MEF – DW* CC 0600 – TRX/Cycling - LM
CW 0530 – MEF – DW* CC 0600 – TRX/Cycling - LM
FMWR Outlook 61
CAMP WALKER KELLY FITNESS CENTER / 764-4800 Intramural Indoor Soccer League Mondays & Wednesdays, 1800
Intramural Volleyball League Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1800
62 FMWR Outlook
CAMP WALKER KELLY FITNESS CENTER 764-4800/4225
16 March, Kelly Field Sign up: 0715-0745 Start: 0800
FMWR Outlook 63
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ICE 64 FMWR Outlook
CAMP WALKER KELLY FITNESS CENTER / 764-4800/4225
25 MARCH THRU 12 MAY
Spin Cycle Room Floor Cardio Room Racquetball Court
Areas will re-open on 13 May
USAG Daegu Racquetball Championship Winner will advance to the AIK Championship on 30-31 March.
21-22 March, 1800 at Cp Carroll Fitness Center
Army In Korea (AIK)
Invitational Racquetball Championship 30-31 March at Cp Carroll Fitness Center
Categories: Men’s (35 & under) Men’s Senior (36 & over) Women’s (19 & over)
For more information, call 764-4800 / 765-8118 66 FMWR Outlook
CAMP CARROLL FITNESS CENTER 765-8118
Intramural Indoor Soccer League Every Mon, Wed & Fri, 1800
USAG Daegu Crossfit Games Mystery WOD 30 March, 1000 Sign up at 0900-0945
Cp Carroll Fitness Center FMWR Outlook 67
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CAMP CARROLL FITNESS CENTER 765-8118 Intramural Volleyball Pre-Season 5-7 March, 1800 Intramural Volleyball League 19-28 March, 1800
FMWR Outlook 69
Fit-To-Win Center Camp Henry, 768-6604
Cardio Equipment Machine & Free Weights Workout Accessories Showers & Sauna
MON-FRI: 0500-2000 SAT & U.S. HOLIDAYS: 1000-1800 70 FMWR Outlook
CAMP CARROLL SWIMMING POOL Indoor Pool (Year Round) Mon, Tue, Wed & Fri: 0530-1930 / Sat & Sun: 1100-1930 / Closed Thursdays Outdoor Pool (June –September) Tue, Wed, Thu & Fri: 1100-1900 / Sat & Sun: 1100-1900 / Closed Mondays
Cp Carroll Pool Beginners (ages 5 & up) Tuesdays & Fridays, 1630-1700 Intermediate (ages 5 & up) Tuesdays & Friday, 1715-1800 Adults: Please see Kendra Nightingale at the Cp Carroll Gym for times. Instructor: Rorry O’Houlahan Instructor must approve abilities in the beginner class before progressing to intermediate class. Classes are $50 monthly Please pay a visit to the Cp Carroll Fitness Center administration office to sign up!
Cp Walker Pool 764-3873 Mon-Wed & Fri: 0530-2000 Thu: 0500-0800 & 1700-2000 Sat, Sun & US Holidays: 1000-1800
Sundays, 1700 / 764-4800
Soldiers Swimming Lessons are always FREE!
FMWR Outlook 71
SHUTTLE BUS SCHEDULES Weekday Camp Henry – Camp George – Camp Walker – Camp George – Camp Henry
Note: Buses returning to Cp Henry do not pick up new passengers going to Cp Walker and Cp George L: Friday & Saturday nights and will operate on Sunday night if Monday is U.S. Holiday P: Mon, Tue, Wed & Friday only except Holidays – P.T. runs / XXX: Bus will not stop at location
Camp Carroll & Daegu Area Monday - Friday
Camp Carroll & Daegu Area Sat, Sun, US Holidays & USFK Training Holidays
72 FMWR Outlook
Call 768-7993 or stop by your Cp Henry American Red Cross for more information
9 March, 0830-1630 American Red Cross Classroom, Bldg. 1425, Cp Henry Certifications in the Following: Lay Responder Adult, Child & Infant CPR/AED, and Standard First Aid
Benefits: Learn the basic skills to identify and respond to cardiac emergencies, first aid and much more! CPR/AED certificates are now valid for two years!
Babysitterâ€™s Training 9 March, 0900-1630 Cp Walker CYS Services side entrance Become a certified American Red Cross Babysitter!! Benefits: Learn how to care for young children including responding to first aid and choking emergencies, feeding, holding, problem solving, diaper changing etc. Course also includes Child & Infant CPR certifications. Course / materials fee.
FMWR Outlook 73
SHUTTLE BUS SCHEDULES
Weekend & US Holiday Camp Henry – Camp George – Camp Walker – Camp George – Camp Henry
Note: Buses returning to Cp Henry do not pick up new passengers going to Cp Walker and Cp George L: Friday & Saturday nights and will operate on Sunday night if Monday is U.S. Holiday / XXX: Bus will not stop at location
74 FMWR Outlook
SHUTTLE BUS SCHEDULES
Camp Carroll on Post
The bus does NOT operate during the hours highlighted on weekends, U.S. federal and training Holidays This bus schedule supersedes all previous Camp Carroll bus schedule dtd 19 Aug 11
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 75
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FMWR Outlook 77
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 지역사회에 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. USAG 대구 지역 내 모든 켐프에 배포되는 FMWR 칼라 월간 잡지에 무료로 광고를 실어드립니다.
*Advertisement type dependent upon the level of sponsorship.
*후원사의 광고 유형에따라 다름.
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 78 FMWR Outlook
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Have your unit representative contact Lavon Washburn at 764-4432 or SSG Mary Byrne at 764-4426 to schedule unit training and a high adventure activity. ADVENTURE IS WAITING FOR YOU!