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March 2012

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Your guide to fun, fitness and adventure at Joint Base Charleston


WELCOME to the 628th Force Support Squadron at Joint Base Charleston Air Base & Weapons Station


Hello to our FSS Friends! Welcome back to The Breeze. Hopefully you are enjoying some of our great events and programs each month as each one has so much to offer…and March is no exception!

March 2012

Mark your calendar NOW so you won’t miss the annual Customer Appreciation Food Show and MWR Travel Expo at the Charleston Club on Tuesday, March 6 and at the Redbank Club on Wednesday, March 7. It always proves to be an exciting time.

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Arts & Crafts

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Maps & Directories

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SAI & Liberty

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Youth & Family

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St Patrick’s Day Buffets Lunch & Dinner March 14 11 am-1 pm & 4:30-7:30 pm Everyone’s Irish on St Patrick’s Day so come to the Club and enjoy the best corned beef and cabbage outside the Emerald Isle!

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Wings Bar By reservation Lowcountry Bar Wed thru Sat 3pm


Serving Lunch Mon thru Fri 11am - 1pm

Trivia Guy Friday 5:30 - 7:30pm

Lowcountry Café We proudly brew Starbucks® Coffee Mon-Tue 6:30 am - 1 pm Wed-Fri 6:30a-4p Serving Breakfast 6:30-10:30 am

Prime Rib Special Friday 4:30-7:30pm




Lowcountry Grill Wed & Thu 6:30 am - 8pm Fri 6:30-10pm Sat 4 - 8pm

Azalea Room

Wednesday B&B Buffet Served 5 - 7pm


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LIVE O N PAY- P E R - V I E W FREE to Club Members


Birthday Wish $10 Gift Certificate Wrenwoods Golf Club Arts & Crafts Complex Charleston Club Aero Club Starlifter Lanes Outdoor Rec

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Lowcountry Bar & Grill opens at 3pm Wed thru Sat and offers 12 HD TVs, WiFi, Free pool, Darts, Bonanza Bingo and great food and bar specials. Family Night starts at 5 pm with a pizza & spaghetti dinner; Kid‘s Bingo with cash prizes at 6 pm; Free ice cream cones served after final game.

Starbucks! Lowcountry Cafe now opens at 6:30am for your early bird caffeine fixes! Fetch a breakfast item with that coffee! Breakfast served 6:30-10:30am.

Big Bucks Monday BiNGO Enjoy a great Bingo Buffet while you play. Now offered twice a month from 5 to 7pm on the 5th and 19th .

Final Four Somewhere hidden in this calendar are 4 digits. If they match the last four numbers on your club card, YOU WIN! March to the office and collect your prize!

Enjoy free food samplings from our vendors, learn about great vacation and travel opportunities, and discover excellent recreation programs.

UFC Club. Join the Club, the UFC Club! Every time you enjoy live PPV at the Club, you can enter to win a trip to watch a live UFC event this summer!

A fun filled evening with the Comedy and Variety Show Operation: Magic! The world renowned comedy and Mind Reading duo, The Bornsteins.

Lowcountry Grill now open all day Wednesday thru Friday for your between hours cravings, hankerings and sweet teeth! We have a breakfast menu, too!

St Patrick’s Lunch & Dinner Buffet featuring the best corned beef and cabbage outside the EmerEmerald Isle.

Golf-Club Member Deal. Club members can now get a FREE cart w/purchase of a round of golf at Wrenwoods. Pick up a coupon in Member Services. Some restrictions apply







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TWO-DAY EVENT! Tuesday, March 6 at the Charleston Club Wednesday, March 7 at the Redbank Club Food Show 11am - 1pm MWR Travel Expo 11am - 2pm

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Youth Programs

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What’s happening at Youth Programs...


Jan. 9 Power Hour, 3:30 pm for ages 9-12; Triple Play, 4:30 pm for ages 9-18 Jan. 10 Tech Club 2, 4 pm for ages 13-18 Jan. 11 Creative paper, stone & wood art, 4 pm for ages 9-18 n wo e Jan. 12 Torch Club, 3:30 pm; Money Matters 4 pm for ages 9-14 K f e Keystone Club meeting at Ft. Dorchester, 3:15 p.m for ages 14-18 Jan. 13 Ta es of h s ut Jan. 14-16 Closed for Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday observance Yo clas Jan. 16 Teen Community Service Day, 10 am – 2 pm Jan. 17 Tech Club 2, Educational – Diversity, 4 pm for ages 9-13, 5 pm for ages 14-18 Jan. 18 Painting on canvas, 4 pm for ages 9-18 Jan. 19 Torch Club, 3:30 pm; Smart Moves, 4 pm for ages 9-14 c an Jan. 20 Keystone Club meeting at Ft. Dorchester, 3:15 pm for ages 14-18 D uth aila Jan. 21 Baking fun, 2 pm for ages 9-18 o Served Y Cabbage av Jan. 23 Power Hour, 3:30 pmCorned for agesBeef 9-12; &Triple Play, 4:30 pm for ages 9-18 s e Mashed Potatoes 11Jan.a.m.-1 p.m. s 24 Tech Club, Citizenship, 4 pm for ages 9-18 las Sausage & Sauerkraut c Jan. 25 Recycled artwork, 4 pmRed for ages 9-18 Bliss Potatoes Jan. 26 Torch Club, 3:30 pm Fried Chicken Jan. 27 Keystone Club meeting at Ft. Dorchester, 3:15 pm for ages 14-18 Assorted Side Items Ad Jan. 28 Clay-making fun, 2 pm for ages 9-18 Salad Bar & Dessert & th ila Jan. 30 Power Hour, 3:30 pm for ages 9-12; Triple Play, 4:30 pm for ages 9-18 ou ava Y Jan. 31 Tech Club, Career Launch, 4 pm for ages 9-18 Drink Not Included oth ns

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Youth Tennis Lessons, 5-6 pm Basketball Smart Start, ages 5-8, 6-7 pm; cheerleaders, 6-7 pm FitFactor Challenge, 3-4 pm FitFactor Log in, 3-4 p.m. Basketball, ages 5-8, 5:30 – 6:30 pm Homeschooler’s Fitness, 10 am Basketball Smart Start, ages 5-8, 9-10 am; cheerleaders, 10-11 am

Youth Programs

~ on the Air Base ~ Bldg. 1

What’s happening at Youth Programs...

Jan. 9 Power Hour, 3:30 pm for ages 9-12; Triple Play, 4:30 pm for Baby-sitting Course Jan. 10 Tech Club 2, 4 pm for ages 13-18 The next baby-sitting certificationJan. for youth 11-16 ispaper, Saturday, 21, from to 6ages pm9-18 at Air Base 11 agesCreative stoneJan. & wood art, 4noon pm for Center. The cost for the course is Jan. $45 12 for members; $50 for non-members. This is a Red Cross-certified Torch Club, 3:30 pm; Money Matters 4 pm for ages 9-14 c Participants will learn how to be responsible sitters by providing basic child care, how to care for commo Jan. 13 Keystone Club meeting at Ft. Dorchester, 3:15 p.m for ages 1 ries and the correct way to respond to emergencies. Because class size is limited, advance registration is req Jan.and 14-16 Closed Call for Dr. Martin to Luther King, observance Youth are asked to bring their lunch own snacks. 963-5684 register or Jr. forbirthday additional informa Jan. 16 Teen Community Service Day, 10 am – 2 pm Baseball Registration Jan. 17 Tech Club 2, Educational – Diversity, 4 pm for ages 9-13, 5 p Registration for the 2012 JB Charleston Youth Sports T-ball and baseball season begins Feb. 1. The prog Jan. 18 Painting on canvas, 4 pm for ages 9-18 for children ages 4-12. The cost is $25 for 4 year olds, $30 for youth ages 5 and up who are Youth Center Jan.519and up. The Torch Club,runs 3:30 April pm; Smart Moves, pm for ages bers, and $40 for non-members ages season through June.4 The final day9-14 to regist Jan. 20 Keystone Club meeting at Ft. Dorchester, 3:15 pm for ages 1 be Feb. 29. Call Lee Smith at 963-8326 for more details. Jan. 21 Baking fun, 2 pm for ages 9-18 Jan. 23 Power Hour, 3:30 pm for ages 9-12; Triple Play, 4:30Breeze pm for The Jan. 24 Tech Club, Citizenship, 4 pm for ages 9-18 Jan. 25 Recycled artwork, 4 pm for ages 9-18 Jan. 26 Torch Club, 3:30 pm Jan. 27 Keystone Club meeting at Ft. Dorchester, 3:15 pm for ages 1 Jan. 28 Clay-making fun, 2 pm for ages 9-18 Jan. 30 Power Hour, 3:30 pm for ages 9-12; Triple Play, 4:30 pm for Jan. 31 Tech Club, Career Launch, 4 pm for ages 9-18

Youth January Sports Programs

Jan. 10, 17, 24 & 31 Youth Tennis Lessons, 5-6 pm Jan. 13 The Breeze Basketball7Smart Start, ages 5-8, 6-7 pm; cheerleader Tuesdays FitFactor Challenge, 3-4 pm Wednesdays FitFactor Log in, 3-4 p.m.

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CHAMPIONSHIP Redbank Plantation Golf Course

Begins Saturday March 24 Ryder Cup Format:

Registration: 8 a.m. Tee Off: 8:30 a.m. 6 Holes Alternate Shot Fees: $10 per person 6 Holes Best Ball 6 Holes Captain’s Choice (plus cart & greens fees) Tournament takes place over several rounds. Players coordinate future rounds with their upcoming opponent.

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Outdoor Recreation Center


~ Air Base ~ Scarton Lane ~ (843) 963-1732

Your Joint Base Outdoor Recreation Centers have everything you’ll need for fun in the great outdoors!

JB Charleston Outdoor Recreation Centers rent a variety of quality outdoor equipment to help you, your friends and family get out and enjoy the Lowcountry’s splendid natural resources.

OAC Rock Climbing Wall Nothing offers stress relief quite like exercise, and one of the most fun and exciting ways to get a total body workout here on the Weapons Station, is at the Outdoor Adventure Center’s climbing wall. The climbing wall stands 30 ft. high and offers many different climbing routes with varying degrees of difficulty. Whether you are a beginner or an experience climber, the OAC has a climbing program to suit you. Beginning climbers are encouraged to stop by the OAC anytime during operating hours. No appointment is necessary. Our experienced climbing instructors will provide you with climbing instruction, equipment, and everything you will need to get your climbing adventure started. Beginning climbers will be harnessed by the instructor and climbing will be supervised at all times. The cost of the introductory climb is only $2. Once you get the hang of it, you’ll want to purchase an hourly climbing pass or a daily pass. This will allow you to climb as many times as you wish in the allotted time frame and to experiment with all the climbing routes. More experienced climbers will want to take advantage of our Auto Belay Certification Program, which allows qualified applicants to hook and unhook themselves from the harness without assistance. This gives climbers the freedom to climb without having to wait for the availability of a climbing instructor. Simply, check in at the front desk, and up you go!

Military Climb for half-price on Tuesdays Attention Active Duty Military! Tuesdays are “Half-Price Tuesdays” at the OAC Climbing Wall where Active Duty Military climb for only $2 per hour instead of the regular $4 rate!

Everyone climbs for half-price March-April at OAC During the Outdoor Adventure Center’s “Spring Off the Wall” promotion beginning March 1, everyone can enjoy the challenge of climbing our 30 ft. rock wall for the low rate of $2 per hour. When you also include the free shoe rental, that’s a $5.50 value for only 2 bucks! In addition, all climbers will be entered into a weekly drawing to win a 10-climb punch card, another $30 value! Hurry! The promotion ends April 30. Call 764-2120.

Climbing Rates Introductory Climb - $2 One hour or less - $4 Daily Pass - $6 Ten pass punch card - $30 Shoe Rental - $1.50 Chalk bags - $1

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Class Schedule HUGE Framing

Sale! Enjoy two-weeks of framing savings at the Air Base Arts and Crafts Center during our huge framing sale, March 5-16! Bring all of your artwork by for an estimate - the more you spend, the more you save! Spend up to $100 - receive 10% off; spend up to $200 - receive 20% off; spend more than $201 - receive 30% off! Discounts apply to custom frame orders only. Discounts will be applied on the day of purchase. For more details, call the Arts & Crafts Center.

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Air Mobility Command’s 2011 A1 Arts & Crafts Program of the Year

An Hour of Creativity

Join the Arts and Crafts Staff for an hour of creativity on Wednesday, Mar. 14 from 5:30 to 6:30 pm. This class is FREE and is great family fun for everyone! This class is held monthly and features a new take-home craft.

Arts & Crafts Center ~ About Us

The Arts & Crafts Center is comprised of two skills-related focus areas offering information, services, merchandise, equipment and instructionally sound programs in art, crafts, and automotive maintenance. Our goal is to enable our customers to develop or enhance their skills in the arts and industrial arts. Formerly known as the Skills Development Complex, the correct designations are now the Arts and Crafts Center and the Auto Hobby Shop. 203 Stewart Avenue, Charleston AFB, SC 29404 • Phone: (843) 963-1936


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Aero Club

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Base Pool

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Whether you are a do-it-yourselfer or depend on the help of a skilled automotive professional for vehicle maintenance and repair, we've got everything you need at the JB Charleston Weapons Station Auto Skills Center to make car problems a thing of the past!

Do-It-Yourself Services For the do-it-yourselfer, the Auto Skills Center has seven automobile service bays and one motorcycle bay. A full line of tools are available and are included with each bay rental. We carry a basic line of automotive chemicals, additives and lubricants as well as the most popular oils, filters and battery brands. Need a part that we don't stock? We'll order it for you and have it delivered, usually within the hour.

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Our ASE Certified technicians offer full service on all makes and models. Services offered to patrons by Auto Skills Center personnel include: full computer diagnostic services; full automotive air conditioning services; wheel balancing, oil and filter changes; turning brake drums and rotors; fuel systems cleaning; batteries and electrical systems check; just to name a few. Hours of operation: Tuesday-Friday: 9 am-8 pm Saturday: 9 am-5 pm Sunday: 11 am-5 pm

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24 CAR SHOW 1000-1400 We’ll take a van over to the JB show. FREE car entry for Single Airmen.





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March Madness Brackets Think you know Basketball? PROVE IT! Sign-up On-Line to play with The Liberty Program. Prizes will be awarded to the Ultimate Winner! All single sailors and Airmen E1-E6 welcomed to participate.

Savannah, GA Overnight Trip If you haven’t done so yet…you need to now! Join The Liberty Program as we head to Savannah, GA for St. Patty’s Day! Lodging and Transportation are included. Itinerary TBD. All single sailors and Airmen E1-E6 welcomed to participate. Event tentatively scheduled for Mar. 16 & 17.

Mystery Spring Break Overnight Trip Do you trust Liberty!? We hope so! We’ve planned THE BEST TRIP EVER…But we aren’t telling you what it is! Sign-Up with Liberty as we head to an unknown location and party hard for Spring Break! Lodging and Transportation are included. All single sailors and Airmen E1-E6 welcomed to participate. Event tentatively scheduled for Mar. 23-25

Academic Triathlon Sign your team up to prove you’re the smartest there is! Teams will compete in this Academic Triathlon on the NNPTC campus. Your team will compete in different categories to show-off your smarts! Winning team wins a FABULOUS PRIZE and of course…BRAGGING RIGHTS! All single sailors and Airmen E1-E6 welcomed to participate. Event tentatively scheduled for Mar. 30.

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Fitness & Athletic Programs ~ on the Weapons Station ~ Road Rage 5K road race Road Rage is a 5K road race that is run through Weapons Station Housing on the last Wednesday of each month. The race begins at 7 a.m. All runners should meet outside of Sam’s Fitness Center on Jefferson Street. The race is free to all participants and is open to all eligible patrons of JB Charleston. No pre-registration is required. The next race is scheduled for Wednesday, Mar. 28. Call 764-7530 for more information.

Racquetball Challenge Ladder The Racquetball Challenge Ladder is an ongoing tournament designed to help players improve their racquetball skills, meet other players and enhance enjoyment of the game. Racquetball matches are held at the players’ convenience at the racquetball courts within Sam’s Fitness Center. Sign-ups are currently being accepted at the fitness center front desk. Play will begin in early March. Call 764-7530 or email for more information.

Therapeutic massage JB Charleston Weapons Station fitness centers are excited to once again offer therapeutic massage from our licensed massage therapists! What are the benefits of therapeutic massage? Massage therapy melts away stress and tension, relieves head and muscular aches, improves blood circulation, reduces injury healing time, and is an excellent preventative health care. Massages are given in the Massage Therapy Room in Bldg. 725 and are available by appointment only. A complete list of massage services is available at your MWR fitness centers. Call Sam’s Fitness Center at 764-4173 for more information.

Strength, Endurance, Core Training (SECT) This class is designed to improve strength and endurance and is conducted in three minute increments alternating strength and cardio while focusing on all six muscle groups. SECT classes are Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:15 to 6:45 p.m.

Step and Sculpt Class consists of body toning and cardiovascular training, using step aerobics, bands, dumbbells and body bars. Step & Sculpt classes are offered Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

“Dance like the Stars” Dance Classes at Group Fitness Center Have you always wanted to learn how to dance? Now you can learn to “Dance like the Stars” with the classes being


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offered at the Weapons Station Group Fitness Room. These classes are an introduction to a variety of social dance styles to help you feel comfortable and confident on the dance floor. Learn the basics of ballroom, Latin, swing, and/or country-western dancing. Singles and couples are welcome. Classes will be offered every second and fourth Friday of the month from 7 to 8:30 p.m. The cost is $10 per person/per class. You do not need any prior dance experience to attend, so come out and join the fun! Sign-ups are available for six-week progressive classes. To learn more, call Pippa Guajardo at 732-0216.

Yoga Yoga classes concentrate on the link between breathing, body, and movement through gentle yoga poses. Yoga is offered Tuesdays 6:45-8:15 p.m., and Thursdays 6:45-7:45 p.m.

Judo & Jujitsu Classes – Free to Active Duty Military Get in shape, build self confidence, and learn self defense with Judo & Jujitsu classes! Classes are held in the group exercise room on the Weapons Station in Bldg. 725. They are free to active duty military and $2 per class for all others. Judo classes are offered Mondays and Wednesdays from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Jujitsu classes are offered on the first and third Friday of each month from 7 to 8:30 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. For more information, contact Nancy Haynsworth at 764-4067.

Stroller Rollers fitness program Attention new mothers! Now there is a way to get fit while spending quality time with your baby! With the Stroller Rollers program, you’ll shape up with a power walk and body sculpting while strolling with your baby. It’s a great chance to interact with other new moms! Classes meet at the Weapons Station Gymnasium on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 8 to 9 a.m. and 9:15 to 10:15 a.m. Classes are free. Materials are provided. For more information, call MWR fitness director, Nancy Haynsworth at 764-4067.

MWR Fitness Classes FREE to Active Duty Military Did you know that the Weapons Station offers group exercise classes free of charge to active duty military and only $2 per class for all other patrons? A variety of classes such as yoga, spinning, step & sculpt and more are available in the Group Exercise Room, located in Bldg. 725 next to the Post Office. Call Sam’s Fitness Center at 764-4173 for more information.

Fitness & Sports Center ~ on the Air Base ~ Bldg. 225 ~ (843) 963-3347 The Fitness and Sports Center hours of operation are: Monday through Friday, 5 a.m. to midnight; Saturday and Sunday, 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.; holidays, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 963-3347 for additional information if needed. Intramural soccer season kicks off March 13

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JB Charleston’s intramural squadron-level soccer program gets underway March 13. The deadline for all Letters-ofIntent to participate must be on file at the Air Base Fitness Center no later than the close of business on Monday, March 5. There will be a mandatory coaches meeting on March 6 at 2 p.m. in the Health and Wellness Center. Individuals who would like to play, but are assigned to an organization that is not forming a team, may submit their names to the Fitness Center so that they can be placed in a player’s pool. For more information, stop by the Fitness Center or call 963-3347.

Learn to salsa and several other forms of Latin dance at the Fitness and Sports Center. Classes are held every Tuesday evening. There are separate classes for beginner and intermediate dancers. The classes are $10 per person, per session.

March Fitness class schedule

Searching for instructors Charleston’s Fitness & Sports Center is currently recruiting volunteer instructors for aerobics, yoga, Pilates and many other types of exercise and fitness programs. If you would like to volunteer or need more information, stop by the Fitness Center or call them.

Equipment orientations

Martial Arts • Thursday - 9:30 a.m., Cardio/sculpt; 11 a.m., Circuit training; 12 p.m., Zumba; 4:30 p.m., Cardio Mix • Friday – 9:30 a.m. and 4:35 p.m., Zumba • Saturday – Crossfit, 10 a.m.

Fitness equipment orientations are now available Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 to 11 a.m., and 1 to 3 p.m. Please call the Fitness Center for available slots.

Walk to run If you don’t know where to start on a running program, let us help! This 12-week program is broken down into stepby-step directions which help you progress from a beginning walker (15 minutes) to being able to run for 30 minutes! Incentives? You bet! Choose from one of our many incentive prizes. (This program is for beginners.)


Aerobics • Every weekday – Crossfit, 6-7 a.m., 12-1 p.m., and 5-6 p.m. • Monday – 11:30 a.m., Yoga Flow; 4:35 p.m., Zumba; 5:45 p.m., yoga/Pilates; 6 p.m., Martial Arts • Tuesday – 9:30 a.m., Cardio/sculpt; 11 a.m., Circuit training; 12 p.m., Zumba; 3:30 p.m., mobility, strength & flexibility; 4:30 p.m., Cardio Mix; 6 p.m., salsa dance lessons ($10 fee) • Wednesday – 9:30 a.m., Zumba; 3:30 p.m., Yoga; 4:35 p.m., Zumba; 5:45 p.m., yoga/Pilates; 6 p.m.,

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Indoor Cycling • Monday – 5 a.m., 9 a.m., 11:30 a.m. & 4:30 p.m. • Tuesday – 6:30 & 10 a.m. • Wednesday – 6 a.m., 11:30 a.m. & 4:30 p.m. • Thursday – 6:30 & 10 a.m. • Friday – 5 a.m. & 11:30 a.m.

Spinning with Marcus Are you thinking about taking up spinning, but are not sure what it’s all about? Don’t worry; just come out and join Marcus every Tuesday & Thursday between 10 and 11 a.m. This spinning class is designed for all levels, including beginners. Learn the basics of proper bike setup, hand positions, and safety issues. No need to sign up, just show up with your bottle of water and work-out towel.

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For your convenience, Federal tax forms are available at both the Air Base and Branch libraries through April. Do you love to read? Do you love to discuss your readings among friends? Then join the Book Club and share your reading experiences while making new friends. The Book Club meets once a month on Tuesdays at 10 am to discuss many exciting and stimulating book titles. The next meeting and book selection is Mar. 27 - Maisie Dobbs by Jacqueline Winspear. If you are interested in participating, weâ&#x20AC;&#x2DC;d love to have you! Call the Branch Library at 764-7900 for more details.


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Become a family child care provider provider today! Next FCC Licensing Class is Mar. 27 & 28

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You can make a difference by providing quality and affordable child care in a home setting. Call SherianVickers SherianVickers at 963-2549 for details on JB Charleston’s Family Child Care Program. Education Center Hours On-line Academic Skills Course Free on-line course in math and English open to all military (Active Duty/Reserve/Guard), federal civil Mon, Tues, Thurs & Fri, 7:30 am – skills 4:30 pm serviceWed, employees, and family members. Available through DANTES website and Military OneSource websites 7:30 am – 2 pm at and

Testing Schedule

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National Test Center (Park University) provides 24/7 online, personal tutors for K-12 and college-level Air Force customers Please callsubjects. 552-7990Now to schedule Please call 963-4575 to schedule can go directly to and click on "Air Force" for access. Eligible customers can now register 1 pm Monday 8 am Tuesday directly at the web site and/or by going to their local installation library.

DANTES PME/CDC 8 am Tuesday 1 pm Tuesday Career/Military Life webinars CLEPLogin time for each conference All Other Testing The following are webinars being conducted by AFPC on the dates indicated. 1 pm Tuesday 8 amatWednesday starts 4:30 pm CST with each webcast beginning at 5 pm CST. For additional information, contact AFPC at CLEP PME/CDC (210) 565-2508. 8 am Wednesday 1 pm Thursday • March 15 - Retirements-101 for Officers Pearson VUE Certification Exams PME/CDC 8 am-Thursday • April 19 - Navigating the vMPF to Submit a Retirement App 8 am Friday DANTES Defense Language Proficiency Test (DLPT) • May 17 I'm Approved for Retirement-Now What? 2012 and Defense Language Aptitude (DLAB) Battery

General Education Mobile (GEM) is now available at the Education Center - call for more details! College Math CLEP Prep Courses

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For more information all education programs, go to the Air Force Virtual Education at Your PEC has added on College Math CLEP prep courses again. The following dates are Center available: • March 22-23 • Apr 19-20

On-line Academic Skills Course • May 23-24

~ Free on-line course in math and English skills open to all military (Active Duty/Reserve/Guard), • Jun 14-15 federal civil service employees, and family members. Available through DANTES webThis two day course is designed to provide you a better understanding of college math concepts and prepare you site and Military OneSource websites at for the CLEP test. You will be scheduled for the College Math CLEP on the second day of the course. Please go and to my CoP register for the classes. These classes will fill up quick, so please don't wait. These classes are open

Personal tutors ~ provides 24/7 online, personal tutors for K-12 and college-level subjects. to all ID on-line card holders. Now Air Force customers can go directly to and click on "Air Force" for access. Eligible cusPubliccan Speaking Prep directly Classesat the web site and/or by going to their local installation library. tomers now register Your Professional Enhancement Center is starting up the Public Speaking CLEP Prep class again. The follow ing are the dates for the next 4 classes: 

• Mar 22Life webinars Career/Military • Aprare 25 webinars being conducted by AFPC on the dates indicated. Login time for each conference The following • May starts at 4:30 pm24 CST with each webcast beginning at 5 pm CST. For additional information, contact AFPC at • Jun 27 (210) 565-2508. The classes 8 am to 4 pm,for andRetirement-Now located in Bldg 247, third floor. The students will receive fundamental Jan. 19are from I'm Approved What? training on how to properly present different types of speeches. In the afternoon that day, they will be provided a topic, and given 10 minutes to prepare a speech.  They will then present a 3-5 minute speech to the class. Feb. 16 Retirements-101 for Enlisted Members After the class, the Education center will be on hand to schedule a test date for the students. The class is limit ed to 15 students, so please have anyone interested signup on our CoP: March 15 Retirements-101 for Officers

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Jan. 9 Power Hour, 3:30 pm for ages 9-12; Triple Play, 4:30 pm for ages 9-18 Jan. 10 Tech Club 2, 4 pm for ages 13-18 Kids Night Out The Air Force Services Teen Aviation Camp is now accepting Do Jan. 11 Creative paper, stone & wood art, 4 pm for ages 9-1816 n applications for their 2012 session. The Teen Aviation Camp is March wo e r e d m noon to 6 pm at Air Base Youth being held at the Air Force Academy High Matters school stuJan. 12 Torch Club, 3:30 June pm; 2-7. Money 4 pmAttention for agesparents! 9-14 Are K dents entering their sophomore or junior year in of 2012 3:15 This is a Red Cross-certified course. ae s of f Jan. 13 Keystone Club meeting at the Ft.fall Dorchester, p.m forforages T you looking the 14-18 who arefor interested in aviation, leadership or the Air Force th s s e are, how to care common inju-for Dr. opportunity for a date u Jan. 14-16 Closed Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday observance o Academy are urged to apply for the Aviation Camp. Eligible Y d, advance registration is required. night that doesn’t cla Jan. 16 Teen Community Service Day, 10 am – 2 pm applicants include teen family members of active duty military, r or for additional information. involved the use of a Air base civilian and activated Reserve Jan.Force 17 retired,Tech Club 2,employees Educational – Diversity, 4 pmbooster for ages 5 pmyour fordate’s ages food? 14-18Here it is! The Air Base seat9-13, or cutting and Air National Guard. All lodging, meals and activity fees Jan. 18 Painting on canvas, 4 pm for ages 9-18 Youth Center is hosting a Kids Night Out on Friday, March 16, after arrival at camp will is be centrally funded at no cost to the son begins Feb. 1. The program from 7 to9-14 10 p.m. You can drop the little darlings off at the e Jan. 19 Airline Torch Club, 3:30 pm; Smart 4 pm for ages c or personal vehicle travel costsMoves, and spending ngived up whoparticipants. are Youth Center memCenter for a night of hot dogs, chips, drinks, games and a Jan. 20 Keystone Club meeting at Ft. Dorchester, 3:15 pm for ages 14-18 D blate money for miscellaneous expenses are the responsibility of each aways, while you go enjoy an adults-only dining experience June. The final day to register will h t student. packages Youth ucheeseawith ila everyJan. 21Application Baking fun,for2 are pmavailable for agesat9-18 someplace that doesn’t serve fries or mac ’n’ o v Y Programs on the Air Base. Deadline for local Aviation Camp a Programs thing. 4:30 The cost $10ages per child Youth Jan. 23 Power Hour, 3:30 pm for ages 9-12; Triple Play, pmisfor 9-18if they are ea s submissions is March 9. For more on the camp or the application member or $15 for nonmembers. Reservations s must be in by Jan.The 24 stop Tech27 Club, Citizenship, 4 pm for ages 9-18 process, by Youth Programs or call 963-5684. lasfor more details. Breeze c Wednesday, March 14. Call 963-5684 Jan. 25 Recycled artwork, 4 pm for ages 9-18 Space Jan. 26 CampTorch Club, 3:30 pm Tennis lessons available lt The Camp isClub now accepting for Jan.Air 27Force Space Keystone meetingapplications at Ft. Dorchester, 3:15 for ages 14-18 youth and adult tennis lessons u Youthpm Programs is hosting on the d A their The Air Force fun, Space2Camp is conducted Jan. 2012 28 session.Clay-making pm for ages 9-18at Air Base. Lessons are at the courts next to the Outdoor & able h the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville, Ala., July 22t ilheld on Recreation is one hour in ulengthvand Jan.Science-minded 30 Power Hour, 3:30youth pm for 4:30 Center. pm forEach agesclass 9-18 a o 27. and adventurous agesages 12-189-12; are Triple Play, Y sessions a that begin Tuesdays and Thursdays. There are h morning Jan. 31 to apply Tech Career Launch, 4 pmwill for ages 9-18 encouraged forClub, this year’s Space Camp. Youth ns at 5 & 6 p.m. ot that begins at 9 & 10 a.m., and evening sessions

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B ss experience, imagine and interact through Space Shuttle mission The cost is $80 per month per student. le Register is now being simulations, tours of the center and the chance to witness firsts i acceptable at the Youth Center. Call 963-5684 for more details. Youth January Sports Programs nn hand the everyday challenges faced by astronauts. The camp is e T Jan. 10, 17,week 24 & Youth Tennis Lessons, 5-6Allpm an inspiring of 31 fun and enriching space activities. lodgY.E.S. ing, after arrivalSmart at camp will be centrally Jan.meals 13 and activity fees Basketball Start, ages 5-8, 6-7 pm; cheerleaders, 6-7 pm The Youth Employment Skills (YES) program is an on-base youth funded at no cost to the participants. Airline or personal vehicle Tuesdays FitFactor Challenge, 3-4 pm volunteer program, underwritten by the Air Force Aid Society travel costs and spending money for miscellaneous expenses are Wednesdays FitFactor Log in, 3-4 p.m. the responsibility of each student. Application packages for camp (AFAS). The focus of the program is to offer high school students of Thursdays Basketball, agesBase. 5-8,March 5:30 –9 is 6:30 are available at Youth Programs on the Air the pm active duty Airmen and Officers an opportunity to learn valuable final day to submit a package. For more information on10 theam camp work skills. In a joint effort between AFAS and Air Force Youth Fridays Homeschooler’s Fitness, Programs, students "bank" dollar credits toward their post-secondary or the application process, stop by Youth Programs or call5-8, 9-10 Saturdays Basketball Smart Start, ages am; cheerleaders, 10-11 am education. YES allows high school freshman through seniors to 963-5684. "bank" $2 in grant funding for every hour volunteered in an on-base Baby-sitting Course function, to a maximum of 500 hours of credit. Students may accuYouth Leadership Camp The next baby-sitting certification for youth ages 11-16 ismulate Saturday, Jan.as21, to 6freshman pm at Air Base Youth as much 500from hours noon over their through senior The Air Force Leadership Camp is now accepting applications for years, for a potential maximum of $1,000 toward their future vocaCenter. costThe forAir theForce course is $45Camp for members; $50 for non-members. This is a Red Cross-certified course. their 2012The session. Leadership is conducted tional, technical, or academic endeavors. The program is limited to Participants learnJuly how9-13. to be responsible sittersresby providing basic child care, how to care for common injuat the Universitywill of Texas, This camp is a five-day 100 participants or $50,000. In addition, the base will be credited idential program that provides youth a glimpse of what university ries and the correct way to respond to emergencies. Because is limited, registration is required. withclass $1 tosize be used in supportadvance of base Youth Program enhancements life is like while developing their leadership skills. Activities will to $10,000 to perregister year.) Student volunteer dollar information. credits will be disYouth are asked to bring their lunch and own snacks. Call(up963-5684 or for additional include team building, high/low ropes course, conflict resolution, persed in grant form upon verification of high school graduation and public speaking and more. All lodging, meals and activity fees enrollment in a post secondary program. Use of funds is limited to Baseball Registration after arrival at camp will be centrally funded at no cost to the par- tuition, books, fees, and other direct educational expenses. Registration the 2012 JB Charleston Youth Sports T-ball and baseball season begins Feb. 1. The program is ticipants. Airlinefor or personal vehicle travel costs and spending YES provides first-hand experience in the career field of your money for miscellaneous expenses are the responsibility of olds, each $30choice! for children ages 4-12. The cost is $25 for 4 year for youth ages 5 may andinvolve up who are Youth memYour interests medical services,Center flight training, student. Application packages for camp are available at Youth bers, and $40 for non-members ages 5 and up. The seasonhotel runs April through June.telecommunications, The final day to register or restaurant management, recreation,will Programs on the Air Base. March 9 is the final day to submit a meteorology, retailer services, security or WHATEVER YOU be Feb. For 29. more Call information Lee Smithonatthe 963-8326 forapplication more details. package. camp or the CHOOSE TO EXPLORE! YES applications are available at the process, stop by Youth Programs or call 963-5684. AB Youth Center. The Breeze 27

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Airman & Family Readiness Center INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES Learn and practice the skills to successfully interview on Mar. 6 from 9 am to noon. UNLEASHING THE POWER OF A BUDGET Learn how to create a budget and how it can help you accomplish all of your financial goals! Join us on Mar. 7 from 8:30-9:30 am. RESUME I AND COVER LETTER Learn the basics of writing a resume & cover letter. The next class is Mar. 7 from 9 am to noon. TRANSITION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (TAP) WORKSHOP Learn how to transition from the military to civilian life with ease at our TAP workshop on Mar. 13-15. The first three days are from 8 am – 4:30 pm and the fourth day is from 7:30 am to 1:30 pm. EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES COUNSELING We provide information and assistance on educational opportunities. Schedule a half-hour appointment which are available between 1011:30 am on Mar. 13. SPOUSE EMPLOYMENT / SCHOLARSHIP ORIENTATION Learn about free available resources/services i.e. employment, resumes, local job market, scholarships & other job search issues in our orientation set for Mar. 14 from 1011:30 am.

~ on the Air Base ~ Bldg. 500 ~ (843) 963-4406

WORKFORCE SPECIALIST The Airman & Family Readiness Center has a Workforce Specialist available by appointment on Mar. 14 from 10 am to noon who can make job referrals, offer resume and interview assistance, and provide information about educational opportunities for active duty, retirees, dependents, and DoD civilians! ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT BUILDING, MAINTAINING & REPAIRING YOUR CREDIT Whether you want to build, maintain or fix your credit and score, this class will cover every aspect of the credit report and credit scoring. The next one is Mar. 14 from 2:30 to 4 pm. SPOUSE INTRODUCTION TO JB CHARLESTON AIR BASE Join us on Mar. 21 from 9:30-11:30 am for a fun, fast paced introduction to JBC for all military spouses who have PCS'd. Meet other newly-arrived spouses, connect with your unit Key Spouse, and learn where to shop, dine and play in the Lowcountry. Get the information you need to make this your family's best assignment ever! CARING FOR AN AGING PARENT – ELDERCARE Learn to navigate the Eldercare system from the experts! This class is set for Mar. 21 from noon to 2 pm and it identifies agencies, resources and services in our community for our elderly. RESUME II This workshop, offered Mar. 22 from 9-10:30 am or 10:30 to noon, provides professional feedback as you work on your draft resume. Walk away with a completed product.

Please call Airman & Family Readiness Center at (843) 963-4406 to register for classes or more information. All classes are held in Bldg. 500 unless otherwise noted.


Fleet & Family Support Center

~ on the Weapons Station ~ Bldg. 755 ~ (843) 764-7480

OPERATION CLIP & SAVE Come learn how a penny pinching purchaser saves hundreds of $$$$ each month on groceries. Let us teach you how to save money on your groceries by shopping circulars, clipping coupons and searching the web. You will not want to miss out!! Come learn how a savvy shopper saves $$$$ each month by using coupons and shopping places like Walgreens, Rite Aid, CVS, etc. You will not be sorry! Sign up for the next class on Mar. 6 from 5:30-7:30 pm. JOB SEARCH STRATEGIES Relocating with a military member every few years creates career challenges for military spouses, especially being stationed overseas or in remote areas. Job Search Strategies addresses those challenges in workshops that include launching a job search, career planning, resume writing, interview techniques, federal employment information, conducting self-assessments, goal setting, and vocational tests. It provides a variety of services to assist the transitioning military spouse, including libraries, computer tutorial programs, and employment opportunities within the local community. The next workshop is Mar. 7 from 9-11 am.

keep stress at a manageable level! Our next class is being held Mar. 20 from 10-11:30 am. FEDERAL RESUME WRITING Federal Resume writing workshops are offered to assist attendees in fine-tuning their federal resumes, thereby providing them with the best tool possible in their federal job search. Federal employees have the potential to more easily relocate/obtain employment. Additionally, spouses within the federal system receive preference when they PCS with the service member. The next class is Mar. 21 from 9-11 am. MATRI-MONEY This is a financial class for couples discussing the differences in thinking about money situations. The next classes are Mar. 21 and 22 from 6-8 pm. SMOOTH MOVE This workshop will address move-related topics such as who pays what for your move, how to ship your personal property, and what the sponsorship program is. Also available at the workshop are an Fleet and Family Support Center financial counselor and representatives from Housing, Personal Property, Tricare, etc., to answer your questions about your upcoming move. The next class is Mar. 22 from 9 am - noon.

ACCEPTING & NAVIGATING CHANGE WITH LIFE & WORK During these times of employment uncertainty--and life in general, come and MAXIMIZE your potential! Work on improving your coping skills! Make a new start by becoming EXCITED and ENERIGIZED! Join us at your FFSC to explore the #1 Best Seller, "Who Moved My Cheese?" by Dr. Spencer Johnson. It is TIME for a CHANGE! WHEN? NOW! Our next class is being held Mar. 13 from 10-11:30 am.

BASIC RESUME WRITING Basic Resume Writing workshops are offered to assist attendees in completing a professional looking resume. A resume is a marketing document that communicates a purpose and represents your best self. It should not be your job description, but rather it should focus on your accomplishments. The next workshop is set for Mar. 27 from 10-11 am.

NAVIGATING OPERATIONAL STRESS We experience stress every day. Learn techniques to slow down, take a deep breath, prioritize, and relax. Learn to bounce back, enjoy your holidays and

COUPON EXCHANGE The Fleet and Family Support Center, Bldg 755, has a coupon exchange station that is open to all ranks. Bring in your unused coupons between 8 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday and help yourself to coupons for you and your family.

Please call Fleet and Family Support Center at (843) 764-7480 to register for classes or more information. All classes are held in Bldg. 755 unless otherwise stated.

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Friday, Mar. 2, 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Mar. 4, 2 p.m. Sunday, April 1, 2 p.m. Rated PG (120 min.)



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Saturday, Mar. 17, 5 p.m. Sunday, Mar. 18, 2 p.m. Rated PG (98 min.)

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Friday, Mar. 30, 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Mar. 31, 7:30 p.m. Rated PG-13 (117 min.)

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03-02-2012 The Breeze (Joint Base Charleston)  

Published by Joint Base Charleston 628th Force Support Marketing 102 N Davis Drive, Bldg 322 - Ste 105, Charleston AFB, 29404. Call (843) 96...