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Camp Humphreys Family & MWR

Week of July 10-17

WEEKLY Upcoming events JULY 14-Mommy & Me Tea, Tommy D’s (Full) 14-Paintball Tournament, Pappy’s Range 14-Boryeong Mud Festival, Outdoor Rec 14-Boryeong Mud Festival, Discover Seoul 14-15 – Area III Softball, Soldier Field 17-Youth Center to Boryeong Mud Festival 20-ACS Birthday 20-CYSS Everland & Caribbean Bay Trip 21-Christmas in July, Alaska Mining Co., 1030 21-Open Paintball, Pappy’s Range 21- Boryeong Mud Festival, Outdoor Rec 24-25 – KATUSA Softball Tournament 27-28 – Two-Day Camping Trip Beacon Hill 27-Discover Seoul Trip to Yeosu Expo 27-Immigration Workshop, ACS 27-King of the Grill Entry Deadline 27-28 – Babysitter’s Certification Course 28-Youth Dance at Tommy D’s 29-Doggy Happy Hour, Housing Dog Park

AUGUST 1-31 – Youth Soccer & Flag-Football Registration 1-31 – Post-Level Flag Football and Soccer Tryouts 1-Families of the Year Nominations Open 4 – Tommy D’s Hole in the Wall, 2000 4-Father-Son Adventure Day, Strike Zone 4-King of the Grill Contest, Strike Zone Parking Lot 4-7 –Summer Basketball Tournament 4 & 25 – Youth Sports Physicals 6-10-SKIES Gymnastics Camp 12-Soccer Rules Clinic, Super Gym 15-Idol’s World Tour, Super Gym 17-CYSS Asan Spavis Trip 19-Flag Football Rules Clinic, Super Gym 20-Intramural Soccer Entry Deadline 25-26 – Pre-Season Soccer Tournament 25-31 – Area III Tennis Tournament 28-Intramural Flag Football Entry Deadline

SEPTEMBER 1-2 – Pre-Season Flag Football 6-Information Fair, Zoeckler Gym 1-Tommy D’s Hole in the Wall 8-Fall Triathlon, Splish & Splash 8-Make a Difference Day 9-Last Day for Splish & Splash 15-BGCA Kid’s Day, Zoeckler Sports Field 15-Korean-US Billiards, CAC 21-Annual Community Job Fair 22-BOSS Han River Cruise 29-Oct 1 – Chusok

Time to get dirty or go to Jail Everyone – Camp Humphreys Outdoor Rec, Discover Seoul in the CAC, BOSS and ITT at Osan AB – converge on the city of Boryeong this Saturday (July 14) for the opening of the annual Boryeong Mud Festival – a place where you either get dirty or end up in the Mud Jail. The Youth Center (Middle School & Teens) will visit Boryeong on July 17, and Outdoor Rec, Discover Seoul and ITT also have another trip planned for July 21. Long known for its Mud Beauty products, the small city has built the Mud Festival into an international event that draws people from all over the world for the chance to wrestle in the mud pool, go down the mud slide or join one of the many mud fights where the bottom line is “get dirty.” Whichever agency you pick for your trip, make sure to take Korean won for food, souvenirs and activities, a towel, a change of clothes and your camera. Call Outdoor Rec (753-3013), Discover Seoul (753-8059), BOSS (753-8970) or ITT (7844254) for details and reservations. If you want to learn more about the Boryeong Mud Festival, go to www.mudfestival.or.kr.

Splish & Splash second-half passes on sale Season passes for the second half of the Splish & Splash season are now on sale at the Water Park. The passes are good for daily admission from Sunday, July 16, through the end of the season, September 9. Individual passes are priced at $37.50, while both the US Family Pass and the Korean Employee Weekday pass are $75. The Daily Fee for Splish & Splash is $5 for an Individual and $10 for US Families. Guests are $15 each. The park is open from 1200-2000 Monday-Thursday and 1100-2000 Friday-Sunday and US Holidays.

This Upcoming Events calendar is the Latest Update on Family & MWR events. If an activity advertised in the monthly Happenings is not listed, it has been changed, rescheduled or cancelled. If you have any question, please contact Family & MWR Marketing Chief Mike Mooney at 754-8257 (031-619-8257) (010-9493-6235)


Paintball Tournament Saturday You, too, can get harmlessly shot in the head by an orange paintball at the new All-Weather Pappy’s Paintball Range this Saturday (July 14) and next Saturday (July 21). This week it’s a Squad Assault while next week is Open Play. The range is located off the Perimeter Road just west of Zoeckler Station and is covered in field turf – the same artificial surface found on Humphreys Sports Fields. Cost for either Saturday is $25 per person which includes your helmet, gun and 500 paintball rounds. You can enter Saturday’s tournament as an Individual or 5-person squad. Play starts at 1100 and is expected to last until at least 1600. Next Saturday’s Open Play is scheduled for 1400-1700. If you plan to bring a group or if a Unit wants to schedule play, please call Outdoor Rec at 753-3013 (031-690-3013) and we will accommodate you.

News of note … MOMMIE & ME TEA – The annual Mommie & Me Tea scheduled for this Saturday from 1400-1600 at Tommy D’s is SOLD OUT but names are still being taken for a waiting list in case anyone cancels. Please send your name and contact information to lisa.j.hogue.naf@mail.mil KING OF THE GRILL – Entries are now being accepted for the annual King of the Grill Contest scheduled for Saturday, Aug 4 at the Alaska Mining Co. parking lot. Entry deadline is July 27. See the July issue of Happenings magazine (page 15) for entry details and rules or call 754-3101 (031-619-3101). WIN A VACATION -- Find your perfect match when you play the “Great Getaways” game at www.AFRCresorts.com. Authorized Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation (MWR) patrons have an opportunity to win one of four all-inclusive “Great Getaways” vacation packages to an Armed Forces Recreation Center (AFRC). To enter the “Great Getaways Vacation Sweepstakes”, eligible patrons must visit www.AFRCresorts.com, register for a chance to win and play the online memory-match game.

Rugby players needed The Humphreys Brewsers are seeking people who want to try their hand at playing Rugby. The Brewsers practice at the Zoeckler Field on Thursdays and play games against both military and civilian clubs throughout Korea. If you’re interested, please contact Steven Blighton at 010-3630-5940 or 010-8562-8820, E-mail Tiffanyblighton@live.com or brewsersrugby@gmail.com.

SUMMER READING PROGRAM – A new Summer Reading program for children in grades K-3 is being held Fridays from 1000-1130 at the Post Library. The program is called Reading is Delicious and will continue meeting on Fridays through July 27. Call 753-8817 (031-690-8817) for further details. YEOSU EXPO – Discover Seoul located at the Camp Humphreys Community Activity Center, has a limited number of tickets available to the Yeosu Expo on Friday, July 27. The cost is $125 for adults and $95 for children and includes roundtrip Bullet Train, Entrance and an English-Speaking Guide. Call 753-8059 (031-690-8059) for details. DOG PHOTOS – Family & MWR Marketing is looking for high resolution photos of your dog to run in the August Happenings magazine. Each year, Area III FMWR Celebrates the Dog Days of Summer by running photos of our pooches in its various publications. Photos should be sent no later than July 15 to Richard.cho.kim@us.army.mil. Photos need to be high definition jpegs. Also, because of the number of photos normally received, we ask you to limit your submissions to no more than two photos per dog.

Snow & Santa on the way! Santa is cutting short his Caribbean vacation to come to Camp Humphreys Saturday, July 21, for the annual Christmas in July Celebration. And, of course, with Santa coming there has to be Snow! Yes, that’s right! It’s going to Snow at the Alaska Mining Co. Santa and the Snow are scheduled to arrive at 1030. Santa will pose for free photos of the Kids and Families and accept early Christmas lists from 1030-1300. By the way: If it doesn’t snow, the Breakfast Buffet will be free. Photos will be posted on the Marketing & Humphreys Facebook pages for easy retrieval.

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