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Vol. 4, No. 3 March 2012

Camp -Humphreys, Republic of Korea

Strong Family

Inside This Months Issue:

Youth Sports Hunt for the G ld NEW SKIES Information area3mwrmarketing@korea.army.mil Send us Your Photos For Our Publications

http://humphreys.korea.army.mil USAG-Humphreys Official Web Site

www.mwrkorea.com News on ALL FMWR Programs in Korea


Army Community Service, Camp Humphreys February 2012 Calender by Program Army Volunteer Corps & Army Family Action Plan (753-3266) Mar 12 @ 1000

Volunteer OPOC Training @ FRC

Army Family Mar 2 @ 0930 Mar 5 @ 0930 Mar 7 @ 0900 Mar 8 @ 1000 Mar 9 @ 0830 Mar 12 @ 0900 Mar 12 @ 0900 Mar 13 @ 0900 Mar 16 @ 0900 Mar 27 @ 1130

Team Building & Deployment Readiness (753-7439) NEO Preparation Training for Family Members, ACS Key Caller Training, ACS Family Readiness Support Assistant Training, ACS FRG Meet &Greet, ACS Family Readiness Group Training, ACS Care Team’s Training, ACS AFTB Level 3 (Part 1), ACS AFTB Level 3 (Part 2), ACS AFTB Concept Block- Change Can be Good, ACS AFTB Professional Development, ACS

Army Volunteer Corps & Army Family Action Plan (753-3266) Mar 12 @ 1000

Volunteer OPOC Training @ FRC

Exceptional Family Member Program (753-6277) Mar 7 @ 1330 Mar 13 @ 1100 Mar 14 @ 1730 Mar 19 @ 1030 Mar 20 @ 1830 Mar 21 @ 1000

Respite Care Seminar @ ACS A to Z EFMP Self Help Support Group @ FRC Aqua Fit Gym Time @ Super Gym EFMP Respite Care On-Line Training & Respite Care Providers Package Review @ ACS Free Bowling Night @ Strike Zone EFMP Coffee Social @ Starbucks

New Parent Support Program (753-6287) Mar 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 @ 0900 Mar 2 @ 1300 Mar 5, 12, 19, 26 @ 1000 Mar 13 @ 1200 Mar 15 @ 1300 Mar 20 @ 1300 2

Romp & Stomp, Zoeckler Gym Childbirth Class for January, ACS Playgroup, Zoeckler Gym Postpartum Pleasantries, ACS Newborn Care, ACS Breastfeeding Basics, ACS


Master Resiliency Training Please call to sign up- 753-7439 28 MAR, 0830-1530 29 MAR, 0830-1530

Module One: MRT Introduction Unit One: Resilience and the MRT Competencies Unit Two: Hunt the Good Stuff Module Two: Building Mental Toughness Unit One: Activating Events, Thoughts & the Consequence (ATC Model) Unit Two: Avoiding Thinking Traps Unit Three: Detect Icebergs

Module Two: Building Mental Toughness Unit Four: Energy Management Unit Five: Problem Solving Unit Six: Put It in Perspective Unit Seven: Real-time Resilience

30 MAR 0830-1530

Module Three: Building Character Strengths Unit One: Identify Strengths in Self and Others Unit Two: Use Strengths and Challenges

Module Four: Building Strong Relationships Unit One: Assertive Communication Unit Two: Active Constructive Responding and Praise Closing Thoughts and Big Themes

Family Advocacy Program (753-6252) Mar 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 @ 1330 Mar 6, 13, 20, 27 @ 1330 Mar 6, 13, 20, 27 @ 1530 Mar 8 @ 1000 Mar 7, 21, 28 @ 1330 Mar 14 @ 1000 Mar 15 @ 1000 Mar 15 @ 1800 Mar 20 @ 1730 Mar 29 @ 1500

Anger & Stress Management E5-E9/Officers/Civilians @ ACS Communication Skills Class @ ACS New Leaders Mandatory Family Advocacy Program Brief, ACS Parenting 1-4 Year Olds - Children & Safety, ACS Anger & Stress Management E1-E4 @ ACS, (No class on 2nd Wed of each month) Parents Children & Divorce- Separating and Adjusting, ACS Parenting 5-12 Year Olds – Internet Safety & Bullying, ACS Single Parents Support Group- Home Alone Planning, ACS The Marriage Garden, ACS Parenting Teenagers - Internet Predators, ACS

Employment Readiness Program (753-8321) Mar 2@ 1200 Mar 6 @ 0900 Mar 9 @ 1500 Mar 13 @ 0900 Mar 16 @ 0900 Mar 21 @ 0900

Lunch & Learn- ‘Thank you’, ‘Merci’, ‘Kamsa Hamnida’, FRC Creating a Winning Resume, FRC Professional Development, FRC Interview Magic, FRC Employment Opportunities Overview for Newcomers, FRC Federal Resume Preparation, FRC

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Relocation Readiness Program (753-8804/8318) Mar 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 @1000 Mar 5, 12, 19, 26 @ 0930 Mar 6, 13, 20, 27 @1000 Mar 6, 13, 20, 27 @ 0830 Mar 7, 14, 21, 28 @ 0930 Mar 7, 14, 21, 28 @ 1200 Mar 7 @ 1330 Mar 14, 1800 Mar 16 @ 1300 Mar 21 @ 1330 Mar 23 @ 0930 Mar 27 @ 1500

Korean Language class- Intermediate, ACS International Spouses Basic English Language Instruction, ACS Korean Language Class- Basic, ACS Newcomers Orientation, Super Gym International Spouses Advanced English Language Instruction, ACS Lunch Box Learning About Korea, ACS Waiting Spouse Support Group, FRC Pets & PCS’ing, ACS Lobby ‘Be a Better Sponsor’ class, ACS Re-Entry Workshop, ACS Lobby Filling In the Blanks- Immigration Forms class, ACS International Spouses Exchange – Spring Recipes, FRC

Financial Readiness Program (753-8403/7479) Mar 5, 12, 19, 26 @ 0830 Mar 7 @ 1300 Mar 13 @ 1300 Mar 14 @ 1300 Mar 21 @ 1300 Mar 20 @1300 Mar 26 @ 1300 Mar 27 @ 1300

Mar 7 @ 1300-1400 Mar 21 @ 0900-1100 Mar 21 @ 1330-1530 Mar 27 @ 1300-1400

Personal Financial Readiness Training for First Term Car Buying @ FRC Planning a Budget, FRC Money Management, FRC Credit Management & Using Credit Wisely, FRC First Time Home Buyer Class, FRC First Term PCS “Money & Moving”, FRC Thrift Savings Plan & Basic Investment Class, FRC

Soldiers, FRC

Additional offerings (753-8401)

Steps to a Home Based Business @ ACS EEO/POSH Training (Non Supervisory) @ ACS EEO/POSH Training (Supervisory) @ ACS Steps to a Home Based Business @ ACS

Offered upon Request

Rear Detachment Commander Training, 753-7439 Pre Deployment Training, 753-7439 Checkbook and Debit Cards Management, 753-8403 Cultural Mediation Services, 753-8804

Humphreys Main ACS Bldg. 311 Director: Suzanne James 753-8401 TTY Hearing Impaired 753-3081

Humphreys ACS Family Readiness Center Bldg. 1127 TTY Hearing Impaired 753-3082 Coordinator: Philip Chang 753-6522/8321

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Suwon ACS Bldg. 2200 Bill Spearman 788-5024 TTY Hearing Impaired 788-4880

acs3@korea.army.mil Information & Referral 753-8401/6761


Child, Youth & School Services *Light snack will be provided. NO FULL MEAL.

All dates for PDN with the red (S) are dates that correspond with Tommy D’s Sophisticated Saturday!

Parent Education

12 March 1500-1600 Parent Child Abuse Prevention Education @ CDC 28 March 1130-1230 Teaching Children Responsibilities @ CDC

CDC -Bldg. 693 Hyacinth Smith 753-8601

School Age Center -Bldg. 570 753-8507

Parent Central Services -Bldg. 570 Yeji Smith 753-3414 5


Child Development Center Babysitting List CYS Services is the place where you can find responsible & reliable teen babysitter in the community. To get the babysitting list, visit Bldg. 570 and bring photo I.D. with you. This list will not be given via e-mail. To obtain list please call 753 - 8274

Help make us better and take a quick and easy survey. Want to see new hours of operation? Want to improve the quality of service? Want to take more trips? Well then take the survey already!!

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/cyss-2012

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Next scheduled PAC meeting is March 21, 2012

Child Development Center Bldg S-570 Monday- Friday 9 am- 6 pm 753-3413/5973 Yeji H. Smith Registration membership is currently FREE courtesy of the Army Family Covenant

Parent Central Office, School Age Center Building #570

To register for CYSS Programs: 1. Obtain a program registration packet at the CDC ( Bldg. S-693), School Age Services ( Bldg. 570), or online at https://www.humphreys.cysskorea.com 2. Please call 753 - 3414 / 5973 to make an appointment, registration can take up to 30 minutes. 3. WE DO NOT ACCEPT WALK-INS.

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Happy Birthday

MARCH

Dorothy R. Tomlinson Savannah C. Lopez Landon S. Paul Yesung J. Kim Tyler Mcken Angela B. Schlecht Ebony Madrid LeDaviah V. Terry Regan M. Boylan Lennon Chandler Jr. Asaih D. Williams Xavier M. Klimek Nicholas VanDusen Dayjah I. Tull Maly Collins Ethan A. Mejia Valentina M. Vongphachanh Christian R. Lee Samuel K. Douglas Lilly S. Krodel James Collins Logan W. Varney Leo James A. Muna Jaden K. Patsel Victoria S. DeBoer David E. Ogle Travis L. Caskey Athena Ayame N. Sales Madison Motley Christina J. Huang Cordelia F. Howe Julia E. VanDusen Caleb M. VanArsdall Jai M. Medwick Vanessa L. Lopez Ryan J. Ritter Mario J. Nivar Khalil R. Osborne Darrell Davis III Victor M. Rivera Aeron M. Stahl Stefan Eubank Audriyanna L. Lockhart Amani N. Murillo Tyrell Johnson Kelvin I. Tomlinson Jr. Anabella R. Phillips Michael A. Stafford Jason P.L. Thompson Cayden A. Blackhorse Bathenay J. Matheny Kiera H. Williams Sharon A. Murphy Noah Jordan Brandon A. Julian Jaelin K. Thomas Adeline N. Zundel Maiya B. Jansen Olivia J. Lee Matthew D. Owen Charlene B. Wong Theodore K. Pena Dylan S. Hon Jaxson A. Hinson Elizabeth J. Nagel Alexander E. Wells Christian Allen Gabriel J. Ferido Paradise Jackson Benjamin J. Nagel

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For more information please contact the School Liaison @ 753 - 8274


Youth Sports

Youth Sports Director Bradley Ficek 753 - 5602

Youth Running Club:

Two of our original volunteer coaches from the Humphreys Road Runners, Nathan and Sarah Stahl, will be moving away from the community this summer. Youth Sports and the Humphreys Road Runners Youth Running Club need your help. We are seeking volunteers to help facilitate running club workouts. Interested participants should contact Youth Sports at 753-5601. The Humphreys Road Runners will meet 1700-1800 on Tuesdays and Thursdays at the Super Gym during the month of March. Children and youth 8 years old and up are encouraged to participate. Children under 8 may participate, but parent participation is required too. Registration is free for this year-long fitness program. You can sign-up for the club at one of the training sessions or visit the Youth Sports Office (BLDG #111).

Baseball/Softball/T-ball: Youth Sports is still seeking volunteers for head coaching and assistant coaching positions for baseball, girls slow pitch softball, and t-ball. If you are interested in volunteering, please contact Youth Sports at 753-5601.

Indoor Soccer:

Registration for Spring Youth Indoor Soccer Camp will take place 1-30 March. Register at the Parent Central Office (BLDG #570). For registration information contact Parent Central at 753-3413. Registration will be open to boys and girls ages 10 and above (10 to 18 years old). The camp will consist of clinics, practices and games and will start after Spring Break and run through the beginning of June. The camp is $30. For information about the Youth Soccer Camp, contact Youth Sports at 753-5601. Youth Sports is also looking for volunteers to help with Indoor Soccer Camp. 10


Youth Center MONEY MATTERS

Money Matters is a program that was designed by Boys and Girls of America to help youth grades 6-12 how to manage their finances. The class will be designed around our youth to make them better equipped to handle money and to show them how to successfully save and make long/short term financial goals.

Location: Youth Center Bldg 427 DSN: 753-5614 When: Every Thursday during the month of March Time: 1600-1700 Sponsored by CYS Services and Army Community Service

USAG HUMPHREYS YOUTH CENTER

March 10th 1000-1700 $10 BLDG 427 ď‚&#x; DSN 753-5614

Last Day to sign up for Field Trip to Seoul 63 Building is 8 March 11


Power Hour: Offered every Monday through Friday 2:30-4:00. Start Smart: The Start Smart Sports Development Program, is a physical education class that involves the SAC and YC working together. Youth of the Month: A monthly assembly is held honoring one YC youth carefully selected from our seven departments: Kids Corner, Athletics, Social Recreation, Arts, Scholars, Teen and Service. Smart Girls: Designed to encourage healthy attitudes and lifestyles that will enable early adolescent girls to develop to their full potential.  1600-1700 / Free

Free

Rock Climbing, Racquetball, Basketball, Swimming Sign up the day of!

1630-1930

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Woman’s History Handouts @ PX:

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Movie Night: FREE popcorn! Show starts at 1700! We will be watching The Cat in the Hat and Horton Hears a Who! Fitness Day @ the Super Gym:

Passport to Manhood: Represents a targeted effort to engage young boys in discussions and activities that reinforce character, leadership and positive behavior.  1600-1700 / Free

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Youth Gym

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Arts & Crafts: Woman's History

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BGCA Keystone & Torch Club

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Arts & Crafts: Woman's History

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4-H Tech Club

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Arts & Crafts: Clovers for St. Patrick's Day

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Youth Sponsorship

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Open Rec

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Woman's History handouts @ P.X.

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Woman's History Lesson

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Arts & Crafts: Bracelet Making

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Youth of the Month

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Vent Session!

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Arts & Crafts: Decorations for the dance

YOUTH CENTER BLDG 427  DSN 753-5614

Kinect Dance Central

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Passport to Manhood

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Start Smart: Basketball

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Youth Gym

Smart Girls!

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Wishing KinectTree Adventures

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Fitness Day @ the Super Gym

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St. Patrick’s Day Dance

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Seoul 63 Building

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2X Movie Night: Dr Seuss Movies

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MARCH 2012

USAG HUMPHREYS YOUTH CENTER EVENTS


Youth Center Events HUMPHREYS YOUTH CENTER

BLDG 427 • DSN 753-5614 USAG HUMPHREYS YOUTH CENTER

BLDG 427  DSN 753-5614

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Classes Offered Babysitter Training, Ballet,

School Age Center, Bldg. S-570, 7 & 21 April, 0800-1430, 12-18 yrs old

Child Development Center, Bldg. S-693, Tuesdays, 1200-1245 (3-5 yrs old), $40/month; Community Activity Center (CAC), Bldg. S-110, Tuesdays, 1500-1555, 5 yrs old & up, $50/month

Gymbugs,

Child Development Center, Bldg. S-593, Thursdays, 0915-1000 (3 -5 yrs old), $25/month

Gymnastics,

Rec Annex, Bldg. S-111, Tuesdays or Thursdays, 1515-1600 (6 yrs old & up), 1615-1700 (3-5 yrs old), , $40/month Tuesdays & Thursdays, 1515-1600 (6 yrs old & up), 1615-1700 (3-5 yrs old, $60/month) Fridays, 0915-1000 (Mom & me), $30/month

Hai Dong Kum Do,

Tuesdays & Thursdays, School Age Center, Bldg. S-570, 1440-1540, 5 yrs & up, $45/month

Korean Language and Culture, Piano,

Rec Annex, Bldg. S-111, Wednesdays, 1500-1540, $40/month

Mondays-Fridays, Rec Annex, Bldg. S-111, 30 minutes per session, once a week, 1500-1800, 5 yrs old & up, $60/month; Mom & Me, $120/month

Sing & Dance With Me,

Tuesdays, Rec Annex, Bldg. S-111, 1000-1100, Infants

to 3 yrs. old, FREE

Tae Kwon Do,

Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays, $60/month 1455-1540 (K - 5 yrs. old), Child Development Center, Bldg. S-693 1600-1645 (1st-2nd gr) & 1700-1745 (3rd gr & up), School Age Center, Bldg. S-570

Coming Soon‌ Break Dancing, Cooking, Creative Dance, Sewing, Project Runway-Humphreys To enroll in any of the classes, please stop by Parent Central Services, Bldg. S-570. For more information, please call Maribel Kagawa @ 753-5612/3413/5973.

Instructors are needed for the following classes: Dance (Hip Hop, Modern, Jazz, Tap) & Tutoring (Algebra 1&2, Geometry & SAT Prep.) 14


March 2012

Operation Hours: Mon-Fri: 1100-2100, Sat&Sun: 1000-2100, Korean Holiday: Closed, For more Information:753-6706

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* Class registration and payment is required at least 4days prior. * There is minimum number of participants(2-3 people depending on the class), otherwise the class will be canceled.

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Sculpting 1300-1500 Korean Painting 1800-1900, $30.00 4 sessions

Pendant Making 1100-1200, $30.00 for 4 sessions Jewelry Crafting 1800-1900, $30.00 for 4 sessions

Children’s Art 1600-1700, $5.00

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Fruit Carving 1300-1500 $50.00 for 2 sessions

Matting & Framing 1800-1900, $10.00

Drawing 1100-1230 Oil Painting 1300-1500

Metal Stamping 1100-1200, $30.00 for 4 sessions Pressed Flower 1800-1900, $30.00 for 4 sessions

Sculpting 1300-1500 Korean Painting 1800-1900, $30.00

Pendant Making 1100-1200, $30.00 Jewelry Crafting 1800-1900, $30.00

Clay Pot Making for Kids 1600-1700, $5.00

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Fruit Carving 1300-1500 $50.00 for 2 sessions

Matting & Framing 1800-1900, $10.00

Drawing 1100-1230 Oil Painting 1300-1500

Metal Stamping 1100-1200, $30.00 Pressed Flower 1800-1900, $30.00

Sculpting 1300-1500 Korean Painting 1800-1900, $30.00

Trip to “Happy Quilt”,1300-1600 $10.00 Jewelry Crafting 1800-1900, $30.00

National Quilting Day Pin Cushion Making 1400-1500, $5.00 St. Patrick’s Day Lucky Charm Making for Kids 1600-1700, $5.00

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Wire Candle Holder Making 1500-1600, $5.00

Matting & Framing 1800-1900, $10.00

Drawing 1100-1230 Oil Painting 1300-1500

Metal Stamping 1100-1200, $30.00 Pressed Flower 1800-1900, $30.00

Sculpting 1300-1500 Korean Painting 1800-1900, $30.00

Pendant Making 1100-1200, $30.00 Jewelry Crafting 1800-1900, $30.00

Children’s Art 1600-1700, $5.00

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Matting & Framing 1800-1900, $10.00

Drawing 1100-1230 Oil Painting 1300-1500

Metal Stamping 1100-1200, $30.00 Pressed Flower 1800-1900, $30.00

Sculpting 1300-1500 Korean Painting 1800-1900, $30.00

Pendant Making 1100-1200, $30.00 Jewelry Crafting 1800-1900, $30.00

Children’s Art 1600-1700, $5.00

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Ribbon Crafting Hair Accessory 1500-1600, $5.00

Every Saturday

Doors Open at 1200 Card Sales at 1230

March 2012

Early Bird & Regular Games Start at 1300 $1000 & $3000 Progressive Jackpots 17 games (including Early Birds)

Open to all USFK ID CARD HOLDERS

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Family Nite

Tuesdays, 1700-2030

Family-Size Bowl of Spaghetti & Meatballs $19.95 Buddy Bowl for Two - $14.95

Pasta Buffet

Wednesdays, 1700-2030 $11.95, Kids $4.95

All-You-Can-Eat You Pick The Ingredients, We Cook It For You

Mongolian BBQ

Thursdays 1700-2030

All-You-Can-Eat - $14.95 Kids $4.95 You Pick the Ingredients, We Cook It

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Family Strong

Is a monthly publication of the Directorate of Family & MWR Activities, USAG-Humphreys & Area III Republic of Korea & is published under authority of AR 215-1. Opinions expressed herein are not necessarily those of the U.S. Army or any agency thereof. Use of a Commercial name or Advertiser does not constitute endorsement. Questions should be directed to:

Editor, Jeff Hubbard at

jeffrey.a.hubbard15naf.@mail.mil

t r h o f e G ld t n u H Hello again tis time for ye to be feelin’ lucky. I have hidden my pots-o-gold again this year. Each week I will be givin’ out me clues in search of me gold. Tif ye are lucky and stumble across them bring the pot to me at Garrison HQ Bldg. 1280 to me fellow Marketing team and you will be rewarded. Clues can be found in the weekly Flash, Notes from the Garrison, Facebook, and PX Marquee. Good luck to ye!

Family Strong reserves the right to accept or reject items.

The search is on.

USAG-Humphreys Area III Commander COL Joseph P. Moore Deputy to the Garrison Commander Dave Frodsham Command Sergeant Major CSM Spencer L. Gray Director, Family & MWR Activities Don Claycomb Marketing Chief Mike Mooney Family Strong Editor and Design Jeff Hubbard Staff Chong, So-Kyong, Yu, Tae-Yol, Lee, Jiseon Social Media Editor Richard Kim Design Chief Bill Cottrell

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