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Strong Family

Vol. 3, No. 7 July 2011

Camp -Humphreys, Republic of Korea

In This Month’s Issue:

C h r i s t m a s July 4th of July EFMP Awareness Luau

Now Forming: Youth Bowling Programs Send us Your Photos For Our Publications USAG-Humphreys Official Web Site News on ALL FMWR Programs in Korea

Army Community Service Employment Readiness Program (753-8321) Jul 5 @ 0900 Jul 8 @ 1500 Jul 12 @ 0900 Jul 20 @ 0900 Jul 22 @ 0900

Creating a Winning Resume @ FRC Professional Development @ FRC Interview Magic @ FRC Federal Resume Preparation @ FRC Employment Opportunities Overview for Newcomers @ FRC

Army Family Team Building & Deployment Readiness (753-7439) Jul 5 @ 1300 Jul 8 @ 1300 Jul 12 @ 0900 Jul 13 @ 0900 Jul 14 @ 0900 Jul 21 @ 0830 Jul 26 @ 1300 Jul 28 @ 0900

Key Caller Training @ ACS NEO Preparation Training for Family Members@ ACS AFTB Level 1 (Part 1) @ ACS AFTB Level 1 (Part 2) @ ACS Family Readiness Support Assistant Training @ ACS Family Readiness Group Training@ ACS RESET Training (Reintegration for family members) @ ACS Care Team’s Training @ ACS

Exceptional Family Member Program (753-6277)

July 6 @ 1130 July 6 @ 1330 Jul 12 @ 1200 Jul 13 @ 1400 Jul 18 @ 1030 Jul 19 @ 1830 July 20 @ 1000

EFMP Awareness Luau @ ACS

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

Family Advocacy Program (753-6252) Jul 5, 12, 19, 26 @ 1330 Enhancing Relationships & Communication Skills @ ACS Jul 5, 12, 19, 26 @ 1530 New Leaders Mandatory Family Advocacy Program & Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program Brief @ ACS Jul 6 @ 1500 Parenting 1-4 Year Olds @ ACS Jul 6, 20, 27 @ 1330 Anger & Stress Management E1-E4 @ ACS, (No class on 2nd Wed of each month) Jul 7, 14, 21, 28 @ 1330 Anger & Stress Management E5-E9/Civilians @ ACS Jul 7, 14, 21, 28 @ 1400 Anger & Stress Management Officers/Civilians @ ACS Jul 13 @ 1300 FAP Case Review Committee meeting@ ACS Jul 13 @ 1500 Parenting 5-12 Year Olds @ ACS Jul 19 @ 1730 The Marriage Garden @ ACS July 20-22 @ 1800 Emergency Placement Care Training @ ACS Jul 23 @ 0900 Emergency Placement Care Training @ ACS Jul 21 @ 1800 Single Parents Support Group @ ACS Jul 25 @ 1330 Parents, Children, and Divorce @ ACS Jul 28 @ 1500 Parenting Teenagers @ ACS

Army Volunteer Corps & Army Family Action Plan (753-3266) Jul 12 @ 1000 Volunteer OPOC Training @ FRC Jul 18 @ 1800 Volunteer of the 3rd quarter Recognition @ CAC Master Resiliency Training (MRT) for Spouses (753-7439) Please call us, 753-7439! We’d like to conduct MRT based upon your requests in terms of scheduling, dates, times, and location!

wareness Luau @ AC A P M S EF Date- July 6, 2011 Time-1130-1500

Location-ACS bldg #311 (outside), if it rains that day we will move to the youth gym right across from the movie theater. Games- Bouncy house, limbo, sack race, face painting Raffles- bowling tickets, laser tag, splish n splash,and massage tickets Food-Hot dogs, chips, water/caprisonne Information Booths: ACS EFMP CYSS Osan EFMP Health Promotion

SPECIAL OFFERING: FREE CREATIVE WRITING WORKSHOP Poetry * Fiction * Non-fiction (Memoir) There’s a writer in all of us. Get inspired. Unlock your creative talent. Improve a piece you’ve been working on. Find a safe and respectful space to develop as a writer. Discover a community of writers. All Welcome! Wednesday July 13, 20 & 27, 18:00-19:00, Main Army Community Service; Building 311 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

Suwon ACS Bldg. 2200 Bill Spearman 788-5024 TTY Hearing Impaired 788-4880 Information & Referral 753-8401/6761

Child Development Center Bang Jeong Hwan Motto: "Be a brave and genuine child and love and help each other."

CDC Strong Beginnings Boot Camp 2011 For more info. please contact or visit Parent Central @ the CDC Bldg. 693 754-3413/5973 "If you carry your childhood with you, you never become older." - Sir Tom Stoppard

A Warm Welcome Mi J. kang Strong Beginnings Strong Beginnings is a full or part day program designed to build up to Kindergarden and focus on academic excellence which will help children transition to Kindergarden. Using the building blocks children already have, Strong Beginnings refines their skills. This program is designed for 4 and 5 year olds and runs from: 0900 to 1200 each day. Call the CDC for more info. 753-8601

Tamara D. Bogan Parent Date Night Reminder

Parent Date Night will take place on July 15 from 1830 to 2230. A $4.00 fee per hour, with a minimum reservation of 2 hours, is charged to utilize this service. Reservations can be made from July 1st through 8th. Please be sure to indicate the planned drop off and pick up time for your child when calling 753-8601 or stopping in to make a reservation.


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The Parent Advisory Council (PAC) The PAC meeting is scheduled for July 20th at 1200. Please come out to voice ideas, suggestions, and concerns and earn valuable WIN points! The WIN program allows parents to earn points through participating in volunteer opportunities at the CDC. Parents who earn five points may receive a 10% discount off their 1st child's monthly fee for the part day and full day programs. Two free hours for Hourly representative.

Babysitting List CYS Services is the place where you can find

Serve as a board member on the PAC: 5 credits Room representative: 3 credits Field trip chaperone: 3 credits Classroom volunteer (min. 2 hrs): 3 credits Attend a PAC meeting*: 2 credits Bulletin board: 2 credits Reading a story: 1 credit Sharing a talent: 1 credit *(not board members and room representatives) Additional conditions: *Credits are not transferable *Maximum of 5 credits redeemable per month * Coupons resemble discount cash value cash value

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 New Addition WAITLIST Expecting a new addition (or two) to your family? CYS Services has childcare available for new born & infants. Call 753 - 3413 for details

Scholastic Book Club Login and look at the wonderful selection of books in May Book Club flyers! Orders can be placed until May 10th. All orders will be shipped to the CDC and can be picked up in your child’s classroom. Go to and enter our personalized username and password to take advantage of the great selection and prices! USERNAME: HumphreysCDC PARENTS!!! Please Let us know how we are doing. PASSWORD: HumphreysCDC We would like to hear you suggestions, ideas and concerns. Follow the link below and let us know! Coordinator -Bldg. 693 Joon H Auci 753-8284

Trainer and Curriculum Specialist Tamara D. Bogan - 753-8507

CDC Director Leslie Orlowski 753-8601

CDC Administrators Mi J. Kang Mihui Kenyon


Youth Sports

Road Runners Running Club is open. July 19-22 Youth Sports Bocce Ball Camp July 26-29 Youth Sports Baseball Camp August 1-31 Fall Sports Registration: Soccer, Flag Football August 8-12 Youth Sports Soccer Camp August 23-25 Youth Sports Triathlon Camp August 27 Youth Sports Summer Triathlon

Youth Sports Director Bradley Ficek 753-5602

What You Get For Your Child Care Dollar


Did You Know . . .?



Total Family Income Categories $0 - 29,400 $29,401 - 35,700 $35,701 - 46,200 $46,201 - 57,750 $57,751 - 73,500 $73,501 - $85,000 $85,001 - $100,000 $100,001 - $125,000 $125,001+


Part Time*

$210 $278 $338 $408 $478 $544 $546 $550 $556

$162 $212 $260 $312 $360 $406 $424 $434 $444

Part Day Pre-School 5 Day 3 Hr 3 Day 3 Hr 2 Day 3 Hr $86 $52 $36 $132 $78 $54 $160 $94 $66 $192 $114 $78 $224 $134 $92 $254 $152 $102 $262 $154 $108 $264 $156 $110 $266 $158 $112



Total Family Income Categories $0 - 29,400 $29,401 - 35,700 $35,701 - 46,200 $46,201 - 57,750 $57,751 - 73,500 $73,501 - $85,000 $85,001 - $100,000 $100,001 - $125,000 $125,001+

Before/After School $114 $148 $182 $218 $252 $284 $298 $304 $312

Before/After Kindergarten $126 $164 $202 $242 $278 $314 $330 $336 $344

Season Fee

Developmental Sports

Team Sports for Ages 3 - 5


Category A

Soccer, Flag Football, Cheerleading, Basketball, Volleyball, Track & Field, Dodge Ball


Category B

Baseball, Softball, Wrestling

Category C

Tackle Football, Lacrosse, Ice Hockey, Competitive Swimming, Golf, Field Hockey

STANDARD HOURLY RATE: $4.00 (Multiple Child Reductions and Total Family Income Categories do not apply to hourly care)



Your CDC fees provide a safe, secure, learning environment for your child

$45 >= $65

* Category C Sport Fees are locally determined but must be equal to or greater than amount shown OTHER SPORTS NOT LISTED: Contact FMWRC Sports POC to determine appropriate Category

Additional Information



$46 $60 $74 $88 $102 $114 $120 $122 $126

$80 $104 $128 $154 $176 $200 $210 $214 $218

SAS/K Camp (Weekly) $40 $52 $64 $77 $89 $100 $105 $107 $110

OCCASIONAL USER RATES: Hourly Rate: $4.00, limited to 5 hrs./week. Part Time (< or = to 4 hrs./day) $16.00 ; Daily (> 4 hrs.): $30.00 MIDDLE SCHOOL/TEEN OCCASIONAL USER DAILY RATE: $16.00; Hourly Rate: $4.00, limited to 5 hrs./week. (Multiple Child Reductions and Total Income Family Categories do not apply to hourly, part time or daily care)

FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE: Patrons who do not wish to disclose financial information will be placed in Category 9 . MULTIPLE CHILD REDUCTION (MCR): A 15% MCR is offered to the second and subsequent children in all regularly scheduled Army Child Care Programs. (Full fee is charged for the child in the most expensive care option, e.g., Full Day CDC care vs SAS care). A 15% MCR is offered to second and subsequent children in all Youth Sports programs occurring during the same season. LATE PICK-UP FEES: Family fee of $1.00 per minute/$15.00 maximum. Note: If Family has children at different sites, late pick-up fees are assessed per site. *PART TIME CARE: Applies to a specialized part time program; this may include Part Time Kindergarten Care (for children attending a part time [AM or PM] Kindergarten program). MIDDLE SCHOOL/TEEN (MS/T) Before School Supervision Monthly Fee = SAS "Before" Rate.

z Staff are trained to protect, nurture, and teach z Activities promote early learning and school readiness z Facilities have „ Regular fire, safety, health, and program inspections „ Security surveillance equipment to monitor activities „ Force Protection safeguards z Parent involvement is welcome and appreciated

Your CDC fees “go further” because the Army covers much of the cost z You pay your share and the Army funds the difference z Fee discounts are available when more than one child enrolls in CYS Programs z Off-post centers usually charge more for infants, supplies, food, and field trips

Your CDC fees buy… z z z z z

220 to 240 hours of full-day care each month 10 to 12 hours a day Monday through Friday, typically less than $2 an hour 44 nutritious meals and up to 22 snacks Field trips and skills development Two weeks of "child care leave" every year

Your CDC fees help make the military lifestyle a little easier z z z z

Operating hours at convenient locations are geared to the duty day Single facilities offer one-stop care for ages 6 weeks to 5 years Hourly care is available for respite/well-being purposes Services and standards are predictable wherever you're stationed

CDC fees are a GREAT value because your child receives the best care z Army centers are inspected more frequently than those licensed off-post z Most Army centers are nationally accredited; most off-post centers are not z Military Child Care is cited as "A Model for the Nation" by Congress and national experts

All Fees effective 1 October 2010

You and CYS - Investing Together

School Age Services


Next PAC Meeting will be held on the 30Aug @1200-1300.All SAS parents are welcomed to com and share ideas and or concerns related to the School Age Services program. All attendees will receive 1SAS WIN point; once 5 points are collected a 10% discount is applied to the attendeeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s childcare fee for the month. AOO PAC board members receive an automatic 10% monthly discount. Win Points PAC*chair members (president, vice president and secretary) receive a 10% discount on monthly childcare fees. PAC attendees will receive a WIN point for each meeting they attend; once 5 WIN points are collected they will receive a 10% discount on that monthâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s childcare fees.

Undersea Exploration Celebration Please Read!!! There are still many spots available for camp Adventure. Here are some of the upcoming trips----> For more info. Please contact Parent Central 753 - 3414 / 5973 Bldg. 693

Field Trip: Asan Spavis Date: 07 July 2011 Time: 09:00-17:30 What to Bring: Maybe spending won (Please limit to 20,000 won) What is provided: Entrance fee (Include ceramic experience), morning and Afternoon snack, Lunch bag.

Wacky Wild West Hoedown Field Trip: Seoul land Date: 14 July 2011 Time: 09:00-17:30 What to Bring: Maybe spending won (Please limit to 20,000 won) What is provided: Entrance fee , morning snack, Bag lunch and Afternoon snack.

Super Cool Penguins & Polar Bears Field Trip: 63 Building Date: 21 July 2011 Time: 09:00-17:30 What to Bring: Maybe spending won (Please limit to 20,000 won) What is provided: Entrance fee, morning snack, Bag lunch and Afternoon snack. Field Trip: Splish Splash

Malt Shop madness

Date: 28 July 2011 Time: 13:00-17:30 What to Bring: No Money What is provided: Entrance fee , morning snack, lunch and Afternoon snack.

African Savannah Safari Surprise Field Trip: Seoul Land Zoo Date: 04August 2011 Time: 09:00-17:30 What to Bring: Maybe spending won (Please limit to 20,000 won) What is provided: Entrance fee, morning snack, Bag lunch and Afternoon snack.


Happy Birthday

Star Spangled Spirit Spectacular Field Trip: Folk Village Date: 11 August 2011 Time: 09:00-17:30 What to Bring: Maybe spending won (Please limit to 20,000 won) What is provided: Entrance fee, morning snack, Bag lunch and Afternoon snack.

Magical Myths & Ancient Adventures Field Trip: Lotte world Date: 18 August 2011 Time: 09:00-17:30 What to Bring: Maybe spending won (Please limit to 20,000 won) What is provided: Entrance fee, morning snack, Bag lunch and Afternoon snack.

Zooprise Party Parade Field Trip: Zoo (Seoul land) Date: 19 August 2010 Time: 09:00-17:30 What to Bring: Maybe spending won (Please limit to 20,000 won) What is provided: Entrance fee, morning snack, Bag lunch and Afternoon snack.

All Children must be registered with CYSS in order to participate. Parents may reserve hourly care 48 hours in advance.

School Age Services Director Acting Director: YongMi Morrill

SAS/MST Administrative Assistant Vacant 753- 8507

Youth Sports Director Bradley Ficek 753-5602

Technology & Computer Lab Specialist

Vacant 753-8645

Work Force Preparation Specialist Isamar Molina-Osorio 753-5613

If your Child is registered with USAG-Humphreys CYS Services then he or she is also a member of the youth Birthday club. The month of their birthday all youth will receive six FREE coupons for the following MWR services: FREE Kids Meal or $2 off any AMC Meal FREE day of swimming @ Splish n' Splash FREE game of Bowling @ Strike Zone FREE game of Miniature Golf @ Augusta West FREE game of laser tag @ Outdoor Rec. FREE archery lesson @ Outdoor Rec.


Samuel J. Jonasz Christopher A. Carrigan Ethan C. Palumbo Joseph A. Turville Kaylah A. Ellis Tristan T. Proctor Nathaniel James Dimond Gian E. Carlo William A. Knight III Hector Carcana IV Phillip Z. Knight Dillon L. Rix Asia Treasure Wizzart Annemarie Varney Kierstin Whitehead-McGuire Melanie M. Emmons Caitlin Davis Elijah K. Gerstel Cory S. Florence JR. Logan K. Jarvis Danyelle L. Johnson Jonathan E M. Lindsay Baileigh R. Malone Angelica V. Gomez Anthony J. Lozinski Lauryn Nicole Chisolm Santana A. Robinson Kelly Ann Kenyon Brett L. Hoge Devon R. Fontanez Jala A. Hinds Lauren M. Shafer Phil J. Barnes Reggie D. Atkins Donicio J. Chacon Shayne C. Russell Riley D. Myles Theodore G. Rogers Angela R. Holloman Austine M. Van Alstine Gary J. Johnson Felipe I. Del Mauro Zane M. Palumbo Korion M. Salter Benjamin Ferido Eleana L. Young Brian D. Quiroz Stephanie D. Owen Javontae D. Williams Kayla I. Molette Regina D. Woods Breanna M. Drummond Eriq M. Gates Deacon J. Medwick Eva J. Bologna Cameron M. Taylor Joshua Medina Sasuke Anfield Morey M. Lamonda Xavier A. Santos David Saucedo Larry J. Hufford III Sean R. McGraw Tionne D. Atkins Brice A. Bulotoyich Austin T. Chapman Deionte D. Myers Sydnie N. Corlew Peyton W. Arban Haley N. Mclntire Daniel A. Candelario Ameillia L. Rogers Gabriel H. Murray Ariana M. Tyson Nyasha L. Griffin Justine Salazar Gabrielle C. Lim Isreal D. Walters Shawn B. Harris Elijah A. Curley Keon O. Norman Nathan R. Ramos Natalie A. Helser Elena K. Riddle Charlotte S. Tristan Alexander G. Viana Truth D. Robinson Aaron J. Cho Kirsten Taylor Minus Naisha A. Rivers Richard Przybylinski III Tyler K. Sulkowski Caleb C. Massey Tamara F. Shaw Calen J. Massey Jacob Ballard Donna E. Reynolds Yuna O. Kim Kathryn G. Zimmerman Ryleigh A. Long Nicole R. Jordan Damion L. Wilson Trinity A. Williams Braylee D. Turner Catalina Rondon Joey L. Maniago II Natalie C. Williamson Zachary D. Jonasz

Middle School & Teen

What’s Going on this month at the Middle School/Teen center

1 Ping Pong Tournament 2:30-3:30 2 Open Recreation 3 Closed 4 CLOSED – Federal Holiday 5 Pool Tournament 2:30-3:30 6 Air Hockey Tournament 2:30-3:30 7 Youth Gym 8 Leap Frog Races 9 Splish & Splash 5:00-9:00 10 Closed 11 Secret Word Game 12 Laser Tag 3:00-5:00 13 Three Legged Races 14 Arts & Crafts 15 King of the Game

USAG Humphreys Middle School/Teen Center



8th Grader @ HAS Iman is a wonderful youth here at the MST Center! She is very involved in our daily activities as well as juggling here busy school schedules ranging from Student Council, Advisory, NJHS, Volleyball and Basketball!

USAG Humphreys Middle School/Teen Center



6th Grader @ HAS Darian is a wonderful youth here at the center! He is here everyday afterschool and always shows great manners! He just recently earned his green belt in Tae Kwan Do! He enjoys playing video games and hanging out with friends! He participates in a lot of our activities including the Earth Day Clean up! He is a great role model!

MS/TEEN CENTER BLDG 427 • DSN 753-5614

16 Tug O War 17 Closed 18 Arts & Crafts 19 Youth Gym 20 Splish & Splash 5:00-9:00 21 Limbo 22 Popcorn & A Movie 5:00-7:00 23 Youth Gym 24 Closed 25 Baseball Throw Blow Up 26 Back to Back Get Up 27 Arts & Crafts 28 Balloon Burst Dual 29 Youth of the Month Celebration 30 Yuldong Park 9:00-6:00

MS/Teen Center BLDG 427 • DSN 753-5614

Middle School/ Teen January Events USAG Humphreys MS/Teen Center Events



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Secret Word Game


Arts & Crafts– Braided Hemp Bracelets


Baseball Throw Blow Up


Pool Tournament 2:30-3:30


Laser Tag 3:00-5:00


Youth Gym 4:00-6:00


Back to Back Get Up


Air Hockey Tournament 2:30-3:30


Three Legged Races


Splish & Splash 5:00-9:00


Arts & Crafts– Spooky Hallow Decorations


Youth Gym 3:00-5:00


Arts & Crafts– Spooky Hallow Decorations


Leap Frog Races


King of the Game 3:00-5:00



Limbo– How low can you go??


Balloon Burst Dual


Ping Pong Tournament 2:30-3:30

Popcorn & A Movie 5:00-7:00


Youth of the Month Celebration

CLEOS Director Patrina Tremel 753-8274

Middle School & Teen Program Director



Child/Youth Program Assistant Barbara Hoover- Lead Allysa Lester

Operating Hours Monday - Friday 1430 - 1900 Saturday 1500 - 2000 Sunday & Holidays Closed Bldg. S-427 753-5614 BLDG 427 • DSN 753-5614



Open Recreation


Splish & Splash 5:00-9:00




Youth Gym– 3 on 3 Basketball


Yuldong Park 9:00-6:00

Instructional Classes NEW! Babysitter Training

29-30 July 2011, School Age Services (SAS), Bldg. S-570

Gym Bugs

( $ 20.00 per month )

13-18 yrs old


Ten slots available on a first come, first serve basis. Must attend both classes to complete the course.

Every Saturday Morning at 10 AM Come and join the fun register your child at the bowling center’s front counter 1. Bowlopolis Pee Wee Club Youth Bowling League Ages 4 – 6 2. (USBC) Sanctioned Youth Bowling League Ages 6 – 18 More information at the bowling center or call 754-5636 For other upcoming events visit us at!/pages/Humphreys-Strike-Zone/138378206189699?ref=ts

Tuesday 8 week session 1515-1600 6 yrs and older $ 50 per session 1605-1635 2 & 3 yrs old $ 40 per session 1640-1710 4 & 5 yrs old $ 50 per session CYSS Building 570


Baton Twirling

Tuesday ( $ 25.00 per month ) 1715-1800 6 yrs and older CYSS Building 570

$ 60 per month

Sing & Dance With Me Tuesday 1000-1100 CYSS Building 570

Home School Support Group


1615-1645 Toddlers, 18mo-3yrs old CDC

Creative Dance

Now Forming: Youth Bowling Programs

Meet with other home school families and discuss different strategies for balancing home schooling and daily life. Sponsored by USAG-Humphreys Chapel For more information, contact Kristi Jones at or visit the homeschool group on yahoo


1000 - 1045 Pre-school 4 & 5 Yrs CDC

Monday, Wednesday, Friday 5Yr Old/Kindergarden 1455-1540 (CDC) 1st -2nd Grade 1700-1745 (CYS Gym) 3rd grade +

Coming Soon!!! Piano and Kumdo Lessons SKIES Unlimited is looking for instructors for the following classes: Art (Drawing & Painting), Ballet, Cooking, Sewing, & Tennis.

( July 2011 )

01/07/11: Fireworks – We will be celebrating 4th of July by Creating our own fireworks picture by using dark construction paper, glue and different colors of glitter. 08/07/11: Dinosaur Finger Puppets – Your fingers are the legs (or trunk) of these simple paper puppets. We will be coloring in the dinosaur pictures using crayons or markers then cutting them out to play with. 15/07/11: Wax Paper Sea – Have your children paint their wax paper like the sea (blue and green paint). Then have them cut out different sea creature’s shapes from the paper and stick them on the wax paper (the creatures will stick to the paint as it dries. 22/07/11: Magnificent Masks – We will be decorating prints outs, of the mask of your choice, using crayons, markers, and stickers. 29/07/11: Play dough day! – We have play dough rollers, presses, and cookie cutters to use! Come create, but remember we have to leave the dough at art group so we can use it again next time!

Christmas in July Saturday, July 23

0800 1000

1025 1030



JINGLE BELLS 5K JOG – Register starting at 0700 at the Walk-Thru Gate. MELTED SNOWBALL ONE-PITCH – If your team doesn’t make it to the Area III Tournament, you are invited to this unique Pitch-to-Yourself Melted Snowball Tournament at Independence Park. Double Elimination and no walks. Prizes will include a Free Day of Swimming for the first-place team. SNOW forecast for the Alaska Mining Co. SANTA CLAUS himself arrives at the Alaska Mining Co. where he’ll pose for Free Pictures, take early wish lists and give all kids a Christmas in July gift. Santa will be available through 1330 when he has to go back to the North Pole. CHRISTMAS BUFFET will be served by the Alaska Mining Co. Turkey & all the trimmings for $17.95. Free if your birthday is Dec 25 or July 23 – and you can prove it. The Buffet is free for everyone if it doesn’t snow. CHRISTMAS KARAOKE. Win a Free Round-Trip Airline ducat to anywhere in the US. You must pre-register at the CAC or by calling 753-8825. Restricted to US ID Card holders age 18 or above.

Independence day

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 Family Strong reserves the right to accept or reject items.

USAG-Humphreys Area III Commander COL Joseph P. Moore Deputy to the Garrison Commander Dave Frodsham Command Sergeant Major CSM Jason K. Kim

Celebrate America’s Birthday

Soldier Field

Monday, July 4th (1800-End of Fireworks) To be held on the football turf

Food, Games, Entertainment Bring Your Blankets & Lawn Chairs, BUT PLEASE LEAVE THE DOGS AT HOME

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