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USAG-Humphreys & Area III May 2011

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Camp Humphreys & Area III Family & MWR Activities

HAPPENINGS A monthly publication of the Directorate of Family & MWR published under the authority of AR 215-1 and designed to make authorized users aware of what’s Happening in Family & MWR programs. Use of a commercial name or appearance of paid advertising does not constitute endorsement by Department of the Army or any agency thereof. For information, contact the FMWR Marketing Team


MAY 2011

Army MWR loses good friend MIKE MOONEY Family & MWR Marketing Chief

sweatsuit (despite the cold) and joking with the freezing runners, telling them the faster they ran, the warmer they would be.

He has been threatening to do it for years The fact it was cold as well as a holiday and did, in fact, leave Camp Humphreys for a didn‟t mean anything to Jim Howell. In year for a stint in Germany. But he came fact, he was the first Army Sports Chief I back. ever met who refused to take the annual This time, though, Jim „The Legend‟ Howell Christmas trip to Orlando. Fla., for the has packed his bags, grabbed the infamous Army Sports Chief‟s Meeting. Kenny (his Killer Shitsue) under his arm and “I can‟t go,” he would explain. “These bought a house in Idaho. Soldiers are away from home for the He can still change his mind. His plane holidays and we have to make sure they doesn‟t leave until May 1. But, somehow, I have activities to keep them busy. That‟s don‟t think it will happen. And, as a result, why we have a MWR program.” Camp Humphreys, Korea and the entire In addition to building one of the Army‟s Army are losing one of their best friends. Best Sports Programs, Jim Howell will be The loss will be felt throughout the Family & remembered as a man who tackled every MWR world where he dedicated almost half task that came along with humor, skill and a century – half in uniform and half as a professionalism. He reluctantly became civilian employee – to „His Soldiers.‟ the Recreation Division Chief and even more reluctantly the acting director of I first met Jim Howell on Thanksgiving FMWR twice in the past few years. morning 1998. Having just arrived from Fort Knox the night before, I couldn‟t sleep and In his heart, through, he has always been wandered over to the old headquarters the Sports Chief who constantly sought building where they were starting a Turkey new and better ways to take care of His Trot 5K Run. He was dressed in his usual Soldiers. Goodbye, Jim. You‟ll be missed. Commander

Deputy Commander

Command Sergeant Major






Business Operations


Financial Management


Army Community Service

Youth Services








Your Area III Family & MWR Marketing Team ( Marketing Chief MIKE MOONEY 754-8257

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Advertising Manager Design Chief Family Strong Distribution Intern CHONG, SO-KYONG BILL COTTRELL JEFF HUBBARD YU, TAE YOL LEE, AH-REUM OLIVIA 754-6472 754-6545 754-5875 031-692-2147 031-692-2147

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Mother’s Day Buffet 12 Tommy D’s 16-17 Mother Son Dance 19

AMC 13-14 Entertainment 18 Le CAC Cafe 20

Fiesta Nite 15 Sophisticated Saturday 19

Map of Korea 22 Korean Festival 25 Understanding Korea 28 Taste of Korea 31

Korean Adventure 23 AFRC Conest 26 Uniquely Korean 29 Lantern Festival 32

Korean Sports 24 Discover Seoul 27 Korean Concerts 30

Sports Massage 34 Softall 35 8th Army Activities 36 Army 10 miller 37 Bowling 38 Volleyball, Indoor KATUSA Soccer, Baskeball 39 Youth Sports 40

Yeoju Ceramics Festival 42 A&C, Photo 43 Outdoor Rec. 45 Bingo, Texas Hold’em 46 New Cable Fees 47 CAC, Suwon 48

ACS 50 Wee Tots 53 Osan 56

Spouse Appreciation Day 51 Area I 54 Out of Country Travel 57

Bleach Blast 44 Vet Clinic 47

Youth Services 52 Yongson 55 Movies 74 pg 69, 71 & 73

Ranger 48 Faith Christian 61 Church of Christ 64 Sungmo Dental 66 Kim’s Realty 72

Lighthouse Bapitst 56 OMG Car Repair 61 Johnny’s Cars Sales 64 Crown Realty 67 Religious Support Office 75

Julie’s Realty 56 Orange Realty 58 Top Realty 62 Anjung Dental 63 Nail Art 64 UMUC 65 Doosang Antique Furniture 68

Team Dental 60 Oriental Tanning 63 Humphreys Chapel 66 Marie Care 70

Family & MWR Events advertised in Happenings are subject to change. Please check the Weekly Flash or Daily Garrison Notes for updates. You can be added to Garrison Notes by sending your request to If you have any question, please contact Family & MWR Marketing Chief Mike Mooney at 754-8257 (010-9493-6235)

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What’s Happening in FMWR in May 1 2 2-31 4 5 6 7-9 7

8 10 12 13 14 15 16-19 19 21

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Limited Registration opens for Army 10-miler Suwon Shooting Range, Outdoor Rec Summer Discount Bowling Coupon goes on Sale, Strike Zone Intramural Softball Entry Deadline Registration for Youth Dodgeball, Summer Swim Season, Youth Triathlon Camp & Triathlon Intramural Softball Coaches Meeting Korea Children’s Day All-Army Texas Hold’em Qualifier, Tommy D’s Spouse’s Appreciation Day, ACS Pre-season Softball Tournament, Soldier Field Mother-Son Dance, Tommy D’s Digital Photo Class, CAC Jebu Island Clamming, Outdoor Rec Yeoju Ceramics, Arts & Crafts Mother’s Day Buffet, Alaska Mining Co. Area III Volleyball Spavis Hot Springs, Outdoor Rec Buddha’s Birthday All-Army Texas Hold’em Qualifier, Tommy D’s FRIDAY THE 13TH Outdoor Movie – Haunted Mansion, dark RC Car Race, Outdoor Rec General Registration opens for Army 10-miler Bungee Jumping, Outdoor Rec Far East HS Small School Soccer All-Army Texas Hold’em Qualifier, Tommy D’s Comedy Show, Tommy D’s, 2000 Sophisticated Saturday, Tommy D’s Mission Impossible, CAC RC Races, Outdoor Rec Daegu Herb Hills Adventure Park, Outdoor Rec Doggy Happy Hour, Housing All-Army Texas Hold’em Qualifier, Tommy D’s Outdoor Movie Night, Transformation Park, dark Splish & Splash opens SpringFest Memorial Weekend Softball Tournament Everland Family Trip, Outdoor Rec Suwon Fortress, Outdoor Rec

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ON THE HORIZON A look at What’s Coming Up in Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation, designed to help you “Plan for the Future.” Dates are subject to change. See the monthly Happenings, Family Strong the Weekly Flash or the daily Garrison Notes for updates & further details. Coming in June 16-Sesame Street 17-19-BOSS Beach Blast 20-Camp Adventure Starts Coming in July 4 – Independence Day 9-Eighth Army Swimming 16-Boryeong Mud Festival 22-ACS Birthday 23-Christmas in July Coming in August 13-High Stakes Texas Hold’em 14-Football Rules Clinic 21-Soccer Rules Clinic 27-King of Grill Contest Coming in September 1-Family of Year Nominations Open 6-Last Day for Splish & Splash 11-13 -- Chusok 17-BOSS Han River Cruise 24-Area III Bowling Championships 24-Retiree Appreciation Day Coming in October 8-Oktoberfest 8-9 – Osan Air Power Days 15-BGCA Kid’s Day 22-Make a Difference Day 28-Return to Spooky Hallow 31-Halloween Coming in November 5-Area III Families of Year 11-Veteran’s Day 19-Chili Cook-Off 24-Turkey Bowl Football 24-Thanksgiving Day Between 12-24 – Soldier Show

Coming in December 3-4 – BOSS Video Tournament 5-Tree Lighting 5-Christmas Tree Lane 24-Free Christmas Eve Party 25-Jingle Bells Jog 25-Christmas Day 31-NY Eve Party 31-Gourmet Dining 31-Midnight Glow Run Coming in January 2012 1-New Year’s Day 1-Fly-Away Home Shootout 1-Start of Biggest Loser’s 16-18 – King Basketball 21-Polar Bear Swim 22-24 – Lunar New Year Coming in February 2012 6-Super Bowl Parties 14-Valentine’s Day 29-Leap Day Coming in March 2012 Military Child Month 17-St. Patrick’s Day Start of Outdoor Movies Coming in April 2012 7-Eggstravaganza 8-Easter TBD-Chinhae Cherry Blossoms Coming in May 2012 5-Korea Children’s Day 13-Mother’s Day 28-Memorial Day 28-Buddha’s Birthday

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Family Readiness Groups, Units, Private Organizations invited Family Readiness Groups (FRGs), Units and Private Organizations from Camp Humphreys, Suwon AB and Army Elements at Osan AB are eligible to run fund-raising food or game booths at the Spring Festival set for the Beacon Hill-Independence Park-Splish & Splash area on Saturday, May 28. About 30 spots are available, with priority going to FRGs and military units. Private Organizations are also eligible, but must be currently on the approved PO list maintained by FMWR Financial Management. Please call 754-7529 to make sure your charter is up to date. Participating groups will be provided a booth (8-foot front, 2-feet deep and 4-feet high) and a 110-volt outlet (2 sockets). Most booths will be under awnings. If interested, send you name and unit or group, the names, phone numbers and E-mail addresses of two contacts and what you would like to sell or game you want to offer to Marketing Chief Mike Mooney at Call 754-8257 for further information.

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Saturday, May 28

INDEPENDENCE PARK, SPLISH & SPLASH Featuring U.S. Food & Game Booths, Entertainment 0800 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1400 1500 1500 1600 1630 1645

5K Walk & Run, Walk-thru Gate Softball Tourney, Soldier Field Splish & Splash opens (Free) Gates open to Koreans Food Booths open Korean Youth Band 2ID Taekwondo Team (Field) Eighth Army Rock Band (Stage) Alaska Mining T-Bone Special Korean Sword Fighting (Field) Korean Singers B-Boys Korean Belly Dancers

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Korean Modum Drums Korean Singer Pak, Jin-Sok Korean Fan Dance Korean Musical Gala Korean Singer Chong, Tae-Yong B-Boys Korean Belly Dancers Korean Singer Presley Splish & Splash Closes Last Chance AMC Steak Special Bad Moon Band End of Festival

SpringFest Activities

Saturday, May 28

INDEPENDENCE PARK, SPLISH & SPLASH Featuring U.S. Food & Game Booths, Entertainment 0800 1000 1100 1200 1300 1400 1400 1500 1500 1600 1630 1645

5K Walk & Run, Walk-thru Gate Softball Tourney, Soldier Field Splish & Splash opens (Free) Gates open to Koreans Food Booths open Korean Youth Band 2ID Taekwondo Team (Field) Eighth Army Rock Band (Stage) Alaska Mining T-Bone Special Korean Sword Fighting (Field) Korean Singers B-Boys Korean Belly Dancers

1830 1840 1855 1900 1915 1925 1935 1945 2000 2030 2030 2200

Korean Modum Drums Korean Singer Pak, Jin-Sok Korean Fan Dance Korean Musical Gala Korean Singer Chong, Tae-Yong B-Boys Korean Belly Dancers Korean Singer Presley Splish & Splash Closes Last Chance AMC Steak Special Bad Moon Band End of Festival

SpringFest Activities


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Special for SpringFest

T-Bone Steak

Perfectly Grilled T-Bone Steak, Salad Bar, Baked Potato, Veggie, Rolls & Iced Tea or Lemonade

$24.95 Served from 1500-2030 Saturday, May 28

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Splish & Splash Water Park SEASON PASSES Now on sale


Water Park opens May 28 Because of Deck Renovation, there is a chance Splish & Splash may not open as planned Please watch Daily Garrison Notes & Walk-Thru Gate Electronic Marquee for updates

1 & 3 Meter Diving Boards Children’s Pool Two Water Slides Zero-Entry Water Play Area Hot Tub Olympic Pool Outdoor Volleyball Court Kid’s Water Fort Amphitheatre Dragon Water Slide Water Basketball Locker Rooms Free Flotation Jackets Large Sun Deck Snack Bar NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR BEVERAGES ALLOWED

HOURS OF OPERATION Monday-Thursday - 1200-2000 Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Holidays 1100-2000

DAILY FEES Individual Family (US-only) Each Guest

$ 5.00 $10.00 $15.00

UNLIMITED SEASON PASS Individual Family (US-only)

$ 75.00 $150.00

Splish & Splash Water Park



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Army Community Service 753-8238

M-F 0800-1700 S-S-H Closed

Alaska Mining Co. 754-3101 S-S-H 0800-2100 M-0630-1300 T-F 0630-2100

Augusta West Putt-Putt

Closed until May 28


S-S-F-H 1100-2000 M-Th 1200-2000

Auto Skills Center 753-8547

Inspections M-F 0900-1700 Service Bays S-S-H 0900-1700 M, Th, F 1100-2000

Bowling 754-5733 Sun-H 1100-2200 M-Th 1600-2200 F 1100-2400 Snack Bar Sun 1200-2130 M-Th 1700-2130 F 1130-1330, 1700-2330 Sat 1200-2330 Pro Shop Sun 1500-1900 M-T-F-S 1600-1900

Child Development Center 753-7619

M-F 0530-1800 Parent Central 753-3413 Happenings May 11.indd 10

Community Activity Center 753-8825 S-S-H 1000-2200 M-F 0700-2200 Incheon Shuttle Daily 0600 Front Desk S-S-H 1000-2200 M-F 0800-2200 Arts & Crafts S-S 1000-1900 M-F 1100-2100 Game Room S-S-H 1000-2200 M-F 1100-2200 Indoor Pool M-F 0900-2100 LeCAC Café M-F 0700-1900

Family Readiness Center 753-3266 M-F 0800-1700

Gateway Game Room 754-3171 S-S 1200-2400

Gymnasiums MP Hill 753-5971 Sun 1200-2100 M-F 0500-2300 Sat-H 1000-1900

Super Gym 753-8031 Su-H 0830-2200 M-F 0500-2300 Sat – 0830-2300

Indoor Pool 753-8083 S-S-H 0830-2100 M-F 0600-2200

Zoeckler Gym 754-8083

Sun 1200-2100 M-F 0500-2300 Sat-H 1000-1900

Directorate of Family & MWR Phone Numbers & Hours of Operation Leisure Travel

(Out of Country)


Tommy D’s 753-8191 Lunch



M-F 0800-1700


Gymnasium 788-6020

M-F 0800-1700 Sat 0900-1300

M-F 1100-1300

Library 753-8433

W-Sat 1600-2400

S-S-H 1000-1900 M-F 1000-2000

M-F 0900-1800

Outdoor Rec 753-3013

Texas Hold’em

Th-M 1100-1900

Water Park 754-6412 S-S-F-H 1100-2000 M-Th 1200-2000

Snack Bar S-S-F-H 1200-1900 M-Th 1200-1800

Swimming CAC Indoor Pool M-F 0900-2100

Super Gym Indoor Pool 753-8083 S-S-H 0830-2100 M-F 0600-2200

Splish & Splash Water Park 754-6412 S-S-F-H 1100-2000 M-Th 1200-2000

Teen Center 753-8645 M-F 1430-1900 Sat 1500-1900

No School M-F 1300-1900

16-18 Only

F-Sat 1900-2100

Bingo Sat 1100-1600 W-T-F 1900-2300

Vet Clinic 753-7038 M-F 0900-1600

Youth Center 753-8822 M-F 0530-0800 1430-1800

Youth Gym (Rec Annex) 753-5601 S-S 1200-2000 No-School Day M-F 0900-2000 School Day M-F 1500-2000

ACS 788-5024

0530-2100 M-F 0900-1800S-S-H

Library 788-5449 1100-2000 Daily

Rec Center 788-5840 M-Thu 1100-2200 F-Sat 1100-2400 Sun 1300-2200

Kitchen 788-5840 M-Thu 0700-2100 F-Sat 0700-2300 Sun 1300-2100

Director -754-8821 Marketing English - 754-8247 Korean - 754-6472 Marquees - 754-5875 Financial Management 754-7529 Unit Funds - 754-6121 Special Events - 743-88201 Cable TV - 738-2288 Lodging - 753-6580 Headquarters FAX 031-691-4807 4/25/2011 12:07:32 PM


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Mother’s Day Buffet Alaska Mining Co

Sunday, May 8 (1030-1430)

Shrimp Cocktail Soup & Salad Bar

Carved Baked Ham Baked Chicken Fried Chicken Prime Rib of Beef Mashed Potatoes, Rice, Gravy, Corn on the Cob, Macaroni & Cheese, Collard Greens Cake, Pie, Vanilla Bean Ice Cream


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Alaska Mining Co. Friday, May 6 (1700-2030)

FIESTA BUFFET Cheese Enchiladas, Spicy Chili, Refried Beans, Spanish Rice, Mexicorn, Stuffed Jalapeno Peppers


Beef, Sour Cream, Refried Beans, Cheddar Cheese, Onions, Jalapenos


Salmon, Beef, Smoked Chicken, Green Peppers, Red Peppers, Onions, Jalapenos, Cheddar Cheese, Sour Cream


Soft Tacos, Hard Tacos, Hamburger, Shredded Beef, Pulled Pork, Smoked Chicken, Fish, Lobster Sensations


Sophatia, Mexican Wedding Rings, Dreamy Cream Cakes Also – Taco Salads, Hot Cheese, Salsa, Nacho Chips, Corn Chips, Sour Cream, Shredded Cheese, Chopped Tomatoes, Chopped Onions, Chopped Red Onions, Jalapenos, Guacamole, Black Beans, Red Beans, Mango, Pineapple, Pico de gallo

Also Available – Frozen Daiquiris, Frozen Margaritas


(Reservations for groups of 2 to 10 – 754-3101)


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Lunch is Served Alaska Mining Co. Daily Luncheon Buffet

Served from 1100-1300 * Always All-You-Can-Eat - $8.95 (Includes Salad Bar, Beverage & Dessert) MONDAY





2 Lasagna Spaghetti

3 Roast Beef Chicken Stir Fry

4 Roast Pork Spaghetti

5 German Buffet

6 Smoked Turkey Baked Ham

9 Fried Chicken Hamburger Steak

10 Baked Chicken Beef Brisket

11 Bulgogi Spicy Pork

12 Mexican Buffet

13 Baked Fish Fried Shrimp

16 Beef Stew Italian Chicken

17 Baked Ziti Stuffed Peppers

18 Fried Chicken BBQ Ribs

19 Irish Buffet

20 Fried Shrimp Fried Fish

23 BBQ Ribs Salisbury Steak

24 Catfish Meatloaf

25 Lasagna Spaghetti

26 Southern Buffet

27 Baked Fish Fried Shrimp

30 31 Honey-Baked Chicken Roast Beef Fried Pork Steak Chicken Stir Fry

Soup & Sandwich Special - $6.75 2-6 9-13 16-20 23-27 30-June 3 Happenings May 11.indd 14

Open Face Roast Beef Honey Mustard Chicken Egg Salad Club Turkey Reuben 4/25/2011 12:07:34 PM

AMC Evening Specials Tuesdays, 1700-2030

Family Nite Family-Size Bowl of Spaghetti & Meatballs


Buddy Bowl for Two - $14.95 Wednesdays, 1700-2030

Pasta Buffet $11.95, Kids $4.95

All-You-Can-Eat – You Pick The Ingredients, We Cook It For You Thursdays (1700-2030)

Mongolian BBQ All-You-Can-Eat - $14.95 Kids $4.95

You Pick the Ingredients, We Cook It Fridays, 1700-2030

May 6 – Cinco de Mayo Fiesta Nite May 13 - PRIME RIB King $17.95, Queen $15.95, Couple $29.95


24-ounce $24.95, 16-ounce $17.95

May 27 -- SEAFOOD BUFFET - $29.95

Saturday & Sunday (0800-1300)

BREAKFAST BUFFET All-You-Can Eat - $8.95 per person

Walt’s Wonder Ribs AVAILABLE EVERY DAY Succulent Baby Back Ribs

Full Rack - $15.95 Half Rack - $12.95

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★ Friday Night Special ★ Sesame Chicken Wings Chicken Gizzard

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Nocturnal Activities @ Tommy D’s


Texas Hold’em, 1900 Karaoke with DJ Tom 1900-2300

Fun Nite

Free Pool, Darts, Wii Games 1600-closing

THURSDAY 15-cent Hot Wings 1800-gone

Live Band & Show Ur Talent, 1700-2100 Rap & Hip Hop with DJ Bless, 2130-Closing

FRIDAY Texas Hold’em (1900)

Smooth Groove – Jazz, R & B, Ole School (1700-Closing)


Card Sales 1100 Early Birds 1200 Regular Games 1230

Top 40 1700-2000

Hot Videos 1700-2000

Grown Folks Nite



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19 May 2000 Tommy D’s

Tentative Schedule May 8, 10, 13, 24 Gateway Game Room

May 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, 26 Tommy D’s May 3, 6, 17, 20, 27, 31 Suwon Community Activity Center May 7, 14 Strike Zone Bowling Center

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USAG Humphreys 2011 Mother Son Dance

Come celebrate Mother’s Day on Saturday, 7 May 2011 from 1830-2030 with an evening of dancing, food, and drinks at Tommy D’s! The cost is $10 for mothers with all son’s free!! Email your reservation to by Monday, 2 May 2011

Sophisticated Saturday

Dinner service @ 1900 $50 couple $35 single Sophisticated Saturday is an upscale dining experience and you opportunity to enjoy a touch of class at least one night a month. So put on your best duds, find a babysitter and enjoy a night designed just for you.

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NOW AVAILABLE The LeCAC Café in the Humphreys Community Activity Center now features an expanded menu for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner. Check it out!


(Available until 1030)

Grilled Bagel Egg & Cheese Sausage or Ham Breakfast Burrito Croissant Egg & Cheese Sausage, Ham or Bacon Biscuit & Gravy Muffins Potato Rounds


Burger Cheeseburger Bacon Cheeseburger Mushroom & Swissburger Make it a double -- $1.50


Chicken Salad Croissant Shrimp Po-Boy Country Fried Steak Chicken Quesadilla Deli Club Sub Italian Sub Reuben Grilled Chicken


Chili & Cheese Broccoli & Cheese Bacon, Cheese & Sour Cream Chicken, Broccoli & Cheese Southwest Loaded Chili, Cheese, Bacon & Sour Cream

Chicken Loaded

Wraps $1.95 2.50 2.95 2.95 1.50 2.50 2.95 2.50 1.50 1.25 $4.50 5.00 5.50 5.50

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Chili & Wings

BEER (ID Required)

$5.95 5.50 5.95 5.95 5.50


Italian Ham or Turkey w/Cheese Tuna Deli Club

$5.95 5.50 5.50 5.50


Cajun Fried Shrimp Fish Strips Shrimp & Fish Combo Chicken Strips

$6.50 6.50 7.50 5.95


Chicken, Broccoli, Sour Cream, Bacon & Cheese

Frito Pie Hot Wings Chili Cup Chili Cheese Dog

Chicken Caesar Turkey or Ham Tuna Deli Club Garden Veggie

$4.95 6.50 2.50 4.50

Domestic - $2.50 * Heineken - $2.75



Served with choice of Grilled Chicken or Tuna

Chicken Salad Garden Chef Salad

5.50 4.50 5.50

A la carte Fries Chili Fries Onion Rings Baked Beans Chips

$1.50 2.50 1.95 1.25 1.00

For the Sweet Tooth Cake, Pie, Cheesecake Cookies

$2.50 .75

Beverages $1.00 – Coffee, Iced Tea (Plain or Sweet), Orange Juice, Lemonade, Milk, Canned Soda, Bottled Soda $1.25 – Small Water $1.75 – Fountain Drink, Large Bottled Water $2.15 – Red Bull $2.25 -- Gatorade $2.50 – Monster

Open 0700-1900 Monday-Friday – 753-7447 Happenings May 11.indd 20

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Camp Humphreys

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Gosu Cave not for faint of heart Spelunking (or potholing if you’re from the United Kingdom) takes a special person with a spirit of adventure who doesn’t suffer from a fear of dark places. Gosu Cave, about an hour south of Wonju, may not be much of a challenge for a true caver. But it’s an ideal test for a person who wants to have a safe but rugged caving experience. \

Located near Danyang, Gosu was formed more than 450 million years ago and is listed as Korea National Monument 256. It was discovered in the 1970s but served as a home to prehistoric Koreans. Unlike similar caves such as Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico, the layout of Gosu is vertical, with twisting staircases wide enough for a single person. In some areas, it’s necessary to bend and twist you way through the passageway. It’s worth the effort. The main branch of Gosu is almost 4,000 feet long and features a variety of spectacular speleothems: stalactites, stalagmites, columns, cave coral, cave pearls, cave shields, draperies and aragonite crystals – all close enough to reach out and touch. The main chamber has a series of majestic 33 foot stalactites. Take a comfortable pair of walking shoes, a light jacket (even in the summer) and a bottle of water. You’ll need all of them. And don’t forget your camera. You’ll be up close and personal with some of most dazzling cave formations in the world.

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Korean Sports Professional Baseball May Schedule 3-5 6-8 10-12 13-15 17-19 20-22 24-26 27-29

LG Twins @ Doosan Bears, Kia Tigers @ Nexen Heroes, SK Wyverns @ Hanwha Eagle, Samsung Lions @ Lotte Giants Lotte Giants @ Doosan Bears, Kia Tigers @ SK Wyverns, Nexen Heroes @ Hanwha Eagles, LG Twins @ Samsung Lions Hanwha Eagles @ LG Twins, SK Wyverns @ Samsung Lions, Doosan Bears @ Kia Tigers, Nexen Heroes @ Lotte Giants SK Wyverns @ Doosan Bears, LG Twins @ Nexen Heroes, Samsung Lions @ Hanwha Eagles, Kia Tigers @ Lotte Giants Hanwha Eagles @ Doosan Bears, Lotte Giants @ SK Wyverns, Nexen Heroes @ Samsung Lions, LG Twins @ Kia Tigers Lotte Giants @ LG Twins, Nexen Heroes @ SK Wyverns, Doosan Bears @ Samsung Lions, Hanwha Eagles @ Kia Tigers Doosan Bears @ LG Twins, Kia Tigers @ Nexen Heroes, SK Wyverns @ Hanwha Eagles, Samsung Lions @ Lotte Giants Hanwha Eagles @ Doosan Bears, LG Twins @ Nexen Heroes, SK Wyverns @ Samsung Lions, Lotte Giants @ Kia Tigers

International Track & Field Daegu will host the IAAF World Championships Aug 27 through Sep 4, and tckets are now on sale. More than 2,000 of the world’s top athletes are expected to participate in the 47 scheduled events (24 for men and 23 for women). Further information about ticket sales and the event itself are available at or 82-53-803-9431.

Grand Prix Racing The 2011 F1 Korea Grand Prix will be held at the Yeongam International Circuit in southeastern Korea Oct 14-16. Tickets are not on sale yet, but reservations are being taken at This will be Korea’s second year hosting the Grand Prix, and officials have indicted that this year’s tickets will be more affordable that last year – especially for the Practice Drives on Friday and Saturday, Oct 14 and 15. Watch for further updates.

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Upcoming Korean Festivals

‘Variety’ the key-word in upcoming Korean Festivals Bamboo, prehistoric life, tea, butterflies and even whales will be celebrated in Korean festivals scheduled for May and the first two weeks in June. May Festivals 1 – Jongmyo Ancestral Rites 1-6 – Jeonju International Films 1-8 – Mungyeong Tea Bowl 1-10 – Hampyeong Butterfly 3-7 – Daegu Herb Medicine 3-8 – Damyang Bamboo 4-8 – Yeoucheon Paleolithic 4-8 – Hadong Wild Tea 4-8 – Boseong Green Tea 4-11 – Jirisan Herb 5-10 – Hi Seoul

6-6 – Olympic Gold Medalist Kim, Yu-na 5-8 – Lotus Lantern 6-8 – World DJ Festival 6-10 – Namwon Chunhyang 11-31 – Lotte World Masquerade Festival 19-21 – Wine & Spirit Expo 22-29 – Chuncheon Mime 26-29 – Ulsan Whale June Festivals 3-6 – Haeundae Sand 3-11 – Muju Firefly 6-11 – Hansan Ramie Fabric

Most interesting or unusual … Olympic Skating Champion Kim, Yu-Na – Grace on Ice, Hampyeong Butterfly – Thousands of flapping wings Damyang Bamboo – Bamboo Furniture & Knick Knacks Galore Yeoucheon Paleolithic – Caveman Culture comes to Life Chuncheon Mime – Silent Entertainers from throughout the World Ulsan Whale – Whaling on Korea’s East Coast Goes Back More than 5,000 years

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You could win a Dream Vacation to the Armed Forces Recreation Center of Your Choice plus $2,500 and round-trip Airfare for two. Open to U.S. Military Personnel, Civilian Employees, Retirees & Family Members Age 18 & Older. Limit One Entry per Day. Official Entry Form found at ‘’ You can also mail a 3x5 postcard with Your Name, Address, Telephone Number & E-Mail Address to Great Getaways, PO Box 150304, Alexandria, Va 22315 The contest runs through June 15. Its goal is to direct you to and help you discover the great system of Armed Forces Recreation Centers world-wide. People in Korea are already familiar with the Dragon Hill Lodge in Seoul. But did you know there are also AFRCs in Hawaii, Florida, Virginia and Germany? And all those AFRCs are available to U.S. Military Personnel, Retirees, Department of Defense Civilian Employees and Family Members. In addition to offering discount rates based on rank or grade, AFRCs include a wide-range of programs and activities such as mini-PXs, restaurants, beaches, swimming pools, tour centers and more. Check the site for more information & entry forms.

AFRC Contest runs through June 15

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First Stop when visiting Seoul There are a lot of things to see in Seoul and, with the subway or the bus, you’re just a short ride away. But Seoul can be intimidating. The 8 th largest city in the world with a population of 10.5 million people in a space the size of Louisville, Ky., with lots of traffic and lots of people. Add the different language, smells and money, even the bravest tourist can get confused and frustrated. Working for the U.S. government, however, has its advantages. And one of the fastest growing is the Discover Seoul Desk at the Dragon Hill Lodge. You don’t have to be a guest at the Dragon Hill to use the services of the Discover Seoul Desk (although the DHL would appreciate it if you booked a room). All you need is your ID Card and you are eligible for professional English-speaking help, discount tickets, guided tours and a complete list of the top current activities in Seoul. You can catch a bus to Seoul from In front of Burger King and either walk or catch a cab to the DHL from the Yongsan Bus Station. Happenings May 11.indd 27


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Understanding Korea

Buddha’s Birthday May 10 Want a baby boy? Rub Buddha’s belly. Want to discover your true potential? Buddhism might help. May 10 is Buddha’s Birthday – a holiday that will be celebrated from one end of the peninsula to the other ... including by many who claim Christianity as their religion of choice. One of the world’s oldest religions (it’s more than 500 years older than Christianity), Buddhism started in India and spread throughout Asia – including Korea. There are literally hundreds of Buddhist temples both large and small throughout the peninsula, including several in Anjungri. Buddha’s Birthday is a national holiday in Korea and draws traffic similar to both Lunar New Year and Chusok as Families travel to their home temple to reaffirm their commitment to seek Nirvana.

For Americans serving in Korea, Buddha’s Birthday is an opportunity to discover more about Korea and the Korean people. Buddhist temples, including those in the local area, bring out beautiful tapestries and other decorations reserved for Buddha’s Birthday. There will even be a parade through the town, starting at the local temple located across from Rainbow Apartments. Americans are welcome to join the Parade and visit the temple for food & drink. Happenings May 11.indd 28

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Uniquely Korean

Korea celebrates its children May is the month of Family Harmony throughout Korea, with Parent’s Day and Teacher’s Day among the holidays on the Korean calendar. But the biggest Harmony Day of all is Children’s Day, set for May 5. Children’s Day is a National Korean Holiday, with parents given a day off work – with pay -- to spend with their children. It was established in 1923 by author Bang Jeong Hwan (the Camp Humphreys Child Development Center bears his name). From the beginning, Children’s Day has been designed for parents to do something special with their children. Various festivals & programs for children are held throughout Korea, and most parents pile in their cars to go where the children want and spend the day playing as a Family. Many major attractions such as Lotte World, Everland, Seoul Land and Seoul’s Children’s Grand Park will have special activities and offer discounts. But even smaller communities and attractions will have special activities for the kids. This is another one of those days when you want to stay off Korean highways. They will be wall-to-wall with cars full of kids.


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Coming to Seoul Upcoming Korean Entertainment

May 5 – Black Star Tour, AX-Korea. Tickets – 99,000 won May 8 – Mr Big, AX-Korea. Tickets 110,000 won May 9 – Deadmau5, Sheraton Walkerhill. Tickets – 99,000 won May 10 – Herbie Hancock & Imagine Project Band – Kyung Hee University Grand Peace Palace. Tickets – VIP 198,000 won, R-154,000 won, S-121,000 won, A-88,000 won, B-66,000 won May 15 – Beady Eye, AX-Korea. Tickets – 99,000 won May 25 – Maroon 5 Live, Seoul Olympic Park Gymnastics Gym. Tickets – R 121,000 won, S-99,000 Won, A-77,000 Won May 26 -- – Maroon 5 Live, Busan KBS Hall. Tickets – R 121,000 won, S-99,000 Won, A-77,000 won June 9 – Ben Folds Lonely Avenue Tour, AX-Korea. Tickets – 99,000 won

June 10 & 11 – Shin Seung-hun, Sejong Center for Performing Arts Grand Theatre. Tickets – SR-143,000 won, R-121,000 won, S-99,000 won, A-77,000 won, B-55,000 won Coming - July 29-31 Jisan Valley Rock Festival (3-day pass 220,000, 1-day 110,000. Limit four tickets per person. Expected Artists – Apollo 18, Crash, Feeder, Chemical Brothers, 10 cm, Amadou & Mariam, Suede. Others to be added. Tickets now available on-line.

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Taste of Korea

Goldilocks would be happy Not too sweet and not too tart, moist and crisp, lots of juice to make a refreshing beverage. Describing the Korean Golden Melon that will start hitting the fruit stands this month is not easy. Some people describe the taste as that of a cantaloupe, while others point to a honeydew. In reality, the Golden Melon has its own distinctive taste that’s, well, as Goldilocks would say, just right. One of the big advantages of the Korean Golden Melon is its size. It is about the size of a small Nerf football, meaning that unlike larger melons, you can eat one as a quick snack and not have to worry about what’s left making your refrigerator smell funny. The flesh and eatable seeds are white and the juice is cream colored and sweet. You need to peel a Golden Melon, but the skin can be dried for a homemade tea or to use in potpourri. When dried, it has a citrus smell. Like all melons, the golden melon can serve as bowl for ice cream or even be used in making ice cream. It’s can also be used as a garnish in salads. Fruit should be solid but not hard and have a sweet smell. It doesn’t need refrigeration, although it does taste better if chilled. Give it a try. The start of warmer weather is a great time for the Taste of Korea. Happenings May 11.indd 31


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Lotus Lantern Festival

Seoul’s 600-year festival ‘Hands-on’ The Lotus Lantern Festival held in the Jongno area is one of Seoul’s landmark traditional festivals. The time-honored festival, which originates from an exciting tradition of Gwandeongnori, has been keep alive throughout the entire 600-year history of Seoul. Commemorating the Birth of Buddha, the festival gives visitors the opportunity to delve into the mystic Korean Buddhist Culture through a variety of magical events and hands-on experiences. The festival starts with the lighting of the mega-sized Jangeomdeung (Grand Light) which is located on the Seoul Plaza and symbolizes Buddhism and the birth of Buddha. A series of other lotus lantern events follow – a Lantern Parade from Insa-dong to Jogyesa Temple; Buddhist Cultural Festival; Cheer-up Buddhist Festival, Grand Harmony Festival and the Closing Ceremony. One of the favorite activities among international visitors is the hands-on experience program where visitors can make lotus-shaped lanterns or paint a Buddhist picture The festival runs May 6-8 from Dongdaemun to Jogyesa Temple, along Jongno Street in Seoul. The easiest way to get there is via subway -Take Subway Line 1 to Jonggak Station (Exit #2) or Take Line 3 to Anguk Station (Exit #6) Happenings May 11.indd 32

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Professional Sports Massage available at Super Gym Monday-Saturday 1130-1900 Four Options 7 minutes - $5.00 10 minutes -- $7.00 20 minutes -- $15.00 30 minutes -- $20.00 Feel like a Million Bucks

May is National Sports & Fitness Month

Win prizes through Strong BANDS You can win prizes valued at $15 to $300 each day in May by logging on to the All-Army Sports page and answering a fitness question. Winners will be drawn each day from individuals who answer the question of the day correctly. Strong BANDS – Balanced lifestyle, Actively motivated, Nutritional health, Determined to excel and Strength and conditioning – is designed to energize and inspire Army Community members to live a healthy lifestyle. “This is a great follow-up to our Biggest Losers Contest,” said Area III Sports Director Lonnie Herring. “Biggest Losers serves the same goal as Strong BANDS, and I would encourage everyone to try their luck at winning one of the daily prizes.

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Intramural Entry Deadline May 2 Intramural Coaches Meeting May 4, Super Gym, 1200 Pre-Season Tournament May 7-10, Soldier Field Every Wednesday NEW! Women’s Intramural Softball League KATUSA Softball League, Soldier Field Memorial Weekend Tournament May 28-30, Soldier Field

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Upcoming Eighth Army Activities Eighth Army

Volleyball May 12-14 Camp Carroll Company-Level, Women’s & Co-Ed Championships

Women & Co-Ed Players – Check with the Super Gym for Information about the Area III Women’s & Co-Ed Teams

Eighth Army

Paintball June 7-9 Camp Carroll

5-member Teams needed to Represent Area III in Tournament REGISTER AT CAC (753-8825) * Outdoor Rec (753-3013)

Eighth Army

Golf Tournament June 7-9 Songnam Golf Club Sign up for Area III Team at Super Gym, MP Hill Gym, Zoeckler Gym AREA III TEAM SELECTED BASED ON HANDICAP

Eighth Army

10-miler Qualifier June 11 Camp Casey Winners will make up the Eighth Army Team in October’s Army 10-Miler SIGN UP AT SUPER GYM For Free Transportation Happenings May 11.indd 36

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October 9 Washington, DC Registration for military opens May 1 General Registration opens May 15 The 26th annual Army 10-Miler starts and finishes at the Pentagon on Sunday, Oct 9, with 30,000 runners from throughout the world participating. Because of the popularity of the race, organizers have established new registration rules, with military personnel and individuals who have run at least seven previous Army 10-Milers allowed to register starting May 1. A total of 10,000 slots have been reserved for this early sign-up. The remaining 20,000 spots go up for grabs starting May 15. Registration is $55 plus $29 for the GEICO Pasta Dinner, $30 for a Training shirt and $30 for a T-Shirt upgrade. The Training shirt can only be purchased at the time of registration. If you want to form your own 4-8 member team, there is a $35 fee for establishing a team name. If you want to represent Korea in the race, you’ll have to qualify through the Eighth Army 10-Mile Qualifier at Camp Casey June 11. If you already registered for the 10-Miler and make the Eighth Army team, you can sell or transfer your spot. For those who can’t go to Washington for the ‘real thing,’ Camp Humphreys will have its own 10-Miler on the evening of Oct. 9, starting at the same time as the Washington race.


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NO-TAP TOURNAMENT Sunday, May 22, 1300 8-9 Pin No Tap

4-Game Alibi - Step Ladder Finals

Entry Fee $30


Saturdays, 1000 Pee Wee (4-6), Youth (6-18)

Memorial Day Monday, May 30

3-4-2 Special Bowl Three Games, Pay for Two FREE SHOE RENTAL

MOTHER’S DAY $1 Open Bowling All Day May 8 MONDAYS 3-4-2 Open Bowling THURSDAYS Win a Free Game with Red Pin Strike SATURDAYS $1.00 Open Bowling (1300-1630)

Kids Bowl Free if accompanied by paying adult

SUNDAYS $1.00 Open Bowling (1300-1630) Kids Bowl Free if accompanied by paying adult TUESDAYS Bowl Your Brains Out for $9.99 per person FRIDAYS Military in Uniform Bowl Free (1100-1300)

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KATUSA Indoor Soccer league set Season May 9-19 Tournament May 24 Zoeckler Gym

Summer Basketball Entry Deadline May 31 Pre-Season Tournament June 4-7

Eighth Army Golf Area III Team Selected Based on Established USGA Handicaps Eighth Army Tournament June 7-10 Sungnam Golf Course To apply for Area III Team, contact the Super Gym or call 753-8031 DEADLINE JUNE 1 Happenings May 11.indd 39


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Youth Sports Youth Baseball under way Youth Baseball is starting at Camp Humphreys, with T-Ball, 9-10, 11-12, 13-15 and girls’ softball games on tap. Youth games are played at Independence Park and the Zoeckler Sports Field. Check the schedule at Youth Sports (753-5601).

Road Runners at Zoeckler track The Humphreys Road Runners meet at the Zoeckler Track from 1630-1730 each Tuesday and Thursday. The running club is open to children ages 5-18.

Humphreys will host Class A High School Soccer Osan High School will be the official host, but the up to 10 small school boys and girls teams from high schools throughout the Pacific will be using the turf of Independence Park and Soldier Field as the Class A High School Soccer Championship comes to Korea May 16-19. Not much information was available at press time, so please watch Garrison Notes and the Weekly Flash for schedules and updates.

Youth Sports Dates to remember MAY 1-31

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Youth Swimming Registration Triathlon Camp Registration Summer Dodgeball League Registration Korea-wide 11-12, 13-15 Baseball Tournament, Soldier Field Area III 9-10 Baseball Tournament, Osan Major League Youth Pitch, Hit & Throw Competition Hanwha Eagles vs Doosan Bears Korean Pro Baseball Trip Youth Triathlon Camp Youth Triathlon Bocce Ball Camp Youth Baseball Camp


Soccer Registration Youth Soccer Camp Flag Football Registration

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Special Arts & Crafts Outing

Yeoju is Mecca of Ceramics The Community Activity Center Arts & Crafts program and Outdoor Rec are combining to offer the community the opportunity to visit the Korean Mecca of Ceramics on Saturday, May 7. Korea is world-famous for its ceramics – especially celadon – and Yeoju has been the center of Korean ceramics since before Columbus discovered the New World. This is a perfect opportunity to do your early holiday shopping or pick up that special souvenir of Korea before you leave this summer. There are more than 600 ceramic shops offering everything from tableware to knick knacks. You can even try to make your own special item at the workshop. Bring plenty of won for shopping, although most of the shops do accept major credit cards. Call Outdoor Rec at 753-3255/3013 or stop by the CAC Arts & Crafts Center to reserve your seat on the bus. Transportation fee is $10 per person.

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REGULARLY SCHEDULED CLASSES Sundays - Fruit Carving, 1300-1500 ($50, 2 sessions) Mondays – Oil Painting, 1500-1700 (Materials $100) Instructors Framing, 1800-2000 ($10) Needed Tuesdays - Drawing, 1300-1400 FREE! TELL US IF YOU HAVE Korean Painting, 1800-1930 ($30, 4 sessions) A SKILL YOU REGULARLY SCHEDULED CLASSES Wednesdays - Pressed Flowers, 1800-2000 ($50, 4 sessions) WANT TO Sundays - Fruit Carving, 1300-1500FREE! ($50, 2 sessions) SHARE Thursdays - Sculpting, 1300-1400 Mondays – Oil Painting, 1500-1700 (Materials $100) Pottery, 1800-1930 ($30, 4 sessions) Instructors Framing, 1800-2000 ($10) FridaysTuesdays - Acrylic- Drawing, Painting,1300-1400 1800-1930 ($30, 4 sessions) Needed FREE! TELL US IF YOU HAVE Saturday – Children’s Art Class, 1600-1700 Korean Painting, 1800-1930 ($30, ($5.00) 4 sessions) Wednesdays - Pressed Flowers, 1800-2000 ($50, 4 sessions) Thursdays - Sculpting, 1300-1400 FREE!& Crafts – CAC Arts Pottery, 1800-1930 ($30, 4 sessions) Fridays - Acrylic Painting, 1800-1930 ($30, 4 sessions) Saturday – Children’s Art Class, 1600-1700 ($5.00)

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Special Classes

Closed Yeoju Ceramics Tour, 0800-1700 CAC Arts & Crafts – 753-6706 Mother’s Day Paper Rose, 1500-1600 ($5) Special Classes Natural Soap, 1500-1600 ($10) Closed Paper Fan, 1800-1900, ($5) Yeoju Ceramics Tour, 0800-1700 Kid’s HandDay Mirror, ($5) ($5) Mother’s Paper1600-1700 Rose, 1500-1600 Natural Soap, 1500-1600 ($10)

23 Paper Fan, 1800-1900, ($5) at least 4days prior to the class. ClassMay registration and payment is required May 28 Kid’s Hand Mirror, 1600-1700 There is a minimum number of participants ($5) required (2-3 people depending on the class). Otherwise, the class will be canceled. This is required because Class registration and payment is required at least 4days prior to the class. we need to know the number before the class in order to order the right There is a minimum number of participants required (2-3 people depending amount supplies, and it usually takes 3 canceled. days for This delivery. Also, when we have on the class). Otherwise, the class will be is required because we which need toisknow the number before theinstructors, class in orderthey to order thetoright a class instructed by external want set a minimum amount supplies, and it usually takes 3 days for delivery. Also, when we have number of participants. a class which is instructed by external instructors, they want to set a minimum number of participants.

Saturday, May 7 (1000-1500) Saturday, May 7 (1000-1500) Camp CAC CampHumphreys Humphreys CAC

Bring Your Camera, Instruction Book & Questions

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Outdoor Rec Treks – 753-3013 May 1 – Suwon Shooting Range

1300-1800 Travel fee -- Adults $10, Skeet 20,000 won per 25 shots, Revolver 20,000 won per 10 shots. Price includes weapon, ear plugs and ammunition.

May 7 – Jebu Island Clamming

0900-1700, Transportation fee $10 adults, $5 children. Clamming equipment can be rented on site for 10,000 won. Jebu is one of those locations where the difference between high and low tide cuts the island off from the mainland. There are many different kinds of clams available which can be cooked on site or brought home to enjoy.

May 7 –Yeoju Ceramics (See page 42 for details) May 8 – Spavis Hot Springs 0900-1700. Transportation fee $10 adults, $5 children. Entry fee 40,000 won adults, 25,000 won children.

May 15 – Bungee Jumping 0800-1700. $80 includes transportation, lunch, one Bungee Jump and choice of giant swing or ejection chair.

May 21 – Daegu Herb Hills Adventure Park 0700-2000. $60

includes transportation and snack. Park fees range from 15,000 to 22,000 won plus 8,000 won entrance fee. Total cost determined by rope course you select. Minimum of 20 participants required.

May 30 – Everland

0900-1800 Transportation fee $10 adults, $5 children. Everland offers everything from a zoo to thrill rides to restaurants to parades. Take the safari ride and see the Liger – half lion and half tiger. Admission is 37,000 won for adults and 28,000 won for children. Minimum of 15 needed for trip to take place.

May 31 – Suwon’s Hwaseong Fortress 0900-1800. Transportation fee $10 adults, $5 children. The wall that almost surrounds Suwon is patterned after Great Wall of China and once protected the approach to Seoul. Bring extra won for some great food, the chance to try your hand at Korean archery and even ring a temple bell. Comfortable walking shoes are also a good idea. A great trip for the whole Family. At least 15 people needed for the trip to take place.


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at Tommy D’s Wednesday

Pocket 10s Nite. $10 Buy-in, $10 Re-buy or add on through the first break. Start with 1,500 chips. 10 Bonus Points to anyone who wins a hand with pocket 10s. Drawing for 1,500 chip for those present at the beginning of play.

Thursday ALL-ARMY QUALIFIER Free 7-week tournament Overall Winner will receive $500 plus entry into the on-line All-Army Texas Hold’em Tournament where top prize in a Home Theatre System & Army Championship Bracelet Check for details


Champs Nite $20 Buy-in, $15 Re-buy or add on through the first break. . Texas Hold’em

is open to all USFK ID Card holders, to include KATUSAs.

Texas Hold’em Games start at 1900 each night

Every Saturday $3,000 & $2,000 Progressive Jackpots Happenings May 11.indd 46



17 games (including Early Birds) Doors Open 1100, Card Sales 1100 Early Birds 1200, REGULAR GAMES START AT 1230


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On-Post Cable TV to cost starting July 1 Beginning July 1, U.S. Army garrisons in Korea will join other overseas garrisons by charging a monthly rate for cable television services for patrons who reside on post. All patrons will pay a basic maintenance and distribution fee of $15 a month for the basic cable TV package, which will expand to include all AFN channels. Those patrons that subscribe to the Premium service will pay the $15 maintenance fee plus $25 for the Premium channels or a total of $40. Premium subscribers currently pay $35 per month so that is only a $5 increase, said Ron Buss, IMCOM-K Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Business Programs chief. Patrons who currently receive the free basic service and wish to sign up for the new basic or upgrade to premium service should contact cable TV customer service at 738-2288 (CATV). Cable technicians will be installing necessary equipment in garrison buildings and begin disconnecting nonsubscribers on June 1. Buss said he expected to have the new system in place and fully operational by July 1. During the month of June, patrons may experience occasional interruptions in cable service as technicians calibrate the system. By July 1, those who have not subscribed for basic or premium cable service will no longer receive the service.

Have you heard the vet clinic is open and taking appointments M-F from 0900 - 1530 The number for the office is 753-7038. For after hours emergency call 010-9040-5171. No radiograph or surgical capabilities at this time but coming soon. 47

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Mission Impossible Mission Impossible MayMay 21 21 Canyou you accomplish the impossible? Then findayourself a partner and Can accomplish the impossible? Then find yourself partner and head over to the Camp Humphreys Community Activity Center at 1400 head over to the Camp Humphreys Community Activity Center at 1400 Saturday, May 21, and try your hand at Mission Impossible. Saturday, May 21, and try your hand at Mission Impossible. Call753-8825 753-8825 to enter and be prepared to Impossible face an Impossible Call to enter and be prepared to face an Challenge. Challenge. While you’re at the new– Kinect – from the latest from XWhile you’re at the CAC,CAC, checkcheck out theout newthe Kinect the latest XBox.And And don’t forget computer, since Box. don’t forget your your computer, since the CAC the alsoCAC offersalso free offers free wireless internet. wireless internet. addition to the find free wireless at the Alaska InInaddition to the CAC,CAC, you’llyou’ll find free wireless at the Alaska Mining Co.,Mining Co., Tommy D’s, Strike Zone Bowling Center, the Super Gym and Tommy D’s, Strike Zone Bowling Center, the Super Gym and the library. the library.

It’s Happening in Suwon It’s Happening in Suwon NextSuwon Suwon Fishing Next Fishing Derby set May Derby set forfor May 21 21 Want catch supper at least Want toto catch supper or at or least spend a few hours drowning spend a few hours drowning worms? Then the next Suwon worms? Then joinjoin the next Suwon Fishing Derby, scheduled for Fishing Derby, scheduled for Saturday, May Saturday, May 21. 21. Asyou you can in picture the picture As can seesee in the on theon the right, they do actually catch right, they do actually catch fish. fish. Check Center for details. Check at at thethe RecRec Center for details. Alsoatat Center this month: Also thethe RecRec Center this month: Freemovies movies Sunday Thursday Free Sunday and and Thursday Open Game Nights on Fridays Open Game Nights on Fridays US-Korea Friendship on US-Korea Friendship Ping Ping Pong Pong on May14,14, and May and Thesecond second annual The annual BOSSBOSS golf golf tournament tournament on on MayMay 21. 21.

Suwon Sports Suwon Sports … … Softball Coaches Meeting, 44––Softball Coaches Meeting, 1730 1730 8 – Area III Volleyball, Humphreys 8 – Area III Volleyball, Humphreys 10-12 – Pre-season Tournament 10-12 – Pre-season Tournament Wednesdays – Women’s Intramural Wednesdays – Women’s Intramural team @ Humphreys. team @ Humphreys. Watch Post-team schedule Watch forfor Post-team schedule

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753-8401 031-690-8401

ACS is here for the entire Community Army Community Service runs programs for the entire community. Want to learn Korean? ACS has basic Korean language as well as Korean culture classes. Want help with Finances? ACS is ready. ACS programs are designed to meet the needs of everyone living and working in the Camp Humphreys Community. Pay them a visit and learn what they offer.

Master Resiliency Training for Spouses May 11 – Resilience & Competencies, Hunt the Good Stuff, (0930-1130), May 13 –Activating Events, Thoughts & the Consequence, (0900-1200), May 16 – Avoiding Thinking Traps, Detect Icebergs (0900-1300), May 18 – Energy Management, Problem Solving (0900-1130), May 20 – Put it in Perspective, Real-Time Resilience (0900-1300), May 23 – Identify Strengths in Self & Others, Use Strengths & Challenges (1430-1700), May 25 – Assertive Communications (0900-1130), May 27 – Active Constructive Responding and Praise, Closing Thoughtsand Big Themes (0900-1130)

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Military Spouse Appreciation Day

ACS Salutes Our Military Spouses Friday, May 6 Main ACS (Building 311) Full Day of Free Activities: 0900 Getaway Trip to Tahiti Relaxation Seminar 0900-1600 Military Spouse Appreciation Banner Signing 1000 New Horizons – Military Spouse Educational Benefits 1100 Wellness & Wonderful You! Health Promotion Tips 1200-1300 Drop by for Sweet Treats & Dessert! 1300-1400 Military Spouse Spotlight Interviews with PAO 1400 Chicken Soup for the Military Spouses’ Soul 1500 Aloha Hawaii Meditation Seminar Free Give-aways and Door Prize Drawings throughout the Day. Including Free Alaska Mining Co. & Tommy D’s Lunch Coupons. Free Bowling & Swimming Coupons, MWR Value Book worth $1,000 in Savings

Point of contact for additional information

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Parent Central 753-3413 753-5973

Mon-Fri 0800-1800 Located in CDC Information & Registration for Child Care, School Age Activities, Sports & Other CYSS Programs Also Available at monthly OB Orientation at the Super Gym


On-Line Complete forms and Call for Appointment Plan at least 30 minutes for processing

Need a Babysitter? CYSS maintains a list of trained and certified Babysitters. If you’re looking for someone to watch the little one while you enjoy a romantic meal at the Alaska Mining Co. or Sophisticated Saturday at Tommy D’s, stop bye Bldg 570 to check out the babysitting list. Please be sure to bring a photo ID with you. Because of privacy concerns, lists cannot be E-mailed.

Teens to visit War Museum The Korean War Museum is among the attractions to be experienced by the Middle School & Teen program this month. Stop by the center or see the May Family Strong for a full schedule of programs and activities.

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Wee Tot Programs Special Programs for our Smallest & Youngest Customers MONDAY TUESDAY

Playgroup, Zoeckler Gym, 1000 (New Parent’s Support Group), Free Sing & Dance With Me (1000-1100) Youth Center, Free Creative Dance, 2 & 3 year olds (1605-1635), Youth Center $40, 8 weeks Creative Dance, 4 & 5 year olds (1640-1710), Youth Center, $50, 8 weeks WEDNESDAY Tummy Time, Zoeckler Gym, 1000 (New Parent Support Group), Free Storytime, Library, 1000 (Recreation), Free Gym Bugs, CDC, 1615 Toddlers-3 year olds), CDC, $20 month THURSDAY Gym Bugs, CDC, 1000 (18 mon-3 years old) (CYSS), $20 per month Romp & Stomp, Zoeckler Gym, 1000 (New Parent’s Support Group), Free FRIDAY Art Group, CAC Aerobics Room, 1000 (Recreation), Free Children must be registered with Youth Services to Participate in Wee Tot Programs MEMBERSHIP IN THE CHILD, YOUTH & SCHOOL SERVICES PROGRAM IS FREE, BEING PAID BY THE ARMY FAMILY COVENANT Contact Central Registration at 753-3413 for Information CYSS also offers Creative Dance on Tuesdays Some Age Restrictions Apply * Call 753-5612 for Fees & Details

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Camp Casey

Poker Run Saturday, May 21, 8 a.m. Casey Gateway Club

A poker run is an organized event where participants, usually using motorcycles, must visit five to seven checkpoints, drawing a playing card at each one. The object is to have the best poker hand at the end of the run. The event has a time limit, however the participants are not timed-winning is purely a matter of chance. Event open to USFK personnel from Area I as well as riders from Area II, III, & IV. Event begins at the former helipad on Camp Mobile and finishes at the Gateway Club. Prizes awarded to rider with best poker hand and rider with worst poker hand. Registration fees: Solo Riders($25), Double riders($30) Registration fee includes T-shirt, prizes and a post-ride BBQ. Also enjoy a live band during the alcohol-free BBQ at Gateway Park. Safety Briefing: 10:15 a.m. Ride begins: 10:30 a.m. Ride ends at Gateway Park at 3:30 p.m. BBQ begins immediately after. BBQ open to riders, their families, friends, guests and community members.

For more information, call 730-4601.

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Memorial Day! Take Time to Celebrate your Freedom!

USAGYongsan PACWIDE Tournament & Community Carnival

Thursday, 26 May Pre Tournament & Social Party: 1800-1900, Lombard Field Home Run Derby: 1900, Field #1 Friday, 27 May Opening Ceremony: 0830-0900, Field #1 (Community is invited to the Opening Ceremony) Softball Play Begins: 0900, Field #1, 2, 3 & 5 Salute to Retiree’s & Active Duty - 21D Country Band, Social Time, Recognition, Food & Drinks: 1630-1900, Lombard Field Old Time American Block Party - Battle of DJ Competition, Dance, Singing Contest, Food & Drinks: 1900-2300, Lombard Field Saturday, 28 May Softball Play: On Going, Field #1, 2, 3 & 5 Community Carnival - Pet Show: 1000-1300, Lombard Field Auto Show: 1300-1700, Williams Ave. Kids Games: 1000-1700, Lombard Field 06 vs E9 : 1300-1500, Field #2 Sunday, 29 May Softball Play: On Going, Field #1, 2, 3 & 5 Monday, 30 May Award Ceremony: 1400-1430, Lombard Field Celebration BBQ: 1430, Lombard Field For more information, please call 723-3291/7938 or 738-8608. Also go to

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Out of Country Leisure Travel – 753-7725

Visit China over holiday weekend Walking through the gates of Tiananmen square, strolling through the Forbidden City, struggling up the Great Wall and experiencing China’s ‘wheel of fortune’ each time you enjoy a meal are just a few of the experiences awaiting you on a visit to Beijing. And you can go there for an affordable price over one of the upcoming holiday weekends. US Airline Alliance on the second floor of the Soldier Support Center (One Stop) handles everything for you at one low price that includes a group visa, 5-star accommodations, tours of all the major attractions, transportation and most meals. Call at least a month in advance and enjoy a memorable experience.

Getting a Passport made easier for you Don’t have a tourist Passport? You’re not alone. Many Soldiers arrive in Korea on their ID Card and orders. But if you want to visit China, Vietnam or Thailand, you’re going to need a blue Passport. Now, thanks to Directorate of Logistics, there’ a Passport office on the second floor of the Soldier Support Center (One Stop) where you can acquire a Passport in two weeks or less. There some items you need such as a copy of your birth certificate, proof of US Citizenship and passport photos, but everything can be handled locally, saving you a trip to Seoul. All the information you need is available at Please call 7538557 for more information or to make an appointment. 59

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summer break classes make progress toward your degree this summer

UMUC will be holding special Summer Break classes at Osan Air Base just after Spring Session 2 ends. Why not complete a few credits before your summer vacation?

Summer Break Classes at Osan Sat-Sun (5/21 & 5/22), 0900-1730 PHIL 306 Confucian Practices in Asia (1) UMUC: 53016 Sec. A471

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Sat-Sun (6/4 & 6/5), 0900-1730 The Council of College and Military Educators (CCME) has awarded UMUC the 2011 Institution Award, which demonstrates dedication and leadership in providing quality voluntary off-duty education programs to the armed forces.

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WELCOME TO FREEDOM CHAPEL No Matter Your Taste Your USAG Humphreys Chaplains Have the Right Flavor for You!

Catholic Mass, 0900 ~ Protestant, 1100 ~ Gospel, 1300 ~ Spanish Worship, 1500 ~ Chapel Next, 1700 ~ Church of Christ, 1700 (Annex 3)

Protestant Women of the Chapel

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모듬고기 야채볶음

Pimento Vegetable Meatloaf Pan Fried Vegetable

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HUMPHREYS MOVIE THEATRE 753-7716 Show Times - 1830 & 2100 * Matinees – 1530 Closed May 23 for Organization Day






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May 2-3 $4.50/$2.25

May 4-5 $4.50/$2.25

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this Mother’s Day & every Sunday.

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Coming to FMWR in June

Calling All Dads We Salute All Area III Dads in June Send Your Photos to By May 12. The Dad selected for the cover of June Happenings will be our guest at the Alaska Mining Co. Father’s Day Steak Special

Beach Blast

June 17-19 Call 753-8825 for details

Father-Daughter Dance

June 19 @ Tommy D’s 1830-2030 Dads $10 – Daughters Free Make a Date with your Daughter Happenings May 11.indd 76

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