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Family & Morale, Welfare and Recreation

September 2010


USAG-Humphreys & Area III Family & MWR

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USAG-HUMPHREYS Commander COL JOSEPH MOORE Deputy Commander DAVE FRODSHAM Sergeant Major CSM JASON K. KIM

FAMILY & MWR Acting Director & Recreation JIM HOWELL Business Operations MIKE ROSS Financial Management YON MCCORMICK Services LARRY ENGRAM ACS SUZANNE JAMES Youth Services JOON AUCI

Marketing Chief MIKE MOONEY 754-8257 Korean Deputy & Advertising

CHONG, SO-KYONG 754-6545 Graphics-Family Strong Editor

KYRA RODRIGUEZ 754-6472 Illustrator/Writer JEFFREY HUBBARD 754-5875 Teen Correspondent NICOLE VELEZ Korean Marketing Interns ‘SUE’ HE-SO ‘GUN’ LEE, GUN-HACK

031-692-2147 U.S. Marketing Intern MEGAN CLANCY

754-5875 Distribution YU, TAE-YOL

031-692-2147

A monthly publication of the Directorate of Family & MWR published under the authority of AR 215-1 and designed to make authorized patrons 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 Marketing at area3mwrmarketing@korea.army.mil

Volume 12, Number 9

September 2010

August a month of change MIKE MOONEY Family & MWR Marketing Chief

There were lots of Hellos and Goodbyes in Family & MWR Marketing during the month of August, starting with the departure of our boss, Steve Ryan, along with his boss (i.e., wife Ann) and daughter, Jessica. Jessica didn‟t belong to us. She actually served as an intern for Lori Yerdon in PAO. But, in addition to being a good friend of my daughter, Chuha, Jessica was a regular contributor to Happenings. In fact, she has two bylines in this month‟s magazine, one on Asan and the other on the Teddy Bear Museum in Seoul (You may remember she also brought us a story on the Hello Kitty Café in Seoul). In addition to the Ryans, we also lost a Korean Intern and one of the finest summer hires we have ever had. Lee, Song-Gu, is off to Germany for another year of school. Martin, as he called himself, turned out to be a great talent with a lot of imagination and creativity. His banners and posters were always first rate, and he will be sorely missed. So will PAO Intern Lee, Hye-Yong, Judy or the Cookie Monster to her friends. Like Jessica, Judy worked for Lori but still contributed to Happenings. Judy is graduating from college and looking for a job, hopefully with the U.S. Army. I hope she finds one. She is a great talent and a person who will bring enthusiasm to every endeavor. Then there‟s our Summer Hire, Nicole Velez, who will now be our “Teen Correspondent”. What a find! I have had some very good summer hires in the past, but Nicole has to be the most creative and fastest learner of all. She tackled everything we threw her way and finished each project with speed, efficiency and pride. While each of these talented people will be missed, we are also welcoming a new wave of talent. We finally found a replacement for Sarah Dobson. He‟s Jeffrey Hubbard, whose wife, Alicia, works in JAG. This will be a new venture for us – a male military spouse. He has the experience we need in the new design programs for the web. We are also getting not one, but two, replacements for Martin. Their names are „Sue‟ Hee-Soc and „Gun‟ Lee, Gun-Hack, college students at Nam-Seoul and Pyongtaek Universities respectively. Life is Change, In Case You Didn’t Know!

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Highlights

Highlights Highlights

September 2010

Korea-American Friendship September 2010 September 2010 Fishing Festival

Korea-American Korea-AmericanFriendship Friendship Splish & Splash Season Fishing Festival Fishing Festival Ends September 7

Splish Splish&&Splash SplashSeason Season Ends EndsSeptember September7 7

Beautiful Busan

Humphreys welcomes second group of Korean College Interns The partnership between USAGHumphreys and two local Korean universities to provide college internships to deserving students has entered the second stage with a dozen students joining the US workforce. The dream of recently departed On the cover … Director of Family & MWR Steve Ryan, the internship program started in February with seven interns in FMWR and Public Affairs. That group graduated in August and has been replaced by a dozen students from Pyeongtaek University and Nam-Seoul University in Choenon. “Everyone was more than pleased with the skills and contributions of the first set of Interns, and more agencies wanted to get involved,” said Internship Program Coordinator Denise Chappell from Army Community Service. “This time, FMWR Marketing, PAO, Outdoor Rec, the Child Development Center, Youth Sports and Army Community Service have elected to continue in the internship program and DPW, DPTMS, Contracting and Humphreys American School have requested and received an Intern of their own.” Franklin Casanova III taken in Seoul at the War Memorial Participating students are majoring in areas such as American studies, Marketing, Business or Museum. Taken June 18, 2010, he is the son of Maria and Franklin sports and undergo a rugged interview process through their respective universities in order to be selected for the program. Casanova, C Co. 602nd. They will work at USAG-Humphreys for six months and are actually paying the universities in order to participate. Professors from the schools monitor their progress and give grades based on how well the interns perform.

Pro Bowlers

New Interns

Pro Bowlers Pro Bowlers Pro Bowlers

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Military Family of the Year Nominations Open Tennis Championships, Main Tennis Courts Bungee Jumping, Outdoor Rec Pre-Season Flag Football, Soldier Field Leisure Games at Songnam, Outdoor Rec Pre-Season Soccer, Soldier Field Seoul Land Zoo & Park, Outdoor Rec BOSS Zipline Adventure Last Day for Splish & Splash Dutch Oven Cooking, Outdoor Rec Pro Bowlers at Strike Zone Outdoor Movie, Transformation Park, Dark Community Yard Sale, Commissary Lot, 1000 Ginseng Festival, Outdoor Rec Danyang Extreme Sports, Outdoor Rec Kids Week Geocaching Class, Outdoor Rec Community Job Fair, Super Gym BOSS Han River Cruise KSA Fishing Tournament, Outdoor Rec Sophisticated Saturday, Tommy D’s, 1900 RC Race, Outdoor Rec Chusok Rising Star A Cappella, CAC, 1800 Rising Star Finals, CAC, 1900 Outdoor Movie Area III Bowling Championships, Strike Zone Yumyeongsan Recreational Forest, Herb Hills Adventure Park, Outdoor Rec


ON THE HORIZON A look at What’s Coming Up in Family, 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. OCTOBER 9-Oktoberfest 14-15 – AFAP Conference 22-24-Korean Grand Prix 23-Make A Difference Day 29-Return to Spooky Hallow 30-Gooey Goblin Gallop 30-Halloween Bowling Tournament NOVEMBER 6-Families of Year Awards Ceremony 25-Turkey Bowl Football DECEMBER 1-20 – Letters from Santa 1-20-Holiday Shopping Spree 6-Community Tree Lighting 11-12 – Breakfast with Santa 24-Soldier’s Christmas Eve Party 31-New Year’s Eve Parties JANUARY 1-Biggest Losers Kickoff 1-Fly-Away Home Shootout 1-31 – Lunar Customer Survey 8-Polar Bear Plunge FEBRUARY 2-4– Chinese New Year (Year of the Rabbit) 7-Super Bowl Parties TBD – Far East High School Wrestling TBD – BOSS Winter Games MARCH 17-St. Patrick’s Day 17-Lucky Duck Day, Alaska Mining Co. 18-Lucky Duck Day, Tommy D’s APRIL 1-Army 10-miler Registration opens 9-Biggest Loser’s Awards Ceremony 23-Eggstravaganza

MAY 5-Korea Children’s Day 6-Spouse’s Appreciation Day 10-Buddha’s Birthday 13-Mother-Son Dance 20-Volunteer of Year Ceremony 28-Splish & Splash opens TBD – Far East High School Soccer JUNE 4-Korea-wide Youth Baseball 10-12-BOSS Beach Blast 11-12-Master’s Bowling Tournament 15-Father-Daughter Dance 20-Camp Adventure Starts July 3-4 – FreedomFest 16-23-Boryeong Mud Festival 15-16 – Area III Softball 22-ACS Birthday 23-Christmas in July TBD-Mother-Daughter Tea AUGUST TBD -Father-Son Adventure Day TBD – King of the Grill Contest SEPTEMBER 1-Family of the Year Nominations Open 6-Splish & Splash Closes 11-13 – Chusok 22-23– Rising Star 24-Area III Bowling Championships

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Alphabetical List of Phone Numbers & Hours of Operation

ACS

ALASKA MINING CO.

0800-1700 M-F

0630-2100 M-F 0800-2100 S-S-H

Thu-Mon 1200-2030

CAC

CAC ARTS & CRAFTS

CAC REC GAME ROOM

753-8401

753-8825 0800-2200 M-F 1000-2200 S-S-H CATERING @ TOMMY D’s

753-8189

0900-1800 M-F (1300-1400 Lunch) LIBRARY

753-8433

1000-2000 M-F 1000-1900 S-S SPLISH & SPLASH WATER PARK

754-6412

Mon-Thu 1200-2000 F-S-S-H 1130-2100 UNIT FUNDS

754-3101

753-6706

1100-2100 S-S

CDC

753-8601

0530-1800 M-F

MP HILL GYM

753-5971

0500-2300 M-F 1000-1900 Sat-Hol 1200-2100 Sun SUPER GYM

753-8031 0500-2300 M-F 0830-2300 Sat 0830-2200 Sun-Hol VET CLINIC (Osan AB)

AUTO SKILLS

753-8547

753-8825

1100-2200 M-F 1000-2200 S-S-H

BINGO

753-8191

BOWLING

754-5722

1200 Saturday TOMMY D’s

1600-2200 M-T-W-T 0930-2400 F-S-S-H

CAC POOL

CAC SNACK BAR

753-8835

0600-2200 M-F

753-7447 0700-1900 M-F

FAMILY READINESS CENTER

GATEWAY GAME ROOM

AUGUSTA WEST MINIATURE GOLF

0800-1700 M-T-W-F 1300-1700 Thu

1200-2400 S-Thu 1200-0100 F-S

1100-2000

OUTDOOR RECREATION

OUT-OF-COUNTRY LEISURE TRAVEL

1100-1900 Thu-Mon

0800-1700 M-F 0900-1300 Sat

753-6522

753-3013 SUPER GYM INDOOR POOL

753-8083

754-3171

753-7725 TEEN CENTER

753-5613

754-6291 REC ANNEX

753-5601 M-F 0900-2000 Weekend – 1200-2000 Holiday – 1100-1900

TOMMY D’S

753-8191

1430-1900 M-F 1500-2000 Sat

1100-1300 M-F 1600-2300 W-T 1600-2400 F-Sat

WIC OVERSEAS

YOUTH CENTER

ZOECKLER GYM

0600-2200 M-F 0830-2100 S-S-H

784-6614

753-6909

753-3413

0800-1630 M-W-F Closed for Repairs

0545 M-Thu 0545-2100 F 1600-2100 Sat

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

SUWON ACS

SUWON GYMNASIUM

SUWON LIBRARY

SUWON REC CENTER

SUWON REC KITCHEN

0800-1700 M-T-W-F 1300-1700-Thu

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

1100-2000 S-S

1100-2200 M-Thu 1100-2400 F-Sat 1300-2200 Sun

0700-2100 M-Thu 0700-2300 F-Sat 1300-2100 Sun

754-6121

0800-1630 M-F

788-5024

0800-1600 M-F

788-6020

788-5449

788-5840

754-8083

788-5840


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Lunch is Served Alaska Mining Company Daily Luncheon Buffet Served from 1100-1300 Always All-You-Can-Eat $7.95 Includes Salad Bar, Beverage & Dessert

MONDAY 30 Honey Baked Chicken Pork Steak

TUESDAY 31 Pulled Pork Beef Brisket

WEDNESDAY Sep 1 Fried Chicken Roast Pork

THURSDAY Sep 2 Southern Buffet

FRIDAY Sep 3 Baked Ham Turkey

6 Lasagna Spaghetti 13 Beef Stew Italian Chicken

7 Beef Brisket Baked Chicken 14 Baked Ziti Stuffed Peppers

8 Bulgogi Spicy Pork 15 Fried Chicken Baked Fish

9 Mexican Buffet 16 Irish Buffet

10 Baked Fish Fried Shrimp 17 Turkey Baked Ham

20 Pulled Pork Salisbury Steak

21 Catfish Meatloaf

22 CLOSED FOR CHUSOK

23 Southern Buffet

24 Baked Fish Fried Shrimp

27 Honey-Baked Chicken Fried Pork Steak

28 Pulled Pork Beef Brisket

29 Curry Pork Fried Chicken

30 Asian Buffet

Oct 1 Turkey Baked Ham

Aug 30-Sep 3 Sep 6-10 Sep 13-17 Sep 20-24 Sep 27-Oct 1

TUNA PANINI HOT PASTRAMI OPEN ROAST BEEF RIB EYE STEAK SUBMARINE

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AMC Evening Specials Tuesdays 1700-2030

Family Nite Family-Size Bowl of Spaghetti & Meatballs

$19.95

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

Sep 3 SEAFOOD BUFFET Selection of Baked & Fried Seafood $25.95

Sep 10 & 24 MONSTER STEAKS 24 oz - $24.95, 16 oz - $17.95

Sep 17 PRIME RIB King $17.95, Queen $15.95, Couple $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


AMC Weekend Specials September 4-5 (1100-Closing)

Steak & Shrimp Scampi $18.95 September 11-12 (1100-Closing)

Veal Parmigianino $14.95

September 18-19 (1100-Closing)

Fried Chicken $10.95 September 25-26 (1100-Closing)

Fillet Of Sole $12.95


Sophisticated Saturday

Tommy D’s Saturday, September 18 Dinner Service at 1900 * Entertainment to follow

$50 Couple * $35 Single Sophisticated Saturday is an upscale dining experience and your 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.

RESERVATIONS - Lisa.hogue.1@korea.army.mil

Entertainment NuSenSations Wednesdays & Thursdays

TOMMY D’s

Tuesdays

SUWON CAC

Fridays & Saturdays

GATEWAY GAME ROOM or SUWON Schedule is subject to change. Please check with facilities for show time


Tommy D’s Texas Hold’em

Tommy D’s hosts Texas Hold’em Tournaments twice a week. Game time is 1900 Wednesdays and Fridays. 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. Friday Champs Nite. $20 Buy-in, $15 Re-buy or add on through the first break. Texas Hold’em is open to all USFK is open to all USFK ID Card holders, including KATUSAs.

WIN UP TO $1,000 Playing Bar-Top Bingo

AVAILABLE AT THE ALASKA MINING CO., GATEWAY GAME ROOM & SCUDBUSTERS IN SUWON

BINGO!

Every Saturday @ Tommy D’s $3,200 & $2,500 Progressive Jackpots 17 games (including Early Birds) Doors Open 1200, Card Sales 1230 Early Birds 1300, REGULAR GAMES START AT 1330


All-U-Can-Eat Korean Buffet Tommy D’s Cuisine (Monday-Friday 1100-1300 – Closed on Korean Holidays)Ê Ê

Tuesday Ê All-U-Can-Eat Korean Buffet Two Entrees Featuring Ê

MondaysÊ

LA BBQ SHORT RIBSÊ Ê

Monday-Friday 1100-1300 Closed on Korean Holidays Combination ofÊ Pan-Fried PorkÊ ChickenTuesdays or Beef Cutlet or Mondays Fried Chicken Wings or Two Entrees Featuring LA BBQ SHORT w/SausageÊ RIBS Pan-Fried Vegetables Sweet & Sour CombinationPorkÊ of Pan-Fried Vegetables w/Sausage Pan-Fried Pork $6.50Ê Chicken or Beef Cutlet or $7.95 Fried WednesdaysÊ Chicken Wings or Sweet & Sour Pork

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Late Night Snacks 1600 - 2400 Chicken Strips (5 Pieces) $6.95 Hot Dog w/Chilli Cheese $4.95 Chicken Strips (5) $6.95 Hot Dog Plain $3.25 Hot Dog $3.25 BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich $4.95 Hot Dog w/Chili Cheese $6.95 $4.95 BBQ Pork Spare Ribs Plate Chicken Sandwich BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich $4.75 $4.95 Chilli Bowl w/ Cheese BBQ Pork Spareribs Plate $3.25 $6.95 Shrimp Basket w/ Fries $6.75 Chicken Sandwich $4.75 $4.95 Cheese Sticks (6 Pieces) Bowl of Chili w/Cheese $3,25 (12 Pieces) $4.95 Shanghai Style Lumpia Grand Chips & Salsa Tray Shrimp Basket w/Fries $4.25 $6.75 French Fries $1.75 Cheese Sticks (6) $4.95 Chilli Cheese Fries $2.95 Shanghai-Style Lumpia (12) $4.95 Sausage, Egg & Cheese Biscuit $2.25 Grand Chips & Salsa Tray $2.25 $4.25 Bacon, Egg & Cheese Biscuit French Fries $1.75 Asst. Can Soda $1.25 (Root Beer, Cream soda, Sarsaparilla) Specialty Soda Chili Cheese Fries $2.95 $1.75 FRIDAY NIGHT SPECIAL Bottled Water $1.00 Asst. Gatorade $2.95 Sesame Chicken Wings (12) $6.95

Lime Wings (12) $6.95 ★Chicken Friday Night Special ★

Sesame Chicken Wings (12 Pieces) $6.95 Chilli Lime Chicken Wings (12 Pieces) $6.95

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Plus$6.50 MeatloafÊ (Vegetable, Mushroom or Thursdays Sweet Pepper) Ê Korean BBQ $6.50Ê Plus Meatloaf Ê Vegetable, Mushroom FridaysÊ Ê or Sweet Pepper Two EntreesÊ $6.50 Featuring Fried Fish or Pork Bulgogi orÊ Curry Fridays Rice Beef or Two Entrees Chicken Bulgogi orÊ Featuring or Ê HashFried RiceFish Pork$6.50Ê Bulgogi or Curry Rice Ê Beef or Ê Chicken Bulgogi or Always All-You-Can-EatÊ Hash Rice Ê

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■ Uniquely Korean ■ ODR Rec Treks ■ Taste of Culture ■ Festivals ■ Customs and Holidays


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Continuing Impressions By Megan Clancy Family & MWR Marketing Intern

Korea continues to amaze me. I was so excited when I finally set foot inside the famous Gyeongbokgung Palace in Seoul. As soon as I saw the palace itself, I was finally convinced that I was really in Korea. I was in awe when I saw the evil-looking statues that were supposed to keep evil forces away from the palace. It was incredible to be able to see inside the buildings. I saw beds, tea sets and furniture that the royal families used. There were even sophisticated paintings on the walls, which were mostly red and gold in color with elaborate patterns. When you go inside these buildings, you realize that you’re really in the Orient – especially with the number of dragon images in the paintings. Not only is Korea is well-known for its history, but also its festivals. I had the chance to visit the Boryeong Mud Festival in July. As a kid I would have avoided mud since I was a girly girl. But that went out the window at Boryeong. I wanted to blend in with the crowd, so I became a big fan of mud. Boryeong mud is renowned for being good for the skin, so I took the liberty of spreading mud all over my body, including my face. I wasn’t the only one. In fact, I found it hilarious that there was a mud prison for people who were NOT covered with mud. As you can imagine, the prison was a popular photo spot. I was positively thrilled when I went down the giant mud slide with my buddy to the pool of mud at the bottom, a big help in the hot summer sun. After visiting some of the amazing attractions and festivals, I realized that Korea has so much to offer visitors from around the world. This California girl will take home memories of Korea that will last a lifetime. Marketing Intern Megan Clancy is serving in Korea under a special program offered by the EEO program, affording physically disabled persons the opportunity to work for the government. Deaf since birth, Megan has received cochlear implants designed to help her hear. Already a graduate of Gallaudet University and Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine, she is working on another degree at California State University-Long Beach. The article above represents her continuing impressions of Korea.


Uniquely Uniquely Korean Korean

Chusok Chusok combination combination of of Harvest Harvest and and Family Family festival festival

Koreans Koreanscelebrate celebrateone oneofofthe themajor majorholidays holidays ofofthe year this month – a holiday the year this month – a holidaydeep deepinin tradition traditionand andaareminder reminderofofthe theimportance importanceofof Family to the Korean people. Family to the Korean people. Chusok festival Chusokisthisaamajor majorharvest harvest festivalcelebrated celebrated th th th ononthe 15 day of the 8 month on the the 15 day of the 8 month on theLunar Lunar calendar. calendar.Many Manyscholars scholarsclaim claimChusok Chusok originates originatesfrom fromancient ancientshamanistic shamanistic celebrations of the celebrations of theharvest harvestmoon. moon. Throughout ThroughoutKorea, Korea,there therewill willbebeaamass massexodus exodusofofKoreans Koreansreturning returningtototheir theirhometowns hometownstotopay pay respects to the spirits of their ancestors. Festive occasions like Chusok demonstrate the importance respects to the spirits of their ancestors. Festive occasions like Chusok demonstrate the importanceofof family familytotoKorean Koreansociety. society.Family Familymembers, members,usually usuallyfrom fromthe thepaternal paternalline, line,get gettogether togethertotoprepare prepare food, honor their ancestors, and cherish relatives, both living and deceased. Chusok food, honor their ancestors, and cherish relatives, both living and deceased. Chusokisisaareminder reminder that thatfamilies familiesare areconnected connectedand andbonded bondedininthe thesame samefortune fortuneand andancestors ancestorslive livethrough throughthe theoffspring offspring asaspart partofofpeople’s people’sdaily dailylives. lives. On OnChusok Chusokmorning morningthe thefamily familycarefully carefullyprepares preparesthe theancestral ancestraltable tableforforaamemorial memorialceremony. ceremony.The The house of the eldest son is usually the site of the gathering. Family members arrive early house of the eldest son is usually the site of the gathering. Family members arrive earlyininthe the morning morningtotoparticipate participateininthe theceremony. ceremony.The Theeldest eldestmale maledescendant descendantfrom fromthe theline lineofofeldest eldestsons sons(even (even if ifheheisisnot the eldest male in the family) usually presides over the ceremony. There are many not the eldest male in the family) usually presides over the ceremony. There are manyrounds rounds ofofbowing bowingtotothe thefloor floorfrom fromaakneeling kneelingposition, position,and andancestors ancestorsare areoffered offeredwine wineand andfood. food. After Afterthe theceremony ceremonyallallthe thefood foodisistaken takenout outofof the room and rearranged for the family to the room and rearranged for the family toeat. eat. After Afterthe themeal mealsome someofofthe thefood foodthat thathas hasbeen been set setaside asideisistaken takentotothe thegraves gravesofofthe theancestors, ancestors, where there will be more bowing and where there will be more bowing andprayers. prayers. Chusok is also a time to wear traditional Chusok is also a time to wear traditionalclothing clothing and andplay playtraditional traditionalgames. games. Many Manycommunities communitieswill willhold holdmini-festivals mini-festivalswith with dancing and singing to celebrate the harvest dancing and singing to celebrate the harvest and andthe thearrival arrivalofofautumn. autumn. For Americans, Chusok For Americans, Chusokisisaatime timetotostay stayhome home and out of the way. The highways will and out of the way. The highways willbebemore more like likeparking parkinglots, lots,and andtravel travelwill willbebenext nexttoto impossible. impossible.If Ifyou’re you’relucky luckyenough enoughtotobebeinvited invited totoaalocal Korean home, go local Korean home, goand andenjoy enjoythe the Chusok Chusokfood. food.You Youwon’t won’tbebesorry. sorry.


History by Teddy Bears By Jessica Ryan USAG-Humphreys Public Affairs

Growing up near Washington DC, I was always dragged by my Family to history museums in the city. As a child, I thought these museums were pretty boring. You can say I was unappreciative but, let’s be honest here. When you were a kid, you would rather be going to history museums or going to more fun places like the toy store? Luckily, the Teddy Bear Museum in Namsan Seoul Tower in Seoul sparks children’s interest in history by using teddy bears. The museum chronicles Seoul’s past and present by displaying teddy bears in famous historical and modern scenes. In its first exhibit hall, the adorable bears dress up in ancient style clothing, recreate scenes of Seoul’s past, and depict important figures in history. Don’t be fooled though. While you might think teddy bears are just cutesy and childish, these bears look pretty fierce when they dress up in traditional Korean garments. In the second exhibit hall, visitors can view teddy bears in different settings of modern Seoul. Famous city landmarks such as Seoul Grand Park and the Blue House (the president’s home) as well as pop culture icons like NANTA and the B-Boys are represented in this area. The B-Boys bears even spin around. There is also a “History of Teddy Bears” exhibit featuring famous teddy bears. Believe it or not, the Teddy Bear Museum provides entertaining and educational experience for both children and adults. My father, who is pretty embarrassed to admit he went to the museum, even said that the displays and descriptions were very informative. The Teddy Bear Museum is located in Namsan Seoul Tower. The admission price is W8,000 for adults, W6,000 for teenagers and W4,000 for children 13 years old and younger. Purchase the observatory package which includes admission to the museum and the tower’s observatory deck and view the city from 777 feet in the air. Who ever thought you could learn Seoul history from a Teddy Bear?


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Busan more than Port City This is the first installment of a series of stories about Korea’s 2nd largest city and the country’s largest port, Busan, located from 2½ to five hours southeast of Humphreys

Haeundae is Korea’s Best Beach Mike Mooney Marketing Chief

Any discussion about Busan, particularly during the hot months, has to start with the beautiful Haeundae Beach. Located about a 30 minute taxi ride from the Busan train station, Haeundae offers white sand, clear blue waters and a great opportunity to see the old and new Korea side-by-side. Taking its lessons from European beaches, all you need to enjoy Haeundae is a little bit of won (about 20,000 for two people) to get a beach umbrella, two chaise lounges, a sand mat and a couple of beach towels). And, yes, the vendors understand English as well as Chinese, Japanese, Russian and other languages. Haeundae Beach is heavily patrolled by life guards from both the shore and the sea, and is considered one of Korea’s safest beaches. It is open all year round, although winter activities center around a series of music festivals and other “out of the water” activities. The beach is lined with popular restaurants that serve a wide variety of western food. If you are itching for an excuse to go on the Bullet train, Busan is well worth a visit. Next month: The World’s Only UN Cemetery


Coming to Korea Sturgis Rally starts Sep 17 The resort community of Taebaek (the same place Korea hosts a snow festival each winter) will be turned into an Asian version of Sturgis, South Dakota, Sep 17-21 with the annual Sturgis Asia Motorcycle Rally. Like its namesake in the States, the Asia rally is designed for all motorcycle enthusiasts. Activities will include a bike parade, competitions (hill climbing, mini-moto and custom bikes), a , fashion show, stunt shows, booths, concerts and, unique to Sturgis-Asia, Korean Cultural Shows. For details and more information, please contact sturgisasia.com

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Formula One Grand Prix next month Korea will host its first-ever Formula One Grand Prix race next month at the new facility in Yeongam in southwest Korea. The race is scheduled for October 22-24. The web site for the race is f1korea.go.kr. It is currently only available in Korean, but both Outdoor Rec and Marketing are working on gathering English information concerning schedules and tickets. Information will be released as soon as it’s available through Garrison Notes and the Weekly Flash. The Grand Prix arena will hold up to 1.2 million people, so tickets shouldn’t be a problem. Watch for updated information.


Riding Korea’s Rails Korea’s Bullet Train an Experience you need to try Train travel is a new experience to many Americans. But in Korea, it is frequently the “only way to go.” Korean trains are inexpensive, clean, safe and faster that either driving or taking a bus. This is especially true when it comes to Korea’s KTX (Korea Trains eXpress) Trains, also called the Bullet Trains. Zipping along at more than 300 kilometers per hours (180 miles per hour), the Bullet Train puts Busan less than 3 hours from Humphreys. The only problem is that you have to go to Choenon-Asan or take the regular train from Pyongtaek to Daejon to catch the bullet. Future expansion is expected to see a KTX station closer to Humphreys, but that’s for your next assignment in Korea. Meanwhile, it’s worth the effort to get yourself and your Family to either Asan or Daejon to try it out. US Airline Alliance in the Soldier Support Center (One Stop) sells KTX tickets at a discount, so you don’t even have to worry about making yourself understood or having enough Korean won on hand to get the correct connections. Plan your trip for a weekday to get the cheapest rate, and get a further discount with the “Family Seat Package” four seats together facing each other. Once you’re aboard, you will enjoy unjostled serenity in a comfortable seat (the airlines should take a lesson), Korea’s countryside zipping past your window (which is clean enough to take pictures through), clean air and quiet. Put the Bullet Train on your “must do before you leave Korea” list.

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Happenings Happenings Is most effective way to reach the USAG-Humphreys Market!

Two mass-circulated surveys, one conducted by Family & MWR and the other by USAG-Humphreys show that the top methods people get their news about what’s happening in the Community is through direct E-Mail Notes from the Garrison, In The Fight, etc) and the FMWR monthly Happenings magazine. E-Mail and Happenings were the 1st & 2nd choices in the Garrison Survey. In the FMWR Survey, Happenings was No. 1 followed by E-Mail at No. 2. Direct E-Mail and Happenings were the only two of 15 different choices to draw more than a 50 percent response from survey participants.

What does it mean? If you’re a business trying to reach the Humphreys Market, Happenings is where you need to spend your advertising dollar. Please contact advertising manager Miss Chong, So-Kyong at 0505-754-6545 or 031-619-6545 for more information about rates and deadlines.

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In the Fight distribution merged with daily Garrison Notes In a continuing effort to keep USAG-Humphreys informed about upcoming activities and events in a timely manner, the mailing lists for the Weekly Flash and In the Fight E-Mail calendars from Family & MWR have been merged with the daily Garrison Notes produced by Public Affairs. The Flash will appear as an attachment on Wednesdays and In the Fight on Thursdays.


Outdoor Rec Treks Unless otherwise specifiied, Transportation fee is $10 for Adults & $5 for Children. Participants should bring Korean Won for admission, food and souvenirs. Participants are also encouraged to take their digital cameras and send their photos to area3mwrmarketing@korea.army.mil

September 4 (0800-1700) Bungee Jumping Fee $80 per person, Registration deadline Sep 2. September 5 (0800-1800) Songnam Sports Leisure Games X-Style games, Spectators fight demonstration, Break-dance performance, Sport fishing for pleasure or competition & more. Registration deadline Sep 2. September 6 (0900-1800) SPECIAL FAMILY TRIP SeoulLand Zoo Entry: Adults 3,000 won, Student (13-18) 2,000 won, Children (6-12) 1,000 won. Registration deadline Sep 2. September 11 (0800-1800) Ginseng Festival Expo showcasing 1,500 year of Ginseng, Registration deadline Sep 9 September 12 (0900-1800) Danyang Extreme Sports Fee: $50 Adults, $45 Children. Includes Whitewater Rafting & ATV. Registration deadline Sep 9 September 25 (1000-1900) Yumyeongsan Recreational Forest Entry 1,000 won Adults, 600 won children. Registration deadline September 23 September 26 (0600-2100) Daegu Herb Hills Adventure Park Features Obstacle, Rope & Endurance Courses). Transportation & Food fee $60, Entry fee 15,000 won. Deadline September 23

Korean-American Friendship Fishing Festival Saturday, September 18 (0600-1600) Do-Gok Reservoir, An-Sung Entry Fee: 20,000W Men, 10,000W Women, Children Free Lots of Prizes with medals for First thru Fifth Place and Prizes for 6th – 20th. Lots of giveaways for participants. Sponsored by Korea Sport Fishing Association & Outdoor Rec Outdoor Rec has rods, reels & lures for rent and will be taking a bus to the tournament. Transportation fee $10 for Adult, $5 for Children. Make reservations by Sep 16 at 753-3255 / 3013


Holiday Get-Aways

CHINA FANTASY 4-Day Beijing $739

Sep 4-7, Oct 9-12, Nov 11-14

5-Day Beijing $839

Sep 4-8, Oct 8-12, Nov 10-14

6-Day Beijing & Xian $1,379 Sep 2-7, Oct 7-12

VIETNAM 5-day Hanoi

Labor Day (Sep 3-7) $1,059 Columbus Day (Oct 6-12) $959

5-day Ho-Chi Minh (Saigon) Labor Day (Sep 3-7) $1,089 Columbus Day (Oct 6-12) $989

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Taste of Korea

Bae – An apple that tastes like a pear Pyrus pyrifolia is actually a pear that is native to China, Japan, and Korea. The tree's edible fruit is known by many names, including: Asian pear, nashi or nashi pear, Korean pear, Japanese pear, Taiwan pear, sand pear or pear apple. Regardless of what you call it, you will find it delicious and a great Taste of Korea. As you travel in the countryside around Humphreys, you will see orchards like the one pictured above with golden paper hanging in the trees. This paper is protecting the delicious and delicate pear apple in its infant stage. Many of those fruits will be picked when they’re about the size of a tennis ball and exported to the U.S. where they will be sold individually for $1 or more. But here in Korea, we get to enjoy pear apples when they’re fully grown and about the size of a softball. Pear apples are generally eaten raw and not baked in pies or made into jams because they have a high-water content and a crisp, grainy texture -- very different from the buttery European or U.S. varieties of pear. Contrary to popular belief, they are not a cross between an apple and pear, but their shape and crisp texture are reminiscent of apples. They are commonly served raw and peeled as a dessert and frequently given as Chusok gifts, since they are usually harvested by hand just before the Chusok holidays. You will be able to purchase pear apples at roadside stands, in the commissary or the open markets. As with grocery stores in the States, they are usually sold individually but, for Chusok, you can buy them by the case. They can last for several weeks or more in a cold, dry place, although they usually get eaten before you have time to store them. If you haven’t ever tried a pear apple, do yourself a favor. They are a Great Taste of Korea.


Discover Korea

Rocky Horror Picture Show, now in Seoul The Rocky Horror Picture Show is an experience everyone should enjoy at least once … sort of like climbing Mt. Fuji. Now you can do it in Seoul. The play, which has an almost cult following in the States with people showing up dressed as their favorite character is playing at the COEX Artium through Oct. 10. Admission ranges from 66,000-110,000 won. More information is available at 02-501-7888. The Seoul performance is being presented in English, and actors come from all over the world. There’s a light over at the Frankenstein Place!

Upcoming Korean Festivals Sep 3-7 Nangye Traditional Korean Music Sep 3-12 Hyoseok Culture Festival Sep 3-12 Geumsan Iusam Ginseng Sep 24-28 Yangyang Songyi Mushroom Sep 24-Oct 3 Andong Internal Mask Dance Sep 24-26 Seoul Drum Sep 29-Oct 3 Gwacheon Hanmadang Oct 1-5 Yeoncheon Jeongok-ri Paleolithic Oct 1-6 Yeongju Punggi Ginseng Oct 1-12 Jinju Namgang Lantern Oct 5-10 Cheonan Dance Oct 5-10 7080 Chungjang Recollection

Oct 6-10 Gimje Horizon Oct 6-10 Suwon Hwaseong Culture Oct 7-10 Incheon Soraepogu Oct 8-10 Sunchang Fermented Soybean Oct 13-17 Busan Jagalchi Oct 15-17 Jarasum International Jazz Oct 20-24 Ganggyeong Fermented Seafood Oct 21-24 Icheon Rice Culture Oct 23-31 Gwangju Kimchi Culture Oct 26-31 Gimhae Ceramics

FOR MORE INFORMATION, GO TO visitkorea.or.kr or E-Mail FMWR Marketing @ stival Area3mwrmarketing@korea.army.mil Oct 6-10 – Suwon Hwaseong Culture Festival Oct 7-10 – Incheon Soraepogu Festival

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Pro Bowlers Tour Trio of Pros headed for Strike Zone Professional Bowlers Parker Bohn III, Sean Rash & Jason Belmonte are headed for the Strike Zone Bowling Center Friday, September 10, where they will share their knowledge and bowling skills with adults and children alike. This is the second trip to Humphreys for Bohn and Rash, while Belmonte, a 2-handed Australian bowler, who won the Professional Bowler’s Association (PBA) Rookie of the Year title in 2008-9, will be making his first visit. The trio will be working primarily with kids from 1300-1700 and with adults in the opening night of the Friday Night Bowling League starting at 1800. Strike Zone manager Rob Victorine is working with the Humphreys Elementary and Middle School, Youth Services and the Child Development Center to introduce as many local youngsters as possible to the pros and bowling. All bowling linage and shoe rental will be free during the Exhibition. During the Friday Night Bowling League, the pros will be rolling with league members and serve as league bowler pacers. Belmonte became the first two-handed bowler to win a PBA Tour event by capturing the Bowling Foundation Long Island Classic which helped him win Rookie of the Year honors. He started bowling 2-handed as a toddler. Bohn has won almost $3 million as a pro bowler and was named Bowler of the Year in 1999 and 2001-2. He has 31 pro titles, has thrown 85 sanctioned 300 games and is one of the few pros to roll a perfect game on television. He is also a member of the PBA Hall of Fame. Rash has won almost a half a million dollars in his five years on the pro tour and is a four-time Team USA member. He was also a 2-time All American at Wichita State. In addition to answering questions, signing autographs and posing for pictures, the Pros will also be demonstrating a collection of trick shots. Come to the Strike Zone for this unique opportunity

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Fall-Winter Bowling Leagues Friday Night Mixed Wednesday PBA Experience Starts September 10, 1830 Organizational Meeting Sep 15, 1830 Tuesday Intramural Youth Leagues (4-18) Organizational Meeting Sep 14, 1830 Register Sep 4 & 11, 1000 – FREE Kids’ Bowling Starts Sep 28 – Sign up at Bowlopolis Pee Wee (Ages 4-6) Super Gym or Strike Zone Youth Leagues (Ages 6-18) Visit our Facebook page at Humphreys-Strike-Zone

Weekly Specials Military in Uniform Bowl Free 1100-1300 every Friday Open Bowling $1 a game 1300-1630 every Saturday, Sunday & U.S. Holiday. Kids Bowl Free if accompanied by a paying parent. Red Pin Bowling Every Monday. Roll a strike and Spin the Wheel for prizes. Kids under 12 who knock down 9 pins on their first ball also get to Spin the Wheel… Bowl 3 games at regular price of $2.25 and get a fourth game free Thursday Red Pin Throw a strike when the head pin is red and win a free game. !

Area-III Bowling Championship September 25 @ Strike Zone 753-8811/07 for entry details Humphreys Strike Zone is now offering FREE Internet WIFI - Enjoy the FREE WIFI service while you bowl! Humphreys Strike Zone is now an Official Bowlopolis Birthday Party Bowling Center. Book your child next birthday party at Humphreys Strike Zone. For more information please call

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Water Basketball Tournament Get your basketball team together for the first-ever Super Gym Water Basketball Tournament Sep 12, and make sure they can swim. Unlike all previous tournaments at the Super Gym, this one is scheduled for the swimming pool instead of the basketball court. Tournament play starts at 1000. Call 753-8811 for entry information.

Try your foot at Jok-Gu challenge Mix soccer skills with no-hands handball and tennis and you have the Korean Game of Jok-Gu, also called Foot Volleyball. The Outdoor Volleyball Court at the Super Gym will host the first-ever Humphreys JokGu Tournament Sep 18 starting at 1000. Jok-Bu is actually a professional sport in Korea, and you can frequently see Koreans playing on make shift courts throughout the countryside. Come out and play or at least watch for an eye opening new experience.

Super Gym hosting CISM warm-ups Korea will serve as host of the 50th Men’s and first-ever Conseil du Sport Militaire (CISM) Women’s Basketball Championships Sep 9-17, and both the U.S. and Korean Women’s teams will play warm-up contests at the Super Gym. The U.S. team will meet an All-Star team at 1830 Sep 3, while the U.S. and Korean CISM teams meet at 1500 Sep 4. Both games are free. The U.S. CISM team is basically the Armed Forces All-Stars, selected from the 2010 Armed Forces tournament which was won by Army. Seven of the players on the U.S. team wear Army Green. The All Stars who will play in the Sep 3 game will include players from Humphreys Lady Dawgs and pick-ups from Osan, Yongsan and other Korea post-level teams. Founded Feb 18, 1948, the International Military Sports Council (CISM) is one of the largest multidisciplinary organizations in the world. It organizes various sporting events for the armed forces of its 135 member countries. Soldiers, who may previously have met on the battle field, now meet in friendship on the sports playing field. This is in accordance with the philosophy and the ideals which were set in CISM’s mission statement in 1998, signed by all the member countries. CISM’s ultimate goal is to contribute to world peace by uniting armed forces through sports. The CISM motto is “Friendship through Sport.”


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Free Aerobics, Aqua, Spinning & Yoga USAG-Humphreys offers a full series of free exercise programs, to include Pilates, Step & Sculpt, Spinning, Aquafit, Yoga, Cardio Sculpt, Step Aerobics and Extreme Circuit. b s Gym Monday through Classes are offered at the Super Gym,aMP Gym and Zoeckler coHill n ‘n’ e g g Saturday. Class times vary from 0615 to 1910 and are conducted by certified instructors. Stop by one of the three Gyms or check the USAG-Humphreys web site for updated schedules The Bread & Butter of Breakfast and locations. Mon. 0400-1400, Tue.- Fri. 0400-2200

Civilian Fitness Program starting Sat. 0700-2400 & Sun. 0830-1500 The Civilian Fitness Program is aMajor Department the Armyand program Watch League of Baseball Snack intended on our to encourage civilian employees to improve their health and fitness through exercise and other positive health habits. Participants are authorized up to three hours per week excused absence to participate Beer & Buffalo Wings in a command sponsored formal physical exercise training program. STarTing aT 1700 on gaME DayS Duration of program is up to six months, enrollment period (Sept 1-30), Exercise (3 hours per Didassessment you know that week, Oct 1-Mar 31), Post (April 1-31).we offer the best... Dixie Bell   Fresh Baked ‘N’ Eggs  The program is open toEnglish full-time DoD civilianBacon employees assigned to USAG-Humphreys. Muffins Participants must receive their supervisor’s approval and be medically cleared if required (males  Pancakes & Waffles fromor Scratch 39 or older, females 49Made or older have other risk factors present) and cannot have been Kosa Mart   Teriyaki Spaghetti Farm Fresh Eggs previously enrolled inthe program. Contact Health  Cappuccino Espresso Walk Thru Gate Main Gate Promotion at 753-3253 for further &information. Shopping Plaza

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Youth Sports

Road Runners prepare for 5K Run The Humphreys Road Runners (pictured above after the Firecracker Run as part of FreedomFest) are training for the Pyongtaek Port Silkroad International Marathon Festival Oct 10. The youngsters will be participating in 5K events. The Road Runners are a youth running club for youngsters in grades 3-8 who meet on the Zoeckler running track at 1630 every Tuesday and Thursday. Call 753-5601 for more information or sign up at the Rec Annex (S-111) Youth Sports office.

Rude brothers win swim titles

Team assignments and schedules for the upcoming season will be announced this month. Check with Youth Sports for updates.

Brothers, Evin and Erik Rude, in their individual age groups, won the USFK Youth Swim Championships held in Daegu last month. Evin was the 13 & Over Champion, while Erik captured the 11-12 Age Group title. This year’s team was coached by Heidi Ross, Charlene Cardenas and Private Josh Johnson.

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Youth Enjoy the Pros

Over the past two months, Humphreys Youth and Parents have enjoy Korean Pro Baseball in Daejon, home of the Hanwha Eagles, and a “friendly� World Cup rematch between Korea and Nigeria at the World Cup Stadium in Suwon. Keep your eyes and ears open for additional trips to Korean Sports events being planned by Youth Sports


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BOSS Seoul'd Out Tour Enjoy a night out with BOSS. The BOSS Seoul'd Out Tour will be going to the Seoul Tower followed by dinner at Hooters!

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BOSS events for September 6th- BOSS Zipline Adventures 11th- BOSS Seoul'd Out Tour 25th-Trip to Dongdaemung Market For pricing and other information about our events please feel free to call 753-8970/010-3862-9739 or email BOSS at usagboss@gmail.com


September 23 A Capella, 1600 September 24 Finals, 1900 Contact Dean Herrera for registration and information

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Passport services available at U.S. Embassy in Seoul U.S. Military Personnel can use their ID Card to visit some tourist destinations in Asia such as Japan & Guam. But if you want to walk the Great Wall of China, you’re going to need a current U.S. Passport. You can obtain a Passport through the Embassy, but it will take some time and you’ll have to appear at the embassy in person if this is your first passport. You will need: Form DS-11 (available online) An Original U.S. Birth Certificate or Proof of Citizenship Your U.S. Military ID Card One 2-inch by 2-inch Passport Photo $100 Application Fee (Dollars, Won or Credit Card) American Citizen Services (ACS) inquiries, e-mail seoul_acs@state.gov. The basic information on American Citizen Services may also be obtained by calling 02-397-4114. FAX number is 02-397-4101.


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September Schedule

Community Yard Sale set for September 11 Got a closet full of clothes that you’ve outgrown or toys that the kids no longer need? Turn them into dollars at the Community Yard Sale set for the Commissary Parking Lot from 0900-1400 September 11. Spots are $10 each ($5 with a set of PCS orders within a 60-day window) and can be reserved by calling Outdoor Rec at 7533013/3255 /3013. Awnings are available for an additional fee.

(at 1900 unless noted) KOREACON Gamers 1200 1-Wii Boxing 2-Guitar Hero 3 3-Ping Pong 4-Chess, 1400 5-KOREACON Gamers 6-Korean 3-Ball 7-Madden 2009 8-Wii Bowling 9-Guitar Aerosmith 10-Darts 301/501 11-Backgammon, 1400 12-KOREACON Gamers 13-Eight Ball 14-Unreal X-Box 360 15-Wii Tennis 16-Spades 17-Foosball 18-Madden 2009, 1400 19-KOREACON Gamers 20-Korean 4-Ball 21-Halo 3 22-Wii Baseball 23-Backgammon 24-Doubles Ping Pong 25-Halo 3, 1400 26-KOREACON Gamers 27-Nine Ball 28-NBA 2K9 29-Wii Golf 30-Chess

Geocache for your BBQ supper Get yourself a Free BBQ by successfully completing the four-point Geocaching events at Outdoor Rec from 1500-2000 September 16 at Outdoor Rec (Bldg 1044, next to Soldier Field). Registration deadline is September 13 by calling 753-3013/3255. Small prizes to everyone who finds the four caches located throughout USAGHumphreys.


Splish & Splash Water Park

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Individual $3.00 Family (US Only) $8.00 All Guests $10.00 each

September 1-2 1200-2000 September 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 1130-2100

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SPECIAL ARTS & CRAFTS CLASSES Sep 8 – Scrapbooking, 1700-1800 Sep 11 – Pressed Flower Cup Holder, 1500-1600 Sep 14 – Candle Making, 1700-1800 Sep 18 – Kid’s House Slippers, 1600-1700 Sep 19 – Natural Soap Making, 1500-1600 Sep 26 – Ribbon Hair Accessories, 1500-1600 CLOSED SEPTEMBER 21, 22, 23 FOR CHUSOK

REGULARLY SCHEDULED CLASSES Sundays Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays Thursdays Fridays Saturday

Three Special Kid’s Programs There will be three special programs for the kids at the Humphreys Library this summer: Wee Tots Story Hour, Wednesday, 1000 This is the same as the regular program Grades K-5, Wednesday, 1100 New program. Contact Heather Kahraman, 010-8445-5015, Hlkinser2@yahoo.com SpineChillers, New program for Teens. Contact Meg Long, 753-3181 or 784-1827, meg.long@pac.dodea.edu

Fruit Carving, 1300-1500 Framing, 1800-2000 Korean Painting, 1800-1930 Beads & Wire, 1800-2000 Pottery, 1800-1930 Acrylic Painting, 1800-1930 Children’s Art Class, 1600-1700

Car Board

Do you have a vehicle you want to sell? Are you looking for a car while here in Korea? Check out the CAR Board at the Auto Crafts Center


Mrs. Suh 010-8953-2071

Mr. Park 016-420-3897

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Sep 1 – Personal Financial Readiness Sep 8 – Money Management Sep 14 – PCE Workshop Sep 14 – Newcomer’s Orientation Sep 15 – Thrift Savings Plan Sep 22 – Credit Management Sep 29 – How to Buy a Home Every Wednesday – English as a Second Language Every Thursday -- English as a Second Language

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Sports … Sep 1-2 – Pre-Season Flag Football Sep 6 – Labor Day 5K Sep 14-15 – Soccer Sep 18 – 12-mile Rucksack Challenge


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Sunday School 10:00 am Sunday Morning Worship 11:00 am Wednesday Bible Study 6:30 pm


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Knight and Day Nanny McPhee Returns Grown Ups The Last Airbender The Twilight Saga: Eclipse Going the Distance Inception The Sorcerer’s Apprentice Machete Takers (1830) Machete (2100) 20-22 Predators 23 Cyrus 24-27 Resident Evil 28 Cyrus 29-30 Salt

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Nominations now open for Military Families of the Year The nomination period for the 2010 USAG-Humphreys Military Families of the Year is now open, with all nominated Families to be recognized at the annual Military Families of the Year Recognition Ceremony at the Community Activity Center Saturday, November 6. Initiated last year to kick off Military Family Month, a total of 15 Families were recognized last year, with three Families identified as “Families of the Year”. The nomination process is simple, as are the qualifications. Just send FMWR Marketing the name of the Family and a brief description of what makes the Nominated Family an example of “What a Military Family Can and Should Be.” Rank makes no difference, last year’s Nominees ran from Private to Lieutenant Colonel. The only change from last year’s ceremony, will be that least one of the three “Families of the Year” will be an E-6 or below. That changed is based on suggestions received following last year’s event. All nominated Families will receive an 11” by 17” framed color photo of their Family while the three “Families of the Year” will receive a range of additional prizes. Step one, however, is to gather the names of USAG-Humphreys Military Families who symbolize what a Military Family can and should be. In addition to Humphreys, Army Families from Suwon and Osan Airbase can be nominated. Nominations close September 30. Professional photos of all nominees will be taken in mid-October. Nominated Families will receive a form to be completed, there will also be a period for everyone to send in an endorsement in support of the nominations. The final nomination packages will be given to Army Community Service (ACS) which will form a panel of USAG-Humphreys dignitaries to select the three Families of the Year. Please send your nominations to area3mwrmarketing@korea.army.mil and to mikeinkorea2@yahoo.com.


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My week as a student in the Yinchug Elementary School was a lot of fun and taught me a lot about Korean Culture. It was something I will always remember, and something I am very glad I had the opportunity to do. Yinchug Elementary is a school turned Cultural Center designed to see and experience Korean culture. While the school was interesting, even more interesting was the places we got to go, the food we got to eat and the things we got to try. We went to Gyeongbok Palace in Seoul, and to Insa-dong Road. This road is almost like a market road. After the tour of the palace we walked to the restaurant where we ate bulgogi, which means fire meat, we also ate noodles. After eating, we had the chance to make some crafts, either a mother of pearl mirror or a fish bowl candle. I made the mirror. It was super because you could use your imagination and make your own design. You stick on the pieces of pearl on the front of the mirror in a design. Then after sticking that on, you coated it with glue. I liked making my own design. After that, we got on the bus to go home. The day that I thought was the most memorable was the graduation day (Saturday). It was fun because they let you ride horses, put on Korean amour, shoot arrows, make rice cake and try on Korean Hanboks. We also had the chance to meet Korean kids our age and to share ideas and culture. The whole week was a great experience, and I am very happy I had the chance to do it. I hope that the other people that go had as much fun as I did.


New voice of the Humphreys Teener Nicole Velez moved to Korea a month ago and went to work as a Summer Hire in FMWR Marketing. Nicole is a “Teener”, a teen ager who has graduated from high school and yet unable to participate in Soldier programs like BOSS. In many ways, she is the forgotten market, too old for Youth Services and too young for most other programs. She has agreed to become our Teener Correspondent, letting FMWR know what other Teeners are saying and helping us meet their needs. If you’re a Teener, you can contact Nicole at veleznicole4@hotmail.com. In her first article, she talks about her Family’s move to Korea and her first impressions.

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An overseas move is seldom effortless, and is usually accompanied by anxious feelings and unanswered questions for the whole Family. Yet, as a young adult, I can say that moving can often be extra wearisome. It feels as if we have more to give up, and our attachments to people back in the states makes it difficult to jump into something new and unknown. However, experiencing the new and different is what helps create a well-rounded person. Ever heard of the phrase "what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger"? Well, immersing yourself in something new, like the wondrous Korean culture, certainly will not take you hostage, it will open your eyes to the Korean way of life. Not many teens unassociated with the military can truthfully say that they have had the luxury of

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traveling around the world. Furthermore, most of these same people will never have the opportunity to do so. I have been living in Korea for a little over a month, and can honestly say that I like it much better than I thought I would. Koreans are always so friendly and pleasant. They even have a special way of handing something to a person, so it’s respectful. Likewise, communicating with Koreans almost never poses a great challenge because they attempt to understand, no matter how little English they speak or understand. Then there’s the food. It is absolutely wonderful! Meals in Korea are always very engaging, with the entrée and side dishes sorted out in the center. Because of that, I’ve been able to improve my chopstick-using skills by eating out with my Family. Finally, the Hangul language is so intriguing to me. So far I've learned all the consonants, vowels and a few words thanks to the help of a brilliant Korean intern that works in the same office as I do. My goal is to eventually be capable of waltzing up to a Korean friend and speaking to them in their own language. I haven’t had the chance to explore much of Korea. Of the few places I’ve seen so far, my favorite is the Bongeun-Sa Buddhist temple in Seoul. Bongeun-Sa temple is located directly across from the Coex Mall. As I strolled through the front gates, it seemed as if I had entered a different world. Many people sat quietly praying, while monks played music and chanted mantras that could be heard throughout the temple. A visit to any Buddhist temple is sure to grant one a very distinct and peaceful experience. Attempting to learn about a different culture always affects you for the better. If you never try, then you might lose the opportunity to achieve joy by a means that you are not accustomed to. Someone once said, “Our attitude towards life determines life’s attitude towards us”, and those words of wisdom still apply. So, no matter your age, do not feel anxious to encounter new and strange things; enjoy the time you have left in Korea! Twenty years down the road, you absolutely won’t regret it. If you’re a fellow Teener, E-mail me and let me know about your experiences.

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If you’re a Teener, if you’re too old for the Middle School/Teen program and not eligible for Soldier programs like BOSS. Let Family & MWR know your concerns by contacting your Teener Correspondent, Nicole Velez at veleznicole4@hotmail.com.


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All-You-Can Eat 1100-1300 (올유캔잍, 11시-1시) MONDAY-FRIDAY (월-금요일) Includes Salad, Kimchi, Steamed Rice & Coffee--$6.50샐러드, 김치, 밥, 커피포함 Any Day Featuring LA BBQ Short Ribs---$7.95 LA 바비큐 포함메뉴가격--- $7.95

MONDAY(월)

TUESDAY(화)

WEDNESDAY(수)

THURSDAY(목)

FRIDAY(금)

1 Beef Bulgoggi Bibimbob 쇠불고기 비빔밥

2 Vegetable Meatloaf Pan Fried Meat w/vegetable 야채 미트로프 모듬고기 야채볶음

3 Fish Cutlet Spaghetti Meat Sauce 생선까스 스파게티 미트소스

7 Pan Fried Pork w/Vegetable Fried Chicken Wings 돼지고기 야채볶음 닭날개 튀김

8 Beef Bulgoggi Bibimbob 쇠불고기 비빔밥

9 Pimento Meatloaf Pan Fried Meat w/vegetable 피망 미트로프 모듬고기 야채볶음

10 Fish Cutlet Beef Curry Rice 생선까스 쇠고기 카레라이스

13 LA BBQ Short Ribs Pan-Fried Sausage LA갈비 소시지 야채볶음

14 Pan Fried Pork w/Vegetable Chicken Cutlet 돼지고기 야채볶음 닭고기 까스

15 Beef Bulgoggi Bibimbob 쇠불고기 비빔밥

16 Button MushroomMeatloaf Pan Fried Meat w/vegetable 양송이 미트로프 모듬고기 야채볶음

17 Fish Cutlet Spaghetti Meat Sauce 생선까스 스파게티 미트소스

20 LA BBQ Short Ribs Pan Fried Sausage w/Vegetable LA 갈비 소시지 야채볶음

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24 Fish Cutlet Beef Stew 생선까스 쇠고기 스튜

27 LA BBQ Short Ribs Pan Fried Sausage w/Vegetable LA 갈비 소시지 야채볶음

28 Pan Fried Pork w/Vegetable Fried Chicken Wings 돼지고기 야채볶음 닭날개 튀김

본책자나 MWR 프로그램에 대한 의견을 한글로 보내 주세요. area3mwrmarketing@korea.army.mil 6

Closed Labor Day 노동절 휴무

Closed Chusok Holiday 추석 연휴

Closed Chusok Holiday 추석 연휴

29 Beef Bulgoggi Bibimbob 쇠불고기 비빔밥

Closed Chusok Holiday 추석 연휴

30 Pimento Meatloaf Pan Fried Meat w/vegetable 피망 미트로프 모듬고기 야채볶음


Pacific Armed Forces Recreation Centers

Seoul Commercial Tel: (82-2) 790-0016 Commercial Fax: (82-2) 790-1576 Unit #15335 APO AP 96205-5335 DSN (315) 738-2222 Dragonhilllodge.com

Hawaii Hale Koa Hotel 2055 Kalia Road Waikiki Beach Honolulu HI 96825 (808) 955-0555 Halekoa.com

Tokyo U.S. Naval Joint Services Activity The New Sanno Unit 45003, APO AP 96337-5003 FAX: (CML) (03) 3440-7824 Telephone: (03) 3440-7871

thenewsanno.com


Coming in October

Return to Spooky Hallow Friday, October 29, Zoeckler Sports Field Community Trick or Treating, Haunted Attractions, Unit Booth Decorating Contest, Costume Parades & Prizes

THE BIGGEST & BEST HALLOWEEN PARTY IN KOREA Saturday, October 30 GOOEY GOBLIN FAMILY FUN RUN KILLER THRILLER BOSS BOWLING PARTY

OKTOBERFEST

October 9 (1200-2000), Independence Park Games, Food, Contests & Prizes Activities for the Whole Family

A Taste of Germany in Korea


Happenings September