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Camp Humphreys Family & MWR

Week of January 17-24

WEEKLY Seh Heh Bok Mahn ee Bahd Euh Sae Yo Happy New Year to all our Korean employees The Lunar New Year arrives this coming weekend, turning Korean highways into gigantic parking lots as millions of people return to their ancestral homes to pay homage to their Families. One of Korea’s biggest holidays of the year, the actual Lunar period is Sunday through next Tuesday (Jan 22-24 with New Year’s Day Jan 23). But the traffic is expected to pick up Friday and continue through next Wednesday or beyond. Like the Chinese, the Koreans observe the Lunar Calendar and the 12 animals of the Lunar Zodiac. This upcoming year will be the Year of the Dragon. Gifts will be exchanged, people will visit the graves of their ancestors and everyone will become another year older. See the January Happenings for some interesting information about the Lunar New Year.

Win a Lunar Dragon and help build the future look of FMWR USAG-Humphreys Family & MWR has launched its annual Customer Satisfaction Survey and is looking for your input as well as giving away three stuffed Lunar Dragons. The Survey only takes about 5-minutes to complete and will be available from now through February 28. As an added incentive for you to complete the Survey, FMWR will be giving away three stuffed dragons in recognition of the Lunar Year of the Dragon. Go to “Surveymonkey.com/s/2012dragon” Once you complete the Survey, notify Marketing Chief Mike Mooney at Michael.mooney2@us.army.mil to be entered into the drawing which will take place February 29. The Survey is also available on the Humphreys and FMWR Marketing Facebook pages and on the Humphreys and MWR.com Web sites.

CYSS Family Field Trip Date Changed

Gwacheon Science Museum Child, Youth & School Services is hosting another special trip for the Community – this one Friday, January 27 from 0800-1530. The trip was moved from the 17th to 27th – a day youngsters don’t have school. There are 68 seats available. Families must have an up-todate registration with CYSS. Sign-ups are on a first-come, first-serve basis. CYSS will provide the transportation, but Families are responsible for entrance fees, meals and souvenirs. They must also provide their own car seats for the bus. For more information, contact Sarah Morris, CDC Admin at 753-8601.


Judas Priest tickets thru CAC Interested in attending the Judas Priest Farewell Concert in Seoul Feb. 4? The Humphreys Community Activity Center has access to a limited number of tickets for the concert scheduled for the Olympic Stadium in Seoul. The number is limited, so call 753-8825 (031-690-8825) as soon as possible for additional information.

BOSS Ski & Snowboard Blast sign up now The Area I BOSS (Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers) will host the BOSS Ski & Snowboard Blast at Oak Valley Ski Resort Feb 18-20. Cost is $150 per person, which includes transportation, hotel, lift tickets and a Blast Banquet. Camp Humphreys only has 45 spots for the new event which replaces the old BOSS Winterfest. Only BOSS soldiers are eligible for the special price and all spots must be filled as soon as possible to assure hotel reservations. Call 753-8825 for further details.

Biggest Losers Contest Under Way

Youth Baseball & Girl’s Softball Coaches Needed

The annual Biggest Losers contest is under way and continues through Final Weigh-In over the May 5th weekend. The annual Fitness program is designed to build a healthier Community. This year’s theme is “Get Ready for the Opening of Splish & Splash” Memorial Day Weekend. Biggest Losers features both Team and Individual competition with winners determined by the percentage of weight lost between entry and the final weigh-in. Biggest Losers is open to everyone, to include US and Korean personnel. Call 7538031 for more information

Coaches are needed for the upcoming Youth Baseball and Girl’s Softball seasons. Humphreys offers baseball for children 3-18 and Softball for girls 9-18. Registration for Fall Sports will be February 1-29. Call 753-5601 for further information.

Osan seeking volunteer dealers for Wild West Nite The Osan Officers’ Spouses’ Club is seeking volunteers to serve as dealers for it’s Wild West Nite on Saturday, Feb 18. This annual event is the club’s biggest fund raiser of the year. Dealers are needed for Poker, Black Jack, Craps and Roulette. If you’re willing to help, go to volunteers@osanosc.com. The Wild West Nite turns the Osan Officers Club into a western salon with line dancers, can-can girls and gaming tables.

Upcoming Activities January On-Going-Biggest Losers Contest (thru May 5) On-Going-Lunar Customer Service Satisfaction Survey 17-19-Area III Basketball Tournament 21-Sophisticated Saturday 22-24-Lunar New Year 27-CYSS Gwacheon Science Museum Trip 27-29-Army in Korea Basketball Company, Over 33, Women’s Tournaments 28-Ice Fishing, Outdoor Rec Oak Valley Skiing, BOSS February 1-29-Youth Sports registration (Baseball & Softball) 4-Hole in the Wall, Tommy D’s Trout Fishing, Outdoor Rec Post Basketball vs Yongsan 6-Super Bowl Party, Alaska Mining Co. 7-KATUSA Basketball Tournament 11-12-Post Basketball vs Kunsan

11-Skiing, Outdoor Rec 12-Volleyball Official’s Clinic, Super Gym, 1000 Trout Fishing, Outdoor Rec 14-Sweetheart Dinner, Alaska Mining Co Volleyball League Entry Deadline 16-Parent Education, ACS 18-Polar Bear Swim Sophisticated Saturday Osan Wild West Nite 18-19-Pre-Season Volleyball Tournament 18-20-BOSS WinterFest 20-24-Military Saves Week Activities 25-Oak Valley Skiing, Outdoor Rec 29-Leap Day – Special Gifts for anyone with special February 29th Story MARCH 3-Hole in the Wall, Tommy D’s 6-Indoor Soccer League Entry Deadline 10-Korea-wide Youth Basketball Tournaments

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


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