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Vol. 3, No. 11 November 2011, www.mwrkorea.com News on ALL FMWR Programs in Korea

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Camp - Humphreys, Republic of Korea

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

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Army Community Service, Camp Humphreys November 2011 Calendar by Program Army Volunteer Corps & Army Family Action Plan (753-3266) Nov 4 Nov 4 Nov 15

@ 1130 ACS Volunteer Recognition @ ACS @ 1000 Professional Development Training@ ACS @ 1000 Volunteer OPOC Training @ FRC

Army Family Team Building & Deployment Readiness (753-7439) Nov 1 Nov 1 Nov 2 Nov 2 Nov 8 Nov 9 Nov 14 Nov 15 Nov 16 Nov 16

@ 0900 @ 1300 @ 1500 @ 0900 @ 0900 @ 1500 @ 0900 @ 0900 @ 0900 @ 1500

Family Readiness Support Assistant Training @ ACS Family Readiness Group Training@ ACS Key Caller Training @ ACS Care Team’s Training @ ACS NEO Preparation Training for Family Members@ ACS RESET (Return and Reunion for Families) @ ACS AFTB Level 2 (Part 1) @ ACS AFTB Level 2 (Part 2) @ ACS AFTB Level 2 (Part 3) @ ACS Helping Your Children Connect @ ACS

Master Resiliency Training (MRT) for Spouses (753-7439) Nov 3 @ 0900-1200 MRT Module One: MRT Introduction Unit One: Resilience and the MRT competencies Unit Two: Hunt the good stuff @ ACS Nov 4 @ 0900-1200 MRT Module Two: Building Mental Toughness Unit One: Activating Events, Thoughts and the Consequence (ATC Model) @ ACS Nov 7 @ 0900-1200 MRT Module Two: Building Mental Toughness Unit Two: Avoiding Thinking Traps Unit Three: Detect Icebergs @ ACS Nov 9 @ 0900-1200 MRT Module Two: Building Mental Toughness Unit Four: Energy Management Unit Five: Problem Solving @ ACS Nov 10 @ 0900-1200 MRT Module Two: Building Mental Toughness Unit Six: Put It In Perspective Unit Seven: Real-time Resilience @ ACS Nov 17 @ 0900-1200 MRT Module Three: Building Character Strengths Unit One: Identify Strengths in Self and Others @ ACS Unit Two: Use Strengths and Challenges @ ACS November 11 FS.indd 2

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Nov 18

@ 0900-1200

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

Exceptional Family Member Program (753-6277) Nov 2 @ 1330 Respite Care Seminar @ ACS Nov 8 @ 1200 A to Z EFMP Self Help Support Group @ FRC Nov 9 @ 1730 Aqua Fit Gym Time @ Super Gym Nov 15 @ 1830 Free Bowling Night @ Strike Zone Nov 16 @ 1000 EFMP Coffee Social @ Starbucks Nov 21 @ 1030 EFMP Respite Care On-Line Training & Respite Care Providers Package Review @ ACS

Family Advocacy Program (753-6252) Nov 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 @ 1330 Communication Skills Class @ ACS Nov 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 @ 1530 New Leaders Mandatory Family Advocacy Program & Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program Brief @ ACS Nov 2 @ 1000 Parenting 1-4 Year Olds - Children & Safety @ ACS Nov 2, 16, 23, 30 @ 1330 Anger & Stress Management E1-E4 @ ACS, (No class on 2nd Wed of each month) Nov 3, 10, 17 @ 1330 Anger & Stress Management E5-E9/Officers/Civilians @ ACS Nov 9 @ 1000 Parenting 5-12 Year Olds – Internet Safety & Bullying @ ACS Nov 15 @ 1730 The Marriage Garden @ ACS Nov 16-18 @ 1800 Emergency Placement Care Training @ ACS Nov 17 @ 1800 Single Parents Support Group- Home Alone Planning @ ACS Nov 19 @ 0900 Emergency Placement Care Training @ ACS Nov 28 @ 1000 Parents, Children and Divorce – Separation and Adjusting @ ACS

New Parent Support Program (753-6287) Nov 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 @ 1200 Nov 3, 10, 17 @ 0900 Nov 4 @ 0900 Nov 7 @ 1300 Nov 7, 14, 21, 28 @ 1000 Nov 8 @ 1300 Nov 15 @ 1300

Baby Sign Language @ ACS Romp & Stomp @ Zoeckler Gym OB Orientation @ Super Gym Childbirth Class@ ACS Playgroup @ Zoeckler Gym Doctor Dad @ ACS Breastfeeding Basics @ ACS

Employment Readiness Program (753-8321) Nov 1 Nov 4 Nov 8 Nov 11 Nov 16 Nov 18

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@ 0900 Creating a Winning Resume @ FRC @ 1200 Lunch and Learn- Conflict resolution @ FRC @ 0900 Interview Magic @ FRC @ 1500 Professional Development @ FRC @ 0900 Federal Resume Preparation @ FRC @ 0900 Employment Opportunities Overview for Newcomers @ FRC

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Relocation Readiness Program (753-8804/8318) Nov 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 @ 0830 Nov 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 @0930 Nov 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 @ 1200 Nov 2 @ 1330 Nov 7, 14, 21, 28 @0930 Nov 16 @ 1330 Nov 18 @ 1300 Nov 18 @ 1330

Newcomers Orientation @ ACS Advanced English Language Instruction @ FRC Lunch Box Learning About Korea @ ACS Waiting Spouse Support Group @ FRC Basic English Language Instruction @ FRC Re-Entry Workshop @ ACS Lobby ‘Be a Better Family and Teen Sponsor’ class @ ACS International Marriage and Immigration Workshop @ ACS

Financial Readiness Program (753-8403/7479) Nov 1 @1300 First Time Home Buyer Class @ FRC Nov 2 @ 1300 Car Buying @ FRC Nov 7, 14, 21, 28@ 0830 Personal Financial Readiness Training for First Term Soldiers @ FRC Nov 8 @ 1300 Planning a Family Budget @ FRC Nov 9 @ 1300 Money Management - The Building Blocks to a Better Future@ FRC Nov 15 @ 1300 First Term PCS “Money & Moving” @ FRC Nov 16 @ 1300 Credit Management & Using Credit Wisely @ FRC Nov 22 @ 1500 Checkbook and Debit Cards Management @ FRC Nov 23 @ 1300 Thrift Savings Plan & Basic Investment Class @ FRC

Additional offerings (753-8401) Nov 16 @ 1800 Pets & PCS’ing conducted by the Vet Clinic @ ACS Nov 25 @ 1200 Global Cooking Class- Fish Cake Soup @ FRC

Humphreys Main ACS Bldg. 311 TTY Hearing Impaired 753-3082 Director: Suzanne James 753-8401 TTY Hearing Impaired 753-3081

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

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

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

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Babysitting List

Child Abuse Education Class for Nov has been cancelled.

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

Next Class Dec 1 at ACS

Parent Centeral has moved to bldg #570

AMC Special & Free Movie Tickets Call for more details

SIGN-UP AT Guidelines

NEW HOURS 1730-2230

* Fees are $4.00 per hour, per child. * Advance registration is required and payment is due on the day of registration. Registration can be made up to one month in advance. * Minimum two hours required. * Late pick up fee = $1.00 per minute. * Cancellation policy: Reservations must be cancelled no later than close of business on the Thursday before the event in order to receive credit. * Children must be registered with CYSS and record’s must be up-to-date. * Items to bring with your child: Diapers, Formula, Change of Clothes.

Eligibility Register with CYS Services For more information contact: Yeji Smith, Admin Assistant Parent central Services 753-3413/5973

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SAC Bldg S-570 753-8507 CDC Bldg 693 753-8601

Nov 18th Dec 16th

Nov 14 Dec 09

PDN is scheduled to occur at the Child Development Center, Bldg 693. Please view schedule for further information

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The WIN program allows parents to earn points through participating in volunteer opportunities at the CDC & SAC. Parents who earn five points may receive a 10% discount off their 1st child's monthly fee for the part day and full day programs. Two free hours for Hourly Parents. Serve as a board member on the PAC: 5 credits Room representative: 3 credits Field trip chaperone: 3 credits Classroom volunteer (min. 2 hrs): 3 credits Attend a PAC meeting*: 2 credits Bulletin board: 2 credits Reading a story: 1 credit Sharing a talent: 1 credit *(not board members and room representatives) Additional conditions: *Credits are not transferable *Maximum of 5 credits redeemable per month * Coupons resemble discount cash value cash value

Room Reps are needed and also we are in need of more parental involvement. So stop by and sign up, and remember that you will receive WIN points to save $$$$$ For more email PAC President CPT Maria Altieri @ maria.b.altieri@korea.army.mil

16 Nov. at 1200. at the CDC Bldg 693

"If you carry your childhood with you, you never become older." - Sir Tom Stoppard

Temper Tantrum Training at CDC 1130-1230 Nov 23 November 11 FS.indd 6

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What You Get For Your Child Care Dollar

Did You Know . . .? Your CDC fees provide a safe, secure, learning environment for your child z z z

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

Your CDC fees “go further” because the Army covers much of the cost

Are you looking for a reason to enjoy great coffee, meet new people, and learn about the available support and services of care at Camp Humphreys? Call ACS EFMP, 753-6277 for more information

Coordinator -Bldg. 693 Hyacinth Smith 753-8284 Training and Curriculum Specialist Acting Hyacinth Smith - 753-8507 CDC Director Hyacinth Smith 753-8601 CLEOS Director Patrina Tremel 753-8274 CDC Administrators Mihui Kenyon 753-8601

z z z

You pay your share and the Army funds the difference Fee discounts are available when more than one child enrolls in CYS Programs Off-post centers usually charge more for infants, supplies, food, and field trips

Your CDC fees buy… z z z z z

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

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

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

CDC fees are a GREAT value because your child receives the best care z z z

Army centers are inspected more frequently than those licensed off-post Most Army centers are nationally accredited; most off-post centers are not Military Child Care is cited as "A Model for the Nation" by Congress and national experts

You and CYS - Investing Together in Your Child's Future Copyright 2005 AMWRF. All rights reserved. Photocopying or reproduction strictly prohibited except within the Department of the Army.

Child Development Center Bldg S-693, Room 108 Monday- Friday 9 am- 6 pm 753-3413/5973 Yeji H. Smith Registration membership is currently FREE courtesy of the Army Family Covenant

Parent Central Services Yeji Smith

Parent Centeral has moved Parent Central Office, Youth Center Building #570

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Volunteer coaches are still needed for the Camp Humphreys Youth Basketball, Cheerleading and Swimming programs. No experience is necessary, and free training will be provided. Volunteer Coaches can be Soldiers, Civilians, Family Members or Contractors. Contact Youth Sports for more details. Meanwhile, call Youth Sports about volunteering to coach.

SY 2010-2011 GARRISON FEE CHART FOR: CAMP HUMPHREYS

CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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

CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS (CDC) SCHOOL-AGE SERVICES (SAS) Monthly FEE CHART Full Day

Part Time*

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

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

5 Day 3 Hr $86 $132 $160 USAG- $192 $224 $254 $262 $264 $266

Part Day Pre-School 3 Day 3 Hr 2 Day 3 Hr $52 $36 $78 $54 $94 $66 $114 $78 $134 $92 $152 $102 $154 $108 $156 $110 $158 $112

YOUTH SPORTS (YS) Monthly FEE CHART CHART Season FEE Category

CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT CAT

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

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

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

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

Season Fee

Team Sports for Ages 3 - 5

$20

Category A

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

$40

Category B

Baseball, Softball, Wrestling

$45

Category C

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

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

SCHOOL-AGE SERVICES (SAS) and KINDERGARTEN Monthly FEE CHART

Sports

Developmental Sports

>= $65

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

Additional Information

Before

After

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

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

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

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

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

All Fees effective 1 October 2010

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Breanna Adams - breanna.adams@gmail.com

STEP STEP Right Up Up Right

TO THE TO THE

BEST BEST

SHOW IN TOWN SHOW INUTOWN THE 2011 .S. ARMY

SOLDIER SOLDIER THE 2011 U.S. ARMY

SHOW SHOW

Kids on Site (KOS) Service

FOR THE SOLDIER, FOR SOLDIER, BY THE SOLDIER. BY THE SOLDIER.

The U.S. Army Soldier Show, proudly Family and MWR, The presented U.S. Army by Soldier Show, proudly returns with a LIVE and 90-minute presented by Family MWR, musical performance! returns with a LIVE 90-minute

Your Passport to Peace of Mind While Working Out at the Super Gym

KOS IS AVAILABLE

musical performance! Don’t miss this memorable

Day

night ofthis music, dance Don’t miss memorable and night of celebration. music, dance

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday

and celebration. Admission is FREE. Admission is FREE.

Location Super Gym Location Date and Time Date and Time Tuesday, Nov. 15 Phone Number Phone Number Doors Open 1800, Show 1900

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No federal endorsement implied.

SAVE

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0845-1145 0845-1145 0845-1145 0845-1145 0845-1145

Evening

1645-1945 1630-1930 1645-1945 1630-1930 1645-1945

Current Punch Card Required Punch Cards Must Be Purchased at Parent Central - 753-3413 Designed for Children Ages 6 weeks through 12 years of age Not Available on US Holidays

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SAVE No federal endorsement implied.

Morning

9

ONLY AVAILABLE AT THE SUPER GYM

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November Happy Birthday

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

School Age Center Director Acting Director: Tamiko Thomas

SAS/MST Administrative Assistant Vacant 753- 8507

Youth Sports Director Bradley Ficek 753-5602

Technology & Computer Lab Specialist

Vacant 753-8645

Work Force Preparation Specialist Vacant 753-5613 All Children must be registered with CYSS in order to participate. Parents may reserve hourly care 48 hours in advance.

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Daniel T. Herrera Maggie Mauldin Christian Perez Ying Ying Yu Declan J. Long Hailey M. Stelker Quinci A. Tyson Azul Garay Abigail E. Blair Joanna Diaz Hannah K. Vankirk Linxi Wu Alexandra Bourque Pulani C. Tremel Trinity M. Parks Chandler W. Strong Eden L. Dixon Ethan J. Wood Song J. Pak Tristan A. Lambert Brian M. Farmer Kaelon Malik Johnson Victor Rowell Dominique Essex Kaitlyn D. Kane Rodney J. Hudson Jayden Gonzalez Orrie J. Daugherty Alexander G. Johnson William E. Matthews Claire L. Brown Ashton T. Harlan Breydan I. Carter Cyrus G. Landazuri Jordan S. Lininger Ella Perez Christopher W. Tucker Avery K. Myles Santeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; K. Devera-Waden Michael D. Ross Jr. Owen Bauer Anne K. Moore Alejandro Rio M. Ocampo Warren W. Robinson IV Nicole M. Mugnano Emily E. Cruz

Christopher T. Kramer Tauren L. Blaylock Kanon K. Morrison Joshua N. Sutherland Sarah L. Cook Andrea S. Robinson Lianna D. Buttke Zola G.M. Adams Su Yeon Choi Katelyn Kovacs Musa T. Kpinkpin Brooke M. Smith Bradley S. Clagg Thomas J. Goolsby Melina K. Allen Ashley J. Woods Nielly N. Santos Malia Rosado Alina V. Sanders Jamimae F-Y Clark Yumin A. Kim Nevaeh A.Garley Soraya M. Prince Corbin M. VanArsdall Jennifer Y. Rauch Logan A. Vidrich Sarah Jane Levine Shania Bady Imani K. Gooden Phillip S. Song Tyesha M. Allison Jamis N. Winther Joshua M. Tully Kaysan Alford Zachary I. Baden Ashley M. Osbourn Kimberly Jean Robihid Ryan Shahin Anthony M. Hansen Cressie Beatrice Frazier Anna Marie Park Elise M. Johnson Devin W. Rix Lena Wood Sophie L. Dietsch Caleb W. To Taylor S. Gamble Mason J. Hook Jaden C. Long Robert M. Thomas

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Power Hour: Offered every Monday-Friday 2:30-4:00. Hail & Farewells and Birthday Party: Monthly party held for all new and all leaving youth and all of our November Birthdays! Youth of the Month: A monthly assembly is held honoring one YC youth carefully selected from our seven departments: Kids Corner, Athletics, Social Recreation, Arts, Scholars, Teen and Service. Terri and the Turkey Thanksgiving Play:  Sign ups and participation is free to CYS registered YC youth!  Every youth who auditions will receive a part in the play!  18th: Show time is at 1630 at the SAC and is for all CYS youth and staff.  19th: Show time is at 1700 at the movie theater and is open to all of Humphreys community! Admission Fees: Adults: $2 Children: Free

Notes:

2

Youth of the Month

30

YC Thanksgiving Dinner

23

the Turkey’ Practice

Thanksgiving CLOSED

24

OL CHO S NO

the Turkey’ Rehearsal

17 ‘Terri and

Veterans Day Tribute

10

Foosball & Ping Pong

3

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YOUTH CENTER

Open Rec: Youth Gym

29

28

BGCA Keystone & Torch Club

Youth Sponsorship

22

4-H Tech & Leadership Club

21

the Turkey’ Practice

16 ‘Terri and

15 ‘Terri and

14 ‘Terri and the Turkey’ Auditions

Making T & T Play Set

9 Arts & Crafts

Pool & Air Hockey

Tournament Week->

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Cosmic Bowling

26

the Turkey’ Play

19 ‘Terri and

12

Myeongdong Christmas Shopping

Decorating for Thanksgiving

YOUTH CENTER BLDG 427  DSN 753-5614

Soccer Clinic

25 Start Smart:

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18 ‘Terri and

Veterans Day CLOSED

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NOVEMBER 2011

USAG Humphreys Youth Center Events


Youth Center November 12th 0900-1700 $10.00 20 Slots Available! Deadline for signup is November 10th! Cancellation may occur depending on number of slots occupied by the deadline date. Full refund will be issued for a CYS mandated cancellation.

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Operating Hours Monday - Friday 1430 - 1900 Saturday 1500 - 2000 Sunday &

Middle School & Teen Program Director Vacant

MS/Teen Program Assistant

Holidays Closed

Allysa Lester Julie Thompson

Bldg. S-427 753-5614

Humphreys Youth Center

Family Style Thanksgiving Dinner!

BLDG 427 â&#x20AC;˘ DSN 753-5614

November 14th @ YC 1430-1830 Free to all youth who hold an active CYS Youth Center pass! Every youth who auditions will receive a part in the play!

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Auditions are open to all CYS registered youth grades 6th-12th

When: November 19th Where: SAC Gym Building 570 Time: 1700 Admission: Any donation of your choice Open to all of Humphreys Community!

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To enroll in any of these programs, please stop by Parent Central Office, CDC, Bldg. S-693 or call 753-3413/5973. For more information, call SKIES Unlimited at 753-8645.

Kumdo, Gymnastics, Piano, Art, Korean Language & Culture

Gym Bugs

New Classes Coming Soon:

1700-1745, 3rd grade & older, Rec. Annex, Bldg. S. 111

Thursdays, CDC, Bldg. S-693

1600-1645, 1st-2nd grade, Rec. Annex, Bldg. S. 111

1455-1540, K - 5 yrs, CDC, Bldg. S-693

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Tae Kwon Do

Piano,

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1615-1645, 18 mo-3yrs old, $20 per month

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1715-1800, 9 yrs & older, $50 per month

Tuesdays, Rec. Annex, Bldg. S. 111

Cheerleading

22 Sep, 1500-1630 @ the Family Readiness Center

I’m Alone Training

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1515-1600, 6 yrs & older, $50 per session 1605-1635, 2-3 yrs old, $40 per session 1640-1710, 4-5 yrs old, $50 per session

Tuesdays, 8 weeks session, Rec. Annex, Bldg. S. 111

Creative Dance

1000-1100, Infants to 3 yrs old, Free

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Tuesdays, Rec. Annex, Bldg. S. 111

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November 2011

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1100-1230 Oil Painting 1300-1500

Craft 1800-1900

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1100-1200, $30.00

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SKIES Unlimited is looking for instructors for the following classes:3 New 1 2 4 5 Water Color Guitar, Sewing, Swimming, Tennis, Tutoring (Algebra 1Drawing & 2, Geometry & SAT Pressed Flower Jewelry Prep). Crafting Pendant Making $50.00 4 sessions

$100.00 for materials

for 4 sessions

Jewelry Crafting For mom & daughter

$50.00 for materials

Children’s Art 1600-1700, $5.00

1800-1900, $30.00

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Oriental Painting 1400-1500 Matting & Framing 1800-1900, $10.00

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Closed

$50.00 4 sessions

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Water Color Painting,1300-1400

$50.00 4 sessions

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Special

Natural Soap 1500-1600 $10.00

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1800-1900

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

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UNIT INTRAMURAL BOWLING LEAGUE League Starts: Wednesday 19th October at 6:30 PM

Tommy Tommy D’s D’s Sophisticated Sophisticated Saturday Saturday Saturday, October 19 Saturday, November 19 Smoked Salmon Roll Smoked Salmon w/Horseradish CreamRoll Cheese w/Horseradish Cream Cheese Kabocha Pumpkin Soup Kabocha Pumpkin Soup Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato Salad Bacon, Lettuce, and Tomato Salad Flank Steak with Flank Steak with Balsamic-Beer Sauce Balsamic-Beer Sauce Cream Cheese Ranch Potatoes Cream Cheese Ranch Potatoes Asparagus a la Orange Asparagus a la Orange Roll Roll & & Butter Butter

Interested please signup your team at Humphreys Strike Zone front counter or email the bowling center manager at victoriner@korea.army.mil

OB Orientation

is the first Friday of every month 0900-1130 at the Super Gym

November is

Military Family Month

Triple Triple Ice Ice Cream Cream layer layer with with Raisin Raisin Sauce Sauce Demi Demi Tasse Tasse

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Area III Military Family Recognition Ceremony Saturday, November 5 @ 1730 Community Activity Center COME RECOGNIZE OUR OUTSTANDING FAMILIES

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Topics Include:

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$11.95, Kids $4.95

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Thursdays 1700-2030 All-You-Can-Eat - $14.95 Kids $4.95 You Pick the Ingredients, We Cook It

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