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CYS SERVICE SPECIAL OPENING - RESPITE CARE Deployment Respite Care is available for children registered with CYS Services whose parent/sponsor is deployed, on TCS, PCS or TDY (90179 days) orders or a Service Member of the deployed unit. Sixteen free hours of care is available per month, per child, during the deployment. A copy of the Service Member„s orders must be provided. The CDC opens twice a month for this service. The normal cost of hourly care is $4 per hour will apply; payment must be made in advance. This service may be utilized by other patrons whose children are registered for hourly care. Reservations are required and may be made up to two weeks in advance. Care is available for children 6 weeks - 5th grade. Due to space limitations, paid reservations may be bumped to make room for deployed Service Member„s reservations. If this should occur, advance payments will be refunded. For more information and hours call 573 596-0197. Dates: April 8 – 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm April 20 – 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm May 6 – 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm May 18– 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm CYS SERVICES - FRG CHILDCARE Family Readiness Group (FRG) childcare is a partnering event between CYS Services and Army Community Service (ACS). There is FREE childcare service two nights per month for any FRG member who would like to utilize the service to attend an FRG meeting. To utilize the service your child must be registered with CYS Services and reservations must be made no later than 12:00 pm the week before the date of the opening. For more information call 596-0200. Dates: April 5 & 17 – 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm May 3 & 15– 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm 1


Month of April BLACK JACK BAR & GRILL CALENDAR Wednesdays ~ Karaoke, 7:00 – 11:00 pm Fridays ~ Live DJ, 8:00 pm – midnight April 2 ~ OPEN Sunday March Madness Championship April 7 ~ Live music by Vino Allen, 8:00 pm – midnight April 14 ~ Live music by Andrew Streetman, 8:00 pm -12am April 21 ~ Ultimate Fighting Championship # 146 Torres vs. McDonald, 8:00 pm – midnight Month of April SUMMER CAMP REGISTRATION School Age Service (SAS) is taking registrations for Summer Camp beginning April 1st. Camps are open to children registered with CYS Services in 1st thru 5th grades. Cost is based on total family income. School Age Services is located in Bldg. 616 Replacement Avenue. For more information call 596-0238.

APRIL IS CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION MONTH

EVERYONE CAN HELP Army Community Service 140 Replacement Ave, Bldg 486 (573) 596-0212 If you suspect child abuse: Family Violence Response Line (FLW) (573) 596-0446 Missouri Child Abuse Hotline 1-800-392-3738 2


Month of April ARMY FAMILY TEAM BUILDING Do you want a better understanding of the Army life? The Army Family Team Building (AFTB) classes will help you to not just cope with, but also understand, military life. With AFTB you will gain the knowledge and self-confidence to take responsibility for yourself and your family while your sponsor is away. It‟s training for a way of life that prepares you in America‟s Army to function at the highest level. Many of these courses can be applied toward college credits, resume/career building, and self-development. Classes are FREE and open to the public. Classes consist of three levels and you are encouraged to take all three. Child care is available through CYS Services, child must be registered, must make reservations 8 days prior to class. For more information call the Army Community Service at 596-1481 or 596-0212. 2011 AFTB Schedule: Level I April 3 - 8:30 am – 4:30 pm, Army Community Service Level II April 10 -12 8:30 – 3;00 pm Truman Education Center April 16 - Lunch and Learn 11:30 am – 12:30 pm ACS LEVEL I May 1- 8:30 am – 4:30 pm ACS LEVEL III May 17 -19 - 8:30 am – 3:30 pm Truman Education Center Please call and reserve your spot today! Childcare is available through CYSS if your child is registered, you make arrangements and a voucher will be provided at the end of training. For childcare, reservations must be made 8 days prior to the class. Call today 596-1481/0212

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Month of April BUNDLES OF JOY - SESSION 3 Army Community Services will be hosting session 3 of Bundles of Joy. A 6 week class for new & expecting parents that will cover topics such as bonding with your baby, swaddling and comforting, child safety, Shaken Baby Syndrome, budgeting for your baby, and more. Class is open to authorized patrons. Class will be held at Army Community Service located in Bldg. 486 on Replacement Avenue every Monday from 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm in room A. For more information call 596-0212. Class Schedule: Session 3 – April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 / May 7 Session 4 – July 9, 16, 23, 30 / August 6, 13 Month of April COUPLES IN ARMS – SESSION 3 In partnership with Operation U.S., the Army Community Services is hosting session 3 of Couples in Arms workshop from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm in classroom A. Couples in Arms is a FREE workshop where couples learn to talk without fighting, supporting each other, build a relationship that lasts, and more. Free childcare is available, must contact ACS prior to attending workshop. Refreshments will be provided. Workshop is open to authorized patrons only. For more information call 596-0212. Class Dates: Session 3: April 3, 10, 17, 24, May 7 Session 4: July 10, 17, 24, 31, August 7 Month of April ANGER DANGER – SESSION 3 The Army Community Service is hosting session 3 of Anger Danger. The class will teach you the methods of dealing with anger before it gets out of control, the definition of anger, the causes and effects, techniques to manage anger, the power of forgiveness, and how relationships are affected by anger. Classes will be held at Army Community Service located in Bldg. 486 Replacement Ave, from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm. Class is FREE and open to authorized patrons who must register a week prior to session. For more information call 596-0212. Class Schedule: Session 3 – April 4, 11, 18, 25 / May 1, 8 Session 4 – July 11, 18, 25 / August 1, 8

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Month of April PARENTING FROM THE HEART - SESSION 3 Army Community Services is hosting session 3 of Parenting from the Heart every Monday from 11:30 am-1:00 pm. Parenting from the heart is a 6 week class that covers topics such as positive guidance techniques, discipline, communication, sibling rivalry, and parenting styles. Army Community Services is located in Bldg. 486 Replacement Avenue. You must register prior to attending. Classes are FREE and open to authorized patrons. Lunch will NOT be provided; patrons are encouraged to bring their own. For more information call 596-0212. Class Schedule: Session 3 – April 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 / May 7 Session 4 – July 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 / August 6

Now - April 20 GREAT SPRING CLEANING FMWR YARD SALE REGISTRATION Need to get rid of some items, sell them at Fort Leonard Wood‟s Great Spring Cleaning Yard Sale on April 21 from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm at the Baker Theater auxiliary parking lot. Cost to rent a space is $10 advance / $15 day of. Tables are available for $5 each and must be reserved in advance. Spaces must be reserved by April 20. Fort Leonard Wood Thrift Shop will be on site to collect donations until 12:00 pm. Yard sale is open to the public. Rain date will be April 22. The following items cannot be sold: weapons, food items, retail items (Avon, Tupperware, Scentsy etc).For more information and to register call the FMWR Special Events office at 596-6913. Now - April 20 NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK: REGISTRATION In Observance of the National Volunteer Week and to show our appreciation to all volunteers on Fort Leonard Wood, the Army Volunteer Corps, in partnership with the Commissary, invites all volunteers to register to win a commissary Gift Card. All registered Fort Leonard Wood volunteers are encouraged to stop by participating facilities between the hours of 8:00 am – 4:00 pm March 1 thru April 13 to register for a chance to win, one entry per person please. Drawings will be conducted each day. Come out, enjoy the fun, and celebrate volunteering. National Volunteer Week will be celebrated April 15-21. POC for the event is Rhonda Hutsell, Army Volunteer Corps Coordinator. Phone: DSN 573-861-4334 or CIV 573-596-4334. E-mail: rhonda.hutsell@us.army.mil 5


Now - June 1 TRAP/ SKEET SHOOTING: REGISTRATION The SKIES program is hosting Trap and Skeet Shooting class Tuesdays starting June 5 through July 31 from 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm at the Outdoor Adventure Center. Cost is $80 per person, youth must be 11 years of age and older. Learn the competitive sport of trap and skeet shooting, develop basic shotgun skills and improve your hand eye coordination. All equipment is provided for this 8 week course, register by June 1 as class size is limited to ten students. Youth must be registered with CYS Services. (No class on July 3) For more information call 596-0200. April 1 – 13 ANNUAL YOUTH TALENT SHOW: REGISTRATION Got talent? Show case your talent at the Youth Talent show on April 28 at 1:00 pm at the Audie Murphy‟s Community Center and win great prizes. Groups will be arranged by grades: K-2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12. Pick up your registration packet at the Pippin Youth Center located in Bldg. 9625 Young Street. Registration is FREE. For more information call 596-0209.

April 1 ANNIE GET YOUR GUN The Outdoor Adventure Center is hosting an educational class specifically for women. The course will teach women how to handle and fire a gun. Participants will learn the different types of guns, what they are used for, how to use them, and how to clean them. Course also includes a trip to the range to fire a few different types of guns. Cost is $20 per person, 18yrs and older, and includes lunch and ammo. Register by March 30. For more information call 596-4223. April 2 & 3 HUNTERS EDUCATION CLASS The Outdoor Adventure Center in partnership with the Missouri Department of Conservation will sponsor a Hunters Education Class from 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Students must be at least 11yrs old to participate. Pre registration required and there is a 40 student limit for the class so register early by going to www.mdc.mo.gov and sign up for the Hunters Education Class. Outdoor Adventure Center is located off of FLW K building 2290. For more information call 596-0974. 6


April is “Month of the Military Child” In celebration Family & MWR is offering activities, discounts and specials throughout the month! (CHILDREN 16 YRS. OR YOUNGER)

March 31 - COMMUNITY FUN FAIR 11am – 3pm – FREE Bldg. 615 & 616 Replacement Ave, 596-0200 April 2 - MAD HATTER PARADE – pg 9 April 11 - PT IN THE WOODS – pg 15

April 14 – REC PLEX OPENS – pg 18 April 21 - FREE YOUTH FISHING – pg 23 April 27 - FREE MOVIE IN THE PARK – pg 27 April 28 -YOUTH TALENT SHOW – pg 27 MONTHLY SPECIALS DAUGHERTY BOWLING CENTER Dollar Days: $1 bowling Mon-Thurs 11am-10pm (shoe rental regular rate)

PINEY VALLEY GOLF COURSE Free small bucket of range balls during April, Tuesday-Friday. (1 per day. Child must be accompanied by an adult.) OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CENTER $2 off paintball package, free field fee. 10% off bounce house rental LAKE OF THE OZARKS RECREATION AREA Free fishing pole rental for kids. REC PLEX Coloring contest. Winner receives a free day pass.

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April 1 – 27 EDGE! MAY REGISTRATION (Grades 1-5) Enroll your child for CYS Services EDGE May. The CYS Services has partnered up with other Family & MWR facilities to bring the youth of the Fort Leonard Wood community the EDGE Program, a monthly program offers after school opportunities for youth to Experience, Develop, Grow, and Excel by participating in cutting-edge activities. Program begins in May. Registration deadline is April 27.Participants must be registered with CYS Services prior to signing up. Open to registered youth in grades 1-5. For more information call 596-0200. Fitness EDGE! – Field Games. Youth in grades 3 – 5 will participate in Field Games at Complex C Wednesdays from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm. Cost is $25.

April 1 – 27 EDGE! MAY REGISTRATION (Grades 6-12) Enroll your child for CYS Services EDGE May. The CYS Services has partnered up with other Family & MWR facilities to bring the youth of the Fort Leonard Wood community the EDGE Program, a monthly program offers after school opportunities for youth to Experience, Develop, Grow, and Excel by participating in cutting-edge activities. Program begins in May. Registration deadline is April 27. Participants must be registered with CYS Services prior to signing up. The EDGE program is free to registered youth in grades 6-12; unless otherwise specified. For more information call 596-0200. Fitness EDGE! – Intro to golf. Youth in grades 7 – 12 will have an introductory golfing class Mondays 3:30 pm – 5:00 pm at the Piney Valley Golf Course. Adventure EDGE! – Geocaching 101. Youth in grades 6 – 12 will learn the basics of Geocaching, a treasure hunting game where you use GPS to hide and seek with other participants. Class will be Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm at the Outdoor Adventure Center. Life EDGE! – Garden and Grow 101. Pippin Youth Center will be teaching the basics of Gardening from 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm on Fridays.

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April 8, 10am-2pm Make reservations today! More info on pg 12 / 329-2455 April 2 MAD HATTER PARADE & BALLOON LAUNCH The children of the Child Development Center will kick off the Month of the Military Child with their annual Mad Hatter Parade and Balloon Launch. Enjoy watching the young military children display their hats and smiles while they kick-off April, the month dedicated to our children. This exciting event will take place at 4:15 pm. in front of the Child Development Center located in Bldg. 615 & School Age Services Bldg 616 on Replacement Avenue. Everyone is welcome to come out and watch. For more information call 596-0196. April 2 – June 24 HIRED! APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM The Pippin Youth Center‟s HIRED! Apprenticeship Program is in session. The HIRED! Program is an apprenticeship program offered through the CYS Services that is designed to meet the workforce-preparation and secondary education needs of eligible youth. HIRED! is FREE and open to registered youth in grades 9-12. Must be able to work 15 hours per week to earn $500 and must register one month prior to start. The Pippin Youth Center is located in Bldg. 9625 Young Street. For more information call 596-0209.

April 2 & 3 HUNTERS EDUCATION CLASS The Outdoor Adventure Center in partnership with the Missouri Department of Conservation will sponsor a Hunters Education Class from 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm. Students must be at least 11yrs old to participate. Pre registration required and there is a 40 student limit for the class so register early by going to www.mdc.mo.gov and sign up for the Hunters Education Class. Outdoor Adventure Center is located off of FLW K building 2290. For more information call 596-0974. 9


April 2 – 27 YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL & T-BALL REGISTRATION CYS Services Youth Sports and Fitness Youth Baseball/Softball and Tball program begins May 7. Cost is $45 per participant, includes uniform and trophy (15% discount for second child for eligible families). Youth must have a current physical, good through the end of the season, turned in with registration. Child must be registered with the CYS Services. Registration will take place at the Parent Central Services office located inside Bldg. 470, Rm. 1126, office hours are 7:30 am – 4:30 pm. Practice begins May 7 / Season runs from May 7 – June 30. For more information call 596-0238. Baseball/T-ball categories: T-ball – Ages 4-5 yrs practice Mon– Thurs 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm. Coach Pitch – Ages 6-8 yrs practice Mon – Thurs 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm. Softball – Grades 3rd – 8th practice Mon – Thurs 5:30 pm – 8:00 pm. *Games are on Saturdays and some week nights. April 2 – 27 YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL CLINIC REGISTRATION CYS Services Youth Sports & Fitness program will host a Youth Baseball/ Softball Clinic May 1 & 2 from 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Cost is $20 per child, includes t-shirt (15% discount will apply for second child, if eligible).Youth will have the opportunity to learn new skills and get ready for baseball/softball season. Clinic will take place at Hill Topper Field. Clinic is open to registered youth ages 4-13. Youth must have a current physical good through season, turned in with registration. Registration will take place at the Parent Central Services located in Bldg. 470, Rm. 1126. For more information call 596-0209.

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April 3 PAJAMA PARTY BUNCO Family & MWR will be hosting Bunco beginning at 6:00 pm at Pershing Community Center. Join in on this fun dice game and win great prizes. Prizes will be awarded for the most wins and most losses. Random drawings will also be held between rounds for prizes. Early registration drawing will be held, register online at www.fortleonardwood.com or at the door on the night of the event. Additional prizes may be added or substituted at the discretion of the sponsors. There are no cash substitutions for prizes awarded. Event is FREE and open to authorized personnel. Must be 18 yrs. and older to play. For more information call 596-6913. Additional Date: May 1 – Uno De Mayo April 4 HOUSE NEXT DOOR: PREPARE AND SHARE (BRUNCH RECIPES) The House Next Door‟s Cooking Class will be hosting Prepare and Share Brunch Recipes. Bring your favorite prepared brunch dish and the recipe to share with the group. Class is from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm at the House Next Door. The House Next Door is located on 53 Young Street. All House Next Door classes are FREE and open to Military ID cardholders. For more information and to register call 596-0212 or 329-4616.

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April 7 NIGHT GOLF The most fun you can have on the course after dark! Piney Valley Golf Course hosts Night Golf, enjoy golfing at night with glow in the dark golf balls and chemical lights beginning at beginning at 5:00 pm. Cost is $30 per person for Annual Green Fee Patrons (AGFP) / $35 per person, non AGFPs, meal included. Each team will play 9 holes in daylight and then 8 holes after dark. Enjoy a chicken fried steak dinner at the turn. Prizes will be awarded for 1st-3rd place and for most “off-the-wall” dressed team. Night golf is open to the public. Piney Valley Golf Course is located on FLW 20 off Water Intake Rd. Night golf is limited to 64 people and rental clubs are available, so sign up early! For more information call 329-4770. April 7 2012 CHAMPION OF THE HILL 10K Davidson Fitness Center would like to challenge you in this tough uphill finish “2012 Champion of the Hill 10k” race. Cost is $10 and check in starts at 8:00 am; race begins at 9:00 am. The route will be down and up car wash hill. Awards for overall female and male as well as age groups for both will be given. The first fifty registrations will receive a t-shirt. Registration deadline is April 5. For more information call 596-7444. April 8 EASTER BOWL Join Daugherty Bowling Center for Easter Bowl; participating children will receive an Easter egg with candy and prizes inside (while supplies last)! Daugherty Bowling Center will be open during regular hours, 11:00 am10:00 pm. The bowling center is open to the public. For more information call 596-1498 April 8 EASTER BRUNCH Family & MWR will be hosting Easter brunch at the Pershing Community Center Ballroom from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm. Cost is $14.95 for adults $7.50 for children 4 – 11 Years of age and children 3 and under are free. Menu items include: French toast casserole, fruit salad, chicken alfredo, honey glazed ham, waffle and omelet station, assorted scones, chocolate fountain, and kids corner! Open to the public. Reservations recommended for large groups. Pershing Community Center is located in Bldg 4109 Piney Hills Dr. For more information or to reserve your table call 329-2455. 12


April 9 – 12 APRIL WEEKDAY SPECIAL Head to the lake this spring! The Lake of the Ozarks Recreation Area (LORA) is offering a great special this week to help you enjoy your spring!! April 9-12, Monday thru Thursday, rent a cabin and receive a 50% discount on any marina rental. (Gas not included). LORA offers a wide variety of options for visitors, there is no shortage of opportunities to enjoy the area in a variety of ways. LORA is located 50 miles NW of Fort Leonard Wood on McCubbins Drive off a Route A. For more information call 573-346-5673. Additional Dates: April 16-19 April 10 – 11 NAF WAREHOUSE SALE Bargain hunters can receive deep discounts at the NAF excess property Warehouse Sale. Sale will be held 8:00 am – 3:00 pm at Bldg. 2311 Railroad Street. Items are sold “as is” with no refunds, prices are not negotiable. Patrons are allowed to enter on a first come, first served basis. Cash, check and credit cards are excepted. The profits from the sale go directly to the Family & MWR fund to be reinvested back to programs and services for Soldiers and Families. All purchased items need to be removed by April 13th before 3:00 pm. For more information call 596-0173. April 10 – 11 FMWR VEHICLE SEALED BID Family & MWR will be accepting bids on viewed NAF vehicles April 2 – 4 from 8:00 am – 3:00 pm at the Family & MWR warehouse Bldg. 2347 Louisiana Avenue. Deadline to submit bids will be April 4 close of business. Top bidder will be notified by phone on April 5. All vehicles are sold as is and need to be paid for no later than April 6 and removed by 3:00 pm April 12. For more information call 596-0173 April 11 PT IN THE WOODS Celebrate the Month of the Military Child the healthy way with a 30minute aerobic workout for Service Members and their families at the Gerlach Track from 6:30 am-7:30 am. First 100 children receive a FREE t-shirt and all active duty parents that participate will receive a voucher that can be used for 1 FREE day of PT (with Commander‟s approval). Event is open to the public and all Military branches. For more information call 596-0209 15


April 11 & 12 HOUSE NEXT DOOR: LEI MAKING House Next Door is hopping into spring making leis with yarn, ribbon and flowers! This is an excellent way to create a symbol of love, friendship or good luck. Class is from 9:00 am-12:00 pm. House Next Door is FREE and open to Military ID cardholders. They are located on 53 Young Street. For more information and obtain a supply list call 596-0212 or 329-4616. April 11, 18, 25 WOMEN’S GOLF CLINIC The Piney Valley Golf Course will be hosting the Women‟s Golf Clinic. This clinic is designed as a beginning golf class for adult ladies. Instructions will include rules of golf, etiquette, golf procedures, driving range and course lessons. Cost is $80 per person and includes a 10% discount on ladies clothing, shoes or golf club purchases during the clinic at the PVGC pro shop. Clinic is held from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm and is open to the public. Register at the Piney Valley Golf Course located on FLW 20, off Water Intake Rd. For more information call 329-4770. Session 2 Dates: April 12, 19 & 26 from 11:30 am – 12:30 am April 13 OPERATION MAGIC; AN ADULT COMEDY / MAGIC VARIETY SHOW Family and MWR present “Operation Magic” featuring “The Bornstein Experiment” and comedian David Beck. The show opens at 7:30 pm in the Pershing Community Center (Bldg 4109 Piney Hills Dr ) with David Beck. Beck has been on Fox Sports radio, Bob & Tom Show, TV Sprint: Comedy Time Network and Night Shift as well as some serious TV appearances. “The Bornstein Experiment” features Jeff and Kimberly Bornstein, a HILARIOUS husband and wife mind reading duo. It‟s a 21st Century "battle of the sexes" when Kimberly tells the men in the audience exactly what they're thinking and it‟s ALL CLEAN comedy! You will be BAFFLED and AMAZED! Cost is $5 in advance and $10 the day of. Tickets available online at mwrtickets.com or at ITR, Bldg 490. For more information call 596-6913.

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April 13 COMMANDER’S GOLF SCRAMBLE The Commander‟s Golf Scramble will be hosted by the Piney Valley Golf Course beginning April 13 with a 1:30 pm shotgun start. Scramble consists of a 4 person team; cost is $35 for non AGFP‟s or $30 for Annual Green Fee Patrons (AGFP) includes greens fees, and cart .Bring your friends, co-workers or battle buddies for a great afternoon of golfing. Food and beverages are provided at each event. For more information call 329-4770. Tournament Dates: May 11/ June 8/ July 13/ August 10/ September 14/ October 12 April 14 PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS – POINT & SHOOT 101 Get the most out of your point and shoot camera. The Arts and Crafts Frame Shop is hosting Point & Shoot 101. This is a great class, will teach you what all the icon and menu items of your point & shoot camera can do to enhance your photography taught by photographer Mike Curtis. Participants receive a 10% discount on framing on a selected photo from class. Seating is limited. For cost and details stop by the Arts & Craft Frame Shop located in the PX Mini Mall or call 596-0242. Additional dates and classes: April 28- Spring Landscapes May 19 - High Dynamic Range June 2 - Outdoor Portraits October 20 - Fall Landscapes

April 14 BASS TOURNAMENT The Lake of the Ozarks Recreation Area (LORA) will be hosting their annual Bass Tournament starting at 7:00 am (or first safelight), weigh-in is at 3:00 pm. Entry fee per boat is $40 and a optional $10 fee for Big Bass. Stop by the Outdoor Adventure Center or LORA for entry forms and rules. Open to the public. LORA is located 50 miles NW of Fort Leonard Wood on McCubbins Drive off a Route A. For more information call 573-346-5673. Tournament Dates: May 12 7:00 am / Weigh-in: 3:00 pm June 15 7:30 pm / Weigh-in: 1:00 am July 13 7:30 pm / Weigh-in: 1:00 am August 10 7:30 pm / Weigh-in: 1:00 am Sept 15 7:00 am / Weigh-in: 3:00 pm 17 October 20 7:00 am / Weigh-in: 3:00 pm


April 14 & 28 SCHOOL AGE SERVICES OPEN RECREATION Children in 1st through 5th grades as well as home school children that are registered with CYS Services are eligible to attend School Age Services open recreation. Open recreation offers a variety of directed and self-directed youth activities from 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm on selected dates. School Age Services is located in Bldg. 616 Replacement Avenue. For more information call 596-0238. Additional dates: May 5 & 19 / June 2 & 16 / July 14 & 28 August 4 & 18 / September 8 & 22 April 14 REC PLEX SEASON OPENING Spring is in the air and the FMWR recreational complex is finally open for the season! Bring the family out to enjoy a round of mini golf or a few laps around the go kart track. The Rec Plex will be open April 14 through Memorial Day on Thursdays and Fridays from 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm and weekends from 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm. Let the fun begin! For more information call 596-3529. April 14 ROCK CLIMBING ADVENTURE Are you looking for a new way to physically and mentally push yourself to the limits, while at the same time having a thrilling day of excitement and fun? Come challenge yourself from 9:00 am – 3:30 pm on the Climbing wall at the Meramec Adventure Learning Ranch located in Steelville. This artificial climbing wall has enough space for multiple climbers to learn to dance their way up the rock individually or as a team. Trained facilitators will carefully instruct you in climbing and belaying techniques, equipment care and use, knots, rope management. Routes and activities vary in difficulty to both challenge more experienced climbers and to impart success to the newest of climbers. Cost is $75 per person open to ages 6 and up. Register by April 4 at the Outdoor Adventure Center located at 2290 FLW K. A minimum of 12 participants are required for the class to take place. (Transportation provided, bring your own lunch) For more information call (573) 596-4223.

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April 15 CONCEALED CARRY WEAPONS CLASS The Outdoor Adventure Center is hosting Concealed Carry Weapons Class; the first step in acquiring a Missouri CCW endorsement including weapons qualification on the range. Class is from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Cost is $15 to register, $65 day of class. Each student must bring a photo id, eye and hearing protection, semi-automatic handgun and a revolver (plus min of 50 round each), and lunch or money for food. All handguns must be in good working condition. Guns and ammos will NOT be allowed in the building during class. Class is open to the public 21 yrs. and older. Interested patrons must be registered the day prior to each class at the Outdoor Adventure Center located in Bldg. 2290 FLW K Road. For more information call 596-4223. Additional Dates: May 20/ July 8/ August 5/ September 9 Individuals who reside on or off post and who bring a privately owned weapon onto the installation for authorized activities such as hunting, dog training activities or marksmanship events, are required to register weapons. Privately owned weapons can be registered between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, at the Main Gate Visitor’s Center, Building 100. Registration form is available online at www.wood.army.mil/LEC/SOB/Privately%20Owned%20Weapons.html For more information, call the Physical Security Section of the Provost Marshal’s Office at 573.596.0131 ext. 6-0597 Concealed Carry Permits (CCP), regardless of state of issuance, are not authorized or recognized on Fort Leonard Wood. See FLW Regulation 190-6 for transportation requirements and authorized purposes.

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April 15 – 21 NATIONAL VOLUNTEER WEEK Millions of people give their time, talent and energy to help strengthen our community. Volunteers range from individuals, to businesses and community organizations, and all share in common the act of choosing to make a difference. It is through their stories that people are inspired to serve and begin to recognize their personal power to transform themselves and the world around them. The Army Volunteer Corps and the Commissary at Fort Leonard Wood will celebrate National Volunteer Week April 15-21 by hosting a drawing for gift cards. Drawings will be conducted each day. Come out, enjoy the fun, and celebrate volunteering. POC for the event is Rhonda Hutsell, Army Volunteer Corps Coordinator. Phone: DSN 573-861-4334 or CIV 573-596-4334. E-mail: rhonda.hutsell@us.army.mil April 16-19 APRIL WEEKDAY SPECIAL Head to the lake this spring! The Lake of the Ozarks Recreation Area (LORA) will be running a great special this week to help you enjoy your spring!! April 16-19, Monday thru Thursday, rent a cabin and receive a 50% discount on any marina rental.(Gas not included). LORA offers a wide variety of options for visitors, there is no shortage of opportunities to enjoy the area in a variety of ways. LORA is located 50 miles NW of Fort Leonard Wood on McCubbins Drive off a Route A. For more information call 573-346-5673. April 17 NEWCOMER’S ORIENTATION Are you new in town? Or just want to know more about what Fort Leonard Wood and the surrounding community have to offer? Join us at the Pershing Community Center for the Newcomer‟s Orientation from 8:30 am-11:30 am. Enjoy FREE refreshments, drawings for prizes and get great information about Fort Leonard Wood and the surrounding community. Pershing Community Center is located in Bldg 4109 Piney Hills Dr. FREE Child Care is offered for Newcomers Orientation at the Child Development Center (CDC) but space is limited so make your reservations early. Child Care reservations may be made up to 30 days in advance of the scheduled orientation by calling the Child Development Center (CDC) at 596-0197/0210..For more information call 596-0212.

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April 19 HOUSE NEXT DOOR: PILLOW CASES House Next Door is hosting a pillow case making class! This is an excellent way to learn the basics of pillow case making and to gradually progress into a more detailed pillow case. Class is from 9:00 am-12:00 pm. House Next Door is FREE and open to Military ID cardholders. They are located on 53 Young Street. For more information and obtain a supply list call 596-0212 or 329-4616. April 21 FREE YOUTH FISHING TOURNAMENT The Lake of the Ozarks Recreation Area (LORA) will be hosting their Youth Fishing Tournament starting at 7:00 am (or first safelight), weigh-in is at 2:00 pm. Tournament is free. Prizes will be given for total weight and largest fish. Youth must be accompanied by an adult, no specific fish required, must be live at weigh in. LORA is located 50 miles NW of Fort Leonard Wood on McCubbins Drive off a Route A. For more information call 573-346-5673.

April 21 3D ARCHERY TOURNAMENT The Outdoor Adventure Center is hosting their annual Archery Tournament from 10:30 am – 4:00 pm. Tournament will be a normal 3D shoot, a great opportunity to test your capabilities in judging yardage and shot placement. Dare to show off your archery skills? Registration will begin at 10:00 am. Cost is $10 adults / $5 youth, enter to win a free bow! Outdoor Adventure Center is located in Bldg. 2290 FLW K. For more information call 596-4223. Additional Dates: May 12 & 26 / June 30 / July 14 / August 25 / September 8 & 22 April 21 GREAT SPRING CLEANING FMWR YARD SALE Looking for a bargain or need to get rid of some items? Find them or sell them at Fort Leonard Wood‟s Great Spring Cleaning Yard Sale from 8:00 am – 12:00 pm at the Baker Theater auxiliary parking lot. Cost is $10 advance / $15 day of, includes a parking spot. Tables are available for $5 each and must be reserved in advance. Fort Leonard Wood Thrift Shop will be on site to collect donations until 12:00 pm. Rain date will be April 22. Yard sale is open to the public. The following items cannot be sold: weapons, food items, retail items (Avon, Tupperware, Scentsy etc.) For more information and to register call the FMWR Special Events office at 596-6913. 23


April 24 ART CLASS-LANDSCAPE ART WORK The Arts and Craft Frame Shop is hosting Landscape Art Work beginning at 6:00 pm. Learn the art of capturing landscapes, class is open to the public, 16 yrs. and older. Interested customers must register in advance at the Arts and Craft Frame Shop, located inside the PX Mini Mall. Cost is $7.50 per person. For location and for details call 596-0242. April 25 HOUSE NEXT DOOR: QUILT BLOCK OF THE MONTH The House Next Door will be working on the April quilt block! Learn quilt block and get great design ideas. Class is from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. Must know basic hand and machine sewing. The House Next Door is FREE and open to Military ID cardholders. The House Next Door is located in 53 Young Street. For more information and to register call 596-0212 or 329-4616. April 26 – 27 COMMAND (FIRST SGTS / LTs / CPTs) SPOUSE SEMINAR Join other spouses on this two day seminar of fun, friends, and learning at the Command Spouse Seminar! Learn and understand the roles of a Command team and your role as an effective leader. There will be panel discussion with senior leaders and their spouses. Seminar will be held at the USO located in Bldg. 805 on Iowa Avenue from 9:00 am – 3:00 pm. Child care will be available, you must reserve care at 596-1481 and child(ren) must be registered with CYS Services by January 17. For more information call 596-0212. Additional dates: July 19-20 / October 11-12 USO April 27 MOVIE IN THE PARK Family & MWR invites you to Movie in the Park, featuring “HOP”. Enjoy a movie with friends and family under the stars! Movie begins at 8:30 pm and will take place at Colyer Park. Movie is FREE and open to the public. Bring your own blanket and chairs. No pets allowed. No show if rain or high winds. Concessions will be available. For more information call 596-6913.

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April 27 ALCOHOL AWARENESS MONTH GOLF TOURNAMNET Piney Valley Golf Course is hosting Alcohol Awareness Month Golf Tournament with a shot-gun start at 10:00 am. There will be a longest putt, closest to the pin, longest drive competition and food will be provided. Cost is $40 for Annual Green Fee Patrons (AGFP) and $45 for Non AGFPs. Registration begins at 9:00 am. Open to the public. The Piney Valley Golf Course is located on FLW 20 (off Water Intake Road). For more information call 329-4770. April 28 PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS – SPRING LANDSCAPE The Arts and Crafts Frame Shop is hosting a Spring Landscape Photography Class. This is a great class, taught by photographer Mike Curtis, will teach you the techniques to capture the perfect landscape picture. Put what you learned in practice as this class includes outdoor instruction and will be held rain or shine (dress appropriately).Participants receive a 10% discount on framing on a selected photo from class. Seating is limited. For cost and details stop by the Arts & Craft Frame Shop located in the PX Mini Mall or call 596-0242. Additional dates and classes: May 19 - High Dynamic Range June 2 - Outdoor Portraits October 20 - Fall Landscapes April 28 5 ON 5 PAINTBALL COMPETITION The game is Speed Ball, the challenge is winning! The Outdoor Adventure Center is hosting a 5 on 5 Paintball Competition, bring your team of 5 and compete for supremacy on the field. Registration starts at 10:00 am and cost is $20/5 person team. Do you and your team have what it takes? For more information call (573) 596-4223. Additional Dates: May 19 / July 7

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April 28 ANNUAL YOUTH TALENT SHOW Let Fort Leonard Wood youth entertain you at the Annual Youth Talent Show. Event will take place at the Audie Murphy‟s Community Center from 1:00 pm-4:00 pm. Event is open to the public and the $1 entry fee goes to support Pippin Youth Center. Groups are arranged by grades: K2, 3-5, 6-8, and 9-12. Interested youth can sign-up through April13 at the Pippin Youth Center. This is great opportunity to show off your talent and win great prizes. For more information call 596-0209 Month of May BLACK JACK BAR & GRILL CALENDAR Wednesdays ~ Karaoke, 7:00 – 11:00 pm Fridays ~ Live DJ, 8:00 pm – midnight May 1~ Bunco, 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm May 3 ~ Cinco De Mayo May 4 ~ Dueling Pianos May 8 -15, 22 and 29 ~ Texas Hold‟em May 12 ~ Live music by Andrew Streetman, 8:00 pm – midnight May 19 ~ Live music by the Junk Yard Dogs, 8:00 pm – midnight May 28 ~ Closed Federal Holiday Now - June 1 TRAP/ SKEET SHOOTING: REGISTRATION The SKIES program is hosting Trap and Skeet Shooting class Tuesdays June 5 through July 31 from 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm at the Outdoor Adventure Center. Cost is $80 per person, must be 11 years of age and older. Learn the competitive sport of trap and skeet shooting, develop basic shotgun skills and improve your hand eye coordination. All equipment is provided for this 8 week course, register by June 1 as class size is limited to ten students. Youth must be registered with CYS Services. (no class on July 3) For more information call 596-0200. May 1 & 15 SENIOR GOLF TOUR The Piney Valley Golf Course is hosting the Senior Tour, with shot gun beginning at 9am. Cost is $25 for Annual Green Fees Patron members and $30 per non-AGFP, includes cart and breakfast. Tour is open to the public ages 50 yrs. and older. Register at the Piney Valley Golf Course located on FLW 20, off Water Intake Rd. For more information call 329-4770. Tour Dates: June 5 & 19 / July 3 & 17 / August 7 & 21 September 4 & 18 / October 2 & 16 27


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May 1 UNO DE MAYO BUNCO Family & MWR will be hosting Bunco beginning at 6:00 pm at Pershing Community Center. Join in on this fun dice game and win great prizes. Prizes will be awarded for the most wins and most losses. Random drawings will also be held between rounds for prizes. Early registration drawing will be held, registration begins online at www.fortleonardwood.com February 1 and at the door on the night of the event. Additional prizes may be added or substituted at the discretion of the sponsors. There are no cash substitutions for prizes awarded. Event is FREE and open to authorized personnel. Must be 18 yrs. and older to play. For more information call 596-6913. May 1 & 8 ANGER DANGER – SESSION 3 The Army Community Service is hosting session 3 of Anger Danger. Anger Danger will teach you the methods of dealing with anger before it gets out of control, the definition of anger, the causes and effects, techniques to manage anger, the power of forgiveness, and how relationships are affected by anger. Classes will be held at Army Community Service located in Bldg. 486 Replacement Ave, from 11:30 am - 1:00 pm. Class is FREE and open to authorized patrons who must register a week prior to session. For more information call 596-0212. Class Schedule: Session 4 – July 11, 18, 25 / August 1, 8

May 1 – 25 REGISTRATION FOR MINI FLAG FOOTBALL The CYS Youth Sports & Fitness program will be hosting Mini Flag Football for children ages 3-5 yrs. This is a great opportunity for your child to learn to play and work as a team as well as learn the basics of football. Cost is $20 per child, includes a t-shirt. Program will run from June 5 – July 12. Session will be held at the Pippin Youth Center on Tuesdays for 3 yrs. old and Thursdays for 4-5 yrs. old from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm. No physical is required. There will be a parent meeting on May 31 at the Pippin Youth Center at 5:30 pm. Mini flag football is a parent participation program. Child must be registered with CYS Services. For more information call 596-0209.

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May 1 – 30 PIPPIN YOUTH CENTER SUMMER CAMPS: REGISTRATION The Pippin Youth Center is hosting a summer camp program beginning May 30 for youth currently enrolled in 6th – 12th grade. Registrations begin May 1at Pippin youth Center. Each camp requires a signed permission slip and a $25 deposit which will be returned on the final day of the camp if youth attended each day. For more information call 596-0209. Weekly activities include: May 30 – June 1: Culinary Camp; simple cooking/ food preparation, nutritional guest speaker, trip to pick berries and ends with pool party. June 4 – 8: Explore Missouri; survival day, St. Louis, archery – the best Missouri has to offer. June 11 – 15: Outdoor Adventure; swimming, BBQ, canoeing, cave exploration, zip lining. July 9 – 13: Float your Boat; games, swimming, boating, tubing canoeing. July 16 – 20: Passport to Manhood; paintball, archery, skeet shooting, boating, tubing, swimming, Six Flags. July 23 – 27: Smart Girls; nutrition, rafting, scrapbooking, water aerobics, safari and movies. August 1 – 3: Sports Camp; learn and play a different sport each day and attend a Springfield Cardinals baseball game. August 20 – 24: Sink or Swim; games, nutritious snacks, swimming, Big Surf, Hurricane Harbor. *Times and fieldtrips subject to change. May 4 DUELING PIANOS Back by popular demand! Join us for Dueling Pianos, a night of music and laughter at this all request interactive show. Show will take place at the Pershing Community Center. Doors open at 7:00 pm for early entry ticket holders and 7:15 pm for day of purchase ticket holders. Show begins 8:00 pm. $10 early entry tickets are available until May 3 online at fortleonardwoodmwr.com or at the ITR office. Those with early entrance tickets will be seated first to choose their seats, those without can enter at 7:15pm for $5 cover. Show is open to the public 18 yrs. and older. Pershing Community Center is located in Bldg. 4109, Piney Hills Drive. For more information call 596-6913. 30


May 5 ROPE COURSE Grow at both team and individual levels; explore risk, leadership, communication, and problem-solving. If you have never done a full rope course you are missing out on the challenge and excitement that only a rope course can provide. Cost is $75 per person and is open to ages 6yrs and up, all abilities are welcome. Registration is required and you must be registered by March 23 at the Outdoor Adventure Center, 2290 FLW K. A minimum of 12 participants are required for the class to take place. For more information call (573) 596-4223. May 5 CINCO DE MAYO – TOTALLY AWESOME 80s CELEBRATION BlackJack Bar & Grill is celebrating Cinco De Mayo with a twist. Join us for a “totally awesome celebration - 80s style!” Dress in your best 80s fashion with big hair and bangles. Live music by “Naturally Blended” playing a variety of hits! Blackjack opens at 5:00pm, Cinco De Mayo party starts at 8:30pm, NO cover charge, must be 21yrs and older. FMWR reminds you to party responsible, ask about our Designated Driver Program. BlackJack Bar & Grill is located inside Pershing Community Center at 4109 Piney Hills Drive. For more information call 329-6500 / 2455. May 5 & 19 SCHOOL AGE SERVICES OPEN RECREATION Children in 1st through 5th grades as well as home school children that are registered with CYS Services are eligible to attend School Age Services open recreation. Open recreation offers a variety of directed and self-directed youth activities from 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm on selected dates. School Age Services is located in Bldg. 616 Replacement Avenue. For more information call 596-0238. Additional dates: June 2 & 16 / July 14 & 28 / August 4 & 18 / September 8 & 22

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May 11 COMMANDER’S GOLF SCRAMBLE The Commander‟s Golf Scramble will be hosted by the Piney Valley Golf Course with a 12:00 pm shotgun start. Scramble consists of a 4 person team; cost is $35 for non AGFP‟s or $30 for Annual Green Fee Patrons (AGFP) includes greens fees and cart. Bring your friends, co-workers or battle buddies for a great afternoon of golfing. Food and beverages are provided at each event. For more information call 329-4770. Additional dates: June 8/ July 13/ August 10/ September 14/ October 12 May 11 PITCH, HIT, & RUN The CYS Youth Sports and Fitness is hosting a FREE local Pitch, Hit, & Run competition from 5:30 pm – 7:00 pm at the Hilltopper Field on Nebraska Ave. Registration begins at 5:00 pm, no registration fee required. Competition is open to youth ages 7-14, proof of age will be required at registration. No registration fee. Winners of our local competition, in their age group, will have an opportunity to advance to the sectional level of competition. Pitch, Hit, & Run is an official skills program of MLB that is designed to provide youth with an opportunity to compete in a competition that recognizes individual excellence in core baseball/softball skills. Event is FREE and open to the public. For more information call 596-0209. May 11 FREE MOVIE IN THE PARK Family & MWR invites you to Movie in the Park, featuring “Dolphin Tale”. A family film inspired by the amazing true story of Winter, a young dolphin who loses her tail, and Sawyer, an 11-year old boy who befriends her. Enjoy the movie with friends and family under the stars! Movie begins at 8:30 pm and will take place at Pippin Youth Center, Bldg 9625 Young St. Movie is FREE and open to the public. Bring your own blanket and chairs. No pets allowed. No show if rain or high winds. Concessions will be available. For more information call 596-6913.

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May 12 BASS TOURNAMENT The Lake of the Ozarks Recreation Area (LORA) will be hosting their annual Bass Tournament starting at 7:00 am (or first safelight), weigh-in is at 3:00 pm. Entry fee per boat is $40 and an optional $10 fee for Big Bass. Stop by the Outdoor Adventure Center or LORA for entry forms/rules. Open to the public. LORA is located 50 miles NW of Fort Leonard Wood on McCubbins Drive off a Route A. For more information call 573-346-5673. Tournament Dates: June 15 7:30 pm / Weigh-in: 1:00 am July 13 7:30 pm / Weigh-in: 1:00 am August 10 7:30 pm / Weigh-in: 1:00 am Sept 15 7:00 am / Weigh-in: 3:00 pm October 20 7:00 am / Weigh-in: 3:00 pm May 12 HERSHEY LOCAL YOUTH TRACK MEET Ready, set, go! The CYS Youth Sports and Fitness program will be hosting a Hershey Local Youth Track Meet at Gerlach Track from 10:00 am – 12:00 pm. The meet will consist of running events and some field events. The best times or distances are based on age and will move onto the district meet in Jefferson City, Missouri. Event is FREE and open to the public, youth 9-14. Registration will take place at 9:00 am, must have proof of age when registering. For more information call 596-0209. May 12 “UNDER THE SEA” DANCE RECITAL The SKIES Unlimited program will present its spring dance recital “Under the Sea” to showcase the talent of our youth dancers at 4:00 pm in Lincoln Hall. Event is FREE and open to the public. For more information call 596-0200. May 12 & 26 3D ARCHERY TOURNAMENT The Outdoor Adventure Center is hosting their annual Archery Tournament from 10:30 am – 4:00 pm. Tournament will be a normal 3D shoot, a great opportunity to test your capabilities in judging yardage and shot placement. Dare to show off your archery skills? Registration will begin at 10:00 am. Cost is $10 adults / $5 youth, enter to win a free bow! Outdoor Adventure Center is located in Bldg. 2290 FLW K. For more information call 596-4223. Additional Dates: June 35 30 / July 14 / August 25 / September 8 & 22


May 18 FLY FISHING 101 Outdoor Adventure Center will be hosting Fly Fishing 101 from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm. Cost is $10 per person. This program offers a personalized in depth introduction into the world of fly fishing. Class is open to the public and no fishing license is required to attend. Interested participants must preregister by May 17 at the Outdoor Adventure Center located in Bldg. 2290 FLW K Rd. For more information call 596-4223. May 19 5 ON 5 PAINTBALL COMPETITION The game is Speed Ball, the challenge is winning! The Outdoor Adventure Center is hosting a 5 on 5 Paintball Competition, bring your team of 5 and compete for supremacy on the field. Registration starts at 10:00 am and cost is $20/5 person team. Do you and your team have what it takes? For more information call (573) 596-4223. Additional Dates: July 7

May 19 SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE Davidson Fitness center is hosting the May Days softball tournament at sports complex B. Cost is $125 per team. You must be 18 and older. Registration deadline is 2 days prior to each tournament. For more information call 596-7444. Tournament dates: May 19 9:00 am - May Days June 15 6:00 pm - All Night Softball July 7 9:00 am - Stars and Stripes Softball Aug 4 9:00 am - Dog Days of Summer Sept 7 6:00 pm - All Night Softball

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May 19 PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS – HIGH DYNAMIC RANGE The Arts and Crafts Frame Shop is hosting High Dynamic Range Photography Class. Taught by photographer Mike Curtis the class will teach you the techniques to capture the perfect picture using your HDR (high dynamic range) camera feature. This class includes outdoor instruction and will be held rain or shine (dress appropriately). Participants receive a 10% discount on framing on a selected photo from class. Seating is limited. For cost and details stop by the Arts & Craft Frame Shop located in the PX Mini Mall or call 596-0242. Additional dates and classes: June 2 - Outdoor Portraits October 20 - Fall Landscapes

May 20 CONCEALED CARRY WEAPONS CLASS The Outdoor Adventure Center is hosting Concealed Carry Weapons Class; the first step in acquiring a Missouri CCW endorsement including weapons qualification on the range. Class is from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm. Cost is $15 to register, $65 day of class. Each student must bring a photo id, eye and hearing protection, semi-automatic handgun and a revolver (plus min of 50 round each), and lunch or money for food. All handguns must be in good working condition. Guns and ammos will NOT be allowed in the building during class. Class is open to the public 21 yrs. and older. Interested patrons must be registered the day prior to each class at the Outdoor Adventure Center located in Bldg. 2290 FLW K Road. For more information call 596-4223. Additional Dates: July 8/ August 5/ September 9 Individuals who reside on or off post and who bring a privately owned weapon onto the installation for authorized activities such as hunting, dog training activities or marksmanship events, are required to register weapons. Privately owned weapons can be registered between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday, at the Main Gate Visitor’s Center, Building 100. Registration form is available online at www.wood.army.mil/LEC/SOB/Privately%20Owned%20Weapons.html For more information, call the Physical Security Section of the Provost Marshal’s Office at 573.596.0131 ext. 6-0597 Concealed Carry Permits (CCP), regardless of state of issuance, are not authorized or recognized on Fort Leonard Wood. See FLW Regulation 190-6 for transportation requirements and authorized purposes.

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May 21 – 24 THE SEVEN HABITS OF A 24/7 DAD Army Community Services will be hosting “The Seven Habits of a 24/7 Dad”. Learn what a 24/7 dad is and how to provide love, nurturance, guidance, and support “around the clock.” Identify the role you want to play and the kind of impact you want to have in the lives of your children. Class is open to authorized patrons. Class will be held at Army Community Service located in Bldg. 486 Replacement Avenue from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm. For more information call 596-0212. May 26 WHITEWATER KAYAKING Outdoor Adventure Center will be hosting a Whitewater Kayaking class from 7:00 am – 3:00 pm. Cost is $50 per person. If you have ever wanted to try an extreme sport, here is your chance. This program offers an opportunity to explore your wild side. Class is open to the public and you must know how to swim. Interested participants must preregister by May 24 at the Outdoor Adventure Center located in Bldg. 2290 FLW K Rd. For more information call 596-4223.


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Month of April: 1: Annie Get Your Gun, 1000-1600 OAC 2-3: Hunter’s Education Class, 1700-2200 Bldg 2290 3: Bunco, 1800 Pershing Community Center 7: Champion of the Hill 10K, 0800 check in at DFC 8: Easter Bowl, Regular hours/Rates at DBC 8: Easter Brunch, 1000-1400, Pershing Comm. Cnt 10-11: NAF Warehouse Sale, 0800 Bldg 2311 11: PT in the Woods, CYS Services 0630 Gerlach Field 13: Golf Scramble, 1330 shotgun, PV Golf Course 13: Operation Magic, 1930 Pershing Community Cnt 14: Rock Climbing, 0900-1530 OAC 21: Yard Sale, 0800-1200, Baker Theater Lot 21: 3D Archery Competition, 1000 Registration OAC 25: Horseshoe Tournament 1200, LORA 27: FREE Youth Fishing Tournament, 0700 LORA 27: ASAP Golf Tournament, 1000 PV Golf Course 27: FREE Movie in the Park 2000 Colyer Park 28: Youth Talent Show, 1300 Audie Murphy Comm. Ct Month of May: 1-25: Youth register for Flag Football 1-30: Youth Register for Pippin Summer Camps 1: Bunco, 1800 Pershing Community Center 4: Dueling Pianos, 2000 Pershing Community Center 5: Cinco De May Party, 80s theme @ BlackJack 2000 7: Night Golf, 1700 PV Golf Course 8: Easter Brunch, 1000 Pershing Community Center 11: Golf Scramble, 1330 shotgun, PV Golf Course 11: FREE Movie in the Park 2000 pippin Youth Center 12: Youth Hershey Track Meet 1000 Gerlach Field

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ONGOING EVENTS/PROGRAMS: ARTS & CRAFTS FRAME/ENGRAVING SHOP Monday – Friday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm. CLOSED – Weekends / Federal Holiday Frame Class The Frame Shop offers a one-on-one class. Learn to mat, mount, and secure your artwork in a frame. Students are introduced to frame shop equipment and safety procedures. You will also learn to choose the right mat color, determine margins, frame joinery, mounting techniques, and frame closures. Students will receive a frame shop card that allows you to access the self-help area. Cost for class is $20 plus supplies. Must be 18 yrs. and older to participate. Must bring in your project you wish to frame on your appointment. Class is open to the public. Frame Shop is located inside the PX Mini Mall. For more information call 596-0242. Engraving The Frame Shop now offers engraving. Let the Frame Shop capture your memories and expressions. You can engrave on wood, plastic, glass, acrylic, mat board, pens, metals, and more. This is great for gifts, awards, promotion, birthdays, and weddings!

Wed & Fri 11:00 am-7:00 pm Sat & Sun 10:00 am-6:00 pm 596-0243 The Auto Craft Shop offers: 4 flat car bays, 5 lift car bays, 1 motorcycle bay, 1 flat motorcycle bay, mechanics, a vehicle storage lot, a coin operated car wash, a computerized and manual information center, safety equipment (including eye and ear protection, OSHA eye wash areas), basic car care classes and on site car repair. The Auto Craft Shop is located in Bldg. 1383 on Nebraska Avenue. 43


SPORTS & FITNESS Mon-Fri 5:00 am – 8:00 pm Saturday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm Sunday 8:00 am – 3:00 pm 596-4359 FITNESS CLASSES Davidson Fitness Center and/or Specker Gym offers a variety of aerobic classes monthly at various times at to fit your fitness level and your busy schedule. Classes are open to authorized patrons and are $2/class or Aerobic Punch Passes are available, cost $15-10 punch, $25-20 punch, and $30-30 punch. Class schedule are available online at www.fortleonardwoodmwr.com FREE INSIGHT CHILD CARE AT DFC Family & MWR knows your family comes first and that shouldn't mean your fitness has to come last. Davidson Fitness Center is offering a place for your child (ren) to play while you achieve your fitness goals. An "Insight Child Care Area" is available Mon-Fri 8am-11am. An enclosed a play area will entertain your child while you exercise - no attendant is on hand - child MUST be in the parent/guardian's line of sight at all times. EQUIPMENT ORIENTATION Make the most of your workouts; learn how to properly use the cardio and strength equipment. Free 30-minute equipment orientations will be held at the Davidson Fitness Center and Specker Gym Monday at 9:00 am and Thursday at 6:00 pm. SWIM LESSONS Swim lessons are being offered at Davidson Fitness Center for children ages 6 months through adult. Children must be registered with CYS Services. For more information on levels and schedule call 596-2810. INDOOR LAP SWIMMING / MILITARY TRAINING POOL: Monday – Friday: 6:30 am - 7:30 am 11:30 am - 12:30 pm 4:30 pm - 8:00 pm

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CHILD YOUTH & SCHOOL SERVICES 596-0200 CYS SERVICES- THE “I’mAlone” PROGRAM CYS Services offers I’mAlone, a FREE program to help prepare youth to stay home alone. Youth will learn to increase personal safety skills, demonstrate responsibility and other positive character traits, recognize and handle emergencies, identify a Family & Friend Support System, prepare nutritious snacks, and practice good decision making. Workshop is held every 3rd Saturday at School Age Services, for youth ages 11 to 18yrs and parents. A $20 deposit is required and will be fully refunded upon completion of the program. Call Parent & Outreach Services for workshop dates and times 596-0238.

SKIESUNLIMITED INSTRUCTORS NEEDED The CYS Services SKIESUnlimited program is seeking a public or private firm(s) interested in conducting instruction in the following areas: Tae Kwon Do, Kung Fu San Soo, baby signing, academic tutoring, cooking, driver‟s education, dance and tennis. If you are interested in exploring this opportunity, please contact Ms. Sheryl Johnson, Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command, at (703) 696-7055. MARTIAL ARTS REGISTRATION The SKIES American Taekwondo Association Martial Arts Program is accepting registration. Classes are held every Monday and Wednesday, and are available to youth 4-18 years. Students may participate in one class per week for $35 a month or two classes per week for $65. Additionally a starter kit must be purchased from the instructor for $75. Testing occurs every eight weeks, and costs $60 each for up to two children and $5 for each additional family member, additional costs for tournaments (optional). The exciting workouts offer training in weapons, sparring, alternative martial arts skills, and self defense. A one-time fee of $669 includes gear, uniform, weapons, and the first black belt. Classes will be held at the Audie Murphy’s Community Center. Family discounts available. Child must be registered with CY&SS. Register at Parent Central Services office in Bldg. 470, Rm. 1126, 596-0238. GYMNASTICS & YOGA The SKIES Program is now offering gymnastics and yoga classes for youth. Gymnastics are open to children ages 18 months thru 18 yrs. and cost $42 per child/per month. Yoga is open to kids 9-18 yrs. old and cost $28 per child/per month. Class dates follow school year. Class times will be determined. For more information call 596-0200 or 596-0238. 45


YOUTH SPORTS COACH Make a difference in the life of a child and be a youth sports coach for the following sports: For more information call 596-0209. Spring Soccer – March - May Baseball/Softball – May - July Flag Football – Aug – Oct Fall Soccer – Aug - Oct Basketball – Nov – Feb Cheerleading – Nov - Feb / Aug - Oct Track & Field – March – May EDGE PROGRAM Volunteer Opportunities The EDGE Program is looking for enthusiastic, motivated volunteers to share their skills in sports, fitness, art, and adventure type activities. For more information call 596-0200. SCHOOL AGE SERVICES/ PIPPIN YOUTH TECHNOLOGY LAB The Technology lab is available for children grades 1 – 12 to utilize for homework, computer access, technology based programming. The lab is available and FREE to all children registered with Fort Leonard Wood Child, Youth & School Services before and after school and during open recreation hours. For more information call 596-7494. HIGH SCHOOL LOUNGE 596-0209 Grades 9-12 Mon-Thurs-2:30 pm - 7:00 pm Fri – 2:30 pm-9:00 pm Sat - Noon-10pm Computer Lab – Open

PIPPIN YOUTH CENTER 596-0209 Grades 6-8 Mon-Fri–2:30 pm - 7:00 pm Sat - Noon-10:00 pm OPEN REC Computer/Homework Lab

Non school weekdays open at noon except holidays. Located inside Pippin Youth Center INFORMATION TICKETING AND REGISTRATION (ITR) WORLD CLASS TRAVEL Discounted Tickets – Monday - Friday 8:00 am–5:00 pm Local/National Discount Tickets, Cruises, Book flights Bldg 490, (PX Mini Mall) (573) 329-TKTS Buy tickets online at www.mwrtickets.com ITR OFFICE OFFERS B&B THEATER GIFT CARDS B & B Theatre Gift Cards only $25 ($30 value). These Gift Cards make great gift and are good for any show, any time, even "NO PASS" Special Engagements, 3D and Concessions. NO EXPIRATION DATE! 46


BONANZA BINGO (24 number bingo) Single Player hand held device can be played at the Daugherty Bowling Center and Blackjack Bar & Grill. Payouts under $500 paid out directly to customer. Ask Staff for details! For more information call 596-1498.

PINEY VALLEY GOLF COURSE The Piney Valley Golf Course offers a 18 hole, par 72 golf course that runs through a beautiful valley along the Big Piney River. It also features a driving range, putting green, chipping area, pro shop, snack bar and golf lessons. Piney Valley also offers daily specials. Golf. Piney Valley Golf Course is located on FLW 26, off Water Intake Rd. For more information or tee time call 329-4770. Hours of operation: Piney Valley Golf Course is open Presidents Day thru November 30. Course is CLOSED from December 1 – February 17. PVGC Greens: Monday 10:00 am – Dusk /Tuesday – Sunday 7:00 am – Dusk PVGC Pro Shop: Monday: 10:00 am – Dusk / Tuesday – Sunday: 8;00 am – 6:00 pm

PVGC Sand wedge Eatery: Monday 10:00 am – 3:00 pm /Tuesday – Sunday 8:00 am – 3:00 pm *Limited menu after 3:00 pm

REC PLEX Red Plex offers a 18-hole miniature golf course, an outdoor pool complete with slide and a spray park, and a go kart track. The pool house also offers private rooms for birthday parties, Organizational Day, and Unit parties. For more information call 596-0843. MINI GOLF/GO KART FALL SEASON HOURS: 14 April – 27 May Thursday/Friday 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm Saturday/Sunday 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm REC PLEX & OUTDOOR POOLS 28 May – 3 September Monday-Sunday 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm September – 30 September Thursday/Friday 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm Saturday/Sunday 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm

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Blackjack Bar and Grill Tues Wed Thurs Fri – Sat

5:00 pm-10:00 pm 5:00 pm-11:00 pm 5:00 pm-10:00 pm 5:00 pm -1:00 am

BLACKJACK HAPPY HOUR Tuesday-Friday 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm and Saturday 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm$1.25 draft domestic beer, $5 Pitcher. Also receive 25% off nightly food special (prices reflect discount). KARAOKE WEDNESDAYS Mid Missouri Entertainment from 7:00 pm11:00 pm. FREE admission will be offered to all authorized patrons. For more information call 329-2455. DOMINOES & CARDS Blackjack Bar & Grill and Morelli Heights have dominoes & cards available for you at the bar. Just ask your server or bartender for them, enjoy your game and return when done. CIGAR BAR Beginning in April Blackjack Bar & Grill will be selling premium quality cigars at the lounge to be enjoyed on our comfortable patio bar area. Every Friday Black Jack Lounge will feature “Cigar of the Month “chosen by management, which will include one shot of brandy for $10. (Must be 21 & older to drink and 18 & older to smoke) For more information call 329-2455. MORALE CALL 1st Thursday of every month Blackjack Bar & Grill opens at 5:00 pm. Happy hours from 5:00 pm-7:00 pm. FREE appetizers! BLACKJACK LUNCH Serving Monday-Friday from 11:00 am-1:00 pm. Enjoy a relaxing lunch in an enjoyable environment. Open to the public.

MORELLI HEIGHTS BAR & GRILL Happy Hour Tues.-Thurs. 5:00 pm-7:00 pm / Fri.-Sat. 5:00 pm-10:00 pm $1.25 draft domestic beer, $5 pitcher. Also receive 25% off nightly food special (prices reflect discount).

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