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Fort Leonard Wood Missouri www.fortleonardwoodmwr.com


MWR Mission The mission of Your FMWR is to deliver quality choices in a welcoming environment that supports the well being of Service Members, Families, Retirees and Civilians.

MWR Vision Customer Driven Excellence....... Providing Premier Programs and Exemplary Services Always


Family & MWR Director / Mr. K. Wayne Bardell (573) 596-0118

Business Operations Division Chief / Mr. Anthony Labarre (573) 596-0076

Services and Support Division Chief / Ms. Kayleen Flores (573) 596-5367

Community Recreation Division Chief / Mr. Steve Richardson (573) 596-0241

Child, Youth & School Services Chief / Ms. Nancy Starnes (573) 596-0200


FMWR Functions

Services and Support

• NAF Financial Management • Training • NAF Major Construction (Requirements Determination) • Private Org • NAF Property Mgmt • Int Rev/Mgt Ctrls • NAF Supply, Warehouse & Maintenance • Unit Funds • Information Tech

Child Youth & School Services

• CDC • Family Child Care • School Age Services • Middles School & Teen • Training & Curriculum • EDGE • Parent & Outreach Services • HIRED • Youth Fitness & Sports • Summer Camps • School Liaison • SKIES

Community Recreation

• • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Sports & Fitness Entertainment Automotive Parks & Picnic Areas Library Arts & Crafts Rec Delivery Services BOSS Frame Shop Lake of the Ozarks Recreation Area Rec Plex Leisure Travel Outdoor Adventure Center Special Events

Business Operations

• Golf Opns • Community Centers • Bowling • Catering • Black Jack Bar & Grill • Morelli Heights Bar & Grill

Marketing

• Advertising • Commercial Sponsorship • Master Calendar • Market Analysis • Strategic Planning • Web / Social Media


ARTS & CRAFTS FRAME SHOP

(573) 596-0242

AUTO CRAFT SHOP

(573) 596-0243

BLACKJACK BAR & GRILL (PCC)

(573) 329-2563

BOSS

(573) 596-6912

BRUCE CLARKE LIBRARY

(573) 563-4113

CHILD, YOUTH and SCHOOL SERVICES

(573) 596-0200

CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER

(573) 596-0197

DAUGHERTY BOWLING CENTER

(573) 596-1498

DAVIDSON FITNESS CENTER

(573) 596-4359

FAMILY & MWR HEADQUARTERS

(573) 596-0118

INSTALLATION WIDE EVENTS

(573) 596-6913

ITR

(573) 329-TKTS

LORA

(573) 346-5640

MORELLI HEIGHTS BAR & GRILL

(573) 329-6005

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CENTER

(573) 596-4223

PERSHING COMMUNITY CENTER

(573) 596-2455

PINEY VALLEY GOLF COURSE

(573) 329-4770

PIPPIN YOUTH CENTER/TEEN LOUNGE

(573) 596-0209

REC PLEX

(573) 596-0843

SCHOOL AGE SERVICE

(573) 596-0239

SKIESUnlimited

(573) 596-0200

SPECKER GYM

(573) 596-7377

UNIT FUNDS

(573) 596-0162

YOUTH SPORT

(573) 596-0209


GARRISON COMMAND (INSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND)

Commander..(3200)....................................................3-4004 Deputy Commander....................................................3-4004 CSM.............................................................................3-5297 Secretary.....................................................................3-4004 CSM Admin Asst.........................................................3-5322 Admin Officer...............................................................3-5788 Adjutant General..(470).............................................. 6-2653 Opns Officer................................................................3-4007 Human Resource Asst................................................3-5967 CDR‘s Driver.............................................................. 3-5636 BOSS President..(1300)..............................................6-4398 EO Rep..(315).............................................................6-0602 Tasking NCO......................................................3-4005/5114 Fort Leonard Wood Regional Commerce Growth Association.................... (417) 533-5627 Fax...............................................................................3-4006 ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE, DIRECTORATE OF Director..(486)............................................................ 6-0212 Secretary.................................................................... 6-0212 Community Readiness Office……….......................... 6-0753 Mobilization, Deployment & Stability & Support Operations................................... 6-0212 Family Readiness Group Support Outreach .................................................................... 6-0212 Army Family Team Building (AFTB) .......................... 6-0212 Army Family Action Plan (AFAP)............................... 6-0212 Army Volunteer Corp (AVC) ...................................... 6-0212 Employment Readiness............................................. 6-0212 Financial Readiness................................................... 6-0212 Army Emergency Relief (AER) Information & Referral Number.................................. 6-0212 Relocation Readiness................................................ 6-0212 Soldier & Family Readiness……….............................6-0212 Family Advocacy Program (FAP) .............................. 6-0212 Victim Advocate Program (VAP) ............................... 6-0212 New Parent Support Program (NPSP) ...................... 6-0212 Sexual Assault Prevention & Response Program (SAPRP)..................................................... 6-0212 Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)……… 6-0212 SFAC..(470)................................................................ 6-0216 CHAPLAIN, OFFICE OF THE INSTALLATION Installation Chaplain..(6501)....................................... 6-2127 C, Plans, Ops Tng Chaplain........................................6-1038 Unit Ministry Team NCOIC..........................................6-3995 Chaplain Resource Manager.......................................6-1043 Funds Manager.......................................................... 6-2130 Director, Religious Education......................................6-0089 Admin Office................................................................6-2127 Widowed Support Office..............................................6-7367 Garrison Chaplain.......................................................6-4906

EMERGENCY SERVICES, DIRECTORATE OF EMERGENCY: 911 Director/Provost Marshal..(1000)............................... 6-0575 Administrative Assistant............................................. 6-0575 FAMILY AND MORALE, WELFARE AND RECREATION Director..(470)............................................................ 6-0118 Secretary.................................................................... 6-0118 Fax.......................................................................... 329-4545 Arts & Crafts Frame Shop..(490)…………………...… 6-0242 Auto Craft Shop..(1383)……………………………..… 6-0243 BlackJack Bar & Grill ..(4109)……………………… 329-2563 Boss Program..(1300)................................................ 6-6912 Business Operations Div..(470).………………............6-0076 Child, Youth & School Services ……………….….….. 6-0200 Child Dev Ctr..(615).................................................... 6-0197 Clarke Library ..(320)……………………………..…… 3-4113 Community Rec Div..(470)......................................... 6-0241 Commercial Sponsorship..(1000)............................... 6-0147 Daugherty Bowling Center ..(1609)…………………... 6-1498 Davidson Fitness Center..(1300)…….………………. 6-4359 Family Child Care..(470)............................................ 6-0185 Information, Tickets & Registration..(490)…………329-8587 Lake Ozark Recreation Area……………….... (573)346-5640 Morelli Heights Bar & Grill……………….…………. 329-6005 MWR Marketing..(1000)............................................. 6-0148 MWR Supply..(2347).................................................. 6-0173 Outdoor Adventure Center..(2290)…………………... 6-4223 Parent Central Service..(470).............................6-0238/0421 Pershing Community Center..(4109)……………… 329-2455 Piney Valley Golf Course………………………….. 329-4770 Pippin Youth Center ..(9625)…………………….…… 6-0209 Rec Plex..(604)……………………………………….... 6-0843 School Liaison Officer..(470)..............................6-0357/2050 School-Age Services..(564)........................................ 6-0239 Services & Support Div..(470).................................... 6-5367 SKIES..(7391)………………………………………….. 6-0200 Special Events..(1300)………………………………... 6-6913 Specker Gym..(1714)………………………………….. 6-7377 Unit Funds..(470)………………………………………. 6-0162 Warrior‘s Banquet/Catering..(4109).…................... 329-2910 Youth Sports............................................................... 6-2611


Colonel William Pfeffer Colonel William Pfeffer entered the Army as a Private First Class and was commissioned through the Officer Candidate School at Fort Benning, Georgia as a Field Artillery Officer in August 1987. Following airborne qualification, COL Pfeffer served as a Fire Support Team Chief (FIST), Ammunition Platoon Leader, Battery Executive Officer, and as a Battalion S2 in the 6th Battalion, 41st Field Artillery, Third Infantry Division with duty in Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Iraq during Operations DESERT SHIELD/DESERT STORM. Rebranched in 1991 to military intelligence and graduating from the Military Intelligence Center and School, COL Pfeffer served as the Executive Officer of Detachment S, U.S. Foreign Intelligence Activity (1992-1993) and as a Troop Commander in the Washington D.C. area. After attendance at the Command and General Staff College, COL Pfeffer served as the Deputy G2 of the Southern European Task Force (SETAF) in Vicenza, Italy with duty in the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) and Bosnia, later serving as the Executive Officer of the 165th MI BN (TE), V Corps, USAREUR. Returning to CONUS, COL Pfeffer served at U.S. Special Operations Command as an Intelligence Operations Officer, Geospatial Imagery Division Chief, Operations Chief and as Deputy Director of the Interagency Task Force within the Center for Special Operations at McDill AFB, Florida. Colonel Pfeffer served as the Assistant Chief of Staff, G2, at U.S. Army Africa / SETAF (9th U.S. Army) from July 2010 to June 2012. COL Pfeffer commanded the 319th MI Battalion, 525th Battlefield Surveillance Brigade, Fort Bragg from 2006-2009, deploying with the battalion during OIF 07-09 as Task Force Tracker. Following command, he served as the Task Force Bragg Operations Officer (G3 Ops Chief) for the XVIII Airborne Corps prior to attendance at the Army War College. COL Pfeffer is currently serving as the Garrison Commander, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Colonel Pfeffer is a graduate of the U.S. Army Basic Training Course at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri; the Officer Candidate School; the Field Artillery Officer Basic Course; the Basic Parachute Course; the Military Intelligence Transition, Advanced and Counterintelligence Courses; the Combined Arms Staff School; the Command and General Staff College, the Joint and Combined Warfighting School, and the Army War College. His civilian and advanced degrees include a Bachelor of Arts degree in Classical Humanities from Miami University (Ohio), a Master of Education degree in University Administration from the University of Vermont and a Master of Strategic Studies from the Army War College at Carlisle Barracks, PA. COL Pfeffer‘s decorations include the Bronze Star (1OLC), the Defense Meritorious Service Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal (4OLC), the Army Commendation Medal (1OLC), the Joint Meritorious Unit Award (1OLC), the Valorous Unit Award, the National Defense Service Medal, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal and the NATO Medal. His skill badges include the Air Crewmember and Parachutist badges.


CSM Jerry F. Faulk Command Sergeant Major Jerry F. Faulk entered the Army in August 1982. He completed basic training and advanced individual training at Fort Bliss, Texas. His previous assignments include; 3rd Battalion, (Airborne) 4th Air Defense Artillery Regiment, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; HHB, 3rd Battalion (ABN) 4th ADAR, Fort Bragg, North Carolina where he served his first 11 years. Schofield Barracks, Hawaii; Camp Lincoln, Springfield, Illinois; 5th Battalion, 5th ADAR, Camp Stanley, Korea; 3rd Battalion (ABN) 4th ADAR, Fort Bragg, North Carolina; Headquarters and Headquarters Company, Joint Readiness Training Center, Fort Polk, Louisiana; Headquarters USA TRADOC, Fort Monroe, Virginia; 108th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, Fort Bragg, NC. The 1st Battalion 44th Air Defense Artillery (Air Missile Defense) Fort Hood, TX; 69th Air Defense Artillery Brigade (Rear) Command Sergeant Major. He is currently the Command Sergeant Major for Phantom Command, III Corps Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion. CSM Faulk‘s military and civilian education includes the following courses: Basic and Advance Noncommissioned Officer, First Sergeant, Battle Staff, Basic Airborne, Combat Life Saver, Jump Master, Master Marksmanship, SINCGARS Operator, Nuclear/ Biological and Chemical Defense, Air Movement, Transport/ Hazardous Material, Light Leader, Air Assault, Drop Zone Support Team Leader, Total Army Instructor Training , Small Group Instructor, Battle Focus Instructor, Manpads, Rappel Master, Pathfinder Avenger, Anti– Terrorism Force Protection, Unit Victim Advocate, Inspector General, Maneuver Control Course and Pre-Command and Command Sergeants Major Course. CSM Faulk is a graduate of the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy (Class 58), Fort Bliss, Texas. He Holds an Associate‘s Degree in Administrative Management and a Bachelors of Science in Psychology from Excelsior College. His awards and decorations include Meritorious Service Medal (7 OLC), Army Accommodation Medal, (9 OLC), Army Achievement Medal (6 OLC), Army Good Conduct Medal (9th Award), National Defense Service Medal (w/Bronze Star), Korean Defense Service Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Southwest Asian Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, NCO Professional Development (w/Numeral 4), Army Service Ribbon, Overseas Service Ribbon (w/Numeral 2), Saudi Arabia Kuwait Liberation Medal, Kuwait Liberation Medal, Driver / Mechanic Badge, Master Parachutist Badge, Air Assault Badge, Pathfinder Badge and the German Parachutist Badge. CSM Faulk is also a member of Ancient Order of Saint Barber as well a member of the coveted SGT Audie Murphy Club. CSM Faulk has served on numerous combat deployments.


Authorized Patrons • Active duty & retired military personnel and Families • Veterans with 100% service-connected disability & honorably discharged • Active reserve components & Families (to include Selected and Ready Reserves; Coast Guard, National Guard, Delayed Entry/Delay Training recruits; reservists on annual training) • Department of Defense (DoD) appropriated and nonappropriated fund civilian employees (including Army and Air Force Exchange Service) and their Families • DoD contractor employees or technical representatives (family members of DoD contractors may use MWR facilities as guests of their authorized sponsors)


•1903 Congress authorized the Army to build, operate, and maintain PXs, libraries, schools, recreation centers, and gyms for the troops. •1918 Army Morale Division was established. •1941 creation of the ―Special Services.‖ •1943 Special Services encompassed all of Army Recreation

Services, the Army Exchange (the precursor to the Army and Air Force Exchange [AAFES]), and the Army Soldier Show. •1968 Youth Activities Program was established. •1971 Outdoor Recreation Program was begun. •1981 The first Family Advocacy Program was established. •1984 Community & Family Support Center (CFSC) established. •2006 CFSC became the Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation Command (FMWRC). •2011 FMWRC became the Installation Management Command G9 (IMCOM). 1918 Dr. Fosdick (Presidential Appointee) wrote, "Morale is as important as ammunition and is just as legitimate a charge against the public treasury.”


The Army Family Covenant

We recognize the commitment and increasing sacrifices that our Families are making every day. We recognize the strength of our Soldiers comes from the strength of their Families. We are committed to providing Soldiers and Families a Quality of Life that is commensurate with their service. We are committed to providing our Families a strong, supportive environment where they can thrive. We are committed to building a partnership with Army Families that enhances their strength and resilience. We are committed to improving Family readiness by: •Standardizing and funding existing Family programs and services. •Increasing accessibility and quality of healthcare. •Improving Soldier and Family housing. •Ensuring excellence in schools, youth services, and child care. •Expanding education and employment opportunities for Family members.


EMPLOYEE COVENANT: Taking care of our customers begins with taking care of you, our employees. We are committed to providing a strong, supportive environment where you can thrive. To that end, we promise to position our employees for success with:  A robust orientation to welcome you to the Family and MWR team.  Clear performance standards for service excellence.  Formal and informal training to develop your skills.  A holistic program of recognition and incentives to reward excellent service.  Career development opportunities to reach your full potential.

CUSTOMER COVENANT: We are committed to providing quality through service excellence to our Soldiers and Families commensurate with the quality of their service to our Nation. We understand that we create value for our customers through predictable, consistent, efficient and customer focused services. To that end, we promise our customers they will:  Always be respected and treated as individuals who are valued.  Received a prompt and friendly greeting in a professional and courteous manner.

 Experience aesthetically-pleasing facilities.  Receiving timely, accurate and helpful information.  Be offered high quality products and services.  Have an opportunity to provide feedback.


Arts & Crafts Frame Shop Bldg 490 (PX Mini Mall) (573) 596-0242 Monday - Friday – 10:00am – 6:00pm CLOSED : Sat/Sun/Holidays

•Custom Matting & Framing •Self Framing •Instructional Classes •Engraving Let the Family & MWR Arts & Crafts Frame Shop capture your memories, preserve your life special moments and create personalized gifts and awards for personal or professional your co-workers, friends and family will treasure! FRAME 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, cover frame joinery, mounting techniques, and frame closures. Cost for class is $20 plus supplies, includes safety gear and frame shop card that allows you to access the selfhelp area. 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. INSTRUCTIONALCLASSES From drawing to photography, the Arts & Crafts Frame Shop offers instructional classes throughout the year. Call the shop or check out upcoming classes online! ENGRAVING The Arts & Crafts Frame Shop now offers engraving. Let the them capture your memories and expressions. This is great for gifts, awards, promotions, birthdays, and weddings! SILENT AUCTION The Arts & Crafts Frame Shop hosts various silent auctions. Stop by the Arts & Crafts Frame Shop and submit your silent bid to win one of the wonderful pieces of artwork!

Program Manager: Bernie Riker


1383 Nebraska Ave 573 596-0243 Mon, Wed, Thur & Fri 11:00 am-7:00 pm Sat, Sun & Holidays 10:00 am-6:00 pm Closed Tuesdays 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. Self Help: Self Help Car Bays have the following available: overhead engine crane, floor jacks, cherry pickers, jack stands, creepers, transmission jacks, parts washers, air hose connections, a complete line of metric and standard tools, a tire mounting and demounting machine, air hose connections, and a drive-on lift rack, lifts to enable you to change oil and filters and lubricate chassis with air and hand powered grease guns, and a cut-off saw. Full Service: Shop personnel work on customers vehicles on a fee for service basis. Services offered include but not limited to: Brake Service Cooling System Service Lemon Inspections

Oil Changes Tire Rotation & Balancing Safety/Pre-Travel Inspections

Transmission Service Trouble Shooting State Inspections

Storage Lot: Spots available to store vehicles, monthly storage fees apply. Pre-Owned Lot: Whether you‘re buying or selling, the FMWR Pre-owed Sales Lot is where you want to start. Lot is open daily with 24hr access to view vehicles. Car Wash: The coin operated car wash features hot soap wash, hot wax, hot rinse, tire cleaner, engine degreaser, foam brush and vacuum cleaners.

Program Manager: Darrin Davis


Better Opportunity for Single Service Members Bldg 1000 S. Dakota Ave 573 596-6912 Office Hours Mon - Fri 7:30 am-4:30 pm What is BOSS? The Better Opportunities for Single Service Members (BOSS) Program supports the overall quality of single Service Members' lives. BOSS identifies real Service Member well being issues and concerns by recommending improvements through the chain of command. BOSS encourages and assists single Service Members in identifying and planning for recreational and leisure activities. Additionally, it gives single Service Members the opportunity to participate in and contribute to their respective communities. BOSS is a demonstration of the chain of command's commitment to single Service Members. Mission: To continually progress and improve the quality of life for single Service Members on Fort Leonard Wood. To provide and participate in social, recreational, and educational events, to participate in community service projects, to voice concerns and issues on quality of life, and to be involved with leadership developing activities. Who can be a member of BOSS? If you are in one of the following categories and are assigned as permanent party or are on temporary duty at Fort Leonard Wood, then BOSS is for you. Single Service Member – ALL Branches Geographically Single Soldier

Single Parent Foreign Service

Three BOSS Components: Quality of Life: Support the overall well being for single Service Members. Morale, living environment, or personal growth and development. Recreation: Recreation and leisure activities may be planned solely by the BOSS council or in conjunction with other MWR activities. Community Service: Participate in community programs or projects, which make a difference in the lives of others, the community, and ultimately, them.

Program Manager: Eli Wilson


BlackJack Bar & Grill Bldg. 4109, Piney Hills Dr. (573) 329-2455 Hours of Operation: Lunch Buffet: Mon-Fri 11:00 am -1:00 pm Tues-Thur 5:00 pm- 9:00 pm Fri – Sat 5:00 pm -11:00 pm Open Sunday & Monday during Football Closed Holidays The BlackJack Bar & Grill is your neighborhood get-a-way. If you're looking for a place to relax and have fun with a casual atmosphere, then the BlackJack Bar & Grill is for you. Open for dining and drinks Tuesday through Saturday, plus a pool table and darts, the best dance tunes and several Big screen TV's to catch up on your favorite teams. While you're there, enjoy dinner from "The Grill" with entrees, salads, sandwiches, appetizers, and many other selections. BLACKJACK LUNCH Serving Monday-Friday from 11:00 am-1:00 pm. Enjoy a relaxing lunch in an enjoyable environment. Open to the public. BLACKJACK HAPPY HOUR Tuesday-Friday 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm and Saturday 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm KARAOKE WEDNESDAYS 7:00 pm-11:00 pm. No Cover Charge DOMINOES & CARDS Ask your server or bartender & enjoy your game CIGAR BAR Enjoy premium quality cigars on our comfortable patio bar area. Bldg 3210 Morelli Heights Lodging Tues-Sat 5:00pm-10:00pm Featuring a Bar & Grill, patio, fireplace, pool table, and great food and beverages. Ask about our Designated Driver Program


Bruce Clarke Library 597 MANSCEN Loop, Bldg. 3202

Bruce C. Clarke Library is part of the MSCoE Complex. The library is situated on The corner of First Street & Nebraska Avenue. www.wood.army.mil/library

The Children's Library hours: Monday - Thursday 1000 - 1300 & 1500 - 1700 Sat & Sun 1200 – 1600 The Media Zone Hours : Monday - Thursday 1200 - 1400 & 1600 - 1745 Saturday & Sunday 1200 - 1600 Effective 5 March 2012 The hours of operation for the Community Library will be changing to: Monday - Thursday 1000 - 1800 Saturday & Sunday 1000 - 1700 CLOSED Fridays and Holidays

Comprehensive services available to the entire Fort Leonard Wood community. The general public is welcome to use materials in the library, but a government ID card is required for borrowing & free computer usage (bring paper for printing).

Program Manager: Joyce Waybright


Child,Youth & School Services 470 Replacement Ave (573) 596-0200

Office Hours Mon - Fri 7:30 am-4:30 pm Fort Leonard Wood (FLW) Child, Youth & School Services is a community-based effort to coordinate comprehensive services for children and youth of eligible personnel living on and off the installation. Functions: • Child Development Services – Bldg 470 Replacement Ave o Child Development Center – Bldg 615 Replacement Ave o Hourly Care o Family Child Care Programs • School Age Services – Bldg 616 Replacement Ave o Before & After School Care o Full Day Care o Hourly Care o Summer Camps • Youth Services – 9625 Young St o Middle School and Teen Program o Youth Sports o Youth Development o Summer Camps o Partnerships • Parent and Outreach Services – Bldg 470 Replacement Ave o Parent Central Services o School Liaison Services o SKIES Unlimited o Outreach Services o Youth Education o HIRED! / EDGE!

Division Chief: Nancy Starnes


CYS Services Facility / Manager • • • • • • • •

Child Development Center/ Sue Fellner Williams Family Child Care / Cheryl Freeman HIRED! / Stephanie Polite School Age Services / Debbie Porter School Liaison / Carrie Bradke SKIES! / Patricia Garcia Parent Central Services / Venetia Mayer Pippin Youth Center/ Andrea Ogle

Phone (573) 596-0197 (573) 596-0185 (573) 596-0209 (573) 596-0239 (573) 596-0200 (573)596-0200 (573) 596-0238 (573) 596-0209

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 (90-179 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. 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. 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.


Bowling Center Hours Sun-Thur 10:30am-10pm Fri-Sat 10:30am-12am Holidays 10:30am-10pm Strike Zone Hours Sun- Thur 10:30am-9:30pm Friday 10:30am – 11:30pm

• 40 Lanes • Leagues • Birthday Parties • Kids Adventure Zone • Game Room • X-treme Bowling • Bumper Bowling • Tournaments • Strike Zone Restaurant

Program Manager: Donna Quipp

Bldg. 1609, S. Dakota Ave 596-1498/ 329-2477


Information,Tickets & Registration World Class Travel Bldg 490 (PX Mini Mall) 573 329-8587 www.mwrtickets.com • ITR is your 1-STOP SHOP for discount Tickets! • National Attractions • Disney • Universal Studios • Sea World • Busch Gardens

• Local Attractions • Six Flags • Silver Dollar City • White Water • St Louis

• Branson Attractions • Horseback Riding • Float Trips • Zip Lines • B & B Movie Theaters

• World Class Travel — Is a full-service travel agency specializing in military rates for airfare, hotels, cruises and tour packages. However, we are open to the general public so we can help everyone find the best deal for you and your family. We will quote you the lowest fares available. • Book Cruises, Flights, Cars & Package Tours •Sporting

Events •Rams / Chiefs Tickets (attractions and lodging) are based on contracts that are / Royals negotiated by the United States Army Family •Cardinals & Morale, Welfare and •Blues Recreation on behalf of the military communities. Special rates are available to all members of the military •Discount communities toMovie include:Tickets Active Duty, Retirees, Active Reserve and National Guard, DoD Civilians and •Waynesville family members. •Lebanon Although certain attractions offer a "military discount" at the gate, only tickets purchased through your ITR office are tax free and guaranteed to go back to the Soldier through the Family & MWR Program.

Program Manager: Jane Weixelbaum


Lake of the Ozarks Recreation Area Linn Creek, MO 573 346-5640 Office Hours Daily: 9:00 am-5:00 pm LORA is a great place to get away from all the worries of the everyday life. Enjoy camping, boating, swimming, water skiing, fishing and other outdoor activities at Missouri's scenic playground, the Lake of the Ozarks. LORA is located 50 miles Northeast of Fort Leonard Wood on the Grand Glaize arm of the Lake of the Ozarks. The lake is one of the nation's largest man-made lakes, giving you over 1300 miles of shoreline to enjoy.

• 50 miles from post • Cabins • Duplexes • Campsites • RV Hook Up • Boats / Jet Skis • Skiing & Fishing Equipment • Boat Slips/Dry Storage • Country Store • Beach • Picnic Pavilions LORA welcomes Active Duty Military, Retired Military, Members of the National Guard and Reserves, DoD Employees with ID cards, Family Members and Fort Leonard Wood Contract Employees.

Program Manager: LuChrisa White


Bldg. 2290, FLW K 596-4223

OPEN DAILY: 10:00am – 6:00pm The outdoor recreation program provides recreation activities and instruction for our patrons. It offers diverse, healthful, vigorous, and comprehensive outdoor recreation programs while helping conserve and protected wildlife, forests, wetlands, and other natural resources. The Fort Leonard Wood Outdoor Adventure Center offers a long list of outdoor recreation equipment for rent at modest per-day rates. This is your one-stop shop for all your recreation needs.

• Hunting & Fishing • Resale Operations • RV Campers Rentals • Boats / Canoes / Rafts • Paintball Field & Equipment • Trap & Skeet / Archery • Fishing Derbies • Stables • Climbing Wall • Bounce Rooms • Park Reservations

Program Manager: Wadeana Porrett


Pershing Community Center Building 4109, Piney Hills Dr. (573) 329-2455 Office Hours Mon - Fri 7:30 am-4:30 pm The Pershing Community Center (PCC) is available for catered events, special events, training and classes. It offers a variety of rooms for your personal or professional functions. PCC also features Blackjack Bar and Grill, a nice neighborhood bar complete with dining operations. •New Comers Orientations •Community Information Briefs •Wedding Receptions •Rehearsal Dinners •Hail and Farewells •Holiday Luncheons •Promotion Parties •Retirement Parties •Dances/Balls •Graduation Dinners •Award Banquets

The catering coordinator can assist you in selecting appetizers, entrees, Desserts and beverages to meet your tastes and budget.

Program Manager: Scotty Reed


Piney Valley Golf Course FLW 26 (off Water Intake Dr.) (573) 329-4770

SEASONAL: President‘s Day Weekend – November 30 PVGC Greens & Pro Shop: Monday 10:00 am – DUSK Tues – Sun 7:00 am – DUSK Holidays 7:00 am – DUSK Sandwedge Eatery: Mon-Fri 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Sat, Sun & Hol 8:00 am – 3:00 pm Limited menu after 3pm

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. Piney Valley Golf Course is a full amenity course featuring: Retail Items: The pro shop sells a wide variety of top brand equipment, clothing and supplies at very reasonable prices. Repair Service: Our repair service offers re-gripping, shaft replacement and fitting. We will special order grips and shafts to your specifications. Driving Range: You can practice your lessons, perfect your swing and warm up at our driving range. Range ball machine tokens can be purchased one at a time; or you can purchase a discount multi-bucket punch card.

Putting & Chipping Area: A putting practice green and a chipping area, complete with sand bunker, are available at no charge. Lessons: Whether you are a beginner or an experienced golfer, lessons can help shave strokes off your game. Lessons are available for individuals and groups. 9 hole lessons and package deals are also available

Program Manager: Georgie Trotter

www.fortleonardwoodmwr.com


Pippin Youth Center (573) 596-0209 Bldg. 9625 ,Young Street

School Year Hours Monday-Thursday 2:30pm-7:00pm

Summer Hours Monday-Thursday 12:00pm-7:00pm

Friday 2:30pm-8:00pm (Middle School) 2:30pm-9:00pm (High School)

Friday 12:00pm-8:00pm (Middle School) 12:00pm-9:00pm (High School)

Saturday 12:00pm-8:00pm (Middle School) 12:00pm-10:00pm (High School)

Saturday 12:00pm-8:00pm (Middle School) 12:00pm-10:00pm (High School)

The Youth Center offers a wide range of activities for youth 6th-12th grade. Activities include Boys & Girls Club programming, 4-H programming, group clubs, homework/computer lab activities, day-trips and camps. The High School Lounge offers a variety of after-school, evening and week-end activities for 9th-12th graders. Teens can participate in group clubs, planned activities or relax on the sofas and play the gaming systems. The High School Lounge plans lock-ins, trips and tournaments for area teens

All youth must be registered with CYS Services prior to participating. Call Parent Central Services at 573 596-0238

Program Manager: Andrea Ogle


Recreational Complex Bldg. 604, Constitution Ave (573) 596-0843

MINI GOLF/GO KART: SEASONAL / HOURS VARY April - September

WALLACE POOL/SPLASH PARK SEASONAL / HOURS VARY Memorial Day – Labor Day Rec Plex offers a 18-hole miniature golf course, an outdoor pool complete with slide and splash park, and a go kart track. Mini Golf This 23,000 sq ft Miniature Golf Course features 18 holes of challenging and exciting obstacles with a waterfall as the main centerpiece. Mini Golf is open to the public. Go Kart Youth and adults will be able to enjoy the Family & MWR Go Kart Track this summer. The Go-Kart track offers a thousand linear foot track with many challenging twists, turns and high bank curves. The capability to have 12 karts racing at once creates a heart stopping racing experience for all ages! Plus a grandstand area for viewing. Wallace Outdoor Pool Olympic sized outdoor pool with a 50 foot water slide. Pool parties swimming lessons and life guard certification are available. Splash Park Zero Entry with hoses, buckets and more for the little ones. Pool Parties Book your next celebration at one of our pools. Dive into fun - 3 pools to choose from! The pool house also offers party rooms for your Birthdays, Organizational Days, and Unit parties. Passes: Purchase Individual or Family / Day or Annual Passes for summer fun. Ask one of our Rec Plex Team Members for more information.

Program Manager: Chloe Williams


Services & Support Division 470 Replacement Ave (573) 596-5367

Office Hours Mon - Fri 7:30 am-4:30 pm Provides financial oversight for both APF and NAF budgets providing guidance and assistance in all aspects of the budgeting process. Serves as the functional proponent within the directorate on matters relating to property management and internal controls. Also, serving as the functional proponent within the directorate on matters relating to customer relations, marketing, and commercial sponsorship. Functions: • Advertising / Marketing • APF/NAF Financial Management • Commercial Sponsorship • Customer Relations Programs • Internal Review/Management Controls • Lean Six Sigma Process • NAF Maintenance • NAF Major Construction • NAF Property Management • NAF Supply Operation • Private Organizations • Program Management • Public Private Ventures • Safety / Security • Strategic Planning • Training • Unit Funds

Division Chief: Kay Flores


Bldg 7391 Buckeye Ave 573 596-0200

The name SKIESUnlimited is an acronym for the School of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration, and Skills. This program can offer Unlimited possibilities for Army children and youth. SKIESUnlimited offers instructional programs for children and youth ranging from four weeks old to 18 years. Through SKIESUnlimited, children and youth have equal access to opportunities to expand their knowledge, inspire them, allow them to explore, and acquire new skills. There is no question that military-connected children and youth face special challenges, and Army Child, Youth & School (CYS) Services believes that the developmental benefits from participating in SKIESUnlimited are significant. Instructional programs touch every aspect of child and youth development: physical, cognitive, emotional and social. Research shows that during the critical hours of 3-8 p.m., children participating in instructional programs are less likely to engage in undesirable behavior. Register: Participants must be registered with Child, Youth & School (CYS) Services. Call 573-596-0238/0421 or drop by CYS Services Parent Central Services office located inside Bldg 470, Suite 1126, 7:30 am-4:30 pm Monday- Friday. Want to be a SKIESUnlimited instructor? SKIESUnlimited is recruiting community members like you! Share your knowledge and skills and earn extra money in your spare time. Expand the horizons of children and youth in the Fort Leonard Wood community. Please contact the SKIESUnlimited coordinator at 596-0200 if you are interested in working as an independent contractor with the SKIESUnlimited program.

Program Manager: Patricia Garcia


Sports, Fitness & Aquatics 1300 S. Dakota Ave 573 596-4359 HOURS Monday – Friday Sat/Sun & Hol

5:00 am – 8:00 pm 8:00 am – 4:00pm

Davidson Fitness Center Bldg. 1300, S. Dakota Ave. (573) 596-4359

Specker Gym Bldg. 1714 Cooley Ave. (573) 596-7377

Davidson Fitness Center: DFC is a state of-the-art facility that provides fitness equipment and programs for the entire family. The 64,000-square-foot facility has basketball, racquetball and volleyball courts; an indoor 25-meter swimming pool; an elevated indoor running track; Nautilus and free weights, cardiovascular equipment, six locker rooms, towel service and equipment check-out. Group fitness classes are offered daily at a variety of times. Personal Trainer Program is available to provide one-on-one consultation and guidance. Authorized patrons can purchase recreational Swim passes. Davidson Fitness Center now offers "Insight Child Care" - a play area to entertain your child while you exercise - (no attendant) child MUST be in the parent/guardian's line of sight at all times. DFC is not responsible for the care of the children at the center, they MUST be with parent or guardian. Insight Child Care is available during all hours of operation. Specker Gym: The 17,000-square-foot facility has a premier weight-training center with Hammer Strength equipment, free weights, cardio vascular equipment, two racquetball courts, equipment issue service, and three locker rooms. • 10 Softball Fields • 8 Soccer Fields • 2 Lighted Baseball Field • Tennis Courts • Football Field • Outdoor Track • Batting Cages • Intramurals • Equipment Issue • Basketball Courts

Program Manager: Eli Wilson

• Racquetball Courts • Volleyball Courts • Co-ed Sauna • Personal Trainers • Aerobic Classes • Indoor Track • Nautilus Equipment • Pools/ 25M Indoor Pool • 2 Outdoor Pools

• Insight Child Care


Youth Sports & Fitness Bldg. 9625, Young St. (573) 596-0209 Spring Soccer – March to May Flag Football – Aug to Oct Basketball – Nov to Feb Track & Field – March to May

Baseball/Softball – May to July Fall Soccer – Aug to Oct Cheerleading – Aug to Oct / Nov to Feb

CYS Services YS&F programs follow guidelines provided by the National Alliance for Youth Sports (NAYS). It is the goal of this program to offer a range of positive sports and fitness program options and environments. These programs encompass a variety of safe and supervised activities that: Foster the development of leadership, sportsmanship, and teamwork. Offer children and youth opportunities to build skills and feel competent in both competitive and non-competitive situations. Empower children and youth to achieve self-confidence. Enhance or reinforce learning opportunities for children and youth through individual and group activities. Instill values associated with the pursuit of sports, fitness, and health activities in adulthood, particularly self-discipline, persistence, and decision-making. Reduce the likelihood of situations and behaviors that put children and youth at risk. Provide a variety of opportunities for parental and command involvement. Minimize parental lost duty time related to youth misconduct. Promote positive attitudes and reinforce Army core values. Interested in Registration? To register your child for Youth Sports & Fitness, please visit Parent Central Services in Bldg. 470, Room 1126, or call (573) 596 - 0238. CYS is a proud partner with Boys & Girls Club of America (BGCA). As such, we promote the BGCA Core Beliefs that all children should have: • A safe place to learn and grow. • On-going relationships with caring, adult professionals. • Life-enhancing programs and character development experiences. • Hope and opportunity. The goal of the BGCA Sports, Fitness, and Recreation Core Program Area is to develop fitness, positive use of leisure time, skills for stress management, appreciation for the environment and social skills.

Program Manager: Ben Gravlin


FMWR Smart Book 2013  

Information regarding Fort Leonard Wood Family & MWR facilities & programs.

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