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Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation Bldg. 253 253 253 253 253 253 253

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Child Care,Youth Sports & Activities

10 Parent Enrichment

Classes & Workshops for Parents

12 ACS

Have a problem? We’re here to help!

Child, Youth & School Services Coordinator Parent Central Youth Sports Outreach Services Family Child Care School Liaison Officer 1st Division CDC Kids-on-Site Child Care Warren CDC Forsyth CDC Forsyth East CDC Whitside CDC Warren East CDC Middle School & Teen Center School Age Services SKIES

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Business Operations Business Operations Chief Rally Point Bingo Custer Hill Bowling Center Custer Hill Golf Course Riley’s Conference Center Habanero Warrior Zone


Recreation Chief BOSS President Outdoor Recreation Arts & Crafts USO Auto Skills Library Leisure Travel Center

Sports & Fitness Sports Director King Field House Leonard Fitness Center Long Fitness Center Eyster Swimming Pool Main Post Pool Custer Hill Pool Robinson Fitness Center Craig Fitness Center

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Director Deputy Director Asst. Director for Family Programs Fax Admin. & Operations Marketing Financial Mgmt NAF

Paintball, Skeet & Trap & Marina

14 Riley’s Conference Center Catering Service & Event Hosting

Family & MWR Headquarters 253 Cameron Ave. Main Post Fort Riley, KS 66442 785-239-3467

Produced by the MWR Marketing Department: Marketing Manager Chris Dumler Graphic Designer Tanya Gonzalez Marketing Assistant Carla Hesley Marketing Assistant Doug Magill Commercial Sponsorship Coordinator Dawn McCarthy Commercial Sponsorship Coordinator Meredith Storm Cover Photo Contest Winner Photo taken by: Zachary Pollock

16 Custer Hill Golf Course Golf Lessons & Driving Range

18 Warrior Zone

Monthly BBQs & Release Parties


Events & Meeting Information

22 Arts & Crafts Center Woodshop, Framing & Crafts

25 Automotive Skills Center Car Wash, Auto Classes & Towing

26 Rally Point Bingo

Family Bingo & Comedy Shows

27 Habanero

Breakfast & Lunch

28 Custer Hill Bowling Center Pro Shop, Daily Specials & Lounge

31 Special Events

Soldier Show & Titan Fight

31 Library

Movie Night & Children’s Parties

32 Leisure Travel Center

Trip Planning & Discounted Tickets

To advertise in this quarterly publication: Contact the Commercial Sponsorship Coordinators at 785-239-8161.

35 Community Events

The Family & MWR Guide is an authorized, official quarterly magazine for Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation activities within Fort Riley. Contents are not necessarily the official views of or endorsed by the U.S. Government, the Department of Defense, or the Fort Riley Command. Printed circulation is 11,000. The appearance of advertising in this publication does not constitute endorsement by the Department of the Army or the Fort Riley Morale, Welfare, and Recreation Fund. Everything advertised shall be made available for purchase, use or patronage without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, physical handicap, political affiliation, or any other non-merit factor on the purchaser, user or patron. If a violation or rejection of this equal opportunity is confirmed, MWR shall refuse to accept advertising from that source until the violation is corrected. The information in this issue is current at time of publication.

Sports, Fitness & Aquatics

Activities and events are subject to change. For confirmation, please call the host facility or program.

See what is happening off post!

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Directory of Advertisers:

CenturyLink AA Self Storage Quantico Tactical Little Apple Toyota/Honda Rolling Hills Wildlife USA Discounters Holm Automotive Kansas State University Meritrust Briggs Harris Jewelry Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Commissary Exchange Smart Lipo Champions Car & Truck Wash Komplete ADR USAA Sprint

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1806 BUFFALO SOLDIER DR. 785-239-2363/6368


We offer a wide variety of tents, campers, trailers, boats, bikes, camping items, inflatable bounce houses and much more.

SKEET & TRAP INTRODUCTORY CLINIC Jun-Aug Learn the basics of sport shooting by trying your hand at Skeet and Trap. Rental gun, ammo, ear protection and eye protection is included in the fee. Dates and times are by appointment only.

FAMILY CLIMB TIME Jun 21 & Jul 19, 2-4pm Outdoor Recreation and Craig Fitness Center are teaming up to offer you an exciting escape from your regular routine. Trained staff will belay while you, your Family, and your friends climb on the wall. Climbers must be at least 10 years of age.

PAINTBALL OPEN PLAY Jun-Aug, Sat & Sun Noon-3pm Personal Equipment: $10 per Person Rental Equipment: $13 per Person Grab your teammates, friends, or Family members for open shooting at the Outdoor Recreation Paintball arena. It is required to use our field grade paintballs. Participants must be 13 years of age or older. Anyone age 13-17 must have a parent/guardian sign a waiver and be present at all times during play. Minimum 6 people required to play.

SUMMER BLAST PAINTBALL SHOOTOUT Jun 22; $25 per person Let’s celebrate the beginning of summer with a little paintball action! Sign up your teams or sign up individually. All equipment and supplies are provided or utilize your own equipment. Must be 13 years of age or older to participate.

IRON MAN SHOOT Jun 1, 10am-3pm; $75 per person Who will claim the title of Best Sport Shooter on Fort Riley? You will need to bring your A Game, energy drinks/coffee and a well-padded shooting vest. This competition will consist of 12 rounds, 300 targets and take as much determination as you can muster. Ammo not provided.

FAMILY CANOE TRIP Jun 29 & Aug 10, 10am-1pm $15 per person Settle in, relax and enjoy a leisurely trip in one of Kansas’ local bodies of water. Grab your friends and Families, pack a lunch and join our staff for some fun in the sun. The destination will be based on current water levels and accessibility. CAMP FUNS-TOWN PAINTBALL SHOOTOUT Jul 13, 10am-3pm; Free Fourth of July is all about the fireworks, but the 6th of July is all about Paintball!

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE DAY Jul 27, 10am-3pm; Free Join us for a day of exciting Family Fun at the Outdoor Recreation Center. This will be a one-of-a-kind experience as we introduce Fort Riley Soldiers and Families to our new paintball course.You will be able to try out our artificial climbing wall, while the kids jump around in the inflatable bounce houses. MASTER BLASTER PAINTBALL SHOOTOUT Aug 17; $25 per person Two teams enter, one team leaves! Will your team be declared masters of the Thunderdome? All equipment and supplies are provided. Must be 13 years of age or older. KANSAS BOATER’S SAFETY COURSE Aug 22, 5:30-9:30pm (Classroom) Aug 24, 8:30am-3:30pm (Marina) $5 per person The Kansas Boaters Card is required to rent or operate a motorized boat at the Fort Riley Marina. Pre-registration is required for all activities. For more information, or to register, call 785-239-2363.

RANGE 34 VINTON SCHOOL RD. 785-239-9058

Fri, 11am-6pm; Sat & Sun,10am-5pm (Weather Permitting) The Fort Riley Skeet & Trap Range is the perfect facility to polish and practice your shooting skills. Bring your own gun or borrow a range gun at no charge. 4 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation

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7112 HIGHWAY 82 785-463-LAKE/785-307-3798 FRI & MON, 11AM-7PM; SAT-SUN, 7AM-8PM The Marina is located on Milford Lake and has over 20 watercrafts available for rent including pontoons, fishing boats, jet skis, and ski boats. The Marina has pavilions for rent, a playground, and boat slips for easy access to our rentable watercraft. New this year are primitive camping sites near the lake.


Pontoon Fishing Boat Deck Boat Ski Boat Jet Skis V-Bottom 9.9 hp Kayak Water Skis or Tube


$30 $22 $42 $33 $42 $10 $7 NA

4HRS $98 $60 $125 $115 $125 $35 $12 $5

8HRS $170 $99 $220 $210 NA $50 $18 $10

Equipment Rental prices do not include fuel.

The Kansas Boater’s Safety Course is required to rent a motorized boat or you must have a NASBLA approved card/certificate. For information about the course visit

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Your first stop for all Child,Youth & School Services (CYSS) is Parent Central. Registration is required to participate in any CYS Service. Annual registration fees are currently waived (until further notice) and CYSS registration may be transferred to a new duty station upon PCS.


Parent Central Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm Walk-in registrations end at 4:30pm Appointments are also available. 6620 Normandy Dr. -Family Child Care -Outreach Services -Youth Sports 785-239-9885 -School Liaison 785-240-3261/785-239-1648 School of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration, and Skills (SKIES) 2420 H St. 785-240-5821 1st Division CDC 4012 1st Division Rd. 785-239-9011 Warren CDC 6950 Warren Rd. 785-239-4744/9935/9929 Warren East CDC 6981 Warren Rd. 785-240-0822/0821 Forsyth CDC 2410 Saddlehorn Rd. 785-239-4846/4848 Forsyth East CDC 2420 H St. 785-240-5820/5822 Whitside CDC 676 Warrior Rd. 785-239-4978 Middle School & Teen Center 5800 Thomas Ave. 785-239-9222 School Age Center 5810 Thomas Ave. 785-239-9220 Please join our CYSS Facebook Page

The Parent Advisory Council (PAC) 3rd Thu of each month, 4:30pm Parent Central, 6620 Normandy Dr. CYSS hosts an Internet-based Parent Advisory Board. If you have any issues or concerns this is the place to voice them and get answers directly from the CYSS management team. Participating patrons can receive points towards a 10% discount on their childcare fees. For more information regarding parent participation points contact 785-239-9885. Looking for a Babysitter? Parent Central also maintains a list of trained Teenage babysitters for your occasional outing. Stop in for a current list.


Every Mon 9-11am (excluding federal holidays) Parent Central, 6620 Normandy Dr. CYSS welcomes Families to come participate in activities and socialize with other children birth to five years of age. Playgroup participation is free to military Families. Call 785-239-9885 for additional information.


On-site hourly care is available for groups within the same building, or immediately adjacent, to the parent’s function. Contracts for afterhours childcare facilities are available as well. Coordination must be made with the Kids On Site Specialist at least 2 weeks prior to the event to discuss procedures, for site approval, registration and fees. For more information, call 785-239-9885.



You must present a copy of deployment orders (with spouse’s name) in order to receive any of the AFC discounts in addition to being registered with Parent Central. Initiatives include: •20% monthly discount is available for children of deployed Soldiers for full-time and part-day fees. •$100 in FREE sports registrations per child per Family per deployment. This includes soccer, baseball, basketball, flag football, and volleyball programs. •$300 in FREE instructional (SKIES) classes per child for maximum duration of eight weeks each. Regular fees will apply after the eight weeks. •16 hours of free hourly care per month is available to children of deployed sponsors. Hourly care is located at Warren East CDC and SAC. AFC benefits can be used up to 90 days after the Soldier returns. Be sure to make your reservations in advance. Weekday AFC care is from 6-8pm. Saturday AFC care is from 7-11pm. Patrons may also utilize weekday and Saturday childcare at the hourly rate. Weekday AFC childcare is free for Families participating in FRG meetings that have a deployed spouse.


Hourly care is open from 7:30am-5pm, Mon-Fri at Warren East CDC and SAC. The hourly rate is $4.00 per hour. Reservations can be made up to 30 days in advance. Families can use the hourly care program up to 20 hours per week, per child. All reservations are on a first-come, first-serve basis and reservations are required. We make every effort to accommodate hourly care needs. SPECIAL OPENINGS: Saturday hourly care this Summer: Jun 1, Jul 13 & Aug 3, 7-11pm Weekday hourly care this Summer: Jun 11, Jul 9 & Aug 13, 6-8pm For additional information and to make reservations please contact Warren East 785-240-0821.

WebTrac! is available for CYSS patrons to make payments, as well as enroll in Youth Sports programs. Customers currently in our database will receive their WebTrac! User ID and password upon request via the e-mail address we have on file. New customers may sign up by going to the WebTrac! link located on the DFMWR website,

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SAC is a before-and-after-school program, which offers academic support through the Homework Lab and Technology Center. In addition, we incorporate BGCA and 4H curriculum to enhance students outcome as productive citizens in a community. This includes Money Matters, Smart Girls, Passport to Manhood, and a range of other experiences to support their development. Call 785-239-9220 for more information. Upcoming SAC Events 2013 Big Red Fun Summer Camp Summer Camp provides exciting, fun, discovery experiences to create memories that will last a lifetime. The program offers children social interaction, team building, physical activities and community service opportunities. Highlights for summer camp include: ZAC Foundation Grant week where kids from K-3rd grade spend a week learning about water safety and enjoying a true summer pastime - Swimming! In addition, children experience the great outdoors fishing at Moon lake, planting and growing produce in the Victory Gardens, creative experiences in Arts and Science, enhanced math and engineering skills in wood working and design, along with a host of other great activities and field trips.You may enroll for the whole summer or the weeks you need. To register call, 785-239-9778. Transition Week Aug 5-9 Incoming Kinders come to SAC to experience the excitement and learning opportunities for our Kinder program. Outgoing 5th graders will join MST to experience their first week as Middle Schoolers.


Every Thu, 1:30pm - Parent Central FCC providers are contractors who provide childcare in a home setting. FCC homes offer full-day, part-time, and extended hours. FCC homes have unique qualities making them the preferred childcare choice for many Families. Homes provide flexible hours, a comfortable Family like setting, and activities based on real life experiences in the home and neighborhood. Please contact Parent Central for vacancy information. Adults wanting to become certified FCC providers are invited to attend a FCC informational briefing. Take a tour of FCC homes at Contact Parent Central or the FCC office for your username and password. Call 785-239-9885 for additional information.

CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTERS YOUTH SPORTS & FITNESS (S&F) The Army provides care in a Multi-Age group setting. The concept of the Multi-Age classroom is to provide a Family-style environment where the children learn from and nurture each other. Children experience fewer transitions while in the Multi-Age childcare setting, giving them more time to bond with their primary caregiver. Children also benefit widely from interacting with classmates who are older and younger. They learn important principles of citizenship, relationships, respect, patience, and self-esteem. Utilizing a creative curriculum, our approach balances both teacher-directed and child-initiated learning, with an emphasis on responding to children’s learning styles and building on their strengths and interests.

The Fort Riley Youth Sports & Fitness Program is dedicated to being our patrons’ first choice by providing quality sports and fitness activities for children, ages 3-18. For more information, or to register, please call 785-239-9885. INDIVIDUAL SPORT Orienteering* Register by Aug 30, Grades 4-12, $20 TEAM SPORTS Soccer, Flag Football, Volleyball & Cheerleading* Register by Aug 30, Grades K-12, $40 * Child must have a current sports physical form at time of registration.

SCHOOL SUPPORT SERVICES (SSS) FAMILY FITNESS NIGHTS SSS develops partnerships with local schools and community organizations to help ensure a positive educational experience for military children and youth. SSS also collaborates with parents and schools to ensure academic success. New to the area? Let SSS help you navigate the local school system, procedures, programs, and schedules. SSS also supports home school Families and can supply you with resource materials on primary, secondary, and post secondary education. Call 785-239-9885 for additional information. Student Online Achievement Resources (SOAR) Soar is a free website providing students and parents with resources to identify academic strengths and weaknesses in math and reading. They instruct students in math, reading and language arts through interactive tutorials. They involve parents by providing educational resources written specifically for parents. for Military Families More than 2500 Tutors are online 24/7 and available to help in all subjects and skill levels. Basic preparation for career transitions, writing résumés and studying for exams are available for adults. All Active Duty, National Guard, Reserve and their Families are eligible to utilize at no cost. Home Schools Kansas laws and home schooling resources are available at School Liaison Services. Local home school contact information may be obtained at the Fort Riley Home School website:

Disc Golf Jun 14, 6-7pm - Register by Jun 12 Water Games Jul 12, 6-7pm - Register by Jul 10 Indoor Soccer Aug 9, 6-7pm - Register by Aug 7 START SMART PROGRAMS Soccer** Register by Aug 30, Ages 3 & 4, $20 Parents and their children will learn the basic skills and fundamentals of soccer. Football** Register by Aug 30, K-1st Grade, $20 Parents and their children will learn the basic skills and fundamentals of football. ** Child must have a health assessment at time of registration. COACHES NEEDED Youth sports is in need of volunteer coaches. Volunteer packets are available online at OUTDOOR ADVENTURE A once a month program offered to 4-12th graders. Outdoor Adventure includes trips and activities throughout the year such as snow tubing, ice skating, canoeing, camping, and much more! Camping Trip at Milford Lake Grades 4-5: Jun 14-15; Register by Jun 7 Canoeing Trip - $15 Grades 6-12: Jul 10; Register by Jul 3 Grades 4-5: Jul 17; Register by Jul 10 Fishing Trip - $10 Grades 6-12: Aug 6; Register by Jul 31 Grades 4-5: Aug 13; Register by Aug 6 NOTE: For adult sports, turn to pg. 37. Summer Guide 2013 ∙ 7


Youth Services (MST) offers a range of positive activities for youth in grades 6-12 that promote positive attitudes and reinforces Army core values.Youth Services sponsors a variety of programs offering youth opportunities in life skills; citizenship and leadership; leisure, recreation and arts; mentoring, intervention and support services. There are special interest activities that change each week. Join the Fort Riley Teen Center for our weekly activities which include: Sports, Smart Girls, Tech Club, Gaming, High School specific activities, Power Hour, Photography Club, Arts & Crafts, Passport to Manhood, and Cooking Club. Be sure to check out the specialty camps offered during summer breaks. For additional information, please call 785-239-9222. TEEN WORKSHOPS School Hours School-Out Hours Find MST on Facebook Mon-Fri, 5:45-8am Mon-Thu, 1-8pm Mon-Thu, 3-8pm Fri, 1-11pm Fri, 3-11pm Sat, 2-11pm Sat, 2-11pm MST does have an e-mail distribution list; Please contact 785-239-9222 if you would like to receive e-mails regarding upcoming opportunities and reminders. TEEN WORKSHOPS All area teens are invited to attend workshops at the MST Center, 5800 Thomas Avenue. Workshops are required for teens participating in the HIRED! Program. For additional information please contact 785-239-9885. Dates: Session 1: 6-7pm Session 2: 7-8pm Jun 4 Organized Student Money Matters Jun 6 Building Your Brain Life INC Jun 11 Intro to Résumé Writing Cars 101 Jun 13 College Fair Teen Resources Jun 18 Achieving Your Dreams Goal Planning Jul 9 Balance Your Life Identity Protection Jul 11 Understanding Ethics Lifetime Fitness Jul 16 College Prep Internet Safety Jul 18 Jobs Readiness Learning Styles Jul 23 Finding a Career Virtual College Tours Jul 25 Financial Fun Nutrition Basics Jul 30 ACT/SAT Prep Memory Makers Aug 6 Effective Job Search Keeping a Job Aug 8 Stress Management Lifetime Fitness SPECIAL EVENTS Jun 3-7 Wet and Wild Water Week Jun 10-14 Survivor Week Jun 17-21 Cooking Around the World Week Jun 24-28 Sports Week Jul 1-5 SMART Girls/Passport to Manhood Week Jul 8-12 Water Balloon Wipeout Week Jul 15-19 Rockets and Space Week Jul 22-26 Healthy Living (Mind & Body) Week Jul 29-Aug 2 Outdoor Adventure Camp Week Aug 5-9 Art Exploration Week Aug 12-16 Back to School Transition Week CLUB MEETINGS Arts and Crafts: Mon & Wed 4-6pm SMART Girls: 2nd & 4th Mon, 4-5pm Passport to Manhood: 2nd & 4th Mon, 4-5pm Keystone Club: Every Tue, 3:15pm

EDGE The EDGE program provides FREE activities for middle and high school youth to experience, develop, grow and excel by participating in exciting activities based on art, fitness, life skills and adventure. Transportation to and from activities is provided during the school year. Sign-ups for activities are ongoing at CYSS Parent Central, and the Teen Center. There is no cost to participate, but signed parental permission slips are required. Call 785-239-9885 for additional information. HIRED! The Hired! Apprenticeship Program is designed to meet the employment and career exploration needs of Army teens, ages 15-18. Teens must have a parent or guardian who is active military, retired military or a Department of the Army civilian to be eligible for the program. During the apprenticeship session, a Hired! apprentice will explore different career opportunities and assist at a MWR organization for 180 hours (15 hours a week) and attend 12 training sessions. Workforce preparation workshops/trainings include: résumé writing, interview skills, problem solving, effective communication, financial management, and college preparation classes. Hired! Apprentices do not receive an hourly wage. After completing work and training requirements, the apprentice will receive a $500 cash award several weeks after the session. Apprentices may participate in two sessions each year. Apprentices may choose to complete the maximum two terms per year at one time during the summer and earn $1,000. Call 785-239-9885 for additional information.

Torch Club: Every Thu 4-5pm Rockband: Every Thu 4pm Cooking Club: Every Fri, 4-5pm Zumba: Every Fri, 5-6pm

Fit Clubs (walking, running, hiking, biking, yoga, circuit training, rockwall climbing, skating, bowling, and dance): Daily 4:30pm

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Sport physicals are not required to enroll in SKIES Unlimited Classes, but you must be registered with Parent Central. Classes are held at Forsyth East CDC unless otherwise stated. The SKIES Instructional program is seeking instructors to teach all ages of children and youth in a wide variety of areas. The sky is the limit! Do you have a talent or interest that you would like to share and some spare time to teach? Please inquire with an e-mail at or call 785-240-5820. Tae Kwon Do Ages 5-18, $60 per month 8th Street Plaza, Junction City $90 one time uniform fee and membership paid directly to the instructor. Okinawan Karate Ages 8-18, $50 per month Classes meet twice weekly for 1hr. Wiggles & Giggles Ages 10 months-5 years $20 per month Enjoy time with Mom or Dad while participating in activities in a group setting. Hip Hop Dance Ages 5-16, $30 per month Namaste Ballet or Traditional Ballet Ages 9-16, $32 per month Ballet Ages 2-4, 3-5 and 4-7, $30 per month Intermediate Ballet & Creative Move Ages 7-10, $30 per month

Dance Cheer Fitness Ages 5-8 and 9-13 $30 per month Combination Dance and Tumbling Ages 2-4 or 5-7, $30 per month Gymnastics & Tumbling Ages 2-5, $30 per month Gymnastics Ages 4-18, $30 per month Hapkido Ages 3-5, 5-9 and 9-18 $35 per month Uniform fees $25 Annual membership fees are required ages 6-13 $20 and 14-18 $40. Horse Riding Workshop Ages 3-18, $30 per session Kids in the Kitchen Ages 4-5, 6-7 & 8-11 $15 per workshop Jr. Golf Ages 6-11, $60 for 6 sessions. Sign up for Jun or Sep.

Register for SKIES classes at Parent Central 6620 Normandy Dr., or call 785-240-5820.

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Because children do not come with instructions. As much as we want to be, no parent is perfect. These classes can help you learn new methods of guidance, healthier ways of communicating with your child, and fun ways to just enjoy being a parent. CONSIDER ATTENDING THE FOLLOWING IF YOUR CHILD IS 0-3 YEARS OF AGE:

*Help! There’s a Toddler in my House Jun 11, 6-8pm Ever wonder how your toddler goes from babbling to conducting the Spanish Inquisition? Ever wonder why your toddler breaks down at the slightest change in her schedule? Ever wonder when your toddler will be potty trained? Well, your answers are here! Come join us as we discuss the how, why and when of toddler growth and development and guidance/ discipline tools and techniques. CONSIDER ATTENDING THE FOLLOWING IF YOUR CHILD IS 3-7 YEARS OF AGE:

*Children and Stress Jul 9, 6-8pm Do you ever feel stress? Did you know that children can experience stress? Please join us as we discuss ways that children deal with stress and practical hands on techniques that you can use to help your child cope with stress. *Will my preschooler be ready for Kindergarten? Aug 13, 6-8pm Join us as we look at the social environment in which our children’s academic success occurs. We will look at what children need to be successful not only in kindergarten, but to be successful long term in school. CONSIDER ATTENDING THE FOLLOWING IF YOUR CHILD IS 8-12 YEARS OF AGE:

*Love & Logic Parenting Classes (3-Part Series) Jun 6, 13, & 20, 2-4pm or Jul 9, 16, & 23, 6-8pm or Aug 7, 14 & 21, 2-4pm This course is designed to help parents create happy Families and responsible kids by teaching parents to allow children to grow through their mistakes, learn from the consequences of their choices, learn shared “Control,” and learn shared “Thinking and Decision Making.”


*Parenting in a Blended Family (3-Part Series) Jun 4, 11, & 18, 10-11:30am Blended Families face unique challenges! This class will offer ideas and suggestions for building strong bonds, creating new Family traditions, and offer ways to avoid common problems that military blended Families face. Dad’s Tea Party Jun 22, 10am-Noon A fun filled day for dads, daughters and Families. An opportunity for fathers to interact with their Family in a positive and healthy manner. Come join in with music, games, songs, dances, arts and crafts and story time. 24/7 Dad Workshop (2-Part Series) Jun 24 & 25 or Aug 12 & 13 - ACS, 7264 Normandy Dr. This unique, innovative, and comprehensive course is designed to engage fathers and encourage them to become more involved with their children and Family. It is packed with fun, interesting, and interactive activities to assist dads in raising healthy, mature, and responsible children. It is only for fathers that are interested in being better dads and refreshments are provided. *Scream Free Parenting (3-Part Series) Jul 9, 16, & 23, 10am-Noon This course is designed to help you start a Revolution in Your Family! Scream Free Parenting is not just about lowering your voice. It’s about learning to calm your emotional reactions and learning to focus on your own behavior more than your kid’s behavior, for their benefit. With these techniques, you can create and enjoy a more calm, mutually respectful, and loving relationship with your child. Must attend all sessions to receive certificate. Scream Free Parenting with creator Hal Runkel, LMFT Aug 13, 6-8pm This course is designed to help you start a Revolution in Your Family! Scream Free Parenting is not just about lowering your voice. It’s about learning to calm your emotional reactions and learning to focus on your own behavior more than your kid’s behavior...for their benefit. With these techniques, you can create and enjoy more calm, mutually respectful and loving relationships with your children. Childcare will be provided with registration at least one week in advance. FREE EARLY CHILDHOOD ASSESSMENT

Oh! Oh, Baby It’s Your Day! Jul 17, 1:30-4:30pm Children receive a free Ages & Stages Assessment, Vision and Hearing. Parents learn from their child’s assessment which enhances their skills in parenting their child’s development growth. IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

All classes will be held at Parent Central, 6620 Normandy Dr., unless otherwise specified. *FREE childcare with pre-registration at least one week in advance. Current registration with CYSS required! Please e-mail, or call 785-239-9885/9435 to register or for more information. 10 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation

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INFORMATION & RESOURCES Sponsorship Training Jun 3, Jul 1 & Aug 5, 1pm-2pm Comprehensive overview of the Total Army Sponsorship Program using eSponsorship training online.

Army Community Service (ACS) 7264 Normandy Dr. Mon-Thu, 8am-5pm & Fri, 8am-4pm 785-239-9435

CFNCO Core Training Jul 8-12, 9am-4:30pm To train one Primary and one Alternate Command Financial NCO.

ACS Soldier Family Assistance Center 674 Warrior Rd. Mon-Fri, 8am-5pm 785-240-8430

CFNCO Quarterly Training Aug 15, 9-11:30am CFNCO Quarterly refresher training.

ACS Survivor Outreach Services 510 Reed Rd. Mon-Thu, 8am-5pm Fri, 8am-4:15pm 785-239-5979


Special Needs Rodeo Jul 20, 10am-Noon RSVP by Jul 10 A Special needs rodeo to provide the Family with a cultural experience and expand on resiliency. Resilient Spouse Academy (RSA) Jul 29-Aug 2, 8:30am-4:30pm RSVP by Jul 22 This course includes Suicide Intervention, responding to reports of abuse or neglect, Master Resiliency Training and Financial Resilience. Free childcare available.

We’ve Made It To Fort Riley, Now What? Newcomer’s Inprocessing Every Wed, 8am-4pm A newcomer orientation is given to Service and Family members every Wednesday. This is a great opportunity to learn more about services available that may be unique to your new duty station. Turn your Move into a Lifetime Enhancement PCS South Korea, Jun 4, Jul 2 & Aug 6 PCS Germany, Jun 11, Jul 9 & Aug 13 PCS Stateside, Jun 18, Jul 16 & Aug 20 PCS Overseas, Jun 25, Jul 23 & Aug 27 All briefings begin at 1pm. The level of success you and your Family can achieve is directly proportionate to the preparation, information and support you receive before, during and after your assignment. Every PCS should become an opportunity for the entire Family. This training is required for all 1st time PCSing Soldiers and for all Soldiers PCSing overseas.

THE FAMILY READINESS DEPLOYMENT RESOURCES WANT TO LEARN Key Caller Class MORE ABOUT THE ARMY? Jun 4 & Aug 6, 10am-Noon This class provides instruction and guidance to assist newly appointed Family Readiness Group Key Callers. Funds Custodian Training Jul 16, 10am-Noon This class provides instruction and guidance to assist newly appointed FRG Funds Custodians. FRG Leaders Training Jul 16-17, 9am-Noon Instruction and guidance to assist newly appointed Family Readiness Group Leaders, FRSAs and Commanders. Care Team Training Aug 14, 10am-Noon Instruction on Care Team’s responsibilities and provides guidance on how to handle issues volunteers will face (such as dealing with Family’s reactions).

You can contact any of the ACS programs to pre-register, get more information or to register for childcare by calling, 785-239-9435 or by e-mailing usarmy.riley.imcom.


FRSA Training Aug 20-21, 9am-3pm (2-Part Series) This course will provide newly appointed FRSA’s, Commanders, and all other FRG volunteers a basic knowledge of the roles and responsibilities of FRSA’s.

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Army Family Team Building – Level I Jul 17-18, 9am-3pm, RSVP by Jun 10 Aug 3, 9am-3pm, RSVP by Jul 6 Two-day training, also known as Army 101, focuses on the basics such as Military Acronyms and Terms, Chain of Command, Customs and Courtesies, Basic Military Benefits and Entitlements. Free childcare available. Pre-registration is required. Army Family Team Building – Level II Aug 13-15, 9am-3pm RSVP by Aug 6 Three-day training focusing on your Personal Skills such as Communication, Personal Time Management, Exploring Personality Traits, and Stress Management. Free Childcare available. Pre-registration is required. Army Family Team Building – Level III Jun 18-20, 9am-3pm RSVP by Jun 11 Three-day training focusing on Leadership skills through classes such as Understanding Needs, Delegation for Leaders Coaching and Mentoring. Free Childcare available. Pre-registration is required.

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The Army Volunteer Corps provides opportunities for volunteers based on interest and agency needs. Volunteers support the installation mission in a variety of capacities such as: coaches, office assistants, FRG leaders, program assistants, and much more. For further information on how you may become an “Essential Piece” of the Volunteer Program, please contact the Installation Volunteer Coordinator at 785-239-9435. ACS Volunteers are eligible to receive 25 hours per month in FREE childcare. For available opportunities, visit, Volunteer of the Quarter Volunteer Recognition Ceremonies are held quarterly at Riley’s Conference Center, 446 Seitz Dr., to recognize Brigades and private organization nominees. ACS Volunteer Orientation Jun 10, Jul 8 & Aug 12, 10am-Noon Overview and guidance to assist new and existing volunteers at Fort Riley ACS A Night Out: Customs and Courtesies for Military Events Jun 8, 9am-Noon This class provides orientation and awareness of appropriate protocol and customs to assist Soldiers and Family members in preparing for formal events. Volunteer Awards and Recognition Jul 9, 1-3pm Educating volunteers and leaders how to motivate, recruit, and maintain a viable volunteer base using awards and recognition.


Hearts Apart offers support for waiting Families by linking Families who are left behind due to the sponsor’s mission. Register through the ACS Outreach Program to join in on the Hearts Apart exciting events (bowling, swimming, golf, sport events...), participate in the “Her War, Her Voice” support group, or just receive useful information! Take Me Out to the Ball Game Jun 29, 6:30pm The JC Brigade takes on the Rossville Rattlers.


The Soldier and Family Assistance Center (SFAC) is located at 674 Warrior Rd. near the Warrior Transition Battalion (WTB). The SFAC supports Soldiers assigned to the WTB or who are in the MEB process by providing one-stop services ranging from ID Cards to recreational activities and self-help services. For more information, or to seek services, please call 785-239-8430 or 785-240-7193. WTB Town Hall Jun 4, Jul 2 & Aug 6, 11:30am-5:30pm Tension Fabric Structure by Irwin Army Community Hospital To provide ill, injured and wounded Soldiers and their Family members the opportunity to express issues, concerns or successes to Command. The Town Hall will be hosted on the 1st Tuesday of every month. The WTB Town Hall is a forum Warriors use to present issues they are experiencing while navigating through Garrison Agencies.


Financial Education Jun 6, Jul 11 & Aug 1, 8:30am-4:30pm Provides personal financial management readiness training to first term Soldiers. Money Management 101 Jun 5, 12, 19 & 26; Jul 10, 17, 24 & 31; Aug 7, 14, 21 & 28, 9-11:30am Does it seem like you never have enough? Are you confident making financial decisions? Is dealing with money a constant stress? Take this course to build your financial readiness!


The Employment Readiness Program (ERP) offers employment assistance with job search, résumé prep and review, and referrals for local businesses. Call ERP to obtain more information, 785-239-9435. Employment Readiness Orientation Jun 5, 12, 19 & 26; Jul 10, 17, 24 & 31; THE EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY Aug 7, 14, 21 & 28, 1-1:45pm MEMBER PROGRAM (EFMP) Explanation of services available through The Exceptional Family Member Program ERP and information on the local (EFMP) is a mandatory enrollment program. job market. The program is designed to provide comprehensive services consisting of medically related issues, and an educational/ “Army Federal Job Applications” Workshop social support and personnel type service that enhances the readiness and quality of life Jun 6, 13, 20 & 27; Jul 11, 18 & 25; Aug 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29, 1-3pm for Families with special needs. This course provides a hands-on, An Exceptional Family Member (EFM) is comprehensive overview of Federal Job a Family Member with a physical, emotional, application process using the USA Jobs developmental or intellectual disability that website. Instructor will assist you on requires special treatment, therapy, computers during this workshop. education, training or counseling. The mission of EFMP is to ensure needs “ERP Workshop by Request” are accessible and appropriate to Jun 12, Jul 10, & Aug 14 accommodate these individuals. Topics covered: Résumé writing, If you are interested in the support group Conducting an effective job search, for Military Families who have Family Networking, Dress for Success, Tapping into Members with special needs, the Hidden Job Market and so much more. call 785-239-9435.

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Summer is back in session. Let our professional staff help you with your upcoming golf event or outing. Our packages range from having a golf outing, to a catered meal. Our driving range is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our hitting area is sheltered for your comfort so you can hit balls year round.


SNACK BAR HOURS Mon-Fri, 11am-1:30pm; Closed on Federal Holidays DRIVING RANGE HOURS Open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. PRO SHOP HOURS Mon-Fri, 9am-7:30pm; Sat-Sun & Holidays, 8am-7:30pm

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PLAYING COURSE HOURS Please check with the Pro Shop for course hours, as hours will vary during the season due to the length of the day.

If you need a swing tune-up or want to really get into the game, let our PGA Professionals help you out. Lessons start out at $35.00 for 30 minute lessons.

2013 GOLF RATES Weekday, Weekend, & Holiday Rate 9-Hole 18-Hole E1-E5 & Youth $9 $16 E6-O3 $11 $20 Other Military/Retiree/DOD Civilian $11 $20 Guest/Public $13 $24 Twilight: Begins at 2pm and is based off the 9-Hole rate. Tuesday Special: Half price Greens Fees and Golf Carts until 3pm. Annual Membership Pass Single Family 10-Play E1-E5/Youth $360 $540 $125 E6-O3 $480 $660 $145 Other Military/Retiree/DOD Civilian $480 $660 $145 Guest/Public $560 $750 $185 (Monthly installment payments are available for annual passes.) GOLF RENTALS Golf Cart (Per Person) Rental Clubs Range Token Pull Cart Locker Rental (Annual)

$8 $14 $12 per Set $3 per Club $3 per Token $5 $45

GOLF LESSONS 1-30 Minute Lesson 3-30 Minute Lesson Package Clinic (Per Person)

$35 $90 $15

Prices and event dates are subject to change without notice.

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Jun 1

White City Alumni Golf Tournament Jun 1 PGA Junior Golf Academy Jun 3-7 $200 per child. Includes golf clubs, lunch and 5 days of instruction. E9 Association Golf Tournament

Jun 8

Patriot Cup Qualification Jun 9-Jul 20 (8-Open Spots for Custer Hill Golf Course) Season-Long qualification for the 2013 Patriots Cup at Rolling Meadows Golf Course September 14-15. For more information contract the Head Golf Professional at 785-784-6000. SNAG Golf Academy

Jun 15

Summer Open Jun 22 $35 Per Person, 1-person scramble Get Golf Ready Jun 24-28 SNAG Golf Academy

Jun 29

Garrison Summer Open Jul 12 American Legion Golf Tournament

Jul 13-14

IACH Foundation Golf Tournament

Jul 27

All tournament times and dates are subject to change without notice.

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7867 NORMANDY DR. Sun: 11am-11pm Mon-Thu: 8am-11pm Fri: 8am-1am Sat: 11am-1am

BBQ Every Friday during Lunchtime!

Front Desk: 785-240-6618 | Take-Out: 785-240-6616 Kitchen closes at 10:30pm Sun-Thu & at Midnight Fri & Sat.


RELEASE PARTY: DARK Jun 11, 5:30-9:30pm The intricate story of DARK will take you into the midst of a world of blood and darkness, where the hunter can easily become the prey. Strike down other vampires, improve your character and develop formidable skills such as instantly disappearing from view to take your enemies by surprise. PATIO BLUES BBQ Jun 16, 1-5pm Check out the local talent out back on the patio. Throw some horseshoes, listen to the Blues while we cook up BBQ and a Crab Boil. A perfect place to relax on a lazy Sunday afternoon. BILLIARDS TOURNAMENT Jun 6, Jul 4 & Aug 1, 6-9pm Compete for fun and prizes on our 4 regulation-sized billiards tables. Prize awarded to first place. WORLD OF WARCRAFT GUILD PLAY Jun 27, Jul 25 & Aug 29, 6-10pm Join the WZHORDE guild, in the realm: Burning Legion. Group play the last Thursday of every month. RILEY VS THE WORLD Every Thursday, 8pm RileyWarrior Team goes online and schools the other Warrior Zones in the value of teamwork in gameplay. (At least we think, that’s why we’re undefeated!) Come out to watch or try out for the team!

WARHAMMER 40K Every Saturday, Noon-Close This Soldier-run program welcomes new players, modelers and long time players. Bring your own armies or work with the Zone’s sets. TEXAS HOLD’EM POKER Every Saturday, Noon-8pm There is no buy-in to our weekly matches, but a prize is awarded once a week to the best player. Come in and play or sign up early. CHRONOS ANIME DEN Every Saturday Night, Theater 7pm The freshest Anime served up in the theater, with active discussions, prizes and popcorn!

RELEASE PARTY: LOST PLANET 3 Jun 25, 5:30-9:30pm Reveal the hidden truths of E.D.N. III the uncharted world has many secrets locked away. What is E.D.N. III hiding? All will be revealed in Lost Planet 3. Lonely Planet? Lost Planet III will support a full set of multiplayer modes that enhance players experience of the Lost Planet world, right here in the Warrior Zone gaming pit! PATIO DETAILING BBQ Jun 30, 1-5pm Spend a couple of hours hands-on training with a professional detailer, learning the secrets to a superior shine, every time. The class will be followed by a heaping helping of WZ BBQ. Ask at the front counter to be in the drawing to have your ride be the demo vehicle!

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RELEASE PARTY: NCAA FOOTBALL 14 Jul 9, 6-9pm NCAA Football 14 unlocks the unpredictability and innovation of the college game. The new physics-driven animation system and a completely re-engineered spread and read-option game influence the outcome of every moment allowing you to stay true to the game in the only place on Fort Riley to play, the Warrior Zone! PATIO DETAILING BBQ Jul 14, 1-5pm Spend a couple of hours hands-on training with a professional detailer, learning the secrets to a superior shine, every time. The class will be followed by a heaping helping of WZ BBQ. Ask at the front counter to be in the drawing to have your ride be the demo vehicle! RELEASE PARTY: TBA Jul 23, 6-9pm Tuesday’s are release days for the industry, but no solid games have been announced for this day, but be assured what’s fresh will be in the pit for your playin’ pleasure.


RELEASE PARTY: TBA Aug 6, 5:30-9pm Tuesday’s are release days for the industry, but no solid games have been announced for this day, but be assured what’s fresh will be in the pit for your playin’ pleasure. PATIO DETAILING BBQ Aug 11, 1-5pm This is the last class before the Car Show. Spend a couple of hours hands-on training with a professional detailer, learning the secrets to a superior shine, every time. The class will be followed by a heaping helping of WZ BBQ. Ask at the front counter to be in the drawing to have your ride be the demo vehicle! RELEASE PARTY: TBA Aug 20, 5:30-9pm Tuesday’s are release days for the industry, but no solid games have been announced for this day, but be assured what’s fresh will be in the pit for your playin’ pleasure.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES At Fort Riley you can earn your Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal with only 100 volunteer hours! Stop by the BOSS Office at the Warrior Zone, visit the ACS Building or check out our Facebook Page ( for upcoming events to volunteer and begin earning your MOVSM. BOSS BBQS Jun 22, 5pm - Custer Hill Pool Join us at Custer Hill Pool for some great BBQ, drinks, swimming, music and more! Jul 27, 5pm - Warrior Zone Fresh BBQ, drinks, live music, games and much more! Aug 17, 5pm - Warrior Zone Join us on WZ’s back patio, one last time, to close out the summer with a bang! We will be serving fresh-cooked BBQ, games, giveaways and more! BOSS MEETINGS Jun 12, 26, Jul 10, 24, Aug 14 & 18, 3pm Warrior Zone Conference Room Find out about other upcoming volunteer opportunities, recreation trips, events and to voice your quality-of-life issues to our BOSS executives.

WARRIOR ZONE’S TERRIBLE TWO’S ANNIVERSARY PARTY Aug 24-25 (All Day) Indoor and patio events, tournaments, raffles, car show, prizes and a DJ!

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We’re here five days a week for you, including nights and weekends! The woodshop has 2,400 square feet of floor space and all the specialized equipment needed to complete any project. A large selection of hardwoods, plywood, and processed material is available for purchase. We no longer have ceramic molds for pouring but we still have a kiln where you may drop off and have you greenware or bisque fired. We have a slab roller and two potters wheels, these will only be accessible during warm weather; this is an outside activity; making it possible to create finished ceramic ware from scratch. You can bring in your greenware and bisque to be fired for a minimal fee. The matting and framing area has a huge selection of mat and frame stock available as well as state of the art equipment. We only use conservation and preservation matts which are the best to preserve your framed work. After taking a beginners class you will be able to come and finish a project in one day with the help of our friendly staff. There is a scrap booking area. Specialized equipment such as zyron and acc-u-cut die cutter for scrap booking, are available for walk-in use, there is a minimal fee.


Wood Safety $10 (Orientation and First Time User Course) Jun 4, 18, Jul 2, 16, Aug 6 & 20, 6:30-8:30pm Learn power tool safety and general woodshop procedures in this one-night class given twice a month. (Patrons are required to take this class before using the woodshop.) Wood Project Ideas $45-$55 Mon, 6:30-8:30pm You must sign up one week prior and will need to purchase all supplies for this project. There will be a class fee which includes the wood shop usage fees during that month. Ideas for projects that you can make: cutting boards, picnic tables, large plant boxes for your patio, gliders or a swing for your porch. Summer is coming, let’s think about the yard furniture!


Parent & Child Crafts $8-$20 3rd Sat of Month, 1-4pm This is an opportunity for you to work with your child on a craft, you can work together on one project or each have your own project to complete.You must sign up prior in order to get you and your child in the correct age group class. Adult Craft Time $8-$20 2nd & 4th Sun, 1:30-4:30pm Time is set aside for you to work quietly on a project. We will have a few projects for you to choose from that can be completed in an afternoon. Group Craft Classes $8-$20 Set up a reservation to use the facility so your group can work on a craft together. We will have a few projects for you to choose from and you will be able to complete them at your leisure. There are a number of craft choices, stop by and see what you would like to set up.

The Arts & Crafts Center offers tours and classes for groups such as coffee groups, FRG’s and scouts. We can assist your scouts in earning badges, woodworking and a variety of crafts. Coffee groups and FRG’s come and make a craft to send to your spouse or make a craft for your home, there are many projects to choose from. Contact our staff for more information, or stop in and see first hand what you can make. 22 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation

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Important Class Information Framing

Pre-registration and payment are required for some classes. Class begins promptly; late arrivals will not always be accepted. Some ongoing class schedules have changed; check dates and class descriptions for details. Some classes will require you to purchase supplies. Call to verify the dates and sign up procedures. There are enrollment limits, so sign up early.

Matting and Framing $10 (Orientation and First Time User Course) Jun 3, 17, Jul 8, 22, Aug 5, 19, 6-9pm Learn the skills to do your own matting and framing and save a bundle! Subjects covered include: material selection, matt cutting, frame chopping and assembly, and glass-cutting. All materials are provided for hands-on instruction. Students will not be working on their own projects. Patrons are required to take this class before using the framing area. (One SessionWorkshop)


Sewing $13/2-hour session Learn to make items for yourself, Family, friends and to give as gifts. Level I classes are for anyone that wants to learn to sew, someone that is looking for a quick and easy project, or someone that has not sewn for awhile and needs a little refresher course. Level I classes are designed to teach skills,confidence and increase knowledge as you successfully complete projects. Level I projects will include but are not limited to, coasters & pot holders, pillow cases, snack bags, receiving blanket, burp cloth & bib, table runner, placemats, simple tote bag and much more. Stop by the Center to see these project samples and sign up.You can use our machines or bring your own. Limited number of machines available. Must prepay and enroll one week prior. Dates will be announced and posted at a later time. Crochet, Knitting, & Cross Stitch 2nd Sat of Every Month, 1-4pm Learn the basics of crochet including single and double stitches, how to read instructions, how to change colors, and how to increase and decrease. Students will be supplied with yarn and a hook for their first class. After the first class, supplies are the students’ responsibility. Come and have fun! Call ahead to be enrolled. This class is free!

Sales Store & Custom Shop

Our sales store has supplies for many crafts and hobbies to include: stained glass, woodworking, matts & frames, ceramic paints, clay for pottery, quilting & sewing supplies (excluding fabric), DMC floss, and metal engraving. The Shop also carries handmade wooden farewell gifts, flag holders, coin holders, shadow box frames (to display your medals), and triangle name holders. CERAMIC SHOP: You can drop off your greenware and bisque for firing here. There is a minimal charge per inch. PROFESSIONAL MATTING & FRAMING: Our shop has over 500 frame molding choices and only the highest quality conservation, preservation matts for your valuable pieces. ENGRAVING SHOP: We offer computerized engraving services. Currently we are able to engrave the following materials: pen sets, sabers, wood, glossy brass, black brass, plastic, glass, mirror, and limestone. Stop by and take a look at our samples and see what we can do for you!

LASER ENGRAVER: The engraver is able to cut into wood, plastic, glass, mirror, and limestone. Stop in to take a look at our samples and see what we can do!

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Wrecker Service: 7753 Apennines Dr. 785-239-9764/4028 Hours:

Wed-Fri, 11:30am-8:30pm Sat-Sun, 9am-5pm Mon & Tue, Closed

Facility Features: • Open bays with complete tool sets • 15-suspension lift bays • A 12,000 lb tire lift bay • Complete tool room • Paint booth (drive through capability) • Engine rebuild and machine shop • Inline fuel filter removal bay • Body Shop • Trained mechanics

Services Provided: • Overnight parking • Tire mounting, balancing, and repair • Engine computer monitor • Air conditioning service • Dry-hoaner • Front end alignment • Brake drums and rotors turned • Hydraulic press • Welding services • Flywheel grinding • McPherson strut replacement • Broken bolt removal • Pack wheel bearings • Engine rebuilding services • Ball joint installation and removal • Fuel injector cleaning • Battery recharging • Valve grinding

Car trouble? Our Wrecker Service will tow you from anywhere on Post! Impound fee: $12.50 per day. Call for towing fees: 785-239-9764/4028

Car Wash:

7756 Apennines Dr. Open 24 hours/ 7 days a week Git-R-Done for next to none at the Automotive Skills Center Car Wash. The car wash has the following for your use: change machine, vacuum cleaners, wax and drying area, and 8 bay car wash.

Body Shop:

The Automotive Skills Center body shop is open for business providing technical skills and continuous education. Patrons must attend a body shop class or complete hands-on training before utilizing the body shop area.

Front End Alignment:

Wed-Fri, 12:30-6pm Wheel alignment specifications: 1987-2010 Passenger Cars, Vans, and Light Trucks

Air Conditioning Service:

The Automotive Skills Center professional staff mechanics will service your AC at a fraction of the cost compared to downtown dealer and repair shops.

Mac Mentor:

Mac Mentor, a high tech system, with OBD11 Smart Cards, Scope Probe for European and Domestic Cars, Mercedes, Toyota, Volkswagen, BMW, Audi, Land Rover, Porsche, Jaguar, Saab and Volvo 1986-2005, and domestic cars 1984-2006.

Mitchell On-Demand & Alldata:

Mitchell On-Demand Reference Library on DVD has manuals for both European and Domestic cars 1984-2007 with color-coded diagrams, repairs and trouble codes. Alldata is an online Reference Library and has manuals for both European and Domestic cars 1984-2013 with color-coded diagrams, repairs and trouble codes.

Auto Mechanics Skills Class:

“Skills & Development Basic Safety” & “Lift It Right” Training Every Thu evening at 6pm & 3rd Sun of each month - $10 per person Class will consist of a safety brief, proper utilization of tools and equipment such as: personal protective equipment (PPE), personal protective clothing (PPC) and lifts. In order to earn a DA form 3031 qualification card the individual will be asked to demonstrate how to operate the equipment and lifts in accordance with established procedures outlined in this class. The DA form 3031 qualification card expires 3 years from the date it is issued. Individuals must register one week prior to the class in order to attend by calling 785-239-9764.

12th Annual Car Show

Jun 22, 10am-4pm - McCormick Park Pre-Registrations: $15 | Day of: $20 | Packet pick-up and registration 9-11:45am

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Habanero Monster


Chicken Chipotle


-Beef or Chicken


Casa Salad


Fuji Apple Chicken Salad


-Beef or Chicken with Roasted Tomatillo Dressing

-Beef or Chicken

-Pepper Jack Cheese, Romaine,Tomato, Chipotle Mayo

-Chicken, Mixed Field Greens, Romaine Lettuce, Vine-Ripened Tomatoes, Red Onions, Pecans, Gorgonzola, Dry Apple Pieces with Balsamic Vinaigrette.

Combo It

-Chicken, Romaine Lettuce,Tomatoes, ApplewoodSmoked Bacon, Gorgonzola, Hard-Boiled Eggs, Red Onion, with Herb ItalianVinaigrette

Burrito Bowl


Sancho’s Plate


Frito’s Pie


Poncho’s Nachos


Chopped Chicken Cobb

TAPAS QUESADILLAS Frodo Garcia -Cheese and Salsa

Howling Coyote

-Chicken, Cheese and Salsa

Black & Blue Chicken


Half/Full $2.75 $4.75

$3.25 $6.25 $3.75 $6.75

-Chicken, Bacon,Tomato, Onion and Blue Cheese

-Add a Fountain Soda & Chips with Queso, Guacamole or Salsa

NOT A BURRITO -Beef or Chicken


$2.75 $3.50 $4.50 $3.50

Steak Breakfast Burrito Breakfast Pizza Biscuits & Gravy Breakfast Bowl

$4.50 $7.50 $1.50 $2.75

Combo It


-Choice of Bacon, Sausage or Ham

-Hashbrowns, Egg, Sausage Gravy and Shredded Cheese -Add a Hot Grande Starbucks Coffee and Hashbrowns

-Two Bean & Cheese Burritos topped with Texas Chili, Lettuce,Tomatoes, and Shredded Cheddar Cheese -A pile of Fritos topped with Chili and Shredded Cheddar Cheese. -Beef or Chicken Nachos with Beans, Shredded Cheese, Salsa, Jalapeno and Olives

Egg and Cheddar Bagel Egg, Cheddar and Meat Bagel Egg, Cheddar and Steak Bagel Breakfast Burrito


Tortilla Chips Queso Guacamole or Sour Cream Salsa

$1.00 $1.25 $1.25 $1.25

Candy Bars Cookies Brownies Assorted Churro Muffins

$1.25 $1.50 $2.00 $1.25 $1.75

-Roasted Chili-Corn,Tomatillo Green-Chili, Tomato-Red Chili, or Fresh Tomato-Cilantro

HOT COFFEES, TEAS, & OTHER BEVERAGES Tall Brewed Coffee $2.00 Cappuccino $2.25 Café Latte $2.00 Café Mocha $3.25 Caramel Macchiato $2.50 Chai Latte $3.75 Tazo Hot Teas $1.00 Caffe Americana $2.25 Hot Chocolate -

Grande $2.75 $3.00 $3.00 $4.25 $3.25 $4.95 $1.50 $3.00 $2.00

Bottled Water Red Bull Monster Energy Drink G2 Gatorade Juice Bottle Fountain Soda

$1.25 $4.00 $3.25 $2.50 $1.50 $1.75

-Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Cherry Pepsi, Orange Crush, Mountain Dew,Sierra Mist, Brisk Rasp Tea, Root Beer

Espresso Single: $1.00 Double: $1.75

BLENDED & ICED COFFEES AND SMOOTHIES Grande Iced Latte $2.75 Iced Mocha $3.50 Iced Caramel Macchiato $3.50 Chai Latte $3.50 Caffe Americana $3.00 Javaccino $3.95

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Lounge: Wed-Sat, 5pm-Close

Basic 10 Package: $9.75 per child Includes 2 hours of bowling, shoes, Large 1 topping pizza, drinks, themed plates, cups, placemats and balloon bouquet for birthday person.

Pro-Shop: Tue-Sat, 11am-2pm Check out the Clearance Deals over the summer and get yourself set for the new league season.

Spare 10 Package: $11.00 per child Includes 2 hours of bowling, shoes, Large 1 topping pizza, drinks, themed plates, cups, placemats and balloon bouquet for birthday person, and gift bag for each child.

Pricing: Bowling: $2.75 per game Shoe Rental: $2.50 per person

Strike 10 Package: $14.75 per child Includes 2 hours of bowling, shoes, Large 1 topping pizza, drinks, themed plates, Pin Sipper cups, placemats and bowling with along with a balloon bouquet for birthday person and gift bag for each child.

Bowling Center: Sun-Thu, 11am-9pm Fri & Sat, 11am-Midnight (Center will be closed Jul 4)

Let our staff help you take the stress out of your child’s birthday party. Stop in and talk with us to make your child’s special day a great one. Party Room rental charge is $10.00 for 2 hours.

You can bring the kids and cake and let us handle the rest. All packages include set up and clean up.


Sandwich BBQ Chicken Sandwich Caesar Wrap Club Salad

Pizza BLT Pizza Pepperoni Lovers Pig Pie Pizza


You could win up to $1,000.00! Numbers updated weekly. All cards cost $1.00 each. Come on in and play up!

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PROGRAMMING SPECIALS Weekday Programming: (Mon-Fri) Lunch Time Special: 11am-1pm: $1.00 Game & $1.00 Shoes Afternoon Special: 1-5pm: $1.50 games & $1.00 Shoes

Evening Programming: Monday Open Bowl 6pm-Close: $2.75 Game & $2.50 Shoes Tuesday Open Bowl 6pm-Close: $2.75 Game & $2.50 Shoes Wednesday Wing Night 6pm-Close: $10.95 per Person. Includes 1 hour of bowling, shoes and all you can eat wings. Thursday Dollar Night 6pm-Close: $1.00 Game & $1.00 Shoes Friday Quarter Mania 6pm-9pm: $5.00 per Person Cover Includes shoes; each game bowled is $0.25. 9pm-Midnight $9.00 per Person Includes shoes & unlimited bowling. Weekend Programming: Saturday Afternoon Special: 11am-6pm: $1.50 Games & $1.00 Shoes Saturday Night Extreme 6pm-Midnight: $9.00 per Person Includes shoes and up to 3 hours of bowling. Sunday Family Fun Special: 11am-9pm: $30.00 per Lane Includes 2 hours of bowling, 1 large 2 topping pizza, 2 pitchers of soda and shoes for up to 6 people.


Jun 15 - 40-Frame Adult Singles Tournament Jul 13 - Team Doubles Tournament Aug 17 - 40-Frame Adult Singles Tournament $20.00 per person All tournaments start at approximately noon. Pre-register or register the day of. Payout places depend on number of entries. All money goes back to prize fund after lineage.


101 Days of Bowling Jun 1-Sep 8, 6pm-Midnight Kids (12 & under) can earn 101 days of free bowling over the summer. Just come in and register at the front desk First game is Free and the second. Game is $1.00. Shoes are included with the $1.00. Ensure you get your card stamped. September 8th will be the end of summer party and all prizes will be handed out based on number of free games the kid bowled over the summer. 40 Frame Family Fun Tournament Jun 23, Jul 14, & Aug 11 This is an all-day event. Scores will be collected and winners will be notified. Cash payout for top 2 Families. Must have minimum of 3 Family members.

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Jun 1, 7pm, McCain Auditorium (K-State University) The U.S. Army Soldier Show is a high-energy ensemble production featuring all-star Soldier talent that tours the globe every summer. The show offers a wide range of popular music and stage spectacle for Soldiers, Families and the local community. Admission is free, but you must have a ticket for the show. Tickets are available at Leisure and Travel or at the McCain Box Office.


Jun 7, doors open at 6pm, Marshall Airfield Titan Fighting, the largest Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) promoter in the Midwest, is bringing Titan 25: “Fight for The Troops” to Fort Riley to honor the Soldiers of the 1st Infantry Division. These are serious fighters who are working their way toward a shot at the UFC. Expect several 1ID Soldiers to fight on the undercard beginning at 7pm. Main event fights will be televised live on AXS TV beginning at 9pm. Titan is offering reduced $20 General Admission tickets to DoD card holders which can be purchased at Leisure and Travel. Call 785-239-5614 for more information.

Tue-Sat, 11am-6pm & Sun, Noon-5pm Closed Mon & Federal Holidays Story Time Every Sat at 11:30-2pm Toddler Story Time Every Sat at 11:30am An opportunity for parents to introduce their children to reading in a fun way. Children will have an opportunity to do activities that promote development and learning. Designed for parents to participate with their children. Snacks and drinks will be provided. Movie Nights Jun 22 - Ice Age: Continental Drift Jul 20 - Rise of the Guardians Aug 24 - Wreck-it Ralph Movie Night begins at 6:30pm Bring the kids and movie pals and enjoy an evening of fun! Popcorn and drinks will be provided. Upcoming Parties Ice Cream Social! Jun 8, 1-3pm Ice cream, fun and a day in the sun! Bring your swimsuit to play in the sprinkler and slide down the slippy slide. Oh! And don’t forget to grab your ice cream cone or root beer float between turns! Watermelon Social Jul 6, 1-3pm Ice cold watermelon, water fun and a day in the sun! Bring your swimsuit to play in the sprinkler and slide down the slippy slide. Summer Reading Award Party! Aug 3 Celebrate the end of the summer reading program with a pool party for all the kids who have completed the program. Enjoy pizza, drinks and prizes. Must bring your invitation to be admitted.

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Fort Riley Super Savers Every Thu, 9-11am The Fort Riley Super Savers meet and show us new and exciting ways to save money, clip coupons, where to shop and how to get great bargains! They also teach us to dine on a dime, fun activities that are discounted or free and all the upcoming events that might interest you. It’s also a great way to make connections if you’re new to town. Summer Guide 2013 ∙ 31


DISNEY CRUISE LINE There’s more Disney enchantment at sea than ever before. Their newest ships welcome you to sail on voyages filled with legendary Disney service and incredible experiences designed to delight cruisers of every age. On both new ships, you can ride one of the first water coasters at sea, Aqua Duck! A 765-foot-long watery blast that splashes up, down and all around the top deck, over the edge of the ship and back! Military discounts are available through Leisure Travel Center. UNIVERSAL ORLANDO An entire Universe of Action, Thrills, and Excitement! Enjoy a day in the Wizarding World of Harry Potter located in Universal’s Islands of Adventure theme park or jump into the action with your favorite movie at Universal Studios Florida. Visit a real working film and TV studio where an amazing array of rides, shows and attractions make you the star. Experience the best in live music, dining, dancing, shopping, movies and more at Universal City Walk. Plus you can stay right in the heart of it all at one of three world-class on-site hotels. ANHEUSER-BUSCH ADVENTURE PARKS Sea World Parks & Entertainment is opening its doors to the Armed Forces and their Families through December 31, 2013 by offering a single day complimentary admission. For program eligibility and to register online, visit WALT DISNEY WORLD & DISNEYLAND RESORT Now through Sep 28, 2013 active and retired U.S. military personnel (including active and retired members of the United States Coast Guard, National Guard and Reservists) or their spouses can purchase Park Hopper Passes at a discounted rate. Let us assist you in putting together a package to include accommodations and other discounted attraction tickets in the area. Walt Disney World Resort 4-Day Park Hopper $156 Upgrade to include Water Parks $184

Disneyland Resort 3-Day Park Hopper for $125

No more than six Disney Military Promotional Tickets may be purchased by any eligible member of the U.S. military (or spouse) pursuant to the offer. All tickets and options are non-transferable and non-refundable and must be used by Sep 28, 2013 (certain block out dates apply). SANDALS & BEACHES Imagine having everything you can dream of on your Caribbean vacation.You can actually slow down and enjoy the warmth and charm of the islands, while indulging in a level of luxury and service found only at the world’s most extraordinary resorts. ARMED FORCES VACATION CLUB (AFVC) AFVC is a “Space Available” program that offers condominium vacations at resorts around the world for only $369 per unit per week. If you enjoy off-season activities in popular locations without the hassle of high-season prices and crowds, along with the ability to travel on 10 days notice or less, the AFVC can offer you an incredible vacation value. 32 ∙ Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation

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KANSAS CITY GET-A-WAYS Kansas Speedway Order your tickets early. Get a free Track Pass with any NASCAR Sprint Cup ticket purchase through Leisure Travel Center. The Track Pass gives you access to the infield for the pre-race concert, driver introductions and more! Free parking and bring in your own cooler filled with your favorite food and beverages! Great Wolf Lodge It’s a howlin’ good time for the whole Family, featuring 5 huge waterslides, 3 kiddie slides, 2 pools, a giant waterfront and more. Continue your adventure at Northern Lights Arcade, with over 100 games and ticket redemption. Great Wolf Lodge has something for every member of your pack! Military discounts are available through the Leisure Travel Center for several other hotels in the KC area. Schlitterbahn Rush through white water rapids on the King Kaw Rapids River. This 3,000 ft-long attraction is the park’s longest river ride. With “no wait” entry, guests begin their journey by riding up an AquaVeyer (conveyor belt lift hill).You can race through banked curves and tunnels and float in tubes for over a mile on interconnected rivers and chutes without ever leaving the water. Grab a body board and challenge Boogie Bahn, Kansas City’s only surfing ride. Discount tickets are available. Make hotel reservations through us for a great weekend get-a-way. Worlds of Fun Features over 40 rides for all ages and thrill seekers, including seven world class coasters. A new interactive educational attraction “Dinosaurs Alive!” is a multi-sensory attraction featuring over 35 life-size dinosaurs in a spectacular outdoor wooded path. Plus, little ones have an entire section of the park to themselves in Camp Snoopy and your chance to meet “Peanuts” characters! Military discounts available.


COUNTRY STAMPEDE - Manhattan Jun 27-30 Early bird tickets are now available. The 4-day military upgrade is now available for only $85.00 plus a processing fee. We also have 4-day parking for $45.00. Country Stampede is a four-day camping and music festival held at Tuttle Creek State Park in Manhattan, KS. Every year on the last full weekend in June. They feature over 30 hours of music, delicious vendor food, camping and tons of things to do in between acts on the main stage. Superstars Lady Antebellum, Scotty McCreery, Jason Aldean & Pistol Annies are already set to perform in 2013.


FAX SERVICES Fax Services available through the Leisure Travel Center. Cost is $2 first page and $1 per additional page. VACATION PLANNING The Leisure Travel Center has more choices and greater discounts for a variety of attractions and shows from California to Central Florida. The Military Travel Voucher allows you to select destinations and make reservations at a discounted price. Let us show you!

Oceans of Fun New in 2013, the largest waterpark expansion in Oceans of Fun history. The six new slides, which nearly double the park’s slide capacity, will be housed on a 65-foot-tall complex overlooking Surf City Wave Pool. At the peak stand three flat line loop slides, where guests climb into the Aqua-Launch, a chamber with a floor that suddenly drops out, sending riders on a high-speed near vertical drop and a series of loops and s-curves in a translucent flume. Know as a “constrictor”, the fourth slide features double tubes spiraling down an enclosed slide with four 360-degree tight turns. Plus, two other enclosed tube slides feature high-speed drops and banks. BRANSON GET-A-WAY Silver Dollar City Discover the adventures of a Branson vacation or getaway when you visit Silver Dollar City attractions nestled in Branson, Mo. Visit the theme park where you will step back in time to a 1880’s craft village filled with the best crafts, thrill rides, Family attractions and festivals. Military discount tickets are available. Purchase an adult ticket and receive a child’s admission ticket for free. Numerous hotels and other attractions and shows are also available for a great vacation or weekend get-a-way.

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SCCA RACE/AUTOCROSS MILITARY APPRECIATION WEEKEND Jun 1-2 Heartland Park Racetrack - Topeka, KS Show your Military ID at registration building and there is no charge to watch the racing and autocross events. For more information, visit JUNCTION CITY MUNICIPAL POOL Open through Aug 11 1017 W. 5th St. - Junction City, KS Single Admission: $3 per person Single Season Pass: $45 per person Family Season Pass: $150 per Family of 4, $30 for each additional Family member. For more information, call 785-762-6422. ARTS IN THE PARK Every Friday Night, 8pm City Park Band Shell - Manhattan, KS Admission is free to this summer-long concert series. For more information, visit ZUMBA Every Mon & Thu 6-7pm & Sat 9-10am 12th St. Community Center - Junction City, KS The Zumba program is an effective, exhilarating, Latin-inspired, easy-to-follow, calorie-burning dance fitness party.You will receive a progressive core workout, full-body cardio and strength training and have a stress-relieving, energy-producing fitness experience. For more information, call 785-238-7529. ADULT CO-ED SOFTBALL Jun 6-13, 6-8pm North Park Ball Complex - Junction City, KS $255/team - 16 years and up. For more information, call 785-238-7529.


SUNDOWN SALUTE Jul 4-7 Heritage Park - Junction City, KS The largest free Independence Day Fireworks display and Celebration in the state of Kansas features both regional and national bands, acts, food, craft vendors, car show, carnival and a fabulous fireworks display. Detailed activity listing is available online, at LITTLE APPLE MUSIC FESTIVAL Jul 13 City Park Band Shell - Manhattan, KS The 9th Annual Little Apple Music Festival unites people through their common love of music. It’s free and showcases bands on two stages. For more information, visit


“JUST TRY IT” KIDS TRY-ATHLON Aug 10 Aquatic Complex - Manhattan, KS For more information, visit PET POOLOOZA Aug 11, 1-4pm CiCo Park Pool - Manhattan, KS A day for our four-legged friends to enjoy the pool. Event is free, but a $2 donation is suggested, with proceeds benefiting the Manhattan Animal Shelter. For more information, visit

SYMPHONY IN THE FLINT HILLS Jun 15 Main Post - Fort Riley, KS The Eighth Annual Concert of Symphony in the Flint Hills will be held on Saturday, June 15, 2013 at Fort Riley. The outdoor celebration will take place on Fort Riley’s Historic Main Post, which includes the Artillery Parade Field and Cavalry Parade Field. The Kansas City Symphony, well known for performing live symphony music with a passion for excellence, is a major force in the cultural life of Kansas City and the region. For more information, visit

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FITNESS CLASS PASSES $2 Passes can be purchased at King Field House (KFH). Cash will not be accepted at class time. Classes and schedules are subject to change. Find our schedule online at and click on “Calendar” or stop by KFH for an updated copy of the monthly calendar. SPINNING A group cycling class that puts you in control of your intensity level. The low-impact ride builds cardio & strength and burns hundreds of calories. If possible, bring a sweat towel, water, & a heart rate monitor.


KING FIELD HOUSE (KFH) 202 Custer Ave. | 785-239-3868 Mon-Fri, 5am-9pm Sat, Sun, & Hol, 8am-8pm Training Holidays, 5am-9pm LEONARD FITNESS CENTER 7632 McGlachlin St. | 785-239-5771 Mon-Fri, 5am-8pm Sat, Sun, & Hol, 10am-5pm CRAIG FITNESS CENTER 7024 Apennines Dr. | 785-239-5562 Mon-Fri, 5am-9pm Sat, Sun, & Hol, 1-8pm LONG FITNESS CENTER 8069 Normandy Dr. | 785-239-4683 Mon-Fri, 5am-9pm Sat, Sun, & Hol, 8am-4pm ROBINSON FITNESS CENTER 7832 Hale St. | 785-239-4480 Mon-Fri, 5am-8pm Sat, Sun, & Hol, Noon-7pm

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AB FORCE 30-minute class targeting core strength and problem areas, including the abdominals and back. ZUMBA A fusion of Latin and international music that creates a dynamic, exciting, and effective fitness workout.

TRX Suspension training is a body weight exercise in which a variety of compound exercise movements can be performed. These are done with the aim of developing balance, flexibility, strength and joint stability simultaneously. BODY BLAST A 60-minute workout challenges all your major muscle groups. Get the results you came in for, fast! PIYO STRENGTH Get your heart rate up with a class designed to build strength & gain flexibility. Think toned abdominals, increased overall core strength and greater stability.


PERSONAL TRAINING 60 min individual session $20 | 60 min tandem 2-people session $30 Contact information for personal trainers can be found at under the sports, fitness and aquatics link. FIT 4 LIFE Get up, get out and get fit! Operation Fit 4 Life is a fitness based program designed to help you lose weight, get fit, relive stress, have fun and win prizes! INDOOR CLIMBING Craig Fitness Center’s rock wall has terrain for first-timers just learning to belay and seasoned climbers seeking a challenge. Three hour belay and ropes course required for all climbers. Contact fitness department for scheduling. BODY AGE ANALYSIS $20 Full Assessment (Free for Active Duty) $5 Tanita Body Composition Test The BodyAge analysis is an exclusive health & fitness assessment developed by Polar to provide you with a baseline measurement of your overall health & fitness level. The system takes into account a number of health and fitness markers including strength, flexibility, percentage of body fat and cardiovascular fitness. The system first collects the following information from the individual: • Health Risk Appraisals • Interactive Bicep Strength Test • Blood Pressure • Interactive Modified Sit & Reach Test • Body Weight • Cardiovascular Analysis • Body Composition Assessments Using this information, the computer calculates a person’s body age. Based on this and additional data, the computer also calculates the person’s obtainable body age (the maximum amount of years one can decrease from their body age). At this point, your trainer can generate a specific plan for you to bring you closer to your optimal health and fitness levels and optimal body age. The Polar BodyAge System is more than just an average fitness assessment. It is a whole new way of letting you know how healthy you can be.

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MIDNIGHT MADNESS SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT Tournament starts Jun 21, 6pm Registration ends Jun 19 (Open to Active Duty and DOD Cardholders +18) FIRECRACKER ONE-PITCH SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT Tournament starts Jul 6, 8am Registration ends Jul 3 (Open to Active Duty and DOD Cardholders +18)


EYSTER POOL 6940 Warren Rd. |785-239-9441 Individual Lap Swim Mon-Wed-Fri, 6:30-9am Mon-Fri, 11am-1pm

COMMUNITY LIFE CO-ED SOFTBALL LEAGUE Season runs Jul 31-Sep 25 Registration ends Jul 25 (Open to Active Duty and DOD Cardholders +18)

LONG TRAINING POOL 8069 Normandy Dr. | 785-239-4684 Unit Training Mon-Fri, 6:30-9am Training (Unit must submit memo of request 2 weeks prior to requesting date with the following information: date, time, number of Soldiers, type of training, requesting POC for memo, OIC or NCOIC responsible for Soldiers the morning of, memo signed by company commander.) Cost is $200 per Soldier. Lifeguard/CPR/AED/First Aid certification is valid for two years. Training is scheduled for July, please call 785-239-9441 for more information.

MIDNIGHT MADNESS BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Tournament starts Aug 16, 6pm Registration ends Aug 14 (Open to Active Duty and DOD Cardholders +18)

CUSTER HILL POOL 7465 Normandy Dr. 785-239-5860 May 25-Sep 2, 11am-8pm Daily Jun 18-21, 1-8pm

SAND VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT Tournament starts Aug 24, 10am Registration ends Aug 22 (Open to Active Duty and DOD Cardholders +18)

PRIVATE SWIM LESSONS Private $70 per student; 5, 45 min. lessons Semi-Private $45 per student; 5, 45 min. lessons Call 785-239-4854 to schedule your private or semi-private (up to 3 students) swim lessons with one of our American Red Cross Water Safety Instructors.

28TH ANNUAL 10-5-2 PRAIRIE RUN Jul 20; Registration ends Jul 19 King Field House (Open to All)

INTRAMURAL FLAG FOOTBALL LEAGUE Season begins Sep 3 Registration ends Aug 27 (Open to Active Duty only)

For more information or to register for Intramural Sports, or Upcoming Events, call 785-239-2813.

PRIVATE POOL PARTIES Private pool parties available! Call 785-239-9441 for dates, times and quotes.


ALOHA NIGHTS Jul 20, 6-9pm - Custer Hill Pool $25 per Family; $10 per Person All you can eat pulled pork dinner to include baked beans, tropical fruit, drinks, pickles, games and prizes!


SKIES SWIM LESSONS SKIES registration must be made at Parent Central 6620 Normandy Dr. Session 1: Jun 3-7 1:30-2:15pm PACA Level I 2:30-3:15pm Level II Level III 3:30-4:15pm Level IV PACA 5:30-6:15pm PACA Level I 6:30-7:15pm Level II Level III 7:30-8:15pm Level IV Level I Session 2: Jul 8-12 1:30-2:15pm PACA Level I 2:30-3:15pm Level II Level III 3:30-4:15pm Level IV Level II 5:30-6:15pm PACA Level I 6:30-7:15pm Level II Level III 7:30-8:15pm PACA Level I Session 3: Aug 5-9 4:00-4:45pm Level I 5:00-5:30pm PACA 6:00-6:45pm Level II 7:00-7:45pm Level III AMERICAN RED CROSS GROUP SWIM LESSONS Group Swim Lessons will be held at Eyster Pool, 6940 Warren Rd. Session 1: Jun 17-21 & 24-28 1:30-2:15pm PACA/Level I 2:30-3:15pm Level II/Level III 3:30-4:15pm Level IV/PACA 5:30-6:15pm PACA/Level I 6:30-7:15pm Level II/Level III 7:30-8:15pm Level IV/Level I Session 2: Jul 15-19 & 22-26 1:30-2:15pm PACA/Level I 2:30-3:15pm Level II/Level III 3:30-4:15pm Level IV/Level II 5:30-6:15pm PACA/Level I 6:30-7:15pm Level II/Level III 7:30-8:15pm PACA/Level I Session 3: Aug 19-23 & 26-30 4:00-4:45pm Level I 5:00-5:30pm PACA 6:00-6:45pm Level II 7:00-7:45pm Level III

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