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TABLE OF CONTENTS
5 6 Renewed Commitment Youth Sports Complex
Grand Opening September 11, 2010
To the Fort Knox Community’s Health & Fitness
Explore the New Library
The all new Barr Memorial Library has lots to offer
Turn On & Tune In
The 2010 U.S. Army Soldier Show
RECREATION AND LEISURE
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Event Program Guide
Fort Knox FMWR Director NAF Support Division Chief Managing Editors Creative Director Copy Editor
Calendar of Events
Article Coordination Article Contributor Publisher Advertising
Fort Knox Fun Page BENEFITS BARRAGE
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Our mission is to enhance the quality of life on Fort Knox by providing positive opportunities for leisure and by being stewards of our parklands, facilities, public trees, and other resources entrusted to our care. The Fort Knox FMWR Community Recreation Division has been accredited since October 2007.
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Opportunity Knox is a monthly magazine produced by the Fort Knox FMWR Marketing Department under the authority of AR 215-1. Facilities and activities publicized are open to authorized patrons. The purpose of Opportunity Knox is to provide current information about Fort Knox FMWR activities and events and to share ideas that will help readers become educated about Fort Knox FMWR activities and motivate them to take full advantage of these programs that contribute to our Fort Knox Soldiers and Military Families’ better quality of OLIH9LHZVDQGRSLQLRQVH[SUHVVHGDUHWKRVHRIWKH authors. The mention or appearance of commercial advertisers, commercial sponsors, and/or their logos does not constitute endorsement by the Federal Government or the U.S. Army. The information in this issue is current at the time of publication; activities and events are subject to change without notice. Fort Knox FMWR Marketing is located at 4248 Bullion Boulevard, Fort Knox, Kentucky. For more information, call (502) 624-3693 or log on to www.KnoxMWR.com.
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SNAPSHOTS FROM AROUND THE ARMY
Recreation & Leisure Anderson Indoor Aquatics Center Auto Crafts Barr Memorial Library Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers (BOSS) Bullion Bingo Camp Carlson Commercial Scale Equipment Checkout Center Falls Landing Miniature Golf Course Fencing & Tent Rental French Shooting Club Gallottaâ€™s Grill Gammon Physical Fitness Center Hansen Community Center Hansen Gallery (Frame Shop) Houston Bowling Center Houston Bowling - Strike Zone ITR: Information Ticketing & Registration Leaders Club Leaders Club Catering Office Lindsey Golf Course Natcher Physical Fitness Center Otto Physical Fitness Center Outdoor Sports Facilities Patton Museum Gift Shop Rocker II Club Smith Physical Fitness Center Sports Programs Stables Thrift Shop Water Park (Seasonal)
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As you drive down Wilson Road you will now notice
The Fort Knox Community is invited to join the Family &
that construction to the Youth Sports Complex is at a
MWR Team on September 11 from 10:30 AM to 2:00 PM
minimum, that is because the Family & MWR Team is
as they celebrate this special event. The ceremony will
putting the final touches on the facility for its Grand
begin with Welcome and Remarks from BG Petrenko.
opening on September 11.
This celebration will kick off the first games for the Fall Soccer and Football seasons. Activities for the day
The Sports Complex will be the extreme experience
include an inflatable water slide, inflatable jumping
for Youth ages three through High School. The Sports
activities, and special guests to include the Fort Knox
Complex comes fully equipped with five soccer fields,
Fire Dept., Fort Knox Law Enforcement, and Former
one football field, two minor baseball fields, one major
NFL and U of L football player, Mike Brown. Mike
baseball field, and one Babe Ruth baseball field. Each
Brown played football for the Falcons and Red Skins
sports field will have lights to make night games the
and will be bringing some signed NFL memorabilia
ultimate experience. The complex also includes a
with him the day of the event.
concession stand, press box, scoreboards, and electric marquee to assist in advertising upcoming events.
A FREE soccer clinic will also be available for all Fort
Playgrounds, covered pavilions and walking paths are
Knox soccer participants provided by the Kentucky
also available for Soldiers and Families to enjoy.
Youth Soccer Association. Coaches and participants are invited to join the KYSA staff for fun, games and
The Youth Sports Complex will provide a centralized
the opportunity to enhance their soccer skills.
location for Fort Knox Community youth sports activities and a state of the art venue for youth to develop
Spend the day at the new Youth Sports Complex.
their skills in team and individual sports, as well as
Everyone in attendance will have the opportunity to win
experience friendly competition and sportsmanship.
give-a-ways and receive a free hot dog, chips and drink!
RENEWED COMMITMENT TO THE FORT KNOX COMMUNITY’S HEALTH & FITNESS Construction has consumed Family & MWR buildings
upright and recumbent bikes and eventually a TRX
for the past several months. It is hard to miss the
training system. There will be wall mounted speed-bags
work going on at the Barr Memorial Library, Rocker
and heavy bags for boxing enthusiasts. It also contains
II, Houston Bowling Center and the list goes on. One
a 10,944 square foot basketball court with one main
facility in particular that has been closed for the past
floor goal setup or two side floor setups. Electronically
several months is being transformed into a new and
raised goals, scoreboard, and bleacher system will
improved state of the art facility that our soldiers and
appeal to Intramural Sports, Unit ceremonies, and
families will be proud to utilize in the near future.
special Family and MWR functions. The facility has enlarged saunas, new lockers, central heating and air
The Otto Physical Fitness Center was built in 1970 and
and an in house stereo system. The balcony and weight
was named after 2LT William F. Otto, who in 1966 was
room sport 55-inch fully loaded HD televisions.
tragically killed in action in South Vietnam by small arms fire. Lieutenant Otto was given the Distinguished
On September 2, 2010 the doors of Otto Physical
Service Cross for his heroism and bravery. Since that
Fitness Center will once again open to meet the needs
time the fitness center has met several different needs.
of the Fort Knox Community. Please join the Family &
During the 70’s and 80’s, it served as a gymnasium for
MWR Team for an Official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
personnel working on the installation. In addition, it was
from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM to celebrate the completion
also used for an inclement weather PT site and a payroll
of the locally funded construction and renovation
center for incoming Reception and Basic Trainees.
There will be a ceremony provided by our
Garrison Commander, to include refreshments, a The newly renovated Otto Physical Fitness Center has
tour, and demonstrations of the new facility.
something for everyone. Renovations include a 20,784 square foot facility, which boasts a 6,000 square foot
Family and MWR staff of Otto and other staff of the Family
mirrored wall weight room extension, an overhead
and MWR team will be present to answer any questions
running track, over sixty-seven pieces of Nautilus and
about using Otto Fitness Center. Hours of operation,
Hammer Strength free-weights, and circuit equipment.
starting Tuesday, September 2, will be Monday through
A separate 3,840 square foot section offers a mirrored
Friday, 5:30 AM – 9:00 PM and Saturday, Sunday,
wall balcony area holding over twenty-five cardio
Holidays, and Training Holidays, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
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For more information, please call (502) 624-3316.
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Barr Memorial Library is ready to be Fort Knox’s premier resource for information and recreation needs! Combining the best of traditional library service – books, DVDs, research materials, and story hour for kids - with high-tech, fast and diverse technology, the Post can now enjoy a completely renovated and expanded Library starting this month. Soldiers and their families, retirees, civilian employees, contractors, students of on Post schools all have access to the Library. Whether you are borrowing the newest bestseller, using a computer, or meeting a friend for a cup of cappuccino at the all new Java Café, there’s something for everyone at the Library.
Are you looking for somewhere quiet to study? Check out the study space in the Library’s new addition. Do you need FREE Internet access for your laptop, smartphone, or other wireless device? Find yourself a comfortable seat and logon anywhere in the Library using our FREE Wi-Fi. Are you looking for a great book for your children? Bring your family to the Children’s Rainforest for a classic or the newest kid’s book we have to offer. Do you just need a cool and safe place for your teens to hang out? Explore the mysteries of the Area 51 Teen Zone. There is almost always something special happening at the Library too! Make sure you check out the Library’s online calendar of events at www.barrlibrary.org to find out about the great schedule of programs for adults, teens and children. “We want to be the best Army library and on par with the best public libraries in America,” said Michael Steinmacher, the Library’s director. “It’s important for us to provide services and programs that are responsive to the needs of our community,” he added.
The Library is named for MG David Goodwin Barr, 1895-1970, who served as Commanding General of the Armor Center and Commandant of the Armor School in 1951.
MG Barr’s U.S. awards and
decorations include the Distinguished Service Cross, Distinguished Service Medal (2nd OLC), Silver Star (OLC), Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross, and the Air Medal (3rd OLC). The Barr Memorial Library is located at the corner of W. Spearhead Division Avenue and Dixie Street, just across the way from the Education Center and Main Post Chapel. The Library is open 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM Monday through Thursday and 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Friday and Saturday. It is closed Sundays and Federal Holidays. If you’d like more information about the Library, please call (502) 624-5351.
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Why is Oktoberfest in September? The answer goes back to 1810 during the dark days of beer drinking before the modern miracle of refridgeration. In those days in Germany, beer would never be brewed in the summer months. The batches would never turn out good. The last batches were usually made in March. These last batches would have higher alcohol content to take advantage of alcohol as a preservative.
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Traditionally, there would be a big fest starting on the last Saturday in September until the First Sunday in October. The purpose was to drink up the old stocks of beer to make room for the new brew that would be made after harvest. The tradition goes back to the 15th and 16th Centuries. 7KHÀUVWRIÀFLDO2NWREHUIHVWZDVKHOG in 1810. Crown Prince Ludwig threw a big party to celebrate his wedding to Princess Therese on October 12, 1810. The party was open to all. Everyone liked it so much they kept having the party every year.
The All American Picnic
n July 17 2010, Family and MWR presented “The All American Picnic” at Gallotta’s Grill. Soldiers and Family Members were
treated to great food, outdoor games and a live band. By an average score of 4.23 out of 5, participants reported experiencing an increase in family unity. By an average score of 4.33 out of 5, participants reported experiencing a decrease in stress. For more information about this event or other programs in this guide, please call (502) 624-4762.