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STRENGTHEN YOUR BODY, MIND & SOUL FALL PROGRAM GUIDE

Sept 1–Dec 31

2013

THE SALVATION ARMY RAY AND JOAN KROC CORPS COMMUNITY CENTER

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FIND MEMBERSHIP RATES & DETAILS ONLINE. WWW.KROCCENTERHAWAII.ORG

LIFE ENRICHMENT

PG. 5

ARTS & CULTURE

PG. 8

AQUATICS

PG. 11

ATHLETICS

PG. 14

HEALTH & WELLNESS

PG. 16

MINISTRY

PG. 20

OPERATING HOURS Mon–Fri: 5am–9pm, Sat: 7am–9pm, Sunday: 8am–8pm Hours are subject to change. Please visit the website, www.KrocCenterHawaii.org, for current hours, schedules, and events.

PLANNED FACILITY CLOSURES SEPTEMBER 2, LABOR DAY: 8AM–4PM NOVEMBER 11, VETERAN’S DAY: 8AM–4PM NOVEMBER 28, THANKSGIVING DAY: CLOSED NOVEMBER 29, POST THANKSGIVING DAY: 8AM–4PM DECEMBER 24, CHRISTMAS EVE: 8AM–NOON DECEMBER 25, CHRISTMAS DAY: CLOSED DECEMBER 31, NEW YEAR’S EVE: 8AM–NOON JANUARY 1, NEW YEAR’S DAY: CLOSED On holidays with reduced hours, check with Member Services Desk for Drop–in Fitness Classes offered and Child Watch hours.

KROC SAFETY The Salvation Army is dedicated to keeping children and vulnerable adults safe from physical, emotional and sexual harm. We refer to our safety efforts as Protecting The Mission. Please visit us online to review our safety policies. 2

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www.KrocCenterHawaii.org

LOCATION Kroc Center Hawaii is located in West Oahu just off Kualaka‘i Parkway (North·South Rd).

PUBLISHED BY The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center

91–3257 Kualaka’i Parkway, Ewa Beach, HI 96706 (808) 682–5505 www.KrocCenterHawaii.org

Schedules, Pricing, and Programming subject to change without notice.


KROC GUIDING PRINCIPLES Welcome to Kroc Center Hawaii.

The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Its message is based on the Bible. Its ministry is motivated by the love of God. Its mission is to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.

REGISTER FOR CLASSES

~Major Phil Lum & Major Debbie Lum

MISSION STATEMENT: Save Souls, Grow Saints, Serve Suffering Humanity

VISION STATEMENT: Kroc Center Hawaii is a community center where relationships, individuals and families thrive–all in the name of Jesus.

CLASS AND PROGRAM CANCELLATIONS Full payment is expected at the time of enrollment. No cash refunds are given unless the program is cancelled by Kroc Center Hawaii. If the program is cancelled by Kroc Center Hawaii, you will be given the choice of a full credit or a cash refund. If you request to cancel your class enrollment five or more days prior to the first class, you will receive a full credit on a Kroc Center gift card minus a $5 processing fee or you may choose to transfer to another session if available. Requests made less than five days prior to the start date are not eligible for a refund or credit, except in the case of personal emergencies. No credits or pro–rated credits will be issued for missed days of camp or class due to illness, partial attendance, behavior issues, or any other reason.

Programs at Kroc Center Hawaii are open to everyone. Enrolling for program classes does not require Kroc Center Membership. HOW TO ENROLL 1. Fill out Program Enrollment form, located at the Member Services Desk or download online at www.KrocCenterHawaii.org. 2. Turn in Program Enrollment form along with payment to the Member Services Desk. If class is full, you will be added to a wait list. Payment will be processed only if space becomes available. Classes are available on a first–come, first–served basis.

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE

A healthy lifestyle starts here—no matter your age. 1

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Ages 13 & Up* Ages 3 & Up

LEARN–TO–SWIM LESSONS, PG 11-12

Ages 15 & Up

LIFEGUARD TRAINING, PG 13

Ages 10–15

JR. LIFEGUARDING CLUB, PG 13

Ages 5 & Up

JR. SWIM PROGRAM, PG 13

Ages 13 & Up*

GROUP FITNESS CLASSES (SEE SCHEDULE ONLINE)

Ages 6–17

SPORTS CLINICS, PG 14

Ages 13 & Up

COMMUNITY EDUCATION CLASSES, PG 5-6

Ages 12 & Up

YOUTH MINISTRY, PG 21

Ages 0–11

CHILDREN'S MINISTRY, PG 21

Ages 2–5 Ages 16+

COMMUNITY CHOIR, PG 22 WORSHIP SERVICE, PG 20

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Ages 6 Months & Up

AQUA GROUP FITNESS (SEE SCHEDULE ONLINE)

KEIKI LEARNING CENTER PRESCHOOL, PG 4

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Ages 5 & Up

ART CLASSES, PG 8–10 CHILD WATCH (SEE HOURS ONLINE)

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All Ages

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Kroc Keiki Learning center: A great place to grow.

ENROLL FOR PRESCHOOL TODAY! SCHOOL HOURS Monday–Friday: 6:30am–5:30pm

Thank you for considering The Salvation Army Kroc Keiki Learning Center for your child’s preschool experience. We are a licensed group care center for children ages 2–5. Enrollment is now open for all classes. We are looking forward to working with you and your family for the best learning experience possible. We welcome conversation about your child’s needs. Please feel free to set up an in–person meeting.

RESERVE YOUR CHILD’S PLACE TODAY.

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VISIT US ONLINE. Complete the Keiki Learning Center Enrollment Application available online at www.KrocCenterHawaii.org. SUBMIT INFORMATION. Please mail completed application along with non– refundable $40 application fee to Kroc Keiki Learning Center, P.O. Box 700909, Kapolei, HI 96709–0909. Make checks payable to The Salvation Army Kroc Center Hawaii. We also accept Visa, Mastercard or American Express. Please call (808) 693–8337. Enrollment is on a first come basis, based on the date your application and deposit are received. You will be notified as openings become available. PREPARE FOR SCHOOL. Upon enrollment, you will receive an information packet to complete before beginning school. These will include various release forms and Student’s Health Record, form 14 (to be completed by your child’s pediatrician). The Department of Human Services requires us to have information on your child’s last physical exam (within one year of starting school), immunization records and TB clearance.

For pricing and complete details, visit us online at www.KrocCenterHawaii.org or contact: Rachel Tanaka, Early Childhood Education Director Rachel.Tanaka@usw.salvationarmy.org, (808) 693–8337 4

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Life Enrichment Classes MEMBERSHIP NOT REQUIRED!

FREE MINI WORKSHOPS These quick–and–easy workshops are a fun way to build confidence in career, home, community or self. Make it a night out by bringing your friends. You’ll leave inspired and ready to take on the world. All workshops are located in the Education & Resource Room. Space is limited. Please reserve your seat by signing up at the Member Services Desk.

COUPONING

YOUR MONEY. YOUR STORY. YOUR LIFE.

Merimine Clark, Education & Resource Classroom Shopping with coupons can save you a lot of money! Come learn the skill of maximizing your shopping list while minimizing your bill with coupons. Bring your coupons to swap with others! Min. 1; Max. 40

FREE!

Ages 13 & Up

THIS CHANGES EVERYTHING Learn how to get rid of debt, manage your money, spend and save wisely, and much more.

FINANCIAL PEACE UNIVERSITY Dave Ramsey, Education & Resource Classroom Understand the forces behind your financial distress, create a budget that really works, set achievable goals, and make things right for you and your family–financially, emotionally and spiritually Min. 1; Max. 40 10 sessions. Ages 16 & Up. $50 for kit. 1st session is orientation. CLASS #

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SUNDAYS, SEPT. 1–NOV. 3

NOON–1:30PM

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TUESDAY, SEPT. 3

6PM–8PM

THE ROAD TO COLLEGE Leslie Moody, Education & Resource Classroom If you want to know what to expect in college, come to this College 101 class and learn the realities from A–Z. Learn about applications, getting accepted, and how to navigate these processes. For athletes and non– athletes. Min. 1; Max. 40

FREE!

Ages 13 & Up CLASS #

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

6PM–8PM

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FREE MINI WORKSHOPS

VISION BOARD

IPHONE PHOTO ORGANIZATION & EDITING WITH IPHOTO

Leslie Moody, Education & Resource Classroom

Arlen Nagata, Education & Resource Classroom

Learn how to create a visual representation of dreams and goals. If you can see it and believe it, you can achieve it. Habakkuk 2:2 says, “Write the vision and make it plain.” Bring any magazines that you no longer need. Min. 1; Max. 40

Learn how to import and organize photos, what face detection with “Faces” and Geotag with “Places” is all about, and how to do simple photo editing to enhance picture quality. Bring your own iPhone and questions. Min. 1; Max. 40

Ages 16 & Up

Ages 13 & Up

FREE!

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19

6PM–8PM

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17

6PM–8PM

BRUSHING UP ON YOUR JOB INTERVIEW SKILLS

MICROSOFT EXCEL 101 BASICS

Leslie Moody, Education & Resource Classroom

Arlen Nagata, Education & Resource Classroom

Job interviews can be very intimidating. In this class you will get tips on how to be successful in your interview. Min. 1; Max. 40

Use Excel for calculations, creating charts and storing data. Learn basic functions like “Sum” for adding up a column and basic formatting for your spreadsheets. Min. 1; Max. 20

FREE!

Ages 16 & Up CLASS #

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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER, 24

6PM–8PM

GENEALOGY 101

FREE!

Ages 13 & Up CLASS #

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24

6PM–8PM

Sonny Gay, Education & Resource Classroom

COLLEGE TUITION–HELP!

Are you curious about your family history and lineage? Come learn how to use FamilySearch.org. Min. 1; Max. 40

Leslie Moody, Education & Resource Classroom

FREE!

Ages 13 & Up CLASS #

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3

6PM–8PM

HIGHER EDUCATION–COLLEGE, VOCATIONAL OR TRADE SCHOOL? Leslie Moody, Education & Resource Classroom Not sure which path to take after high school? Come learn what your options might be for higher education. Bring your parents. Parents, bring your teenagers! Min. 1; Max. 40

FREE!

Ages 13 & Up CLASS #

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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10

6PM–8PM

IPHONE/IPAD 101—THE BASICS Arlen Nagata, Education & Resource Classroom Got a new iPhone/iPad and want to know how to use it? Learn the basics of your iPhone/iPad including how to set up email and calendar, backup and sync contacts, camera tips and tricks, how to find your way with Maps, purchase and install new Apps, and manage your social networks (Twitter, Facebook, Google, etc.). Come with your own iPhone/iPad and questions. Min. 1; Max. 40

FREE!

Ages 13 & Up.

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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15

6PM–8PM

Don’t have a clue how you will pay for college? Come learn about scholarships, financial aid, grants, the application process, and very important deadlines. Min. 1; Max. 40

FREE!

Ages 13 & Up CLASS #

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3CE1090

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7

6PM–8PM

DESIGN ON A DIME Leslie Moody, Education & Resource Classroom Want your home to look fabulous for the holiday season but you’re on a tight budget? Come get tips on how to decorate and “design on a dime”. Min. 1; Max. 40

FREE!

Ages 16 & Up CLASS #

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14

6PM–8PM


EVERYONE BELONGS AT KROC.

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR KROC MEMBERSHIP NOW AVAILABLE.

Joan Kroc’s vision and expectation was that all individuals have equal opportunities to grow their natural gifts and talents. We are now offering member scholarships for individuals and families who qualify.

GETTING STARTED IS EASY. Pick–up a Scholarship Application today at the Member Services Desk. You will be asked to verify income during the application process. Application deadline is the 15th of every month to be processed within the following month. For more information, visit us online or call our Family Services Manager at 693–8307.

REFUEL AT KROC CAFE DAILY HOT LUNCH SPECIALS SALADS AND SANDWICHES ESPRESSO AND COFFEE DRINKS SOFT SERVE, SLUSHIES AND FLOATS GOURMET SNACKS AND PASTRIES FRAPPES AND SPECIALTY DRINKS

CAFE OPEN DAILY

OHA R AL E O F BLE HON AILA , TELEP RTS V A S ITIES , SPO OUR TUN RSHIP T TANCE R O BE SSIS OPP E E R G, M E M P I N G A T N A U N V O L G R E E T I A N D S C M O R E! L K , S S T G E IN D LO Kroc Center Hawaii W E R G, A N D S N A N has great opportunities for I CH COA volunteers! You can make a difference by donating your time. For more information, visit the Member Services call 2013 693–8318. Desk or FALL 7


INSTRUCTOR BIOS

Arts

PETER SHEPARD COLE

RACHEL LAVATAI

Peter is an Oahu based artist working primarily in oil on canvas. His paintings deal with Hawaii’s unique history and vulnerable environment, while addressing painting’s historic role in the representation of cultural identity. He was raised on the North Shore of Oahu, received his MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and his BA from the University of California San Diego.

Rachel was born and raised here on Oahu. She is a Meteorology student at UH Manoa and enjoys music, science classes, hiking, Stand–Up–Paddle, and all outdoor activities. She loves being out on the ocean; it allows her to keep falling in love with the island and makes her thankful for God’s marvelous creation. Making jewelry is a hobby–turned– business and she loves to share with others how you don’t have to spend a fortune on accessories when you can make them yourself!

JOANNA LAM Joanna was born and raised in the state of Hawaii, and in 2010 earned her Bachelor degree in Studio Art, focusing in drawing and painting, and a minor in dance at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. Joanna has studied the techniques of traditional masters in an Atelier program and is now a working artist, teaching art classes to children as young as four years old through adults. Joanna’s heart and life’s passion is to use the many forms of art and dance as worship for the glory of God to inspire and impact people of all generations and nationalities.

Through our own instructors and in a unique partnership with the Honolulu Museum of Art, Kroc Center Hawaii brings you art classes to explore your creative side while gaining lifetime skills.

DANIELLE OLIVA Danielle graduated from UH Manoa in 2011 with a BFA in ceramics and has since been working at the Honolulu Museum of Art School. She enjoys drawing, painting, print making, crocheting and working with clay. Being excited about what you can create with your own two hands is a great way to get inspired and change the world around you!

ART WORKSHOPS

Kroc Center Hawaii and the Honolulu Museum of Art School reserve the right to use class participant names, artwork, images, or pictures in any advertising or promotion of future classes.

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LEAH BUTED Leah has always enjoyed working with makeup and hair and discovered a special talent for it as a young girl. A recent graduate of the Hawaii Institute of Hair Design, Leah is a licensed business owner creating hair and makeup looks for people of all ages. She is very excited to be sharing her artistic gift in makeup with others.

JESSE VELASQUEZ Born and raised on the Leeward side of Oahu, Jesse started dabbling with spray paint at the age of 14. He now creates murals and art work with spray paint as his main medium; his artwork is influenced by culture, graffiti art, and everyday life.

JEWELRY–MAKING

MAKEUP FOR YOU

Rachel Lavatai, Art Studio

Leah Buted, Art Studio

Have you ever wanted to learn how to make your own jewelry? Here is your chance! At the end of each workshop, you’ll take home a beautiful piece of jewelry created by you. You will also take home the know–how to continue to create these wearable works of art that you can keep for yourself or give as special gifts just in time for the Christmas season! Min. 3; Max. 12

If you love makeup but aren’t quite sure what to do with it, or if you’d like to learn a few new tricks of the trade, this is the class for you! Come and learn how to use makeup to enhance your own personal style–makeup for YOU. Bring your own makeup and learn how to use it to the best of its ability. Upon registration, you will be given a list of suggested makeup items to bring to maximize your class experience. Min. 2; Max. 12

Ages 16 & Up. $35 per class

SUPPLIES INCLUDED

BRING YOUR OWN MAKEUP

Ages 16 & Up. $70 per class

GOTTA–HAVE–EM EARRINGS TUESDAY, SEPT 10, 6–8PM, #3AC1050

OOH LA LA RINGS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 6PM–8PM, #3AC1051

BEACH BUM BEAUTY BRACELETS TUESDAY, NOV 12, 6–8PM, #3AC1052

DECK THE HALLS HOLIDAY JEWELRY TUESDAY, DEC 10, 6–8PM, #3AC1053

EVERY DAY AND OFFICE MAKEUP TUESDAY, SEPT 17, 5–7PM, #3AC1054

EVENING AND GLAM MAKEUP TUESDAY, NOV 19, 5–7PM, #3AC1055

SIGN W –U P FRIENITH A GET D AND $1 EAC 0 OFF H!


ADULT ART CLASSES

ADULT DRAWING & PAINTING Peter Cole (Honolulu Museum of Arts), Art Studio Making images is a basic human instinct, but drawing and painting are skills we often leave behind in childhood. This class will reopen the world of making pictures using various media. Experiment with charcoal, ink, watercolor and/or acrylic while learning to use line, tone, perspective and color. Each session will focus on one type of subject matter, such as still life, landscape, or the clothed human figure. Min. 9; Max. 23 14 sessions. Ages 18 & Up. $240 (Additional cost for supplies in addition to the course fee. Supply list will be provided upon registration.) CLASS #

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*MONDAYS, SEPT 9–DEC 16

9AM–12PM

*No class on Nov 11 (Veteran’s Day)

OIL PAINTING

DRAWING

Joanna Lam, Art Studio

Joanna Lam, Art Studio

Beginning or experienced painters are welcome! Students will learn basic oil painting techniques and practice painting projects geared around a common technique or theme. Min. 9; Max. 14

In this class, students will learn the foundational techniques of drawing with attention to line, value, proportion, perspective and composition. Students will also explore a variety of materials, techniques and concepts in the art of drawing. Min. 9; Max.14

8 sessions. Ages 18 & Up. $100 (Additional cost for supplies in addition to the course fee. Supply list will be provided upon registration.) CLASS #

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THURSDAYS, SEPT 26–NOV 14

10AM–12PM

TEEN ART CLASSES KROC ART ACADEMY The Kroc Art Academy is designed to take students throughout an entire year of art classes, continuously building on the skills they learn in each session. Through our fall, spring and summer sessions, students will develop their abilities and understanding of art concepts, technique and art history.

8 sessions. Ages 16 & Up. $120 (Supplies are included. Students will receive an art kit that will be theirs to keep.) CLASS #

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THURSDAYS, SEPT 26–NOV 14

1PM–3PM

10% OFF

ARTS & CLAS CULTURE SE MEM S FOR BERS

CLASSICAL ART TRACK INTRO TO ART I–LEVEL ONE

SUPPLIES INCLUDED

Joanna Lam, Art Studio Intro to Art is a brief exposure to several different art forms and techniques to allow students to experiment with different art materials, gain a basic understanding of visual art forms, and become familiar with identifying different styles in art. Min. 8; Max. 12 8 sessions. Grades 7–12. $100 CLASS #

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THURSDAYS, SEPT 26–NOV 14

5PM–6:30PM

URBAN ART TRACK GRAFFITI & AEROSOL ART–LEVEL ONE Jesse Velasquez, Art Studio This class is focused on teaching students the history and basics of the art form that was created for the youth, by the youth. Level One begins with drawing and sketching; in Levels 2 and 3, students will learn the safety and procedures to using aerosol paint as well as the common techniques and processes to creating murals with aerosol paint. Min. 8; Max. 14 SUPPLIES INCLUDED

8 sessions. Grades 7–12. $80 CLASS #

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FRIDAYS, SEPT 27–NOV 15

5PM–7PM

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YOUTH ART CLASSES

INTRO TO ART

EXPLORING ARTS

Joanna Lam, Art Studio

Danielle Oliva (Honolulu Museum of Art), Art Studio

Intro to Art gives students a brief exposure to several different art forms and techniques to allow students to experiment with different art materials, gain a basic understanding of visual art forms, and become familiar with identifying different styles in art. Min. 8; Max. 14

Children experiment with different types of media and learn basic techniques in drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture in clay and other materials. The art instructor creates a lesson plan appropriate for the grade level. Min. 12; Max. 15

8 sessions. Grades K–2. $70

11 Sessions. Grades K–3. $175.

SUPPLIES INCLUDED

SUPPLIES INCLUDED

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THURSDAYS, SEPT 26–NOV 14

3:30PM–4:30PM

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SATURDAYS, SEPT 14–NOV 23

9:30–11:30AM

11 Sessions. Grades 4–6. $175. Min. 12; Max. 18 CLASS #

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NOON–2PM

DRAWING & PAINTING FOR YOUTH Danielle Oliva (Honolulu Museum of Art), Art Studio This class will experiment with a variety of techniques using pencil, charcoal, Conte crayon, soft and oil pastels, ink, tempera and acrylic paints. Projects may include and are not limited to lessons in still–life, value, perspective and color. Min. 10; Max. 22 SUPPLIES INCLUDED

11 Sessions. Grades 4–6. $175 CLASS #

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WEDNESDAYS, SEPT 11–NOV 20

4PM–6PM

10%O FF

ARTS & CLAS CULTURE SE MEM S FOR BERS

CALLING ALL LIL’ MONSTERS, AGES 3–5!

Join our art club for a season of creative fun! You’ll get a special club membership card and a birthday card mailed to you on your birthday with a special treat just for you. Every month, we’ll have a special Monsters Activity Day, where you and your parents will enjoy special arts and crafts and other fun activities! Min. 6

AGES 3–5. ONLY $25 FOR 4 MONTHS, SEPT–DEC #3AC1064

SUPPLIES INCLUDED

MONSTER ACTIVITY DAYS

B U L C T AR 10 FALL 2013

MONDAY, SEPT 9

4PM–5:30PM

MONDAY, OCT. 14

4PM–5:30PM

MONDAY, NOV 4

4PM–5:30PM

MONDAY, DEC 9

4PM–5:30PM


AQUATIC CENTER RULES The rules in this section apply to all areas of the Aquatic Center. Lifeguards are responsible for enforcing guidelines and any additional rules which in their judgment will help to maintain a safe environment. Failure to adhere to these and any other rules and policies may result in disciplinary action. • Please shower before entering pool. Persons who leave the pool to use the restroom must shower before re–entering.

Aquatics Swim Lessons

• Infants and toddlers are required to wear swim diapers. Children who are not toilet trained are required to wear approved swim diapers and plastic pants. • Any person having an infectious or communicable disease shall be excluded from using the pool. Patrons with open blisters, cuts, etc. are warned that these are likely to become infected and are advised not to use the pool. • The pool will immediately close in the event of an accidental pool contamination and will not re–open until proper water quality standard is restored. • No spitting, spouting water, blowing the nose, etc. in the pool.

LEARN–TO–SWIM CLASSES GETTING STARTED There are four levels in the Learn to Swim Program. Each level includes the teaching and assessment of swimming and water

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safety skills. Students are moved through the progressive levels as they accomplish the skills required at each level. Please note that a student may remain at the same level for multiple sessions until they master the skills necessary to advance to the next level. The lessons are taught in small group classes by Certified American Red Cross Instructors and Aides. Kroc Instructors make

ADULT SWIM CLASSES

AQUATICS DEPARTMENT (808) 693–8346

From beginning swimmers to triathletes, our professional aquatic instructors can provide the skills and support you need in the pool! Whether you want to improve your stroke or build your confidence, adult swim lessons are a great place to start. LEVEL 2–ADULT FUNDAMENTAL AQUATIC SKILLS Staff Instructor, Aquatic Center Introduction to fundamental swimming skills. Must be able to submerge face and head under water comfortably, blow bubbles, float on front and back with limited support, and kick feet in an alternating motion. Min. 6; Max. 10 6 Sessions. Ages 15 & Up. $100 CLASS #

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SATURDAYS, SEPT 7–OCT 12

10AM–11AM

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SATURDAYS, OCT 19–NOV 23

10AM–11AM

8 Sessions. Ages 15 & Up. $125 CLASS #

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TUESDAYS, SEPT 10–OCT 29

5PM–6PM

LEVEL 3–ADULT STROKE DEVELOPMENT

swimming lessons fun and help students develop

Staff Instructor, Aquatic Center

both swimming skills and self confidence. Swim lessons are 25–minutes in length. Five minutes are

Build on fundamental skills. Must be able to float on front and back without support for 10 seconds, push off wall in a prone position and swim 3 body lengths without support using any arm stroke. Min. 6; Max. 10

given between lessons to enter and exit the pool. For

6 Sessions. Ages 15 & Up. $100

maximum efficiency, please be on time and dressed

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in swimwear prior to the lesson start time. Please

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SATURDAYS, SEPT 7–OCT 12

9–10AM

remember to bring a towel.

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SATURDAYS, OCT 19–NOV 23

9–10AM

8 Sessions. Ages 15 & Up. $125 CLASS #

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THURSDAYS, SEPT 12–OCT 31

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TEEN SWIM YOUTH SWIM

LEVEL 3–TEEN STROKE DEVELOPMENT

LEVEL 4–TEEN STROKE REFINEMENT

Staff Instructor, Aquatic Center

Staff Instructor, Aquatic Center

Build on fundamental skills and start to introduce basic swim skills. Must be able to push off wall in a prone position and swim 3 body lengths without support using overarm stroke, back float without support and tread water for 10 seconds. Min. 6; Max. 12

Build on swimming stroke techniques. Must be able to swim the following strokes for a distance of 25 yards: front crawl, back crawl and elementary backstroke. Must demonstrate the coordination for breast stroke and butterfly. Min. 6; Max. 12

8 sessions. Ages 10 & Up. $125

8 Sessions. Ages 11 & Up. $125

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TUE/THUR, SEPT 10–OCT 3

4:45–5:30PM

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WED/FRI, SEPT 11–OCT 4

4:45PM–5:30PM

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TUE/THUR, OCT 15–NOV 7

4:45–5:30PM

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WED/FRI, OCT 16–NOV 8

4:45PM–5:30PM

For guidance in determining which class is the best

LEVEL 2–FUNDAMENTAL AQUATIC SKILLS

match for your child’s ability level, please visit or

Staff Instructor, Aquatic Center

contact the Aquatics Department at (808) 693–8346.

This class builds on skills learned in Level 1. Students will be introduced to alternating/similitude, arm and kicking skills, floating position and rhythmic breathing. Must be able to submerge head completely under water comfortably. Min. 6; Max. 9

TINY TOTS SWIM PROGRAM Staff Instructor, Aquatic Center Children will learn basic water skills through play and simple instruction and will build on the tots’ enjoyment of the water. Parents will also learn how to reinforce the skills their children learn. Parents are asked to enter the water with tots 2–3 yrs. old or first–time swimmers. Min. 4; Max. 5

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MON–FRI, OCT 7–OCT 11

11–11:30AM

8 Sessions. Ages 5–8. $125

6 Sessions. Ages 2–4. $90 CLASS #

5 Sessions. Ages 5–8. $100

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TUE/THUR SEPT 10–SEPT 26

11–11:30AM

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SATURDAYS, SEPT 7–OCT 12

11–11:30AM

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TUE/THUR, SEPT 10–OCT 3

4–4:30PM

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SATURDAYS, OCT 19–DEC 7

11–11:30AM

LEVEL 3–STROKE DEVELOPMENT

PRE–SCHOOL–INTRODUCTION TO LEARN–TO–SWIM PROGRAM

Staff Instructor, Aquatic Center

Staff Instructor, Aquatic Center For first–time swimmers. This class will increase students’ comfort in the water and will start to develop basic water safety skills. Students will learn how to put their faces in the water, control their breath and float. Min. 6; Max. 8

Build on fundamental skills and introduce basic swim skills. Must be able to push off wall in a prone position and swim 3 body lengths without support using any arm stroke, back float without support and tread water for 10 seconds. Students will be introduced to the front crawl, breast stroke, elementary back stroke, dolphin kick and scissors kick. Min. 6; Max. 9

5 Sessions. Ages 4–6. $100

5 sessions. Ages 6–9. $100

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3AQ1242

MON–FRI, OCT 7–OCT 11

12:15–12:45PM

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3AQ1243

WED/FRI, SEPT 11–OCT 4

11–11:30AM

LEVEL 1–INTRODUCTION TO WATER SKILLS

TIME 10–10:45AM

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3AQ1252

WED/FRI, SEPT 11–OCT 4

4:45–5:15PM

3AQ1253

SATURDAYS, OCT 19–DEC 7

10–10:45AM

LEVEL 4–STROKE REFINEMENT

Staff Instructor, Aquatic Center

Staff Instructor, Aquatic Center

Participants will be introduced to rhythmic breathing, floating and body positioning skills. Students should be willing to enter the water, hold onto the poolside, submerge face under water and able to follow simple instructions. Min. 6; Max. 8 5 Sessions. Ages 5–7. $100

Build on swimming stroke techniques. Must be able to swim the following strokes for a distance of 25 yards: front crawl, back crawl and elementary backstroke. Must demonstrate the coordination for breast stroke, butterfly and side stroke. Min. 6; Max. 12 8 sessions. Ages 8–11. $125

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3AQ1245

MON–FRI, OCT 7–OCT 11

11:45AM–12:15PM

8 Sessions. Ages 5–7. $125

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DATES MON–FRI, OCT 7–OCT 11

8 sessions. Ages 6–9. $125

8 Sessions. Ages 4–6. $125

CLASS #

CLASS # 3AQ1251

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3AQ1254

TUE/THUR, SEPT 10–OCT 3

4:45–5:15PM

TUE/THUR, OCT 15–NOV 7

4:45–5:15PM

SATURDAYS, OCT 19–DEC 7

9–9:45AM

3AQ1255 DATES

TIME

3AQ1246

WED/FRI, SEPT 11–OCT 4

4PM–4:30PM

3AQ1247

SATURDAYS, OCT 19–DEC 7

11:45AM–12:15PM


JUNIOR LIFEGUARDING CLUB

Participants will learn the skills needed to prevent and respond to aquatic emergencies, both in pool and waterpark environments. The course content and activities prepare participants to recognize and respond quickly and effectively to emergencies and prevent waterpark injuries and drowning. Leadership skills and professionalism are emphasized throughout this course. Participation in all classes is required. Upon successfully passing all requirements, participants will earn certificates in Lifeguarding, Water Park First Aid/ CPR for Professionals. Min. 8; Max 24 •

Must register for class by October 1.

Part I: Course will be conducted online. Participants will be given a link to register on the American Red Cross website (online portion needs to be completed prior to the start of Part II).

Part II: Skill course will be conducted at the Kroc Aquatic Center.

It’s not too early to start learning how to be a lifeguard. If you are 10 years old or over, you can become part of a lifeguard team as a Jr. Guard. At Kroc Center Hawaii, you’ll learn basic to advanced lifesaving skills, work with our Kroc Aquatics Team, and apply the skills you learn in real life situations. Min. 10; Max. 24 Ages 10 & Up. $100 per month ($25 discount for returning Jr. Guards. Offer cannot be combined with other discounts.) CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3AQ1257

THUR/SUN, SEPT 8–SEPT 29

THURSDAYS 3:30–4:30PM & SUNDAYS 11AM–12:30PM

3AQ1258

THUR/SUN, OCT 3–OCT 31

THURSDAYS 3:30–4:30PM & SUNDAYS 11AM–12:30PM

3AQ1259

THUR/SUN, NOV 3–NOV 24

THURSDAYS 3:30–4:30PM & SUNDAYS 11AM–12:30PM

WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR Glenn Pang

5 Classes. Ages 15 & Up. $125 ($35 Online Fee + $90 Class Fee) CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3AQ1256

MON–FRI, OCT 7–OCT 11

2PM–6PM

This class is to train candidates for teaching water safety courses including basic water rescue, personal water safety courses, 6 levels of Learn to Swim, 3 levels of Pre–School Aquatics and 2 levels of Parents and Child Aquatics. Min. 6; Max. 12 Prerequisites: •

Must be 16 years of age or older on or before the last day of the course.

Must be able to demonstrate the following strokes for 25 yards each: front crawl, back crawl, back crawl, breast stroke, elementary backstroke, side stroke and 15 yard butterfly.

Must be able to back float for 1 minute.

Must be able to tread water for 1 minute.

AQUATIC CERTIFICATIONS

LIFEGUARD TRAINING (AMERICAN RED CROSS CERTIFICATION)

1s. Ages 16 & Up. $160 ($35 Red Cross Fee+$125 Facility Fee) Call Aquatics Office at 693–8346 for more information.

10%OFF AQ

UATIC CLASSES FOR MEMBERS

COMPETITIVE SWIM JUNIOR SWIM PROGRAM

MASTERS SWIM PROGRAM

Kirk Fritz

Kirk Fritz

A one hour swimming workout for young Olympians at heart. Junior Swim incorporates stroke drills, kicking sets, distance sets, relay technique, sprints and race starts. Primary focus is on freestyle stroke, but all strokes are utilized. Must be able to swim 200 yards. Min. 8; Max. 16

A one hour swimming workout for adults of all ages. Swimming endurance and efficiency are achieved through drills and technique instruction. Interval sets in kicking, pulling and straight swimming teach pacing and build aquatic strength and confidence. Must be able to swim 400 yards. Min. 6; Max. 16

Ages 5 & Up. $40 Members / $80 Non–Members (price per month)

Ages 15 & Up. $60 Members / $80 Non–Members (price per month) CLASS #

DATES

TIME

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3AQ1264

MON/WED/FRI, SEPT 9–SEPT 30, 2014

6–7PM 6–7PM

3AQ1260

MON/WED/FRI, SEPT 9–SEPT 30

5–6PM

3AQ1265

MON/WED/FRI, OCT 2–OCT 30

3AQ1261

MON/WED/FRI, OCT 2–OCT 30

5–6PM

3AQ1266

MON/WED/FRI, NOV 1–NOV 27*

6–7PM

3AQ1262

MON/WED/FRI, NOV 1–NOV 27*

5–6PM

3AQ1267

MON/WED/FRI, DEC 2–DEC 30*

6–7PM

3AQ1263

MON/WED/FRI, DEC 2–DEC 30*

5–6PM

* No class on Nov. 11 (Veteran’s Day). * No class on Dec. 25 (Christmas Day).

* No class on Nov. 11 (Veteran’s Day). * No class on Dec. 25 (Christmas Day).

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Athletics The Athletics department of Kroc Center Hawaii consists of sports clinics, sports leagues, and coaching from youth to adult ages. We also offer other unique sporting opportunities such as tournaments and much, much more. Our two court gymnasium is equipped to host sports and programs such as basketball, volleyball, futsal, and more. The Kroc Center Athletic Program philosophy is inclusion, fair play, team work, exercise and fun–

VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED! If interested in mentoring youth athletes, please contact the Athletics Department at (808) 693–8344 for a volunteer application.

friendly competition! ATHLETICS DEPARTMENT (808) 693–8344

FACILITY & CLASS SCHEDULE AVAILABLE AT THE MEMBER SERVICES DESK OR ONLINE AT WWW.KROCCENTERHAWAII.ORG. Open gym is free to members. Day Passes are available for non–members on select days. $14/$10 per day (Adult/ Youth). See day pass policy on website for restrictions.

GYMNASIUM POLICIES PICKUP GAME POLICY Pickup basketball and volleyball are designed for adults ages 18 and over to play a few friendly games. Players under the age of 18 will need a parent or guardian present in the gym at all times. If there are multiple players or teams are waiting, a wait list will be created in the kiosk by the Gym Attendant to sign up your team for the next game. This will allow an organized way for teams to compete. The next team on the list will be on the side of the court keeping score. BASKETBALL: Games are to 21 by 1’s and 2’s. Since there are no official referees on–site for basketball, players will have to call their own fouls and ref their own games. No shooting free throws, as fouls will be taken out at half court. VOLLEYBALL: Minimum of 6 players. Games are to 21. Next team will ref the game by calling serve, net violations, and provide two (2) line judges.

ATHLETIC CENTER RENTALS Our large Athletic Center Complex is perfect for team practices and physical education and is available for you to host a variety of sporting events for school, church or club activities.

ATHLETIC CENTER Our Athletic Center has plenty of spacious court space for you to enjoy basketball, volleyball, and many other activities. Current open hours are listed on the Class & Facilities schedule available online.

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To allow everyone the opportunity to compete, the winning team will stay on the court for a maximum of two (2) consecutive games. On their second win, the losing team will stay on and the winning team can be placed back on the wait list in the kiosk. Come join other adults who wish to play sports in an atmosphere that is compliant with The Salvation Army policies and procedures of Kroc Center Hawaii. The Kroc Center Hawaii Athletic Center has a ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY — NO CUSSING OR FIGHTING. Players who do so will be dismissed immediately from the Athletic Center and be asked NOT to return until the next day. Kroc Center Hawaii memberships can and will be revoked if deemed necessary by the Member Services Desk. For more information, please see the Member Services Desk or gym attendant for policies and procedures and rules regarding membership at Kroc Center Hawaii.


KROC CENTER SPORTS ACADEMY At our Kroc Center Sports Academy, we offer a safe environment for kids to learn the importance of pursuing excellence in every aspect of life. Here our athletes will not only develop physically, but they will also develop spiritually by learning biblical principles. We will provide a spiritually fulfilling environment where athletes are mentored to become positive community members. Through high quality instruction and training, each athlete will develop the skills needed to compete at a high level in each sport of choice.

CO-ED INDOOR FUTSAL LEAGUE All teams must register with full roster and registration fees. Games will be played on full–court playing field. Number of games in the season depends on number of teams in the league. Games consist of 2–20 minute halves with a 5 minute break between each half.

VISION

MISSION

$350/team. Team Registration Deadline: Sept. 20!

Utilize sports to promote a healthy lifestyle by producing physically, emotionally, and spiritually virtuous athletes.

To build our Athletes’ character– instilling a sense of respect, confidence, humility, and honor by providing an environment that emphasizes discipline, hard work, perseverance, and the pursuit of excellence in all that we do.

U10 (co–ed). CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3AT1050

SATURDAYS, SEPT 28–DEC 21*

6PM

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3AT1051

FRIDAYS, SEPT 27–DEC 21*

6PM

U12 (co–ed)

* Schedule subject to change depending on amount of teams signed up.

MONTHLY RATES FOR JUDO & SOCCER Individual (Member), $40 Family (Member) 2–4, $70 Family 5+ (Member), $100 Non–Member, $50

JUDO SKILLS CLASS

SOCCER SKILLS CLASS

Martial Arts have always been places where children learn not just the art forms but more importantly the discipline and type of character it takes to truly become a master of those forms. We will not only give instruction, but will take our instruction further to give students the opportunity to compete locally and possibly nationally. Min. 10; Max. 40 Ages 6 & Up. CLASS #

The Kroc Center provides soccer training for youth of all skill levels and develops the basic fundamentals of the sport and strategies of the game. Athletes will be given the opportunity to compete in both indoor and outdoor competition. Through training and practice, our athletes will have the skills to play competitively against other athletes their age. Min. 10; Max. 50 Ages 6 & Up

DATES

TIME

3AT1053

MON/WED, OCT 2–30

6:30PM–8:00PM

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3AT1054

*MON/WED, NOV 4–27*

6:30PM–8:00PM

3AT1056

TUE/THUR, SEPT 3–26

5PM–6:30PM

3AT1055

**MON/WED, DEC 2–30*

6:30PM–8:00PM

3AT1057

TUE/THUR, OCT 1–31

5PM–6:30PM

3AT1058

*TUE/THUR, NOV 5–26

5PM–6:30PM

3AT1059

**TUE/THUR, DEC 3–26

5PM–6:30PM

* No class on Nov. 11 (Veteran’s Day) ** No class on Dec. 25 (Christmas Day).

* No class on November 28 (Thanksgiving Day). ** No class on December 24 (Christmas Eve).

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O FREE TEW ALL NBERS MEM

Call now to book your basic fitness orientation.

Health Wellness HEALTH & WELLNESS DEPARTMENT (808) 693–8335

PERSONAL TRAINING

BASIC FITNESS ORIENTATION During the Basic Fitness Orientation, members will sit with fitness staff to discuss their goals and any limitations they may have. From there, members will be assessed for blood pressure, body composition, balance, core strength and cardiovascular fitness as well as familiarize them with basic fitness equipment and proper use and safety. This service is available by appointment only, made at the Fitness Desk in the Health and Wellness Center.

OPTION 1: ONE–ON–ONE SESSIONS These sessions are one client and one trainer for a duration of 50 minutes.

Do you want a more specific fitness program designed

# OF SESSIONS

RATE PER SESSION

for you? Now you can achieve a higher level of fitness

1

by training with one of our highly qualified personal

3

trainers. All of our personal trainers hold nationally recognized certifications and/or have college degrees in

PACKAGE

PACKAGE SAVINGS

$65

N/A

N/A

$59

$177

10%

6

$56

$336

14%

12

$54

$648

17%

the field, such as Exercise Science, Physical Education, and Biomechanics. Rates listed are for members.

OPTION 2: PARTNER SESSIONS

Non–member rates are also available.

These sessions will consist of two–clients and one trainer for a duration of 50 minutes. Sign up with a friend and save! Package prices are for both people.

OVER 50 DROP–IN FITNESS CLAS!SES EACH WEEK LABLE ONLINE SCHEDULE AVAI PY AT THE CO A OR PICK UP ES DESK. MEMBER SERVIC 16 FALL 2013

# OF SESSIONS

RATE PER SESSION (PER PERSON)

PACKAGE (2 PEOPLE)

PACKAGE SAVINGS

1

$45

$90

N/A

3

$41

$246

10%

($123 PER PERSON)


MEET THE KROC TRAINERS

Magan Concepcion

Richie Ines

Shandell Manuel

Carla Meyers

Magan is a Certified Personal Trainer with a Masters in Kinesiology. Magan specializes is training for performance (athletic and military) and helping women improve their body image and self–esteem. Her certifications include TRX Suspension Training, USA Olympic Weight Lifting and Personal Training. You can expect to never do the same workout twice with Magan and she settles for nothing less than sheer results.

Richie brings 15 years of experience in the Health and Fitness Industry to Kroc Center Hawaii’s personal training team. He is a certified Personal Trainer with the National College of Exercise Performance, with specialties in strength and conditioning training. Richie is also experienced in self–defense, with a 20– year background as a former fighter in boxing and mixed martial arts.

Shandell started as a member of the Kroc Center in April 2012. The beginning of her fitness journey started and she ended up losing over fifty pounds in only eight months. She was so excited about how she changed not only her weight, but her entire being, that she studied hard and achieved her National College of Exercise Professionals

Carla has been in the fitness industry since 1980 and incorporates all types of equipment and plyometrics, TRX, medicine and stability balls, and free weights to your routine. She’ll mix it up to prevent you from getting overuse injuries. Carla also leads group exercise classes at the Kroc Center.

Donald E Pump

Glynis Ramirez

Donta Tanner

Sabrina Wertheim

Don is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist holding a Bachelors of Science degree in Exercise Science. He is also certified in the Functional Movement Screen, is a POLAR Heart Rate Performance Specialist, and an ITCA Professional Triathlon Coach. Donald has the knowledge and experience to help anyone achieve their goals!

Glynis comes to the Kroc Center with a BS in Community Health and is a ACE & NCEP Certified Trainer with 20 year of experience in the Health & Fitness Industry. With numerous bodybuilding & weight lighting accolades under her belt, Glynis’ specialties include strength training, group exercise, nutrition education & weight management.

As a life–long fitness enthusiast, Donta brings a personal philosophy of achieving wellness through fitness with moderation, balance and incremental progression. He is certified through the American Fitness and Aerobics Association (AFAA) and is an experienced body builder, marathon runner, and sports coach.

Sabrina is a Certified Personal Trainer through the National Academy of Sports Medicine. She also holds certifications in TRX Suspension training as well as yoga. After successfully losing the weight from her first pregnancy, Sabrina developed a passion for helping other women reach their dream bodies. She provides her clients with practical information to live a healthy lifestyle and to establish disciplines to make that lifestyle a reality.

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FREE FALL FITNESS SEMINARS Ages 13 & Up welcome to attend. Classes located in the Education & Resource Classrooms. Non–members are welcome to attend with purchase of day pass (Standard rates apply.)

WOMEN AND WEIGHTS…THE KEY TO FIGHTING OSTEOPOROSIS Magan Concepcion–MS Kinesiology, TRX, USA Weightlifting certified, Education and Resource Classroom Osteoporosis is often thought of as “an old woman’s disease,” but bone loss can begin in women as early as age 25. Worldwide, the lifetime risk for a woman to have an osteoporotic fracture is 30–40%. Come and learn how weights can help you or your loved ones fight and prevent osteoporosis. Min. 1; Max. 40 Ages 13 & Up. Free CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3HW1051

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16

6–7PM

WHY DO I CRAVE FOOD? Tameka Gillett–Nutrition Coach of Institute of Integrative Nutrition, Education & Resource Classroom Have you ever wondered why you crave chocolate, sweets, bread, salt and so on? Does it annoy you that you have these cravings when you are trying to lose weight, get fit or get through a work day? Come hear Nutrition Coach Tameka Gillett speak about how alternative eating choices can remove those cravings and understand why they exist. Min. 1; Max. 40 Ages 13 & Up. Free

WHAT FOODS WILL GIVE ME ENERGY? Tameka Gillett–Nutrition Coach of Institute of Integrative Nutrition, Education and Resource Classroom Have you tried multiple techniques to have energy throughout the day, including massive amounts of coffee, energy drinks, expensive vitamins or weight loss pills? Do you crash a few hours after these methods? Join Nutrition Coach Tameka Gillett as she shows you the ways to have lasting energy throughout the day. Enjoy life. Min. 1; Max. 40 Ages 13 & Up. Free

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3HW1050

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18

6–7PM

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3HW1052

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20

6–7PM

SPECIALTY CLASSES TRX BOOT CAMP Magan Concepcion–MS Kinesiology, TRX, USA Weightlifting The TRX Suspension Trainer, created by a Navy Seal, is the original workout system that leverages gravity and your bodyweight to perform hundreds of exercises. TRX Boot Camp will deliver a fast, effective total–body workout that will help you build a rock–solid core and increase muscular endurance and strength. By utilizing your own bodyweight, the TRX Suspension Trainer provides greater performance and functionality than large exercise machines and adds a whole new dimension to your workout. This class will train your whole body to be more efficient and functional in your everyday living and is suitable for all skill levels. Min. 5; Max. 12

COURSE OUTLINE: FREE CLASS–INTRODUCTION AND HOW TO USE SUSPENSION TRAINING SYSTEM CLASS 1–INTRODUCTION AND HOW TO USE SUSPENSION TRAINING SYSTEM

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3HW1053

FREE CLASS ON MONDAY, SEPT 9

9AM–10AM

CLASS 2–UPPER BODY

3HW1054

FREE CLASS ON MONDAY, SEPT 9

5:30PM–6:30PM

3HW1055

SESSION 1: MONDAYS, SEPT. 16–OCT 14

9AM–10AM

3HW1056

SESSION 2: MONDAYS, SEPT. 16–OCT 14

5:30PM–6:30PM

CLASS 3–LOWER BODY CLASS 4–CORE CLASS 5–CARDIO + TRX BOOT CAMP (USE OF TRX AND OTHER TOOLS LIKE KETTLE BELLS, DUMBBELLS, BOSU BALLS) 18 FALL 2013

5 Sessions. Ages 13 & Up. Members: $50; Non–Members: $60 Members Drop–in Single Session: $12; Non–Members Drop-in Single Session: $15

PLEASE CHOOSE ONE SESSION ONLY.


NOW TAKING RESERVATIONS FOR YOUR ULTIMATE

You and your guests will have your own party cabana with access to the Kroc family pool outfitted with two giant 2½ story water slides, two lazy rivers, and a family interactive water play area. Swimmers of all ages will have a blast swimming, playing and lounging poolside—even the grown–ups.

For pricing and details, download the Birthday Brochure online. To book your big day, call: (808) 693–8350.

CHECK OUT MORE PARTY OPTIONS: TAKE YOUR BESTIES TO THE

MOVIES Share the magic of the movies with your friends! First, enjoy your backstage–pass with food, cake and gifts and then enjoy your private movie showing for your friends and family! You choose the show. Movies must be family–friendly and approved prior to your event.

EXCLUSIVE HANG-TIME IN THE

PLAY ZONE

Your party will have exclusive use of the Game Room, equipped with flat screen TV’s, game consoles (including Wii, Xbox 360, PS3 and games), Multi–game Arcade, Ping pong, Air Hockey, Foosball, and board games! Start your party with two hours of game time and end the last hour with dinner for all!

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Worship

KROC WORSHIP SERVICE

Kroc Center Hawaii is more than a fitness club or community center—it is also a place of Christian worship. Each Sunday, people of all ages and backgrounds come to worship God, celebrate community, and strengthen family connections. We are simply a group of people with a common desire to love Jesus and love people. We invite you to join us. Bring your whole family. We have something for the little keikis as well as the teenagers. And no need to get dressed up, we’ll be honored to have you just the way you are. We are looking forward to meeting you. MINISTRY DEPARTMENT (808) 693–8318

WAYS TO CONNECT NEWCOMERS LUNCH If you are new to our church, please join us for lunch, on us! We would love to meet you, tell you more about our church, and answer any questions you may have. You will get to meet some of the pastors in a relaxed setting. For more information or to reserve your place, please contact Thomas Cheong at (808) 693–8319 or Thomas.Cheong@usw.salvationarmy.org.

What to expect: Meaningful messages, good tunes, stuff kids like and a group of friendly people who just want to make a difference.

SUNDAYS 8 & 10AM

Child care available at 10am service.

OHANA GROUPS

OHANA PLAYDAYS

Join an Ohana Group today! It’s a small group of 8–10 people getting together weekly in a home, office or coffee shop. We talk about the sermon, open up our Bibles, pray for one another, and occasionally eat! This is where friendships are made, encouragement is found, and growth in the Lord happens. For more information or to join an Ohana Group, please contact Thomas Cheong at (808) 693–8319 or Thomas.Cheong@usw.salvationarmy.org.

Ohana PlayDays are relaxed, informal events/activities designed to meet new people and have a good time! Some of the exciting Ohana PlayDays that we have planned include volleyball, indoor soccer, softball, flag football, ping pong, bingo, kick ball, dodge ball and board games. For more information on our next Ohana PlayDay, please contact Becky Luke at (808) 693–8318 or Becky. Luke@usw.salvationarmy.org.

WOMEN’S MINISTRIES Ages 18+, Women Only, Call (808) 693–8318

The mission of The Kroc Center

for meeting schedule. We welcome all women to

Women’s Ministries is to:

be part of the Kroc women’s group. The Women’s

• Bring women into a knowledge of Jesus Christ.

Ministries provides opportunities to connect with

• Encourage their full potential in influencing

other women—encouraging one another and growing together in the Word. We offer Bible studies series, worship and fellowship. To be part of a women’s group or for more information, please contact Major Debbie Lum at debbie.lum@usw.salvationarmy.org.

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family, friends and community.

• Equip them for growth in personal understanding and in life skills.

• Address issues which affect women and their families in their world.


KROC TROOPS

SUNDAY FOR KIDS NURSERY Ages 3 Mths–2 Yrs., Every Sunday; 10–11AM, Child Watch Classroom Bring your child to the nursery to be cared for while you enjoy our Sunday Worship Service. They will enjoy hearing a simple Bible story each week.

PRESCHOOL Ages 3–5 Yrs., Every Sunday; 10–11AM, Preschool Classroom C Discover God’s word in our preschool class each week through Bible stories, songs, games, creative play and activities.

CHILDREN’S WORSHIP Ages 6–11 Yrs., Every Sunday, 10–11AM, Hibiscus/Ilima Classroom Who knew learning about Jesus could be fun? Join us each week and find out what everyone’s talking about in Children’s Worship! Come help us worship, investigate God’s Word, discover God’s way and share God’s love!

MOONBEAMS Ohia Classroom This fun–filled, Biblically–based program is for boys and girls. It helps your child explore the world around them and find ways of serving God and others. Grades Pre–K and Kindergarten. $5 Emblem Registration (Registration fee collected on first day). $10 Troop Sash (Optional) CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3WP1045

*WEDNESDAYS, SEPT. 11–NOV. 13

3:30PM–4:15PM

SUNBEAMS Hibiscus/Ilima Classroom This program gives girls the opportunity to build a solid life foundation through Christian fellowship and educational programs. Learn important truths and life skills. Grades 1–5, Girls Only. $5 Emblem Registration (Registration fee collected on first day). $10 Troop Sash (Optional) CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3WP1046

*WEDNESDAYS, SEPT. 11–NOV. 13

3:30PM–4:15PM

GIRL GUARDS

YOUTH MINISTRIES

Hibiscus/Ilima Classroom This program focuses on the spiritual, mental and social needs of girls. Learn teamwork and self–sufficiency while exploring career and life choices. Grades 6–12, Girls Only. $5 Emblem Registration (Registration fee collected on first day). $10 Troop Sash (Optional) CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3WP1047

*WEDNESDAYS, SEPT. 11–NOV. 13

3:30PM–4:15PM

ADVENTURE CORPS

SUNDAY TEEN BIBLE STUDY, AGES 12–17 Sundays, 9:10–9:50AM, Located in the Game Room In this class, teens explore the Word of God, grow in their understanding of God’s plan for their life, and share life with other teens.

Pikake Classroom This scouting program offers boys the chance to take part in a variety of exciting activities while working on emblems. Weekly activities help educate and build character. Grades 1–5 and Grades 6–12. $5 Emblem Registration (Registration fee collected on first day). $10 Troop Sash (Optional)

JR. YPL (YOUNG PEOPLE’S LEAGUE) Education and Resource Classroom

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3WP1048

*WEDNESDAYS, SEPT 11–NOV 13

3:30–4:15PM

Come explore the indoors and outdoors with your friends through recreation, dramatics, arts and crafts and Bible lessons. An exciting program your kids can’t resist attending!

JR. SINGING COMPANY

Grades 4–6. $5 (Registration fee collected on first day)

Ohia Classroom

DATES

TIME

3WP1040

SUNDAY, AUGUST 25

11:30AM–2PM

3WP1041

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 29

11:30AM–2PM

An introduction to singing for boys and girls. Simple instruction to choral music that will make this class fun for beginners and will promote interest in singing as a group.

3WP1042

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 20

11:30AM–2PM

Ages 5–6. Free

3WP1043

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 10

11:30AM–2PM

CLASS #

JR. SOLDIER CLASS Pikake Classroom A discipleship class for children who want to learn more about God and The Salvation Army, its history and how it relates to our lives today. Join us and find out how you can make a difference! Ages 8–13. Free CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3WP1044

2ND & 4TH SUNDAYS, SEPT. 8–NOV. 10

10:30AM–11AM

CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3WP1049

*WEDNESDAYS, SEPT 11–DEC 18

5:15–6:15PM

SINGING COMPANY Hibiscus/Ilima Classroom A Junior Choir for boys and girls worth joining! Singing encourages the development of worship and performing arts through performance, resource development and instruction. Ages 7–13. Free CLASS #

DATES

TIME

3WP1050

*WEDNESDAYS, SEPT 11–DEC 18

5:15PM–6:15PM

*No class on October 9 and November 27.

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LECTURES WEDDINGS RETREATS WORKSHOPS REUNIONS CONCERTS CATERING MEETINGS RECEPTIONS

HOST YOUR NEXT SPECIAL EVENT AT KROC CENTER HAWAII.

BOOK A SPOT AT THE KROC Kroc Center Hawaii has all the resources in place to make your event perfect. We are now taking reservations for 2013 and beyond. Schedule a tour today.

Our unique gathering spaces are all housed under one giant roof and outfitted with state–of–the–art technical capabilities. Whether you are planning a meeting, party, theater performance, or wedding, we invite you to come take a look. Below are the various spaces that can be used individually or combined to make your perfect event.

To book holiday parties, facility rentals, birthday parties, or group visits, call (808) 693–8350 or (808) 693–8331 or email events@kroccenterhawaii.org.

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This holiday season, a little change goes a long way. GATHER YOUR FAMILY, FRIENDS, AND CO-WORKERS AND SPREAD SOME CHRISTMAS CHEER.

RAISE YOUR VOICE TO THE LORD.

By volunteering a small amount of time at one of The Salvation Army Red Kettle sites, you’ll make a difference to deserving

KROC CENTER HAWAII

COMMUNITY

CHOIR

WEDNESDAY EVENINGS, 6:30PM

possible with the help of our wonderful volunteers who stand

Ages 16 & Up, Men & Women Everyone Welcome

outside of businesses and ring bells to inspire passersby to place a

(membership not required)

donation inside the trademark red kettles. Contributions received

Come make a joyful noise. No singing experience

through our red kettles enable us to continue our year-round

necessary. Choral, Traditional SATB, Gospel and

efforts of helping those who would otherwise be forgotten. For

Contemporary Music. Call (808) 693–8318

more information or to volunteer, please call 693-8318.

or email community.choir@usw.salvationarmy.org for

families in the community. The Red Kettle Campaign is only

more information.

The Salvation Army Ray and Joan Kroc Corps Community Center

91–3257 Kualaka’i Parkway, Ewa Beach, HI 96706 (808) 682–5505 www.KrocCenterHawaii.org

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Kroc Center Hawaii 2013 Fall Program Guide