INSIDE! • Discount Elitch Gardens Tickets Fall Hall • Buffalo Roast Trail’s End Club • 20K Individual/Team Relay Run Fitness Center • Pro Shop Sale Warren Golf Course • Wild West Horseback Ride ODR 90 FSS/FSK 7105 Randall Ave F. E. Warren AFB, WY 82005-2911 PRSRT STD U.S. POSTAGE PAID CHEYENNE, WY PERMIT NO. 167 The July 2013 90th Force Support Squadron Monthly Recreation Guide www.funatwarren.com facebook.com/funatwarrenairforcebase Adult Clinic July 10 & 12, 6 - 8 p.m. Interested in archery? Need some fundamentals to build on? Whether you are new to the sport or need to reﬁne your skills, this archery clinic is designed to set you in the right direction. Archery instruction will be taught by our professional and certiﬁed instructors. Classes will be held at the indoor archery range. Fee for this class is just $25 and includes instruction and equipment! Only 12 slots are available. Youth Clinic July 16 & 19, 6 - 8 p.m. Learn the basic techniques and skills for this challenging and excit- ing sport! Entry fee of $15 includes equipment and instruction. Archery instruction will be taught by our professional and certiﬁed instruc- tors. Classes will be held at the indoor archery range. Open to chil- dren ages 6 to 16 years old. FE Warren AFB Archery Clinics ODR • 307.773.2988 funatwarren.com August 3 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. Ever been curious about rock climbing, but don’t have the know- how or partner to start? Now is your chance. Our experienced leaders will cover all the basics with you; harnesses, shoes, ropes, techniques and more! Learn how to safely and confidently climb a range of difficulty in this one day clinic. This is your chance! This trip is open to all those 8 years old and over. All equipment provided. Depart Outdoor Recreation at 8:30 a.m. for Vedauwoo. We will break for lunch around noon so be sure and bring your brown bag. Call 773-2988 Cost is $35 Sign up at ODR FREE Frontercade Lunch 11 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. www.funatwarren.com (307)773-4288 Squadron Sporting Events: 5K Run Volleyball Soccer Horseshoes Commander’s Buffalo Chip Toss 1.3 Mile Walk Y outh Sporting Events Hosted by the Youth Center & the Base Chapel Inﬂatable Jump Houses, Slides & Games Water Balloon Toss 3 Legged Races 1.3 Mile Run MORE!!! Other Activities: Safety Displays Base Agencies Tug-O-War 50 Yard Dash Chili Cook Off Pie Baking Contests Joust Archery Sponsor Displays Door Prizes Coming in August! F. E. Warren’s Annual Picnic and Squadron Sports Competition! Alternative Duty Location Buffalo Roast at the Trail’s End Club July 20, 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. See inside for details! Striker Life Half Marathon and CFD Event
INSIDE!• Discount Elitch Gardens Tickets Fall Hall• Buffalo Roast Trail’s End Club• 20K Individual/Team Relay Run Fitness Center• Pro Shop Sale Warren Golf Course• Wild West Horseback Ride ODR
90 FSS/FSK7105 Randall AveF. E. Warren AFB, WY 82005-2911
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PAIDCHEYENNE, WYPERMIT NO. 167
July 201390th Force Support Squadron Monthly Recreation Guide
Adult ClinicJuly 10 & 12, 6 - 8 p.m.Interested in archery? Need some fundamentals to build on? Whether you are new to the sport or need to refine your skills, this archery clinic is designed to set you in the right direction. Archery instruction will be taught by our professional and certified instructors. Classes will be held at the indoor archery range.Fee for this class is just $25 and includes instruction and equipment! Only 12 slots are available.
Youth Clinic July 16 & 19, 6 - 8 p.m.Learn the basic techniques and skills for this challenging and excit-ing sport! Entry fee of $15 includes equipment and instruction. Archery instruction will be taught by our professional and certified instruc-tors. Classes will be held at the indoor archery range. Open to chil-dren ages 6 to 16 years old.
FE Warren AFB Archery Clinics
ODR • 307.773.2988funatwarren.com
Rock Climbing ClinicAugust 3 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.Ever been curious about rock climbing, but don’t have the know-how or partner to start? Now is your chance. Our experienced leaders will cover all the basics with you; harnesses, shoes, ropes, techniques and more! Learn how to safely and confidently climb a range of difficulty in this one day clinic. This is your chance! This trip is open to all those 8 years old and over. All equipment provided.
Depart Outdoor Recreation at 8:30 a.m. for Vedauwoo. We will break for lunch around noon so be sure and bring your brown bag.Call 773-2988
F. E. Warren’s Annual Picnic and Squadron Sports Competition!Alternative Duty Location
Buffalo Roastat the Trail’s End Club
July 20, 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. See inside for details!
Striker Life Half Marathon and
FAMILY ACTIVITIESDenver Zoo Ages 12 - 64, $12; ages 3 - 11, $8.50Boondocks Adult Admission (61”+), $23; Jr. Admission (60” and under), $14.75Fort Fun All day Extreme (with go carts), $30.50. All day Ultimate (without go carts), $23.50. 2 hour Extreme, $23, 2 hour Ultimate, $16Elitch Gardens Admission, $29. Parking Pass, $13. Meal Ticket (good for one basket or combo with drink) $11. Season Pass, $77.INDOOR ACTIVITIES AND SHOWSDenver Aquarium Adult, $13.50; Child (3 - 11), $7.75Budweiser Event Center Sammy Hagar “Forty Years of Rock” Tour August 20, 7:30 p.m. Call for pricing.NON-LOCAL SPECIALSDisney Armed Forces Salute TicketsDisney Salutes Tickets Expire 28 September 2013 (Maxi-mum of 6 tickets purchased per Active Duty or Retired Member)(Last Day to Purchase is Friday, September 6, 2013)Disney World Armed Forces Salute 4 Day Park Hop-per-$154; 4 Day Base w/Water Park Fun and More-$154; 4 Day Park Hopper w/ Water Park Fun and More-$182 Disneyland Armed Forces Salute 3 Day Park Hopper- $122.50 (Require 7-10 Business days to receive tickets) Online Military Special www.herosalute.com Sea World Orlando, San Antonio, San Diego, or other An-heuser-Busch Parks free for Active Duty and up to 3 Direct Dependents. (Can only be used for 1 attraction once a year)We have a number of ticket offers for attractions in Cali-fornia, Florida, Texas, Arizona, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Maryland, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, and Virginia ***Please allow 2 weeks (from your departure date) or more for the ticket office to acquire any non local tick-ets***Need a place to stay for your vacation?? Try the Armed Forces Vacation Club at www.afvclub.com
773-3510 • 110 East Plaza
Fall Hall Hours: Tue. - Thu. and Sat, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.Fri., 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. Xtreme Bean Hours: Mon., 7 a.m. - 1 p.m., Tue. - Thu.,
Ages 16 and younger must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Active Adventure Party Birthdays, graduations, or just
friends getting together. Make your party an unforgettable event; get active! Packages include two hours of party in our own party room with a gaming system of your choice; Xbox360, PS2, PS3, or the Nintendo Wii. Want pizza? We can arrange for that! Packages start at $40 for up to 24 people. How about rock climbing, laser tag, batting cages, or a jump house? Each can be added for an additional fee. Check out our website for pricing details. Birthday, bring your own cake. No matter what the event, bring a lot of energy, and be prepared for an active experience. Call for reservations.
We Got Games! FREE!Fall Hall is the best spot on base for experiencing state of
the art, high-tech video and computer gaming and traditional recreational games. Enjoy 55″ LED TVs that play an impres-sive selection of video games for the Nintendo Wii, PS3 and X-Box 360, cable and DVDs. Looking for more traditional games? We have ping pong, billiards and board games.
Calling all Musicians! FREE! Fall Hall has a sound proof studio that is available for you
to rock your way to stardom! You have to see it to believe it! Free WiFi! Located in our Xtreme Beans Coffee Shop, we
have computers available at no cost that are networked to al-low access to personal email and Facebook accounts and have web-cams for face to face communications. Need CAC access? No worries! Our computers are setup for that as well. We have printing and copying at minimal cost.
Exciting and Challenging Opportunities!Indoor Climbing Wall - $5 per person for 30 minutes.
Must have belay certification.Belay Certification - $12. Bouldering - $4 per person for 30 minutes.Batting Cage - $6 for 30 minutes (minimum of 2 people)Laser Tag - $4 per person 15 minute and $6 for 30 minutesJuly ProgramsJuly 6 - Drop-in Traditional Game Playoff! No registra-
tion necessary!• Ping Pong Tournament, 1 p.m. – 6 p.m. • Pool Tournament, 1 p.m. – 6 p.July 12 - Free Family Game Night 5 p.m. – 8 p.m.Come for an hour or come for the whole evening. We have
Wii and a PS2, Ping-Pong, Pool Table, Batting Cage, and much more! Bring your own favorite board game to challenge other participants. Game Night is for all ages. Bring your friends, neighbors, and of course your family.
July 26 - Friday Night Rocks 5 - 8 p.m. Come out to receive free instruction and free climbing time on our indoor climbing wall. Staff will be on-site to belay and provide helpful hints to improve your climbing ability.
July Party Special! Book a party and get one free activ-ity. Choose between 30 min laser tag, 30 min batting cage or one free bounce house. Call for reservations and availability.
Fall Hall Ticket Office 110 East Plaza • (307) 773-5656 Tuesday - Friday, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Get up. Get out. Get fit. Together.A resource for ways to keep your family fit.
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Located in Fall Hall Community
Center 110 East Plaza 307.773.3510
treme BeansXBuy a Venti
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aquatic center773-2036 • 7007 Randall Ave
Summer Hours of OperationJune 1 - August 31. Monday - Sat-
urday, 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Closed Sundays and Holidays
Open Swim is Monday - Saturday, 9 a.m. - 8 p.m. Free lap swim for active duty is Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
There will be an entrance fee as-sociated with all pool use.
Water AerobicsMonday and Wednesday, 5:30 -
6:30 p.m. $3 drop in fee or $18/monthIn Facility MassageBeginning in July by appointment
Traveling Message ChairBy appointment only. $1 a minute.PartiesReservations are available at the
pool for Saturday birthday parties and after private after hours parties.
773-6172 • 6000 Schriever Rd.
Quarterly Bench Press ContestAll DoD ID cardholders ages 18
and older are invited to participate in the Quarterly Bench Press Com-petition July 17, 5 p.m. No weight categories - use the Schwartz/Malone Formula pound for pound.
20K Individual/Team Relay Run
All DoD cardholders ages 16 and older are invited to participate in the 20K Individual/Team Relay July 13. 6:30 a.m. Sign up by COB July 10. Categories are 4 person team, ages 16 - 29, 29 - 39 and 40 and older.
fitness Zipline and Whitewater Rafting Trip July 20
Big Water and Big Adventure!Full day trip - 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Spend an adrenaline filled
morning soaring over the tree tops on a canopy zipline tour. We will spend the rest of the afternoon rafting through Clear
Creek nonstop on category 4 rapids. Categorized as intermediate The cost is $30 and includes lunch. Sign up by
July 15. Only 13 slots available. Call Outdoor Recreation at 773-2988.
playLaser tagat fall hall!
Fall Hall Community Center 110 E Plaza 773-3510
July 28, 6 p.m. The ENTIRE Community
Center building will be used for this Xtreme challenge. Teams will be comprised of 6 players and will battle against each other to claim
the title of “Team Awesome; Rulers
of the Center.” Cost is $20 per team.
Registration ends on July 11 or when slots are filled.
Xtreme Laser Tag Elimination
July 11 - Paddleboarding Clinic 5 - 7 p.m. Come out and learn the latest craze on the water - Paddle-boarding. This is a fun fitness activity that will improve your core strength and balance. Instruction includes how to balance and paddling tech-niques.
Bring a towel, swimsuit or wet suit, and waterproof sunscreen. Also paddle shoes or old pair of sneakers are required. Meet at Person Lake Pa-vilion (weather permitting). Anyone under the age of 18 must be accom-panied by a legal guardian. Minimum age requirement for this event is 12 years of age. Cost is $15. Sign up by July 9. Space is limited.
July 13 - SINGLE AIRMEN Wild West Horseback Ride 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. Come explore beautiful Estes Park area on a two hour trail ride across the continental divide. Enjoy the grandeur of the Rockies on this spectacular horseback trip filled with amazing scenery and wildlife viewing opportunities. Following the trail ride, we will enjoy lunch at the famous Stanley Hotel where the movie “The Shining” was based. Cost for the trip is $25 which includes transportation and the trail ride. You will want to bring money for lunch, water, and sunscreen! Register by July 8. Only 14 slots available.
July 18 - Family Fishing Day 6 - 8 p.m. Join us at the Person Lake Pavilion for a free family fish-ing night. We will be giving away free hotdogs while supplies last so bring the family by after work! Fishing is for those 15 and younger, but par-ents and older sibling are encouraged to come help out! All children must be accompanied by an adult. For this event, participating children do not need a permit to fish on this day. This is a catch and release event only fishing event! A prize will be given for biggest fish caught, youngest child catching a fish, and most fish caught.
Bring your own fishing poles. A limited supply of poles are available. Call ODR in advance to reserve the poles. In case of inclement weather, the event will be canceled.
July 20 - Zipline and Whitewa-ter Rafting SINGLE AIRMEN Trip 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. Spend an adrenaline filled morning soaring over the tree tops on a canopy zipline tour. Af-ter conquering the intense morning challenge, enjoy a leisurely riverside
outdoor rec773-2988 • 6205 15th Cavalry
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July 2 - 3, Patriotic Face Paint-ing 1 - 4 p.m. Get ready for the Fourth! Show your colors at the Family Picnic! Family Special; parents and their children - $10 for both to have one design. Children ages 6 and younger free. Bring your skin into the Studio and have a fun afternoon getting decorated. All face paint is removable, washable, and safe.
July 5 - 6, Fused Glass Fritters 1 - 4 p.m. Create small jewelry items with colored glass frit (crushed glass). Try your hand at making a dragonfly pin, pendant or earring set. Allow one hour to make your glass fritter. Cost will vary with choice of item, $10 - $20, and includes kiln fusing and fire polish finishing.
July 9 - 12, Hand-Built Wind Chimes 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Week long, clay marathon. Put on your grubby overalls and come on in to the An-telope Studio to play in the MUD! Students will learn hand built ceramic techniques to create stoneware clay wind chimes. Students may choose from several design choices, texture tiles and patterns to create a finished wind chime. Participants may come any of the days or times but should allow two hours to get the basic shape of the wind chime completed for kiln firing. An additional hour will be needed to glaze and string the wind chimes after being glaze fired. The cost is $25 and includes instruction, stoneware clay, finishing techniques, glazing and firing.
July 17, Toddlers Crafting Fun Every third Wednesday, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Cost is $5.
July 13 - 20, Open Studio 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Time to paint a stein or make a new coffee mug to replace the ugly one on your desk? Bring the fam-ily and paint animals or banks. Cost will vary with choice of bisque item. Price includes glazes and firing for a finished product. Gnomes and turtles and butterflies, OH MY!!
July 23 - 27, Old West & Fron-tier Crafts Get into the Frontier Days spirit and bring the kids to have a cre-ative afternoon. Many kids’ activities include building a wood fort, cabin or covered wagon, create your own ban-dana with “wild colors”, learn about and make a Native American talking stick, create a bear claw necklace or make a dream catcher. Adult activi-ties include painting Western themed pottery. Paint a cowboy boot, old west
arts and crafts773-3754/3166 • 6905 Diamond Creek
gunslinger, bucking bronco rider, bull rider or learn to cast a sculpture with a Native American theme.
Air Force Aid OfficeNew hours of operation for non-
emergency, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. After Hours call the American Red Cross at 877-272-7337.
Transition-GPS (Goals, Plan-ning, Success) Are you separating in the next 12 months, or retiring within the next 2 years? If so, plan to attend a 5-day workshop to pro-vide active duty, guard and reserve, spouses and DoD civilians with skills and knowledge to successfully transi-tion to a second career and life after the military. Workshop includes valu-able VA benefits, interviewing skills, resume writing and more. Next sem-inar is July 15 - 19, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. NOTE: Must complete Pre-Separation Counseling prior to signing up for Transition-GPS. Pre-Sep counseling is conducted Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9 a.m. or Tuesday and Thursday, 2 p.m. and takes about 2 1/2 hours. Appointments not re-quired, simply show up for one. Call 773-5940/5945 for more info.
773-2241 • 7601 Randall Ave.
airman & family lunch while you prepare for the after-noon’s excitement! Lunch is included in the price of the trip.
We will spend the rest of the af-ternoon rafting through Clear Creek nonstop on category 4 rapids. Cat-egorized as intermediate, this trip is sure to give you that adrenaline rush you have been looking for. Make sure you bring water and waterproof sun-screen. The cost is $30. Sign up by July 15. Only 13 slots available.
July 27 - Horsetooth Rock Hike 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Nestled in the foot-hills west of Fort Collins stands Horse-tooth Rock, a famous regional land-mark and destination. According to local legend, Horsetooth Rock is the remains of an evil giant’s heart cut in two by the powerful Chief Maunun-moku, thus protecting his people from the giant’s wrath. Price per person is $15. Bring your own lunch, water, and sunscreen. Anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a legal guardian. Minimum age requirement for this hike is 12 years of age. This trip is a five mile hike and rated as a moderate hike. Deadline to sign up is July 25.
The Library will be closed July 4, 11 and 12. Please return library materials through return on the east side of the building.
Story TimesHeld every Friday at 10 a.m. Bring
your kids for stories, songs, and a craft. July 5 - Sandy SportsJuly 12 - No Story TimeJuly 19 - Cowboys and IndiansJuly 26 - It’s Raining, It’s PouringSummer Reading ProgramIt’s not too late to register for the
Have Book Will Travel annual sum-mer reading program. Throughout the summer, there will be free activities for children and families that en-courage and support a love of read-ing. Participants of all ages can earn incentives for reaching their reading goals.
library773-3416 • 7205 Randall Ave.
golf course773-3556 • 6110 Golfcourse Dr.
Sunday is Family Day!Families! Come out to the golf
course on Sundays after 3 p.m. for Family golf day! Twilight fees ($12 for E1-E4 and $14 for E5 and above) apply for parents and kids golf free! Free range balls whether you golf or not.
Pro Shop SaleA 4th of July Pro Shop Sale in the
Pro Shop allows everyone to receive 5% off one item, 10% two items and 15% three items July 4.
Golf 101 - SINGLE AIRMENAdults or teens can learn basic
skills, rules, etiquette, values and some on-course learning for $10.
Classes limited to 12 students and will be held Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 5:30 - 7 p.m. July 8, 10 and 12 and in August (TBD - depend-ing on interest after 101 class).
Golf 4 Kids Golf 4 Kids is five days of lessons
for ages 6 – 12. Sessions is July 15 - 19, Monday - Friday, 10 - 11:30 a.m. Space is limited. The cost is $69.
Save 10% on total grooming bill during
the month of July
6805 S. Frontier Bldg 313
bowling center773-2210 • 6004 10th Cavalry
Closed July 4. July 6 - Patriotism Day! Join us
from noon - 4 p.m. and get free shoe rental.
July 11 and 18 - Free Extreme Bowling 1 - 4 p.m. Receive two free games with shoe rental. Have your own shoes? Get one free game.
July 16 - Buy a lunch basket and get two free games of bowl-ing! 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Must rent shoes.
July 23 - Bowl 3 Games and Get Shoe Rental Free 1 - 5 p.m.
July 30 - Bowl for $1 a Game 5 - 8 p.m.
Warren Lanes serves BREAK-FAST on Saturday and Sunday! Come in for a breakfast burrito, pancakes, biscuits and gravy and much more 8:30 - 10 a.m.! Also enjoy breakfast Monday - Friday, 7 - 10:30 a.m. Call ahead for pick up service.
Warren Youth Programs is an equal opportunity provider.
Missoula Children’s TheaterCalling all theater enthusiasts!
Get ready for this year’s Missoula Children’s Theater production of “Blackbeard the Pirate”. This is a week long event begins with auditions on July 22, 10 a.m. - noon at Fall Hall Community Center and ends with a full length musical performance on July 27 The show can utilize a maximum of 60 cast members ages 6 - 18. Cost $15 per child. Please sign up at the Youth Center.
Dance CampYouth Programs will be hosting a
Dance Camp July 8 - 12 for children ages 5 - 18. Ages 5 - 10, 9 - 11 a.m. and ages 11 - 18, noon - 2 p.m. A recital will be held July 12 at 2 p.m. Cost $15 per child. Please sign up at the Youth Center.
4-H Cloverbuds CampYouth Programs will be hosting
a 4-H Cloverbuds Camp July 12, 8 - 11 a.m. at the Youth Center. This free camp is open to youth ages 5 - 8. The focus of the camp will be on healthy living to include physical fitness activities such as relay races and tennis and on how to make healthy snacks. Please contact the Youth Center at 773-2564 for more information and to register.
Youth SportsYouth Indoor Soccer LeagueRegistration is July 1 - August 2
at the Youth Center for kids ages 5 - 13. The cost is $50 if signed up by July 12 and $55 after. Includes the use of team uniform. Each team will play at least 8 games. All games will be held in the Youth Gym starting the 1st week of Sept. Games will be played Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturday mornings. A parent meeting is August 7, 6 - 6:45 p.m. at the Youth Center. Coaches training is August 5, 6 p.m.
Youth Flag FootballRegistration is July 1 - August 2 for
ages 6 - 11. The cost is $50 if signed up by July 12 and $55 after. Includes team jersey. All games will be held at the parade field starting the 1st week in Sept. Games and practices will be Monday - Friday and Saturday. A parent meeting is August 5, 6 p.m.
Sports physicals are required for sports programs.
Collocated Air Force Club773-3048 • 4907 Randall Ave
LUNCH BUFFETS11 a.m. - 1 p.m. All You Can Eat Buffets include salad bar, beverage, and dessert! Cost is $7.85 for Air Force Club members and $8.85 for nonmembers. Tuesday July 2 - Taco Buffet July 9 - German Buffet July 16 - Build Your Own Sandwich & Soup Buffet July 23 - Closed for Lunch July 30 - Mexican BuffetWednesday July 3 - Steak & Chicken Buffet July 10 - Asian Buffet July 17- Ham & Beef Buffet July 24 - Closed for Lunch July 31 - Barbecue Buffet Thursday July 4 - Closed for Lunch July 11 - Southern Buffet July 18 - Taco Buffet July 25 - Closed for Lunch Friday July 5 - Closed for Lunch July 12 - Seafood & Fried Chicken July 19 - Seafood & Ham July 26 - Closed for Lunch
Office Hours Tues - Thur, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Wrangler Lounge Wed & Thur, 4 - 9 p.m. (closed July 4, 24 & 25)Fri, 3 p.m. - 10 p.m. TGIF Social Hour, 5 - 6 p.m.Rogers Lounge Friday, 4 - 10 p.m. TGIF Social Hour, 5 - 6 p.m.Catering Tues - Thur, 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. or by appt.Progressive Club Card Drawing for all club members every Friday for Club Bucks! Club closed on Mondays. Hours and events subject to change.
Bar Bingo is BACK!$1 a card
Up to $300 Payout!
The *PLAYpass is available to single airmen returning from deploy-ments, families of deployed Airmen and families of mem-bers at dependent-restricted assignments. TWO family PLAYpass cards valued at $500 each will be issued to those that meet eligibility requirements and feature dis-counts on Services activities such as trips, sports, child care and recreation programs. To see if you qualify
visit the Airman and Family Readiness Center, 7601 Randall Ave., 307-773-5899.
Bring your family and friends for Roasted Buffalo, Beef, Baked Beans, Mashed Potatoes and Gravy,
Cole Slaw, Corn, Rolls, Dessert & Beverage. $12.50 per person • Kids ages 5 - 12, $7
Buffalo Roastat the Trail’s End Club
July 20, 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m.
OPENWednesday & Thursday. 4 - 9
*Sports physicals are required. **Volunteer to be a Youth Sports Coach. Call for details.
The Youth Center is now taking Registration for Youth Indoor Soccer
and Flag Football
Register July 1 - August 2 Ages 5 - 12 Cost is $50 if signed up by July 12 and $55 after.
Register July 1 - August 2 Ages 6 - 11 Cost is $50 if signed up by July 12 and $55 after.
Youth Center1755 Piute(307) 773-2564
Gourmet Microwave Cooking Experience
July 27, noon - 2 p.m.Fall Hall Community Center
Spice up your dorm life! Grab your friends and learn to nuke food like a pro. Course will include hands on instruction on
preparing a main course, side items and a dessert.
Prizes will be awarded for Best in Show as well as a Stick with