FORT BLISS MONITOR • JANUARY 20, 2011 • 15C
Sports briefs ... Golfers tee off for FMWR
Weight training: Weight Training 101 is SPC. BRIAN C. ERICKSON
designed for women who would like to be intro- 24th Press Camp Headquarters
duced to the weight room, get a workout pro- A slight breeze across their faces, sunshine and a glorious
gram designed by nationally-recognized certi- view of the mountains: this is what golfers expect during a
fied trainers and feel confident about being in a round of golf at the Underwood Golf Complex.
weight room. Classes will take place from 9 to The golf complex is hosting the FMWR Open Tournament
10 a.m. each Monday, Wednesday and Friday Friday at 9 a.m. The tournament, a quarterly event, is spon-
from Jan. 31 through Feb. 25. Weight Training sored by the local Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation.
101 costs $60 for a four-week program and is It is open to active-duty and reserve-component servicemem-
limited to 10 participants. Registration closes bers, retired military and Department of Defense civilians.
today. Register at the Soto Gym juice bar. For “Everyone who has a Department of Defense identification
information, e-mail email@example.com. card is more than welcome to come out and enjoy a day of golf-
ing,” said Mike Maciolek, the assistant golf pro at Underwood
Lifeguarding classes: Want to be a life- Golf Complex. “The last time, the tournament hosted 18 or 22
guard? Replica Pool hosts lifeguarding classes
presented by the American Red Cross. All class-
The tournament is a four-person team scramble. It will start
es take place at Replica Pool and cost $125,
in shotgun style, each team starting at a different hole to allow
payable to the Red Cross. Upcoming class
the teams to finish around the same time. If more than 18 teams
dates and times include Saturday, Sunday, and
sign up, several teams will start on the same hole.
Jan. 29 and 30 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; and Feb.
Throughout the event golfers may notice the course mar-
5, 6, 12 and 13 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. For infor-
shals making their way around the course.
mation, visit www.redcrosselpaso.org or call
“The course marshals are out on the course to make sure the
592-0208, 568-7431 or 568-5380.
game is being played fair and to help everyone enjoy their time
Intramural bowling: Fort Bliss’s on the golf course,” said Bob Terry, a course marshal and
Intramural Bowling League will kick off Monday. retired air defense artillery sergeant major. “We also check and
It will take place at Desert Strike Lanes and will make sure the golfers are taking care of the course by replac-
consist of a 16-week season with champi- ing their divots in the fairways and flattening out ball marks on
onships to follow. This will be a Commander's the greens.”
Cup competition, so teams must consist of No uniforms are allowed during the tournament; players
active-duty military assigned to Fort Bliss. Team must wear proper civilian attire. Cut-off shorts and tank tops
members must be from the same unit or are prohibited.
brigade, if there are not enough bowlers avail- “Based on how the weather has been the last few days, I
able from the unit. Each team should consist of expect everyone to be dressed appropriately and for the weath-
five bowlers per night, and is limited to 10 er,” said Maciolek.
bowlers per team. Teams should take a partic- The complex has two styles of courses: a desert- and a park-
ipation letter of intent, including contact infor- style course. The tournament will be played on the park-style
mation and team captain’s name, to the bowling course, which has more trees.
center on or before Monday. Download the MOI Players can sign up as teams or individuals. Individuals will
at www.blissmwr.com/intramurals. For more be placed on a team before the first ball is struck. The entry fee
information, call 568-6272 or 744-5790. for the tournament is $40 per person. This fee covers cart
rental, green fees, range balls and lunch. Prizes will be paid out
Fort Bliss Half Marathon: The 2011 to the top three teams and to the winner of the “closest to the
Family and MWR Half Marathon will take place pin” contest.
Jan. 29. Race registration will begin at 7 a.m. All prizes will be handed out in the form of gift certificates.
inside Soto Physical Fitness Center and contin- FMWR is adding an extra amount to the prize fund to allow
ue until 7:50 a.m. The race will begin at 8 a.m. better prizes for the winners.
The first 100 finishers will be presented with a Registration is open until noon today. Full teams who show SPC. BRIAN C. ERICKSON / 24th Press Camp Headquarters
“finishing” medal upon race completion. A tro- up Friday morning and have not pre-registered will be given a Bob Terry, course marshal for Underwood Golf Complex,
phy will be presented to the top male and slot based on how many teams are already signed up. attempts a putt on the 18th green at Underwood Golf Complex
female 49 and younger, and 50 and over. The Individuals may not be able to get on a team if not signed up here, Jan. 13. Terry is a retired air defense artillery sergeant
half marathon is open to everyone in the Fort by the deadline. For more information, call 562-1273. major.
Bliss and El Paso communities. Active-duty mil-
itary assigned to Fort Bliss enter free; there will
be a $10 charge for all other runners. For infor-
mation, call 744-5790 or 744-5793.
Pieces of NASCAR Vets Day car auctioned
Fitness resolution: Get your New Year U.S. ARMY ACCESSIONS COMMAND go to http://givingworks.ebay.com/ and NASCAR Sprint Cup Series champion
started right with Fitness Resolution 2011! This PUBLIC AFFAIRS search for “Ryan Newman US Army Tony Stewart, the co-owner of Stewart-
fitness fair features a 10-kilometer run for FORT KNOX, Ky. – Sheet metal Veterans Day car” to place a bid or get Haas Racing.
adults, a one-mile run for kids, a bench press from the No. 39 U.S. Army Chevrolet more information on the auction items. “The special No. 39 U.S. Army
competition, fitness testing, an aerobathon and Impala Ryan Newman drove in the The sheet metal being auctioned off Veterans Day paint scheme was a trib-
more. All events are free. Fitness Resolution Nov. 14 NASCAR race, featuring the includes the hood, splitter, right and left ute to the strength of our heroes, past
2011 will be held from 8 a.m. to noon Jan. 29 at faces of more than 500 military veter- fenders, right and left quarter panels, and present, and their families,” said
Soto Physical Fitness Facility on East Fort Bliss. ans, will be auctioned online to raise right- and left-side door panels (which Col. Derik Crotts, director of strategic
For information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. money for the Fisher House Foundation include the No. 39), decklid (trunk) and communications, marketing and out-
and Army Emergency Relief. TV panel (rear bumper). reach, U.S. Army Accessions
Biggest Loser Challenge: The Biggest The eBay auction begins Friday and Each of the 11 pieces will be auto- Command. “We are proud and greatly
Loser Challenge is seeking participants interest- will be open until Jan. 30. Bidders can graphed by Newman and two-time appreciative of Stewart-Haas Racing’s
ed in getting fit and healthy in 2011. The pro- and Ryan Newman’s continued support
gram runs from Feb. 18 through May 20, with of Army Strong Soldiers and their fam-
sessions taking place from 4 to 5:30 p.m. each ilies.”
Monday, Wednesday and Friday. The program The 500-plus faces on Newman’s
costs $300, or three payments of $100. U.S. Army Veterans Day car represent-
Applications can be picked up at the Stout Gym ed multiple generations of men and
snack bar. As part of the Biggest Loser women who have embraced the call of
Challenge, participants will receive a complete duty, dating back to World War I. The
fitness assessment and evaluation of their cur- special paint scheme resonated during
rent fitness level. Contestants work out in a the Phoenix race weekend, as it not only
group setting with a personal trainer three captured the emotion, spirit and heart of
times a week. Participants track progress with the NASCAR garage, but was also
weigh-ins every three weeks, and receive a admired by legions of NASCAR fans.
pedometer, water battle and guidebook. For “The Veterans Day paint scheme was
information, call 253-2095 or 568-3826. truly a special race car that carried an
abundance of emotion,” said Newman.
Tai chi: Tai chi classes are offered every
“And to see pieces of that car being auc-
Friday at Stout Physical Fitness Facility. Tai chi
tioned off to fans with the monies going
is a martial arts qigong that will help reduce
to two incredible organizations – the
stress, strengthen the body and improve health.
Fisher House Foundation and Army
Beginner tai chi is from 10 to 11 a.m.; experi- U.S. ARMY ACCESSIONS COMMAND PUBLIC AFFAIRS Emergency Relief – makes me even
enced tai chi is from 11 a.m. to noon. All tai chi NASCAR fans can own a piece of Ryan Newman’s No. 39 U.S. Army Chevrolet Impala, more proud to drive the U.S. Army
classes are free. featuring the faces of more than 500 military veterans, via an eBay auction Jan. 21 Chevrolet for Stewart-Haas Racing.”
through 30. Proceeds benefit Fisher House Foundation and Army Emergency Relief.
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Off Duty is a compilation of military-
affiliated information and events focused
on the Soldier, their family members and
veterans. Information should be 100
words or fewer and contain no editorializ-
ing. An informational brief that is not
time-specific will not run for more than 30
days. All submissions are due no later
than Friday for publication in the follow-
ing week’s paper. E-mail submissions to
Soldiers and civilians are invited to the
dedication of the Special Forces
Recruiting Facility at Bldg. 273 on Club
Road today at 3:30 p.m. The facility is
being dedicated in honor of Staff Sgt.
Joshua Mills, SF. For information, call
Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are
Wednesday from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. at
Hope Chapel, Bldg. 2498. For informa-
tion, call 336-404-1095, e-mail joanne.
firstname.lastname@example.org or call 892-8711.
Suicide Prevention Lifeline COURTESY PHOTO
If you are thinking of hurting yourself, Kids-N-Co. production: Belle reads from one of her beloved books and shares it with the beast in Kids-N-Co. produc-
or if you are concerned that someone else tion of “Beauty and the Beast,” as written and directed by Erik Myers. The show opens Jan. 29 and will be performed Friday
may be suicidal, call the National Suicide and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday at 2:30 p.m. until Feb. 20. All shows are at Kids-N-Co. Performance Center at 1301 Texas
Prevention Lifeline number at 800-273- Ave. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for children, students, seniors and active military and are available at the door one hour
TALK (8255), or visit the website at before each performance. Advance ticket sales are available for groups of 10 or more. For information, call 351-1455 or visit
or the American Society of Suicidology
website at www.suicidology.org. Access
and domestic bottles, plus complimentary Child, Youth and School Services. for a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Jan. 28
is available 24 hours, seven days a week.
snacks, from 6 to 8 p.m. From 9 p.m. to information, call 568-1132. and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 22 through 25.
The DVA also has established a national
midnight, let your voice be heard with Bowling tournament For information, call 568-7088 or e-mail
suicide prevention hotline for veterans in
free karaoke. For information, call 744- email@example.com.
emotional crisis. Veterans can call the Hit the lanes for the New Year No-Tap
same National Suicide Prevention Life- 8-pin bowling tournament from noon to 5 Suvivor support groups
line number and press “1” to be routed to Explore the past p.m. Saturday at Desert Strike Lanes. Are you a surviving family member of
the Veterans Hotline. Explore the past at the Old Fort Bliss This unsanctioned tournament is open a fallen military hero? Join Survivor
In-processing Museum Saturday. The fun starts at noon. to adults age 18 and older; USBC mem- Outreach Services for survivor support
The Education Center in-processing Take part in games played by families in bership is not required. Entry costs $10 groups. SOS seeks to build a unified sup-
briefing is in the General Instruction the 1800s while you explore the muse- per person. You may enter as many times port program that embraces and reassures
Facility, Bldg. 11190, Rm. 129, at East um’s exhibits and hear stories about life as you wish, but you can only win once. survivors that they are continually linked
Fort Bliss every other Wednesday from 1 long ago. Watch movies of life in the Old This is a one-day singles event that will to the Army Family for as long as they
to 2 p.m. Army Regulation 621-5 requires West, get on the list for classes held be bowled in a league-style format. All desire. Survivor Outreach Services at Fort
Soldiers to in-process within 30 days of throughout the year and pick up the Old caliber bowlers are encouraged to partici- Bliss serves 12 west Texas counties and
arrival. This a formal, detailed briefing Fort Bliss Museum’s 2011 calendar of pate. the state of New Mexico.
conducted by the Education Center per- events. From 3 p.m. until close, enjoy a The top three spots will be paid from Group meetings will take place from 6
sonnel and different from the one con- historic tour of Old Fort Bliss. the prize fund ($80, based on a minimum to 7 p.m. Jan. 27, Feb. 24, March 24 and
ducted at the Welcome Center. For information, or to volunteer with of 20 entries). Winners will be notified April 19.
Representatives will be from the this event, call 568-4518 or 588-8482. and paid Friday. For information, call Support groups are held at Fort Bliss
568-6272. Army Community Service, Bldg. 2494 on
University of Texas at El Paso, El Paso Framing classes
Community College, and Park University AFTB classes Ricker Road. Spanish-language support
Learn from certified instructors how to groups may be available upon request.
and Webster University from Kansas City, professionally frame your artwork, diplo- Are you a family member or civilian
Mo. For information, call 568-5635. Call 568-1132 to register or for informa-
mas or certificates. Framing Bliss offers who wants to understand more about how tion.
Welcome video available framing classes every other Saturday from the Army works and learn how to function Free child care is available for support
Copies of the Fort Bliss and El Paso 8:45 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Upcoming classes better in the Army environment? Are you group meetings. Children must be regis-
welcome video are available at the include Saturday and Feb. 5 and 12; a Soldier (E-5 and below) looking to tered with CYSS to receive free child
Garrison Public Affairs Office at Bldg. 15, March 12 and 26; and April 9 and 23. increase your knowledge and earn some care. Reservations must be made prior to
Slater Road. The video illustrates quality Classes are open to DoD ID cardhold- promotion points? In 2011, AFTB will
of life, training and amenities available in ers and their guests and cost $30 per per- offer all three levels every month. In
the area. For information, call 568-4505. son, or $25 each for two people. Class January, remaining classes are scheduled
fees cover all required materials and as follows:
instruction. Patrons must register and pay • Level 2: Saturday and Jan. 29, from
DFMWR Briefs for classes by the Friday before the class
date. Special arrangements can be made to
9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
• Level 1: Jan. 25 and 27, from 9 a.m.
offer classes for groups with four or more to 2:30 p.m.
ACS open house people. Child care vouchers are provided only
Army Community Service will host an For information, call 568-5563. for daytime classes held Monday through
open house from 9 a.m. to noon today and Friday. Joining AFTB for Super
invites you to “See What You’re
Dinner on a Dime
Saturday? We’ll provide lunch. Call 568-
Missing!” Enjoy food, fun, entertainment, Let the Financial Readiness Program at AFTB (2382) for information.
door prizes and more, including a scav- Army Community Service teach you how
enger hunt, as you learn about ACS pro- to prepare great food on a shoestring ACS Resiliency Training
grams and initiatives along with special budget. Dinner on a Dime focuses on Are you a tennis ball or an egg? Do
guest Col. Joseph A. Simonelli Jr., Fort making quick, healthy, affordable meals. you bounce back or do you crack? Learn
Bliss’ garrison commander. Classes take place at the Milam Youth to bounce back when the stressors of
ACS is located in Bldg. 2949 on Activity Center, 10960 Haan Road at East everyday life start getting you down by
Ricker Road. For information, call 568- Fort Bliss. The class is free, but pre-regis- attending the ACS Resiliency Training.
1132. tration is required. Register by phone at The training will enhance your effective-
569-5365 or 568-1132; register by e-mail ness and well-being by teaching you the
Club Karaoke at firstname.lastname@example.org; or register skills to build mental toughness, learn
Take the stage and wow the crowd in person at ACS. what your character strengths are, build
when Club Karaoke begins this week at Future classes are scheduled from 10 strong relationships, and lastly how to
the Centennial’s Sam Adams Pub. Doors a.m. to noon today; Feb. 1 and 17; and hunt the good stuff, focusing on the posi-
open at 4:30 p.m. Dance to the sounds of March 1 and 17. Free child care will be tive rather than the negative. ACS will be
DJ Clarke Darrk and enjoy $2 well drinks provided for children registered with offering Resiliency Training from 8:30
18C • JANUARY 20, 2011 • FORT BLISS MONITOR
group meetings. Vouchers will be given at 11199 on East Fort Bliss, and is open from
the completion of group sessions. 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Visit the www.blissmwr.com/sos for Java Cafe proudly serves Starbucks cof-
information on the program. fee. For information, call 744-8427.
Beef and Burgundy Civilian Fitness Program
Put on your dancing shoes and join us The Civilian Fitness Program is an
for an all-you-can-eat dinner buffet, live opportunity for Army civilians to develop
music and dancing at the new Beef and and continue healthy lifestyle changes.
Burgundy at the Centennial. Dinner The six-month, structured program is
begins at 5 p.m. every Wednesday. In open only to civilian employees of Fort
January, enjoy a special treat: free dance Bliss.
lessons from the El Paso Ballroom Dance The program begins March 28 and
Academy. involves pre- and post-program fitness
A revamped menu offers diners a rotat- assessmenst and one-hour workouts three
ing menu of theme nights. Each dinner times a week. Guidance will be provided
includes a salad bar, dessert selections and on exercise program design, nutrition and
complimentary wine, all for just $13.95 aerobics, but the actual program will be
for adults and half price for children ages determined by the participants. Group fit-
7 to 11. Children 6 and under eat free. ness classes offered include TRX, gravity,
Wednesday, seafood night features yoga, pilates, spin and more, all on a rotat-
salmon, crab cakes and linguini with clam ing schedule.
sauce. Feb. 2, German night features Visit www.blissmwr.com/fitness to
schnitzel, bratwurst and sauerkraut, and download the application packet, or pick
mashed potatoes and gravy. one up at the front desk of Stout PFC.
For reservations or information, call Completed packets must be returned no
562-5969. later than March 18 to Doug Briggs in
Room 111 at Stout PFC. Late applications
Fort Bliss’ Got Talent will not be accepted. For information call
Watch the brightest stars at Fort Bliss 568-6458.
shine during Fort Bliss’ Got Talent, win- Bingo at the Metro
ner of the Army Festival of the Arts’ best
variety entertainment production in 2010. Get out your daubers and join us for
Fort Bliss’ Got Talent is a four-week-long bingo fun each Wednesday, Saturday and
Sunday at the Centennial’s Club Metro.
competition showcasing some of the
installation’s best performers, every Binge Bingo starts at 6 p.m. Wednesday
nights. Play 11 games for $12 and come 12320 Lorenzo Ruiz
Thursday in February. Watch the audition (Off Joe Battle between
videos on our YouTube channel at out for your chance at our $1,200 jack- Montwood and Vista Del Sol)
pot. Check out Super Saturday Bingo ...
it’s big. Every Saturday at 6 p.m., come to
ture=mhum, then come out and support
your favorite contestant. the Centennial’s Club Metro for a night of SKATING RINK (2662)
At 6 p.m. Feb. 3, 10, 17 and 24, the bingo featuring 16 games for $18. Can www.rollerbomb.us
you win our $1,500 jackpot? If you want
Centennial Banquet and Conference
Center, Bldg. 11199 on East Fort Bliss, more bingo, check out Sunday Funday FREE ADMISSION
will host fierce competition as our per- Bingo at 1 p.m. every week. Stop in early With This Coupon and
formers battle for the $500 grand prize. for Champagne Sunday Brunch, which Valid Military I.D.
The audience is just as important as the runs from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. every week,
talent in this competition; while each then play for your chance at our $1,000
week’s performances will be evaluated by jackpot. Play Bonanza Bingo on your own
guest judges, the audience plays an inte- – numbers are drawn each week at the
gral role because their votes have the Centennial. If you can’t get enough bingo,
power to influence the outcome. Military check out the frequent player rewards pro-
units also have the chance to win: The unit grams! For information, call 744-8427 or
with the most participation over all four visit www.blissmwr.com/bingo.
weeks will win a $250 unit spirit award. Soldier sponsorship
For information, call 203-2518. Are you a Soldier who wants to mentor
Poker at the Pub and assist inbound Soldiers and their fam-
Test your poker skills with Poker Night ilies who are new to Fort Bliss? Can you
at the Pub every Monday from Feb. 7 show them the ropes and get them
through March 28. acquainted with the post? Sponsorship
Head to the Sam Adams Pub at the training is available from 3 to 4 p.m. on
Centennial for a night of free fun with no the second Thursday of every month.
buy-in. Registration begins at 5 p.m. and Trainings take place in the Army
games begin at 6 p.m. There is limited Community Service ballroom.
entry on a first-come, first-served basis. Additional trainings can be requested
While you play, enjoy $2 well drinks by individual units. For information or to
and $2 domestic bottles from 5 to 7 p.m. set up trainings, call 568-1132 or e-mail
and a $9.95 all-you-can-eat pizza and email@example.com.
salad buffet. For information, call 744- Credit counseling
8427. Are you in a financial crisis with cred-
Valentine’s Day Ball itors? Consumer Credit Counseling
Services assists individuals in financial
Treat your someone special to a crisis by working with creditors to devel-
romantic evening of wine, dinner and op plans to pay off debts and live a cash-
dancing Feb. 11 at the Centennial’s based lifestyle. ACS, in partnership with
Valentine’s Day Ball. This post-wide CCCS, offers a no-cost budget counseling
event is open to all active-duty Soldiers, and debt management service with a cer-
family members, retirees and DoD civil- tified credit counselor. For best service,
ians. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and dinner
make an appointment; walk-ins are wel-
starts at 7 p.m. come after 1 p.m. To get control of your
Dress to impress in formal attire and
debt, call ACS at 568-7088.
enjoy a four-course wine and dine sure to
make sparks fly. Cap off the evening with
dancing and entertainment by DJ Kay
Bee. Tickets cost $75 per couple or $40
per individual, and reservations are Learn to weave
required. For reservations or information, Learn to weave on a triangle loom
call 744-8427. from the Old Fort Bliss Museum. Make a
shawl, blanket, pillow cover, table runner
Free coffee Mondays or something else. The three-day class
Visit the Centennial’s Java Cafe for will take place Monday, Tuesday and
Free Coffee Mondays: Receive a free tall Wednesday at the Milam Youth Activity
Starbucks coffee from 7 to 10 a.m. every Center, Bldg. 10960 Haan Road, at East General Dentistry and Orthodontics
Monday. While you’re there, try one of Fort Bliss. Have you been told you are not Antonio Solis, D.D.S.
our delicious breakfast items: scones, Participants may bring their own yarn an invisalign candidate?
muffins, pound cake and bagel sandwich- or use what MYAC has to offer. Students Come to me for a FREE 2nd opinion. 915.595.3333
es are all available. will also learn the basics of crochet and 7878 Gateway East, Suite 101
The special runs through Feb. 28. Java will have a finished project when the class Most Insurance Accepted - Se habla español El Paso, TX 79915
Cafe is located inside the Centennial is complete. The program is open to 11- to Now Accepting Medicaid
Banquet and Conference Center, Bldg. 18-year-olds and is free for youth regis- Proudly serving the Ft. Bliss Community for more than 25 years!
FORT BLISS MONITOR • JANUARY 20, 2011 • 19C
tered with Child, Youth and School Participants must be members of Spring track practices are under way Hug creatures challenge
Services. For information, call 744-2449. CYSS. To register with CYSS, contact and are held from 6 to 7:15 p.m. Monday, Learn something new and have fun
Parent Central at 568-4374. Members Tuesday and Thursday at Stout Field.
Collegiate forum must have a current physical on file at the Summer track starts April 11. Practices
with friends while you give back to the
Socorro Independent School District community when taking part in the Milam
time of registration to ensure participa- will be held from 6 to 7:15 p.m. Monday Youth Activity Center’s Hug Creatures
invites all military-connected students and tion. through Thursday at Irving High School
their parents to a state collegiate forum Challenge. Through Feb. 11, make silly
For information, call 568-2617. track. hug creatures for young children whose
featuring Texas Tech University, St. For middle school and high school ath-
Mary’s University and Texas Christian Free golf lessons letes, visit www.teamblisstc.com to see
parents are deployed. The goal is to reach
University. The event will take place from SKIESUnlimited and Underwood Golf 30 hug creatures by the project’s end.
how you can run both seasons. The program is open to 11- to 18-year-
6 to 8 p.m. Jan. 28 in the Americas High Complex have partnered to bring the First Participants must be members of
School Theater at 12101 Pellicano. For Tee to Fort Bliss families. The First Tee olds and is free for youth registered with
CYSS. To register with CYSS, contact CYSS. Milam YAC is located in Bldg.
information, call 937-0320. offers children the opportunity to develop Parent Central at 568-4374. Members
life-enhancing values such as confidence, 10960 Haan Road, at East Fort Bliss. For
Spring soccer must have a current physical on file at the information, call 588-2858.
perseverance and judgment through golf time of registration to ensure participa-
Registration for Team Bliss Youth and character education while learning the
Sports spring soccer runs through Jan. 31. tion. Monopoly tournament
game of golf. For information, call 227-2105 or 568-
Spring soccer is open to boys and girls Do you have what it takes to be a real
Classes will take place at Underwood 2617 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
ages 3 to 15. Registration costs $40 for the estate millionaire? Prove it at the Milam
Golf Complex from 4 to 5:30 p.m. every
first child and $34 for each additional Parent Central training closures Youth Activity Center’s Monopoly tour-
Monday from Jan. 31 through April 11.
Classes must have at least five partici- Both the main Parent Central Services
The season runs from Feb. 7 through The tournament will take place from
pants to take place. Children must be reg- office in Bldg. 1743 and the satellite
April 8. This is a non-competitive league Feb. 15 through 18 and Feb. 22 through
istered with CYSS to register for the class. Parent Central Services office in Bldg.
and the 50 percent participation rule is in 25. Eight people will play each week, and
Registration closes Jan. 31. 503B will close for training from 10 to
effect. Parents must attend the sportsman- the top four money holders from each
For information, call 569-7732. 11:30 a.m. the second Tuesday of each
ship class before a child is eligible to par- week will advance to the championship
Track and field month. For information, call 568-4374. Feb. 26. The winner will receive a $100
ticipate in the Youth Services league.
Classes are scheduled for Feb. 7 through 9 The Team Bliss Youth Sports track and Ceramics club gift card to Finish Line.
and Feb. 14 through 16 at 6 p.m., 6:30 field team is now recruiting members for Are you interested in creating beautiful There are only 16 slots available, so
p.m. and 7 p.m. each night. If you have the 2011 season. Track and field is open to ceramics pieces? Join the EDGE! sign up today. The program is open to 11-
already attended this class within the past boys and girls ages 5 to 15. Registration Ceramics “R” Us Club at the Milam to 18-year-olds and is free for youth regis-
year, show your card when registering costs $40 for the first child and $34 for Youth Activity Center and create your tered with CYSS. For information, call
your child for Youth Sports. each additional child. own works of art. 588-2858.
The club meets each Friday from 5 to EDGE! Survival challenge
TURN YOUR NATURAL TALENT 6:30 p.m. and tackles different themes. Test yourself mentally and physically –
Members are currently creating animals. and be prepared to get down and dirty – in
INTO A REWARDING CAREER March 18, the club will tackle the mysti- a series of survival tests during the
cal world. Beginning April 22, the focus EDGE! Survival Challenge at the Milam
Career Training In shifts to chess sets.
• Cosmetology (Operator License) Youth Activity Center, located in Bldg.
Learn different techniques for painting 10960 Haan Road at East Fort Bliss. The
Why Milan? ceramics during ceramic painting tech- challenge takes place from Feb. 28
• Financial Aid for those who qualify niques class. The class will meet from 5 to through March 4 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. each
• Employment Services for Graduates 6:30 p.m. each Thursday from Feb. 10 night. The program is open to 11- to 18-
through March 17. year-olds and is free for youth registered
Students will learn techniques like dry
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www.milaninstitute.edu The programs are open to 11- to 18- Nine-ball clinic and tournament
year-olds and is free for youth registered Join the EDGE! Program March 7
with CYSS. Milam YAC is located in
STUDENT SALON Bldg. 10960 Haan Road, at East Fort
through 11 to learn how to play nine ball
and prepare for the nine ball tournament
OPENING JANUARY 2011 Bliss. For information, call 744-2449. March 12. The tournament winner will
receive a pool cue and carrying case.
Instructor supervised student salon. Laser tag
The program is open to 11- to 18-year-
Professional cosmetologists get paid to express themselves through hair, makeup Join the EDGE! program for laser tag olds and is free for youth registered with
and nails. Get the training you need to start this exciting new career at Milan Institute every Friday in January at the Milam CYSS. Milam YAC is located in Bldg.
of Cosmetology, and let your creativity shine. Youth Activity Center, Bldg. 10960 Haan 10960, Haan Road, at East Fort Bliss. For
Road, at East Fort Bliss. Jan. 29, head to information, call 588-2858.
1580 George Dieter Drive, Suite 207 • El Paso MYAC for outdoor laser tag at night.
The program is open to open to 11- to Gaming tournament
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Set your sights on fun and learn basic Show off your skills and claim the title
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to 6:30 p.m. Feb. 7 through 11. The pro- best-of-five tournament will take place
gram will end Feb. 12 with the Cupid Monday, March 21 through 25, with the
Shoot Out – participants have the chance championship game March 26.
to win gifts for Valentine’s Day. Teams consist of four players each.
The program is open to 11- to 18-year- Each player can only be on one team.
olds and is free for youth registered with The program is open to 11- to 18-year-
CYSS. For information, call 588-2858. olds and is free for youth registered with
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Sign up now for the Lego World proj- Extended care available
ect. Beginning Feb. 9, the club will meet Extended child care is available to sin-
from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays at the gle Soldiers and dual military families
Milam Youth Activity Center, Bldg. who have a mission-related task through
10960 Haan Road, at East Fort Bliss. the CYSS Family Child Care program. All
With Lego World, you build it, create a it takes is the Soldier filling out a form
storyline, film it, edit it, add music and and getting the commander’s signature.
sound, watch it, YouTube it and show it to FCC will verify the duty requirement.
all your friends. Examples of extended care events
The program is open to 11- to 18-year- include, but are not limited to CQ, staff
olds and is free for youth registered with duty, field problem, a special event on a
CYSS. For information, call 744-2449. weekend (i.e. Veteran’s Day Parade) or
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06 Scion TC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $7,995
10,995 09 Honda Civic LX auto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $10,995
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Participants must register with CYSS
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Youth Activity Center. The last Friday of
every month, enjoy free snacks and coffee
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emergency capabilities. For information,
• OPTICS • RIFLES • with CYSS. Milam YAC is located in
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Antonio Ave. from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Fort Bliss at Bldg. 2910 on Cassidy Road Women’s b-ball league Friday. Come out to donate the gift of life.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and and at East Fort Bliss at Bldg. 403 on The Women’s basketball league will If interested, schedule an appointment
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noon to 6 p.m. Sunday. The exhibit is ters offer free tax return preparation by Fitness Facility this month. The league is
closed Monday. Admission is $10 for IRS-certified staff. For information, visit KinderJam
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3 and younger. For information, call 533- NCOWC Biggest Loser Club 2011 learning of preschool skills and concepts.
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Club welcomes any member whose is to eat healthier, lose weight and start an Kelly Park Community Center from 9:45
Military child award spouse, including retired members, is an to 10:30 a.m. This is a limited time offer
exercise program. Balfour Beatty
Operation Homefront is expanding the E-4 through E-9. Meetings are the first Communities is hosting a 12-week for six classes.
2011 Military Child of the Year Award. Tuesday of each month at 9:30 a.m fol- Biggest Loser Club. Each class will con-
Beginning 2011, the award will be given lowed with lunch at 11:30 a.m. Book exchange program
sist of weigh-ins, body measuring, a
to an outstanding military child from each The current location is Bldg. 449, workout session and healthy eating strate- January is National Book Month.
service – Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine Center Chapel. Child care is provided. For gies. Classes meet at 5:30 p.m. each week LifeWorks is collecting books for the new
Corps and Coast Guard. The winners, who information, call 851-2311. beginning Wednesday and will continue Community Book Exchange Program.
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tary identification or be currently enrolled Hotline for homeless veterans both the Kelly Park Community Center Tueday. For information, call 474-6642,
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Sun Metro prices increase
The Chamizal National Memorial will
Sun Metro fares for standard, military host free education programs for children
and student passengers have increased. ranging from pre-school to first grade.
The new rates are: regular fare – $1.50; Story time with Ranger Dora, featuring
student fare – $1; military fare – $1.50; this month’s theme of world holidays, will
transfers – free; day pass – $3.50; regular be from 10 to 11:30 a.m. today. Program
weekly pass – $12; student weekly pass- includes stories and thematic craft activi-
$7; monthly pass – $48; student monthly ties.
pass – $30. There is no change to sen- Saturday crafts: Explore world cul-
ior/disabled rates or the lift (paratransit)
Our teachers stay teachers because ACT-NOW! gives
tures through crafts. Families can delve
rate. into hands-on activities and discover the Alternative Certification for Teachers Now!
El Paso baby shower similarities among world cultures through
a simple craft. This month’s craft will be a
The Adventist Community Services of goodwill message flag, also known as the
them the tools for success
the El Paso Central Seventh Day Tibetan Prayer Flag. For information, call
Adventist Church is sponsoring the 532-7273, ext. 112. • Created by Teachers for Teachers • Reasonable Tuition Plan
biggest baby shower in El Paso at El Paso
Adventist Junior Academy at 3510 • 2 Evening Classes a week • VA Approved
Tai Chi for lunch
George Dieter Dr. Jan. 30. Members of • No Student Teaching Required • MYCAA
local communities can donate new and Through March 23, the El Paso
clean used infant, toddler, child and Museum of History will offer lunchtime • Certified Counselors • VA Rehab
woman’s clothing to the site Monday and classes in Tai Chi from noon to 1 p.m.
Wednesday from 3:30 to 6 p.m. and Lose midweek work stress by relaxing
with Tai Chi. • 32 Certification Areas Available • Behavior Management Classes
Tuesday and Thursday from 3:30 to 7
p.m. For information, call 383-4226 or Students will learn basic simplified including Special Education, • All Classes are “Hands-on”
visit www.communityservices.org or Yang movements and 12 therapeutic Qi-
Gong exercises. Loose, comfortable Mathematics, Bilingual Education • Small Classes
clothing and athletic shoes are recom- and Technology • Individual Personal Interview
Mission Trail tours mended. Class size is limited to 20.
ACT-NOW! is State Board for Educator Certification Approved
Book your tours with the area’s only Program fee is $20 for non-members and
Free Career Counseling & Financial Advice
Onsite Technical Coordinator Call (915) 590-2500
for Army STARRS Project ACTNOW-EP.org
Employment opportunity for an Onsite Technical Coordinator
position with the University of Michigan Survey Research
Center (SRC). This is a full-time fixed term position lasting 24
Davis-Paige Management Systems, LLC
months with the opportunity to extend to 36 months based on
7611 Little River Turnpike Suite 500-East Wing
project funding and timeline. This position will be part of the Annandale, VA 22003
United States Army STARRS Study. The basic role of this posi- 703 462-9511 (O) 703 462-9558 (F)
tion is to work closely with the Army STARRS Liaison and pro-
duction staff to coordinate data collections with Soldiers at Fort IMMEDIATE OPENINGS!
Bliss, TX. The Onsite Technical Coordinator will work in an Davis-Paige Management Systems, LLC (DPMS), a rapidly grow-
office at the installation. For a full description of the project, job ing government services provider headquartered in Northern VA
description, necessary qualifications, and to apply online, please has potential opportunities within the Fort Bliss area. Positions
visit our website at: http://umjobs.org/ and enter job id number require previous experience in Installation Management;
Deployment and Redeployment support as well as Pre-mobiliza-
54780 into the key word search. The University of Michigan is tion and Mobilization support. Candidates in the below fields
an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. will require, at minimum, a Secret security clearance.
* Shuttle Bus Drivers * Stock Clerks
* Receptionists * Material Handlers
* Dispatchers * Carpenters
* Supply Technicians * Electrical Technicians
* General Clerks * Heavy Equipment Operators
* Housing Assistants * Emergency Management Technicians
* Data Entry Operators * Personal Assistants
* Technical Instructors * Sr. Human Resource Specialists
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We offer a comprehensive benefits package, tuition reimbursement, 401(k) * Truck Drivers * Project Managers
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We are accepting applications for the following positions: Minimum High School Diploma and five (5) years experience in
the designated field. Prior United States Army experience is a
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FirstLight Federal Credit Union, PO Box 24901, El Paso, TX 79914, Attn HR DPMS offers a competitive Compensation and Benefit Plan.
For immediate consideration, please send your resume to Davis-
Paige Management Systems LLC (DPMS), at Jobs@dpmsllc.com,
Qualified applicants must be able to pass a series of screening checks to and reference FTBLISS/2011. Questions may be addressed to
include a credit check, and background check. the attention of Ms. Quadesha Joyner. Direct Mail: DPMS HR
Department, 7611 Little River Turnpike Suite 500-East,
FirstLightFCU is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Affirmative Action Employer Annandale, VA 22003.
FirstLight FCU is an EOE/AAP
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Foundation is now accepting academic Night of Hope Ball
scholarship applications for the 2011- The El Paso Diabetes Association is
2012 academic year to reward high school sponsoring the Night of Hope Ball Feb.
and undergraduate students of military 12 from 6 p.m. to midnight at the El Paso
members residing in family housing in Museum of Art. Attendees are required to
need of financial assistance valued up to RSVP by Feb. 1. For information, call
$2,500 by recognizing their educational 532-6208.
and leadership efforts. The application,
details and requirements can be found at Chamizal avents
www.bbcommunitiesfoundation.org. The Below are some events Chamizal
application deadline is April 15. National Memorial will be hosting in the
Quilters Guild near future.
• The Piano Teacher’s Association
El Paso’s Northeast Quilters Guild, a Piano Recital is a series of three piano
nonprofit organization formed to create a recitals from students from several mem-
sharing environment among quilters, bers of the Piano Teacher’s Association
meets the second Thursday of each month Feb. 6 at 1:30p.m. Admission is free.
at the Trinity Presbyterian Church at 8001 • “El Sueño de Petra,” a bilingual play
Magnetic St. from 7 to 9 p.m. For infor- directed and translated by Malena Cano
mation call 751-2132. and written by Rupert Reyes, will be tak-
Project Linus ing place Feb. 11 and 12 at 6:30 p.m. and
Project Linus is a non-profit organiza- Feb. 13 at 4 p.m. Admission is $6.
tion providing handmade blankets to ill, • The Los Paisanos Gallery, located in
in need and traumatized children. The the west wing of the memorial, will be
group meets the first Saturday of every hosting Siglo poster artist Carmen
month starting Feb. 5 at the University Rodriguez Feb. 14 and 15. Admission is
Presbyterian Church at 244 N. Resler Dr. free. Regular gallery hours are Monday
For information, call Annette Wooters at through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5p.m.
474-2845. • Children’s story time with Ranger
Dora in February has a Black History
Track and field Month theme. The program includes sto-
The sign up for United Team Sports ries and thematic craft activities for chil-
primaries track and field will now run dren from pre-school age to first grade.
through March 15. Call 915-252-3180 for This month’s activity is to decorate a
more information or email at Nigerian Igbo drum. Admission is free.
firstname.lastname@example.org. Call 532-7273 for reservations.
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3 bed., 1.5 ba., frig., NORTHEAST
NE Homes Smoked glass TV • Newborn - 13 yrs old available
range, dishwasher, 4616 Loma Escondia 3BD $1100 • Direct TV also available
• State licensed
10741 Pleasant Sand 3BD $1300 stand w/ black metal Ft. Bliss – El Paso’s ONLY
7465 Umbria 3BD $1485 for Rent frame, fits 50 inch TV.
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KTCH, LRG LR, Betty Bassuk Hair Design
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EMAIL CLASSIFIEDS TO: firstname.lastname@example.org ADDRESS ONLY
OR USE FORM ON www.fbmonitor.com Click on Army Classifieds, Submit Form. Read instructions carefully!
Appliances oven $75; Oreck air purifier $40; foot locker $20;
queen headbd. $45. 755-6621. Yard sales Jan. 22, 6:30am, 5936 Porpoise, NE, furniture, toys
clothes, kitcken home interior, shoes, baby items,
Self-cleaning 4-burner stove, black & stainless steel, Jan. 22, 8-5 no early birds, 3029 Taylor Ave., antique clothes.
Firewood for sale. 760-7701.
$200; 19” color TV $25. 757-0144. radios & sewing machine, telescope, shelving, canopy
Large ceramic sconces, $60 ea; lrg bronze and round bed, tools, washer/dryer, ref, skis, much more.
Gas stove, white, like new, $100. 591-4430. beige decorative mirrors, $125 ea; Portable upright
moisture control air conditioner, $150. 760-8213.
Baby items 1.21 CTW diamond engagement ring, GIA certif., 18k
Pink Barbie Jammin Jeep, 2 passenger Jeep, like new,
working radio, with battery & charger, $150. 526-3807.
Computer & video games
4 hard drives, 2.5” external USB hard drive case, 2 3.5
gold & platinum, $3,200 obo. 588-2425.
4 Conure birds, male & female babies and parents,
incl. big cage. 708-663-9121.
YOUR AD WILL NOT APPEAR IF YOU DO
floppy drives, 4 removable hard drive racks, glare
screen, $70/all; HP Photosmart 7450 printer $30; HP
Pomeranian puppy, 10 weeks old, female, black, very
cute, first shots. 539-1212.
NOT FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS:
Deskjet F4100 all in one printer $50; HP Deskjet 5550
printer $40. 755-6621. 1 yr old Terrier mix, male, 1st shots, microchipped,
Seymour is excel. w/children. 269-0160. 1. Must include name, rank (or spouse’s rank), whether active duty,
Computer and printer w/desk & chair, $400. 821-0127.
25 lb., 18 mth. old female Beagle mix, fixed, all her retired, DAC or military dependent.
Furniture shots, potty trained, super friendly. 516-426-8058.
Finches and singing canaries. 209-417-8117.
2. Must include phone number (not a work phone number).
Green Lane rocker recliner, $100; tan Bassett rocker
recliner, $75; blue glider w/ottoman, $100. All excel. 2 miniature Schnauzers, 1 male black, 1 female salt & 3. Type information in civilian times and dates and
cond. 821-4604. pepper, both have shots, both 1 1/2 yrs old. Great with DO NOT USE CAPITAL LETTERS.
kids and love lots of attention. 821-8188.
Solid wood corner curio, great cond., $500; entertain-
9wk old female black & white parti Pomeranian. 504-
Prices should read (example $20, NOT $20.00).
ment ctr w/drawers/doors $1500; light blonde comput-
er desk w/matching file cabinet $500; girls antique 3424. 4. Do NOT send attachments.
canary 5pc bdrm set $1500. Will negotiate. 525-2241.
Two huge coffee tables, 1 green marble, 1 beige dec- Photo & electronics 5. Keep ad short and simple - no unnecessary words.
orative iron, $120 ea; 3-pc. white sectional sofa, $350.
Slide projector w/4 trays $60; 35mm camera w/case, 6. No businesses. No job seekers. No community notices.
filter & photo lens $150; Imagelab slide & negative
scanner $65. 755-6621. No weapons. No animal breeders or animals banned from post.
Homes for sale or rent 21” color TV, $50. 591-4430.
1 bdrm, washer, dryer hookup, lg kitchen, dining & liv- We will place your ad on first come first serve basis. If we run out of room,
ing space, private driveway, huge back yard, 2 min. to
Ft. Bliss, $650 mth., $600 dep. 873-6454.
Sporting goods your ad will have first priority in the next issue.
Moto gear, helmet, sz L, air vents, full face, sport hooli-
Room for rent in new home in Las Cruces area, private gan jacket, Lg liner, inside zip pockets, shoulder/elbow
area, Fairacres Rd., $400 mth. + utilities. 240-925- protection, boots sz 9, gloves, smx knuckle protect, L.
Rent - high on mtn., 3 bdrm, 2 ba, 2030sqft, 2 car
PRINT LEGIBLY - NO MORE THAN 30 WORDS
garage/storage, large covered patio, washer & dryer,
3016 Devils Tower. 755-6482.
Vehicles Allow one to two weeks for submission
‘05 Yucon Delani XL, white, sandstone interior, 60k,
Duplex, Cielo Vista area, 2 bdrm, large ba, livrm, din- ext. waranty, 5 DVD's w/sound system, rims & much
ing rm, carpet, appl., wash rm, ref., gar w/remote, pri- more, $25,000. 637-4388.
vate yard, covered patio, water paid, near schools/
mall/post, $795 mth., $795 dep. 591-7699. ‘05 Harley Wide Glide, 5k, silver w/blue pin stripe, like
new, HD windscreen, 2 helmets, $16,500 obo. 274-
3 bdrm, 2 ba, single car garage, NE, near 2 elemen- 6451.
tary schools & Ft. Biss, $1000 mth. 505-264-7092.
‘03 Acura 3.2 TL, 74k, $9,800. 328-5318.
Eastside, single story brick, 3 bdrm, 2 ba, double
garage, $115,000. 588-7503. Mobile Suite 36’ 5th wheel trailer, 3 slides, convection
oven, adj. king size bed, 2 TVs, slide out in storage HOME PHONE #:__________________________________
Doublewide mobile home, 3 bdrm, 2 ba, enclosed
patio, furnished carport, gated retirement community,
area, propane generator, 2 swivel rockers, sofa, ref. Publish this advertisement in the following category (SELECT ONE ONLY):
w/ice maker, auto. awning, $55000. 755-6621.
must be 50 years old or older. 633-4544.
‘06 Honda VTX 1300C, 30 original mi., garage kept, w/ IAppliances I Baby Items I Computers & Video Games I Furniture
NE, 4 bdrm, 2 ba, 2 car gar, 2200sqft, ref. air, custom 3 yr extended service policy, $8500 obo. 751-7946.
shutters, 15 min. to Ft. Bliss, lrg shed, great price, Homes For Sale Or Rent
I I Lost & Found I Pets
open house Sunday 1-4. 329-3940. ‘94 BMW 540I, with all the extras, runs great, $3,000.
5341 Bastille, NE, best offer. Free German trunk with
760-7701. I Clothing (no military issue) I Miscellaneous I Photo & Electronics
purchase. 757-1477. ‘07 VW Rabbit, 2 door, 53k, auto trans, maint at deal-
er, 10 airbags, aftermarket projector headlights w/
I Sporting Goods (no weapons) I Wanted I Vehicles
NE, 10717 Levelland, 3 bdrm, 2 ba, den with f/p, 2 car LEDs & Halos, aftermarket black altizza brakelights,
gar., pool, fence front/back yards w/wrought iron $10,950 obo. 329-9672.
I Yard Sales (1st weekend of month only for on-post housing)
gates, 5 min to Ft. Bliss, ceramic tile thrughout, $950
mth. + dep. 590-5508. ‘02 Lexus RX 300, great cond., leather int., 24mpg, MAIL TO: PAO-Bldg. 15, Ft. Bliss, Texas 79916 or bring to Bldg. 15.
$10,900 obo; ‘09 Hyundai Accent SE, warranty, black Classified Ads are LIMITED TO 30 WORDS and MUST be written on the form that is published every few weeks. Otherwise the form can be filled out at the
NE, North Hills, about 2000sqft, 3 bdrm, 2 ba, 2 living w/lt grey int., 34mpg, $9,900 obo. 575-589-1319. Public Affairs Office, Building 15. It usually takes two weeks to print the ad due to the backlog since ADS RUN ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED
areas, 2 car garage, 1 story w/attic, $205,000. 821- BASIS. ADS WILL ONLY BE PRINTED ONCE. The Monitor Classified Section will not publish work phone numbers, ads which are unclear or illegible or
8188. ‘10 Nissan Sentra, low mi., garage kept, immaculate ads for business use. Ads marked with more than one category shall be placed in the Miscellaneous section. This section is a service provided free of charge for
cond., take over payments or refinance. 217-0858. active duty service members, their families, DAC employees and retired military.
Lost & found ‘07 GMC Canyon SL truck, white, bedliner w/cover &
lock, good cond., 24,450 mi., $12,500. 821-0127. MUST FILL OUT INFORMATION BELOW
Lost - cat in Corrigedor Housing area, brown with black
spots (leopard-like). Requires meds 3 x week, allows ‘87 Chevy Suburban, good cond., $650 obo. 474- OR AD WILL NOT RUN
petting but does not like to be picked up. 912-508- 3340.
4049. $1500 top of the line Volvo, great car. 875-5034.
Miscellaneous ‘08 VW GTI, 41,600 mi., DSG auto transmission, 6
disc MP3, Ipod adapter, new tires, intake, black, 2dr, SIGNATURE___________________________________________DATE___________________
50 state quarter set mounted $25 ea; humidifier 18” rims, still under factory warranty $15,500. 575-
w/extra filters $35; handicap walker $10; crutches $10; 520-9125. I certify that this advertising is in no way connected with a commercial venture advertisement and I am:
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05 MERCURY MARINER......$8,995 07 TOYOTA TACOMA.........$17,995
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03 GMC SONOMA XCAB.$5,840 08 HYINDAI SANTA FE.$13,490 STK#B4109A, NICE! STK#B4025, D-CAB!
02 INFFINITI I-35.. . . . . . . . . . $6,995 05 FORD ESCAPE XLT.. . . . . .$11,995 STK#A8370A, GREAT DRIVING TRUCK! STK#20025A, GREAT DRIVING SUV!
05 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER....$8,995 09 JEEP CHEROKEE..........$17,995
STK#T21021O, TEST DRIVE THIS ONE!
03 SATURN VUE.. . . . . . . . . . . $6,995
STK#P7842, 4X4 FUN!
05 FORDF-150 X-CAB.. . . . . $11,995 03 FORD F-150 ..............$6,998 09 DODGE GR CARAVAN...$13,990 STK#B4141, HARD TO FIND! STK#B4166, WHY BUY NEW!
STK#C0330A, HURRY IN FOR THIS ONE! STK#C0370A, WON’T LAST LONG!
STK#A8114, ONLY 38K MILES! STK#A8395, GREAT FOR THE KIDS!
06 CHEVY EXPRESS............$8,995 09 NISSAN FRONTIER.......$19,995
02 CHEVY S-10 X-CAB.. . . . . .$7,995 09 MAZDA 3.. . . . . . . . . . . . .$11,995 05 CHRYSLER T&C.........$7,490 10 FORD FUSION.........$13,990 STK#B4082, NICE! STK#B4079, WON’T LAST!
STK#T11412A, NEW CAR TRADE! STK#P7720A, EXCEPTIONAL VALUE!
STK#19983A, HURRY IN TODAY! STK#A8238, A REAL BARGAIN!
09 HYUNDAI ACCENT..........$9,995 08 TOYOTA TACOMA.........$19,995
01 HONDA ACCORD EX-L.. . . .$7,995 09 FORD FOCUS SE.. . . . . . . $11,995 06 CHEVY HHR LT..........$7,990 04 BMW X3..................$13,998 STK#B4179, GAS SAVER! STK#B4101, D-CAB!
STK#T11443A, HARD TO FIND! STK#P7535, TEST DRIVE THIS ONE! STK#A8350A, HURRY IN TODAY! STK#AA8409, A MUST SEE! 04 CHEVY TAHOE..............$10,995 07 JEEP COMMANDER .....$19,995
06 TOYOTA COROLLA.. . . . . . .$7,995 09 PONTIAC G6 GT.. . . . . . . .$11,995 09 CHEVY AVEO.............$8,888 09 MERC GR MARQUIS..$14,790 STK#3961A, NICE! STK#B4160, NICE!
STK#C0376B, NOT A MISTAKE! STK#P7693, SPORTY SEDAN! STK#A8307, HURRY IN TODAY! STK#A8062, EQUIPPED RIGHT! 06 DODGE DAKOTA...........$11,995 08 NISSAN 350-Z..............$21,995
06 CHRYSLER SEBRING.. . . . .$7,995 06 DODGE DURANGO SLT.. . .$12,995 05 CHEVY COLORADO....$9,490 07 NISSAN XTERRA.....$14,820 STK#B4097! STK#4486A, ONLY 16,000 MILES!
STK#C0315A, CONVERTIBLE FUN! STK#P7725A, OFF ROAD FUN! STK#A7963, EXTRA CAB! STK#A8183, A REALLY NICE ONE! 06 MAZDA MIATA .............$12,995 07 CHEVY SUBURBAN.......$22,995
06 CHEVY MALIBU MAXX.. . . $7,995 10 DODGE AVENGER SXT.. . .$13,995 08 FORD RANGER..........$9,990 10 DODGE CHARGER....$15,990 STK#B3910A, CONVERTIBLE FUN! STK#4247A, FAMILY SPECIAL!
STK#P7635A, DRIVES GREAT! STK#P7833, NOT A MISTAKE! STK#A7819A, WON’T LAST LONG! STK#A8371, SXT, A REAL BARGAIN! 05 TOYOTA SIENNA...........$13,995 09 INFINITI G-37...............$24,995
05 CHEVY SILVERADO XCAB.. $7,995 08 CHEVY UPLANDER LS.. . .$13,995 07 TOYOTA CAMRY........$9,998 10 DODGE NITRO 4X4..$16,998 STK#4678A, PRICED TO SELL! STK#4518A, WHY BUY NEW!
STK#T10157E, PRICED TO SELL! STK#C0339A, NEW CAR TRADE!
06 CHEVY HHR LT.. . . . . . . . . .$8,995 08 TOYOTA PRIUS.. . . . . . . . .$13,995
STK#A7915, NOT A MISTAKE! STK#A8278, STEAL THIS ONE! 08 CHEVY EQUINOX..........$13,995 07 TOYOTA SEQUOIA.........$26,995
STK#T21037D, FUN TO DRIVE! STK#P7731, SAVE GAS! 08 SCION XB..................$9,998 10 TOYOTA PRIUS........$17,998 STK#4686A, WHY BUY NEW! STK#50744A!
04 CHEVY COLORADO CREW..$9,995 09 CHEVY IMPALA LT.. . . . . .$14,995 STK#A8024, DON’T MISS THIS ONE! STK#A8056, GAS SAVER! 09 SCION TC.....................$13,995 10 DODGE RAM.................$29,995
STK#P7812A, NOT A MISTAKE! STK#P7708, EQUIPPED RIGHT! 05 DODGE DURANGO...$10,997 10 JEEP GR CHEROKEE..$18,990 STK#B4063A, HARD TO FIND! STK#4238A, WHY BUY NEW!
08 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER.. . $9,995 09 MITSUBISHI ECLIPSE GS..$14,995 STK#A8478, LIMITED 4X4! STK#A8044, HURRY IN TODAY! 08 CHEVY SILVERADO ......$14,995 09 LEXUS RX-350.............$30,995
STK#P7575A, EXCEPTIONAL VALUE! STK#P7815A, CONVERTIBLE! 04 JEEP LIBERTY.........$10,998 10 CHRYSLER 300........$19,980 STK#B4145, NICE! STK#B4181, MUST SEE!
03 HONDA PILET EX-L.. . . . . . $9,995 08 HYUNDAI TIBURON.. . . . . $15,995 STK#19988A, LIMITED, 4X4! STK#A8107, 3.5 TOURING! 09 TOYOTA TACOMA.........$14,995 10 TOYOTA 4-RUNNER......$34,995
STK#T21030A, STEAL THIS ONE! STK#C0384A, NOT A MISTAKE! 08 CHEVY SILVERADO..$11,990 10 DODGE CHALLENGER...$20,998 STK#B4152A, ONLY 13,000 MILES! STK#B3985, ONLY 17,000 MILES!
STK#A7904, 4X4, GREAT DRIVING! STK#A8129, DRIVING EXCITEMENT!
09 TOYOTA CAMRY 09 CHEVY IMPALA LT 05 HYUNDAI SONATA 05 NISSAN FRONTIER
10 HYUNDAI SONATA...$11,995 10 MAZDA 3 SPEED.....$20,998
STK#A8217, GLS, 2 TO CHOOSE! STK#19868A, A RARE FIND!
10 NISSAN VERSA.......$11,998 10 DODGE 1500 QUAD.$22,998
STK#A8407, TEST DRIVE THIS ONE! STK#A8128, QUAD CAB, SLT!
$13,995 $14,995 08 VW RABBIT.............$13,480 08 MERCEDES C300 ....$23,998 $6,995 $10,995
STK#P7685, HOT SELLING IMPORT! STK#P7708, EQUIPPED RIGHT!! STK#B4174, LOW PAYMENTS!! STK#4804A, HARD TO FIND!
STK#A8399, FUN TO DRIVE! STK#AA8042, PURE LUXURY!
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