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VOLUME 33 NO. 7 MASSACHUSETTS MILITARY RESERVATION 02542 JULY 2011
By LT Ned Forys, Air Station Cape Cod
H60 Maintenance Chief, AMTC Brad Barrington’s son
Tyler has been signed by the Falmouth Commodores of the
Members from Air Station Cape Cod pose for a photo with the Coast Guard HU-25 Falcon jet CG2133 after its last
Cape Cod Baseball League to a conditional contract to start
flight, Monday, June 6, 2011.
The Cape league is a nationally known league for Story & photo courtesy of U.S. Coast Guard
the caliber of players that play here during the summer due to arrive sometime next year. As for CG2133, the first
months. After flying more than 15,371 hours in support of Falcon jet to be retired at the air station, it will join the HU-
Tyler finished up two years of college at the College U.S. Coast Guard operations around the country, the Coast 16E Albatross CG7250 on display at the front gate of Air
of the Albemarle in Elizabeth City N.C. and is currently Guard retired the HU-25 Falcon jet CG2133 at Air Station Station Cape Cod as a tribute to Coast Guard aviation’s rich
making preparations to transfer to a four year university Cape Cod, June 6, 2011. past.
next school year to continue his baseball career. With clear skies, the air station’s commanding officer, During its near 28-year career, the jet participated in
The uniqueness of this opportunity is the fact that not Capt. David Throop, Cdr. Mike Lachowicz, Master Chief search and rescue cases, drug and migrant interdiction and
many local kids get a chance to play in this competitive Petty Officer Keith Rees, Chief Petty Officer Troy Kalbach marine law enforcement. It served three different times at
league as it is usually reserved for Div I college players and Petty Officer 1st Class Jamar Jones took off, landed Air Station Cape Cod, racking up a total of 5,275.4 flight
whose names have been selected to play at the conclusion and taxied the jet down Air Station Cape Cod’s runway for hours of service in the First Coast Guard District.
of last year’s season. Just to get a chance is very big in the final time. Dassault Falcon Jet Corp delivered the Falcon to the
baseball circles around the country. The Falcon’s replacement, the HU-144 Ocean Sentry is Coast Guard on June 28, 1983.
The Coast Guard Heritage Museum in Barnstable (CGHM) enjoys a great relationship
By LTJG Jared Carbajal, Air Station Cape Cod with the Coast Guard units at Otis and units throughout Sector Southeastern New England
On June 21, 2011 the National Graduate School of Quality Management and The cooperation between the Cape Cod Chapter of the Chief Petty Officers Association
Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod, signed a Memorandum of Agreement to offer a (CPOA), the Cape Cod Chief’s Mess and the CGHM in Barnstable Village is bringing new
Bachelor’s Degree Completion curriculum at the Air Station. Fifteen students are life to the museum which opened in 2005.
enrolled in this 12 month program. The Museum covers the history of the Coast Guard From the earliest Revenue Cutter
Pictured from left to right foreground are Mr. James McLoughlin, Asst. days right up to the many activities of today’s Coast Guard. Thanks to the Chiefs and
Educational Services Officer; CAPT David Throop, Commanding Officer and Dr. others, we are continually adding to our collection. In the future, we hope to present an
Robert McManus, Director of the Bachelor’s Degree Program. Back Row are exhibit featuring the work of the Port Security units.
LTJG Scott Opheim, educational Services Officer and Ms. Marcie Trefny, Associate Through the efforts of current and former Air Station personnel, we have added
Director of Military Enrollment. uniforms, memorabilia, equipment—including a rescue swimmers dry suit –to our
collections. Former COs have provided some great items for display. Expert Model
Makers have created scale model s of every type of aircraft used by the Coast Guard from
the earliest days of Air Rescues.
The 2010 Water Quality Report prepared by the 102d Intelligence Wing for Public
All Active Duty Coast Guard personnel are admitted free of charge. Others pay $5.
Water Supplier ID # MA4096001 serving the Massachusetts Military Reservation is
We are open Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 3 P.M. We are actively looking for
now available. Copies may be obtained by calling (508) 968-4263 or via the Internet
volunteers to help spread the workload now carried by a corps of volunteers. We also
at www.eandrc.org. Click on Publications, or www.102iw.ang.af.mil/shared/media/
encourage people to take out memberships. Visit our website: www.cgheritage.org or call
508-362-8521 to learn more about us.
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COL Richard V. Crivello
Post Commander Camp Edwards ARNG Training Site
Summer is finally here! After a long winter and a enthusiastically continue to look to the future in a positive open and operate the gym on a daily basis. We look forward
spring that seemed like an extension of winter it is good get manner. We are confident that we will continue to be the to soon be able to open this facility to military members,
outside and enjoy the sunshine. What better place to enjoy primary pre-mobilization Reserve Component Training dependents, and our military retirees in a similar manner as
the summer than on Cape Cod. The beaches are great, the Site in the northeast. Our future plans are centered on was done prior to the renovation.
people are awesome and there is a wide variety of things to improving and modernizing our existing facilities and As we move forward we are getting ready to
do. There is no better place to be on a sunny day than right ranges to support this concept. We continue to be fortunate start renovating building 102 as the Camp Edwards
here, right now! to be able to invest in new and improved facilities to meet Headquarters. This project will start in early summer and
It was a very busy spring for me and my fellow mission requirements. will be completed in late 2012. We have also started the
Commanders. We had the pleasure of giving update briefs A good example of this is the newly renovated gym design of the New Regional Training Institute in the 5200
to the Boards of Selectmen from all the towns that share building on Connery Ave. This facility has been completely area and the new Unit Training and Equipment Site.
a common border with us. The meetings provided a great rebuilt. Other than the hangers, this building is the largest Congratulations to Air Station Cape Cod on the successful
forum to discuss issues of mutual concern. It was great to assembly space we have on the MMR. The project included ground breaking of your new hanger building. This, along
hear how much support there is in the local communities for new locker and shower facilities, exercise areas with new with the construction work the 102nd Intelligence Wing is
our respective missions. equipment, renovated bleachers, sound system, as well as doing, the new wind turbines under construction by AFCEE,
One of the major topics of discussion from all the a new multipurpose field house type floor that can be used and the two proposed by the 6th Space Warning Squadron,
towns was what does the future hold for the MMR. Well for not only athletic events but also large gatherings. We’ve the future of the MMR does indeed look promising.
I can tell you from the Camp Edwards perspective we relocated the billeting office to this building in order to keep
Health Care during transfer Call your PCM and TRICARE within 24 hours of Kaehler Clinic
emergency care. 508-968-6582/6572
The transfer season is once again upon us and many will Urgent care (conditions that need to be treated within Kaehler Clinic (afterhours)
be on the road to new units and visiting family and friends 24 hours). CALL YOUR PCM/TRICARE BEFORE 508-968-6700
along the way. Take a minute to review any medical needs GETTING CARE.
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Veterans find common ground at Project New Hope’s first weekend retreat
Project New Hope held its first retreat weekend, both to have served as well as what it’s like to come home, • November 4, 5,6 Clara Barton 66 Clara Barton Rd
May 23rd with combat veterans and their families getting and so have dealt with the same feelings and problems as ~ N. Oxford, MA
the opportunity to stay on an historic farm at the Elm they try to come to terms with their experiences. Regardless of which era a soldier served in – whether
Hill Center in Brookfield, where they learned how to The vets and their families were thrilled to be a part of it be Korea, Vietnam, the Gulf War, Iraq, and Afghanistan
ride horses, relaxed through a yoga session, ate lovingly the unique project, and Deveau said he was definitely going — all U.S. wartime veterans and their families are welcome.
prepared meals, and sometimes just sat back to enjoy the to do his part to contribute to the upcoming retreats. There is no charge associated with Project New Hope
beautiful weather together — all the while escaping from and “financial concerns will never prevent us from offering
the stresses, routines and struggles of home life. The five remaining weekend retreats Project New Hope our services to Soldiers and their families.”
But for the vets who returned to their families after currently has are scheduled are: Unrestricted gifts to the organization’s annual fund are
tours in wars abroad, the most unique aspect of this retreat an important source of steady income that enable Project
was having the support and understanding that comes from • July 15, 16, 17 Elm Hill ~ 26 East Main Street ~ New Hope to provide and assists wartime veterans, and
being together with men and women that know what it’s like Brookfield, MA their families, with the transition from wartime back to
• August 19, 20, 21 @ ELM HILL ~ 26 East Main peacetime living.
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To learn more about Project New Hope, the retreats,
and how to be a part of the organization, visit their website
Prescott St ~ Groton, MA (Survivors weekend at www.projectnewhopema.org. Also, click here to visit
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Address all advertising inquiries to: • October 21, 22, 23 Clara Barton ~ 66 Clara Barton The committee meets monthly at the Leicester Senior
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The Otis Notice is published monthly for the in the military. We have all been where our patrons are find an hour or two or even a shift to help us help you. Our
Massachusetts Military Reservation and the Combined Commands.
now and know what it is like to need that little bit of help hours of operation are as follows unless we can get more
DEADLINE for the next issue of The Otis Notice is from time to time. volunteers: Mon 10-12; Sat 9-12, and only one Wednesday
We at Ma Otis’s Pantry survive on volunteers, donations a month. The board has many tasks to keep this place
Wednesday, July 28, 2011. The publish date for the
and fundraisers alone. Because of this; our resources are operational therefore Wednesday’s will be closed unless we
next issue of The Otis Notice is August 4, 2011. News sporadic and unpredictable. We are asking that our visitors get more dependable people to fill in on a Wednesday. If
copy may be mailed to P.O. Box 571, Osterville, MA be considerate of their neighbors. Ask yourselves before you are willing and can commit one or two shifts per month
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LCDR Jen Bowden, CHC, USN Chaplain
Sector Southeastern New England
Little acts of kindness
Summer has officially arrived and the beach weather on the beach before he began his work. One day, as he was young man replied, “The sun is up and the tide is going out.
is rapidly approaching! Along with that comes transition walking along the shore, he looked down the beach and saw If I don’t throw them in, they’ll die.”
and change. Every day I’m asked questions about how a human figure moving like a dancer. He smiled to himself Upon hearing this, the wise man commented, “But,
to live life well and to the fullest in the midst of busy at the thought of someone who would dance to the day, and young man, do you not realize that there are miles and
schedules and many distractions. The following story is so, he walked faster to catch up. miles of beach and there are starfish all along every mile?
one of my favorites as a reminder that even little acts of As he got closer, he noticed that the figure was that of You can’t possibly make a difference!” At this, the young
kindness and consideration go a long way! You may never a young man, and that what he was doing was not dancing man bent down, picked up yet another starfish, and threw
realize how holding the door, carrying a bag, a greeting or at all. The young man was reaching down to the shore, it into the ocean. As it met the water, he said, “It made a
smile can make a big difference to the one who receives picking up small objects, and throwing them into the ocean. difference for that one.”’ Loren Eiseley (1907 - 1977)
your kindness. In the heightened pace of work and family- He came closer still and called out “Good morning! May I
take time to notice how your positive attitude is making a ask what it is that you are doing?” The young man paused, Have a great Summer season and take time to enjoy the
difference to those around you! Enjoy the story... looked up, and replied “Throwing starfish into the ocean.” sights!
‘Once upon a time, there was a wise man who used to “I must ask, then, why are you throwing starfish into the
go to the ocean to do his writing. He had a habit of walking ocean?” asked the somewhat startled wise man. To this, the
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Coast Guard Air Station Cape Cod will host a “College
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SOFTBALL SEASON IN FULL STRIDE: with
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member for spending time in North Carolina and he generally enjoies feature,
Medical Group as a
and maintained now in one vault. Heading up this task is Master Biomedical Equipment traveling to any place with warm weather
Sgt. Michael Burman. Technician. contact Maj. Nicole Ivers at (508) 968-4664 or e-mail nicole.
Also supporting the cleaning and maintenance is the 102nd
Security Forces Combat Arms Training and Maintenance (CATM).
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Currently Sgt. Sayres
“The support we are getting from the CATM people is huge,” said lives in Haverhill, Mass.
Burman. “They brought over a lot of the cleaning supplies and and works on electron
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are helping Airmen to clean and check the weapons.”
Cleaning and inspecting the weapons is an annual
microscopes in the New England area. He also is
requirement. This can be a daunting task for just the LRS alone. studying Electronics Engineering at the University of
Massachusetts in Lowell. If you would like to nominate a 102nd Intelligence Wing
Because the weapons are for all the 102nd IW, the LRS is able to
member for the monthly “Airman in the Spotlight” feature,
get support from all the Group commanders to send Airmen in
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of what information they are placing in the public domain.”
Many phones are automatically set up to capture this
aware of the risks associated with technical tools that help them information by default, and users will have to navigate through CSA (Controlled Spending Account)
share information, officials said Jan. 7. their phone settings to disable this function.
t, and users will have to navigate through
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take pictures and access social networking sites, they could non-classified, the missions may still be sensitive in nature
be inadvertently posting information showing the exact
ntingency operations are classified or
geographic location of their home, work location, or Citi will launch Phase II effectiveeffective balance due 2011. for on their GTC card holders
Citi will launch Phase II Mayupdate It’s very important Thoseaddress, and
and Airmen should not tag uploaded photos with their
locations, General Weida said. 1, 2011. to Citi bank
account.May 1, Those current
their mailing on file
affected are travelers with no open phone number through Citi to ensure CSA is received.
daily travel patterns through technology known as “When taking photos, Airmen should be aware
to address, email
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affected are travelers with no open travel orders on file and
of the surrounding area, understanding that even
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“When Airmen post photos to the web or
their current GTC
and no balance due to Citi bank on If the information is incorrect during the rollout of the
objects in a photo can give away critical, unclassified
General Weida said. IDEA
post their location via location-based software
applications such as ‘Foursquare’ and ‘Facebook
Places,’ a savvy terrorist or criminal can easily track
no balance due to Citi bank on their this can possibly delay or stop the card delivery
CSA, current GTC account.
information such as the location, type of personnel
to the member, card affect unit
account. It’s very important for current GTC which canholdersTemporary Duty
or type of weapons being used during the mission,”
for current GTC card holders to
It’s very important address, email address, and update
General Weida explained. “Publishing photos of
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where they live and work, their route of travel and to update their mailing assignments.
mission locations can be detrimental to mission
number through Citi to ensure CSA is phoneSystem) Tips
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phone their mailing address, email address, and received.
even determine if they’re away from home,” said Maj. success.”
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Gen. John Weida, the assistant deputy chief of staff for The general added that Airmen often take smartphones
n a photo can give away critical, unclassified
operations, plans and requirements. “These slips in innocent or MP3 players to deployed locations, possibly enabling
communication between, family, friends and colleagues can 1. Utilize If (Travel Explorer)
through Citi is incorrect during the rollout information
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on such as the location, type of personnel
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f weapons being used during the mission,” available. is incorrect during the rollout of the https://secure.defensetravel.dod.mil/Passport
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required, DO NOT amend the airline receipts,
to the delay or stop the can affect unit Temporary Duty can receipts regardless of amount, authorization. All changesrental car
photographs, video, websites and SMS messages, people “Exposing Airmen and unit locations gives the adversary an
Weida explained. “Publishing photos of
can tag a location on their photos, even if their camera or member, which card delivery to the per diem, and miscellaneous expenses.
advantage that could impact the entire mission,” General Weida member, which will be done when the traveler completes the voucher via
smartphone does not have a GPS function.
ations can be detrimental to mission
“Geotags and location-based software updates are just the
assignments. Temporary Duty assignments.
affect unit within 5 workdays from return.
The general lauded the Army for its comprehensive product
of the Approving Official’s review fee
receipts regardlessrequiresamount, conference and receipts
3. Travelers are required to electronically file a voucher
latest challenge; a simple search for ‘Afghanistan’ on sites such
as Flickr or Google Images can reveal thousands of location regardless of amount, excess baggage receipts, and all other
4. Travelers are required to upload itemized lodging
concerning geotagging that will also help educate the Air Force.
“It is well worth reading by Airmen at every level,” General
receipts regardless of amount, airline receipts, rental car 6. If a modification is required and the TDY has not
Get info. often take smartphones
added that Airmen Find answers. Share ideas.
tagged photographs that have been uploaded,” General Weida
said. “We need to encourage all Airmen, civilians, contractors,
Weida said. System) Tips regardless of amount, conference fee receipts
DTS (Defense TravelSystem) Tips
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travel related receipts equal or greater than $75.00.
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locations, possibly enabling
and family members to practice good OPSEC and remain aware
the official uploaded images and
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and local government information.
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2. TRAX can be estimate air travel, rental car,
lodging, per diem, and and miscellaneous expenses. requires the Approving Officials authorization. All changes
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3. Travelers are required to electronically file a voucher will be done when the traveler completes the voucher via
within 3. workdays from return. electronically file a voucher
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“let’s do a triathlon!”
By Caitlin Costa and Nicole Russell
FUN, We have always wanted to participate in a and a lot harder than it needed to be. After our
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up last minute for the Hyannis Sprint Triathlon beginning of the run the three of us took a break
Hope to see you there! that was being held that upcoming Saturday June before beginning this leg. We still ran and finished
11th. With no training or preparation for the race the race hand in hand and all smiles.
we showed up at 6:30 am, ready to give it our Our goal in this competition was not to
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and a storm was rolling in. To a novice ocean transitions, where the three of us were fixing our
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and is available at the Training Center or at the CCCC Campus.
Call 1-508-362-2131 ext. 4711 to register.
The Club has voted to Extend a 1 year
Complimentary Membership to all Active Duty,
Reserve & Government Employees to the Club. One
Ma Otis’s last thing the club will be sponsoring a Massachusetts
Basic Hunter Safety Course: July 12, 14, 19, 21, 26
Pantry & 28, each class will be held at the club from 6:00
pm to 9:00 pm each evening and there is no cost.
Located at the USCG Chapel Support Building 1015 : South Inner Road
Anyone who would like to attend must register with
Hours: the Massachusetts Hunter Safety Division which is
Mondays: By Appointment Only
part of the Massachusetts Division of Fish & Wildlife.
To Enroll Call (978)772-0693.
Saturdays (bread day): 9-12 More information is available at http://www.otisfishandgame.com
Ma Otis’s Pantry is an emergency food pantry located on the OTIS FISH & GAME CLUB
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Our goal is to assist any military family in need regardless of http://www.uscg.mil/mwrcapecod/OtisFishGame_Fish_Fry.pdf
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COMMUNITY ADVISOR BOARD
ASCC housing office is looking at setting up a
Community Advisory Board. The main goal of this
Notes of Interest
group will be to bring people together in the community The Catholic Cancer Support Group at Our Lady of
by passing information, identifying problems and Victory will hold its next meeting on Tuesday, July 12th,
issues and then working together to develop solutions.
2011. Due to a special Parish Mission event that same
We would like to solicit for two representatives from Cribbage night, the Cancer Support Group mass and Anointing of
each housing area (5300, 5400, 5600 and 5700). the Sick will take place at the special time of 6:00 p.m. at
As a representative, you will be a spokesperson for Tuesdays 5:45 PM, Sandwich American Legion
Our Lady of Victory in Centerville. Following the mass,
your area passing valuable information and assisting 20 Main Street, Sandwich, MA 02563 • 508-888-9832
the Parish Mission will start at 7:00 p.m. and all members
residents in need. Only by working together and and Thursdays 5:45, PM Bourne VFW 180 Shore Road
are welcome to stay for the mission. There will not be
sharing information can we make a positive impact for Bourne, MA 02532 • 508-759-5629
a support group social hour or speaker this month. The
those residing in our neighborhoods. Therefore, our Support Group is faith based but all are welcome: cancer
objective as a Community Advisory Board is to build patients, survivors, family and friends. Reservations are
an effective system of services which will strengthen not needed. Future meetings will be held on every second
cooperation among everyone. Tuesday of the month, times to be confirmed. For more
When communities come together, neighborhoods are information, contact Mary Lees at (508) 771-1106 or
safer, problems are solved and people work together to contact the Parish Office at (508) 775-5744.
make our community thrive. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Membership Drive
Please call (508) 968-6505 if you are interested in TO PLAY WITH HOMELESS CHILDREN!!
becoming a member of the board.
Horizons for Homeless Children is seeking outgoing and fun volunteers to
interact and play with children living in homeless shelters in Southeastern MA, All Veterans
with a brand new site opening right in Marshfield. We offer daytime, afternoon
and evening shifts, so there is likely to be one that fits your schedule. A
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Association for the Blind at 1-888-613-2777 for details. do You have a Child under 5 Years old?
Upcoming volunteer trainings are scheduled for:
This is a free tow, quick pick up and donations are tax are You Pregnant or BreastFeeding?
deductible. Proceeds benefits blind and vision impaired
Wednesday & Thursday, June 8 & 9
6-9pm, both nights required Call 1-800-WIC-1007 for more information or call main
persons in Massachusetts.
W. Bridgewater, MA local program site in your in your area: cape cod 508-
Wednesday & Thursday June 22 & 23 771-7896 or 1800-942-2445
6-9pm, both nights required
Check us out on the web at Boston, MA
To fill out an application: www.horizonsforhomelesschildren.org.
The Cape Cod Chapter 26th Div. YDVA is having a
membership drive. We meet 4 times a year on base.
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Field Games 9am
Various Cardio Noon
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AF @Curtis Field AF Racquetball AF Racquetball
B&G Club Bowling Free Pizza Friday @
Events 5:30pm 4H Fair Projects
4-5p Youth Lounge 6p
Ages 8-14 Bowling Now
Kids 4 - 5p
OPEN at 2pm!
THE SAFETY GEAR STORE
ZumbAtomic Noon 3-2-1 Bowling 5-9p
@Crosswinds AF Racquetball
High Visibility Workwear - ANSI & OSHA Approved Bldg
Billiard League 6p Red Pin Bowling 4-10 Saturdays
Falcon Golf Course Open 7am-7pm Active Duty
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Lime Bombers w/safety Stripes Falcon Deli & Catering Open 10a-4p Sat & Sun, 10a-6p Mon-Fri
Now $49.99! Reg. $138 Still waiting on pool repairs –
Watch for opening announcements!
Boaters, Dog Walkers, Joggers
Don’t Become a Victim - Be Seen in 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
7pm Sand Castle & @Falcon:
Green, IT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE Roxy Theater
S’More Night Free Women’s
THOR Group Lessons
@Snake Pond Begin
4 Barlows Landing Road • Unit #3 • Pocasset 7‐8p
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10 11 12 13 14 15 16
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After @ Work at the Air Station Open Air Station
Independence Crosswinds 11am Open
Military Day Best Ball
Discount 17 18 19 20
21 22 23
Roxy Theater VFW – Local
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Kung Fu Scramble 10am
Includes Gas Heat & Hot Water. 24 25 26 27
28 29 30
1 Mile from Town Shopping Center. Roxy Theater
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Coast Guard Day Picnic
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