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					 Vol. 14, No. 1                                                                                                                                                                    Jan. 12, 2007

Tops in Blue performers rock Hickam

                                                                                                                                                                   Photo by Tech. Sgt. Michael McCormick
Performers from Tops in Blue, The Air Force’s deliver their creative blend of music,                      out the world. The theme of the 2006 World Tour is “What’s Love?” and the event
fun and entertainment to Team Hickam families during a concert at the Freedom                             shows the power of love through music and dance. The troops of the Tops in Blue
Tower Mall Dec. 16. As the Air Force’s expeditionary entertainers, members of Tops in                     troupe are an active-duty US Air Force special unit made up of talented performers
Blue fulfill their mission performing for military personnel and their families through-                  selected after an extensive audition process.

                                                                          Colts Cheerleaders visit
                                                                          leaves lasting impression
                                                                          By Wyoming Rossett
                                                                          15th Services Squadron

                                                                             The Indianapolis Colts
                                                                          cheerleaders recently left
                                                                          their football end zone to
                                                                          visit the Airmen at Hickam.
                                                                             The pep squad toured the
                                                                          base shaking hands, signing
                                     Photos by Senior Airman Erin Smith   autographs, posing for pic-
Children play in the bouncy houses and on slides during                   tures and finally performed
Military Appreciation Day.                                                an uplifting multi-media
                                                                          show presented by Armed

Families enjoy                                                            Forces Entertainment at the
                                                                          Freedom Tower Mall.
                                                                             Not only did they perform

afternoon outdoors                                                        for the entire base but they
                                                                          also took the time to make
                                                                          the holidays a little more
    Military members from                                                 bright for an Indianapolis
Team Hickam and around the                                                native,     Capt.     Jeffrey
island came out to Freedom                                                Thomas of Pacific Air
Tower Mall, Saturday for the                                              Forces. He was working at
                                                                                                                                                                              Photo by Wyoming Rossett
Military Appreciation Day                                                 the Terminal Instrument
                                                                                                           The Indianapolis Colts Cheerleaders take a moment to visit with Hickam Fire
event held here.                                                          Procedures cell when the         Emergency Services during their pre-holiday visit to Hickam. The cheerleaders also
   The celebration featured a                                             Colts Cheerleaders and staff     performed demonstrations and signed autographs here.
mini carnival, entertainment,                                             dropped by for a visit. He
games and prizes, a children’s                                            mentioned his Indianapolis
area and food.                                                            roots and the fact that he
   Children’s events included                                             was a prior season ticket
bouncy houses, bouncy slides                                              holder. The Colts video
and various games.                                                        crew asked him to say a few
   Various vendors were also                                              words into the camera about
on base serving food and                                                  where he was stationed and
refreshments to those in atten-                                           to say hello to his parents
dance. (compiled from staff                                               back in Indianapolis. The
reports)                                                                  impromptu interview lasted
                                                                          about 25 seconds.
The games and prizes were                                                    The following Monday
a hit among the children in                                               night at the game in
attendance at the Military                                                Indianapolis, that segment
Appreciation Day.                                                         played on the RCA Dome’s
                                                                          jumbo-tron. Then a camera
                                                                          panned up to show Captain
OSC donates to Library                                                    Thomas’ surprised parents
By Wyoming Rossett                ally every computer in use              who were in the audience.
15th Services Squadron            whenever they visited the               Mr. and Mrs. Thomas were
                                  library.                                also presented with a pic-
                                                                                                           Top: The Indianapolis
  Just in time for the holi-         The Hickam Officers’                 ture of their son that the       colts cheerleaders take a
days, the Hickam Officers’        Spouses’ Club raised the                Colts staff took during their    moment to visit with chil-
Spouses’ Club presented the       funds for the library gift from         visit to Hawaii.                 dren at the youth center.
Hickam Library with a             their Thrift Shop operations.              “It was a once in a life-     Bottom: The cheerleaders
$5,000 donation to help cover     The Thrift Shop’s staff, com-           time opportunity for myself      also taught dance moves.
the cost of the library’s com-    prised mostly of volunteers,            and my parents who have                   Photos by Angela Elbern
puter and internet services       resells items donated by the            been Colts fans since they
and special shelving. Ms.         community.                              moved to Indianapolis,”          for arranging the cheerlead-
Lani     Bergstrom,       OSC        The OSC’s mission is to              said Captain Thomas. “It         ers to visit… It was a great
President, said the OSC real-     promote social, recreational            was extra special for my         experience and [the Colts
ized how very important the       and similar non-profit activi-          mom and dad since they           staff] went out of their way
computer services were for        ties, as well as to support             have not seen me for two         to do something for a long-
Hickam families and chil-         charitable and educational              years ... I would personally     time fan that they did not
dren, because they saw virtu-     endeavors.                              like to thank 15th Services      have to do.”
B2 Jan. 12, 2007                                                                  Hickam Kukini

All ranks Texas                 hold its next monthly train-       spouses and their children.
hold ‘em tournament             ing for licensed providers         For more information, call                                        Master Sgt. Eric Daido
   Texas Hold ‘em returns to    Tuesday through Thursday           448-4608.
                                                                                                                             15th Airlift Wing Force Protection Office
the Enlisted Club tonight at    from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in
its new time. Check in          the FCC Office, Bldg. 2116.        Scrapbook night                     My job affects all of Hickam in that: The
between 5:45 and 6:20 p.m.      Participants must be the              The Arts and Crafts           Force Protection Office, 15th Security Forces
sharp because the dealing       spouse of an active-duty mil-      Center’s next Scrapbook          Squadron and Detachment 601, Office of
begins at 6:15. This event is   itary member, at least 18          Night is Thursday from 5 to      Special Investigations work together along
free and open to members of     years old, live on Hickam          9:30 p.m. Dress warmly           with a host of other “Team Hickam” partners
all ranks. Sign up at the       AFB, be fluent in English          because there will be a win-     to identify, track and seek Combating
Customer Service Center.        and be able to pass a back-        ter scene contest. All white     Terrorism Readiness Initiative Funds to miti-
First come, first served. No    ground check. For more             items will be on sale at 15      gate physical security deficiencies - not only
bluffing. For more informa-     information, call 449-1879.        percent off. For more infor-     on Hickam, but all of the Islands’ Air Force
tion, call 448-2271.                                               mation, call 449-1568.           geographically separated units.                                              Photo by Angels Elbern
                                Membership Appreciation                                                When not at work, I spend my off duty           Master Sgt. Eric Daido (right, with
Martin Luther King, Jr.         Night                              Ke‘alohi glow ball               time: With my family and a few close               Tech. Sgt. Rex Hadlich) shakes the
                                                                                                    friends.                                           hand of KITV’s Mehealani Richardson.
Day holiday hours                  Family        Membership          Drivers will have an easy
  Many of the 15th Services                                                                            Something people don’t know about the           enforcement partners have garnered numer-
                                Appreciation Night is Jan.         time spotting their golf balls
Squadron facilities will be                                                                         your unit: Many of the security upgrades           ous free training opportunities for “Team
                                19, 5 to 8 p.m. at the officers’   during      Ke’alohi     Golf
observing Martin Luther                                                                             you see around Hickam are a direct result of       Hickam’s” security, fire, intelligence and
                                club. People can enjoy fami-       Course’s Glow Ball event
                                                                                                    hours of hard work by the Force Protection         readiness personnel. Eric is a perfect example
King, Jr. Day Monday. For a     ly-style dining, the famous        Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m. Nine-
                                                                                                    office.                                            of one of the many extraordinary air reserve
complete listing of special     Adventure Balloon Guy,             dollar entry fee includes the
                                                                                                       If I could change one thing about               component personnel that are out there assist-
hours and closures, visit       games and prizes. Talk story       green fee and a glow-stick       Hickam, it would be: More stop signs at            ing active duty organizations with our daily         with the neighbors while the       necklace. Glow balls are sold    intersections on base.                             peacetime missions while maintaining their
  For more information, call    kids have a ball. Admission        separately - $6 each with two       What the supervisor has to say: MSgt            readiness and preparedness to go out and per-
448-2209, ext. 239.             is $5 per person or $20 per        per player recommended.          Daido’s prior Security Forces background has       form their wartime mission if called upon to
                                family and tickets must be         Only the first 48 golfers get    really been an asset to the overall Installation
Family Child Care                                                                                                                                      do so.
                                purchased by Wednesday at          to putt in the moonlight. For    Force Protection program. Eric’s direct liai-                                    Mr. Thomas Sims
licensed provider training      4 p.m. This event is only          more information, call the       son with our municipal, state, and federal law          15th Airlift Wing Force Protection Office
  Family Child Care will        open to members, their             Pro Shop at 448-2318.
Hickam Kukini                                                                                                 Jan. 12, 2007   B3
        Crossword Puzzle: MAJCOM Leaders
By Capt. Tony Wickman                bought it
71st Flying Training Wing            51. Boorish person
Public Affairs                       52. DOL org. for work place
ACROSS                               53. Alabama town
1. MAJCOM led by 18 DOWN             56. Skier Miller
4. Documentation letter, in          60. Child
brief                                61. Narcotic drug
7. Intimidate                        62. Part of the eye
10. Female servant; maid             63. Before, poetically
11. Ascend                           64. Nigerian currency
14. Wear                             65. Tide type
15. Anything of a small or           66. Stimpy's pal
reduced size                         67. No ___, ands or buts
16. Lowest point                     68. Ancient Roman god
17. ____ Walker award; for
nation's premier running back        DOWN
19. American                         1. In among
20. Stage                            2. Yankee Robinson
21. Central European river           3. AFSPC commander
22. Start of Shakespeare quote       4. AMC commander
24. Urgently; desperately            5. Beacon
26. To suck up or drink in           6. First American woman in
29. Ogden, Warner Robbins,           space
Oklahoma City add-on, in brief       7. Snake
30. Affirmative                      8. AFSOC commander
31. Arthur's table                   9. Permit                         29. Pie ___ mode              American ruminant mammal
32. Tract of open ground             10. Actress Dolenz                35. AFMC commander            50. Dined on
33. Hurricane center                 12. Part of an HR                 36. Greek letter              51. Blue fellow
34. Solid form of water              13. AFRC commander                38. ___ of the Year
37. Writer Rand                      18. Commander of 1 ACROSS                                       54. Fed. Agency enforcing pol-
                                                                       39. Single
38. Army equivalent to AFSC          23. Pertaining to rank or posi-                                 lution laws
41. ___ King Cole                    tion in a series                  40. Vanilla ___
                                                                                                     55. 53 to Caesar
42. ___ you!                         25. Willingness to do some-       43. USAFE commander
                                                                       44. Expert                    57. After school snack
44. USAF fitness exam                thing also
47. Coach Parseghian                 26. Diamonds ___ Forever          45. PACAF commander           58. Knob
48. AETC commander                   27. Young man                     46. On land                   59. Sixth sense
49. Sell again after having          28. Litigate                      48. Domesticated South                 SEE SOLUTION, B4

    Memorial Theater 448-2297 • CLOSED Monday and Tuesday
                                                                        SUDOKU                                 For solution,
                                                                                                             see SUDOKU, B6

      Fri. , Sat. and Thur.                  Sun. and Wed.                     9                6        8      7
                7 p.m.                            7 p.m.
   Unaccompanied Minors –               Casino Royale – James
It's Christmas Eve and a huge        Bond's first 007 mission takes
blizzard has just shut down the      him to Madagascar, where he
airport, threatening to ruin         is to spy on a terrorist. Not       4                                      3 9
holiday plans for all stranded       everything goes as planned
travelers. Snowed in en route        and Bond decides to investi-
to their fathers house, two          gate, independently of the
                                                                         2            6              4 7        5
“Unaccompanied Minors” -             M16 agency. Following a lead
dubbed Ums - Spencer and his         to the Bahamas, he encounters       1                                                     3
little sister, Katherine, are ush-   Dimitrios and his girlfriend,
ered       to     the    airport's   Solange. He learns that
Unaccompanied             Minors     Dimitrios is involved with Le
                                                                                      3         1    9          2              6
Room a holding cell for              Chiffre, banker to the world's
dozens of stranded, parent-          terrorist organization.                   3 4                                             7
free kids from all over the             Starring Daniel Craig and
country. Starring Wilmer             Judy Dench. Rated PG-13
Valderrama and Dyllan                (intense sequences of violent
Christopher.Rated PG (mild           action, a scene of torture,
rude humor, and language).           sexual content and nudity).                      7         8        4             3

                                     Team Hickam History
                                      The Air Force’s most historic airfield
   Jan. 18, 1778 – Capt.             direction of Capt. Howard         Wake Island for emergency     HH-53 helicopter crashed on
James Cook sighted the               Nurse, U.S. Army Quarter-         repairs. Personnel at Wake    the ship Asian Beauty while
Hawaiian Islands for the first       master Corps, the tower, of       provided required support     attempting a rescue mission.
time. He named them the              Moorish       design,   cost      until the ship departed for      Jan. 19, 1988 – Prime
Sandwich Islands after his           $43,146.60.                       Guam Feb. 14, 1984.           Minister Noboru Takeshita
friend and patron, the Earl of         Jan. 13, 1949 – Flying a          Jan. 15, 1985 – The         of Japan arrived at Hickam
Sandwich.                            Beechcraft          Bonanza,      6594th Test Group, an Air     for a one-hour layover on his
   Jan. 14, 1913 – A fleet of        William Odom set a world          Force Systems Command         way home from his first visit
Army transports arrived              distance record for light         unit based at Hickam, lost    to the United States as prime
from San Francisco, carrying         planes by a 2,400-mile non-       seven personnel when their    minister.
the men, dependents and              stop flight from Honolulu to
equipment for an infantry            Oakland in 22 hours.
regiment, a cavalry regiment           Jan. 14, 1984 – A severe
and three companies of coast         earthquake on the Big Island
artillery. Two of the cost           of Hawaii caused consider-
artillery companies – the            able damage at Kilauea
68th and the 75th – were sta-        Military Camp, a recreation-
tioned at Fort. Kamehameha.          al area for all the military
   Jan.     14,    1938      –       services.
Construction of the water              Jan. 16, 1984 – The
tower at Hickam Field was            Shanta Shibani, an Indian
completed. Built under the           merchant vessel, arrived at
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                                                                   CHAPEL                                                                                 SOLUTIONS,        From B3
   Editor’s note: For more information on Base Chapel services or for prayer requests call the Chapel Center at 449-1754 or Nelles Chapel at 449-6562.

    PROTESTANT                         JEWISH                       CATHOLIC                        BUDDHIST                        ISLAMIC
       Nelles Chapel              Aloha Jewish Chapel,              Nelles Chapel              Honpa Hongwanji Hawaii           Friday Congregational
   Sunday Contemporary                Pearl Harbor             Weekday Mass 11:30 a.m.         Betsuin A Shin Buddhist                 Service
     Service 8:30 a.m.                 473-0050                 Saturday Confessions                   Temple                (1935 Aleo Place, Punahou)
  Sunday Gospel Worship            Jewish Lay Leader                  4:15 p.m.                       536-7044                          1 p.m.
        11:15 a.m.                 Mr. David Bender             Saturday Mass 5 p.m.                                             Muslim Association
  Sunday Praise Gathering              527-5877                                                    ORTHODOX                           of Hawaii
                                                                   Chapel Center
         5:30 p.m.                Naval Station Chapel                                           For more information                 947-6263
                                                                Sunday Mass 10 a.m.
      Chapel Center                    473-3971                                                      call 438-6687
Sunday Traditional 8:30 a.m.
Hickam Kukini                                                                                                                                                                             Jan. 12, 2007   B5

Regular activity reduces weight problems
By Kirsten Tacker                                                                                                                                                         there was a totally different side to
Kukini Photojournalist                                                                                                                                                    working out if somebody taught you
                                                                                                                                                                          to do it.”
   When Chelsea Barlow got preg-                                                                                                                                             She quickly realized that asking
nant with her first child she stopped                                                                                                                                     for help and learning new skills
exercising, 60 pounds later she was                                                                                                                                       might lead to a better body. There is
bigger than she’d ever been.                                                                                                                                              always room for improvement.
   Ms. Barlow said she has always                                                                                                                                            “Just working out in itself is good
been physically active playing sports                                                                                                                                     for you, but if you want to see results
in high school.                                                                                                                                                           you have to learn how to do it prop-
   It took her a year-and-a-half to                                                                                                                                       erly,” said Ms. Barlow. “If you don’t
lose the weight, but along the way                                                                                                                                        learn how to do it properly it is going
she gained knowledge. It is this                                                                                                                                          to be two years and you’re still doing
knowledge she is compelled to                                                                                                                                             the same thing.”
share.                                                                                                                                                                       Before Ms. Barlow met Sgt.
   “It was a total of 65 pounds to get                                                                                                                                    Miguel she was and still is a runner.
down to where I wanted to be,” said                                                                                                                                          “Running isn’t something that you
Ms. Barlow. “I started by walking,                                                                                                                                        need to be taught,” said Ms. Barlow.
so I could first get weight off. Then                                                                                                                                     “I was skinny and you could see my
my body was able to start running.”                                                                                                                                       bones. You couldn’t necessarily see
   Ms. Barlow and her family moved                                                                                                                                        any muscle mass.
on base a year-and-a-half ago and                                                                                                                                            “My body looks better than it did
she began lifting weights.                                                                                                                                                a year ago and now you can see mus-
   “I never had somebody teach me                                                                                                                                         cle definition especially in my back
weight lifting,” said Ms. Barlow. “I                                                                                                                                      that I had never even known was
was doing what I had learned from                                                                                                     Photo by Senior Airman Erin Smith   there.”
high school.”                            Chelsea Barlow performs exercises under the                  ing, hiring a personal trainer or seeking guidance                     Family is really important to her
   When she had her second baby          supervision of Benny Miguel at the Hickam AFB                from an experienced professional can help them                      and that is main reason she incorpo-
                                         Fitness Center. For those who are new to exercis-            see results faster and avoid injury.                                rates physical fitness into her life.
she was still exercising on a regular
basis. Ms. Barlow only gained 30         just because I have always been in       exercises for different body parts          “When I started working out with            Ms. Barlow is always looking to find
pounds and both her boys were nine-      the gym.”                                and that you need to be doing four       Benny I’d get up at 4:45 a.m. to go            activities that she can do with her
pound babies.                               Ms. Barlow regularly weight           exercises in sets of three per muscle    to the gym before my children are              children.
   “It didn’t really make a difference   trained for at least an hour everyday.   group. I was amazed at the results I     awake,” said Ms. Barlow. “If I want               “I just really enjoy working out
that I had gained 60 or 30 pounds,”         “He pretty much told me what I        was seeing so quickly.”                  to take two hours at the gym I can do          and more so because I have kids,”
said Ms. Barlow. “It took less than      was doing was a waste of time,              Ms. Barlow had been weight lift-      that, because they don’t need me               said Ms. Barlow. “It is my sanctuary
six months to get all of that weight     because I was going from one exer-       ing for over two years.                  until 7 a.m. My husband is home.”              time to be in tune with my body and
off completely from my second            cise to another and back to the same        “I had never seen the results I saw      Ms. Barlow learned many things              with myself. That is the way I look at
child.”                                  body part,” said Ms. Barlow.             two months down the road,” said          working with Sgt. Miguel, but there            it. I don’t look at it as work that I
   Six months after moving on base          Ms. Barlow didn’t know that each      Ms. Barlow. “If you want to weight       is one lesson that is most prominent.          have to go to the gym.”
Ms. Barlow met Master Sgt. Benny         different exercise worked a particu-     train, you need to ask for help. I          “The biggest thing I took away                 Ms. Barlow feels if others viewed
Miguel, 15th Services Squadron.          lar muscle or group of muscles.          started seeing results very quickly.”    from working with Benny is proba-              it that way it may be more motivat-
   “Benny approached me in the              “So Benny said that to me and I          Her new workout routine was 45        bly to ask for help,” said Ms.                 ing to do it.
gym and asked me what my fitness         said, ‘Well are you going to show me     minutes of weight lifting, 15 minutes    Barlow. “Before I even talked to                  “I just think if my cups not com-
goals were,” said Ms. Barlow. “I was     something to do?’” said Ms. Barlow.      of abs and between 45-60 minutes of      him, I thought I was perfectly fine            pletely full, how am I going to fill
kind of dumfounded by the question,      “After that, he showed me different      cardio.                                  and I was doing great. I didn’t know           them,” said Ms. Barlow.

Marathon Medical Squad and AED make life-saving Team
By 2nd Lt. Melanie McLean                   After a smile and a ‘two thumbs                                                                                               Honolulu Advertiser article. The
15th Airlift Wing Public Affairs         up’ in response, Takano took a few                                                                                               medical staff transferred him to
                                         shaky steps, only to collapse into the                                                                                           Straub Clinic & Hospital where he
   The Honolulu Marathon proved to       arms of Colonel Tellez. After gently                                                                                             finished treatment.
be shocking experience for a visiting    bringing the runner to the ground, a                                                                                                “He was in a life threatening car-
runner and a heroic feat for a coop-     team of about four assistants                                                                                                    diac situation and the AED and CPR
erative local medical staff.             responded to Tellez’s call for help.                                                                                             saved him,” Colonel Tellez said.
   Lt. Col. Guillermo J. Tellez, M.D.,   With the runner’s vital signs dimin-                                                                                                He went on to stress the impor-
Dental Squadron Commander at             ishing, the team quickly transported                                                                                             tance of AEDs in public areas and
Hickam and until now an anony-           him to the medical tent, a few feet                                                                                              the fact that the devises truly save
mous volunteer at the marathon, and      from the finish line.                                                                                                            lives.
a team of several other medical staff       Dr. Laurence Rotkin, an internist                                                                                                “This situation brings home the
revived Koji Takano, a 39-year-old       at Castle Hospital and medical direc-                                                                                            importance of physical fitness, lis-
Japanese runner, after falling into      tor at the race, re-assessed Takano’s                                                                                            tening to one’s body, and having
cardiac arrest at the marathon finish    vital signs; his pulse had stopped. A                                                                                            expert medical teams available at
line.                                    medical assistant immediately gave                                                                                               extended fitness events,” said
   “He caught my attention because       CPR, while Colonel Tellez adminis-                                                                                               Colonel Tellez.
of his more than unusual, unsteady       tered the shocks of a portable auto-
gait and the unusual expression on       mated external defibrillator, com-                                                                                               Lt. Col. Guillermo J. Tellez,
                                                                                                                                                                          MD, 15th Dental Squadron
his face,” said Colonel Tellez. “I       monly known as defibrillator.                                                                                                    Commander used an AED to
approached him and gave him a ‘two          “He came back pretty quickly,”                                                                                                save the life of a collapsed
thumbs up.’”                             Dr. Rotkin said, as quoted from the                                                                                              marathon runner.

                                                                                  SPORTS SHORTS
  Fitness Resolution 2007 –        Camp Saturday night on the          Try SCUBA diving for             T-Ball Little League            the stadium and a meal from             information, call 449-6870.
The Fitness Resolution 2007        grass for $20 and watch a        free – Combine snorkeling’s       signups – Children born in        J.R. Rockers, with a $5
program continues tomorrow         movie under the stars. Then,     views of aquatic wildlife         1990 and 1991 can sign up         Members First Discount                     Filipé Flamingo’s Pro
at the Fitness and Sports          on Sunday, play from 11 a.m.     with the weightless feeling       for T-Ball Little League now      available. For more informa-            Bowl tickets – Filipé the
Center. Jump into the aerobic      to 4 p.m. on the giant water-    of a spacewalking astronaut       through Jan. 26 at the            tion, call 448-2271.                    Officers’ Club flamingo is a
and wild Hip-Hop Cardio-           slide, bounce houses and         to get an idea of what            Community Center. Cost is                                                 lonely bird. Get a Flamingo
Fitness Funk-athon at 8:30         joust, take a sailboat or        SCUBA diving is like.             $65 per child plus a $25            Officers’ Club Pro Bowl               Ransom Card punched with
a.m. It’s free and open to         motorboat tour of Hickam         Better yet, try it out for free   membership fee. For more          package – Get a game ticket             O’ Club purchases and when
military ID card holders. For      Harbor, or explore tide pools    Jan. 20 at 9 a.m. in Pool #1.     information, call 448-4492.       to the Feb. 10 Pro Bowl,                you reach $100, you might
more information, call             filled with sea creatures. A     Outdoor Recreation spon-                                            round trip bus transportation           find him in your yard. The
448-2214.                          $5 wristband covers all of       sors this “test-dive” present-      Bowl for Pro Bowl tick-         and a meal from Wright                  first family to return the
                                   Sunday’s activities, but         ed by Island Divers Hawaii.       ets – Bowling is the way to       Bros. all for only $55.95               abducted flamingo wins two
  MLK Holiday Golf                 they’re free for overnight       A $25 deposit secures one of      win two tickets to the Pro        with a $5 Members First                 tickets to the February 10
Tourney – The Martin               campers. Campsites are lim-      the eight slots available and     Bowl at Aloha Stadium on          Discount available. Tickets             Pro Bowl in Aloha Stadium.
Luther King, Jr. Holiday 36-       ited. For more information,      will be refunded at the ses-      Feb 10. Receive a chance to       are limited for this mem-               For more information, call
Hole, two-person, Best Ball        call 449-5215.                   sion. For more information,       win with each game bowled         bers-only event and pre-paid            448-4608.
Stroke Play Tournament rolls                                        call 449-5215. To RSVP for        Monday through Friday dur-        reservations are required.
out on the greens of Mamala           Ka’ena point Hike – On        a free spot, call 947-6583.       ing open bowling at the           For reservations or more                  Ke’alohi glow ball –
Bay Golf Course Saturday           Jan. 20, hike along Ka’ena                                         Bowling      Center     now       information, call 448-4608.             Drivers will have an easy
and Monday beginning at            Point, O’ahu’s spectacular         Become           Hickam’s       through Jan. 19. Complete a                                               time spotting their golf balls
7:30 a.m. There are gross          westernmost tip, a site          biggest loser – Hickam’s          three-game series and               Camping package spe-                  during     Ke’alohi      Golf
and net prize awards. The          famous for having the            Biggest Loser program is          receive a fourth bonus entry.     cial – Recreation Equipment             Course’s Glow Ball event
entry fee is $20 per team.         Island’s highest winter waves    back. Groups compete and          For more information, call        Issue is featuring a complete           Jan. 20 at 7:30 p.m. Nine-
Sign up at the Pro Shop. For       and some of the rarest plants    give it their all to see who      449-2702.                         camping package special                 dollar entry fee includes the
more information, call 449-        on Earth. The bus for the hike   can lose the most cumulative                                        during the month of January.            green fee and a glow-stick
6490.                              departs from the Information,    weight.     Register     now        Enlisted Club Pro Bowl          The package includes a six-             necklace. Glow balls are
                                   Tickets and Travel office at 8   through Jan. 19 at the            package – Sixty Pro Bowl          person inflatable Airzone               sold separately - $6 each
  S p l a s h - Ta c u l a r       a.m. and returns at approxi-     Fitness and Sports Center or      Package tickets are available     dome tent that doesn’t                  with two per player recom-
Sail-a-Bration – Spend this        mately 2:30 p.m. Cost is $16     the HAWC. The free pro-           at the Enlisted Club for the      require tent poles, up to six           mended. Only the first 48
holiday weekend at Outdoor         for adults, $10 for youths       gram runs through Mar. 30         February 10 game at Aloha         sleeping bags, a propane                golfers get to putt in the
Recreation’s Splash-Tacular        ages 8-12 and includes lunch.    and includes weekly chal-         Stadium. Package price of         stove, a cook set, a 54-quart           moonlight. For more infor-
Sail-a-Bration Saturday and        For more information, call       lenges and prizes. For more       $55.95 includes game ticket,      ice chest and two beach                 mation, call the Pro Shop at
Sunday at Hickam Harbor.           448-2295.                        information, call 448-4640.       round-trip transportation to      chairs for only $30. For more           448-2318.

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