March - April 2010 WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB FORCE SUPPORT SQUADRON In This Issue: Outdoor Recreation Open House St. Patrick’s Day 5k/10k Fun Run Easter Buffet AAFES Wine Tasting Kids’ Safety Day Information, Tickets and Travel 257-7670 88th Force Support Squadron Installations Personnel Readiness (IPR) 257-7485 Kittyhawk SAP 257-1086 Library 2 57-4815 Lodging 2 57-3451 Manpower Organization Flight 522-3785 Aero Club 257-7714 Marketing 257-8220 Airman Leadership School (ALS) 255-5001 New Horizons CDC 904-1444 Airman and Family Readiness Center 257-3592 Non-Appropriated Funds, HR 257-4173 Aquatics/Adventure 2 57-5327 Outdoor Recreation 257-9889 Arts and Crafts Center 2 57-7025 Pitsenbarger Dining 257-7151 Auto Hobby Shop 257-3310 Prairies SAP 255-5053 Awards and Decorations 257-4811 Prairie Trace Golf Course 257-7961 Bowling Center 257-7796 Prairies Youth Center 904-4700 Career Assistance Advisor 5 22-3787 Recycling 257-4889 Marketing Staff Career Development 257-3474/2317/6071 Restaurants 2 57-7895 Civilian Personnel 257-8305 Rocker Lounge 257-3767 Chief, Military Personnel Section 257-6827 Rod and Gun Club 257-3935 Command Section 257-8882/7672/6651 Tennis Club 257-7248 Community Family Center 257-6231 Twin Base Golf Course 257-4130 Dodge Gym 257-4225 Unit Deployment Manager 257-6654 Education Office 904-4801 Veterinary Clinic 257-6853 Family Child Care 255-5053 Wings Grill 522-2172 First Term Airman Center (FTAC) 522-3788 Wright Care CDC 904-8055 Volume 10 Issue 2 Flight Kitchen 257-2117 Wright-Patt Club 257-9762 Wright-Times is designed to inform our customers of events happening in our 88th FSS FSS Front Office Group 2 57-6651 facilities. The opinions expressed herein are not necessarily those of Wright-Patterson Wright Field Fitness 255-1961 AFB, DoD, or the U.S. Air Force. All program dates and times printed in the publication are Health Club 2 57-4402 Wright Field North CDC 255-6254 subject to change. For information on Wright-Times, call the 88th FSS Marketing Office at Honor Guard 257-8964 Wright Field South CDC 255-6474 (937) 257-8220, 88th FSS/FSK 5215 Thurlow Street Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio 45433. What’s on the horizon March & April Highlights D a te Eve n t Tim e Lo ca tio n N um ber 6-M ar E n te rT R A IN m e n t Ju n ctio n 1 :3 0 - 6 :3 0 p m Y o u th F ie ld T rip (4-4700) 7-M ar 8- B a ll T o u rn a m e n t 4p m A irm e n A ctiv itie s C e n te r (7-1521) 8-M ar H u n te r Ed u ca tio n C la ss B e g in s 6 - 9 :3 0 p m B u ild in g 891 (7-3935) 10-M ar M s. 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Ellas S o u l F o o d B u ffe t 1 1 a m - 1 :3 0 p m C lu b (7-9762) 10-A p r CO SI 1-6p m Y o u th F ie ld T rip (4-4700) 12-A p r H u n te r Ed u ca tio n C la ss B e g in s 6 - 9 :3 0 p m B u ild in g 891 (7-3935) 13-A p r S ta in e d G la ss C la ss B e g in s 6 :3 0 - 8 :3 0 p m A rts a n d C ra f ts C e n te r (7-7025) 14-A p r R e cip e S w ap C lu b 11am -12p m C o m m u n ity a n d F a m ily C e n te r (7-6231) 16-A p r T a x R e lie f P a rty 7-10p m Te n n is C lu b (7-7248) 17-A p r V o lle y b a ll T o u rn a m e n t 9am W rig h t F ie ld F itn e s s C e n te r (7-4225) 19-A p r F ra m in g a n d M a ttin g C la s s 5 :3 0 - 9 p m A rts a n d C ra f ts C e n te r (7-7025) 21-A p r S p rin g F lin g T o u rn a m e n t 6p m K itty h a w k La n e s (7-7796) 23-A p r S p rin g N ig h t o f R e is lin g s 6 :1 5 p m C lu b (7-9762) 24-A p r W rig h t P a tt B ik e T o u r 8am -n o o n S ta rt a t C o m m u n ity & F a m ily C e n te r (7-4225) K id s S a fe ty D a y 11am -2p m C o m m u n ity a n d F a m ily C e n te r (7-6231) 30-A p r B ase b all N igh t Ev e n in g A irm e n A ctiv itie s C e n te r (7-1521) Look inside for all the details or check us out on the web at www.88thfss.com Upcoming 5K/10K Fun Run’s: April 1 11:30AM Dress up and show your St Patrick’s Day spirit 11:30AM Cost $10 w/shirt and $5 w/out a shirt Sign-up at Dodge Gym or Wright Field Fitness Center Sign-up at Dodge Gym or Cost $10 w/shirt and $5 w/out a shirt Wright Field Fitness Center Race will start at Wright Field Fitness and Race will start at Wright Field Fitness the Tennis Club parking lot and Dodge Gym For more information please contact us at 255-1961 or 257-4225 APRIL 17 VOLLEYBALL 9AM T O U R N A M E N T WRIGHT FIELD FITNESS CENTER Sign up at Dodge Gym or WFFC For more information contact 904-9381 WALLEYBALL T O U R N A M E N T PERSON TEAMS March 20 Sign up at Dodge Gym or WFFC. Sign up deadline is March 19 at noon Start at 9 a.m. Dodge Gym For more information contact 257-4225 Bike to Work Bike Tour March 19 April 24 April 16 6, 9, 25, 30 Mile On your way stop by... Wright Field Fitness or Dodge Gym Start at the Community Center for fruit and beverages between 6:30 - 8:30 a.m. Earn a chance to win a Free bike Participate in 6 rides and receive a T-Shirt Course open from 8am - Noon WRIGHT FIELD FITNESS CENTER 255-1961 Monday-Friday 5am - 10pm Closed Sunday & Holidays Saturday 8am - 6pm a Total Body Blast * Turbo Kick 5-6 p.m. Hatha Yoga 6:15 - 7:30 p.m. 30 :15 Belly Dancing *Hip Hop *Speed Agility Spinning Intermediate/ Advanced Dance Quickness(Gym) 5:00 - 6:00p.m. 7-8 p.m. Vinyasa The Drill Yoga Belly Dancing * Zumba 5:45 - 6:45p.m. Beginner/ Intermediate 7-8 p.m. 3:30 - 4:15 p.m. *Speed Agility Quickness(Gym) Beginners Boxing Classes Mon - Tues 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. * *Indoor Cycling Hatha Yoga All classes marked All other classes 9:45 - 10:45 $3.00 - $5.00 per class 8:30-9:15 a.m. Advanced Boxing Classes Mon-Wed-Fri 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. with * are FREE 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Monday - Friday 5am - 9pm Holidays 8am - 6pm Sat - Sun 8am - 6pm 6 - 6:30 a.m. 6 - 6:00 a.m. 8 - 9:00a.m. 9 - 10:30 a.m. 11:30 - Noon 11:30 - 12:45 p.m. 12:15-1:00 p.m. 12:30 - 1:30 p.m. 4 - 5:00 p.m. 5 - 6:00 p.m. 6:15 - 7:30 p.m. Cardio Fitness Pilates Yoga * AB Lab Strength 11:15- 12:15 4:00-4:40pm *Intro Mission* to to Condition 11:30am-12:30pm Weights Cardio * Cardio AB Lab Strength Pilates Kickboxing 4:00-4:40pm *Intro Mission* to to Condition 11:30am-12:30pm Weights 30 Fitness Fitness Yoga Yoga 11:15- 12:15 Beginners Adult Class Early Bird Special: Tuesday, 11:30am-12:30pm Monday-Friday (6-9am) $10 each with 4 person minimum $70 per month Tuesday, 5:30-7:pm Includes all court costs Call us Tuesday Drill Level 2.5/3.0 9:30-11:30am, $13 and ball machine use. (members only) about Tuesday 12:30-2pm, $13 upcoming Spring Break Junior Lessons: Saturdays Youth Clinics Tiny Tots: 9:30-10am Beginners: 10-11am Intermediate: 11am -12:30pm Advanced: 12:30 - 2pm Mixed Doubles Social: St. Patrick’s Day Social Friday ,Mar 19, 7-10pm, Tennis Club Poor Man’s Tax Relief Party We are Open: Friday, Apr 16, 7-10pm $15/person or $25/Couple 257-7248 Mon-Tues, 6am - 9pm Wed, 6am - 10pm Food and Fun!! Thurs, 6am - 9pm Fri, 6am - 6pm Afternoon Delight: Sat, 8am - 6pm Monday-Friday (12-4pm) $50 per month Sun, 12pm - 5pm Includes all court costs and ball machine use. (members only) 10% MembersFirst Plus discount in the Pro Shop! Airmen’s Activity Center Kittyhawk, Bldg 1222, 257-1521 Hours of Operation: Mon-Thurs: 3 - 11pm Beach Party, Mar 6, 7-10pm, Stop in and take a break from winter Fri: 3 - Midnight Blind Doubles 8-Ball Pool Tournament, Mar 7, 4pm, Sat: Noon - Midnight Sun: Noon - 8pm Partners will be chosen from a blind draw Closed Holidays Birthdays, Mar 11 & Apr 15, Free cake and ice cream Pizza Night, Mar 12, 7-9pm, Get it while its hot! Are you Smarter then a 5th Grader? Mar 13, 5-8pm NCAA March Madness, Mar 18-21 and 25-28, Come out and watch the tournament on the BIG SCREENS!! Baseball Trivia Night, Apr 3, Test your baseball knowledge Team Dart Tournament, Apr 9, 6-8pm, Pick your partner and sign up Board Game Bonanza, Apr 11, all day, Come out and play some Monopoly Karaoke Night, Apr 17, 6-10pm, Open those golden pipes and let it fly Movie Night, Apr 21, 7pm, Stop in to relax with a movie and popcorn Opposite Dart Tournament, Apr 23, 6-8pm, Test your skills by throwing with your opposite hand Shoot the Rack Pool Tournament, Apr 25, 6-8pm, Time is your opponent in this game Baseball Night, Apr 30, Come out and show your team spirit Skeet and Trap ranges are open! Hunter Education Classes March 8-10, April 12-14 Building 891 from 6pm-9:30pm These classes meet the State of Ohio’s requirements for first time hunters Call us at 257-3935 for more information or class registration Mon-Tues 11am-1pm Wed, Sat-Sun 11am-8pm ! EE Lifeguard Classes FR Aquatic Sports Nights $150 ($40 non-refundable skills assessment fee) Join us from 5:30-6:15pm at the Indoor Pool March 8 March 13 March 17 March 5 April 2 April 23 March 10 March 15 March 20 March 12 April 9 April 30 To register, contact the Dayton Area Chapter of the March 19 April 16 American Red Cross (937-222-6711) ! ! EE EE FR Family Fun Nights FR MOMBA Group Ride Join us from 6:30-8:30pm at the Indoor Pool 5-7pm, Meet at the trail head. Bikes available for movies, snacks, and a load of family fun! for rent at Outdoor Recreation. March 19 - Movie: “UP” March 8 April 5 April 16 - Movie: “Shark Tale” March 22 April 19 ! FRE E Geocaching April 10 from 1-3pm Meet us at Bass Lake to learn how to compete in this growing sport! Handheld GPS required, ODR will have a limited quantity on hand for demonstration. Outdoor Recreation presents its annual OPEN HOUSE FREE Event! March 26 from 10am-3pm Lunch served for $3 DOOR PRIZES! Equipment Showcase! Information about upcoming Call us for details! events & outdoors activities! Arts & Crafts Center Arts & Crafts Center - 257-7025 - Bldg. 95, Area C Mon-Fri 8am-5pm Saturday 9am-5pm Wed-Fri 2pm-10:30pm Auto Hobby - 257-3310 - Bldg. 1244, Kittyhawk Sat-Sun 9am-4:30pm Framing & Matting Stained Glass Classes March 15 & April 19 Apr 13 - May 11 5:30pm - 9pm Tuesdays 6:30pm - 8:30pm (4 student min) Class fee: $45 Supply Kit: $45 (paid to instructor) Only $35 Class will include a frame and Workshops March 13 - 9am-3pm - Easter Egg Wreath (4 student min) matting for a 4x6 photo Fee: $65 (includes all parts to complete the project) Please bring a sack lunch Pre-registration required Please supply your own photo April 17 - 9am-3pm - Mosaic Stepping Stone (4 student min) Pre-registration required (5 students max) Fee: $65 (includes all parts to complete the project) Please bring a sack lunch Pre-registration required Woodworking Safety Woodshop Safety & Equipment Qualification Classes Wood Class $15 per class / 8 Students Max Build a Kitchen Cart from Project Plans, learn Face May 24-25 5:30pm - 8:30pm Frame Construction, Butcher Block tops, Finishing In this class you will be taught how to safely operate basic woodworking and so much more! equipment to include the table saw, miter saw, band saw, planer, jointer, drill press, and many others. During the class each student will make a small votive candle holder that requires Mar 1 - May 10 (Mon/Tues), 5:30-8:30pm the use of almost every major piece of equipment that the Arts & Crafts Fee: $400 (Includes All Wood and Supplies) wood shop has. Save $10 by signing up for our basic or intermediate woodworking class & our safety class together! Pre-registration required Workshops Building a Case Carcass Rail and Stile Doors Butcher Block Top Materials to use, Joinery, adding Apr 19, 5:30-8:30pm May 11, 5:30-8:30pm Reading Project Plans Adjustable shelving, Assemble Tips Fee: $15 Fee: $10 Read project plans, Generate a Mar 8, 5:30-8:30pm Cut List and a Materials List Fee: $10 Successful Finishing *4 Student Minimum Mar 1, 5:30-8:30pm Building a Face Frame on all Woodshops and Fee: $15 Mar 22, 5:30-8:30pm May 10, 5:30-8:30pm Wood Safety Classes Fee: $10 Fee: $15 Watch for league meeting date! E PUTTING ON TH Themed Dinner RITZ We want you and your Favorite Guy or Gal... PUT ON THE RITZ As we Welcome Dave Razzano from Francis Ford Coppola Winery and Brian Denney of Glazer's Distributing THE NINES” We are looking for you to be “DRESSED TO MARCH 19 Member $55.00 Non-Member $65.00 6:15 p.m. “Games Begin” Games….Wines….Noshes! 8 p.m. Dinner Served Menu: SALAD: Mixed Greens, Duck Confit, chopped Egg, Haricots Verts, Gruyere with Vinaigrette ENTRÉE: Beef Steak Stuffed with Prosciutto and Fontina over Pine nut herb rice pilaf with Madeira Flavored Hunter's Sauce DESSERT: Chocolate Chocolate Chestnut Torte with Fresh berries, Zabaglione Make reservations at 937-257-9762 ext. 1 Mon-Fri 9 am to 4 pm PS- You'll need the Secret Password to get in….Best ask Sheila when making your Reservations! Bring the family to the Club and enjoy our delicious.... Easter Buffet Sunday April 4 Members - $19.95, Non-members - $25.00 Children 6-10 - $8.95, Children under 5 eat free Gratuity not included Seating times Ballroom: 10:30, 11:45 am, 12:45, & 2:30 pm Dining Room: 11, 12 pm, 1 pm, & 2 pm VISITS BY THE EASTER BUNNY - LIVE PIANO - CLOWNS FOR THE KIDS Enjoy our Traditional Breakfast Fare of.... Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, and Home Fries Also enjoy our specially selected menu Top Round of Beef - Smoked Pit Ham - Baked Cod w/Creamed Marinara - Curried Lamb Stew Oven Roasted Salmon - Chicken Marsala - Pell-n-Eat Shrimp - Cajun Jambalaya - Turkey “Pot Pie” Assorted Vegetables, Fancy Sides, - Ms. Ella's Assorted Desserts Buffet - Gourmet Salads, Fresh Fruits and Cheeses Reservations begin March 1 - Cancellation must be made NLT March 31. Phone us at: 937-257-9762 EXT. 1 A Spring Night of... Great Reislings Please join us as we once again welcome Kyle Beasmore Regional Manager & Wine Broker, working with Shawn Nissen & Heidelberg Distributing. This will prove to be very informative A chance to sample one of the hottest varietals as well as the great food pairings…. Should be Fantastic! April 23 Reception at 6:15 p.m. Member $45.00 Serving SOUP: Cabbage with Sausage Non-Member $55.00 APPETIZER: Seared Herb Crusted Walleye over Bleu Cheese Scallop Potatoes SALAD: Grilled Vegetables over Mixed Greens in a Light Dijon Vinaigrette Reservations accepted starting Mar. 15. ENTRÉE: Chicken “Schnitzel” Served over Herbed Barley and topped with a Make your reservations at 937-257-9762 ext. 1 Lemon Riesling Glaze with Sun Dried Tomatoes, Spinach Mon-Fri 9 am to 4 pm DESSERT: Chocolate Raspberry “Linzer” Torte Mark your calendars for our ever so popular... Army & Air Force Exchange Service APRIL 2 Lots of Great Foods 5:30 - 9 pm A Varied international Assortment of Wines and the Wonderful Gathering of Friends!!! Member $35.00 Non-Member $45.00 Sushi – Carveries – Sushi ! W ine – W ine – More V ino!!! MARCH 1 & CLUB WINGS GRILLEthe LOUNGE Lower Level of WINGS DINNER SPECIALS Available after 4pm Monday - Three Mini Pot Roast Sliders w/fries and Cole Slaw $6.25 Tuesday - ½ price Pizza (Limit 3 Toppings) Wednesday - Chicken Quesadilla w/ rice, refried beans $8.00 Thursday - Chicken Marsala over Smashed Redskins, Tossed Salad $9.95 NCH DAILY Friday - Classic Sautéed Salmon topped w/ Stir Fried Veggies over Rice $9.95 Saturday - Lobster Tail and Steak, Salad, Fresh Vegetables and Butter Broiled Redskin Potatoes Complete dinner for two $35.00 with the card Non-Member $45.00 Kids under 10 Eat Free enjoying the Chef's Plate Special SERVING LU OUR PIZZA Kids 5 and under eat free from the children's menu Is a unique product of our kitchen’s centerpiece Bring your date to DATE NIGHT March 27 & April 24 The Wood Stone Pizza Oven We think you will delight in it’s unique offerings. Featuring our Saturday dinner special and Live Entertainment Try each of our delicious selections! Vegetarian Meat Lover’s Call for carry out 522-2172 Traditional Bianco WINGS LOUNGE HOURS Mon, Tue, Thur & Sat 11 am -10 pm Wed & Fri 11 am - Midnight / Closed Sunday Plus WINGS GRILLE HOURS Mon - Sat 11 am -9 pm 522-2172 CLOSED - Every Sunday until Easter. We will reopen for Sunday COOK YOUR OWN on April 11 FRIDAY NIGHT- BAR BINGO & KARAOKE STARTS @ 6 PM E V E R Y S U N D A Y J O I N U S I N T H E B A L L R O O M F O R . . . SUNDAY CHAMPAGNE STRAWBERRY BRUNCH Featuring our famous... 10 am - 1:30 pm Chocolate Fountain with a Strawberry Tree, Breakfast and Lunch Entrée's $14.95 Members with Crepes & Eggs Benedict, Seafood Bar and Omelet Station, $19.95 Non member Carving Stations, Salad Bar, Assorted Desserts, $6.95 Children 6-10 Champagne, Bloody Mary's and Mimosa's Children under 5 - Free Sandy Hadley on the Piano Prices do not include gratuity Become a Club Member - Call the Membership Department @ 937.257.9762 ext. 1 4:00 – 7:00 p.m. WINGS GRILLE/ROCKER LOUNGE We are All Irish and we are A'Smilin'!! Fantastic Happy Hour Complimentary to Members as well as Great Drink Specials!!! AFMC FAMILY DAYS GIVE-AWAY APPRECIATION NIGHT Wright-Patt Club - Ballroom Lots of... BINGO &DOOR PRIZES BEVERAGE MARCH 29 ARENA-STYLE FOOD FARE 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. JOIN US AT THE CLUB AS WE AWARD ONE LUCKY MEMBER THIS WILL BE A MEMBERSHIP EVENT ONLY CLUB CARD CHECK AT THE DOOR If you are interested in becoming a member and attending these events please call our Membership Department 937.257.9762 Ext. 1 prior to this event. BEGINNING APRIL 18 THE COALS ARE HOT ON... SUNDAY EVENINGS WINGS GRILLE PATIO 4 - 8 pm SOUL FOOD BUFFET In the Club Ballroom Only $ 11 .95Person & Plus Per MARCH 10 APRIL 7 $ 14.95 7 $ .95 Members price $9.95 Non-Members price WEATHER PERMITTING SORRY NO SPLIT MEALS OR CARRYOUTS. Education & Training Training Delivery Learning Resource Center 904-4853 Bldg. 50, Area B Room 209 Monday - Friday 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Offers: Monthly Lunch-N-Learn eSeminars Defense Education Training Network Study Materials Language Education Base Library Annex Classes Available 904-4871 February - March Classes Briefing Preparations and Presentation Building Successful Teams Covey Classes Generations in the Workplace Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and many more... All classes can be registered for by going to the Education and Training Section’s CoP Need a Classroom? 904-4840 We have 13 classrooms and 4 computer labs available for you to hold your next training session. Our classrooms are located in Bldg. 50, Area B. Classrooms can accommodate up to 36 students with the labs holding a maximum capacity of 16. Just e-mail your request to: email@example.com Reaching Career The Students of the Wright-Patterson Airman Leadership School request the pleasure of Goals can be your company at the Graduation Banquet and Ceremony honoring hard work... Airman Leadership School Class 10-D Education & Training Operations Makes it EASY! Education and Training Management System (ETMS) Workshop March 12 & 26, 1-3 p.m. April 9 & 22, 1-3 p.m. Area B, Bldg. 50, Room 218 Thursday, 1 April, 2010 Walk-away with the necessary skills to process New Course at the Wright-Patterson Club Request Forms (NCRF), identify training requirements and process SF-182's to coordinate the education and training for your organization Price- $16 for Club Members, $18 for Non-Club Members MyBiz Workshop Dates 6:15 p.m. Social Hour Military: Mess Dress/Semi Formal March 12 & 26, 9 a.m. to Noon 7:00 p.m. Dinner Civilian: Black Tie/Business Attire April 9 & 22, 9 a.m. to Noon Area B, Bldg. 50, Room 218 RSVP Deadline: Tuesday, 23 March 2010 Walk-away with the necessary skills to use "My Biz" to load RSVP via telephone: 937-255-5001 or personal and education/training information to update your email: firstname.lastname@example.org records. Bring your own transcripts and certificates review and input on the spot. *Reservations can not be taken without payment For additional information or to register, call 904-4870 or go to our website at: 88 FSS/FSDE.email@example.com Education Services Base Library Books Magazines Visit the Base Library for all of your informational and DVDs&CDs recreational needs. Audio Books Playaways Children’s StoryTime Video Games Tuesdays at 4pm WiFi Friday at 11am Fax Service Microsoft Office Public Computer Children’s Area Computer Classes Genealogy Kittyhawk Center 257-4815 Mondays at 10am Reader Advisory 88thFSS.com/library.htm Call for Details! Research Database Professional Development Base Wide Briefings Offered: 522-3787 or 522-3788 Post 9/11 GI Bill w/overview of Montgomery GI Bill Education Opportunities First Term Airman’s Center (FTAC) Active Duty and Veterans may register by calling 904-4801 Transitions Airmen from a training mind set to a mission-oriented environment Units requesting a briefing e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org 16-26 Mar, 2010 13-23 Apr, 2010 27 Apr - 7 May, 2010 NCO Professional Enhancement Seminar NCO’s who have completed ALS at least three year prior 2010 CCAF Graduation 6-9 Apr, 2010 The date and time for the Wright-Patterson 2010 CCAF Graduation Ceremony has been set for 13 May 2010 @ 1330. The ceremony will Informed Decision Briefings take place at the Base Theater and will include the graduates of Mandatory for First and Second Term Airmen who are 12-15 months from DOS both the Fall 2009 and the Spring 2010 CCAF graduating classes. 24 Mar, 2010 28 Apr, 2010 The Fall 2009 class included 95 degrees awarded and the Spring 2010 class has 45 degrees and is continuing to grow. There will be several announcements publicized regarding the graduation. This will include a finalized schedule of events and Families of scholarship information for the graduates. Each year, several scholarships are given. These range from books & supplies Deployed scholarships to tuition scholarships up to $400 per recipient. If anyone has questions regarding the CCAF graduation, please call Warriors the Education Office at 937-904-801 or email us at Education@wpafb.af.mil. Bowling Families of Deployed Warriors, join us for a monthly event held at Education Services - Testing Services Kittyhawk Lanes on the 3rd Saturday of each month at 5:30pm. Education Services, testing section, is here to meet most of your testing needs. The testing team administers exams for individuals enrolled in You get 2 games of bowling, shoe rental, and your choice of pizza and a Career Development Courses, Specialized Courses, PME, and Job Site drink for only $5.50. You may also choose a hotdog, fries, and a drink Training (Type 6 courses). We provide specialty tests such as Defense for only $5. Language Proficiency tests (DLPT/DLAB), typing, USAFE driver's license test, and the AFRAT. We administer DANTES exam for If you are interested in participating, please call 257-1147 for more Public Speaking. We extend proctoring services for Distance Learning information and reservations. exams through most colleges and universities on a space available basis. Testing is conducted Mon-Wed at 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. and Thurs-Friday at 8 a.m. only. Call 904-4802 or email us at email@example.com to schedule your exam. To Schedule CLEP and DANTES exams other Volunteer Opportunities than public speaking contact the National Test Center at 904-4868. If you are not already involved in some form of volunteer effort and would like some guidance in getting started or where your talents could be best utilized, Contact our Volunteer Services Coordinator, 257-3592. Base Military Testing Now located in Bldg. 50, Area B. The new Military Testing rooms are Some of the opportunities available: designed to meet very specific criteria for lighting, sound, and The Fisher House - 257-0855 temperature conditions and seat 30 participants. Military Testing includes the Weighted Airmen Promotion System exams (WAPS); Airmen Against Drunk Driving - 257-5252 Air Force Officer Qualifying Test (AFOQT); Test of Basic Aviation Skills American Red Cross - 257-9876 (TBAS); Armed Forces Classification Test (AFCT); Foreign Language Retiree Activities - 257-3221 Oral Proficiency Interviews (OPI), and Electronic Data Processing Test National Museum of the Air Force - 255-3495 (EDPT). In addition, the Military Testing Office processes all Defense Language Proficiency test results (DLPT/DLAB), AFCT results, and Community & Family Center - 257-6231 Foreign Language Proficiency Bonus (FLPB) pay certifications. For Key Spouse - 257-2146 more information on Military Testing call 904-4860. Family Services - 257-2910 We focus on CUSTOMER SATISFACTION HUFFMAN FOOD COURT BUILDING 262- AREA A Huffman Restaurants Campbell’s Soup Club Purchase a cup of soup and receive Now Serving a Campbell’s Soup frequency card. Monday-Friday 7am to 10am Breakfast! The card is stamped each time you purchase a cup of soup in any Made-to-Order Omelets participating Base Restaurant Facility Bacon, Sausage Oatmeal, Potato Rounds Biscuits & Gravy Breakfast Sandwiches Buy 6, get cup 7 for FREE! Scrambled Eggs LATTE CAPPUCCINO CARAMEL MACCHIATO EXPRESSO CAFÉ AMERICANO DARK CHOC MOCHA Wright-Stuff Pizza & Burgers WHITE CHOC MOCHA CREAMICE R TAZO CHAI LATTE TAZO ICE TEA Open Monday-Friday 10:30am-1:30pm Featuring Delicious... TAZO HOT TEA MUFFINS COOKIES SCONES CINNAMON ROLLS Visit our Java Street Café ITALI AN B UFF ET St. Patty’s Day April 20 BUFFET Serving.... March 16 Spaghetti w/ Meat Sauce Red Cabbage Chicken Alfredo w/ Penne Sauerkraut Italian Sausage Green Beans Vegetable Medley Tossed Salad Garlic Bread Dessert & Medium Fountain Drink $ 7 .25 This is a one trip self serve buffet only Mashed Potato Buttered Carrots Green Beans Corned Beef Sauerbraten Bratwurst Lime Jello Medium Fountain Drink Served 10:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. Sphinx Café Bldg 228 Area “A” - Canteen 10, Bldg. 16 Area “B” - Canteen 14, Bldg. 653 Area “B”- Canteen 26, Bldg 45 Area “B” 257-7714 Safety Meetings at the Wright-Patterson Club 6:30pm March 22 6:30pm April 26 Aero Bldg 153 Area C Private Pilot Ground School Our next Ground School will Club be late May 2010 here at the Aero Club. The class cost and books is $360 and we do accept tuition assistance. Please call us to have your name added to the list CATS Testing - $150 Members First Plus Card Holders save big! Save $32 on all ground schools (not valid with TA). 25% off aircraft rental during your annual standardization ride (a value of up to $50). 10% off all resale merchandise and a waiver of the initiation fee when you join (a $25 value). Keep Your Pet Happy and Healthy at the Information, Veterinary Clinic k c i Tt es High Quality Care at the Lowest Cost & Travel We are now offering “Wellness Packages” that will provide comprehensive preventative Kittyhawk, Bldg. 1226 257-7970 medical care that is tailored Mon - Thurs 11am - 2pm, Fri 11am - 5pm, Closed Sat-Sun & Holidays to your pet’s individual needs and Walt Disney World, Orlando, is saluting the U.S. military once again this year. They are offering a discounted 4-Day pass for active or retired U.S. military members, as well as up to five stage of life. Our prices will be changing additional discounted 4-Day tickets, ranging from $99-$151. Call us or stop by for details. Not an active or retired member of the U.S. military? We still offer discounted tickets for Walt Disney World, Orlando, to anyone not eligible for the Salute program. Mon-Thurs 8am-Noon 1pm-4pm Stop by the ITT office today, or call us for details! Friday 8am-Noon 1pm-3pm Also available: Columbus Blue Jackets, Cincinnati Reds & Dayton Dragons, King’s Island, The Beach 257-6853 Waterpark, the Land of Illusion and much Blgd 1435, Area A Look what’s happening at your neighborhood Community & Family Center Bldg. 230, Area C 257-6231 Winter Hours: Mon-Thu 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Fri-Sat 9 a.m.-9 p.m. America’s Kids & Family Fun Run May 1 10:30am - 12:30pm Prairie Trace Golf Course parking lot Come out and see the youth outrace their parents! Free T-Shirt for everyone who participates. Call the Community and Family Center at 257-6231 for registration and information Eggtivities Recipe Swap Club March 20 9 - 11 am Mar 17, 11 am -noon: Irish dish Egg decorating and crafts Apr 14, 11 am -noon: Spring dish Bring your recipe and samples to swap $2 per person/$5 per family Please register by March 16 Easter Family Potluck/ Irish Night Potluck/ Movie Night Movie Night April 16 6 - 8 p.m. March 19 6 - 8 p.m. We provide the main entree We provide the main entree Bring an Easter covered dish or dessert Bring an Irish covered dish or dessert Please sign up by April 14 Please sign up by March 17 Longaberger Basket Homestead Craft Corner Craft Days for and Dresden Shopping Trip Adults & Children Scrapbooking Mondays in March March 27 7:30 am - 6 pm Mondays in April Mar 27/Apr 10; Sign up today! $5; transportation provided Adults 9 am - 3 pm Kid’s Craft Corner Please for more Fee due at registration Kids can do up to information, 257-6231 3 of the 5 craft projects No federal endorsement intended. available, when other programs are not on-going. These crafts can be done any time throughout the month. April 24 11am - 2pm Kids Safety Day At the Community & Family Center Bldg. 230, Area C Numerous activities for kids Safety information booths set up by base and community agencies to promote safety for children Wright-Patt Youth Center Winter Hours Preteens (ages 9-12) All youth must fill out a Boys and Girls Club members hip packet to receive a member- Tuesday - Friday 2:30-7 p.m. ship card and gain access to Saturday 1-7 p.m. the facility. Call for current fees. Teens (ages 13-18) Tuesday - Thursday 2:30-8 p.m. Bldg. 234, 641 Chapel Lane The POSITIVE Place For Kids Friday 2:30-9 p.m. Saturday 1-9 p.m. Next to the Skate Park Call us at 904-4700 Project Spoken Words Closed on Mar. 13; open at 1 pm for spring break (Apr 5-10) In recognition of National Poetry Month during the month of April, the Prairies Youth Center will hold a contest to give each youth an opportunity to write and submit his or her own poetry. Apr 3, 6 - 7pm Come join us for our night time egg hunt. On Thursday, April 16 at 5 p.m., Prizes awarded for the special eggs. we’ll read each submission and give out awards to our poets. Refreshments after the hunt. For more details, call 904-4700. Teen Field Trips 4-H Archery Camp Mar 5: Dinner & Shopping Mar 19: Laser Tag See the calendar for trip times Apr 5-9, 2-4pm Apr 2: See a Hit Movie Sign up deadline is Come learn how to shoot a bow and arrow. Apr 16: Bowling two days before trip Certified staff will be present at all times. 10 spots available, sign up by Apr 2 “Beyond All Limits” Earn incentives for fitness Open to WPAFB kids ages 9-18 Call 255-5053 ext. 0 or 904-4700 National Keystone Conference Mar 12-15, Prairies Youth Center Keystone Club Through the Youth Employment Skills will join 1,200 other Keystoners and advisors (YES) Program, dependent teens of active duty Air Force members can in Pittsburgh, PA for thought-provoking workshops earn money for college while volun- teering their time. For more details, on academic success and career exploration; Program call the youth director at 255-5053. civic engagement activities. Y O U T H E M P L O Y M E N T S K I L L S This program is funded by the Air Aid Society (AFAS). Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio Month of the Write a one-page essay (call center for essay topic) Military Child Winner will be announced Mar 25, 5-6:30pm in a special ceremony Come celebrate National Boys and Girls Club of America Week. on Apr. 23, 5:30 p.m. There will be various displays from the different clubs and youth with quarterly winners available to tell you about the different programs offered. Refreshments will also be available. Essay Contest and volunteer recognition Prairies Youth We’re hitting the Center Clubs All youth must fill out a Boys and Girls Club membership packet to receive a membership card and gain access to the facility. Memberships are currently being accepted. ROAD Youth Field Trips Featured club: Fine ArtS to join us call 904-4700 Every Friday from 4:30-6pm. Come work on a new artistic creation each week. Projects planned in water colors, paper sculpture, still life drawing & scratch art. EnterTrainment Junction National Museum of the This is the world’s largest U.S. Air Force and IMAX indoor train display Apr 17, 1-5:30 pm. Other activities: Mar 6, 1:30-6:30 pm. Sign up by Apr 15 Passport to Manhood Sign up by Apr 3 Fit Factor Learn all about the history of the SMART Girls Kettering Recreation Swim Air Force and aviation, then watch Club Tech Kettering Sports Complex a life-sized movie in the Imagemakers Mar 20, 1-4:30 pm. IMAX theater Sign up by Mar 18 Fine Arts Self Expression Ice Skating Town Hall Theatre Kettering Sports Complex Science Club Triple Play Production will be “Stellaluna” Apr 24, 1-4 p.m. Mar 27, 2-4:30. Computer Lab 4-H Club Sign up by Mar 25 Indoor ice skating Rent or bring skates For individual COSI Sign up by Apr 22 Tournament Night Columbus, Ohio program details, Apr 10, 1 - 6pm. Healthy Habits dates and times, Sign up by Apr 8 call 904-4700. Activities for Teens Keystone Club YOUTH Saturdays, 2:30-3:30 p.m. Leadership through service Night Hoops SPORTS Mar 5, 19 and Apr 16, 9 p.m.-12 a.m. Registration for Youth Baseball runs thru March 12 Basketball for ages 13-18 Cost is $55 and after March 12 Cost is $65 Call 255-5053 ext. 308 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Teen Lock-N Apr 2-3, 9pm - 9am We can email you the registration- call Youth Sports for Members $10, Guest $20, information at 255-5053 ext 308 or email Sign up by Wed before the event email@example.com and we’ll send you the registrations. Activities for Preteens Tae Kwon Do Instructor Classes- Power Hour Fee $40 monthly Class times are Tues & Thurs, 5pm and 6pm Tuesday-Thursday, 3-4 p.m. Classes are held at Prairies Child and Get homework help; earn prizes Youth Programs Complex, Bldg 6933. For more information please call, 255-5053, ext 0 Family Fun Night Mar 19, Apr 16. 6-8 pm Registration for Spring Soccer runs thru Mar 5 In celebration of the Year of the Air Force Family Cost is $55 and after March 12 Cost is $65 Call 255-5053 ext. 308 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Torch Club The First Tee Golf registration going on now class Saturdays, 1:30-2:30 p.m. starts March 15, this is a Free program, ages 6-18 Leadership through service DID YOU Every time you make a purchase KNOW ? at the Base Exchange, AAFES contributes a portion of the profits to Services. Army & Air Force Exchange Service Force Support Squadron would like to thank AAFES for its continued support and remind everyone that when you do your shopping on base, much of the profits are retained locally to support programs offered to you. JANUARY’S CONTRIBUTION: $43,165 Wright-Patt Club & American Institute of Wine & Food Present Big Reds Wine Tasting 6:30—9:30 pm, Saturday, April 24, 2010 at the Wright-Patt Club Sample a variety of fabulous “BIG” Red Wines accompanied by selections of Chef David’s fabulous food. This is a “not-to-be-missed” event with Dayton Area Wine Distributors presenting their best BIG RED WINES. Wines will also be available for purchase. AIWF & Wright-Patt Club Members—$75 Non-Members—$85 Reservations required. For reservations, contact Wright-Patt Club (937) 257-9762 Reservation deadline—Sunday, April 18. Sorry no cancellations after April 19.