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					                        “WOODWORKS”
                     Fort Leonard Wood Information Forum
                                  JUNE 2010
The Woodworks Newsletter & Calendar can be found on the FLW public Website –
                     Garrison Tab (Social Media Area)
             http://www.wood.army.mil/wood_cms/3745.shtml
               and the newsletter only on the Community Tab
             http://www.wood.army.mil/wood_cms/2258.shtml

Information contained in this handout is for informational purposes only. References to
private organizations and their activities do not imply endorsement by the U.S.
Government, Department of Army or Fort Leonard Wood.

Woodworks Mission: To serve as a forum for installation and community information
sharing with attendance by community members, Family, Retirees, Civilians and Military.
Everyone is welcomed.

Agenda:
   Woodworks Information Forum
   Focus Group/Topic: Military One Source
   Next meeting: 30 June 2010 – Stone gate Community Center, 235
     Ellis, 10:00 – 11:00 am

Upcoming Woodworks: Attendance at last Woodworks (56)
 Date            Location                     FOCUS                                Submission
                                                                                    Deadline
28 Jul      Stone Gate Community Center             Operation Military               Jul 21
                                                           Kids
25 Aug      Stone Gate Community Center            Old Stagecoach Stop                Aug 18
                                                         Museum

POC for submissions to “Woodworks” Newsletter is the Administrative Officer, Garrison
Command, 563-5788.
MILITARY PERSONNEL OFFICE/DHR……………………………………………… 4

CHAPELS………………………………………………………………………………… 6

BRUCE C. CLARKE LIBRARY……………………………………………………….. 8

MORALE, WELFARE, AND RECREATION (MWR)………………………………… 9

ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS)……………………………………………….. 26

CHILD, YOUTH & SCHOOL SERVICES (CYS) ……………………………………. 32

SCHOOL LIAISON (SLO)………………………………………………………………34

SAFETY CORNER……………………………………………………………………… 35

PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE……………………………………………………….........40

INSTALLATION CUSTOMER SERVICES…………………………………………… 40

AAFES………………………………………………………………………………......... 42

COMMISSARY…………………………………………………………………………… 42

GENERAL LEONARD WOOD ARMY HOSPITAL (GLWACH)…………………… 42

AMERICAN RED CROSS……………………………………………………………… 42

USO……………………………………………………………………………………….. 42

BALFOUR BEATTY COMMUNITIES…………………………………………………. 43

ARMED SERVICES YMCA (ASYMCA)………………………………………………. 43

SPOUSE‟S CLUB……………………………………………………………………….. 44

COMMUNITY-AT-LARGE……………………………………………………………… 45

ST. ROBERT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE……………………………………......... 45

ROLLA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE………………………………………………… 46

LEBANON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE…………………………………………….. 48

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP PROGRAM……………………………………….. 48



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LION‟S CLUB………………………………………………………………………........ 48

GIRL SCOUTS…………………………………………………………………………… 49

BOY SCOUTS/CUB SCOUTS…………………………………………………………. 49

PARENTS AS TEACHERS……………………………………………………………..50

“HEROES AT HOME”………………………………………………………………….. 50

BETTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SINGLE SOLDIERS (BOSS)…………………... 51

OTHER INFORMATION………………………………………………………………… 52




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           MILITARY PERSONNEL OFFICE / DIRECTORATE OF HUMAN RESOURCES
           POC: 596-0175




                                           UPCOMING ACAP EVENTS
             ACAP briefings and classes are in high demand and we want to maintain the highest
            quality of service to you, our valued customer. In order to ensure there is a seat saved
                        for you, please always call ACAP at 573-596-0175 or go online to
           www.acapexpress.army.mil and register for the class or briefing you would like to attend.
                 Otherwise all of the seats are quickly reserved and walk-ins cannot be easily
           accommodated. Please help us serve you best by reserving your seat. We look forward
                                               to working with you!

                                                        JULY 2010
July 1, 15, 22, 29                                VA Benefits Briefing                                  Truman Education
                   Bring your spouse and learn about all of your VA Benefits and services. Following         Center
   0800-1200        the briefing, a VA representative is available to assist you with completion of the
                                          VA claim forms and answer questions.                              Room 25

 July 7, 21, 28                                          VA DTAP                                       Truman Education
                   Disabled transition (DTAP) focuses on VA medical disability benefits and filing for      Center
   0900-1100         disability incurred on active duty or a pre-existing condition aggravated during
                                                          service.                                         Room 25

     July 8                               Small Business: Sources of Finance                           Truman Education
                    Provides information on small business financial assistance programs and how to         Center
   1300-1600        apply. Learn how the commercial lending process works and what you can do to
                                   make your banking relationship a more positive one.                     Room 19
                                              Military and Families - no charge.
                     General Public-$30.00. To make a fee payment, register and pay with a credit
                                 card at http://www.missouribusiness.net/cgi-bin/calendar/
      July                                              TAP Workshop                                   Truman Education
  12-14; 19-21      Basic training for career transition. Department of Labor teaches this class which      Center
     26-28             covers assessing your skills, writing a resume, conducting market research,
                   networking, interviewing, negotiating for compensation, employment and education        Room 8
   0800-1600       resources, and much more. Open to clients and spouses who have completed the
                                             mandatory Preseparation Briefing.

 July 14, 21, 28                           Education Benefits Briefing                             Truman Education
                   Truman Education Center presents an overview of your education benefits and the     Center
   1300-1330                                   new Post 9/11 GI Bill
                                                                                                       Room 8

    July 15                                     Federal Resume Seminar                                 Truman Education
   1300-1530        For potential applicants to Army civilian positions, an introduction to the Army‘s      Center
                    civilian resume builder to create and submit Resumix online. Civilian Personnel        Room 19
                     Advisory Center (CPAC) will be present to answer questions about the federal
                   employment hiring process, vet preference and more. Open to ACAP clients and
                                  spouses who have completed the Pre-Sep Briefing.




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    July 22                Employer Forum: Applying for Contract and Non-Contract Jobs                        Bldg 470
   1300-1530
                    A speaker panel of business representatives and contracting experts will discuss        Room 2221
                    how the process of applying for contract versus non-contract jobs differs in regard
                     to the recruitment process, resumes, interviews, compensation negotiation, and
                                             other special issues to consider.

    July 29                                      ACAP Mini Job Fair                               FLW National
                    20-25 Employers hiring for jobs nation-wide and internationally. Open to the Guard Armory
   1230-1530                                           public.
                                  Employer list available from the ACAP Center.                 Bldg. 986, Iowa &
                                                                                                    Alabama



                                                       AUGUST 2010
August: 4, 18, 25                                         VA DTAP                                       Truman Education
                    Disabled transition (DTAP) focuses on VA medical disability benefits and filing for      Center
   0900-1100          disability incurred on active duty or a pre-existing condition aggravated during
                                                           service.                                         Room 25

   August: 5                             Small Business: Sources of Finance                               Truman Education
                                                                                                              Center
   1300-1600         Provides information on small business financial assistance programs and how to
                     apply. Learn how the commercial lending process works and what you can do to             Room19
                                    make your banking relationship more positive one.
                    Military and Families-No charge.
                    General Public-$30.00. To make a payment, register and pay with a credit card at
                    http://www.missouribusiness.net/cgi-bin/calendar/

    August:                                          TAP Workshop                                         Truman Education
  9-11; 16-18                                                                                                 Center
 Aug 30-Sep 1        Basic training for career transition. Department of Labor teaches this class which
                       covers assessing your skills, writing a resume, conducting market research,            Room 8
   0800-1600        networking, interviewing, negotiating for compensation, employment and education
                    resources, and much more. Open to clients and spouses who have completed the
                                                   Pre-Separation Briefing.

   August: 11                    Small Business: How to Win Government Contracts                          Truman Education
                                                                                                              Center
   1330-1630         Taught by the Director of the Springfield Procurement and Technical Assistance
                     Center/Small Business Innovative Research, Missouri University of Science and            Room 19
                    Technology, this class is for people planning to own a private business who want
                     to learn how to win contracts with the government. Recommend you first attend
                      the 3 Starting a Business classes the ACAP Center hosts. The class includes:
                        business start-up financial assistance; registration procedures, certifications
                     required for socio-economic categories such as service-disabled veteran owned
                         small business; marketing opportunities to sell to the government; types of
                      solicitations and how to evaluate them for bids most common types of contract
                      awards; grant money for innovative ideas of interest to the military/government
                          through Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) and Small Business
                       Technical Transfer (STTR). After class, the instructor is available for personal
                                          counseling sessions for those registered.
                                             Military & dependants – No Charge.
                    General public – $10.00. To make fee payment, you must register on the website:



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                                    www.missouribusiness.net/cgi-bin/calendar/

August: 11, 18                           Education Benefits Briefing                             Truman Education
                 Truman Education Center presents an overview of your education benefits and the     Center
 1300-1330                                   new Post 9/11 GI Bill.
                                                                                                     Room 8

August: 12, 19                                  VA Benefits Briefing                                  Truman Education
                 Bring your spouse and learn about all of your VA benefits and services. Following         Center
 0800-1200        the briefing, a VA representative is available to assist you with completion of the
                                        VA claim forms and answer questions.                              Room 25

 August: 19                                    Federal Resume Seminar                                  Truman Education
                   For potential applicants to Army civilian positions, an introduction to the Federal      Center
 1300-1530       civilian resume builder. Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC) will be present
                    to answer questions about the hiring process, Veterans preference, and more.           Room 19
                 Open to all clients and Spouses who have completed the Pre-Separation Briefing.

 August: 26                                  ACAP Mini Job Fair                                       FLW National
                        20-25 Employers hiring for jobs nation-wide and internationally.              Guard Armory
 1230-1530                                    Open to the public.
                                Employer list available from the ACAP Center.                       Bldg. 986, Iowa &
                                                                                                        Alabama

         CHAPELS
         POC: 596-2127

         VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL (VBS) – Come be part of the HIGH SEAS Adventure at the
         Chapel Sponsored Vacation Bible School, July 12-16th from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. each
         day in Bldg 6501Indiana Avenue, Pershing Elementary School. If you are interested in
         volunteering to help or need to register your child(ren), please do so at the website:
         https://www.GroupVBSpro.com/vbs/ez/flw POC: Director of Religious Education, at 596-
         0089.

         SOLDIER MEMORIAL CHAPEL RENOVATION – renovations are ongoing at SMC and
         are expected to be completed tentatively by mid July. During this time the services, 9:00
         a.m. Catholic Mass and 11:15 a.m. Protestant has moved to North Iowa Chapel and
         Catholic Adoration and Confessions are canceled for SMC. Catholic Confessions are
         available before mass on Saturday evenings at 5:30 p.m. at Specker Chapel and on
         Sunday mornings at 8:30 a.m. at North Iowa Chapel.

         ANTICIPATED SUNDAY MASS is held at Specker Chapel on Saturdays at 6 p.m.

         CATHOLIC YOUTH OF THE CHAPEL meet every Sunday at 5:00 p.m. at Bldg 590.
         POC: Catholic Coordinator, 596-3913. Youth group will resume in the fall when
         classes begin.

         CATECHISM BOOK CLUB meets every Thursday at 6:00 p.m. at Bldg 590. They are
         studying ―The Privilege of being Catholic‖. POC: Catholic Coordinator, 596-3913.




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CATHOLIC RCIA and RCIC meet Sundays at 11:00 a.m., Pershing Elementary School,
for all those interested in learning more about Catholic Christianity. POC: Catholic
Coordinator, 596-3913. Classes will resume in the fall.

SACRED HEART WOMEN OF FAITH (MCCW) will not be meeting on Mondays during
the summer. MCCW will resume the Monday, 9 a.m. schedule at Pershing Elementary
School in the fall. They will continue to meet on the 1st Saturday of each month in Bldg
590 at 10 a.m. during the summer. Any questions please contact the POC: Catholic
Coordinator, 596-3913.

HOSPITAL CATHOLIC MASS is held weekdays at 11:35 a.m. in the Hospital Chapel.
POC: Catholic Parish Coordinator, 596-3913.

CATHOLIC CONFRATERNITY OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE (CCD) Classes meet from
11:00 – 12:30 p.m. at Bldg 6501, Pershing Elementary School. POC: Director of
Religious Education, 596-0089. The last day of CCD was May 23rd. Classes will
resume in the fall.

KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS (KofC) A Catholic men‘s organization that meets the second
Tuesday of the month at Bldg 590 at 7 p.m. KofC offers Catholic Christian fellowship and
opportunities to be of service to others in the FLW/ St Robert / Waynesville area. POC:
George (573) 261-0093.

SUNDAY SCHOOL meets from 9:30 -10:30 a.m. at Bldg 6501, Pershing Elementary
School. POC: Director Religious Education, 596-0089. The last day of Sunday
School was May 23rd. Classes will resume in the fall.

PRE-MARITAL CLASS is held the first Friday of each month and is a prerequisite for
wedding ceremonies held in our chapels; the next post-wide class will be July 9th at 8:30
a.m. at Pershing Elementary School in Room 29. For more information, call Family Life
Chaplain‘s Office at 596-0088.

PROTESTANT WOMEN OF THE CHAPEL (PWOC) PWOC meets on Tuesdays from
9:00 – 11:30 a.m. at Pershing Elementary School. PWOC Summer Session: June 8th –
July 27th. PWOC offers ladies‘ Bible studies and fellowship time for Christian women
seeking to grow in their walk with the Lord. Free Watch Care is available on site. For
more information, contact Becky at (803) 312-4715 or Soldier Memorial Chapel -
Garrison Chaplain, 596-4906.

PROTESTANT YOUTH OF THE CHAPEL (PYOC) meets on Wednesdays from 6:30 -
8:30 p.m. for Sr. High School Students (9-12th grade), and Tuesdays from 4:30 - 6:30
p.m. for Jr. High School Students (6-8th grade) at Pershing Elementary School on
Indiana Ave across from Lieber Heights Chapel. POC: David 596-2126 or Garrison
Chaplain, 596-4906.

PROTESTANT MEN OF THE CHAPEL (PMOC) meets every Wednesday at Bldg 590 at
11:30 a.m. Lunch is provided. They have just started a new series, reading through
Chuck Colson's book, ―The Faith‖. POC: Garrison Chaplain, 596-4906.




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OFFICER CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP (OCF) Bible Studies are conducted off post and,
occasionally, within specific courses, based on student interest. Current off-post studies
are:
(1) Wednesdays, 7 -8:30 p.m., at 358 Carmel Valley Way in St. Robert (contact CPT
Denson at 573-336-3023 or 404-210-2980.)
(2) Wednesdays, 6:15-7:30 p.m., Health Ministries Room, Waynesville United Methodist
Church, Highway T and 200 Lovely Lane, (contact Mark & Desiree at 573-774-6444
(office) or 573-528-1621 (cell).
For information regarding other studies or questions on OCF at Ft. Leonard Wood,
please call COL (Ret) Meyer, 1-845-596-8723 for information. POC: Garrison Chaplain,
596-4906.

BRUCE C. CLARKE LIBRARY
POC: 563-4113

Library Hours – 1st Floor Community Services
Monday – Thursday         07:15 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday – Sunday         10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Friday & Holidays               Closed

Both floors closed Sunday 4 July and Monday 5 July, Independence Day Holiday

Library Hours – 2nd Floor Academic Services (enter from Lincoln Hall on Fridays)
Monday – Thursday        07:15 am – 6:00 pm
Fridays                  07:15 am – 5:00 pm
Sat, Sun & Holidays          Closed
Training Holidays and Block leave 8:00-4:00

The Library is located in the MANSCEN Complex in Building 3202 (the East wing) --- just
off Nebraska AVE & 1ST Street

Visit our iBistro library catalog directly www-lbry.wood.army.mil

Or from the icon link on the Ft. Wood homepage (www.wood.army.mil)

RECURRING LIBRARY PROGRAMS/EVENTS:

Toddler Story Time - Tuesdays 10:30 am Ages @ 18 months-3 years. Stories and
simple crafts by ASYMCA, POC: Kathleen 563-5857

Preschool Story Time - Wednesdays 12:30 pm Ages @ 2-6 years.
Stories and crafts provided by ASYMCA, POC: Kathleen 563-5857

 Genealogy Group - 4th Saturday, 2:30 pm – 4:30 pm
For all who want to learn about and share information on researching family trees.
Learn how to use library provided databases-Ancestry Plus, Footnote, Heritage Quest,
historical newspaper, etc. POC: Kathleen 563-5857




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Anime/Manga Group - 1st Saturday, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Regular activities sharing and discussion, artwork & character design, costume design
and more. POC: Cheryl or Alex 563-4113

Nihongo! Learn Japanese together every Saturday 4:00 – 5:00 pm,
POC: Alex 563-4113

Sleepy Time Story Hour - Fort Wood Community Centers
Thursdays from 6:00 – 7:00 pm, as scheduled
Kid‟s wear your jammies and bring a pillow, your teddy or your blankie
POC: Kat 573-563-5857

1 July         No Storytime
8 July         Stonegate CommunityCenter
15 July        Woodlands Community Center
22 July        Stonegate Community Center
19 July        Piney Community Center

BOSS Gaming Day - suspended for the summer
Sponsored by the BOSS program. Come and bring your friends or join others who enjoy
gaming. The Clarke Library has X-Box Rock Band and Wii Guitar Hero, plus other
games to check out. We will also provide space for you to play various card based and
board games.

FREE live personal tutors in math, science, English, social studies and more. K-12,
college and adult learners. Plus online links to tests, worksheets and other study tools.
Sign up for your account at www.tutor.com/military

Summer Library Program - Book Island

Start making plans & marking your calendars

All ages … Birth to Adult may read and participate

Program will run 1 June – 7 August

Super Saturdays      9:00 to 10:00 am

24 July  -     Pirates & High Sea Survival
7 August -     Something Fishy

BEAT THE HEAT finale Saturday 14 August 2010 1:00-4:30 pm

POC: Kat or Deanna in the Children‟s Library at 573-563-5857

MORALE, WELFARE, AND RECREATION (MWR)
POC: 596-0118

Fun at your Fingertips www.fortleonardwoodmwr.com




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ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE                                   (573) 596-0212
AUDIE MURPHY‘S COMMUNITY CENTER                          (573) 329-6500
AUTO CRAFT SHOP                                          (573) 596-0243
BLACKJACK BAR & GRILL                                    (573) 329-2563
CHILD, YOUTH and SCHOOL SERVICES                         (573) 596-0200
DAUGHERTY BOWLING CENTER                                 (573) 596-1498
DAVIDSON FITNESS CENTER                                  (573) 596-4359
FRAME SHOP                                               (573) 596-0242
INFORMATION, TICKETING and REGISTRATION (ITR)            (573) 329-TKTS
LAKE OF THE OZARKS RECREATION AREA (LORA)                (573) 346-5640
MORELLI HEIGHTS BAR & GRILL                              (573) 596-6005
OUTDOOR ADVENTURE CENTER                                 (573) 596-4223
PERSHING COMMUNITY CENTER                                (573) 329-2455PINEY
VALLEY GOLF COURSE                                       (573) 329-4770
PIPPIN YOUTH CENTER/TEEN LOUNGE                          (573) 596-0209
REC PLEX                                                 (573) 596-0843
SKIES Unlimited                                          (573) 596-0200
SPECIAL EVENTS                                           (573) 596-6913
SPECKER GYM                                              (573) 596-7377
YOUTH SPORTS                                             (573) 596-0209

Now - Sept 2        BOWLOPOLIS SUMMER SPECIAL
Hey kids, the Daugherty Bowling Center is hosting a Bowlopolis summer special; buy
one game of bowling at regular price and receive another FREE. Summer special runs
every Monday-Thursday from 11am—9pm. Also, check out the Bowlopolis website at
www.bowlopolis.com for more information and for fun games and activities. For more
information call 596-1498.

Now-Sep 7            MWR OUTDOOR POOLS FREE SWIMMING
Fort Leonard Wood and Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation are making it easy
to dive into summer by offering FREE swimming this season at the MWR Outdoor Pools.
The free swim program is in keeping with the Army Family Covenant‘s promise of taking
care of Soldiers and Families by continuing to build strong partnerships with Army
families that will enhances their strength and resilience, and provide our Families a
strong, supportive environment where they can thrive. By offering free swimming at the
outdoor pools FMWR hopes to enhance the recreation experience for our Soldiers and
Families and increase quality of time families spend together.

Wallace Pool & Splash Park                        Leiber Heights Pool
MWR Rec Plex, Constitution Ave                    Turner Street
Open Daily 12-7pm                                 Open Wed-Sun 12-7pm
Closes Sep 7, 2010                                Closes Aug 12, 1010

June – Aug                  LINKS TO LANES
Done playing the links at Piney Valley Golf Course? Head over to the Daugherty Bowling
Center with your links to lanes card and present it for a 1 FREE game of bowling when
you purchase a game at regular. Offer is valid Monday thru Friday during normal hours
of operation. For more information call 596-1498.




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Now – August              SCHOOL AGE SERVICES SUMMER CAMP
The School Age Services program is offering theme day camps for youths in grades 1-5.
Parents get to pick and choose the weeks they want their child to attend. Breakfast,
lunch and snacks are provided. No additional charge for fieldtrips. Fees are charged
weekly and are based on the family income category. Youth must be registered with
CYS Services. For more information call 596-0239.
Theme camps:
Now-July 2:         Performing Arts: 4H Week
July 5-16:          Explore Missouri
July 19-30:         Aloha Week
August 2-6:         SAS Gladiators
August 9-11:        Fear Factor

Now- August                 SOFTBALL TOURNAMENT SIGN-UP
Sign up today for one or all of Davidson Fitness Center‘s softball tournaments. All games
are played at the sports complex B located on Nebraska and Minnesota Avenues. Each
tournaments are $125 and limited to 16 teams. Sign up 2-3 days before tournament
date. Players must be 18 yrs. and older and out of high school. Open to authorized
personnel. For more information call 596-4359.
Tournament Schedule:
July 3 – Stars and Stripes, 9 am
July 9 – All Night Softball, 6pm
July 17 – Summer Classic Softball, 9am
August 14 – Dog Days of Summer, 9am

Now – August              FALL LEAGUES SIGN-UP
Daugherty Bowling Center will continue to recruit for fall and winter USBC Sanctioned
bowling leagues during regular operating hours. Youth, men, women, mixed, and fun
leagues are welcome. Win cash prizes. Stop by the Daugherty Bowling Center located at
Bldg. 1609 on South Dakota. Sign-ups will be taken at the Commissary and Main PX on
July 31. Open to authorized personnel. Must be 18 years and older to participate. For
more information call 596-1498.

Now-Aug 2                  SKIES YOUTH RECORDER KARATE MUSIC WORKSHOP
The SKIES program recorder karate music workshop is in session. Class meets every
Monday from 1-2:30pm at Audie Murphy‘s Community Center. Student‘s will experience
exciting ensemble recorder playing experience and will also be given the opportunity to
learn beginning keyboard and music fundamental instruction in order to enhance music
reading skills and to provide life-long enjoyment of playing a variety of music. Open to
youths ages 8-18. For more information call 596-0200.

Now – Aug 10              REGISTER FOR OPERATION RISING STAR
Register now for Operation Rising Star! Competition will be held Tuesday‘s August 10,
17 & 24 at the Pershing Community Center on starting at 6:30pm. Contestants must be
Active Duty, National Guard or Reserve from any branch of Service, or a family member
eighteen years or older with valid military ID card. Prizes will be given out accordingly: 1st
place-$500 and a chance to advance to the semi-finals live round, 2nd place-$250, 3rd
place-$100, and Spirit Award-$300 for the Units/FRG. Pick up an application online at
www.fortleonardwoodmwr.com, and the ITR Office (Bldg 490). Sign up continue until the
first night of competition. All are welcome to come out each performance and VOTE for
your favorite! For more information call 596-6913.


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Now-Aug 19               THURSDAY NOONTIME LEAGUE
Daugherty Bowling Center is hosting their Thursday Noontime League beginning at
11:40am; shadow bowling begins at 11:30am. League is a 2-person team, 2 games
bowled each lunch period. Bowling rate is $2.50 per game, $1.75 shoe rentals. League
is open authorized personnel. For more information call 596-1498.

Now – July 1              REGISTRATION FOR SKIES YOUTH ARCHERY
SKIES program is offering a youth archery program. Youth will learn the basic
fundamental skills about archery to include the different types of bows; learn how to
determine the draw length and the proper weight to use and more. Program fee is $50.
Program begins July 6 and meets every Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10am-12pm at
the Outdoor Adventure Center. Program is open to youth ages 10-18 yrs. old. Youth
must be registered with CYS Service. Sign-up today at the Parent Central Services
located inside Bldg. 470, Office 1126. For more information call 596-0209.

Now - July 5                 2010 ARMY ARTS AND CRAFTS CONTEST
Every year the Army offers an annual Arts and Crafts contest that gives artists and
crafters the opportunity to compete against contestants from around the world. The
contest is a juried competition of two and three dimensional artwork for novice and
accomplished artists. Artwork may be entered in one of the following categories:
Ceramics, drawings, wood prints, fibers and textiles, water base painting, metals and
jewelry and two- and three-dimensional mixed media. Eligible patrons may submit three
works per category at the garrison level. Awards will be given to first, second and third
place and up to two honorable mentions for each category and group of the contest. The
entry form profile is at https://artscrafts.fmwrc.army.mil.Contest is open to authorized
Family Morale, Welfare and Recreation, with the exception of employees of the Army
Arts and Crafts program. For more information call the MWR Frame Shop, Bldg 490 at
573 596-0242.

Now - July 9                REGISTER FOR THE FLW COMBATIVES TOURNEMENT
Bring your Game! Qualify for the All Army Combatives Tournament. Preliminary rounds
will be held at Davidson Fitness Center, August 2-6 and finals will be held 4:30 p.m., at
Gerlach Field. All combative-qualified active-duty permanent party men and women are
eligible to participate. Service Members that compete in the finals of this event will be
qualified to train as a member of the MSCoE Combatives Team that will compete in the
Army Combatives Tournament at Fort Benning, Ga.
Competitors will fight in several different weight classes: Flyweight (125 pounds),
Lightweight (140 pounds), Welterweight (155 pounds), Middleweight (170 pounds),
Cruiserweight (185 pounds), Light Heavyweight (up to 205 pounds) and Heavyweight
(over 205 pounds).
Combatives stress discipline, attention to detail, and forge a warrior spirit. The Army‘s
latest development in hand to hand fighting techniques reinforces skills necessary for
Soldiers to dominate their environment. The tournament is free to the public for viewing.
Service Members interested should submit their names NLT COB July 9 to your BDE S-
3. For more information call SSG Baltazar 596-0979 or Todd Nelson 563-5127.

The rules for the tournament will follow the U.S. Army Combatives School Standard
Competition and Regulations document, dated March 20, 2007.




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Now-July 15                 SKIES YOUTH TENNIS LESSON
The SKIES Unlimited beginners tennis lesson is in session. Beginners will learn tennis
basics from serving, hitting and score keeping through drills and match play. Lessons
will take place at Sturgis Heights Tennis courts located on 4100 Piney Hills Drive. Cost is
$55 for a six week session. Tennis lesson is open to youths ages 6-16. Schedule for
tennis lessons are: Thursdays: 4:30 – 5:30 pm, Saturdays: 10:00 – 11:00 am or 11:15
am– 12:15pm. Participants must provide their own racket. Child must be registered with
the CYS Services. For more information call 596-0200.
Additional Lesson Dates:
July 22 - August 26
Sept. 2 - Oct. 7

Now – July 16              REGISTRATION FOR PHAT BOOT CAMP
Need a boost to your current exercise routine? Try our 8 week class of intense physical
fitness experience. You will finish this boot camp feeling and looking Powerful, Healthy
and Toned! You‘ll get 2 days a week of hardcore training, three cardio plans a week,
weekly meal plans, and a food log in/journal. Cost is $120. Participants meet twice a
week on Mondays and Wednesdays from 4:30pm-5:30pm beginning July 19. Must
register by July 16. Program is open to authorized personnel ages 18 yrs. and older. For
more information call 596-7443.

Now-July 27                SKIES PRESCHOOL MUSIC & MOVEMENT CLASS
The SKIES program preschool music and movement class begins. This class will offer
age appropriate music making activities involving singing, playing instruments, moving to
music and creative movement exercises, stories, music games, finger plays and poems.
Parent participation required. Class meets every Tuesday from 1-2pm at Audie Murphy‘s
Community Center. For more information call 596-0200.

Now-July 28                SKIES YOUTH GUITAR WORKSHOP
The SKIES programs‘ guitar workshop begins. Class meets every Wednesday from 1-
2:30pm at Audie Murphy‘s Community Center. This group class meets for an exciting
ensemble guitar playing experience. Students will also be given beginning keyboard and
music fundamental instruction in order to enhance music reading skills and to provide
life-long enjoyment of playing a variety of music. Open to youth ages 8-18. For more
information call 596-0200.

Month of July             BEAT THE HEAT XTREME BOWLING
Beat the heat at the Daugherty Bowling Center with Xtreme lights and cool temperature.
For the month of July enjoy 2 hours of Xtreme family bowling for $25 per lane (6 people
per lane, shoes included) every Thursday night from 7-9pm. For more information call
596-1498.

Month of July             JULY EDGE PROGRAM
The July EDGE Program is in session. Program is FREE and open to registered youths
in grades 6-12. Programs held outside the Pippin Youth Center will be transported to
program site. For more information call 596-0200.
July Packages includes:
Fit EDGE – Miniature Golf! Youth will learn the basics of miniature golf every Mondays
from 2:30-4pm.
Adventure EDGE – Join in on the adventure of rock/wall climbing at the Outdoor
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Fit EDGE – Bump. Set. Spike. The EDGE program has partnered with the Davidson
Fitness Center to teach youth the fundamentals of volleyball and to participate in game
situations. Youths meet every Wednesday from 2:30-4pm at the Davidson Fitness
Center.
Life EDGE –The EDGE program has partnered up with the ITR Office so youths can
learn how to plan for trips. Youth meets every Thursday from 3-4:30pm.
Art EDGE –Youth will learn the basics of ceramics at MWR’s Frame Shop and get to
choose from pre-poured ceramics from Bo Beep‘s Ceramics, to clean and paint. Class
meets every Friday from 2:30-4:30pm.

Month of July               JULY ADVENTURE EDGE PROGRAM (for Grades 1-5)
CYS Service EDGE Adventure program for the month of July is in session. Youth meets
every Tuesday at Outdoor Adventure Center from 3-4:30pm for an adventure of
rock/wall climbing. Cost for program is $30. Shuttle will pick youths up from S. Lee Kling
School Age Services at 2:30pm and return at 5pm. School Age parents must pick up
their children no later than 5pm or the standard CYS Services late pick up fee will apply.
For more information call 596-0200.

Month of July            JULY FIT EDGE PROGRAM (for Grades 1-5)
CYS Service EDGE Fit program for the month of July is in session. Youth meets every
Monday at the Rec Plex from 2:30-4:00pm to learn the basics of miniature golfing. Cost
for program is $22.50. Shuttle will pick youths up from S. Lee Kling School Age Services
at 2:15pm and return at 5pm. School Age parents must pick up their children no later
than 5pm or the standard CYS Services late pick up fee will apply. For more information
call 596-0200.

Month of July             SKIES JULY SWIM LESSON
The SKIES Unlimited swim lessons begin. Level 1 is a 1-week session designed for
children ages 6 mos. thru 4 yrs. covering water exploration. Level 2-6 is a 2-week
session designed for children ages 5 yrs. and older covering floating, flutter kick, and
more. Cost: Level 1 lesson - $15 / Level 2 lesson - $30. Child must be registered with
the CYS Services. For more information call 596-0200.
Level 1 schedule:                         Level 2-6 Schedule:
July 5-9 or July 12-16                   July 5-16 or July 19-30
July 19-23 or July 26-30                  August 2-13
August 2-6 or August 9-13                Meet at Lieber Heights Pool
Meet at Davidson Fitness Center           Levels 2 & 3 – 9-9:45am
6 mos.-2yrs – 6-6:30pm                   Levels 3 &4 – 10-10:45am
3 yrs.-4 yrs – 6:45-7:15pm               Levels 5 & 6 – 11-11:45am

July 1                      CHRISTMAS IN JULY
The House Next Door will celebrate Christmas early this year with three new surprise
projects, call to obtain supplies. House Next Door is open to all Military I.D. cardholders.
The House Next Door is located on 53 Young Street. To register or to get more
information, call 596-0212 or 329-4616.

July 1-25   REGISTRATION FOR SOUTHERN SENIOR PROFESSIONAL/AMATEUR
                                 TOURNAMENT
The Piney Valley Golf Course is hosting a Southern Senior Professional/Amateur
tournament. Tournament consists of three amateur golfers to team up with a member of
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and entered by July 25. Tournament date is July 26 with shot-gun beginning at 11am.
Tournament is open to the public. For more information call 329-4770.

July 3      RED, WHITE & BLUE GOLF TOURNAMENT-2 PERSON SCRAMBLE
The Piney Valley Golf Course is hosting a Red, White & Blue Golf Tournament in
celebration of Independence Day. Tournament is a two person scramble, teams will tee
off of red tees, white tees, and blue tees. Each set of tees will be using different formats.
If sufficient teams enter different flights will be made to score. Cost to join is $35 per
team, which includes golf, carts, meal & gift certificates. Shot gun starts at 9am. Must be
registered by July 1. Event is open to the public. For more information call 329-4770.

July 3 2010 FORT LEONARD WOOD STARS AND STRIPES SOFTBALL
                             TOURNAMENT REGISTRATION
In celebration of 4th of July, the Davidson Fitness Center will be hosting a Double
Elimination Softball Tournament on July 3 at 9am. Tournament will be held at the Sports
Complexes B and C at the corner of Nebraska and Minnesota Ave. Prizes will include
team trophies for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Individual awards for first and second place. A
Home Run Derby will be conducted during the tournament; winner will receive a Worth
Softball Bat. Cost to join is $125 per team. Register deadline by close of business, June
30. Open to authorized personnel 18 yrs. and older (must be out of high school).
For more information call 596-7444.

July 4                       MWR INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATION
On July 4, 2010 the night sky of Fort Leonard Wood will light up with a blaze of glory to
celebrate Independence Day The Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation and Fort
Leonard Wood invite you to join friends, family and service members from all branches
to celebrate our country‘s birthday as we gather to enjoy this exciting red-white-and-blue
extravaganza. The celebration starts at 3pm on Gammon Field, on Iowa Ave. The whole
family will enjoy games, activities, the ―Kidz Zone‖, Mario Manzini Comedy & Magic,
bounce houses, climbing wall, dunk tank, concessions and much more. This year we are
featuring Lawn Mower races at 1800 by the Heartland Lawn Mower Race Association.
The excitement continues to heat up with the Salute to the Union at 7pm and the U.S.
Army Soldier Show at 7:30 p.m. The grand finale, the area‘s largest firework display to
light up the sky, will follow the Soldier Show. The performance & Fireworks are FREE
and open to the public. A $5 unlimited fun armband is available for the children‘s games
and activities. Event is festival seating; please bring your lawn chairs. No outside food,
pets, and coolers allowed. For more information call 596-6913.

July 4                     U.S. ARMY SOLDIER SHOW
The 2010 U.S. Army Soldier Show is coming back once again to Fort Leonard Wood to
entertain our Soldiers and families on July 4th. MWR and Fort Leonard Wood will host
the U.S. Army Soldier Show at the July 4th celebration, on Gammon Field, Iowa Ave at
7:30pm. The Soldier Show is a high-energy 90-minute live musical production that is
―Entertainment for the Soldier, by the Soldier‖ and showcases the talents of active duty
Soldiers who were selected by audition from throughout the Army.
Show is FREE and open to the public. Event is followed by the area‘s largest fireworks
display. Arrive early, 3pm, and enjoy a day filled with entertainment and activities.
For more information call 596-0148.
The 2010 U.S. Army Soldier Show is sponsored by I A.M. Strong, the Army’s Prevention
of Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault Program, and Comprehensive Soldier Fitness
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July 4                    4th OF JULY BOWLING
The Daugherty Bowling Center will be open during 4th of July during regular hours. The
Daugherty Bowling Center is open from 11am-9pm. Regular rates apply. For more
information call 596-1498.

July 5 – 23         YOUTH FLAG FOOTBALL & CHEERLEADING REGISTRATION
CYS Services Youth Sports and Fitness Program are offering flag football and cheer
leading program for youths ages 6-11. Cost is $30 per child (10% discount for second
child). A current sports physical MUST be turned in time with registration. Practice will
begin on August 9 and season will run from Sept ember 11 -October 23. For more
information call 596-0209.
Two age divisions are being offered:
Junior Division - ages 6-8 yrs.
Senior Division - ages 9-11 yrs.

July 5 – 23         YOUTH SPORT‟S FALL SOCCER REGISTRATION
Child, Youth & School Services Youth Sports and Fitness Program will start their fall
soccer program for youths ages 4-14. Cost is $30 per child (10% discount given for the
second child). A current sports physical MUST be turned in time with registration.
Practice begins on August 9 and season will run from September 11 –October 23. For
more information call 596-0209.
Age division includes:
U6 (ages 4-5) / U8 (ages 6-7) / U10 (ages 8-9)             U12 (ages 10-11) / U15
(ages 12-14)

July 6-29                  SKIES YOUTH ARCHERY
The SKIES youth archery program is in session. Youth will learn the basic fundamental
skills of archery from identifying the different bows, determine the draw length and what
the proper weights to use, to determine distance, recognize a safe shot, and more.
Program will be held at the Outdoor Adventure Center every Tuesdays and Thursdays
from 10am-12pm. The Outdoor Adventure Center is located in Bldg. 2290 off FLW K Rd.
Program is open to registered youths ages 10-18 yrs. old. For more information call 596-
0200.

July 6-August 11           SKIES YOUTH BOWLING LESSON
The SKIES bowling lesson is in session. Have a bowling good time with us! Bowling
classes are not only fun, they also teach you to be a better bowler. Open to registered
youths ages 6-18 yrs. old. Cost for bowling lesson is $42 per participant. Child must be
registered with the CYS Services. Youth 6-11 yrs. old meet every Tuesdays from 1pm-
3pm. Youth 12-18 yrs. old meet every Wednesdays from 1pm-3pm. For more
information call 596-0200.

July 7              JUNIOR GOLF PROGRAM
The Piney Valley Golf Course is offering a Junior Golf program for youth ages 8-18. This
golf program is designed to teach young golfers on the game of golf as well as know the
proper rules and etiquette on golfing. Program is from 9am-12pm. Cost is $50 per
person, includes meal. Register at the CYS Services Parent Central Services located
inside Bldg. 470, Office 1126. For more information call 329-4770.
Additional Date:
July 14 & 21 – 9am-12pm



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July 9                       COMMANDER‟S GOLF SCRAMBLE
Are you up for a little friendly competition? Bring friends, co-workers, or battle buddies
for Piney Valley Golf Course‘s Commander‘s Golf Scramble, with shot-gun beginning at
12pm. Cost is $140 per team (4 person), includes food and drinks. Register 3 days prior
to each event. AGFP will receive $10 cash rebate after event using their tournament
punch card. A $5 late fee will apply when you register after deadline. Commander Golf
Scramble is open to the public. For more information call 329-4770.
Additional Dates:
Aug 13/Sept 17/Oct 15

July 10                   SPLISH SPLASH
The Clarke Library‘s Super Summer Saturday theme is Splish Splash. Come out in your
swim wear and enjoy great stories, music and lots of water games. Check out our great
selections of Books, Movies, Video Games, Demonstrations, Puppets, Story Times,
Crafts, Art, Manga, Gaming, Anime, eBooks, eAudio, Tumble books, Netlibrary and so
much more! The Island Adventure continues with events all summer long, with the Beat
the Heat Summer Reading Finale on August 14. Summer reading program is FREE and
open to the public. For more information call 563-5857.
Event Dates:
July 24     9 - 10 am     Pirates & High Sea Survival
Aug 7       9 - 10 am     Something Fishy
Aug 14      1 - 4:30 pm Summer Reading Finale

July 10                     3-D ARCHERY CHALLENGE
The Outdoor Adventure Center will be hosting their Annual 3-D Archery challenge from
10:30am-4pm; registration will begin at 10am. Cost is $10 for adults and $5 for youth.
Test your capabilities in judging yardage and shot placement. Each participant will be
entered in a drawing for door prizes. The Outdoor Adventure Center is located in Bldg.
2290, FLW K Rd. For more information call 596-4223.
Additional Dates:
Aug 7

July 12                     HOUSE NEXT DOOR: T-SHIRT QUILT
Do you have collections of your old favorite T-shirts you don‘t want to get rid of? The
House Next Door will host an instructional class on how to make a T-shirt quilt. You will
learn how to use your favorite T-shirts in a new way. Join us at the House Next Door
from 9am-12pm. The House Next Door is located on 53 Young Street. Class is open to
Military I.D. holders. For more information call 596-0212 or 329-4616.

July 12-16                 WATER WEEK CAMP
The Pippin Youth Center is hosting a water week camp from 8am -4:30pm. Enjoy a
week of water activities such as swimming, canoeing, tubing, scuba diving, and a trip to
White Water in Branson. A non-refundable deposit is required. Camp is open to
registered youth in grades 6-12. For more information call 596-0209.

July 13                    SENIOR GOLF TOUR
The Piney Valley Golf Course will be hosting their annual Senior Tour, with shot gun
beginning at 9am. Cost is $20 per person for Advance Green Fees patrons (AGFP),
includes breakfast. Additional fees will apply for non-AGFP. Tour is open the public ages
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Valley Golf Course located on FLW 20, off Water Intake Rd. For more information call
329-4770.
Additional Dates:
Aug 17/Sept 14/Oct12

July 15-August 19          SKIES YOUTH AUTO CRAFT CLASS
The SKIES auto craft class is in session. Youths will learn to do a full liquid check, learn
about tires, brakes, tune-ups and to troubleshoot basic car problems. Class will take
place at the Auto Craft Shop located on Nebraska Avenue, Bldg. 1383. Youths must be
registered with the CYS Services. Open to youth ages 11-18 yrs. For more information
call 596-0200.
Auto Craft Class Schedule:
July class – 1-2:30pm
August class – 3:30-5pm

July 16                    L.O.R.A. BASS TOURNAMENT
Are you ready for some fishing? The Lake of the Ozarks Recreation Area (LORA) will be
hosting their annual Bass Tournament from 7 pm (or first safelight). Weigh-in is at 1 am.
Entry fee per boat is $40 and a $10 fee for Big Bass (optional). Stop by the Outdoor
Adventure Center or LORA for entry forms/rules. Open to the public. For more
information call 573-346-5673.
Tournament Dates:
Aug 13 7:30 pm / Weigh-in: 1:00am
Sept 18 7:00am / Weigh-in: 3:00pm
Oct 9     7:00 am / Weigh-in: 3:00pm

July 19-23                  PASSPORT TO MANHOOD CAMP
The Passport to Manhood Camp is a male-only camp; young men will learn life skills
such as auto maintaining, team building, weight lifting, paintball, archery, sailing, and a
trip to the World of Fun in Kansas City. Camp is open to registered youth in grades 6-12.
Camp is from 8am-4:30pm. A non-refundable deposit is required. For more information
call 596-0209.

July 19-22                SKIES SUMMER DANCE WORKSHOP: JAZZ/TAP
SKIES jazz and tap summer dance program is in session. Workshop will be held at the
Audie Murphy‘s Community Center located on Bldg. 7391; Buckeye Ave. Dance
workshop is open to kids in Grades Pre-K & up. For more information call 596-0200.
Jazz/Tap workshop schedule:
Pre-K: Tap/Jazz – 3pm
Kinder- 2nd: Tap – 4pm
Kinder-2nd: Jazz – 5pm
3rd & up: Tap – 6pm
3rd & Up: Jazz – 7pm

July 20                   COUPLES IN ARMS
The Army Community Service in cooperation with Operation Us and Forest Institute is
offering a FREE relationship enhancement seminar. Topics include communication,
working through forgiveness, commitment and more. Seminar will be held at the Army
Community Service located on Bldg. 486 in Room A. FREE refreshments and child care.
Register by July 6. Seminar is from 6-8pm. Open to all Military ID card holders. For more
information call 596-0212.


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Additional Date:
August 3, 10, 17

July 21                   HIRED! PARENT AND YOUTH ORIENTATION
The Pippin Youth Center is hosting a parent and youth orientation from 6-8pm. The
HIRED! Program is an apprenticeship program offered through the Child, Youth &
School Services that is designed to meet the workforce-preparation and secondary
education needs of eligible youths. This orientation is for the term that begins on
September 26. For more information call 596-0209.

July 24                     MILITARY LONG DRIVE
Drive long and win – Piney Valley Golf Course will host the 2010 Military Long Drive
Competition will be held July 24, 2pm – 5pm, following the USO Golf Tournament. Entry
fee is only $10.00 for 6 Balls, and you may enter multiple times depending on
availability. Local winner will receive an all expense paid trip which includes airfare, six
night hotel stay, ground transportation to and from Las Vegas McCarran Airport, one
round of golf and a chance to compete for the $10,000 grand prize. The Active Duty
Service Member who hits the longest qualified drive during the Military Division of the
RE/MAX Long Drive Championship will win $10,000 cash and be featured on the ESPN
coverage of the event.

Event is open to all branches of Active Duty, Reserve, National Guard, Retirees and
military family members 18 and older. For more information call 329-4770.

Local Installation Prizes
1st Place: All expense paid trip to compete in the preliminary round in Mesquite, NV.
2nd Place: $200 Pro Shop Gift Certificate
3rd Place: $100 Pro Shop Gift Certificate

July 24                    ARMY TEN MILER TIME TRIALS
Attention all Active Duty service members, come out and qualify during the time trials for
the Fort Leonard Wood Army Ten Miler Team. Time Trial will be held at 6am at the
Troop Trail. The fastest 8 runners will be picked to represent Fort Leonard Wood in the
Active Duty Mixed (men and women) category. The team will fly to Washington D.C. to
compete in this year‘s Army Ten Miler in October – entry fee, airline ticket, hotel and per
diem will be paid by DFMWR. Let‘s see who can run like the wind. For more information
call 596-7444.

July 24                    5 on 5 PAINTBALL CHALLENGE
Does your team have the metal to win this tournament? Test your combat skills as a
team at the Outdoor Adventure Center‘s paintball tournament. Cost is $20 per team.
Registration begins at 10 am; tournament begins at 11:30 am. Each team will be entered
in a drawing for door prizes and a plaque to 1st and 2nd place winner. Paintball challenge
is a great way to build Esprit de Corps and morale among team members. For more
information call 596-4223.
Additional Dates: Aug 21

July 25                    MISSOURI CONCEALED CARRY CLASS
The Outdoor Adventure Center will be hosting a concealed carry class from 8am-5pm.
Class will be an 8 hour instruction in acquiring a Missouri Concealed Carry Weapon
endorsement, including weapons qualification on the range. There is a $15 non-


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refundable registration fee paid to the Outdoor Adventure Center, $65 at the time of
class paid to the instructor. Class will be held at the Outdoor Adventure Center located
off FLW K Road. For more information call 596-4223.
Concealed Carry Permits (CCP), regardless of state of issuance, are not authorized or
recognized on Fort Leonard Wood. See FLW Reg 190-6 for transportation requirements
and authorized purposes.

July 26                   SOUTHERN SENIOR GOLF TOUR PRO/AM
The Piney Valley Golf Course is hosting a Southern Senior Golf Pro/Amateur
tournament. This is an 18-hole tournament will consist of 3 amateurs teamed up with a
member of the Southern Senior Professional Golf Tour. Each paid team (3 players) will
be paired with a randomly selected member of the Senior Tour. Cost is $225 per team;
fees MUST be paid and entered by July 25. Shot-gun begins at 11am. Tournament is
open to the public. For more information call 329-4770.

July 27                      HOUSE NEXT DOOR: COOKING CLASS
Want to try your hand at a cooking class? The House Next Door will host a cooking class
learning how to prepare a delicious recipe. Class is from 9am-11pm. Class is FREE and
open to all Military I.D. holders. The House Next Door is located on 53 Young Street. For
a supply list or more information call 329-4616 or 596-0212.

July 27                   HIRED WORKFORCE PREPARATION WORKSHOP
The HIRED! program is offering a FREE workforce preparation workshop for youth in
grades 6-12 from 9am-1:30pm at the Pippin Youth Center. Space is limited so reserve
your space today. Snacks will be provided. Workshop is open to youth registered with
the Child, Youth & School Services.
For more information call 596-0209.

July 27 or 29              TITANIC TEXAS HOLD „EM
Stay afloat or go down with the ship at the MWR Titanic Texas Hold'em Tournament
held July 27 & 29, at the Blackjack Bar & Grill. You can only play one night to qualify for
the finals on July 31. Check in is at 5:30pm and tournament is scheduled to get under
way at 6 p.m. Participation fee is $20, limited seating, great prizes available. Participants
must be ages 18 or older to compete. The tournament is open to authorized patrons and
guests. Registration continues through today at the Special Events Office in Building
1000 on South Dakota Avenue, at the Information, Ticketing and Registration office in
Building 100 at the Welcome Center, or online at www.mwrtickets.com. For more
information 596-6913.

July 29                  HOUSE NEXT DOOR: CUT AND TIE BLANKET
Learn the easy way to make a blanket that requires no sewing in this instructional class.
Class is FREE and open to all Military I.D. holders. Class is from 9am-11am at House
Next Door located on 53 Young Street. For more information call 329-4616 or 596-0212.

July 31-August 7           NATIONAL BOWLING WEEK
Join the Daugherty Bowling Center in celebration of National Bowling Week, come bowl
for a chance to win great prizes throughout the week and enjoy great food and beverage
specials at the Strike Zone. Also, on August 6 beginning midnight thru midnight of
August 7 join us to help set a new world record for most games bowled in a single day.
Games played on August 7 will be $1 per game / $1 shoe rental. For more information
call 596-1498.


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August 1- 20                REGISTRATION FOR SKIES YOUTH GOLF LESSONS
Register your youth for golf lessons beginning September 7. Youth will learn the history
of golf, proper golf etiquette, playing shots and more. Cost is $35 per participant.
Lessons will be offered on two day Tuesdays from 9am-10am or Wednesdays at 5-6pm
at the Piney Valley Golf Course. Child must be registered with CYS Services. Open to
youth ages 8-18 yrs. old. For more information call 596-0200.

August 2 – 6               EXPLORE MISSOURI CAMP
Let‘s explore the Show-Me state! In this day camp, youth will explore local explorations
of Missouri to include horseback riding in Vienna and a visit to Johnson Shut-Ins and
more; youth will also take a trip to St. Louis. Camp will be held at the Pippin Youth
Center from 8am-4:30pm. Youth must be registered with CYS Services to participate. A
non-refundable deposit is required. For more information call 596-0209.

August 2-Sept 4 TICKETS ON SALE FOR THE ARMY CONCERT TOUR -
                                  MIRANDA LAMBERT
Army FMWR and Fort Leonard Wood present the 2010 Army Concert Tour, hosted by
Fort Leonard Wood Family & MWR. Taking the stage September 4, at 58th
Transportation Motor Pool is Academy Country Music award winner Miranda Lambert
(Special Guest TBD).
Tickets on Sale for the 2010 Army Concert Tour go on sale August 2 at the MWR ITR
Office, located in the PX Mini Mall and online at www.mwrtickets.com
Concert will be held at 58th Trans Motor Pool. Gates open at 6pm/Show is at 7pm. Pre-
party activities will be held prior to the event. For more information call 596-0148.
Ticket Schedule:
August 2-7 – $20 ―Blitz Tickets‖ - Active Duty Service Members and Families
August 9-14 - $20 ―Blitz Tickets‖ – Available to everyone – open to the public
Aug 16-Sept 3 - $25 Advance Ticket Sales
September 4 - $30 at the gate

Festival seating, bring your lawn chairs. No outside Food or beverages, coolers,
cameras, recording devices, bags, pets. Concert held rain or shine. No refunds.

August 6                    FLW COMBATIVES TOURNEMENT
Bring your Game! Qualify for the All Army Combatives Tournament. Preliminary rounds
will be held at Davidson Fitness Center, August 2-6 and finals will be held 4:30 p.m., at
Gerlach Field. Service Members that compete in the finals of this event will be qualified
to train as a member of the MSCoE Combatives Team that will compete in the Army
Combatives Tournament at Fort Benning, Ga.
Competitors will fight in several different weight classes. Combatives stress discipline,
attention to detail, and forge a warrior spirit. The Army‘s latest development in hand to
hand fighting techniques reinforces skills necessary for Soldiers to dominate their
environment. The tournament is free to the public for viewing. All combative-qualified
active-duty permanent party men and women are eligible to participate. For more
information call SSG Baltazar 596-0979 or Todd Nelson 563-5127.

The rules for the tournament will follow the U.S. Army Combatives School Standard
Competition and Regulations document, dated March 20, 2007.




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August 9                HIRED! WORKFORCE PREPARATION WORKSHOP
The HIRED! program is offering a FREE workforce preparation workshop for youth in
grades 6-12 from 9am-1:30pm at the Pippin Youth Center. Space is limited so reserve
your space today. Snacks will be provided. Workshop is open to youth registered with
the CYS Services. For more information call 596-0209.

August 10                  OPERATION RISING STAR
Come out a VOTE for Fort Leonard Wood‘s next Operation Rising Star! Competition will
be held at the Pershing Community Center on starting at 6:30pm. Enjoy, great
entertainment, friendly competition, your vote can make the difference & help your Unit
or FRG win $300! 1st place-$500 and a chance to advance to the semi-finals live round,
2nd place-$250, 3rd place-$100, and Spirit Award-$300 for the Units/FRG. Contestants
must be Active Duty, National Guard or Reserve from any branch of Service, or a family
member eighteen years or older with valid military ID card.
For more information call 596-6913.
Additional Dates:
August 17 & 24

August 14                  AMAZING BASE
Get your team ready for The Amazing Base challenge. Join us for a day filled with fun
and challenges! Go from one post landmark to another completing activities and clues
along the way to get to your next destination via NON-motorized transportation. Teams
consist of 4 people, so grab your friends, co-workers, or family members to join you.
Cost is $10 per team. Check in time at 8:30 am, challenge begins at 9am. Sign up by
noon on August 11. Join us after at the Davidson Fitness Center for an after event bar-b-
cue. Event is open to the public.
For more information call 596-4359.

August 14          9th ANNUAL BEAT THE HEAT FINALE
Join us at the Clarke Library for the 9th Annual Beat the Heat Finale to the Library‘s
summer program from 1:00-4:30pm. Event is FREE. Enjoy a day of lots of fun
entertainment, games & tons of water provided by the dueling fire trucks of Fort Leonard
Wood/St. Robert, & many more. So come on out and join us for a fun, cool, wet &
exciting afternoon. For more information call 563-4113.

August 17                  HIRED! PARENT AND YOUTH ORIENTATION
The Pippin Youth Center is hosting a parent and youth orientation from 6-8pm. The
HIRED! Program is an apprenticeship program offered through the CYS Services that is
designed to meet the workforce-preparation and secondary education needs of eligible
youths. This orientation is for the term that begins on September 26. For more
information call 596-0209.

August 21                  KRICKET ALLEY IN CONCERT
The Kricket Alley Band will perform live at the Blackjack Bar & Grill in celebration of
Blackjack‘s 1 year ―reopening‖ celebration from 7:30pm to midnight. Enjoy the
celebration with great food, refreshing drinks, and games. Event is free, NO COVER
CHARGE, and open to the public. The Blackjack Bar & Grill is located inside the
Pershing Community Center on Piney Hills Drive. For more information call 329-2455.




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September 4 TICKETS ON SALE FOR THE ARMY CONCERT TOUR - MIRANDA
                                          LAMBERT
Army FMWR and Fort Leonard Wood present the 2010 Army Concert Tour, hosted by
Fort Leonard Wood Family & MWR. Taking the stage September 4, at 58th
Transportation Motor Pool is Academy Country Music award winner Miranda Lambert
(Special Guest TBD). With a delicate yet strong voice, an immense talent for writing
honest heartfelt songs, and girl-next-door beauty, Lambert has quickly become one of
country music‘s most respected young artists. Gates open at 6pm/Show is at 7pm. Pre-
party activities will be held prior to the event.
Tickets on Sale for the 2010 Army Concert Tour at the MWR ITR Office, located in the
PX Mini Mall and online at www.mwrtickets.com For more information call 596-0148.

Ticket Schedule
August 2-7 – $20 ―Blitz Tickets‖ - Active Duty Service Members and Families
August 9-14 - $20 ―Blitz Tickets‖ – Available to everyone – open to the public
Aug 16-Sept 3 - $25 Advance Ticket Sales
September 4 - $30 at the gate

Festival seating, bring your lawn chairs. No outside Food or beverages, coolers, cameras,
recording devices, bags, pets. Concert held rain or shine. No refunds.

ONGOING:

LAP SWIMMING at MWR POOLS
Wallace Recreational Pool:
Monday - Friday - 11:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m.

Davidson Fitness Center Indoor Military Training Pool:
Monday - Friday - 6:30 a.m. -7:30 a.m. / 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. / 4:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Saturdays - 8:00 a.m.- 8:00 p.m.
Sunday - 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

MARTIAL ARTS REGISTRATION
The SKIES American Taekwondo Association Martial Arts Program is accepting
registration. Classes are for children ages 3 and up. The program has two class options:
$35/month meeting once a week (Mondays or Wednesdays) or $65/month meeting twice
a week (Monday and Wednesday). The program is running a special on start up fee of
$75 (reg. $159). Classes will be held at the Audie Murphy‘s Community Center. Classes
will begin on March 2. Family discounts available. Child must be registered with CY&S.
Register at Central Enrollment Registry office in Bldg. 470, Rm. 1126.
For more information call 596-0238.

SKIESUNLIMITED INSTRUCTOR RECRUITMENT
The SKIES Program is recruiting local community members to serve as instructors.
Earn some extra income and spread your knowledge while helping children, infants thru
ages 18. Topics include, but are not limited to academic tutoring, arts and crafts,
cooking, sewing, performing arts, chess, painting and more. Please contact the SKIES
Unlimited Office, located in Bldg. 470, Suite 1102.
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YOGA, TENNIS & TUTOR INSTRUCTORS NEEDED
The Child, Youth & School Service SKIES Unlimited program is seeking a public or
private firm(s) interested in conducting Teen Yoga classes, Intermediate Tennis lessons,
or Tutoring classes for elementary thru high school classes. If you are interested in
exploring this project please contact: Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Command, Ms. Sheryl Johnson (703) 696-7055.

YOUTH SPORTS COACH
Make a difference in the life of a child and be a youth sports coach for the
following sports:
Spring/Soccer – March to May                       Baseball/Softball – May to July
Flag Football – Aug to Oct                         Fall Soccer – Aug to Oct
Basketball – Nov to Feb                            Cheerleading – Aug to Oct / Nov to Feb
Track & Field – March to May
For more information call 596-0209.

REC PLEX – SEASONAL (APRIL-NOVEMBER)
Rec Plex offers an 18-hole Miniature Golf Course, an outdoor pool complete with slide
and a spray park. The pool house also offers Party rooms for your birthday,
Organizational, and Unit parties. For more information call 596-0843.

FULL SEASON (MEMORIAL DAY-LABOR DAY)
Pool - Open Daily 12:00 noon-7:00 pm
Mini Golf – Open Daily 12:00 noon -9:00 pm
PRICE
Mini golf - $5.00 for adults (16 yrs and up)
            $3.00 for Children (5-15 yrs. old)
            FREE – 4 yrs. & Under

AUTO CRAFT SHOP                                        MWR FRAME SHOP

596-0243                                               596-0242
Wed & Thurs 10am-6pm                                   Custom and self help framing
Friday 12pm-8pm                                        M-F 9am-7pm
Sat & Sun 10am-6pm                                     Sat 10am -3pm

TEEN LOUNGE                                            PIPPIN YOUTH CENTER

596-0209                                               596-0209
Grades 9-12                                            Grades 6-8
Open: Mon-Thurs. - 2:30pm-7pm                          Open: Mon-Fri - 2:30-7pm
Fri - 2:30-9pm / Sat - Noon-10pm                       Sat - Noon-10pm
Computer Lab – Open                                    OPEN REC
Non school weekdays open at noon except holidays.      Computer/Homework Lab

INFORMATION TICKETING AND REGISTRATION (ITR)
Discounted Tickets - M-F 8am–5pm
Local & National Discount Tickets / Cruises / Book Flights
Bldg 490, (Old PX) (573) 329-TKTS
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The Information, Ticketing and Registration Office (ITR) sell‘s discounted tickets for local
and national attractions. Authorized users include active and retired military and their
families, Reserves/National Guard, civilian employees and contractor personnel working
on Ft. Leonard Wood. Hours of operations are Monday-Friday 8:30am-5:00pm. Buy
tickets online at www.mwrtickets.com. For more information call 329-TKTS (8587).

ITR OFFICE OFFERS B&B THEATER TICKETS
Fort Leonard Wood ITR Office has B&B Movie Theater tickets for only $6.00! Any Movie
- Any time - Waynesville and Lebanon theaters. Stop by the ITR Office at Bldg 490 to
pick yours up today!

DAVIDSON FITNESS CENTER EQUIPMENT ORIENTATION
Make the most of your workouts; learn how to properly use the cardio and strength
equipment. Free 30-Minute Equipment Orientations will be held at the Davidson Fitness
Center and Specker Gym Monday at 9am and Thursday at 6pm. For more information
call 596-4359.

BONANZA BINGO (24 number bingo)
Single Player Hand Held Device can be played at the Daugherty Bowling Center and
Blackjack Bar & Grill. Payouts under $500 paid out directly to customer. Ask Staff for
details!

BLACKJACK BAR & GRILL
     Blackjack Bar and Grill Hours of Operation: Tuesday and Wednesday 4:30-10pm
                 Thursday 4:30pm-11:30pm / Friday 4:30pm-1am / Saturday 6-10pm

Blackjack HAPPY HOUR Tuesday-Friday 5:00-7:00pm and Saturday 6-8pm
$1.25 draft domestic beer, $5 Pitcher. Also receive %25 off nightly food special (prices
reflect discount).

Karaoke Wednesdays - with Mid Missouri Entertainment from 7-11pm. FREE
admission will be offered to all authorized patrons. For more information call 329-2455.

RIGHT ARM NIGHT /BOSS‟ NIGHT – WILL BE IN CONJUCTION WITH THE CG
MIXER.
Blackjack Bar & Grill opens at 4pm. Happy hours from 5pm-7pm. FREE appetizers plus
prizes and giveaways!

Blackjack Lunch - Every Tuesday-Friday from 11am-1pm.
Serving Tuesday-Friday from 11am-1pm. Enjoy a relaxing lunch in an enjoyable
environment. Open to the public.

MORELLI HEIGHTS BAR & GRILL Happy Hour Tues.-Thurs. 5-8pm / Fri.-Sat. 5-
10pm
$1.25 draft domestic beer, $5 pitcher. Also receive 25% off nightly food special (prices
reflect discount).

ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS)
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      The Fort Leonard Wood ACS is fully accredited and provides numerous
     supportive, informational, educational, and networking opportunities. All
  activities are held at Building 486, the ACS Center unless otherwise indicated.
 ACS will reimburse childcare expenses incurred for class participation. Parents
are responsible for making reservations and ensuring their children are registered
               at Child, Youth and School Services (CYSS) 596-0238.

FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM

PARENTING FROM THE HEART: A six-week parenting class held Mondays beginning
12 July 2010 from 1130-1300. Explore different parenting styles; learn age appropriate
discipline strategies, and effective communication techniques.

BUNDLES OF JOY: A six week class for new and expecting parents. Topics include;
Bonding, Swaddling, Child Proofing, and Budgeting for the New Addition. The next
session starts 12 July 2010 from 1330-1530.

COUPLES IN ARMS: In cooperation with Operation US, ACS is offering a five week
couples workshop. Topics include: Talk Without Fighting, Support Your Relationship,
and Build a Relationship That Lasts. Workshops are held in Bldg 486. The next session
begins 20 July 2010.

PLAY MORNING: Held every Monday morning except holidays from 1000-1100 in the
gym at Pippin Youth Center on Young Street. Children between the ages of newborn
and five years are eligible. Parents and children interact with each other as well as other
children and their parents.

BRIGHT START (PLAY GROUP): Every Tuesday and Thursday morning from 1000-
1100. Children between the ages of newborn and three years are eligible. The children
will enjoy hands on activities and interaction with other children.

FAMILY VIOLENCE PREVENTION CLASSES are available for Family Readiness
Groups. Topics include: Identifying and Reporting Suspected Abuse, Preventing and
Responding to Family Abuse (spouse, intimate partner, child), and Stress and Anger
Management.

EXCEPTIONAL FAMILY MEMBER PROGRAM

AUTISM SUPPORT GROUP will hold their monthly meeting at 1730 on 13 July.

MUSIC GROUP FOR CHILDREN WITH AUTISM: Use of music therapy to improve
communication and socialization for children with Autism. Family members are
welcome. The group meets at 1730 every Thursday.
BASICS: In partnership with National Alliance of Mental Illness (NAMI), ACS is offering
a six week educational workshop for parents or caregivers of a child or adolescent who
has been diagnosed with a brain disorder. Topics include: Crisis Identification and
Intervention Techniques, Real Life Situations and Solutions, and Coping Skills. Classes
will begin in early fall.

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RESUME WRITING MADE SIMPLE: Participants will have the opportunity to learn how
to create a simple resume in the correct format and to identify the important key skills
that will help them get into the job market. The next classes will be conducted on 7 July
& 2 August 2010, 0900-1030, Bldg 2100.

MARKETING YOUR SKILLS IN THE WORKFORCE: This session will provide
participants the opportunity to identify how to market their knowledge, skills, interests
and abilities in a tight job market to get the job they are seeking. This class will meet on
Friday, 16 July 2010, 0900 – 1100.

DRESS FOR SUCCESS: This class will instruct participants on how to dress for the
initial interview in order to get the job they want and the ‗do‘ and ‗don‘ts‖ on dressing
properly in the work place. This class will be held on Friday, 23 July 2010, 0900 – 1100.

INTERVIEWING TECHNIQUES: This session offers participants the opportunity to
experience an interview in a ―mock‖ setting. Interview strengths and weaknesses are
discussed with each participant following the interview session. This session will be held
on 27 July 2010, 0900-1030.

GOAL SETTING: This class will show participants how to better understand the
process of developing goals that can be utilized to throughout their career in the
workforce and how to apply goals to other areas of their lives. This class will be held on
Friday, 30 July 2010, 0900 – 1030.

NETWORKING: This session offers participants the opportunity to learn how to network
to get the jobs they are seeking. This class will be held on Friday, 6 August 2010, 0900-
1030.

CAREER EXPLORATION: The Career Exploration class allows participants the
opportunity to engage in discussion to better understand the process of developing a
career plan by assessing career goals, skills and abilities to make an ordinary job into a
satisfying career. Come and explore your career options on Friday, 20 August 2010,
0900 – 1030.

 APPLICATIONS & COVER LETTERS: This class will show participants things the
employer looks for on job applications and how to write a cover letter in the correct
format to gets the employer‘s attention in order to get that right job. This class will be
held on Friday, 27 August 2010, 0900-1100.

RELOCATION READINESS PROGRAM

NEWCOMER‟S ORIENTATION: Newcomer‘s provides information about the post and
surrounding area every 3rd Wednesday of the month, except December. Join us on
21 July or 18 August for Newcomer‘s Orientation at Pershing Community Center, 0830-
1230. Spouses are highly encouraged to attend! Meet us back at the Pershing
Community Center at 1300 for a tour of post, Tour de Fort, and the surrounding area.
Free childcare is available. Please call 596-0212 for childcare information and further
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COUNTRY SPECIFIC OVERSEAS ORIENTATIONS: Going overseas? ACS now
offers weekly Country Specific Orientations for Alaska, Germany, Korea, and Hawaii.
Please call for further details.

TOUR DE FORT: Provides an informational tour of Fort Leonard Wood. Reservations
can be made by calling the Relocation Readiness Office.

INDIVIDUAL PCS PLANNING: One-on-one consultation for anyone needing assistance
planning their move. Receive information on housing, budgeting, jobs, finance, moving
with children, general moving preparation, and many other moving related topics.
FOREIGN BORN SPOUSE SUPPORT: Whether your question concerns immigration
and naturalization or learning the English language, the Relocation Readiness Office
provides assistance.

SPONSORSHIP TRAINING: Sponsorship training is offered to units upon request. A
good sponsor can make the difference between smooth transitions and bad
experiences.

HEARTS APART: Offers support for waiting Families by linking Family members and
children with other Families who are left behind due to the sponsor‘s mission
requirements. Spouses have the opportunity to informally meet others in the same
situation, share information and fun activities with each other, learn from experts on a
wide range of topics how to more easily manage the time apart and cope with stress.

OVERSEAS ORIENTATION: Mandatory for AIT Service members prior to clearing Fort
Leonard Wood for Permanent Change of Station overseas. Speakers provide beneficial
knowledge on necessary topics to decrease difficulties in adjusting to the overseas
relocation. Upon completion, all AIT Service members are provided an AG Overseas
Orientation Clearance form, FLW Form 1493. Service members are required to have
this form prior to clearing Fort Leonard Wood for Permanent Change of Station
overseas. Overseas Orientations are every Thursday and can be scheduled by
contacting the Relocation Readiness Office, 596-0212. AIT units should schedule an
orientation no later than three weeks prior to graduation to preclude scheduling conflicts.

WELCOME PACKETS: We provide packets for any installation requested. Welcome
Packets provide information about the installation along with important contact numbers.

LOAN CLOSET: For Service members with Family members on PCS orders, basic
household items are available to borrow while you are in transition. Typical items
include pots and pans, dishes, silverware, irons, ironing boards, sleeping pads, port-a-
cribs, high chairs, and infant/toddler car seats.

FINANCIAL READINESS PROGRAM

BUDGET AND BANK ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT: Designed for those interested in
managing their finances in a more proactive way. Learn how to prepare and follow a
monthly budget, develop a spending plan, manage a checking or debit card account, see
how to handle basic debt and credit considerations, and participate in hands-on
practices and scenarios. The next classes will be held on 6 July and 3 August from
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MONEY & THE MOVE: Learn ways to plan and prepare to be financially ready for your
PCS move. Information on developing spending plans, entitlements, travel costs, weight
allowances, movers, etc. are all included in this presentation. The next classes will be
held 7July and 4 August from 0830-0930.

FIRST TERMER‟S FINANCIAL READINESS COURSE: An experiential presentation
about all aspects of money management including spending plans, credit/debt
management, online banking, basic investing, and many other financial topics. First
Termer‘s is a mandatory class for E-1 through E-4 upon entry into the Armed Services
IAW AR 600-20 and AR 608-1. The next classes will be held on 13 July and 10 August
from 0800-1600.

CREDIT AND DEBT MANAGEMENT: Everything you want and need to know about
credit management, debt reduction, credit reports, credit scores, and how to use credit.
The next classes are 20 July and 17 August from 1130-1230.

SAVING AND INVESTING: Designed for those interested in consistent saving and
ways to invest their finances. Discussions about TSP, IRAs, saving plans, and other
methods. The next classes will be held on 27 July and 24 August 1130-1230.

CAR BUYING: A class for those who are planning to buy a car, used or new. What to
look for in price comparisons, CARFAX, negotiating, paying sales tax in Missouri,
warranties, etc. The next class will be held on 13 July and 10 August 2010, 1400-1500.

CONSUMER AFFAIRS & ISSUES: Information about scams, identity theft, steps you
can take to avoid it, laws that protect consumers, and resources to help protect you.
The next class is scheduled 31 August 2010, 1130-1230. Contact Casey Morris or
Angela Steidley at 596-0212 for more information.

HOME BUYING: For those thinking about buying a home, what to look for and ask for
from prices, market trends, negotiations, inspections, warranties, foreclosures and bank
properties, to moving day and beyond. Contact ACS at 596-0212 for reservations or
information.

PERSONAL FINANCIAL COUNSELING: This is another DOD program that augments
support being provided by Army Community Service and chaplains. Our Soldiers and
Family members have identified financial issues as being one of the top issues of
concern. In addition to individual/family counseling, the PFC also provides briefings to
units, Family Readiness Groups and other organizations. These briefings enhance the
knowledge /awareness of the services available to commanders, Soldiers, and Family
members.

ARMY FAMILY TEAM BUILDING (AFTB) PROGRAM: Level I courses provide training
on basic military concepts, introduction into Family Readiness Groups, financial
readiness, problem solving, and much more! Level II expands on the skills developed
from Level I training with such skills as how to manage deployment stress, communicate
effectively, and develop personal skills that will make you an asset to any organization.
Level III focuses on professional growth, identifying strengths and weaknesses, and
building on the positive attributes that will make you an effective leader.

Level I Day                      6 July, 0830-1630, USO


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Level II Evening                   12-15 July, 1730-2200, Truman Ed Center
Level III Day                      20-22 July, 0900-1500, ACS Bldg 486
Level I Evening                    27-29 July, 1730-2030, ACS Bldg 486
Level I Day                        3 August, 0830-1630, USO
Level II Day                       10-12 August, 0900-1500, Truman Ed Center
Level III Evening                  16-19 August, 1730-2230, Bldg 486

ARMY FAMILY ACTION PLAN (AFAP) allows Service members, Retirees, Civilians,
and Family members to say what is working and what is not. AFAP is your opportunity
to improve the well-being of the local and global military community. Submit an issue
online at http://www.fortleonardwoodmwr.com/acs_afap_forms.htm

MOBILIZATION AND DEPLOYMENT SUPPORT: Offers support and assistance to
Service members, civilians and their Families throughout the deployment cycle.

Family Readiness Group Leader Training: Family Readiness Group Leader training
will be conducted on Tuesday, 20 July, 0900-1500 and Tuesday, 17 August, 0900-1500.
The training will cover FRG basics as well as regulations, communication, key callers,
managing funds, volunteers, etc. If you are a new FRG Leader or feel as if you need a
refresher course, please call 596-0212 to sign-up.

Rear Detachment Commander Training: This training focuses on Family readiness,
specifically the leadership role and issues involved in taking care of Families in different
circumstances. The next training will be held 3 August, 0900-1200.

ARMY VOLUNTEER CORPS (AVC) PROGRAM: The AVC Program promotes and
strengthens volunteerism by uniting community volunteer efforts. A multitude of
volunteer opportunities are available. Those interested in participating in Make A
Difference Day in October please contact ACS.

VMIS Training: Volunteer Information Management System (VMIS) training is held the
first Friday of each month at 0800 inside Clarke Library. Volunteers and volunteer
supervisors will learn how to become active users of the system, how to apply for
positions, and how to manage and track volunteer activities.

MILITARY & FAMILY LIFE CONSULTANT (MFLC) PROGRAM: This is a DOD
program offering immediate support and short term situational problem solving
counseling. Consultants address deployment/ mobilization and reintegration issues that
affect Service members and their Families. They also address any other issues that
include stress management, coping skills, relationship problems, parent/child concerns,
conflict resolution, communication, and loss and grief. Consultations are free and
confidential. No records are kept. After-hour and weekend appointments are available
and group, on or off-site meetings can be arranged. Psycho-educational presentations
are available. A list of these presentations is available upon request. Email:
lwmflc@gmail.com. Phone numbers: 573-212-0739, 573-855-3283, 573-855-3269 or
call ACS at 573-596-0212. Fort Leonard Wood has an embedded MFLC position in the
4th MEB. The phone number is 573-979-7838.

SURVIVOR OUTREACH SERVICE PROGRAM: The intent of this comprehensive
program is to ensure continued support as needed and desired by eligible Family
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following areas: Army benefits, financial counseling, grief counseling and support
services, estate planning, will preparation, probate planning, assistance in the
preparation of estate related tax documents, and life skills education. We continuously
strive to provide the highest quality of services to our Surviving Family members of fallen
Warriors. As such, we want to provide information on the SOS program in your area.
We stand ready to serve you and answer your questions. Please contact Jodeen
Carmack or Mark Dunlop at 596-0212 or jodeen.carmack@us.army.mil or
mark.dunlop1@us.army.mil.

2010 Survivors‟ Memory Quilt: The Fort Leonard Wood SOS Program will unveil its
first annual project, the ―2010 Survivor‘s Memory Quilt‖, during the Installation
Independence Day Celebration. The quilt is sewn together with love and care by
survivors, volunteers, and members of the community to honor the memories of Service
members who have died.

SOLDIER FAMILY ASSISTANCE CENTER: The Soldier Family Assistance Center
(SFAC) sponsors mutual support, a welcoming environment, and healing for Warriors in
Transition (WTs) and their Families by providing the best social, financial, educational,
personal, and pastoral services available. Their efforts are aimed at fostering dignity
and independence, enabling the WTs in their transition back to duty or to service as a
vital member of the community. Art Classes are offered every Tuesday at 1400 at the
Piney Estates Community Center.

THE HOUSE NEXT DOOR offers a variety of FREE classes and services to all military
ID card holders. (*) Star classes require registration one week prior to the beginning of
class. All classes are held at 53 Young Street, unless otherwise specified.

                                   June 2010 Classes:

Crafty Bingo/Crafty Wednesday, 2, 9, & 16 June 2010: Come join the fun of Crafty
Bingo and Crafty Wednesday. Please bring any craft items for grab bags. Leave each
class with a completed craft item for yourself or as a gift for others. Learn new skills that
can be applied to other crafts. Call for more information.

Plastic Canvas, Thursday, 3 June 2010: This session is for the beginner crafter and
will teach you how to take a piece of plastic canvas and make something useful for
yourself and your home. Teaching supplies are provided for in-house use only.

Crochet, Monday, 7 June & Thursday, 24 June 2010: Teaching supplies are provided
for in-house use only.

*Cooking Class, Tuesday, 8 June 2010: Interested in learning how to prepare a
delicious recipe? Call to sign up and get a supply list.

Open Day, Thursday, 10 June 2010 and Monday, 21 June 2010: We have left these
days ―OPEN” for interested individuals to come in, ask questions, or work on projects.

*Game Day, Monday, 14 June 2010: Join us for board game fun all morning long!
Embroidery, Tuesday, 15 June 2010: If needlework is something you have always
wanted to try, join our Embroidery Class! You will learn how to take something simple
and make it a work of art.


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Latch Hook, Thursday, 17 June 2010: Come learn to do Latch Hook. We will be using
a purchased kit. Call for more info and supply list.

*No Sew Fabric Web, Tuesday & Wednesday, 22 & 23 June 2010: We are creating a
4th of July banner. Join us for this interesting class! Call to obtain a supply list.

*Fabric Art, Monday & Tuesday, 28 & 29 June 2010: We will be creating fabric art on
T-shirts. Join in on this enjoyable class! Please call to obtain a supply list.

Unfinished Project/Potluck, Wednesday, 30 June 2010: If you have a project that
never seems to get finished or you are not sure how to complete it, today is a day for
you. The HND instructors will be on hand to offer advice and answer questions.

Gowns Galore: Ball gowns and dresses of various styles and sizes are available for
loan free of charge. Do not miss attending a function just because you think you don‘t
have something to wear. Donations of gowns and dresses are always welcome. Call
329-4616 or 596-0212 for more information.

Free Yard Sale – The first Tuesday of every month: A variety of clothes, dishes,
pots, pans, shoes, toys etc. are offered FREE to all military ID card holders and their
Family members. Look for the advertised day to take advantage of the free items.
Donations are accepted Monday through Thursday at 53 Young Street, 0900-1100, or at
ACS from 0730 to 1630. Large items cannot be accepted due to limited space.

CHILD, YOUTH & SCHOOL (CYS) SERVICES
POC: 596-0200

Children utilizing the Child Development Center (CDC) must be registered with CYS
Services. The CDC is open Monday-Friday and is closed weekends and federal
holidays. The full day program operates from 0530-1730 Monday thru Friday. The
hourly care program operates from 0800-1700 Monday thru Friday. The part day
preschool three-day program operates Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 1230-
1530 and Strong Beginnings operates Monday thru Friday from 0830-1130.

Children participating in Family Child Care (FCC) activities must be enrolled at a certified
FCC provider‘s home.

Children participating in School Age Services (SAS) activities must be enrolled at SAS
with the exception of Open Recreation that is offered two Saturdays per month. Children
wishing to participate in Open Recreation must be registered with CYS Services, but are
not required to be enrolled at SAS. Open Recreation is open to children from 1st through
5th grade. Open Recreation is a free program.

Youth participating in Pippin Youth Center (PYC) activities must be registered with CYS
Services. These activities are open to preteens and teens from 6th through 12th grade.
Youth interested in participating in any of these clubs or activities may contact the center
for more information to find out about the wide variety of activities that are available and
the procedures for signing up for any of the programs that they may be interested in.
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Through our participation in the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Child
and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), the center offers Parent‘s Choice Infant Ready
to Feed Formula with Lipids and Iron; available for infants through 11 months old if
parents choose to participate. The CDC also offers commercially prepared infant food or
ground food prepared by our kitchen staff to all children who are not yet eating table
food. Infant Feeding Plans are available at the CDC to be completed to inform the staff
of the food your child has been introduced to. As always, children over the age of one
year will also be supplied with all of their nutritional needs while they are at the center.
For more information on these programs, please contact the center.

Deployment Discounts/Services: Deployment Respite Care is available for children
registered with CYS Services whose parent/sponsor is deployed, on TCS, PCS or TDY
(90-179 days) orders or a Service Member of the deployed unit. Sixteen free hours of
care is available per month, per child, during the deployment. A copy of the Service
Member‘s orders must be provided. The CDC opens twice a month for this service. For
the month of July the center will be open on the 11th from 1200-1600 and the 23rd from
1800-2200. A snack will be provided for the children. This service may be utilized by
other patrons whose children are registered for hourly care. The normal cost of hourly
care ($3.50 for the first child, $3.15 for additional children, and $2.50 for children in the
Tier I Category) will apply; payment must be made in advance. Reservations are
required and may be made up to two weeks in advance. Care is available for children 6
weeks through the 5th grade. Due to space limitations, paid reservations may be
bumped to make room for deployed Service Member‘s reservations. If this should occur,
advance payments will be refunded.

Family Readiness Group (FRG) childcare is a partnering event between CYS Services
and Army Community Service (ACS). There is free childcare service two nights per
month for any FRG member who would like to utilize the service to attend an FRG
meeting. To utilize the service your child must be registered with CYS Services and
reservations must be made no later than 1200 the week before the date of the opening.
The FRG childcare dates for July will be the 1st and the 6th from 1800-2030.

CYS Services are also giving deployment fee discounts to children registered with CYS
Services whose parent/sponsor is deployed or a Service Member of the deployed unit.
Offsets to fees may be given as follows: 1) Waiver of CYS Services registration fee, 2)
15% discount reduction for regularly scheduled full/part day fees, 3) $2.00 per hour rate
beyond the free respite care hours, 4) $100 for team or individual sports, 5) $300 for
SKIESInstructional Programs. To receive the discount, deployment orders must be
presented to Parent Central Services upon registration, or if your child or children are
already registered, you must make an appointment to rewrite your present contract and
present the deployment orders at this time; however, rewriting the contract does not
extend the date of your contract (it will still expire on the original date). Call 573-596-
0238/0421 to inquire about eligibility for benefits.

Parent Participation Points (PPP): For parent with children enrolled in the CDC, SAS, or
an FCC home, there are a variety of ways to earn PPP. These points can add up to a
monthly 10% discount on your childcare fees. Check with your program or provider for
more information on this program.




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The Skate Park is open at PYC. The hours of operation are the same as the center, but
the Skate Park closes at dusk, or 1900, whichever comes sooner. The park is open to
youth 1st through 12th grade. 1st through 5th graders must be accompanied by a parent.
All youth using the park must be registered with CYS Services and must sign in at PYC
prior to using the park. Safety equipment, i.e. helmet and kneepads, is required. Some
safety equipment is available at the center.

PYC will open at 1430 on weekdays. On non-school days and Saturday, the center will
open at 1200. Regular hours for the center when school is in session are Monday
through Friday from 1430-1900, and on Saturday 1200-1900 for Open Recreation. The
Teen Lounge is open Monday through Thursday from 1430-1900, Friday from 1430-
2100, and Saturday from 1200-2200.

Youth Sports: Contact Parent Central Services, Bldg. 470, Room 1126 for potential
openings.

Information from the School Liaison Officer (SLO):
POC: AnnMarie

Waynesville School District Key Dates:

First Day of School for 2010-2011 school year starts August 12, 2010.

Other Important Info:

MOCA Back-to-School Fair
Missouri Ozarks Community Action (MOCA) will hold its annual back to school fair on
July 29th at the St. Robert Community Center from 1pm-6pm. Students in grades
Kindergarten through High School are eligible to attend. Parent/guardian must
accompany student to receive school supplies. Parent must also be able to provide
Social Security Numbers for all members of the household. Total family annual income
will also be requested; parents do not need to provide proof of income but must be able
to give an estimate. Registration is required to participate in this event; families may
register either at the event or at the MOCA office. Contact Mary or Beck at 573-774-
2156 for additional information.

New Immunization Requirements:

Recent changes have been made to the Missouri state immunization requirements for
school age children. Students are required to have the following:

-All K-12 students to obtain Hepatitis B immunizations (a series of three shots) which
must be completed or in progress when school begins.

-Students entering Kindergarten must have received two doses of the varicella (chicken
pox) vaccine or to show documentation of proof of the disease.

-First through fifth grade students to have completed one dose of varicella (chicken pox)
immunization or to show documentation of proof of the disease.




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-All incoming eighth graders to have completed the Tdap vaccine before enrolling, if they
have completed the childhood DTaP/DTP vaccination series and have not had a Td
booster within the last two years.

Please contact the Ft. Leonard Wood Immunization Clinic at 596-1768 or the Pulaski
County Health Department in Crocker, MO at 573-736-2217 for more information or to
arrange for your child to receive his or her vaccinations.

New Student Registration Dates and Requirements:

Waynesville School District has designated Tuesday, August 3, Wednesday, August 4,
and Thursday, August 5 as new student enrollment dates. Students in grades kinder
through twelve who live within school district boundaries including on post housing,
should enroll in the building assigned for their residence location.

New students should bring the following to enroll: a registered birth certificate, proof of a
comprehensive physical examination completed within the last twelve months, shot
record, last grade card, any other information available from previous school.

Previously Enrolled Students:
Students who attended any of the Waynesville schools in May of 2010 have already
been pre-enrolled and do not need to re-register for the upcoming school year. If your
address, phone number, or emergency contact has changed since the 2009-2010 school
year, contact your child‘s school to ensure that they have accurate information on file.

Missouri Kindergarten and First Grade Entry Requirements:
According to MO law, a child is eligible for admission to kindergarten if the child reaches
the age of five before the first day of August 2010 or if the child is a military dependent
who has successfully completed a state accredited pre-kindergarten program or has
attended a state accredited kindergarten program in another state. Parents must provide
proof of program completion and state accreditation.

To be eligible to enter first grade, children must reach the age of six prior to August 1,
2010, or if the child is a military dependent who has successfully completed a state
accredited kindergarten program in another state. Any child who successfully completed
kindergarten in an out-of-state school accredited by the state, or a Missouri accredited
urban or metropolitan school, will meet the age requirement for entrance into grade one.

Free Sports Physicals:
St John‘s Clinic in St. Robert will provide free physicals for students participating in
sports at Waynesville High School or Waynesville Middle School for the 2010-2011
seasons. The dates are as follows: August 3 (last names A-H), August 4 (last names I-
P), August 5 (last names Q-Z) and times are from 500pm until 630pm on each day. A
parent signature will be needed on the form or a parent must be present for the exam.

SKIESUnlimited Information:

Piano & Guitar:
30 Minute Private Lessons $55, Hour Long Group Lessons $43.

Martial Arts:


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Lessons are currently in session, meeting Monday and Wednesday evenings at AMCC.
Classes offered – One time a week for $35 per month or two times a week for $65 per
month. Also, start-up fee is now $75 (regular price, $159).

Bowling:
July 6 – August 11. 6-11 Years on Tuesdays from 1pm – 3pm, and 12-18 Years on
Wednesday‘s from 1pm - 3pm. Cost is $42 per participant. Learn about the history and
rules of bowling as well a skills and techniques to become a better bowler.

Swimming:
June 7 – August 13. For ages 6 months and up, cost is $15 a week for Level 1 classes
or $30 for two week sessions for Levels 2-6. Come to Parent Central Services in Bldg.
470, Room 1126 for the schedule.

Archery:
July 6-29. For ages 10-18, cost is $50 for 4 weeks / 2 lessons a week. Classes are on
Tuesday‘s and Thursday‘s from 10 am – 12 pm at the Outdoor Adventure Center. Learn
basic fundamentals of the recurve bow and identifying bows. Learn to draw length and
the proper weight to use, how to determine distance and recognize what a safe shot is,
as well as shot placement and scoring a shot.

Tennis:
July 22 – 26 August. For children ages 6-16 years. Thursday‘s from 4:30-5:30 pm,
Saturday‘s from 10:00-11:00am or 10:15-11:15am, cost is $55 for a 6-week session.
This is a beginner class only. Students will learn serving, hitting and score keeping
through drills and match play. Participants must provide their own racket.

Summer Dance Workshop:
July 19-22. Jazz & Tap, cost is $35. Pre-K: Jazz/Tap is at 3 pm. Kinder – 2nd: Tap is at
4pm. Kinder – 2nd: Jazz is at 5pm. 3rd and up: Tap is at 6pm. 3rd and up: Jazz is at
7pm.

Auto Craft Class:
July 15 – August 19. For ages 11-18. Cost is $40 for 6 week session. July class is from
1pm - 2:30 pm. August class is from 3:30 pm - 5 pm. Learn how to do a full liquid
check, all about tires, brakes, tune-ups, and how to troubleshoot basic car problems.

SKIESUnlimited program is recruiting for community members like you to join our team,
sharing your knowledge and skills with the children and youth of the Ft. Leonard Wood
Community. Starting with, but not limited to: academic tutoring, arts & crafts, drawing &
painting, auto skills, robotics, engineering, scrap booking, cooking, foreign language
instruction, baby massage, baby sign, and the list goes on. Please contact Starla
Roberts if you are interested in working as an independent contractor with the
SKIESUnlimited program; earn extra money in your spare time and expand the horizons
of local children and youth.

Children must be registered with Child, Youth & School (CYS) Services to enroll in any
SKIESUnlimited program. Be on the lookout for more SKIES programs as they come
available. Please contact Starla with questions, 596-0200.

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The EDGE program offers out-of-school enrichment opportunities for children and youth
(grades 1-12) to experience, develop, grow, and excel by participating in cutting-edge
art, fitness, life skills and adventure activities, known as Art EDGE!, Fit EDGE!, Life
EDGE! and Adventure EDGE!

Art EDGE! Promotes learning-by-doing and focuses on the development of lifetime skills
through exposure to the arts. Art EDGE! Activities increase creative development while
building self-esteem.

Fit EDGE! Educates and encourages children and youth to incorporate a healthier
lifestyle through physical activity and nutritional awareness programs.

Life EDGE! Imparts upon children and youth the skills needed for life-long growth as well
as the exploration of future career fields.

Adventure EDGE! encourages children and youth to embrace the outdoors and nature
while being exposed to activities that stimulate relaxation.

The EDGE! Framework provides the Army's Child, Youth & School (CYS) Services
extracurricular enrichment options in Family and Morale, Welfare & Recreation (FMWR)
program settings for youth of military and DOD civilians.
Middle School/Teen Edge! packages offered in July:
Fit Edge! - Wednesday‘s in July the Edge! Program will be partnering with Davidson
Fitness Center to offer Volleyball from 1430-1600. Youth will learn the fundamentals of
Volleyball as well as participate in game situations. There will be a shuttle transporting
Youth that are registered for the program. The shuttle will leave Pippin Youth Center at
1410 for Davidson Fitness Center. The shuttle will return to Pippin Youth Center at
1700. Spaces are limited so sign up today!

Life Edge! - Thursday‘s from 1500-1630 the Edge! program is partnering with the
Information, Ticketing and Referral (ITR) Office. The youth will have the opportunity to
learn about what the ITR Office does while searching and planning their own field trip.
There will be a shuttle transporting youth that are registered for the program. The shuttle
will leave Pippin Youth Center at 1445 for the ITR Office. The shuttle will return to Pippin
Youth Center at 1700. Spaces are limited so sign up today!

Art Edge! - Friday‘s from 1430-1630 the Edge! program will be partnering with the Frame
Shop to offer youth the opportunity to learn about ceramics from Bo Peep‘s Ceramics in
downtown Waynesville. The youth will be able to choose their own pre-poured ceramics
and clean and paint them. There will be a shuttle transporting youth that are registered
for the program. The shuttle will leave Pippin Youth Center at 1400 for Bo Peep‘s
Ceramics. The shuttle will return to Pippin Youth Center at 1700. Spaces are limited so
sign up today!

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Cost is $30 for School Age children enrolling in the July Adventure Edge! package. Cost
is $22.50 for School Age children enrolling in the July Fit Edge! package.

Adventure Edge!- Tuesday‘s we will be partnering with the Outdoor Adventure Center.
Tuesday‘s children and youth will enjoy rock/wall climbing from 1500-1630. There will be
a shuttle transporting children/youth that are registered for the program. The shuttle will
leave Pippin Youth Center no later than 1420 and leave School Age Services no later
than 1440 for the Outdoor Adventure Center. The shuttle will return to School Age
Services at 1700. School Age Parents must pick up their child/ren no later than 1700 or
the standard CYS Services late pick up fee will apply. The shuttle will return to Pippin
Youth Center at 1715. Spaces are limited so sign up soon!

Fit Edge!- Miniature Golf– Monday‘s we will be offering the Fit Edge! Package partnering
with the Rec Plex from 1430-1600. Children will learn the basics of miniature golf. There
will be a shuttle transporting children that are registered for the program. The shuttle will
leave the Pippin Youth Center at 1400 and pick up from School Age Services (building
616) at 1415 for the Rec Plex. The shuttle will leave the Rec Plex at 1630 arriving at
School Age Services at 1640. School Age parents will need to pick up their child from
School Age Services no later than 1640 or the standard CYS Services late pickup fee
will apply. The shuttle will return to Pippin Youth Center by 1700. Spaces are limited!

Check out the Edge! Facebook page: www.facebook.com/pages/Fort-Leonard-Wood-
Edge/321587863799

 Volunteer Opportunities: The Edge! program is looking for enthusiastic, motivated
volunteers to share their skills in sports, fitness, the arts and adventure type activities. If
you are interested please contact Tiffany at 573-596-0200

Parent and Outreach Services/Special Events:

    1. Teenage Babysitters training is scheduled for 19 & 20 July 2010, 0800-1530,
       building 470, room 2212

    2. Kids On Site (KOS) is scheduled for ACS AFTB on 12, 13, 14, 15, 27, 28, 29 July
       2010, 1700-2200 at the ACS building

    3. KOS is scheduled ACS Couples In Arms on 20 & 27 July 2010, 1730-2030, at
       the ACS Building

    4. PWIM workshop ―Asthma‖, 23 July 2010, 1130-1230, building 470, room 1118


                                    SAFETY CORNER



                                     POC: 596-2962

POV Safety is number 1 when traveling this summer!


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There are few things more important than safe driving! Drive Defensively - Expect the
Unexpected! Follow these tips to increase safety while driving.

*Use your lights, signals, and eye contact so others drivers see you.
*Keep track of vehicles in the blind spot by monitoring your mirrors.
*Do not exceed the posted speed limit, and adjust speed for adverse
    conditions. Go extra slow when on ice or snow or in fog.
*Never drive when drinking or under the influence of medications or drugs.
*Always pay attention to your driving. A one second distraction can result in
    disaster. Never drive when drowsy. Pull over and rest, or stop for the night.
*Know the road. Arm yourself with all the information you can about your
    route, road and weather conditions.
*Read all signs – Especially Road Work Ahead and other warnings.
*Watch for traffic on all sides of your vehicle. Be alert for potential
    hazards such as car doors that could open, or children or pets that could
    run into the street.
*Watch out for other drivers. If in doubt, yield. Don‘t gamble that other
    drivers will. Allow enough distance between cars for time to react.
*Give yourself plenty of time to Arrive Alive and always buckle up!
      ______________________

Back to School Safety is right around the corner in August!

* Many children sustain injuries on the way to or from school every day. Accidents can
be prevented if drivers pay attention to marked crosswalks and children at bus stops that
may suddenly enter the roadway. Accidents can also be prevented if parents warn
children about potential hazards associated with the walk to and from school or the bus
stop.

* Plan a direct walking route to school or the bus stop. Walk the route with your child a
few times before school starts each year.
Teach children:
 - to stay away from vacant lots, fields and other areas where there aren't
       many people.
 - to stop and look left, then right, then left again before crossing streets.
 - to never talk to strangers or accept rides from them.
 - to obey all traffic signals and signs.
- to be extra careful in bad weather and wear hats and gloves if it is cold.
 - to arrive at the bus stop early and wait for the bus to come to a complete
       stop before walking towards the bus.
 - to not play around since many children are injured or killed when they dart
       into the street unknowingly!

PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICE
POC: 563-4145

1-4 July - Vietnam Moving Wall Exhibit at Cabool MO. Community Covenant to be
signed on 1 July. The 399th Army Band and US Army Color Guard will participate in the
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02 Jul – FOXSPORTS MIDWEST: Fox Sports Midwest is coordinating a connection
from the 2 July St Louis Cardinals Game to locations in Afghanistan. The 135th History
Detachment, National Guard unit from Missouri, stationed in three locations in
Afghanistan will participate in live shots from there.

4 July - FLW 4th of July Celebration and Soldiers Show.

15 Aug - Military Appreciation Day at the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia. Gov. Jay Nixon
and others will be signing an Army Community Covenant with FLW.

21 Aug - AUSA/St. Louis Cardinals Military Appreciation Day.

INSTALLATION CUSTOMER SERVICES OFFICER
POC: 563-5114

Community Feedback – Issues – Resolutions – Solutions –Today (FIRST) Focus
Groups. Upcoming focus group:

Single Soldiers       22 July 2010
Teens                 5 August 2010
Trainees (Soldiers)   19 August 2010

Anyone at any time can submit an issue they believe affects the community. Please
contact the Fort Leonard Wood Customer Service Officer (CSO) atl 573.563.5114 for a
submission form. Your voice can make a difference… your involvement in your
community is needed.

Below is a list of all the different ICE categories under FLW ICE page:
https://ice.disa.mil/ms_customer/index.cfm?fa=site&site_id=447

To find a service provider you wish to rate, just click on the service category
below that best describes the service/product. You can also enter the name (or
part of the name) or location in the service provider search field at the top right of
the page and click the Go button, any services providers with those letters,
numbers, or location will be displayed.


Welcome to Fort Leonard Wood's ICE Site
                                    Thank you for taking the time to rate us
                                    and provide us with your comments and
                                    suggestions. Your feedback will help us
                                    maintain the quality of excellence you
                                    expect.


Acquisition & Supply                       Information Technology
For example: Contracting, Supply...        For example: Computer Repair, E-mail
                                           Services, Network Access, Help Desk...
Administration
For example: Legal Services, Driver's      Money/Finance


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Licenses, Mail Room...                      For example: Travel Pay, Military Pay,
                                            Civilian Pay, Contractor Invoice Payment,
Communications                              Budget...
For example: Post Office, Phone Service,
Graphics Support...                      Operational Support
                                         For example: Ship Repair, Aviation
Dining                                   Maintenance, Equipment & Material
For example: Clubs, Snack Bars, Dining Maintenance...
Halls, Restaurants...
                                         Parking
Education & Training                     For example: Parking Control, Parking
For example: DoDEA Schools, Education Passes...
Centers, GED Program, Training,
Library...                               Personnel Services
                                         For example: Military Personnel, Civilian
Facility Management                      Personnel, Benefits, Spouse Employment,
For example: Maintenance, Construction, Labor Relations, Equal Employment
Environmental Issues, Public Works...    Opportunity...

Family                                      Recreation
For example: Chaplain, Child and Family     For example: Rec Centers, Outdoor Rec,
Services, Child Care, Youth Services...     Movie Theaters, Arts & Crafts, Hobby
                                            Shops, Golf, Bowling...
Health
For example: Dental Clinic, Health          Safety & Security
Clinic/Hospital, Social Services, Fitness   For example: Vehicle Registration, Pass &
Center, Vet...                              ID, Security, Weapons Registration,
                                            Emergency Services, Police...
Housing
For example: On Base Housing, Off Base Shopping & Services
Housing, Housing Maintenance, Housing For example: Commissary, Exchange,
Referral, Barracks, Lodging...         Shoppette, Book Store, Clothing Sales,
                                       Concessions, Beauty Shop, Barber Shop,
Information Management                 Laundry, Lodging...
For example: Privacy Protection,
Freedom of Information, Government     Travel & Transportation
Forms, DoD Information Systems and     For example: Shuttle Bus, HHG Shipment,
Websites...                            POV Shipment, Official Travel (PCS/TDY),
                                       Leisure Travel, Flight Passenger Terminal...
AAFES
POC: 596-1501, emils@aafes.com

COMMISSARY
POC: 596-0689, ext 3020

* 4 Jul - The commissary will be open from 1000 to 1800, which are our normal Sunday
hours.

* 5 Jul - We will be open regular hours from 0700 to 1900.



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* 15 Jul – There will be a Moonlight Sale. We will be open our regular hours (0700 to
1900), close for an hour, and then open again from 2000-2300 for the sale.

* September case lot sale hours will be 0900 to 1800 both days.

GENERAL LEONARD WOOD ARMY HOSPITAL (GLWACH)
POC: 329-1935




AMERICAN RED CROSS
POC: 596-0300

1. Students selected for the new dental class will begin Tuesday 6 July 2010.

2. Another PET therapy class will be starting in July, if interested in this valuable
program, please call the office for details at 573-596-0300.

3. We have one Volunteer Leadership position available, that of Publicity Chair.
Please contact Mary, Senior Station Manager at 573-596-0300.

USO
POC: 329-2039

We will be open on 4 July 10 from 12-3 pm and on 5 July from 12-4 pm.

Volunteers are always needed at the USO. This is a great service project idea
for anyone 18 and older. Applications are available online at
www.usomissouri.org or at the Fort Leonard Wood USO.
Our Hours of operation are 12-10 PM Thursday- Saturday and 12-6 PM. We are
open on holidays from 12-6 pm.

We offer the United through Reading Program for Service members who will be
deployed or TDY for an extended period. It is a free program where we tape the
Service member reading a book to their child and mail the book and DVD to their
child. This program is a great way to boost morale while a loved one is away.
Best of all, this program is free.

We also have many events going on it the St. Louis area. For more information
please visit our website at www.usomissouri.org

BALFOUR BEATTY COMMUNITIES
POC: P: 573-329-3105 | F: 573-329-1040, 329-1013

FTLWOODFAMILYHOUSING.COM- Events Listed Under Tab



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July Events-
Pajama Story Time- Thursdays 6PM @ rotating community centers
New Resident Welcome Breakfast- Wednesay July 14, 9AM Stonegate
Belly Dancing Class- 5:30 PM, Stonegate CC 18 and Older Please
2nd Annual BBQ COOKOFF Competition- Register by July 15
              Competition is July 17 @ Stonegate CC, 12 Noon
Summer Movie Night- Night at the Movie Museum II, July 23 7:30 PM Stonegate
Annual Clothing Swap Donations Due July 30 to Stonegate
              Swap will be held August 5 & 6 at Stonegate

August Events-
       Small Business Expo- August 20th
       Back to School Giveaways
       National Night Out- August 3rd
       MoChip Event

ARMED SERVICES YMCA
POC: 329-4513, ymca@cablemo.net


                         The 21st Annual Armed Services
                                 YMCA Duck Race
                                   July 24, 2010
                           In the Waynesville City Park

Why:         To support the Armed Services YMCA of Missouri and have fun doing so

Who:         Organizations, businesses, military units, or individuals may sponsor a
             thoroughbred duck for the race. Entries limited to 72.

Cost:        The entry fee is $100.00. When you agree to sponsor a duck, you get a
             thoroughbred decoy and 50 opportunity tickets to sell for $2.00 each.
             Thus, sponsorship costs you nothing.

How:         Six (6) heats of twelve (12) ducks each will be conducted on Saturday,
             July 24th between 11:15 AM and 2:15 PM. The first and second place
             winners in each heat will be eligible for the final championship race at
             3:15 PM.

             Fifty (50) persons will have a ticket on the winning duck in the
             championship race. One of those 50 ticket stubs will be drawn to win a
             $1,000.00 savings bond. Similarly, fifty (50) persons will have a ticket on
             the second place duck. One of those 50 ticket stubs will be drawn to win
             a $500.00 savings bond.

             Ducks ―eliminated‖ during the heat races may compete in the consolation
             race at 2:45 pm. Tickets will be drawn for prizes of $200.00 and $100.00
             savings bonds in that race.

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NEW THIS YEAR: We will be holding a rubber duck race for the kids.
           The race will take place in the middle of the decoy duck race. (12:45 PM)
           Cost is $5.00 per duck. Purchase at ASYMCA booth day of event.

Prizes:
               Championship           1st Place: $1000 savings bond           Prizes donated by:
                                      2nd Place: $ 500 savings bond
                                      Heat Winners: $100 savings bond

               Consolation:           1st Place: $200 savings bond
                                      2nd Place: $100 savings bond

Judging:       Ribbons will be awarded to the 10 ―Best Dressed‖ ducks.
               NEW THIS YEAR: ―People‘s Choice Award‖ awarded to the duck
               with the most votes.

More information:             Linda at 573-329-4513 or ymca@cablemo.net

SPOUSES‟S CLUB (FWCSC)
POC: KAREN (President), fwcscpresident@yahoo.com

New Officers for 2010-2011:
President: Karen Grady #719-482-4979 fwcscpresident@yahoo.com
1st Vice-President: Maggie Hollinger #573-337-9163
2nd Vice President: Merran Anderson
Secretary: Becky Miller
Treasurer: Sara Price
Asst. Treasurer: Peggy Ligo

Fall Sign-Up Aug 19th 11am-2pm at #1 Essayons

Luncheons resume in the fall. Doors open at 11:00 so you may enjoy shopping with our
vendors and socializing with friends. Dates for the first few luncheons are:
Sept 16th
Oct 21st
Nov 18th
Dec 9th

Be sure to check out our webpage too! www.fortwoodspousesclub.org

COMMUNITY-AT-LARGE
POC: 774-2982

Fort Leonard Wood, ―clean, green, safe and cheap,‖ - the words of a friend stationed
here some years ago. It‘s still true, making our community family-friendly and affordable.
Take advantage of it while you‘re here. E-mail (mahan@webound.com) or call me for
assistance or additional information about the following. And if you want to volunteer, I
can get you connected with an activity that appeals. Volunteering is a great way to get
acquainted with people, places and events. It‘s a significant way to build your portfolio of
experience.


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ARROWROCK and BLACKWATER: www.LyceumTheatre.org, 660.837.3311;
www.ironhorsehotel.com.

CUBA and STEELVILLE: Meramec Music Theatre, 573.775.5999;
www.cubamochamber.com, 1.877.212.8429.
HOUSTON: Chamber of Commerce, 417.967.2220.

LEBANON: Cowan Civic Center, www.lebanonmo.org.
MISSOURI ARTS COUNCIL: 866.407.4752.

NEWBURG: Lyric Live Theatre, 573.341.9071.

PULASKI COUNTY TOURISM: 573.336.6355; www.visitpulaskicounty.org.
ROLLA: Arts Rolla!; www.artsrolla.org; rtsrolla@rollanet.org; Rolla Visitor Center,
573.364.3577.

SPRINGFIELD: www.springfieldarts.org for theatre, symphony, ballet, opera.

ST. JAMES: 1.800.480.3899.

ST. LOUIS: The Fox, 314.535.1700; www.fabulousfox.com.

WAYNESVILLE-ST. ROBERT: www.waynesville-strobertchamber.com; 573.336.5121.

CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
POC: 336-5121




Buckhorn Blast 2010 Family Day & Poker Run – July 3rd at Pulaski County Fort
Leonard Wood Shrine Club, 26920 Shrine Road in Waynesville (Exit 153 off I-44). The
event will kick-off at 10 a.m. with a poker run guided tour from the Shrine Club threw the
scenic Ozarks. Upon return there will be food, D.J.‘d music, family games for all ages
and fireworks beginning at 10 p.m. All are included in the gate price. Admission is $15
per person or $25 per couple. No attitudes, No pets, No firearms, No nudity! For more
information contact, Michael 573-308-7228.

Free Community Breakfast – The Waynesville United Methodist Church is hosting a
free community breakfast on Saturday July 24th. They are located at 301 Highway T, in
Waynesville. For more information you can contact Ed at 573-774-2890.

30th Annual Old Settlers Day – July 24th from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. in Waynesville City Park.
There will be vendors, exhibits, crafts, food, rides, demonstrations, entertainment,
games, drawings, a quilt show, and the 20th Annual Great Pulaski County Duck Race.



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For more information please contact Kelly at 573-774-5315 or visit
www.theoldstagecoachstop.org.

Bikers & Boots Poker Run – July 31st, the poker run will leave from Secrest Western
Store, 22975 Hardin Lane in St. Robert at 9 a.m. and run Old Route 66. Cost is $20 per
hand or $10 for all other riders. This event is to raise money for the Miss Rodeo
Missouri Scholarship Pageant. Event will end with a BBQ and Music. Winning hand
gets a pair of custom made chaps & trophy. Trophies will be awarded for the first 3
places and worst hand. For more information, contact Sherrie, 573-528-1318 or Bob at
573-774-1303.

PFAA Auditions for Fall Production of “LITTLE WOMEN” – August 2nd, auditions will
begin at 7 p.m. at the Theatre on the Square, 312 Historic Route 66 in Waynesville.
Performances will be September 17th, 18th, 24th, 25th, and 26th. October 1st and 2nd.
Evening performances begin at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday matinee begins at 2:30 p.m. For
more information, contact Natalie at 573-433-6334.

Regional Job Fair – August 12th from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., at the St. Robert Community
Center. For more information, please contact the Waynesville-St. Robert Chamber of
Commerce office at 573-336-5121 or at chamber@wsrchamber.com.

Gun – Knife & Archery Show – August 28th & 29th. Kiwanis Club of Pulaski County will
host a Gun – Knife & Archery show at the St. Robert Community Center, 114 JH
Williamson, Jr. Drive, St. Robert. Hours will be from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. on the 28th, and from
9 a.m.-3 p.m. on the 29th. Buy sell or trade! Food Available! $2 Entry charge at the
door. For more information contact, Tom at 573-774-6818 or Jerry at 573-433-6507.

ROLLA AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
POC: 364-3577, visitrolla.com




July
Downtown Rolla Farmers Market
Every Tuesday 7:00am – 12:00pm
Mid May – October
Location: Downtown Rolla Festival Lot Near Rolla City Hall

Wine Down Fridays
Every Friday during the summer
Live Music 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Bistro Open @ 5:00pm
Location: Meramec Vineyards in St. James
For more information: 573-265-7847 or visit http://www.meramecvineyards.com

Rolla Lions Club Carnival
Thursday - Sunday July 1st - 4th




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July 1st: Wristband Night 6:30pm-Close $18
July 2nd: Fireworks 11:00pm
July 3rd: Wristband Matinee 12:30pm-4:00pm $12
Wristband Night 6:30pm-Close
July 4th: Drawing for 2010 Chevy Camaro @ Midnight

Location: Rolla Lions Club Park ~ Highway 63 South
For More Information: www.rollalionsclub.org or 364-4386

Cruise Night
Saturday, July 10th @ 6:00-9:00pm
Car Show, Lighted Cruise Area, D.J Music, Concessions
Location: JC Penney Parking Lot – Highway 63 South (1mile past Wal-Mart)
For more information call 573-364-0865 Jim

Veterans Memorial Park Fun Show
Saturday, July 10th 2010 @ 9:00am – 3:00pm
Auto Show and Concessions
Location: Highway 72 & Southview Drive
For more information: Jerry 573-647-7601

Lyric Live Theatre
“Dave and Kathy Barton” Hand-Me-Down Folk Music: Saturday July 10th Admission
$8.00

“Mrs. Ryan‟s Heirs” (Play): July 23,24,30,31 Admission $6.00
Doors open at 7:00pm Show Begins 7:30pm
Location: Lyric Live Theatre in Newburg
For more reservations contact frank 573-341-9071

15th Annual Take A Stand Against Child Abuse
Friday, July 16th – Saturday,July 17th
―Take A Stand‖ to raise money and prevent child abuse by purchasing a bottled water
or lemonade at a local business.
Call 573-426-5148 to sign up your own lemonade stand!

Annie
Thursday, July 8th – Sunday, July 18th
Live theatre: This heart-warming musical is set in America in the 1930‘s.
Annie lives in an orphanage but escapes in a search to find her long-lost parents.
Location: Ozark Actors Theatre 701 N. Cedar St. For more information call 573-364-
9523
Visit website for show times or purchase tickets online: www.ozarkactorstheatre.org

Phelps County Fair
Wednesday, July 21st – Saturday, 24th
Bull Rides, Kids Games, Pageant, Concerts, Talent Shows, Live Music/Bands
Truck & Tractor Pull, Horseshoe Pitching, Kids Games, Medieval Village, Demolition
Derby, Petting Zoo
Please see website for Admission Prices and Calendar of Events
www.phelpscountyfair.com


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Thursday July 22 is ―Military Night‖: The entire gets in for only $25 with a valid Military
ID.
Location: Phelps County Fairgrounds 12860 Hwy 63 South or Call 573-364-6364

 ** For other information on events happening contact the Rolla Visitor Center @
                                  (573) 364-3577
        For updated weekend phone information call 364-3577 and press 5 **

LEBANON AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
POC: 417-588-3256

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP PROGRAM
POC: 563-8015

FORT LEONARD WOOD LIONS CLUB
POC: C: 573-465-0977
Clinton@rollanet.org or stnicksflw@embarqmail.com

The FLW Lions Club was chartered 20 January of 1966 and has been a part of the
world‘s largest service organization ever since. The FLW Lions Club was one of the only
Lions Clubs formed on a military installation, and currently we are the only Lions Club
that remains on a military installation. The motto of Lions Clubs International is ―WE
SERVE‖ and the FLW Lions Club makes great strides in living up to this motto. Lions
Clubs International has 1.3 million members and is located in 206 countries. The
locations represent more countries and geographic areas than the United Nations. We
are only one club of 45,000 clubs world wide. For more information on Lions Clubs
International visit the website: www.lionsclubs.org . The FLW Lions Club is very active
in the district and state levels with four active Past District Governors and a number of
members on district and state level committees.

The FLW Lions Club is involved in the following programs at the local
level:

      We are planning for the 2010 St. Nick‘s Benefit. Our next
       planning meeting will be 21 July 2010. You are welcome to attend
       these meetings at Building 312 from 11:30AM to 12:30PM. Bring lunch
       since this is a lunch hour meeting. Volunteers are always welcome.

      In July the FLW Lions Club will be hosting the MO Lions Wm. C.
       Chandler Youth Camp. The International Exchange Youths come from 10
       countries; Italy, Denmark, Turkey, France, Brazil, Finland, Mongolia, Slovakia,
       Austria, and Germany. The students will be visiting Fort Leonard Wood on
       Wednesday 28 July. The students will have an opportunity to visit with some of
       the International Military students from various countries. The youth will eat at
       the PX food court 1200-12:30 and we encourage others to visit with them during
       this time. They will also visit the Army Museums on that day.

      We continue to collect gently used eyeglasses that are taken to a collection point
       and then cleaned, calibrated and given to eye doctors who go on missions to



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       third-world countries and give them to those that need the eyeglasses. If you
       have used eyeglasses, feel free to give them to any of our Lions Club members.

      The FLW Lions Club would like to encourage you to visit the Rolla Lions Club
       75th Annual Carnival on 1-4 July 2010. They have rides and games for all ages.

We rely on donations to support all of these programs. All of the money we raise from
the community goes back to the community.

For more information contact one of our forty-four members or email us at
flwlions@hotmail.com .

GIRL SCOUTS
POC: JULIE

“Girl Scouting builds
girls of courage,
confidence, and
character who make
the world a better
place”



BOY SCOUTS / CUB SCOUTS
POC: (573)855-6624
www.troop149-flw.org

Boy Scout Troop 149 would like to congratulate two new Eagle Scouts, job well done
Patrick & Ben! Many of our Scouts are busy preparing for Summer Camp which will be
July 11th - 17th at Camp Arrowhead. The Troop will be taking a short break for the rest
of summer until school starts back up.

If you are interested in joining our Troop please give us a call or visit one of our
meetings. Fort Leonard Wood Boy Scout Troop 149 meets most Monday nights from
6:30 - 8:00 pm in the basement of building 3230, NCO Academy.
Come find out what we are all about!

PARENTS AS TEACHERS
POC: SHEILA or LYNNE 452-2002

Parents AS Teachers is a developmentally based program for families with
young children (prenatal up to 35 months). Each month a Certified Parent
Educator visits families providing engaging activities for your child, information on
developmental milestones, and tips on common parenting issues, developmental
screenings, and parent support.

P.A.T. offers playgroups during the school year and group meetings on topics
such as Family Nutrition, Infant/Child CPR, Play and Family Celebrations, and
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For more information on Parents AS Teachers program please contact 452-2002

“HEROES AT HOME”
POC: NICOLE or TAMMIE 452-2004

―HEROES AT HOME‖ is developmentally based program for military or DOD
Civilian families with young children (prenatal up to kindergarten entry). Each
month a Certified Parent Educator visits families providing engaging activities for
your child, information on developmental milestones, and tips on common
parenting issues, developmental screenings, and parent support.
At this time Heroes At Home is no excepting new enrollment of families.
Please call Parents As Teachers for new enrollment.

―Heroes At Home‖ also provides weekly playgroups at Pippin Youth Center on
Fridays from 9-11am (children must be enrolled in CYSS to participate).

Upcoming Playgroup Activities:

July 2nd- Parachute Play
July 9th- Waterplay
July 16th- Playdough
June 23th- Bubble Day
July 30th- Magnetic Play

For more information on the Parents as Teachers ―HEROES AT HOME‖
program, please contact 452-2004.

BETTER OPPORTUNITY FOR SINGLE SOLDIERS (BOSS)
POC: TRISTAN, 596-4398 OR ANDREA, 596-4862




Mission: To continually progress and improve the quality of life for single
service members (bonafide bachelors, geographical bachelors and single parents) on
Fort Leonard Wood. To provide and participate in social, recreational, and educational
events, to participate in community service projects, to voice concerns and issues on
quality of life, and to be involved with leadership developing activities.

Meetings: Single Service Members are encouraged to voice their concerns to their unit
BOSS representative who will in turn express the issues at the weekly BOSS meetings.
BOSS meetings are held the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the Month at the USO, Bldg 805
Iowa Ave @1530.



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        Schedule of events is subject to change

        Date:               Event:

2010

July 4th                    4th of July Celebration & Army Soldier Show
July 10th                   Paint Ball
July 17th                   AquaPalooza
Aug 10th, 17th, 24th        Operation Rising Star
Aug 7th                     Event TBD
Aug 20st                    River Rage Clean up/Float Trip
Sep 4th                     ACT Concert
Sep 11th                    BOSS Appreciation Cook Out
Oct 2nd                     BOSS 21st Birthday Bash
Sep-Nov                     BOSS Haunted House (set up to recovery)
Nov 14                      Branson Live concession
Nov 20th                    Comedy show concession
Dec 7th                     Holiday Tree Lighting Event
Dec 10th                    Holiday Party
Dec 18th                    KC Trip (Toys for Tots)

2011

Jan 1                       New years Day trip STL
Jan 8                       Ski trip (limited to 10-20)
Jan 15                      Roller Derby
Jan 29                      Ski trip (limited to 10 or 20)
Feb 12                      Top N Blues
Feb 14                      Candy Grams
Feb 26                      Ski Trip
Mar 12                      MMA
Mar 19-26                   Spring Break Trip
Apr 23                      Bunny Hunt
May                         DTA Concert
May 14                      KC Rockfest (limited to 12)
June 4                      Softball Tournament
June 18                     Canoe/Rock Climb
July 4th                    4TH of July
July 16                     Aqua palazzo
July 30                     Canoe
Aug 6                       Car show
Sept 4                      ACT

                             OTHER INFORMATION:

Woodworks comment/question/suggestion box — Fill out an ICE comment card with
your comments, questions, or suggestions and place in the box on the handout table.
The question, comment, or suggestion will be printed in the next Woodworks newsletter
along with a response from the appropriate staff agency.



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1) Suggestion: ICE Comment card from last Woodworks gathering suggested adding a
Key dates to remember area in the Woodworks newsletter such as, Change of
Command‘s and Change of Responsibilities, Battalion level and higher.
Response: Change of Command/Responsibility info is currently posted on the FLW
Master Activities Calendar (need CAC to view) and is also posted in the Guidon
Newspaper under upcoming events. Due to the vast number of contributors that submit
submissions to the woodworks newsletter and the many Change of Command/Change
of Responsibility ceremonies that take place, it could be a big undertaking and time
consuming process to pick key dates to remember because everyone‘s event is ―key‖ to
remember. This may be a very doable project for the Woodworks newsletter in the
future. MORE TO FOLLOW ON THIS>>>>>

2) Suggestion: Verbal comment to add a table of contents to the Woodworks
Newsletter.
Response: Great comment. See this issue of Woodworks.

                                SOCCER TRYOUTS
                           For Fall 2010 and Spring 2011

―The Pulaski United Futbol Club (Soccer) is conducting competitive soccer tryouts for
ages to 8 to 17. The tryouts will be held on June 21-25, 2010 from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
at the U-15 soccer fields across from the Waynesville City Park. Registration will begin
promptly 30 minutes before each tryout time slot listed on the flyer. Please ensure each
player brings a ball, soccer cleats, shin guards and water. Please contact April at
(573)528-6361 or pufcregistrar@yahoo.com <mailto:pufcregistrar@yahoo.com> if you
have any questions."

                                                        Pulaski United Futbol Club
                                                     will be conducting tryouts for
                                                    ages 7 to 18 on June 21st – 25th
Location:
Waynesville U15 soccer fields across from the Waynesville Park.

Registration:
All players must register prior to participating in the tryouts. Each player will need
to bring a copy of Birth Certificate.
Registration will be available 30 minutes before each tryout time slot.

                                                      Time slots for Tryouts
   ALL PLAYERS                                 Mon. 5-8p.m. U8-U9 Boys and Girls
                                              (Born between 08/01/02 and 07/31/00)
   MUST BRING A                              Tues. 5-8p.m. U10-U11 boys and girls
      BALL,                                   (Born between 08/01/00 and 07/31/98)
   CLEATS, SHIN                              Wed. 5-8p.m. U12-U13 boys and girls
   GUARDS AND                                 (Born between 08/01/98 and 07/31/96)
       WATER.                               Thurs. 5-8p.m. U14-U15 boys and girls
                                              (Born between 08/01/96 and 07/31/94)



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                                             Fri. 5-8p.m. U16-U18 boys and girls
                                            (Born between 08/01/94 and 07/31/91)

For more information please contact April at (573) 528-6361,
pufcregistrar@yahoo.com or access the PUFC website at
www.pulaskiunitedfc.org.




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