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Andrews Force Support Squadron Spotlight September 2011 Labor Day Holiday Weekend Hours Open 2, 3, 4 & 5 September Freedom Hall Weekend/Holiday Hours Golf Course Dawn to Dusk Lodging 24/7 West Fitness Center 0700-1800 Closed 4 & 5 September Youth Center Bowling Center Closed 3, 4 & 5 September Auto Hobby Child Development Centers Civilian Personnel Equipment Rental Information, Tickets & Tours Manpower NAF Human Resource Outdoor Recreation Closed 2, 3, 4 & 5 September Airman & Family Readiness Civilian Personnel Community Activity Center East Fitness Center Education & Training FCC/Central Registration Library Military Personnel Section The Club at Andrews The Sports Page JOINT BASE ANDREWS Spotlight Force Support Squadron: Table of Contents Lt Col Bridget Gigliotti Commander Holiday Hours........................................ 2 Mrs. Judee Sanders Oktoberfest............................................ 4 Deputy Sports Page........................................... 5 Marketing Department: Mr. Jerome F. Spearman The Club at Andrews.......................... 6-7 Director Lodging.................................................. 8 The SPOTLIGHT magazine is Bowling.................................................. 9 designed to inform our customers of events happening in our facilities. Fitness Center..................................... 10 The opinions expressed herein are not necessarily those of Joint Base Outdoor Recreation........................ 11-13 Andrews, DoD or the U.S. Air Force. All program dates and times Base Map....................................... 14-15 printed in this publication are subject to change. For more details Facilities......................................... 16-17 on the Spotlight Magazine, call the Marketing Office at (301) 981-9258 or write to us at 11 FSS/FSK 1535 Library.................................................. 18 Command Dr., Suite D-212 Joint Base Andrews, MD 20762-7002. Youth Center................................... 19-21 Airman & Family Readiness................ 22 Education & Training / HRO Ad........... 23 Playpass.............................................. 24 “Like” us on Facebook to Ads/ Upcoming Events................... 25-26 get updates on FSS events & programs. Search Club Membership................................ 27 Andrews Marketing Office Andrews Chapel.................................. 28 Visit our website at www.andrewsforcesupportsquadron.com Friday, 9 September 2011 at the Community Activity Center Event held 3-7 p.m. and features: *Traditional German Music *German Food and *German Beer There will also be Giveaways!!! For more details, call (301) 981-4718 The Sports Page Director: Whitney Winters, (301) 981-8791 5 Sports Page Manager: Lorna Smith, (301) 981-4638 1 October Watch Air Force sink Navy at 12 p.m. Shown on large screens live from Annapolis Friday Night Karaoke with DJ Chris, 6 p.m. to 12 a.m. Lunch Buffet Social Hour: Monday-Thursday Served 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 4:30-6:30 p.m. $9.95 per person Friday 6:30-8:30 p.m. Wednesday... Oriental Thursday... Mexican Thursdays $1 Off Pitcher Night Friday... American Miller Lite, Miller Genuine Draft Sports Page and CAC and Yuengling Pitchers available Hours of Operation Delivery Service! Monday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Call (301) 736-2159 Friday 11 a.m. to 12 a.m. Delivery on Base Only! Saturday 4-10 p.m. Minimum Order $10 Sunday, Family Days & Holidays Closed Monday-Thursday 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. *September 11 Friday 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Open Sundays 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday 5-9 p.m. UTA Weekends 4-11 p.m. Community Activity Center Director: Whitney Winters, (301) 981-8791 Rent a Playstation, Wii, X-Box* and all the latest games and accessories. *Must be 18 to rent. We also have pool tables, dart boards and a wide selection of board and card games! Rent the CAC Ballroom for your special event! Sports Page/CAC Closed 2-5 September 6 The Club at Andrews Manager: Caroline Toll, (301) 568-3100 Blackout Party 23 September in the Pavilion Doors Open 8 p.m. Light hors d’ oeuvres 9-11 p.m. Dance under the stars with special entertainment by DJ Storm from WPGC Tickets: $5 member, $10 non-member Tickets increase by $5 on 23 September The Reggie Hall Project Jazz Returns One Night Only! Tatum’s Lounge 15 September 7-9 p.m. Comedy Show and Dance (Adult Content) Friday, 4 November 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m. Member $10, Non-Member $15 Tickets increase by $5 on 4 November The Club at Andrews Manager: Caroline Toll, (301) 568-3100 7 Champagne Tatum's Lounge: Thursday, Karaoke and Oldies Sunday with DJ Chris 6-10 p.m. Friday, DJ Rock 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Brunch 18 September Social Hour Friday w/complimentary buffet 6-7 p.m. Hangar One Lounge: is Back! Tuesday, Bar Bingo played 3rd Sunday 10 a.m. w/$250 jackpot, cards are $5. of Each Month to 2 p.m. Social Hour Friday, w/complimentary buffet, 5-6 p.m. Member & Guest.....$17.95 Non-Member............$22.95 Children 6-10.............$7.95 “Like” us on Facebook to 5 and under.................Free get updates on events Cheese and Fruit Trays, Cold and menus. Search Spiced Shrimp and assorted Andrews AFB-The Club Salads. A delectable at Andrews. assortment of breakfast foods with a Chef's Breakfast Special, Gourmet Lunch Buffet Monday-Friday, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Carving Station Soup & Salad Bar with Rotating featuring two items, Fresh Weekly Buffet Catch of the Day, Fried Member $9.95, Chicken and three entreè Non-Member $10.95 specials plus much more! Carry-Out Soup & Salad Champagne, Screwdrivers and Call (301) 981-9082 for Bloody Marys available for daily menu. those over 21. Chefs Daily Specials *No Reservations, first come, first served! Monday-Fried Chicken Day Tuesday-Pork Chop Day Seafood Buffet Wednesday-Meat Lovers Day(Carved to Order) 28 September Thursday-Multi-Cultural Day Friday-Fried Fish Day 5:30-8:30 p.m. Member or Guest $25.95 Non-Member $30.95 Children 6-10 $7.95 5 and under Free Menu: Steamed, Baked, Fried and Chilled Seafood Items along with Seafood Pastas, Seafood Gourmet Lunch Buffet Newburg, Jambalaya, Fried Chicken, sliced Top Round Scrumptious Sides, homemade 15 September Desserts and so much more! Call our menu line at (301) 981-9082 Fajita Bar for the complete menu. 8 The Presidential Inn OIC: 2d Lt Rheannin Leon, (301) 981-4614 It’s Our Pleasure to Serve You Transportation to and from the Presidential Inn to the Main Gate, Jones Bldg., Hospital, PAX Terminal and National Guard Readiness Center is available. See the front desk for details. Military retirees and immediate family members, staying at The Presidential Inn, are authorized use of the Freedom Hall Dining Facility. The facility can be used during breakfast, dinner and all Federal Holidays. Rickenbacker’s (240) 253-4615 Monday - Friday 5:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday 7-11 a.m. Call ahead, we can have your order ready! Breakfast Bagel/Croissant Sandwich $3.75 Egg, Beef & Cheese Burrito $3.50 Bagel w/Cream Cheese $1.25 Lunch $5-6 *With Smoked Salmon $4.75 Made to order $3 or Less, Pastries, Yogurt and Oatmeal sandwiches with Fresh Fruit $.95 your choice of Assorted Cookies $1.75 breads, cheeses, Chips $.75, Gum/Mints $1.75 meats and toppings. Salads Soup of the Day Caesar $5.50 Chef $6.50 Garden $3.25 $3.50 (Add chicken, salmon, egg or tuna salad for additional cost) Rickenbacker’s Proudly Brews Starbucks Coffee Bowling Center Manager: Maggie Starr, (301) 981-3335 9 Café 300 closed for renovation until further notice. Outside food is allowed during 10 & 24 September renovations (excludes alcohol). 9 p.m. to 12 a.m. Beverages will be available for purchase. Weekly Events Wednesday-Red Pin Bowling, 4-5 p.m., $1.50 a game,$1 for shoes. Thursday-Bowlers Bowl, 4-6 p.m., $1 a game and $1 for shoes. Bowl to the lights and music Friday-Happy Hour Free Bowling, with friends and family. The 4-5 p.m., shoes not included. cost is $12 per person and includes shoes and unlimited Get Hooked on Bowling, Tuesday, bowling. 4-9 p.m. The cost is $2.50 per game, Pro-Shop: Check out our $2 for shoes. Enjoy friends and family in-stock merchandise! We can while improving your bowling skills. special order any bowling Just showing up for bowling gives equipment that you need. you a chance to enter the number of games bowled into our prize box. You Fall & Winter Leagues sign-up do not have to be present to win at the Bowling Center. For more weekly prizes. details, call (301) 981-3335. Freedom Hall Food Service Officers: Tommy Henderson & Honre Batie (301) 981-6661 Labor Day Meal Food Service Hotline: 5 September, 2-5:30 p.m. 301-981-3777 Menu: Bean w/Bacon Soup, Roast The information hotline will provide Turkey, Loin Strip Steak, BBQ daily menus, upcoming special Spareribs, Vegetable Gravy, events, announcements and points Cornbread Dressing, Fried Onion of contact for all food service topics. Rings, Baked Potatoes, Mashed Potatoes, Corn on Cob, Peas, Fruit Salad, Corn Bread and Desserts. September UTA Weekends Air Force Birthday Meal 459th Navy 113th 18 September, 2-5:30 p.m. 10/11 10/11 10/11 Menu: Shrimp Cocktail, French Onion Soup, Strip Loin Steak, Herbed & Lemon Baked Fish, Chicken Breast w/Orange Glaze, Mushroom Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Oven Browned Potatoes, Corn on the Cob, Peas, Steamed Carrots and Desserts. 10 The Fitness Centers Director: Suba Saty West Fitness Center (301) 981-7101, East Fitness Center (301) 981-1610 Lung Distance 5K Run 7 September, 7:30 a.m. at West Fitness Center Health and Fitness Tip: The weather will be getting a bit cooler soon. Get out and enjoy the last bit of summer. Participate in local 5K’s or other fun runs. It’s racing season and there are a bunch of runs popping up in the Do you need area. Make sure you strength a massage? train. Cardiovascular endurance is only one aspect of fitness. Strong legs will make you a better We offer massage by runner. If you’ve never run a 5 or appointment. For more details 10K, make it a goal this year to call Cory Scoggens at participate in one. Always push (301) 467-5595 your limits, and get out of your comfort zone. That is the key to Tae Kwon Do is offered at the overall fitness. West Fitness Center Wednesdays and Fridays at 5-6 p.m. For more details, call Master Henry Lane at (301) 742-4029 Flag Football begins AF 303s due 19 September (to the West Fitness Center) Wrestling: 16 September Outdoor Recreation Director: Alison Mabins, (301) 981-4109/5663 11 New operating hours starting in September Mon-Fri 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. closed weekends and holidays Rental Equipment FSS028 Utility Trailer 4x8 $25 Featured this month are a FSS030 Utility Trailer 5x10 $35 few items from our equipment list. FSS031 Motorcycle Trailer $50 For a complete list of daily rentals, FSS033 Enclosed Trailer 5x10 $50 stop by Outdoor Recreation. Chafing Dishes, Round $7 Reservations Chafing Dishes, Small $9 Make your reservations now: Chafing Dishes, Large $15 Large Base Lake Pavilion-$50 Generator Yuma Park-$35 (9.0hp @3600 RPM) $32 Hiking Back Pack $2 Squadron Loan Program: Camping Chairs $2 Selected equipment available: Tent (2 person) $5 5ft long tables, chairs and softball Tent (4 person) $9 kit. Lantern $3.25 Sleeping Bag $4 Discount Tickets: Available for Washington Nationals, Toby’s Dinner Theater, Spirit of Washington, Odyssey Dinner Cruises and more. All ticket pricing subject to change without notice NASCAR - Richmond Tickets: International Raceway Kings Dominion Virginia 529 College Good for a Day $31 9 September $23 Season Pass $70 Hospitality Package Bush Gardens, VA 9 September $50 Adult $55, Child $44 One Last Race to Make Six Flags America The Chase Good for a day $25 Season Pass $58 10 September Meal Voucher $10.50 $45 & $55 Sesame Place, $51.75 $70 & $80 Hershey Park, Pa Hospitality Package Adult (9-54) $40.50, 2 day-$71.25 10 September $75 Jr/Sr (3-8/55-69) $28.75, *Hospitality Package: Consists of appetizers, a buffet dinner, alcoholic 2 day-$52 beverage tickets, unlimited soda and Sr (70+) $21.25 water, a program and musical Water County, Va entertainment. Also included: Adult $38.75, Child $31.25 Appearances by NASCAR personalities. 12 Outdoor Adventure Program Programmer: Danielle Mayfield, (301) 981-4404 REI’s Introduction to Mountain REI's Introduction to Outdoor Biking Rock Climbing Class Rosaryville Park, MD Carderock National Park, MD 21 September 28 September 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost: $60 Cost: $55 per person Deadline to sign up Deadline to sign up 7 September 14 September What to bring on trip: Water What to bring on trip: Water bottle, close toed shoes, lunch bottle, lunch and snacks, sun and snacks, a bike if you have block, sunglasses and hat. one, helmet and gloves. REI will provide: Climbing REI will provide: Mountain ropes, harnesses, helmets and bikes, helmets (if needed) and climbing shoes. transportation. REI’s Learn to Kayak with Tour Jug Bay, Patuxent River Park, MD 25 September 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost: $65 Deadline to sign up 12 September What to bring on trip: Water bottle, water appropriate shoes and clothes, lunch and snacks, sun block, sunglasses, and hat. REI will provide: Boats/paddles, life jackets. Great Falls Park Hiking Trip McLean, VA 1 October 9:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cost: $5 (E1-E4) $7 (E5 & up) Family of 4 rate $10 Deadline to sign up 23 September Trip includes: Transportation, hiking bag, binoculars, compass, hiking safety & guidelines. The 3 falls overlooks are within a 2-10 minute walk from the visitors center. Outdoor Recreation Director: Alison Mabins, (301) 981-4109 13 Performance Special 50% off Paintball when you bring in your A & B report card or a PT score above 90. 9 October, Couples Game, Buy one rental package and get one free! 29 October, Halloween Big Game (Freddy vs Jason) Games Wear a Halloween costume and get $5 off. Squadron and Private Reservations may be made Monday through Friday. Saturday and Sunday is Open Play from 12-5 p.m. Rain-or-Shine Car Because We Care! Spouses of Deployed Air Force Active Duty Members can get a free oil and filter change with safety inspection. Call (301) 981-3917 for details. Services: Special of the Month: Rotate and balance tires for $35. Auto Hobby offers services to military members and DoD civilian employees. Car Tips of the Month Your “Check Engine” light comes on when your car needs maintenance. Bring it by and a Auto Auto Hobby staff member will run a diagnostic check for $25. Once fixed the staff will reset your light. 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GATE..3 mi Virginia Ave. East SAN ANTONIO BLVD SAN ANTONIO BLVD CDC 2 Side AD RO Golf Course SIN ON VIRGINIA AVE SC WI Youth GOLF COURSE Center GOLF COURSE SO U AD TH RO PE R NG IM I ET EL ER HE W R O AD SOUTH PERIMETER ROAD GOLF CLUB HOUSE GOLF COURSE Virginia Ave Gate FamCamp BASE LAKE Alexandria Ferry Road 11th Force Support Facilities 16 11th Force Support Squadron Airman & Family Readiness Education Center Bldg. 1413 Bldg 1191 301.981.7087 Airman Leadership School Mon- Fri 0730-1630 Room 220 A&FRC Pentagon Office Rm 5C1049 Education and Training 703.693.9460/DSN 223.9460 Room 100 301.981.6377/5733 Mon-Fri 0730-1630 Mon-Wed and Fri 0730-1630 Thu 0900-1630 Bowling Center-Andrews Lanes Counseling available by appointment Bldg 1672 301.981.3335 Mon-Thu 1600-2100 Family Child Care/Central Fri-Sat 1100-2200 Cosmic Sat 2100 to midnight Registration Bldg 1398 301.981.9981 Mon, Tue and Thu 0800-1300 Child Development Center 1 Wed 1300-1600 Bldg 4575 301.981.3035 Fri 0800-1200 Mon-Fri 0600-1730 Sat, Sun and Holidays Closed Child Development Center 2 Bldg 4783 301.981.3323 Mon-Fri 0630-1800 Fitness Center-West Bldg 1444 301.981.7101 JP Hoyer Child Development Center Mon-Fri 0430-2230 Bldg 3725 240.857.3197 Sat, Sun, Holidays and Down Days 0700-1800 Mon-Fri 0600-1730 Facilities Community Activity Center Fitness Center-East Bldg 1442 301.981.2494 Bldg 3705 301.981.1610 Sat-Thu 1100-2300 Mon-Fri 0600-1800 Fri 1100-2400 Weekends, Holidays and Down Days Closed Dining-Freedom Hall Golf Course- Bldg 1628 301. 981.6516 Mon-Fri: The Courses at Andrews Breakfast 0330-0400 & 0530-0800 Bldg 4442 301.981.4653 Lunch 1100-1300 Dawn to Dusk 7 days a week Dinner 1530-1800 Midnight Meal 2300-0030 Human Resource Office Carry Out 1300-1530 & 1800-2100 Bldg 1414, Rm 2 301.981.2500 Weekends: Early Breakfast 0330-0400 Mon-Fri 0730-1600 Brunch 0600-1300 Dinner 1400-1730 Library Carry Out 1645-2130 Midnight Meal 2300-0030 Bldg 1642 301.981.6454 Holidays: Mon-Wed 0900-2000 Early Breakfast 0330-0400 Thu 1100-2000 Brunch 0600-0900 Fri/Sat 0900-1800 Dinner 1100-1730 Sun and Holidays Closed Carry Out 1645-2130 Midnight Meal 2300-0030 Lodging-The Presidential Inn Flight Kitchen 301.981.3543 Bldg 1380 301.981.4614 Open 24 hours 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Rickenbakers 240.253.4615 Mon-Fri 0530-1300 Sat 0700-1100 17 Marketing Bldg 1535 301.981.9258 Sports Page Mon-Fri 0800-1700 Bldg 1442 301.981.4638 Sat-Thu 1100-2300 Military Personnel Section Fri 1100-2400 Bldg. 1414 301.981.1776 Open Mon, Wed-Fri 0830-1630 The Club at Andrews Tue 0830-1430 Bldg 1889 301.568.3100 CAC/ID Cards Hours of Operation Career Development Cashier's Cage Customer Service Mon 1100-1500 Force Management Tue-Fri 1100-2000 Sat 1200-2000 Civilian Personnel Catering 301.568.3799 Bldg 1414 Open Mon-Fri Mon-Tue 0900-1500 Labor/Management Relations 301.981.9524 Wed-Fri 0900-1600 Staffing/Classifications 301.981.2702 Chesapeake Dining Rm Walk-ins/Appointments 0900-1500 Mon-Fri 1100-1330 Appointment only 1500-1630 Sun Brunch 1000-1400 Last Wed. Seafood Buffet 1730-2030 Tatum’s Lounge Outdoor Recreation: Tue-Wed 1600-2100 Information, Tickets & Rental Thu 1600-2300 Bldg 1235 301.981.4109/5663 Fri 1600-0100 Mon-Fri 0900-1700 Sat 1200-2100 Sat, Sun 0900-1400 Hangar One Holidays Closed Tue 1600-2000 Fri 1600-2100 Auto Hobby Shop Bldg 1236 301.981.3917 Sun, Mon & Holidays Closed Youth Center Tue/Fri 1200-2000 Bldg 4700 301.981.5636 Wed/Thu 1200-1800 Youth Programs Sat 0900-1700 Mon-Thu 1700-1900 Car Wash 24/7 Fri 1700-2000 RV Storage Sat 1400-2000 Auto Resale Teen Programs Yuma Park Mon-Thu 1700-2100 Freedom Park Fri 1700-2300 FamCamp-ODR 301.981.3279 Sat 1400-2300 Gateway Pool -ODR 301.981.1352 School Age Programs 0600-1800 JOINT BASE ANDREWS, MD 18 Library Director: Cheryl Gritton, (301) 981-6454 Computer Classes: Tutor.com: ComputerEase: Students, check out Tutor.com, a Computer Class for Seniors great resource available from the Thursdays, 9-11 a.m. JB Andrews Library! Tutor.com provides access to help for 8 Sep: ComputerEase 1 The Basics kindergarten, college students and adults 24/7, from a live, certified, 15 Sep: ComputerEase 2 subject matter expert. All subjects Microsoft Word Beginning Course of Math, Science, English, and 22 Sep: ComputerEase 3 Social Studies are available. There Microsoft Word Intermediate are even special writing tutors that Course will proofread a piece of writing in Pre-register by calling real-time. You will have access to (301) 981-6454 subject matter help, as well as résumé-writing help from qualified Library Storytime: tutors, GED Prep help, and Mondays, 5:30 p.m. citizenship test prep. For more Wednesdays, 10 a.m. information and to register, call Storytime is for ages up to (301) 981-6454 or visit the Library. 5 years old. The Library staff will share selected books from our easy collection followed by craft or activity time. A Midsummer Knight’s Read They read a total of Top Readers 10,619 books in the Award: eight weeks of the program. We thank all Ages 0-5: the participants for Henry Weber, making this a Simona Istrate and wonderful summer Sophia Istrate and a very successful Ages 6-10: program for us. We James Weber Thanks to Our Summer hope you enjoyed all Ages 11-13: Reading Program the fun activities. The Alexander Hays Participants planning for next Ages 14-18: summer’s reading Kattie Hobbs and A total of 413 people program has already Kynan Fletcher participated in the begun and we look Adult: Donna Artley Summer Reading forward to having you Program this year. join us again. 19 Child Development Programs CDC 1 Director: Emily Chapman, (301) 981-3035 CDC 2 Director: Ann Wagner, (301) 981-3323 JP Hoyer Director: Diana Jones, (240) 857-3197 Central Registration/Family Child Care Director: Donna Meador, (301) 981-9981 Parents Night Out, Becoming a Licensed Childcare Give Parents a Break Provider can be a rewarding experience Held 10 September, while allowing you to stay at home with your 5-11 p.m. at CDC #1 for own children and earn extra income. If you ages 6 weeks to 5 years, the cost is $4 per hour per are interested and want to learn more about child. For reservations, call this wonderful opportunity, call the Family any CDC at least one week Child Care Office. (FCC accepts individuals in advance. All children into our program of various backgrounds, must be registered through religious affiliations and those with chronic the Child Care Registration health problems.) Office. “Ensure you are using licensed Family Child Care by looking for this sign displayed prominently on the front door or window.” Joint Base Andrews Youth Center Director: Vincent Eure, (301) 981-5636 Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s National Day for Kids 2011. Held 10 September Keystone Club meets every from 1-4 p.m. Event is FREE! Wednesday, 6 p.m. for ages 14-18 and Parents and kids spend Torch Club meets every Wednesday at meaningful time together! Join the 5 p.m. Learn to become a leader and staff at the Youth Center for an give back to your community. For more afternoon of fun, games and information, contact the Youth Center at tournaments for (301) 981-5636. the entire family! Triple Play Sports Club (TPSC) for ages 13-18. Meetings every Tuesday & Parents Friday at 7 p.m. Explore the game plan Night Out, for mind, body and soul (a healthy 10 September, lifestyle). As a member you will plan 5-11 p.m. events, participate in community service “National Day for projects and develop a plan to help Kids” continues young people become healthy, active, For ages 5-12. The cost is $15 learn new ways to handle stress, for members and $20 for non- maintain a healthy body and form members. Register early, positive relationships. additional cost will apply on day SMART Girls meetings are held of event. 1 & 15 September at 5:30 p.m. 20 Youth Center Director: Mr Vincent Eure, (301) 981-5636 Join the “Spartan's 4-H CLUB!” Back to School Dances Meeting held 12 September at 6 p.m. 23 September Head, Heart, Hands and Health. The Pre-teen, ages 6-12, 6-8 p.m. fundamentals of the 4-H program are to inspire young people to continue to Teens, ages 9-18, learn and grow, to make their best 8:30-11 p.m. efforts better through participating in educational experiences; “learn by doing”; encourages youth to experiment, innovate and think independently. For ages 6-18. Join Now! Call Ms. Debbie at (301) 981- 5636 for more details. Held 24 September, 2-6 p.m for all ages and is FREE. Turn off the TV, put down the video game remote- Pre-Teen Get up, Get out and Play! Enjoy an afternoon of fun activities and MAX OUT Lock-In games at the Youth Center. 17 September, 2 p.m. to 12 a.m. Kids in the Kitchen Held 24 September at the Youth Center. Learn to prepare a cool For ages 9-12 dish for the month. Ages 6-12 (5-6 p.m.), Teens (6-7 p.m.), The cost is $5. Enjoy a day of fitness, Members $2, Non-members $3. fun and healthy food. Sign up begins 1 September. Points towards your Fit Factor and Triple Pay logs! No sleeping allowed! For more details, call (301) 981-8336. Family Passport to Manhood Movie Held 22 September at 5 p.m. for males ages 11-14. The passage from Night boyhood to manhood is challenging, requiring adolescent males to 30 September, understand and manage many issues 30 p.m. 6-9 September, 6-9 p.m. and transitions. This program addresses critical issues that young Held at the Youth Center. The men face, such as ethics, decision cost is $5 for members and $6 for making, wellness, fatherhood, non-members. Includes dinner, employment and careers, cooperation movie, plus popcorn! Day of and conflict, diversity, relationships and event additional cost applies. self-esteem. Movie subject to change. Youth & Teen Membership Assistant Youth Programs Director: Matrice Adger (301) 981-5636 21 Teen Director: Anne Tierney (301) 981-8336 Not a member of the Youth Center? Stop by and take a tour meeting held and discover the many positive 29 September, 5 p.m. programs offered to youth ages 9-18. Membership is $20 for the Teen Activities...stop by entire year! For more information, and check out the teen calendar call (301) 981-5430. and meet the new Teen Director, Anne Tierney. Looking for a place to hold a Birthday Party for Youth? Instructional Classes The Youth Center offers the gym or Dance, Tap, Ballet, Jazz held on the movie room for birthday parties. Monday Minimum 2 hour rental. For more information, call (301) 981-5636 or Taekwondo and Gymnastics on email: email@example.com. Wednesday, Thursday & Saturday Earn Money for College while Piano Classes held Tuesday and Volunteering. The Y.E.S. (Youth Wednesday Employment Skills) program offers this great opportunity to earn money. Upcoming Events Stop by the Youth Center and pick Lights on Afterschool, 20 October up an application on this awesome Neewollah Ball, 29 October program for teens ages 15-18. Rules and regulations apply. Youth Sports Youth Sports Director: Brandon Compton, (301) 981-5794 Fall Sports Basketball and Soccer, flag football, cheerleading Cheerleading Registration and START SMART football begins 24 October and ends 18 games will begin 18 September November. Practice begins 12 and ends 6 November for all December. teams. Games will not be held on 8 October in observance of Columbus Day. Team pictures are scheduled for 1 October in conjunction with games. Sign up today at the Youth Center 22 Airman & Family Readiness Center Director: Kim Myers, (301) 981-7087 The following classes are held at: Joint Base Andrews A&FRC, (301) 981-7087/DSN 858-7087 Pentagon A&FRC, Room 5C1049, (703) 693-9460/DSN 223-9460 1 September -Return & Reunion Workshop 21 September -Reintegration 0800-1200 for Spouses 1700-1900 -VA Benefits 0900-1200 -Preseparation 0830-1100 -DoLTAP Seminar 0800-1600 -Preseparation 1330-1530 -Acing the Interview 0830-1500 -DoLTAP Seminar 0730-1600 -Intro to Money Management 22 September 1330-1500 14 September -Reintegration 0800-1200 -Preseparation 1330-1530 -Preseparation 0830-1100 6 September -Dorm Brief 0900-1000 -Financial Planning for -Reintegration 0800-1200 -DoLTAP Seminar 0800-1600 Transition 0830-1200 -Preseparation 1300-1600 -DoLTAP Seminar 0730-1600 -Build and Keep Good Credit -Bundles for Babies 0830-1130 1330-1500 -DoLTAP Seminar 0730-1600 15 September -Reintegration 0800-1200 23 September 7 September -Preseparation 0830-1100 -Preseparation 0930-1130 -Preseparation 1330-1530 -Post-Deployment Coping for -DoLTAP Seminar 0730-1600 Kids 1700-1900 26 September -DoLTAP Seminar 0730-1600 -Acing the Interview 0830-1530 8 September -Reintegration 0800-1200 16 September 27 September -Preseparation 0830-1100 -Veteran’s Benefits Day -Reintegration 0800-1200 -Reigniting Passion after 0730-1530 -Anger Management 1100-1200 Deployment 1700-1900 -Preseparation 0930-1130 -Preseparation 1300-1600 -DoLTAP Seminar 0730-1600 -Getting a Job with the Federal 19 September Government 1300-1600 9 September -DTAP 1300-1500 -Reunion & Reintegration -Analyzing the CSB/Redux vs. -Thrift Savings Plan TSP 101 1700-1900 High Three Retirement Plan 1330-1500 Choice 0830-1000 28 September -Preseparation 0930-1130 20 September -Federal Employment -Making Car Buying Decisions -Reintegration 0800-1200 0830-1200 0930-1130 -Finding the Job you Really -Preseparation 1330-1530 Love 0900-1600 12 September -Anger Management 1100-1200 29 September -DoLTAP Seminar 0800-1600 -Preseparation 1300-1600 -Reintegration 0800-1200 -Coping with a Transitioning -Preseparation 0830-1100 13 September Home 1700-1900 -Reintegration 0800-1200 Drive Away Happy: Making Car Buying Decisions 9 September, 9:30-11:30 a.m. Build and Keep Good Credit 22 September, 1:30-3 p.m. Investment Basics: Steps for Beginners 30 September, 1-3 p.m. Education & Training Section 23 Chief: Donna Artley, (301) 981-6377 GI Bill Briefings Troops to Teachers 13 & 27 September, 1 p.m. Learn more about your GI Bill benefits. Held at the Education Center, bldg. 1413 on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. Teaching as a Second Navy Seminar, Career Information Session 20 September from 12-2 p.m. 22 September, Pack a lunch and come to 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. the Education Center to learn Held at the Education Center, about the many educational bldg 1413, room 108. opportunities the Navy has to *Presenting Mr. Gregory offer! For more information, Coogan: Virginia Troops to call (301) 981-6347. Teachers Program Coordinator from Old Dominion University. Commissioning Briefing Other presentations include a 21 September, 1 p.m. variety of guest speakers and Open to active duty airmen representatives from interested in becoming various school districts. officers. The briefing will cover Contact Mr. Shedrick Roberts all commissioning programs at firstname.lastname@example.org. and eligibility requirements. for more information. Join the Team To apply for a NAF Job, you must NOW log on to the following website and create an account: www.nafjobs.org (For a listing of NAF job vacancies at Andrews, click on the drop-down menu for Base and look for Joint Base Andrews) For more information, call the Human Resources Office, at (301) 981-5614. An Equal Opportunity Employer No Federal Endorsement of Advertisers is Intended Jerome F. Spearman nteractive IC ustomer valuation Mobile Disc Jockey E Your on-line customer comment card Your On-Line Link to GREAT Service! We care about your feedback. Please take a few moments to complete our survey at https://ice.disa.mil Spotlight Magazine Rates Full Page $500 Half Page $250 Stretch your Dollar! Quarter Page $125 Advertise in the Spotlight Contact Dawn Miller for more information, (301) 981-5215 or email email@example.com Check out these Upcoming Events Halloween Retiree Costume Neewollah Contest Ball Appreciation Day at the Club Held at the Held at the at The Club Youth Center Youth Center 28 October 29 October 29 October 5 November Members Only Breakfast 19 November at the Club, 8-10 a.m. US Air Force Club Membership Campaign runs 1 October through 31 December and is open to active duty, reserve, national guard, civilian and retiree eligible members. Watch for upcoming special Club events and your chance to become a member of the Club at Andrews. It Pays to Be a Member! Andrews Chapel (301) 981-2111 Catholic Worship: Sunday Mass: 0845 and 1900 Weekday Mass: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 1200 and Wednesday: 1200 at the Hospital Chapel Reconciliation: By appointment on the first Sunday of each month at 1800 & 1845. Catholicism 101: Classes are available. For details, contact the Catholic Coordinator at (301) 981-2249. Protestant Worship Sunday Services will begin in late Traditional: 0930 at September. Chapel 2 Contact Ch Mark Contemporary: 1000 Hunsinger for details at Gospel: 1130 (301) 981-2263 Islamic Worship: Fridays: 1330 *All Services and Events are at Chapel 1 unless noted. kickoff 26 September at Chapel 1 from 7-9 p.m.
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