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Ik August 2. 2001 ;n winner Reld conducting golf clinic PGA k: n 40108 Open, the 1997 Tucson Chrysler Classic. Las Vegas Invitational and the Utah Open Championship. Tournament check-i- n starts at 10:30 a.m., followed by an 11 a.m. golf clinic with Reid and lunch at noon. Play begins at 1 p.m. with a shotgun start. Military and DoD civilian employees pay $90 to play; all others pay $125. Fee includes ' lunch, hors d'oeuvres, green fees, cart and i' prizes. The Aerospace Heritage Foundation of: Utah sponsors the tournament. Proceeds will go to the Hill Aerospace Museum. ' Deadline to sign up is Friday. For more information, call Ted Holston at Ext. 11, or Carol Nash at Ext. by Rhonda Elmore 75th ABW Public Affairs PGA Tour winner Mike Reid conducts a golf clinic as part of the third annual Commander's Cup Golf Tournament Aug. ; Two-tim- e 0 13 at the Hubbard Memorial Golf course here. Reid, known as "Radar" for his accuracy off the tee, lives in Provo. He won the 1987 Seiko Tucson Open and the 1990 Casio World Open. Other tournament victories include the Touchstone Energy Tucson Open, the Greater Milwaukee Open, the 1990 Ben Hogan Utah Classic, the Michelob ChamPhoto by Airman 1l Class Heather Zokal CoL David 0. Dyche, 86th Airlift Wing vice commander, leads the way for NBA star Shaquille O'Neal during a visit to Ramsteln Air Base, Germany. O'NeaD vosnlts KarcrosteDini don't have enough fun stuff to do," he by Airman 1st Class Robyn Dorocak said. "When I was stationed with my family in Germany, youth basketball programs RAMSTE1N AIR BASE, Germany (AFPN) gave me something to strive to do my best Germany, a drill sergeant, basketball and at." music created a path for Shaquille O'Neal, Midnight basketball programs and music Los Angeles Lakers' center, to accomplish are outlets O'Neal told children here they the goals he created for himself at age 7. need to get involved in to develop their leadNBA the a visit star here 27, During July ership skills. credited being a military child for giving "Every kid needs to learn to be the leader him the life lessons he needed to succeed. not the follower," O'Neal said. "Kids know "As a military child I first learned how to the right thing to do. They just need to have deal with different types of people and how someone to talk to." to deal with order," O'Neal said. It is important to have, role models, but Originally from Newark, N.J., O'Neal moved to always try to achieve more, O'Neal said. several times as a child because his father The role models children choose in their was an Army drill sergeant. lives help the process of becoming a leader. "Because I grew up with a drill sergeant "To me, a role model is someone who in my life, I respect order and it really you can talk to, someone you can reach out gave me the discipline to be a leader and not and touch and someone you can ask, 'why?' a follower," he said. "It also helped me For me, that was my parents," O'Neal said. O'Neal's father often took his youth basstay out of trouble." O'Neal began playing basketball around ketball team to the hospital and to visit less the age of 7. Playing basketball is what kept fortunate people, and that helped the team him entertained, he said. His experiences realize they were blessed, he said. in youth sports programs on different mil"One thing that is important for all kids to him to installations an outlet do is not to try to be like their favorite pergave grow itary as a player and a person. son," O'Neal said. "They should try to be "The problem with kids these days is they better than their favorite person." 86th Public Affairs Airlift Wing 11 TBITTW IIMMIW pionship at Kingsmill, 1988 NEC World Series of Golf, the 1990 Kmart Greater Greensboro 3, SEORlSBRIEF Logan walkers honored Hours for Pool No. 3, located west of thef Base Clinic, are noon-- 7 p.m. Monday, Wednes-day, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday; noon-- ' ' 9 p.m. Friday; and closed Tuesday. Family Night swimming is Friday from 9 p.m. information, call Howard Howard at . Ext. The Health and Wellness Center sponsored a "Walk to Logan" fitness program, from 30. Participants received Aggie April ice cream from Utah State University. High-mil- e walkers were Damen Nixon, 95.8; John Davis, 95.8; and Hazel Christensen, 88.7. Mileage for other participants is Faye Hope, 60.5; Anna Cano, 57; Terry Kilburn, 54.7; Anna Miera, 50.3; Lori Wagner, 48; Liz 20-Jul- 1' y D Hockey team needs members : The Hill Falcons hockey team is looking ! for more players. Pick-u- p games are played ! on the weekends at the Ice Sheet in Ogden. ! For more information, call Russ Hanson at ! and leave a message, or send an e- ' mail to russell.hansonhill.af.mil. 544-866- 2 D Football league practicing The Sunset Dragons team, Utah Football League, is preparing for the next season. Interested players should call Mark Grogan at Practice is scheduled for Sept. D Hess has personal trainers Certified personal trainers at the Hess Fit- ness Center, Bldg. 520, provide free instruc-- ; tion and guidelines to help you get into shape and to maintain and improve your health. The trainers are available by appointment. to schedule a session. Call Ext. 773-881- 4. 15 at 3 p.m. in Power line Park, 1725 W. 1800 North, Sunset. Pool hours listed D Hess hosting fitness seminar Hours for Pool No. 2, located at the Enlisted noon-- 7 Club, are 7 p.m. Tuesday-Friday-; p.m. Saturday and Sunday; and closed Monday. Lap swimming is available from 7 a.m. Skip La Cour, Ironman Magazine staff writer and 1998 Natural Bodybuilder of the Year, will present a bodybuilding, fitness and motivational seminar in the Hess Fitness Center Gym, Sept. 15 from 11 a.m.-- l p.m. Admission is free. 1-- 5-- and 11 a.m.-- l p.m. weekdays. Water aerobics are from 7 a.m. and a.m. 6-- For'-mor- 6-- Umpleby, 47.3; Eugene Larkin, 47; Jon Davis, 47; Maj. 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