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13 K2!topt 2001 July 2 Around the IHill This Wee and a buffet. Friday Monday Taffy Town Tour in Salt Lake City, 10 a.m.-- p.m., sponsored by Tickets and Tours. The cost is $5 for transportation. 3 Saturday Discover Salt Lake City Tour, 10 a.m.-- Test Your Knowledge Trivia Contest, 6 p.m., Enlisted Club. Wednesday 3 New student registration, a.m., Hill Field Elean School. original birth certificate, Bring mentary immunization record, parent and child Social Security numbers, emergency phone numbers, proof of residency and work place or cell phone numbers. p.m., spon- sored by Family Support. Take a plunge and visit Layton Surf & Swim, noon-p.m., sponsored by Youth Activities. Open to ages the cost is $3.50 per person. Bring extra money for snacks 4 6-1- 9-1- 1 Spouse Employment Orientation, helping newly arrived civilian and military spouses know what to expect when seeking jobs in the area, 3 p.m.. Family Support Center. and tube rental. Retirees' Night, featuring music from the 20s, 30s and 40s Chapel Schedule Menus O Enlisted Club fet, $5.75, 1 1 a.m.-- l p.m.. $5.75. Bar menu available from 1 1 a.m.-- l 1 p.m. Thursday night Bingo, early bird, 6:30 p.m. Regular program starts 7 p.m. Two Bingo specials, $750 and $2,500 coverall, so come on out and enjoy. FRIDAY: Lunch special, halibut, $5.75, 11 a.m.-- l p.m. High Tide, 4:30 6:30 p.m. Enjoy a live band and seafood broil on the patio starting at 6 p.m. Music Request Night. 8:30 p.m.-- p.m. Beverage promo. Beer Promo. s SATURDAY: dinner for two, filet mignon or halibut. Entertainment at the Wasatch Request Night with I)J Al, 8:30 p.m.-- a.m. SUNDAY: Enjoy hot dogs and snacks on the patio. Lounge menu not available on Sundays (luring summer months. Bring your darts and friends. Club closes at 7 p.m. MONDAY: Lunch special, ribs, fries and coleslaw, $5.75, 1 1 a.m.-- l p.m. Trivia contest is back starting at 6 p.m. Club closes at 10 p.m. TUESDAY: Lunch special, taco salad. $5.75. 11 a.m.-- l p.m. Bar menu served. 1 1 a.m.-p.m. Enjoy Bingo every Tuesday starting at 6:45 p.m. WEDNESDAY: Lunch special, fried chicken buf TODAY: Steak for lunch. -- 2 3 9 tal buffet. O a sweet visit to Taffy Town in Sr Lake City. Friday from 10 a.m.- - 3 p m tot Call rickets and Tours at Ext details. Tad p.m., Officers' Club. 0 Officers' Club 1 11 a.m.-- l p.m. Show LUNCH HOURS: Mon.-Friyour club card and get a 10 percent discount. For For catering, call information, call Ext. Rosalie Karras at TODAY: Steak for lunch. 1 1 a.m.-- l p.m., $5.75. Sandwich line, desserts and other lunch items also available. FRIDAY: Lunch special, $5.75, 11 a.m.-- l p.m. SATURDAY: Retirees' Night from 6 10 p.m. Open to all, enjoy a delicious meal and dance to music from the 20s. 30s, and 40s played by Brian Way-ma., las Theological Seminarv. BARNES WILL ALSO SPEAK Aug. 12 in chapel worship services at 8:30 and 11:15 a.m., and 1 p.m. CATHOLIC WORSHIP SERVICES: Base Chajiel, Bldg. 475, Saturday, 5 773-493- Tickets LOCATION: Bldg. 150, (east wing of the Officers' Hours are or Ext. Club) call Ext. weekdays, 9 a.m.-- 5 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m.-- l p.m., closed Sunday and holidays. INFORMATION, TICKET & TOURS: Offers disattractions. count tickets to local and N&N Travel, Services leisure travel planner, is on hand to make all of your transportation reserr can vations and ticketing. Enterprise ensure you have ground transportation ready at your destination. For more information, call Ext.7-352Rent-a-Ca- TOURS: A minimum of six people must sign up for each tour. Friday, Taffy Town, Salt Lake City. Departs 10 a.m., returns 3 p.m. $5 per per LOCATION: Skills Development 534 on 11th Street. HOURS OF OPERATION: Frame Shop: Sun.- 10 a.m.-- 5 p.m.; Fri., Mon., closed; Tues.-Thurs- ., 10 a.m.-- 4 p.m.; Sat., 10 a.m.-p.m.; Tues.-Thuropen for custom frame business only. Fri. and Sat. will be made available to customers. .Engraving Shop: New hours Mqn.- - Fri. 10 a.m.- - 5 p.m., closed Sat. and Sun. Auto Skills Center: Sun. 10 a.m.- - 8 p.m.; p.m.; Mon. closed; Tues.-ThurFri.-Sa- t, 10 a.m.- - 6 p.m. No mechanic on duty on only. No emissions or Sundays. inspections on Sunday. Wood Shop: Sun.-Tuep.m.; Fri. closed; p.m.; Sat. 10 2 s. 6 s. Wed.-Thur- a.m.-- 6 4-- 8 s. 2-- 6 p.m. PHONE NUMBERS: Frame Shop, Ext. Engraving Shop, Ext. Wood Shop, Ext. Auto Shop, Ext. and Director, Ext. JEWISH SABBATi I SERVICES: Ogden's Congregation B'rith Sholem, 2750 Grant Kol Ami. 2425 E. and Salt or Ave., phone 2760 S.. SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DAMILITARY LIAISON: Chaplain (1st Lt.) Rodney Campbell. Chaplain (LL Col.) Steve Titensor, or Chaplain (Lt. Col.) Gaylen Buckley, Ext. for information. Meetings are not held at the base chapel due to the numerous meetings held locally. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST FOR INFORMATION: 780 E 24th St., Ogden. Sunday 1 a.m., Wednesp.m. Saturday. Call day 7 p.m. Reading room p.m. Wednesday, for information, GREEK ORTHODOX ORTHOS: Morning prayer held Sundays at 9 a.m. with Divine Liturgy at 10 a.m., Greek Orthodox Church of the Transfiguration, 674 42nd St., Ogden. For more information, call ISLAMIC SOCIETY OF SALT LAKE CITY INFORMATION: For monthly prayer schedule, write to the Islamic Society of Salt Lake, 740 South 700 East, Salt hike City, UT 84102. ECUMENICAL ACTIVITIES SINGLES MINISTRY: Food, Bible study, fun activities to help develop relationships. Come and join us at the chapel basement, Bldg. 475, Sundays at 6 p.m. Refreshments will also be served. OTHER SERVICES FLIGHTLINE BIBLE STUDY: Fridays, 1 1:30 a.m., Bldg. 36, Rm. 1 10. A free lite lunch will be offered. Call Chaplain (Capt.) Ricky Harvey at for details, or just show up. Ext. for information on local churches or CALL THE CHAPEL, Ext. check the Yellow Pages of the telephone directory. NEED MORE INFORMATION? FDR INFORMATION concerning activities, parochial schools or to reach a chaplain, call Ext. or check the Chapel Web site at www.hill.af.milchapelindex. For emergency assistance after duty hours, call the Command Post, Ext. SUNDAY: Bingo has picked up and is going strong. Come out and try your luck, p.m. Food spe- k r, 2-- 6 4-- 8 six-wee- 0 rant menus and club 399-966- 621-372- 9 announcements. Direct all questions to the editor, Ext. 484-150- 2-- 6 cials. MONDAY: Lunch special, fried chicken buffet, $5.75, 11 a.m.-- l p.m. TUESDAY: Lunch special, $5.75, 11 a.m.-- l p.m. WEDNESDAY: Lunch special, ethnic buffet. $5.75, 11 a.m.-- l p.m. 1 5-- 7 For more details, call . . . Bowling Center Chapel Command Post 399-223- or Master Sgt. William Chick at (803) Iittlechickmsn.com for location and dates. 932-959- 6 Tours son for transportation. See Utah's candy factory and watch an animated cartoon of how candy is made. Fun for all ages. LOCAL: Cinemark Theaters, Cineplex Odeon Theaters, Dinosaur Park, Hogle Zoo, Cherry Hill, and Lagoon. Subsidized UTA bus passes, reg. $17.60, premium, $38.50. DISCOUNTED ATTRACTIONS: Disneyland, Disneyland's California Adventure Land, and other for Southern California tickets. Call Ext. more information. CALIFORNIA HOTELS: Anaheim, Stovall's Best Western Inn; Anaheim, Ramada Conestoga Hotel; San Diego, Inn Suites Hotels weekdays and ' AMERICAN LEGION service officer visit. Aug. 10, a.m., South 8:30-1- 0 Employment Center, 480 27th Street, Ogden; and 10:30-Employment Center, 1350 E. 1450 South, Clearfield. 1 Enlisted Club Family Support Center Golf Course Health and Wellness Center Hess Fitness Center Hill 1:30 a.m., West Officers' Club Outdoor Recreation Services Marketing 5:30-8:3- POLICE SERVICES PROGRAMS: The 75th Security Forces Squadron offers a wide variety of crime prevention programs such as Operation ' ID, McGruff the Crime Dog, McGruff House, Neighborhood Crime Watch, Operation Identification and Vacation Quarters Watch. For more information about these programs, or other police services, contact Tech. Sgt. Mark Borgerding at Ext. k 6-- 8 13TH ANNUAL HAFB ROD RUN: Aug. 12, a.m.-- 4 p.m. Centennial Park. BAND COMMANDER-CONDUCTOThe 567th Air National Guard Band of the Northeast, a unit of the Massachusetts Air National Guard, needs a commander-conductoThis is a traditional Air National Guard position requiring part-tim- e service (one weekend per month and two weeks per year). ARTIST CRAFTSMAN AND PHOTOGRAPHY CONTEST entries are clue to the Skills Development Center, Bldg. 534, on Sept. 14. Entries will be on display .. at the Skills Development Center Sept. The contests are open to all base ID card holders and have adult and youth categories. For a copy of rules and entry forms, stop by the Skills Development Center or call Ext. or HILL AFB WINNERS are forwarded for command-leve- l antifreeze, transmissions fluid, windshield antifreeze, nuts and bolts and more. Call Ext. o you Bilko ttEho r. For more information, visit www.567band.orgvacancy.asp. RECRUITER ASSISTANCE: A recruiter in Tonawanda, N.Y., is looking for airmen and NCOs from the Buffalo, N.Y., area to perform Recruiter Assistance. Under Air Force Instruction Military Leave Program, participation in the Recruiter Assistance Auto Shop Engraving Shop Frame Shop Wood Shop . . . Tickets and Tours Westside Fitness Center Youth Activities Program now allows all active duty military up to 12 leave to participate. Seasoned days NCOs and airmen tell their story to potential applicants and help in recruiting offices. Air Force people interested in signing up for the recruiter assistance program may apply through the local recruiting squadron or commanders using Air Force Form 988. Those interested in applying should first contact Staff Sgt. William Malcolm at (716) 838-419 or by at william.malcolmrs.af.mil. Information can also be found in the permissive TDY guidelines 4 in AFI ' Summer Bash SUMMER BASH: Celebrate 10 years of Summer Bash fun Aug. Scheduled events include Big Bash Bingo, Aug. 6, 7 p.m.. Enlisted Club; Big Bash Golf Tournament, Aug. 7, 7:30 a.m., Hubbard Golf Coursej Basewide picnic and Cardboard Regatta, Aug. 8, 11 a.m.-- 3 p.m., Centennial Park area; Chase the Moose, Ditch the Dog fun run and walk, Aug. 9, 11 a.m., Westside Fitness Center; Free swimming, Aug. 9, noon-- p.m., Pool 2; Hill 7 Then support Hilltop advertisers - they make your newspaper possible! Publicity Openings 10 competition. ENGRAVING SHOP: Let us make your trophies, plaques, name tags, medals and pen and pencil sets. Our computerized engraver allows us to engrave anything that can be copied or typed. Visa, MasterCard and I.M.P.A.C. cards accepted. AUTO SKILLS CENTER: Rates, stall: $2 per hour, bench work: $1 per hour, welding room stall $6 per hour, auto shop resale items available: oil, & Skills Development Police Services Six-wee- k Aerospace Museum Hillcrest Dining Hall k 8 . . . Menu Line THE ARMED FORCES COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONIC ASSOCIATION LUNCHEON scheduled for today has been canceled due to the Phase III exercise. The next meeting will be Aug. 16 at 1 1:30 a.m. in the Officers' Club. AFCEA is open to everyone interested. Call for more information. Cindy Davidson at Ext. per student. Supplies not included in class fee. Joyce Walley, instructor. BEGINNING ACRYIJC DECORATIVE ARTTOLE class begins PAINTING CLASS: Eight-weeSept. 6. 5:30-- p.m. $48 per student. Sare Deome, instructor and certified decorative artist. FOLK ART CLASS: class, begins Sept. 0 11, p.m. $30 per student. Tirzah Probasco, instructor. SCROLL SAW CLASS Four-weeclass, begins p.m. $30 per student. Includes patSept. 11, terns used in class, one saw blade and instruction.-l-arrChantland, instructor. TIRE REPAIR CLASS: The Auto Shop has a new class on the tire changer machine. Individuals who want to use this new machine must watch a training video prior to use. The Auto Shop has a signup sheet for training. For more information, call Education Services Library Organizations Ext. AUTO SHOP STATE SAFETY INSPECTION AND EMISSIONS: Scheduled on the half hour, for an appointcall the Auto Shop at Ext.7-347- 6 ment. Appointments can be scheduled one week in advance. Cost for both inspections is $25. CLASSES: Open to active duty, Reservists, retirees, DoD civilian employees and their family members. Classes are on a rotation, except the basic framing class, which is held every two weeks and the design matting, class held once a month. To call Ext. OIL PAINTING CLASSES START MONDAY OR WEDNESDAY for six weeks at the Skills Development Center. Class is held from 4:30-7:3- 0 p.m. and the cost is $30 per student, supplies extra. BASIC FRAMING CLASS: Saturday, p.m. $25 per student. Supplies not included in class fee. TIME OUT BABY CLASS: Two classes, Aug. 23. p.m., $30 per student. All supples included except for baby clothes. OIL PAINTING CLASS: Two k classes, p.m. $30 begins Monday or Wednesday, 4:30-7:3- appear again. This does not apply to permanent, but constantly changing, items like restau- OTHER INFORMATION Skills Development is located in Bldg. period before It can PROTESTANT WORSHIP SERVICES: Sunday. Base Chapel. Bldg. . 475,8:30 a.m. (liturgical service), 11:15a.m. (general), and 1 p.m.(gosx-l)10 will held each at be School a.m. Sunday Sunday -- & one-mont- p.m.: Sunday. 9:45 a.m. Reunions 4 Due to the large number of items submitted for publication In this section of the Hilltop Times, the number of times a particular item will be run Is limited to four consecutive Issues then there must be h a waiting 1 p.m. 782-550- AIR FORCE, ICELAND AC&W SITES II I, H-H-- 3 AND H-REUNION, April 2003. Call retired POLICY "A LASTING PROMISE,"a marriage enrii hment workshop sponsored by the Hill AFB Chanel Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Prop.m. in the Chaixl Annex, gram, w ill be presented Aug. 1 from 9 a.m.-4:3-0 Bldg. 475. Dr. Gary Barnes, a licensed psychologist will present the free workshop. Space is limited to the first 50 couples, and reservations are Barnes due by Friday. For more details, call the chapel at Ext. will also speak Aug. 12 in chael worship services at 8:30 and 1 : 1 5 a.m.. and 1 p.m. He is the director of Counseling and Testing Services at Dal- p.m. Family dining, orien- 11 a.m.-- l 5-- AROUND THE HILL AFB Day at Raging Waters, Aug. 10, all day, admission $10 adults, $8 ages transportation available for $5 through Tickets & Tours; Rod Run classic car show, Aug. 12, 10 a.m.-- 4 p.m., Cen- tennial Park. CARDBOARD REGATTA: Entry is now open for the Cardboard Regatta, planned as part of the 75th Services Division's Summer Bash. The boat race will be Aug. 8 at 2 p.m. in the Youth Fishing Pond. Boats and oars must be made from cardboard and hold between two and six people. No plastic foam, plastic, fiberglass or wood can be used in the construction. Entry forms are available at any Services facility. Call Ext. for more details. ROD RUN: The 13th annual Hill Rod Run will be Aug. 12 from 10 a.m.-- p.m. in Centennial Park. Registration before Aug. 9 is $15; and is $20 Awards will be presented in 13 categories. Activities include swimming and door prizes, and musical entertainment by J.C. Hackett. 4 on-sit- e.