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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
SPORTS Ice fishing trips Outdoor recreation plans an ice fishing trip Feb. U to Mantua Reservoir or Rock Porte Reser- - - Youth Center Super Bowl IrUwui. . . . Hilltop Times January 19. 2006 J - w ;V v . ' V - - ) ; party The Youth Center plans a Super Bow! party Feb. 5 for youth, The party will begin voir. ages Cost for the trip is $15 per per- at 1 p.m., and the son and departure time is 7 a.m.. cost includes snacks and beverthe morning of the event Meet- ages. Other activities, related to ings are held the Wednesday prior football, are planned during the at 5 p.m. at Outdoor Recreation. party, including passing challengThe fee covers transportation, a es, football knowledge and a Madknowledgeable trip leader and vo- den 2006 tournament. The Youth Center's Keystone Club will prolunteers to help. vide to other games at 25 cents each. Participants are encouraged information, contact the more For be can that warm clothing bring layered, a fishing license, snacks, Youth Center at a sack lunch, and warm boots. Football Frenzy . Weather and temperatures will Club Hill has planned to have determine which venue will be visited. Mantua Reservoir has trout, a Super Bowl party Feb. 5. The bass and blue gill while Rock Porte event does not have a cover charge. There will be food and drink speReservoir has perch and trout. For more information about the cials, including a sponsored grill trips, contact Outdoor Recreation by home depot, price giveaways and prize drawings. at 9-1- 8. 777-241-9. Tii T7a Lest Tcce 5 1 2 723XS 4 3 4 - - iy Tcrce . Let IlizirKit 75 cs Sd 2 4 0 7 U FX 2 5 6 10 1 :3ICC!4 34AMU ; TFB 6 1 3 4 3 6 2 5 5 2 5 6 1 2 2 2 5 0 1 4 3 5 5 2 3 1 6 SS303 1 6 9 GenmSon 75CPTS 1 6 10 UJ:JA 757S 4 643MU?JS 4 75CCG ZZ3 EMSET7S . CGOC . 643 CXSS ' 5 . 8 .6 6 777-222-5. Jt&4! fc.'sfe AF sweeps bowling Ami T"fsitAi championships Softener or Heater Install I Hi m HOME COmfOKJ SYSTIMS Innovation never felt so good. Any BY AMERICAN FORCES Service Call l I r- -, i AND ASSOCIATES PLUMBING & HEATING, INC. 747 East Highway 193 Layton, UT 84041 . . 1 1 7SCC3 TF3 axJ Generators art dropped from league play due to twoO forfc&ix one week. 7 3 - VS. 9 775EOD 6 . l -'- rj 5 Ttzx Seed . , O J RcllA. 544-448- 0" PRESS SERVICE The Air Force swept the individual RENO, Nev. and team efforts in the Armed Forces Bowling Championships at the National Bowling Stadium here Jan. 11. Staff Sgt. Kristen Elmore of Geilenkirchen Air Base, Germany, and Tech. Sgt. Martin Bedford of Hill, won the women's and men's divisions, respectively. Elmore finished her 24 games with a 4,605 total to top the Marine Gunnery Sgt. Lisa Beeksma of Naval Air Station, Penlacola, Fla., who had 4,598. Chief Petty Officer Bessie Lowery of USS Ross, Norfolk, Va., was third with 4,520. Bedford totaled 5,076 to top the men's field. Army Staff Sgt. Dwayne Watkins of Fort Rucker, Ala., was second with 4,902, while Air Force Staff Sgt. Jack Barfield of LaJjJ&yis-Montha- n Air Force Base, Ariz., was third with 4,875. 'Uedfordi Watkins and Barfield advanced to the match playground and qualified to play for a spot on er TeamySA.. y,HV the women's anaji' men's drflsiflnilThgSlS Air Force men totaled 27,835 1 ft,: ..:' i. t:i U1C 5CIVCC5 WU111C11 UU111C1 WI111C pll tS SIU1CU ll,Udl. IImS a. 625-430- noi If3?r1hy, Marines and Navy competed as part of the United for more information Coll .& fTWoTlT!reilCTria event in both Air whales Bowling Congress Team USA Championships. an Armed Forces Sports Office news Compiled from 0 Dale Hibbert, Pediatrics Steve Hibbert, Family Bret Sorensen, Pediatrics Leland Pack, Orthodontist We are proud to welcome Micah Glenn Child, McKay-Dee- 's first baby Accepts Military Insurance of 2006. 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