|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
HBtop st 2. mployees offer ideas Clubs promoting memberships rQ From Aug. 15 Nov. 18, AFB dubs hold the Air Force's "Ultimate Membership Drive" Additionally, First BankCard Center is of fer-ing zero percent APR for new members for the first six months. Club members with chil- and one lucky Air Force Materiel Command winner win get a new car. Additionally, one lucky AFMC Preferred Plus! member will win $15,000 during the "Grand Giveaway" promotion that goes through Oct The Innovative Development through Employee Awareness ID EA Program continues to be a popular and valuable avenue for Hill AFB employees to gain recognition while improving their work processes. From Oct 1. 2000 - July 31. the program has ideas were received 827 ideas, from which approved. Submitter's received awards totaling $190,923 resulting in tangible savings of $4363.014 and intangible benefits. Submitters can submit their ideas electronically at https:ideas.satx.disa.miL Employees who participated in the IDEA Program during July are: - 14 or younger can register them in the "Cuddle Club" and the children will get a membership card and a free birthday meaL At the end of the drive, one child will win a new bicycle from AAFES. From August through October, current and new members receive an entry form each time one per they make a purchase at the club end of each club At the per day. person per week, a winner is drawn and receives $25 in Club Bucks. At the end of the drive, the entry forms will be combined and one lucky member will receive a weekend getaway to dren 31. During the membership drive, the Hill clubs hope to recruit 150 new members with the help of current members. At the end of the drive, the current member who recruits the most new members will win $100 in club bucks, and the squadron recruiting the most new members receives $200 in club bucks. New members who sign up between Aug. Wen-dover.Ne- v. 15-No- v. 18 receive an incentive package that includes Aircraft Directorate: David Bailey, Don S. Blood, Bratt-do- n John N. Burr, Mark Buk. Ronald C. Carter. K. William D. Croby. Mark Ellison. Mike Greyly. Groeneboer. Michael A. Henrie. Leslie B. Hunt. William D. Loudin. Garron B. Mortenson. Mike J. Nelson, Edward . J. Orel Wayne J. Owens. Ernest Salazar, Allison G. Burnis L Skinner. Kent E. Stewart. Bruce L Strong. James C. Terry. George L Vega. Marvin K. Vore III. Harold E. Walsh. John F. Williams Commodities Directorate: John W.AspinwalL Annette F. Burrell, Jamie Cannon, Daniel Cisowski. Marilyn Clark. Rodney L Davis. Dee C. Doney. Ecardo Hernandez, Daniel R. Hof f. Toni M. Hof froan, William G. Howard, Ellis G. Jennings, Bruce W. Jensen, Lance P Kelson. Kendall S. Kerby, F. Bodily. During the "Grand Giveaway" promotion. Preferred Plus! members are eligible for a command-wide drawing for $ 15,000 cash. Services will give away a number of prizes in addition to the $15,000 grand prize including DVD players, PlayStations, free lunches, free rounds of golf and more. For Cub membership information, contact the Enlisted Club at ExL or the Officer's Club at ExL For Preferred Plus! information, call Services Marketing at ExL complimentary certificates for lunch, dinner, bowling, auto service, wood shop use, base restaurant meals, golf, skeet or trap shooting, transportation and a souvenir. Club applications will be available at the Summer Bash picnic Aug. 8 in Centennial Park from 11 a.m.-- l p.m. or from the clubs anytime they're open. Club Members are automatically enrolled in the Preferred Plus! Program, which gives members 10 percent discounts on purchases of goods and services at most Services facilities. 5. 251 Shk-lds- . Michael E. Kazkiwd. David Mike! A Mikebon. Pre-ston J. M.ller. Rod Veilon. Wylie Otterstrom, Fam Pek h. Bbine C. Ravi Alavine Sanchez, Brian ShoCy. David R. Sfcupe. Harry LSiiutKThixiSviixWJrTresaTwtnas. Dean E. Tippens. Alfredo que. Lee Velasquez. Dave R. Wad man ICBM System Pp itjram Office: Stepht-- W. Aaeilanida. Ik-zV! Baker, Gerald L Bird. Seven C. Church. Gary W. Clark. Luri Davis, Michael M. Dunn. MilandroT. Guiao, Michael K. Hall Sidney S. tatt. Dwight B. Kirby, Harry M. Lambert Keith D. McComsey, Christine Moore. John S. Moor, Richard Morrison, Rickey E. Norton. Michael A O'Conm-U- . Andrew C. Perkins. Bruce P Peterson. Michael E. Sakashita. Michael J. Schmidt, Pat Stephenson, Timo- thy H. TV r rt II. Jeremy D. Thodes. John Thomas, Christo-- ' pher R. Thompson. William C. Zondervan Harry Z. Krrr. Scon D. W Lovato. Glen A Me ki-W- Technology and Industrial Support Directorate: Douglas R. Baird, tennis Bingham. Jamt-- s L Carter. George Cluster. Steven A Henderson. Michael D. Higley. Douglas W. Jensen. George P. Jones. John S. Kreuzer. David K. Manuel Ernest L StuUman. Dav id L Thomas. Val S. Warren. 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