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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
Spt9r 75th ABW Sports Day: members battle it out If f by 2nd LL David J. Dufresne V 6. 203t 4 75th Transportation Squadron The 75th Air Base Wing's Sports Day was a success. More than 230 wing members took part in various activities Aug. 29. Col. David Beecroft. 75th ABW commander, kicked off the day at Centennial Park with a 5K runwalk. The 75th Sup- nnrt firmm rallied fnr firct ntacp in ih ma 1a category and the 75th Logistics Group gar- - L uuiu iw si y lav. c iiuuvis ill I uc 1 iiiait category. One of the most popular attractions was the dunking booth. All four group commanders took a turn getting soaked. Another The CE popular event was the Squadron clearly had the upper hand until all the points were tallied. When all the dust settled, the 75th SG came out on top for the second straight year with 40 points. The group commanders had a productive day raising a total of $75 for Operation Warm Heart. The rest of the activities were bragging rights battles between the 75th CEG and 75th SG. Other Sports Day events included golf, bowling, volleyball, basketball and swimming. In addition, lunch was served to 130 people. o t S 1 tug-of-wa- 1 41' If. I""- - , t I"' r. tug-of-wa- Photo by Senior Airman Rum Martin . y double-eliminati- on 773-321- 5 Morgan plans demolition derby s demolition derby is Sept. 15 at 7 p.m. The state at the Morgan County Fairgrounds. Gates open at 4 p.m. and admission is $8 adults, $4 children. The derby is sponsored by the Morgan County Sheriff's Search and Rescue team and the Morgan lions Club. semi-final- n Volkssport set for Sept. 15 A 21st is Global SPORTS BRIEFS Volkssport Sept. 15, 9 a.m.-- 4 p.m., Centennial in is sponsored by Outevent Park. The starting n door Recreation. Participants can start between 9 and can walk or run for free. Volkssport stamps are $2 before Sunday, or $3 the day of the volkssport; stamps and medals are $7 and $8; and are $10. For more details, call Ext. a.m.-noo- ts Hess hosting fitness seminar Skip LaCour, 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. D Irwin running Blackhorse Marathon The 11th Armored Cavalry Regiment is sponsoring the 19th annual Blackhorse Marathon, Sept. 16 at Fort Irwin, Calif. Registration is $45. For more details, call Marcus Hopkins at To register online, go to (760) 380-383- interested in playing adult baseball from - 2:30 p.m. at at Serge Simmons Field in Ogden. The league will conduct practice, pitching and hitting sessions, followed by an exhibition game at 4 p.m. Teams will be formed in April for the 2002 season. The season begins in June and ends in Septem5 ber. For more details, call Joel Bertrand at or see the website at League www.leaguelineup.comwfmbl. infield-outfiel- d 773-321- toll-fre- e REMOVE UNWANTED HAIR TODAY! Our LightSheer Laser is FDA Approved! I09.9S t V ff L -. ' 0Z NECK SHOULDERS IS801 i LOWER LEGS $ IJ.W $ ims S ISf.K Dr. Dennis Et Harpct uc. yiaroa d arson 24SS7S UPPER LEGS - LAY! ON (801) 775 - 8200 SIFT SALT LAKE . 2600 f (801)572 2501 DEAL WITH SOMEONE YOU KNOW & 7-- D Women forming basketball team D Hockey team recruiting The Hill Falcons hockey team is looking for more players. Pick-u- p games are played at the Ice Sheet in Ogden on 2 weekends. For more information, call Russ Hanson at and leave a message, or send an to September 6 $ "0 At The South Towne Exposition Center Show Hours: Saturday Sunday 9-- 5 Any 12" Sub 564 North Main LIMIT ONE COUPON PER ADULT KIDS UNDER 12 FREE W ADULT ADMISSION m nil msmr hntaf H. Utah Residential 'of i tn ere ial Purchase Reft tin nee Construction I. ox Manufactured Homes Land Lots Credit Problems lliyh Debt Ratio C ReflnanceZi NOW y7 Whilearerates Z Hess Fitness Center, Bldg. 520 Issue Desk: Ext Turn Iowns Welcome Jumro Ians 2nd Intrnurals: Mortgage Lines Credit Fast Clfsitig Medical 6t Rental Patient Credit Cards Duo) ZS S Clearfield 774-868- 9 A,B,C fit n Credit Low Rates 2 OFF 0(D) Only Good With Ad 9-- 4 7-27- 61 Ext Aquatics: Exl 72 17 733 6 UW U Contact the recycling center at 777-900- 7 01n O LTtAIUi u o for more information. Classified ads are $1 per line. Place ads at the Standard-Examine322 So. Ward Ave., Ogden; the Lakeside Review, 2146 North Main, Layton; through $50 to $300 Terms r, Extensions Cash Paid on the Spot Sell Trade Loan Loans On Almost Anything Of Value Highest Prices Paid All Loans Held Up To 4 Months Buy 120 25th Ogden 8 525-095- 6. No Credit Checks EZ EZ 6-- 9 Any female interested in playing for the Hill Women's Varsity Basketball Team, call Senior Airman Angela Jackson at Ext. or CUIll SHOW L-- TRUST D Hess offers Ju Jitsu Ju Jitsu classes are offered Mondays and Wednesdays from p.m., and Fridays from p.m. in the Hess Fitness Center bubble. The Yudansha Ju Jitsu and Arnis class includes joint manipulation throws, takedowns, submission holds and striking techniques. Class is taught by certified instructor Dean Abner. Men and women ages 16 and older are welcome. Class starts Monday and the cost is $35 a month or $5 per class. For information, call Ext. Salt Lake City 8 LASER CLINICS i visit us online at www.advancedlasenclinics.com RANO OPENING league practicing ADVANCED lOf.K EYEBROWS . Guaranteed results i writing - Call today 773-881-4. CROSSROADS OF THE WEST 15-1- (Free 24 hr. Recorded Message) Both the Call and Report are FREE, so call RIGHT NOWI Accident Clinic of Dr. Dale Richards, DC preparing for this season. Interested players should call Mark Practice is scheduled for Sept. 15 at 3 p.m. Grogan at in Power Line Park, 1725 W 1800 North, Sunset. 544-866- D Football The Sunset Dragons team, Utah Football League, is Salt Lake City, IT -- A FREE SPECIAL REPORT has recently been released to the public that exposes Hidden "Inside" Secret Insurance Companies Don't Want You To Know about your Injury Claim. Not having all the facts could affect the outcome of your case. To order your FREE recorded message at copy, call our VjJCHIN set The Wasatch Front Men's Baseball League will conduct a fall workout session Sept. 15 for all players age 28 and over Cflft nnCHIKHT VICTIMS! j UPPER LIP www.llthacr-bha.orgracemarathon.ht- 7. B Baseball league workout wnnrnriG! kV; i 1- Century 1 If.tS $ llf.W $ w T j - D Fall Brawl softball set The 367th Training Support Squadron will host a Fall Brawl softball tournament Friday and Saturday. The cost is $150 per team with a maximum of 10 teams. Trophies will be awarded to the top three places. Concessions will be available all day Saturday. Call Joel Bertrand at Ext. for more details. or .UNDERARMS rm n f . D Tnnrrr-rn- Pi Clock wis from top Staff Sgt. Jim Wilson, 75th Civil Engineering Group, takes a cut at a pitch from his teammate CEG First Sergeant Master Sgt Buddy Paden, Airman 1st Class Vanessa Marotta tries to get a ringer for the 75th Logistics Group In a game of horseshoes. The 75th CEG walked away with the tug of war competition. Staff Sgt Vic Marshall, 75th CEG, takes some time out from the Hill varsity volleyball team to compete In the friendly 75th CEG volleyball game. Inner-rivalr- rifl wmmnt 3948946 MM CoE 625-43- 00 the mail at P.O. Box 12790, Ogden Utah 84412; or over the phone with a credit card at 625-430- 0. Deadline is 5 p.m. Tuesday, the week of publication. cMt iiwte-iK(oAHiaUoii- .