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1R Katop Around the Hell This Week Due to r cent world events, some meetings or activities might be canceled Call the sponsoring organization for more detail- - 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 a waiting period before it can appear again. This does not apply to permanent, but constantly changing, Items like restaurant menus and club announcements. Direct an questions to the editor, Ext Friday Valley Railroad Murder Mystery Trip, sponsored Heln-- r by Outdoor Recreation The trip leaves Hill AFIi at 5 p.m. and the mystery train departs the tation at 7 p.m. Dessert and hot or cold beverages will be served. The cost is $36 per person, and children miM be at least 10 years old. one-mon- th Saturday Bodybuilding, fitness and motivational seminar hosted by p.m.. Hess Fitness Center gym. The free program is open to all ages. Skip ItCour. a.m.-- l 1 1 Sunday Big Bucks Bingo, Officers' Club. For more details, call trick-or-tre- bags (and a treat) are available at the at ... Bowling Center Chapel Command Post Education Services . Enlisted Club Family Support Center .. Golf Course Health and Wellness Center Hess Fitness Center Hill Aerospace Museum 2 p.m., open to all ranks. Club members must show ID card, nonmembers are charged $2. Monday Free Youth Center, Bowling Center, Information, Tickets, and Travel, library. Outdoor Recreation and the Skills Development Center while supplies last. Hie bags are for ages 15 and younger, one bag per child. For more information, call Services Mar- Hillcrest Dining Hall Library Menu Line Officers' Club keting at Fxt. Wednesday Special story hour honoring Fire Prevention Month, I )uring Force Protection Conditions, using base to cut dow n on gate traf fie. Hours are: RSE RESTAUR. WTS BIdgs. 230 and 1235. 6 a.m.1 p.m. weekdays; Bldg. 507. 6 a.m.-- 8 p m. weekdays; Bldg. 849. 6:30 a.m.-- l p.m. weekdays; Bldg. 225, 5:30 weekdays: Bldg. 129. 6 a m.-- p.m. weekdays. a.m.-noo- D Officers' Club TAKE OIT: Order a takeout meal on the way home or call lor a pickup at Ext LUNCH HOURS: Weekdays. 11a.m.-- 1 p.m. Show your clubcard and get a lOpercent discount For information, call Ext Plan your next For catering, call Rosalie Karras at special function or wedding party at the O'club. TODAY: Steak for lunch, every Thursday. 1 1 a.m.-- l p.nu $5.75. FRIDAY: Lunch special, orange roughy, $5.75, 11 a.m.1 p.m. "DJ Cindy Sue" in main lounge from p.m. SATURDAY: I)J Rose and the Texas Connection will entertain from 7 1 1 p.m. SUNDAY: Today BIG BUCKS BINGO starts at 2 p.m. Cash, monev. food and fun. MONDAY: Fried chicken buffet only $5.75. TUESDAY: Lunch special, ham steak. $5.75. WEDNESDAY: German buffet $5.75. "Ultimate Membership Drive" is in full swing. Enter and have a chance to w in $ 15,000 in cash or a new car. 773-493- 9. 6-- n Enlisted Club .7-46- " 18 -- '. $500-$1.00- -- 66 STATE CAPITOL: Tour at 10 a.m.-- p.m., $5 per for free admission.The Salt Lake City transportation, person capitol is one of the finest examples of Renaissance Revival style in the United States. Built in 1915 of Utah granite. 3 D Hillcrest Dining Facility 5:30-6:30-- BRE.AKF.AST a.m. Monday-Fridaa.m. LUNCH, weekends; 10:30 a.m.-- l p.m. DINNER, daily; 3:30-- p.m. weekdays, p.m. weekends; 0 MIDNIGHT MEAL, 10:30 a.m. weekdays. 8 6 D Fast Eddies Dining Facility 6-- 8 7-- 8 Organizations FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST FOR INFORMATION: 780 E. 24th St., Ogden. Sunday 1 1 a.m.. Wednesday 7 p.m. Reading room 7 p.m. Wednesday, 3 for information. p.m. Saturday. Call Sabrina Stilwell at 5-- 782-550- 0 non-gor- GREEK ORTHODOX 525-840- 775-986- PROTESTANT WORSHIP SERVICES: Sunday, Base Chapel. Bldg. 475, 8:30 a.m. (liturgical service), 11:15 a.m. (general), and 1 p.m. (gospel). Sunday School will be held each Sunday at 10 a.m. SEARCHING FOR TRUE LOVE, a series on romance, is held Sundays at 6 p.m. in the chapel basement, sponsored by the Young Adult and Singles groups. The program will be held every Sunday and refreshments will be served. For more details, call Chaplain (Capt.) Kicky Harvey at Ext. or Tech. Sgt. Tom Koehlerat Ext. 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 399-223- ISLAMIC SOCIETY OF SALT LAKE CITY UT84102. 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. CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER-DASAINTS LDS BASE LIAISON: Capt. Kerry B. Sparks, office phone Ext. home phone Meetings are not held at the base chapel due to the numerous meetings held locally. FOR INFORMATION concerning activities, parochial schools or to reach a chaplain, call Ext. 106 or check the Chapel Web site at www.hill.af.niilchapelindex. For emergency assistance after duty hours, call the Command Post, Ext. 484-150- 779-327- OTHER SERVICES NEED MORE INFORMATION? 7-- 2 Skills Development LOCATION: Skills Development is located in Bldg. 534 on 11th Street. HOURS OF OPERATION: Frame Shop: Sunday-Mondaclosed; Tuesday-Thursdap.m.; Saturday, 10 10 a.m.-p.m.; Friday, 10 a.m.-p.m.; Tuesday-Thursdaopen for custom frame business only. Friday and Saturday will be made available to customers. Engraving Shop: New hours Monday- - Friday 10 a.m.- - 5 p.m., closed Saturday and Sunday. Auto Skills Center: Sunday p.m.; Monday 10 a.m.-- p.m.; Friday Saturday, closed; Tuesday-Thursda10 a.m.- - 6 p.m. No mechanic on duty on Sundays. only. No emissions or inspections on Sunday. Wood Shop: Sunday Tuesday closed; Wednesday Thursday p.m.; Friday p.m.; Saturday 10 a.m.-- p.m. PHONE NUMBERS: Frame Shop, Ext. Engraving Auto Shop, Ext. Wood Shop, Ext. Shop, Ext. and Director, Ext. 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. BASIC W OODWORKING CLASS: Designed for the beginner. Four day class, October and October 23 24, 4 8 p.m. $32 per student, wood and supplies not included in class fee. 5 4 a.m.-- 2 y 6 y 8 -- -- 2-- 6 4-- 8 6 k r, 16-1- -- Tickets INFORMATION, TICKETS AND TOURS: Offers discount tickets to local and attractions. N&N Travel, Services leisure travel planner, is on hand to make all of your transportation reservations and ticketing. TOURS: A minimum of six people must sign up for each tour. FRIGHTMARES AT LAGOON: Oct. 26, tour departs 5:45 11 p.m., $3 per person for transportation, $17 per ticket ages 4 and up. Enjoy Utah's scariest amusement park feachildren's walkturing three haunted houses and a through that is inhabited by friendly characters. LOCAL: Cinemark Theaters, Cineplex Odeon Theaters, Dinosaur Park, Hogle Zoo, Lagoon Frightmares passes $17, Ogden Raptors baseball tickets, Alpine slide, and subsidized UTAbus passes, regular $17.60, premium, $38.50. ENTERPRISE RENT-A-CAOpen weekdays, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Saturday, 9 a.m. - noon, closed Sundays and holidays. Available for all active duty, retired military and DoD civilians. Great specials and weekend rates. After hours pickup -- non-scar- y cued ribs, cheesy potatoes, rattlesnake beans, tossed salad, a roll and peach cobbler for dessert The cost is $14. Reservations are due Friday and made by calling Michelle Lewis at ) or Cindy Moriarty at 774-896- 5 INFORMATION: For monthly prayer schedule, write to the Islamic Society of Salt Like, 740 S. 700 East, Salt Lake City, FLIGHT LINE BIBLE STUDY: Tuesdays, 11:30 a.m., 388th logistics Support Squadron conference room, Bldg. 37. A free light lunch will be offered. Call Chaplain (Capt.) Ricky Harfor details or just show up. vey at Ext. 399-966- OFFICERS' SPOUSES' CLUB: Hill Officers' Spouses' Club is hosting a Welcome Bingo complete with food, games and prizes, Oct. 18, 6 p.m. at the Log Cabin. There will be a Dutch oven meal featuring boneless barbe- 776-554- 9 OTHER INFORMATION JEWISH SABBATH SERVICES: Ogden's Congregation B'rith Sholem, 2750 Grant Ave., phone or and Salt Like's Kol Ami, 2425 K. 2760 South, 621-372- 9 -- Six-wee- six-wee- -- 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, antifreeze, transmissions fluid, windshield antifreeze, nuts and bolts and more.Call Ext AUTO SHOP STATE SAFETY INSPECTION AND EMISSIONS: Scheduled on the half hour. Call the Auto Shop at Ext for an appointment Appointments can be scheduled one week in advance. Cost for both inspections is $26. Tours and drop off also available. For more information, call Ext. DISCOUNTED ATTRACTIONS: Southern California: Disneyland, Disneyland's California Adventure Land, Universal Studios, Knotts Berry Farm, Ripley's Movieland Wax Museum, Magic Mountian, Sea World, Wild Animal Park, San Diego Zoo, Medieval Times and Lego Land. Call Ext. for more information. Florida: Advance ticket sales: order a week in advance, Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, Busch Gardens and Adventure Island. CALIFORNIA HOTELS: Anaheim, Stovall's Best Western Inn; Anaheim, Ramada Conestoga Hotel; San Diego, Inn Suites Hotels weekdays and weekends. AIRPORT SHUTTLE SERVICE: Transportation to and from Mountain View Inn and Salt Lake International Airport $21 one way or $35 for round trip. Reservations required, notice. Purchase vouchers from Tickets and Tours, Believe-It-Or-No- Bldg. 460. (N-Z- ). NCMA SOCIAL: The Great Salt Lake Chapter of the National Contract Management Association is having its annual opening social on Oct 18 at theThiokol Training Center in Ogden Canyon. The guest speaker, Michael Gill, Hill AF"B director of Contracting, will discuss "the Journey ... Focus for FY02 and Beyond." A buffet-styl- e dinner will include prime rib, fish, shrimp, salad and dessert The cost is $ 15 for NCMA members and $20 for Call Tamerra Hite at Ext. or J.P. Shepherd at Ext for RSVP information. t, and annual events. Monthly and social events are held at various locations within the community and allow for networking opportunities, informative presentations by guest speakers, and discussion of current issues with other professionals in related fields. Call Tamerra Hite (hiil.af.mil) at Ext for more information. ....... TOASTMASTERS helps people improve their natural ability to speak, listen and think. It isn't a class, but a club where every member par- ticipates and learns from each other. The Hill Climbers Toastmasters Club 4846 meets 0 every Wednesday from 1 1:30 p.m. in the FM Conference Room located in the r southeast wing of Bldg. 1289. A of administrative leave granted to participants a.m.-12:3- half-hou- in conjunction with a half-ho- lunch. For more information, contact Zana Anderson, Ext. Jerry Coates, Ext. 54750, or Katie Ellis, Ext 54707. AMERICAN LEGION service officer visit Oct 19, 8:30-1a.m., South Employment Center, 480 27th Street; Ogden; and 10:30-- 1 1:30 a.m., West Employment Center, 1350 E. 1450 South, Clearfield. 0 NATIONAL CONTRACT MANAGEMENT ASSOCLVnON is a professional association comprised of members who work within the procurement and contract management industry. Membership is open to military and government and civilian personnel. NCMA offers educational resources and training, certification and credential programs, DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS service offrcer visit Oct 26, 8:30-1am., South Employment Center, 480 27th Street Ogden; and 10:30-1:30 a.m., West Employment Center, 1350 E. 1450 South, Clearfield. 0 1 Outdoor Recreation -- 24-ho- (A-M- related periodicals, and special seminars SCROLL SAW CLASS: Four week class, Tuesday evenings, begins October 16, 6 8 p.m. $30 per student, includes patterns used in class and one saw blade. BASIC FRAMING CLASS: Two classes begin Saturday and October 27, 9 a.m. 12 p.m. $25 per student, supplies not included in class fee. OIL PAINTING CLASS: Two classes begin Oct 22 and 24, k 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. class, Monday or Wednesday, $30 per student. Supplies not included. Joyce Walley, instructor. SCRAPBOOK PHOTO ALBUM CLASS: Two classes, October 16 and 30, 5 - 8:30 p.m. $1 1 per student DESIGN MATTING CLASS: Oct 19, 5 - 6:30 p.m., $10 per student. Includes all supplies. Prerequisite: Basic framing class. FOLK ART CLASS: Oct. 30, 5:30 - 8:30 p.m., k class held Tues.day evenings. $30 per student. BEGINNING ACRYLIC DECORATIVE TOLE PAINTING CLASS: Eight week class begins Nov. 1, Thursday evenings 5:30 8 p.m. $48 per student. & 6 BREAKFAST a.m. weekdays LUNCH 10:30 a.m.-- l p.m. weekdays DINNER p.m. weekdays. FLIGHT KITCHEN open daily around the clock. Hillcrest Dining and Fast Eddies serve military Members only. Chapel Schedule 728-408- 9 p.m.-12:3- Youth Activities 6-- 8 n 3 TAKE OUT: Order a takeout meal on the way home or call for a pickup at Ext 1. TODAY: Steak for lunch, 11 a.m.-- l p.m.. $5.75. Lounge menu available from 1 p.m. to closing. Thursday night bingo, early bird starts at 6:30 p.m., regular bingo program starts at 7 p.m. FRI DAY: Lunch special, seafood platter. $5.75, 1 1 a.m.-- l p.m. High Tide Hour 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. Oktoberfest p.m. Music top 40's, DJ Busy Bee. 8:30 p.m. - 2 a.m. SATURDAY: steak or chicken cordon blue. Top 40s music, dinner for two. DJ Busy Bee. 8:30 p.m. - 3 a.m. SUNDAY: Enjoy football and our lounge food menu from 1 1 a.m. - 6 p.m. TUESDAY: Lunch special spaghetti with meatballs $4.95 served 11 a.m. 1 p.m. Pizza menu served 1 1 a.m. to closing. Bingo Tuesday nights 6:45- - 9 p.m. 0 jackpots. WEDNESDAY: Fried chicken buffet, $5.75.from 11 a.m. 1 p.m. in the dining room. Complimentary shrimp served in casual lounge 5 - 6 p.m. Coverall lingo begins at 6 p.m. for a chance to w in $100. ...5-20- HALLELUJAH HARVEST, an alternative to will be held at the chapel Oct. 31 from p.m. Activities include food, names, prizes and treats. Bring a bag of candy or two to the chapel no later than Oct. 21 if your children plan to attend. Costumes should be Biblical or To help with planning, call Adrienne Gray at or Tootie at Saphronia Yancey at CATHOLIC WORSHIP SERVICES: Base Chapel, Bldg. 475, Mass, Monday-Thursdanoon; Saturday, 5 p.m.; Sunday, 9:45 a.m. restaurants and dining facilities is recommended -- . Outdoor Recreation ....... Services Marketing & Publicity Skills Development Auto Shop ....... Engraving Shop.................:...7-264- 9 Frame Shop........................6-056- 7 Wood Shop Tickets and Tours Westside Fitness Center .. . base library, 10:30 a.m. October 18 departs Menus AROUND THE HILL POLICY HOURS are weekdays 8 a.m.-- p.m., Saturday 8 Sundays and holidays closed. UPCOMING TRIPS: Outdoor Adventure Program trips are open to all DoD employees, their family, and guests. Sign up for all activities at Outdoor Recreation. For ques- -' tions, call Chris Breck, Outdoor Adventure director, at Ext. HEBER VALLEY RAILROAD MURDER MYSTERY, Friday. The trip leaves Hill AFB at 5 p.m. and the mystery train departs the station at 7 p.m. Dessert and hot or cold beverages will be served. The cost is $36 per person, and children must be a least 10 years 5 a.m.-noo- old. LAKE POWELL HOUSEBOAT TRIP, Oct. four-da- y Enjoy a three-nighstay on a houseboat on Lake Powell. The cost is $363 24-2- t, per person and includes transportation, jet skis, ski boat three breakfasts, four lunches and three dinners. Bring sleeping bags, personal items swim suit sun tan lotion and hygiene items a tent and money for additional meals. Children must be at least 10 years old. LOG CABIN: The Log Cabin located on base is available to rent for parties, weddings, receptions, reunions, squadron functions and other events. CENTENNIAL PARK: Centennial Park is located near the South Gate and is available to rent for picnics. There are three pavil- ions. FAM CAMP: Rates are just $ 10 per night and include electricity, water and hookups. The Fam Camp also has restroomshower and laundry facility. All PoD employees and retirees are eligible to use FamCamp sites. For reservations or information, call the Fam Camp host at Ext Community ARTIFACT DISPLAY: A collection of Indian artifacts are on display now through Christmas at Layton's Heritage Museum, 403 N. Wasatch Drive, near Layton High School. The display includes Indian clothing, beaded items, arrowheads, pottery, an authentic lodge and pictures of all Utah Indian tribes. 1 1 The museum is open Tuesday-Fridaa.m.-- 6 p.m. and Saturday p.m. Admission is free. 5 MURDER MYSTERY: Group Ministries and The Messengers of Clearfield Community Church will host "Murder in the Manor," a mystery dinner theater, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m., in the Clearfield Community Church, 200 S. 500 East, Clearfield. Tickets are $2 per person, available by calling Nicole Darling at Cathy Nichols at or the church office at 775-993- 731-411- Police Services POLICE SERVICES PROGRAMS: The 75th Security Forces Squadron offers a 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.