|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|
28 n 1 in Csn i AROUND THE HILL May 10, 1991 Hilltop Times AauXft THURSDAY: Paper puppets. 4 p.m free. FRIDAY: Roller skating in the gym. p.m., tl for members, $1.50 for A limited number of skates available for a rental fee. "The Wizard of Oz" on video, 6 free. INSTRUCTIONAL CLASSES: Karate, ballet, tumbling, piano, jarz and creative movement. For more information contact the Youth Center. Ext. 72419. HOURS: Monday-Thursdap.m.. Frip.m.. Saturday Ml p.m., Sunday 8 p.m. day 1991 MEMBERSHIP CARDS: On sale now for $8. ESSAY CONTEST: Write a essay on why your dad is the best. Deadline is May 31, 9 pjn. Prizes include a plaque, fruit basket, dinner at the NCO Club and a $20 gift certificate for the base exchange. Winner will be announced June 12. 2 at SPRING CARNIVAL: May t 6-- 8 C non-Membe- rs. 50-ce- nt nYouih Center pa, TODAY: Roller skating in the gym. r p.m., fl for members, $1.50-foA limited number of skates rental fee. are available for a Lock-i9 p.m.-- 7 SATURDAY: Open house. a.m. Parental permission slip required. SUNDAY: Family roller skating in the gym, p.m., SI for members, $1.50 Parents 6kate for for free. A limited number of skates available for a rental fee. MONDAY; Beach blanket volleyball, 4 p.m., free. TUESDAY: Family dining night, 6 p.m., 6-- 8 non-member- s. 50-ce- nt n 4-- 6-- 6 non-member- s. ss 50-ce- nt reservations required. WEDNESDAY: Checker tournament, p.m., free. 4 29-Ju- ne SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA: Discount tickets are available for Disneyland, Sea World, Universal Studios, Knottsberry Farms, Movieland Wax Museum, Queen Goose, Magic Mountain, San Diego Zoo and Wild Animal Park. FIGURE SKATING: 1991 Tour of World Figure Skating Champions at the Salt Palace June 1. Tickets on sale for $30.50. 49TH STREET GALLERIA: Unlimited activity pass for $6, hich includes bowling, golf, skating and the batting cages. We also carry individual activity passes for Mar)-'Spruc- salad, mashed potatoes, corn, roll apple pie and beverage. Cost is $3 per family member. Make reservations by today, call Ext. 72419. Summer Day Camp 3-- 9 y 3-1- 1 Tickets and Tours Centennial Park, featuring kiddie and adult rides, games, concessions and entertainment. FAMILY DINING NIGHT: Tuesday. Menu includes chicken fried steak, REGISTRATION: Now under way, continuing throughout the summer. CAMP DATES: June 23, 6:30 a.m. 5 p.m., -- Monday-Frida- e $2 25 y, FOR MORE INFORMATION: 72892 or stop by Bldg. 524. ACTIVITIES: Swimming, bow ling, roller skating, sports, games, arts and crafts, drama, music, dance, cooking, field trips and Red Cross first aid classes. COST: $50 for days a week or $17 a 2 dayy a week. Includes breakday for fast, lunch, snacks and all activities. QUESTIONS? Call Ext. 72419. Call Ext. Retirees' Activities The Retirees" Activi- 3-- 5 MONDAY-FRIDAY- 1-- : ties Office, Bldg. 308, north side, is open from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For information call Ext. 75735. 3 Pass The Legacy 1 We're opening doors to a great bankin of way On... wo hundred years after the drafting of JLL the Constitution, Americans are still working to pass the legacy oa U.S. Sav- ings Bonds can be a valuable part of that legacy. With market- - based rates, Federal income privileges, al exemption from State and local income taxes, bonds arc a safe, competitive invest- ment for the individual and a way to help America grow. Don't miss the Grand Opening celebration of Key Bank's newest branch in Lay ton --Thursday, May 16th. Stop by and welcome the newest Key Banlfto the neighborhood! We have a brand-nebranch at 999 North Hillfield Road in Layton-an- d to celebrate, we're hosting a Grand Opening with free hot dogs and drinks, balloons, gifts and fun. Plus, drawings where you could win a remote control color TV cash or other prizes! Our Layton Hills branch is conveniently located by the Layton Hills Mall. You can do your banking having to go out of your way. You'll find a ATM, so you can bank anytime, any day of the year. bankPlus three convenient drive-thr- u ing lanes. And of course, Key Bank's full range of innovative accounts and services -- from savings and checking to CDs, home equity loans, credit cards, investments and more. They're all designed to make managing your money-a- nd making more of than ever. w fast-with- out 24-ho- ur it-ea- sier See you at the celebration! Special offer on Key Choice Checking! Key Choice Checking is absolutely free of service charges with a minimum balance of only $100. And, through September 1- -at our Layton Hills branch only -- your first 200 Key checks are also free! Check it out! Our new branch lets you bank when it's easiest-o- n Saturdays! Saturday Lobby Hours: 10 am-- 3 pm; Hours: 10 am-- 3 pm. Our new manager is here for you. At our Grand Opening, say hello to branch manager Michael Gomm. With his years of banking experience, he'll help you make the best financial choices. Michael K Gomm, Assistant Vice President and Layton Hills Branch Manager Mon.-Thu- 9 ., Fri., 9 am-- 6 pm; Sat., 10 on Saturdays. Drive-thr- u Layton Hills Office Lobby Hours: banking Full-servi- ce We can't wait to show you our new Layton Hills branch -- and how it will open doors to a better way of banking for you. So stop in for our Grand Opening fun Thursday, May 16th through Saturday, May 18th! pm; pm. am-- 3 Hours: Drive-thr- u 9 Mon.-Fri- ., Sat., am-- 5 10 am-- 3 Telephone: 625-462- am-- 6 pm; pm. 9 Gifts available while supplies last. All prize entries must be received at the Layton Hills branch office on or before June 29, 1991. You need not be present to win. No purchase necessary. 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