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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
LM1 siA(alM3(o3 E)a by Tom Cox Retiree Activities Hill AFB's Retiree Appreciation Day is : scheduled for Aug. 28, and organizers plan to make this years event the most successful to date. This involves a great deal of effort and expense on the part of the base and is your opportunity to show appreciation by showing up. In the past, less than two percent of the retirees in our geo graphic area of respon Exchange Service and the Commissary. The National Association for Uniformed Services is a military association representing all ranks and services and spouses of deceased retirees. It has been a faithful representative of the military retirees in the halls of Congress. Retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Mike Pavich, president of the Utah Defense Alliance, will speak on issues affecting the future of Hill AFB and northern Utah economic interests. sibiHty have attended. This has been dis- l.r,.,.,.in,.i.i economic the Utah and juice in the Officers' Club Wasatch Front 3 area by sup porting the x Congressman Merrill Cook sentatives. The program will start at 9 a.m. in the club Heritage Room and will conclude at approximately 11:45 a.m. This year's keynote speaker is retired Air Force Maj. Gen. Dick Murray who is the current president of the National Association for Uniformed Services. Murray will speak about national defense and other issues of concern to retirees, particularly healthcare, the Army Air Force jU ,J ' t..,,,!- - , Move In for j I nu Down with a Monthly Payment of Only to 6 Bedroom Homes Attractive rambler and two story models to choose from y will be one of our guest speakers and we will have staffers from some of the other congressional and senators offices. We hope to provide you with an opportunity to let your voice be heard to your repre- i.i .iijii, From 1,26- 5- 1,810 sq ft. 14 acre lots continuing pros perity and devel opment ofHill AFB. The Enlisted Club, the Base Dining Facility, at 7:30 a.m. until 8:30 a.m., or until we run out of goodies. I. Adjacent to Glen Eagle Golf Course Choose Your Complete Home Packages Starting from the Low $ 130s growth and welfare of . m Murfield at Glen Eagle LEGACY SERIES moting the tries, coffee . .1 '"fly"" northern Utah with the mis sion of pro- of the effort Lounge, cour tesy of the Hill AFB Commissary , group based in appointing in view expended, and we encourage you to attend. The day will start with pas-- FWiMU!l The Utah Defense Alliance is a civic H"f - Int. 1320 S. 1700 S. fAntglope Dr.) Vaulted Ceilings 2 Car Garage Full Gourmet Kitchens j Exit 335 Murfield 4000 West 1320 South the Base Restaurant and the Army Air Force Exchange Services facilities will be open for lunch. The 75th Medical Group will conduct a health fair in the Enlisted Club at noon. They will offer medical screenings, health briefings, pharmaceutical advice on med- fjlf m&m-M-- ication and other services. A representative from the Veterans Administration will be on had to answer questions. The Military Personnel Flight will issue identification cards, survivor benefits and personal affairs counseling. Auto registration will also be available. AAFES will have retiree special discounts, a wine tasting and other special events to celebrate the day. Birthday Parties Available! M f ill S fAVy ii 10 Kid's Meals of your choice includes toy) Cake and ice cream for everyone Birthdav dift for the blrthdav nhild Party games coordinated by our Birthday Party Hostess will also decorate the birthday area, serve meals & clean-u- Hostess p Prizes given out for all games Unlimited play time for everyone in our NEW Play Woridl the great price ($50 for everythingo ana convenience You'll love of it all. Transition lecture offered The Retired Officers Association will meet Sept. 8, from a.m. at Bldg. 238 in the Technical Repair Division conference room. Dick Crampton, deputy director of the Officer Placement Service for the Retired Officers Association, an expert on transitioning from military to civilian employment, will talk to officers, senior noncommissioned officers and spouses on "Marketing Yourself for a Second Career." In his free 2 12 hour presentation, Cramp-tointroduces the audience to the reali- n ties of the competition in the civilian job market; the perceptions civilian employers have of military personnel; a plan for the job search; tips for strengthening a resume; networking plans; preparing for and conducting a successful interview and salary negotiations and benefit packages. The lecture is presented annually at over 100 U.S. military bases worldwide. It's hard-hittin- g and sharply focused. The lecture has a reputation as a "must attend" for those two to three years or less from separation or retirement. Military members and their spouses are invited to attend the free lecture. While there, they may ask questions and will also receive a free copy of the publication "Marketing Yourself for a Second Career." Those with questions may contact Larry Dawson, Ext S6832 or Or to reserve a seat, call fZ$ up-to-dat- e, W f Bi w HsicAj zj i ai isiozs V i hVJ 803 N. Main St., Layt on and can start to any M i 1 zJ Please call us with questions we 3.1 plan your next celebration! The Thrift Shop Heeds Your Reusable Items. Gall 888-108- 6 to Donate.