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|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
14 August 19, Briefs, from page 1 999 12 from 11:30 a.m. 1 p.m., Dr. Thomas Stoner will be talking on Hepatitis C a huge health threat to more than just medical professionals. The meeting will be held at the Thornton Community Center and open to all Hill personnel (military and civilian) . Lunch will be provided free of charge. Attendees are required to RSVP by calling TSgt. JRamona Mayer, or sending her an Ext. at On Sept. 1 duct audits on the vouchers processed through the PerDiemAzing System. As a PDA test base, Hill is subject to these audits which are scheduled to being in August for the prior month's vouchers, town post-payme- Scholarship opportunity available The Veterans of Foreign Wars organization is sponsoring the "Voice of Democracy" patriotic essay competition. Rule changes have been made to accommo- should be made by Aug. 27. Only the first 100 will be accepted. Squadron seeks instructors VFW Ogden Post 546-094Layton Post The 372nd Training Squadron is looking for instructors to volunteer for the following positions by Sept. 9: AFSC: T2A676. Grade: technical sergeant (staff sergeant may apply) . Base: Kadena AB, Japan. RNLTD: May 31, 2000. MDS: AFSC: T2A373B. Grade: technical sergeant. Base: Eielson AFB, Alaska. RNLTD: Jan. 31, 2000. MDS: For more information contact MSgt. Jeff Donaldson at DSN 7364774 or Jeftdon-- Hispanic Observance activities upcoming Hispanic Observance festivities will kick-of-f Sept. 14 at the south end of Bldg. 295 (The 419th Combat Logistics Support Squadron hangar) . For more infor 801-278-62- 800-572-171- Singles group meets weekly A Field Service Officer from the Veterans of Foreign Wars will be at the Clearfield West Employment Center, 1569 South State Street, from 10:30-11:3- 0 a.m. Veterans should bring DD Form 214, mar- begin at 6:30 p.m. and are followed by a social event with live music. Cost is $10 for members and $15 for For more information, contact the group at or www.utpg.com. riage and divorce papers, birthadopsocial security numbers. 801-595-64- Wi fox N. Main UT Layton, i La ljGlLilI bunt f ull iziuiazs. and Appointments Welcome fczaukij-u- Street 1 84041 mr UT k 3ti , . tiLL-ii- M $1)7) 00:$fl With Coupon Exnirf; 1 (1- - 1 - Q I . iMZASfti rtmtr v """ Hi H 1 II -- "r " r liar ir-ci- 7.v . 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Veterans' officer available - tfizn corns, to: f 00 mdausa.org. liaij vaLtti Ljoux foolzi (jilt not with your handi lying pledge slips, addressing envelopes, videotaping and logging the show, managing a clean-u- p committee and much more. For more information or to volunteer, call the MDA office in Salt Lake City at or MDA national headInformation quarters at about MDA programs and research out more by calling When claiming lodging expenses on the DD Form 1351-2- , claim each place of lodging separately in a lump sum under the "Reimbursable Expenses" block. The nightly rate and taxes will be calculated when receipts are turned in. More information is available at www.hill.af.mil by clicking on intranet, then FM, or at Ext. and aldsonsheppard.af.mil. English-s- month they host a sponsored student. Hill AFB families interested in learning more about student exchange, can find Financial Management travel tip F-1- 6. Albertson's 15-1- 8, requests all unneeded, previously issued crutches are returned to the physical therapy department. Returned crutches help alleviate the occasional crutch crunch and ensure continued availability of the service. For more information, contact TSgt'Mike Campbell, Ext. F-1- 6. f 5-- 6. Foreign high school students are scheduled to arrive soon for academic program homestays and more families are needed. Students are between ages are peaking and have their own spending money, carry accident and health insurance and are anxious to share cultural experiences. Families who host a student are eligible to claim a $50 per month charitable contribution deduction on their itemized tax return for each 8. Hill AFB's physical therapy services (staff sergeant may apply) . Base: Misawa AB, Japan. RNLTD: April 30, 2000. MDS: 'iz or the VFW 5 crunch AFSC: T2A671. Grade: technical sergeant u families needed to host foreign students Clinic experiencing crutches F-1- 5. Jjj-Ljo- 393-158- ; MDA seeks volunteers The Muscular Dystrophy Association is currently seeking volunteers to help with the Jerry Lewis MDA Telethon, set to air Sept Volunteer activities include answering phones, coordinating food; and drinks, helping with mailings, dis-- ' tributing posters, transporting supplies, greeting guests, escorting sponsors, tal-- ' Hill AFB 776-075- 1, 95 ; V Town Dim students. The program offers scholarships up to $20,000 at the national level. For more information, contact Everett or the Hoddy at Ext. "MayerRhillwpos.hill.af.mil." RSVPs nt Way. date students who attend private school or are home taught as well as public school e-m- ail Landscape architects have been pre serving natural landscapers for 100 years, and as part of this centennial celebration, an exhibit highlighting Utah's landscape architects and architecture is traveling throughout the state. The exhibit will be on display through Aug. 27 at the Red Butte Garden Visitor Center, 300 Wakara Kansas City has been designated to con- -- 30 Landscape exhibit set PDA reminder mation on activities and volunteer opportunities, contact Merry Stowell, Ext. RSVPs i BOAT SALES I I yuir i & SERVICE Conveniently Located Off 801-295-59- 99 1-- Exit 318 15 K BOUNTIFUL mm Michael S. Nielsen, M.D. - For All The IHC Health Center in Layton is pleased to welcome Michael S. Nielsen, M.D., a primary care physician who recently joined the clinic's medical staff. Dr. Nielsen provides comprehensive family health care for infants, children and adults, including obstetrics and preventive medicine. An Ogden native, Dr. Nielsen received his undergraduate degree from Weber State University. He completed his medical degree at the University of Utah School of Medicine, with high honors through the Family Practice Honors Program. , 5"? ' . 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