|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|
20 Hitttopp September 2, 1 999 ErOoOD p.m. AROUND THE HILL POLICY 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 FRIDAY: buffet, tor, Ext. Base Restaurants AT SERVICE TWO-FOR-ON- YOUR THE BASE RESTAURANTS offer pastries, a.m.-- 8 p.m. Ext. Bldg. 849: 6:30 a.m.-- l Ext. Bldg. 45: 7 a.m.-9:3- 0 Ext. Monday:Fri-day- p.m. Monday-Frida- y, p.m. Monday-Frida- Bldg. 1235 (Westside): Monday-Friday- 6 a.m.-- 2 , menu also available: FRIDAY: Snapper for lunch 5:30-- 8 p.m. featuring beef tips or chicken and prices. Saturday prime rib $15.95 and grilled halibut $11.95, Sept 11 steak and lobster $21.95 and chicken cordon bleu $11.95, Sept. 18 prime rib $15.95 and fried steak chicken $11.95 and Sept. 25T-bon- e $15.95 and king crab $15.95. The dining room and loung food menu is also available. SUNDAY: Late Night Disco with DJ Busy B, 8:30 p.m.-- 3 a.m. Bands Go On Sale, 8 p.m. Doors open 8:30 p.m. LATE NIGHT DJ: Sunday, 8:30 p.m.-- 3 a.m. with DJ Busy "B". MONDAY: Club closed for holiday. TUESDAY: French dip for lunch 11 a.m.-- l p.m. $4.95. Jazz Night with $1 well, 1 p.m. NIGHT: Every Wednesget two succulent p.m.. You top sirloin steaks or salmon for $16.95 buffet, 5:30-- p.m. $7.50 for members. 8 y, Monday-Frida- WEDNESDAY: Chicken buffet 1 1 a.m.-- l p.m. $4.95. Peel and eat shrimp, 5 p.m. Lounge Bingo, 6 p.m. Karaoke with Todd, 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY FAMILY NIGHT BUF- y. INFORMATION: Need more info on club events or have any suggestions? Call Scott address with your private at Ext and receive updates on upcoming activi- Denotes closure every other Friday. WHAT'S FOR LUNCH? MENU LINE: Ext. - Officers' Club Cafeteria-styl- lunch buffet, 11 e Enlisted Club11 a.m.-- 1 buf- TODAY: Steak for lunch p.m. Fried Chicken Night 5:30-- 8 p.m. $7.50 for members. Draft is just $1 in the lounge on Thursdays from 7 2 dinner. Sept. 8 ribs and chicken buffet with "Pocahontas," Sept. 15 Mongolian BBQ with "Mulan" and Sept. 22 Oriental family buffet with "Simba's Pride." THURSDAY: Steak for lunch 11 a.m.-- l p.m. $4.95. Game night early bird 6:30 p.m. Regular play, 7 p.m. 5-- , ft ''tffl Arranged & 21.99 J' ' (801) 621-236- I . JJ CLOSE-OU- T On 1999 Models Priced to Clear NOW! General George Air T. Babbitt Force Materiel Command Commander, 0 Field Road Layton, Utah N. Mill -- nrr mi iiii biiiViiii -- - H riKmanr.jr frxN ... . Y O o p.m.-12:3- 4-- 6 Base Theater FRIDAY: "South Park" (R) SATURDAY EVENING: "Eyes Wide Shut" (R) EVENING SHOWTIME: 7 p.m. ADMISSION: Adults $3 and children $2. Company Grade Officers ASSOCIATION MEETING:September 10, 3:30 p.m. in the Officers Club. Items on this months agenda include a broomball match on Sept. 18 and upcoming elections. CGOA meets on the first Friday of Nor-mal- l, each month. For more details, contact Capt. ' Nathan Weir at Ext. HP rr rr Quality Education - Utah State Accredited Christian Oriented Small Class Size - Individualized Learning Basic Curriculum - Plus Extended Day Care Multi-Denominatio- To register and for more information, 776-030- of Farmington mo PEN 7 and Accepting Military Insurance - o besisnd "Jos for KIfr en4 Teens" John R. Anderson, DDS (5437) 1401 N. Highway 89, Suite 200, Farmington, just north of K-M- art on Hwy 89 We'd h e happy to toafre your baby f ace jtofle 4 Open Enrollment for Fall Preschoolers - 3 and 4 year olds Kindergarten through 6th grade call :z Dining Hall 776-030- ccccc 'You now have another choice in pediatric dentists!" I Hillcrest WEEKDAYS: Breakfast, 5:30-- 8 a.m.; Lunch, 10:30 a.m.-- l p.m.; Dinner, 3:30-6:3- 0 p.m.; 0 a.m.. Midnight meal, 11 WEEKENDS, HOLIDAYS: Breakfast, 6:30-- 9 a.m.; Lunch, 10:30 a.m-- 1 p.m. (to 1:30 p.m. on Reserve weekend); Dinner, p.m. The School of St. Peter 564 South 800 East Clearfield Environmental, Compliance Must Remain One of Our Top Priorities." (801) 2840 $10. Packets go on sale Sept. 7. Last chance to buy discount packets will be Sept. 24. 'm 2735 Washington Blvd. Ogden, Utah 773-840- time again, get out your favorite Toga, grape leaf outfits and head for the club. This will be one of this year's best parties. Prizes for the best Toga and grape eating contest. Please dress appropriately. Beverage promotion with animal names (i.e. Red Dog, Moosehead, etc.). PAYMENT TERMINAL: Did you forget to mail your club card payment on time and get charged a $15 late fee by the Bank Card Center? The club has installed a payment terminal, enabling you to pay your account at the club. It provides an instant posting to your club card account. GAME DAY: Sept. 26, 3 p.m. Big Bucks Bingo. Buy packets at the Officers' and Enlisted Clubs. Advance packets are as follows, first packet per player $20, second packet per player $15, third packet per player $15 and any additional packets '' BICYCLE 0 ''m! TOGA PARTY, ANIMAL HOUSE PARTY: Sept. 11, 8:30 p.m.-- 2 a.m. Toga! It's that JJJJ SPECIALfff ' l p.m. $4.95. Game night early bird 6:30 p.m. Regular play, 7 p.m. fet, ROSE a.m.-- FETS: Every Wednesday, p.m. except Members Night, cost is adults $3.50 and children $7, youth ages under 6 are free. A family video movie with ties. TODAY: 11 a.m.-- l p.m. $4.95. Wasatch Request Nite, beverage promo, pucker nite. SATURDAY: Wasatch Beach Club request Night, 8:30p.m.-- 2 a.m..Dinner for' Two in the Dining room, p.m. SATURDAY NIGHT DINNER FOR TWO: The Club features great dining with great prices. We're open to serve you from p.m. and offer entertainment in the main lounge afterwards. Talk about an inexpensive night out. Check our menu MEMBERSHIP LUNCH DRAWING: Write your name on the back of your lunch receipt and drop it in the Lunch Drawing box. Drawing each day for the next day's free lunch. Friday's drawing will be for Monday. Every p.m. Ext. , Monday-- 7 Ext. dinner roll, iced tea or coffee. Regular ' a.m.-12:3- Friday, featuring a succulent sirloin, baked potato, vegetable of the day, fresh garden salad, per couple. Each entree is served with veg- etable, baked potato, soup and salad. Want one of each? Go ahead mix and match your entrees. Member cost is just $16.95 for the pair. lunch buffet, 11 THURSDAY: Cafeteria-styl- e a.m.-- l p.m., Fried chicken Night wiches, soups, salads and beverages. Mobile 0 food vehicles operate from 7:30 p.m. HOURS OF OPERATION Bldg. 225N: 5:30 5:30-- 8 E day, breakfast entrees, hot lunch entrees, sand- l p.m. 6-- lasagna. Preferred Plus! members, guess the price of your meal within 5 cents and it is free. WEDNESDAY: Ethnic buffet, 11 ajn.-- l p.m. Two for one steak and halibut night. Mix and match, each entree served with vegetable, baked potato; soup, and salad. DART TOURNAMENT: Every Wednesday at the Officers' Club. Sign ups are at 5:30 p.m. and tournament begins at 6 p.m. and club announcements. Direct all questions to the edi- a.m.-- non-membe- rs 6-- manent, but constantly changing, items like restaurant menus 6 11 Spe- p.m. Regular dining, 9 p.m. cial ethnic plate for Friday night dining, just $9.95 for members. Join us for social hour with DJ Ray Parr. SATURDAY: Regular dining, 9 p.m. SUNDAY: Club closed. lunch buffet, 11 MONDAY: Cafeteria-styl- e a.m.-- l p.m. Active duty military lunch day, $3.95. Club is closed for dinner. lunch buffet, 11 TUESDAY: Cafeteria-styl- e a.m..--l p.m. Civilian employee and retired military lunch day, $3.95. Mongolian BBQ h Bldg. 230 (Crosswinds): STEAK FOR LUNCH: Every Thursday, 11 a.m.-- l p.m., $4.95, members price, add.$2. Bring a friend to lunch lunch buffet, e a.m.-- l limited to four consecutive issues then there must be a waiting period before it can appear again. This does not apply to perone-mont- Cafeteria-styl- raw v i 4.