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Hilltop October 5, 2000 Hispanic luncheon set Combined Federal Campaign workers Combined Plans and Programs Directorate Federal Campaign representatives have donor forms and brochures listing Dave Martinez, XPX, Ext. Terry Bartruff, Hispanic Heritage activities will conclude Oct. 12 with a luncheon in the Officers Club. The luncheon begins at 11:30 a.m., and is open to all Hill AFB employees and their families. U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch, keynote speaker, will discusss the herOur Hope itage month theme Children for the Future. Hatch is chairman of the Karen Jenkins, SOD, U.S. Senate Task Force on Hispanic Affairs. Brett Swanson, JA ExL Staff Judge Advocate Civilian Personnel, Equal Opportunity Diann Hawks, DPCE, eligible charities. Representatives can be reached on the base system, using their first and last name and the extension hill.a mil unless otherwise noted. ExL 64)979 649lh Combat Logistics Support Squadron Denison, LOME, Ext. Ogden ALC Command Section, Public Affairs. History Office Beth Moon, CAG, ExL Wynn Technology and Industrial Support Directorate Covieo.TIUA, Ext. Marcie Kirkman, LAM, Ext. Aircraft Directorate ExL robert.heywoodhill.af.mil WE732, 514th Flight Test Squadron ExL The senator will welcome our new workforce from Kelly and McClellan to Utah and recognize the valuable contributions the Hispanic Workforce at this center has given throughout many years, said John Medina, Hispanic Employment Program manager. He established this task force to address the needs and concerns of the Hispanic Community by Congress through legislation. Over the years, this committee has considered a multitude of issues and disciplines including education, employment and training, immigration, economic development, and health care. Welcome remarks will be given by Maj. Gen. Scott Bergren, Ogden ALC com Caba-cunga- ExL cabacunrogn.af.mil Air Force Audit Agency Bret Poll, YPLO, ExL Management Directorate Bob Scholes, Training Systems Management Directorate YWT, Ext. Munitions Directorate Shelly Stanger, WMCG, Ext. Contracting DirectoraleCR, Melissa Trotter, PK-3- , ExL 7- 3499 Brooke Wallwork, HAAO, ExL Defense Commissary Agency 6 Larry Foster, Ext. ckm7csowesLdeca.mil Generator and Rail Equipment Center Defense Allan Higgs, Ext. co robert.arringtonhill.af.mil AAFES Linda Bossman, 7764 163, c o berryelaafes.com DAPS Janet Price, ExL Defense Logistics Agency System Carolyn Judkins, ExL 6Non-tactic- -, Seth Hamilton, 0270, QLPK, Ext. cjudkinsdsdc.dla.mil Staff Sgt. Steve Oddon, Ext. 368th Recruiting Squadron Environmental Management Directorate, Mike Petersen, ' , EMC, Ext. Safety Office, Dave Simons, SEW, Ext. 84th Radar Evaluation Squadron TS, Ext. 367th Training Support Sqiiadron Office of Small and Disadvantaged Business Utilization Marsha Peterson, BC, ExL 74143 Senior Master Sgt. Eric Faucher, IG, Inspector General Capt. Jeannette Nadeau, LL Philip Ambard, TSM R ExL 372nd Recruiting Group Ext. - il Defense Depot Hill Utah Steve Sugimoto, DDHUX, ExL steve.sugimotohill.af.mil Air Force Office of Special Investigations SgL Richard LCSP, ExL Staff Sgt. Karen Fabian, Ext. karen.fabianrs.af.mil 32nd Training Support Squadron, Det 13 ' ' Cintado, Det. 13 A ExL 976-370- ' ' . ExL Terry Kilburn, Salt Lake City MEPS Sgt. Jake Brown, SLC MEPS, altvlmepcom.army.mil tbartruffhillnt-ex.drms.dla.m- Ogden Software DevelopmentActivity Comptroller Directorate, Todd Pardoe, FMC, ExL Tech. SgL Ann WimLogistics Management Directorate berly, LGFM. Ext. Space and C3I Systems Directorate Janice Lancaster, LHCO, Ext. LL sandberdogden.disa.mil 605-762- Defense Reutilization and Marketing Office LMG, Ext. Specialized Management Directorate Tech. Sgt. Jon Hadler, DOT, 1 75th Air Base Wing, Lt. I .auric Crummer, LGAB, Ext. LL Steve Clark, LGMW, ExL 388th Fighter Wing 4 19th Fighter Wing Bruce Miller, CCE, Ext. Defense Information Systems Agency Dave Sandberg, Commodities Directorate Jeanne Strand, LICO, ExL Lt. Kevin McCarthy, ICBM System Program Office Mature and Proven Aircraft Directorate Tech. Sgt. Mike Tech. SgL Ernesto ' ' mander, and Lt. Col. Ronald Colunga, Air National Guard advisor to the Commander. Musical entertainment will be by Jesse y Las Hermanitas Vega. Following closing remarks by Medina, the video, A Legacy of Valor will be shown. Luncheon tickets are $8 and must be purchased by Tuesday. Tickets are available from Barbara Garcia, Ext. Marisa Orosco, John Medina, Ext. Eva Ext. Morales, Ext. Vet-erano- s, Darlene Romero, Sam Trujillo, ExL Ext. Rudy Buentello, Ext. Bob Reyna, Ext. Mary Wilson, Humberto. Perez Jr., Ext. Ext. Juan Gutierrez, Ext. Juan 2nd Lt. Tom Pina, Pinedo, Ext. or Mary Quintana, Ext. Ext. Proceeds benefit the Hispanic Heritage Scholarship Fund. Once the scholarship fund is established, it will help Hispan-ic- s from throughout the community with financial aid for education; and help at this center with tuition assistance toward a formal degree. His-pani- cs ATTEwnm UNITS, SQUADRONS, AND COfXlANDING OFFICERS n w Get your unit logo on hats, jackets, polos and more... T-shi- rts, You can enjoy your new Ivory Home without the wait of having it built. 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