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HiSStofO' October 5, 2000 Base Library STORY HOUR: Library hours: 10 a.m.-- 6 p.m. Tues through Sat., closed Sun. and Mon. Story hour is held every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Bring your preschoolers for stories, activities and lots of fun.Call Miss for more information. Muriel at Ext. Join us on Oct. 11 for a special presentation by the Fire Department as part of Fire Prevention month. Skills Development LOCATION: Skills Development is located in Bldg. 534 on 11th Street HOURS OF OPERATION: Frame Shop: ., 10 a.m.-- 5 closed; Tues.-Thurs- ., p.m.; Fri., 10 a.m.-- 4 p.m.; Sat, 10 a.m.-- 2 p.m.; Tues.-Thuropen for custom frame business only. Fri. and Sat. will be made available to customers. Engraving Sun.-Mon- s. Shop: New hours Mon.- - Fri. 10 a.m.- - 5 p.m., closed Sat. and Sun.Auto Skills Center. Sun. 1-- 6 10 a.m.- - 8 p.m.; Mon. closed; Tues.-Thur10 a.m.- - 6 p.m. No p.m.; Fri.-Sa- t, s. mechanic on duty on Sundays. only. No emissions or inspections on closed; Sunday. Wood Shop: 8 p.m.; Fri. 6 p.m.; Sat 10 a.m.-- 6 p.m. PHONE NUMBERS: Frame Shop, Ext Auto Engraving Shop, Ext. Wood Shop, Ext Shop, Ext. and Director, Ext AUTO SKILLS CENTER: Rates, stall: $2 per hour (up to and including 4 hours), $1.75 per hour (more than 4 hours) , lift $3.25 per hour (up to and including 4 hours), $3 per hour (more than 4 hours), bench work: $1 per hour, welding room stall $6. per hour, auto shop resale items available: oil, antifreeze, transmissions fluid, windshield antifreeze, nuts and bolts and more! For more information call Ext Sun.-Tue- s. FOLK ART CLASS: Oct 24 from 5:30 - 8:30 p.m., 6 week class Tuesday evenings. $30 per student DESIGN MATTING CLASS: Oct. 28 from 2:30-4:3- 0 p.m., $10 per student includes all supplies. Hess Fitness Center basic framing class. Pre-requisi- te GYM HOURS: Open weekdays 5 a.m.-l- l KIDS ARTS AND CRAFTS CLASSES: Classes are open to all kids ages 2 with retirees, DoD civilian employees and their family members. Classes are on a six-we- ek rotation, except the basic framing class which is held every two weeks and the design matting class held once a month. is required for all classes. To call Ext ENGRAVING SHOP: Let us make your trophies, plaques, name tags, medals and pen and pencil sets. Our computerized engraver allows us to engrave anything that can-bpre-regist- er government ID card. Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon on the following dates: Oct. 14, 28; Nov. 11; Dec. 2; and Jan. 13. $7 per class, supplies included. Create handmade projects. Each project features a specific holiday or seasonal theme. Preregister and pay by the Thursday prior to each class. Ensures enough p.m. K.O. KARDIO CLASSES: Tuesday and Thursday at 5 p.m or 6:15 p.m. and Saturdays 10 a.m. (beginning), 11:15 a.m. (intermediate to advanced). Cost is $5 per class and $35 per month. JAZZERCISE: Aerobic program at the bubble. Open enrollment, all fitness levels and ages welcome.Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 5 p.m. Cost is $25 per month (electronic funds transfer) , $30 for 4 week class, $5 walk-i- n rate, the first class free. WATER AEROBICS: Morning- - Monday, Wednesday and Friday (shallow water) 0 a.m., Tuesday and Thursday (deep water) 0 a.m. Afternoon- - Monday, Wednesday and Friday ( shallow water) 4:30 - 5:30 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday (deep water) 4:30 - 5:30 p.m. POOL PARTIES: The pool may be rented weekends for private parties after the pool closes. $60 for two hours. Parties can be booked by any DoD or military ID card holder. Cost includes admission for 30 persons, $1 each additional person. Call Howard L. Howard, Efct. for more information and avail- supplies for each class. Monica Scrum, instructor. BEGINNING ACRYLIC DECORATIVE TOLE PAINTING CLASS: Begins Nov. 2 at 5:30 - 8 p.m. 8 week class, Thursday evenings. $48 per studentSare Deome, Instructor and Certified Decorative Artist REALISTIC DECORATIVE ART IN OILS: Two classes, begins Nov. 16 at 10 am. - noon, or Nov. 18 from 1-- 3:30 p.m., 8 week class, $48 per student Sare Deome, Instructor and Certified Decorative Artist Family Support PROGRAMS AND SERVICES are free and open to all military (active, retired. Reserve), family members, and all DoD civilians. Classes are held at the Family Support Center, Bldg. 308 N. Call Ext. for more information or to register. FRIDAY: Spouse Employment Orien- ability. KARATE CLASSES: Tae Kwon Do, Seido Kan, Hapkido. Specializing in womens self-defens- e. Cost is $20 per month and classes are at 6 p.m.Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday at the tation, 10 a.m. Orientation is for any spouse Monday-Frida-y: -- 10-1- 2, 8 a.m. 4 p.m., -- WEDNESDAY: Financial Management and Classes: 1 p.m. Get out of credit card debt MasterCard or Visa, typed. copied and learn to take control of your spending. I.M.PA.C. cards accepted. and CLASS: Its your money! BASIC FRAMING Saturday THURSDAY: Marital Communication, Oct 14 from 8 a.m.to noon, $25 per student lunch and learn noon 1 p.m. why do supplies not included in class fee. some have more satisfying marriages than SCRAPBOOK CLASS: Oct. 10, 17, and 24, , 8 includes Learn from a family counselor Cost others? sup-,p.m., $15 per student all receive and for class first participants plies whywhat you can do to make your mar-- -, 1 a valuable scrapbooking tool. Instructor, riage great. Holiday Preparation 4:30- 5:30 your Caroline Charron. p.m. Start now and plan for inexCLASS: Two PAINTING classes, begins OIL holiday spending. Give practical, Oct 16 or Octl8 at 4:30 - 7:30 p.m. 6 week pensive gifts. Dont use your credit cards for the upcoming holidays! Home buying class, Monday or Wednesday evenings. $30 in 5 p.m. Looking to make the biggest investper student supplies not included class ment of your life? This class will educate fee. p.m., week class Tuesday evenings. $48 per student, supplies not included in class fee, project this month is a game table. 4 -- fitters, outdoor recreation, resorts and much more. N&N LEISURE TRAVEL: Open weekdays 9 a.m.-- 5 p.m. Closed weekends and holitravel days. The only authorized agent on Hill AFB. Services available for all active duty military, retired military and Department of Defense civilians. Call for full-servi- 0, y -- ground transportation ready at your tination. For more information call Ext. des- DISCOUNTED ATTRACTIONS SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA TICKETS: Disneyland, Universal Studios, Knotts Berry your home. purchasing - Kelly Reunion BBQ 5 p.m. Will be held at the Log Cabin, Bldg. 804. Registration ce more information. ENTERPRISE RENT-A- - CAR: Ext.5-0089 a.m. - 5 p.m., Sathours: Monday-Frida12 9 closed a.m. p.m. Sundays and urday holidays. Available for all active duty military, retired military, and department of defense civilians. Great specials and weekend rates. After hours pickup and drop off also available. Call for more planner, is on hand to make all of your transportation reservations and ticketing. Entercan insure that you have prise Rent-a-Ca- r you and enable you to make more informed decisions about snowmobiling, airlines, snowcat skiing, helicopter skiing, sleigh rides, ski lessons, out- or LOCATION: Bldg. 150, Hours are weekdays, 9 a.m.-- 5 Ext. p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m-- 1 p.m., closed Sunday and holidays. INFORMATION, TICKET & TOURS: The ITT Office is located in Bldg. 150 (East ,wing pf the Officers Club) and offers discount tickets to local and out-o-f state attractions. N&N Travel, Services leisure travel 6-- 6-- 8 FLU SHOT CLINIC: Oct. 24,25,26 (contingent on serum availability, there is a shortage this year) Held at Occupational Health, Bldg 249, 7:30 to noon and 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. $6.50 per shot. WINTER TRAVEL, SKI, AND RECREATION SHOW: Nov. 21,10 2 p.m. at the Officers Club (Heritage Room). Complimentary lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Information, entertainment, and lots of valuable prizes given away by the vendors. Vendors and representatives for the following info: ski areas, cruises, hotels, -6 Tickets and Tours call Ext. -- CLASS: Oct 17 from a.m., 11 to register. e WOODWORKING char-acter- p.m. Costs: lap swimming is free to active duty and Reservists. Individual day pass ($1.75) ; punch card (children $10 for 12 visits; adults $12 for 15 visits), or 30 day pass for families (E--4 below $15; E--5 above $25) , is available for purchase at the Hess Fitness Center. FOR MORE INFORMAnON: Intramural varsity sports programs or fitness special events call Ext Any additional questions can be directed to the Hess Fitness Center at Ext. or Ext more constructively, and productively. TAP 81 non-scar- ), SATURDAY: Hearts Apart, 1 1 a.m. 5 p.m Trip to the Oktoberfest in Snowfor more bird Ski Resort. Call Ext.7-468- 1 details on this great trip. TUESDAY: Pumpkin is not just for for crafts, pie class, 5 p.m Pumpkins food value. dips, bead rolls, ice cream, face, Conflict Management Course for Cou6:30- - 8 p.m Specific strategies ples, to help couples manage inevitable conflicts call Ext t, amusement park featuring three haunted y childrens walkhouses and a s is inhabited that by friendly through Crosswinds Cafe (Base Restaurant) . For more information call Ext POOLS ON HILL: 1 ( indoor- - Bldg. 520, Hess Fitness Center, Ext.6-2600lap swimming civilian or military who is new to Hill AFB. Valuable information will be discussed such as salaries, local job market and resources available. Seminar, Oct. p.m., weekends and holidays, 8 a.m.-- 6 p.m. at the Westside Fitness Center weekdays 5 a.m.-- 7 Wed.-Thur- s. CLASSES open to active duty military, reservists, Believe-It-Or-No- -- 2-- 4-- Movieland Farm, Ripleys Wax Museum, Magic Mountain, Sea World, Wild Animal Park, San Diego Zoo, Medieval Times, and Legoland. FLORIDA ATTRACTIONS: Advance ticket sales: order a week in advance, Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, Busch Gardens and Adventure Island. LOCAL: Lagoon, Dinosaur Park, Alpine Slide, Raging Waters, Cherry Hill, Rocky Mountain Raceway, Crystal Hot Springs, Cinemark Theaters, Cineplex Odeon Theaters, subsidized UTA Bus Passes (Reg. Adults $17.60. Premium $38.50), HOTELS: Anaheim, Calif., Stovalls Best Western Inn. Anaheim, Calif., Ramada Conestoga Hotel. San Diego, Calif., Inn Suites Hotels weekdays and weekends. FRIGHTMARES TICKETS: Lagoon Fright-mare- s passes here! Only $16 per pass. CORN MAZE TICKETS: Get lost in the maze, purchase your Layton Corn Maze tickets. Adults $5, child $2.50, challenge your wits at Laytons cornfield maze and discover why getting lost means finding fun. STATE CAPITOL TRIP: Salt Lake City, Thursday, Oct 19. Depart 10 a.m. $5. per person for transportation, free admission. The Capitol is one of the finest examples of Renaissance Revival style in the United States. It was built in 1915 of Utah granite. The tour includes topographic history, and current people and events. FRIGHTMARES AT LAGOON TRIP: Oct. 27. Depart 5:45 p.m. and return at 11 p.m., $3 per person for transportation, $16 per ticket ages 4 and up. Enjoy Utahs scariest is $1 per person, $3 family. Deadline to sign up is Oct. 10. n O The Family Support Center has r....p " ) many classes to help you! From parenting, networking, relocation assistance, financial management, and even internet classes... anything you might be interested in - we've got it. The classes are free to all Department of Defense employees and their families, and are held in Bldg. 308N. s For more information or to register, -- call Ext. I fiUMHMI 7-46- 81 .