|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Hill Air Force Base Newspapers|
.ft Vcp ','c , October 26, 2000 n apr u y y Li served in the casual lounge 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 Coverall Bingo to win $100. Direct all questions to the editor, Ext. 98. Steak for lunch, 11 a.m.-- l $5.75. Lounge menu available from 11 p.m. a.m.-closin- g. Thursday Night Bingo, Early Bird 6:30 p.m., regular program 7 p.m. We have two Bingo specials $750 and $2,500. Coverall, so come out and enjoy. FRIDAY: Lunch, seafood stuffed peppers, $5.75, 11 a.m.-- l p.m. High Tide 4:30-6:3p.m. snacks and bingo. Beverage promotion every Friday evening. Music Request Night, 8:30 p.m. 2 a.m. SATURDAY: Lounge menu offered.il All ranks dinner for two (New York steak or cordon bleu) Entertainment Wasatch Request Night with DJ Busy Bee 8:30 p.m.-- 2 a.m. SUNDAY: Sunday football and our lounge food menu 11 a.m.- - 6 p.m. Bloody Mary special $1. MONDAY: Lunch special liver and onions, $5.75, served from 11 a.m.- - 1 p.m. Come and enjoy Monday Night Football Miami vs New York. Steak special, $5.75 and pitchers, $2.50. TUESDAY: Lunch, chicken fingers with fries, $5.75, served from 11 a.m.- - 1 p.m. Pizza menu served 11 a.m.- - closing. Enjoy bingo Tuesday nights 7 p.m.-- 9 p.m. WEDNESDAY: Lunch special, fried chicken buffet only $5.75, from 11 a.m.-- l p.m. in the dining room. Complimentary taco bar 0 -- a.m.-closin- 0 -- WEEKENDS, HOLIDAYS: Breakfast, 6:30-- 9 DINING ANNOUNCEMENT: The Officers Club dining operations are collocated with the Enlisted Club, Bldg. 450. The move allows the use of the Officers Club facility for special member functions and activities during the week. Additionally the move will provide a more main streamlined and evening dining operation. The Officers Club Lounge operation will remain open Fridays from 4 p.m. - midnight and Saturdays from 6 p.m. to midnight. Members may continue to order a variety of menu items from the lounge menu. For more information call Ext. or Ext. TODAY: Steak for lunch special $4.95, 11 a.m.-- 1 p.m. Family night fried chicken buffet g. p.m. FRIDAY: Lunch, seafood combo, $4.95, 11 a.m.-- 1 p.m. DJ Ray Par rNorth star with a salute to the working man and woman. Hors doeuvres available for members from 7 p.m. SATURDAY: Dinner for Two, prime rib, $15.95 or halibut fillet, $13.95, p.m. 5-- SUNDAY: Closed MONDAY: Chicken lunch buffet, $4.95. Facility closes at 5 p.m.. TUESDAY: Lunch, pork chop special, 11 a.m.-- 1 p.m., $4.95. WEDNESDAY: Lunch special, Mexican buffet, 11 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 days free lunch. Fridays drawing will be for Monday. INFORMATION: Need more info on club events or have any suggestions? Call Ext. with your private address and receive updates on upcoming activities. MEMBER SERVICES: Club catering, has been expanded to include new theme party packages, business luncheons, conferences, farewells, and promotion parties! Call Rosalie Karras at for a copy of the Club or Golf Club House catering brochure and menus. 773-493- 9 a.m-- p.m. (to 1 Reserve weekend); Dinner, p.m. TODAY: Lunch: baked ham, veal parme-san- , hot and spicy chicken. Dinner: country style steak, lemon basted sole, fried FRIDAY: Disabled American Veterans. fried chicken, Polish sausage. Dinner: beef ravioli, golden fried fish, stir fry beef and AIR FORCE RESERVE: If you have your mind set on college or trade school, there is 6 Ogden South Employment Center, 480 27th Street, Ogden, 8:30-1a.m.; and Clearfield West Employment Center, 1579 S. State, a.m. Clearfield, 10:30-11:3- 0 0 chicken. FRIDAY: Lunch: chicken fajitas, BBQ spareribs, roast turkey. Dinner: steak smothered with onions. SATURDAY: Lunch: country style steak Recruiting broccoli. financial assistance through the Montgomery GI Bill, 75 percent tuition assistance, and you could receive additional funds if you qualify for GI Bill Kicker. These programs offer eligible reservists money for a college education. And because there are Air Force Reserve units all over the country, theres a good SUNDAY: Lunch: steak ranchero, pork chop suey. Dinner: hamburger Yakisoba, fish and chips, roast turkey. MONDAY: Lunch: BBQ ham steak, cheese manicotti, ginger basted sole. Dinner: spaghetti with meat sauce, herb baked chicken, gingerd pork. TUESDAY: Lunch: country style steak, fried chance you could attend college or trade school and still easily train two days a month, two weeks a year. For more information about Palace Chase or Palace Front, and to continue your military career, contact Master Sgt. Terry Lowe at Ext. chicken, polish sausage. Dinner: beef ravioli, golden fried fish, stir fry beef and broccoli. WEDNESDAY: Lunch: Southern fried catfish, BBQ spareribs, Southern fried chicken. Dinner: roast beef, Italian hot sausage, fish and chips. D AFSA AIR FORCE SERGEANTS ASSOCIATION: Invites all Air Force enlisted personnel and their families to the General Membership meeting. Tuesday at 3 p.m. in the Enlisted Club. The association works to improve enlisted quality of life, career and entitlement preservation issues on Capitol Hill, Additionally, members receive benefits that enhance family life including insurance plans, credit availability, vacation discounts and more. All members and potential members are invited to socialize and Base Restaurants AT YOUR SERVICE THE BASE RESTAURANTS offer pastries, breakfast entrees, hot lunch entrees, sand- Just $4.95. a.m-lp.- a.m.; Lunch, 10:30 1:30 p.m. on cost-effecti- and club announcements. SERVICE OFFICERS: Visit monthly to explain benefits available to veterans. The free visits explain compensation, pensions, hospitalization, education and other benefits. Veterans should bring marriage or divorce papers, birth or death certificates and family member social security numbers. 8 Officers Club manent, but constantly changing, items like restaurant menus Veterans Organizations WEEKDAYS: Breakfast, 5:30-- a.m.; Lunch, 10:30 a.m.-- l p.m.; Dinner, 3:30-6:3p.m.; Midnight meal, 11 p.m. 12:30 a.m. 4-- h Enlisted Club TODAY: 5-- 6 PAYMENT TERMINAL: The club accepts payments on your club card, cash or money order for any amount, $150 limit on personal checks. limited to four consecutive issues then there must be a waiting period before it can appear again. This does not apply to perone-mont- Hillcrest Dining Hall p.m. starts at 6 p.m. for a chance wiches, soups, salads and beverages. Mobile food vehicles operate from 7:30 a.m.-12:3- 0 p.m. HOURS OF OPERATION Bldg. 230 (Crosswinds): , Ext. Bldg. 225N: 5:30 a.m. 8 p.m. 6 a.m.-- l p.m. Monday-Friday- -- Ext.7-992- Bldg. 849: 6:30 a.m.-- l Ext. Bldg. 45: 7 a.m.-9:3- p.m. p.m. 0 Ext. Bldg. 1235 (Westside): Monday-Friday- , Monday-Friday- voice concerns. For more information call Tech. Sgt. Robert Michaud at Ext. 4. , Monday-Friday- , Base Library , Monday-Friday- 6 a.m.-- 2 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 p.m. Ext. Denotes closure every other Friday. WHATS FOR LUNCH? MENU LINE: Ext. Muriel at Ext. Ic'Tvjtq'i ,,s O ) His & Her's Styling 246 E. 200 S., Clearfield, UT 84015 BPI SYSTEMS FURNITURE Try Our FREE Cellular TOE' Phone FRKKACTIHTIOY 'Til IT'S W(j 00 S? SWINGS 75 min. for $19.95 750 min. for $29.95 1000 min. for $39.95 Visit 575 N. Main our Showroom at Uv-ftliw- SPACE PLANNING, SALES, INSTALLATION Kaysviiie 3772 Washington Blvd. 51 1 '" 0fl(n So. Eugene Aguilar, Proprietor 23 Years Experience Neena Young - Formerly of Base Beauty Shop (Specializing in Black Hairstyling) Sj4 FULL SERVICE SALON: V. Nails, Tints, Perms, Cuts, Pedicures, Etc. Wmm UTA 497-969- 0 H COLLEGE 0MASSAGE w COMMUNICATIONS 627-046- 3 Based for more information. on a year contract THERAPY , jidrfitBw. j 0A C Etqj and your horizons . . . Serving the finest in... MANDARIN SZECHWAN and HUNAN CUISINE !? ii i if Base Library Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10 a.m. 6 p.m. Closed Sunday, Monday and holidays. -- (J)cdae. c Luncheon Special STARTING AT $6.25 $3.95 . Served in Comfortable and Friendly Atmosphere' M 505 N. 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