Community Calendar

| July 6, 2012 | 1 Comment

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Today

Garrison Survey — U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii will conduct a community-wide survey through July 31. The survey will gather customer feedback about the quality and importance of garrison services, including ID cards, Child and Youth Services, housing, physical fitness centers and retirement services.
The survey is open to all Soldiers, family members, retirees and civilians who use garrison services. It can be accessed at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Community_Survey_2012.
Responses are anonymous. Call Gayle Yanagida at 655-8391.

Temporary Schofield VCC — Due to upcoming construction on Lyman Gate, the Schofield Barracks Visitor Control Center has relocated to Kawamura Gate, Wheeler Army Airfield.
Construction began July 5 and will last six-eight weeks. During this time, visitors and contractors who require an installation pass to SB must use the temporary VCC located at WAAF’s Kawamura Gate.
To accommodate the temporary VCC, Wright Avenue will be partially closed. Once processed through the VCC, vehicles will drive through WAAF via Santos Dumont Road and Wright Avenue.
Drivers should anticipate a change in traffic patterns on the installation and allow for extra time in their commute.
For current traffic advisories, visit www.garrison.hawaii.army.mil, click on “Post Information,” then “Traffic Updates.” Call 674-7656.

 7 / Saturday

Bike Safety Rodeo — Keep keiki safe this summer by attending this family event, 8 a.m.-noon, at Ewa Makai Middle School, 91-6291 Kapolei Pkwy. The event will teach 5- to 13-year-old children bicycle safety skills. Free bike helmets while supplies last. To register, send your child’s name and age to bikerodeoewabeach2012@gmail.com. Call 689-1612.

 9 / Monday

Slow Down Campaign — Island Palm Communities and the Directorate of Emergency Services have launched a campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of speeding and the importance of driving safe in and around installation neighborhoods.
IPC, DES and Geico will be setting up “sign waving” sites: July 9 around Tripler and July 12 throughout Schofield. Everyone is welcome to join in. Visit www.facebook.com/islandpalmcommunities.

 10 / Tuesday

Electronics Luncheon — Attend the Armed Forces Communications Electronics Association luncheon, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Hale Ikena, Fort Shafter. Topics are information technology and career development opportunities in Hawaii. To register, visit www.afceahawaii.org/program/default.htm. Call 395-0369

 14 / Saturday

Wahiawa Run — The 5K Freedom Run, designed to promote a drug-free Hawaii, begins at 7 a.m., July 14, Kaala Neighborhood Park, Wahiawa. Event includes a half-mile fun run for 5- to 10-year-old keiki. Visit http://surfingthenations.com/freedomrun.

15 / Sunday

BayFest 2011 — Join the Marines and Sailors of Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay, for the largest music festival in Hawaii, July 15-17, at K-Bay. Performers include Cecilio and Kapono, Hoobastank, Puddle of Mudd, and Joe Nichols. Three-day event includes watersports and contests, carnival rides, Midway and military displays.
Visit www.BayFestHawaii.com or call 254-7590.

 SOS Camp — Survivor Outreach Services and Operation Military Kids are hosting a family camp July 15-17 at Camp Erdman on the North Shore for all youth who have lost a parent in the military. This camp will give keiki the chance to meet other youth who have dealt with a loss.
Spaces are limited. Call 438-1955/9285 or email jennifer.koranyi@us.army.mil.

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  1. Aloha says:

    FYI all there is no Kaneohe Bayfest this year (2012) Only an airshow with the Blue Angels in September

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