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| January 15, 2015 | 0 Comments
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Leilehua Parent Teacher Student Organization — Provides a forum to voice concerns, make suggestions and share ideas. Membership drive seeks active and no-sweat memberships. Contact Karl Spix, PTSO president, at 808-255-5082.

TAMC Arts and Crafts Volunteers — American Red Cross is seeking volunteers for patient and family support. Contact Yolanda Gainwell at 808-433-6631.

Tripler Parking — TAMC has opened 121 new parking stalls on the lower level of the Oceanside parking lot. TAMC leaders launched the parking project to help alleviate parking concerns.

Military Spouse of the Year — Send nominations now, which will be taken through Jan. 16 at Candidates will be narrowed by vote to one winning installation, district and state on Jan. 20. Finals will be feted in Washington, D.C., May 8.

TAMC Access —Department of the Army security guards will no longer accept TAMC hospital badges as a form of identification for access. TAMC staff will be required to show their common access card, their government military ID card or a Veterans Affairs PIV card.
This change in policy is a USAG requirement along with Homeland Security Presidential Directive 12. This measure will bring the TAMC campus in line with installation access security mandates. Call the TAMC Provost Marshal at 808-433-1111/5914 with your questions.

Sony Open Military Specials — Watch the world’s top golfers make their annual visit to Honolulu with free admission to the PGA Sony Open, Jan. 15-18, at the Waialae Country Club for active duty, retired military service members, reservists and family members who present a valid military ID. Free admission to veterans is also issued through the Veteran Tickets Foundation.
Sony Open organizers have also created the special military hospitality area “Birdies for the Brave Patriots’ Outpost” on the 18th fairway. It includes complimentary food and beverages.
Call 808-375-9335 or view photos from the 2014 event hospitality area at

17 / Saturday
Pacific Island Arts Festival — More than 75 local fine artists and handcraft artisans display their artwork for sale, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, at Kapiolani Park across from the Honolulu Zoo. Free event features food, live music and hula.

Shanghai Circus — Over 40 Acrobats of China bring the Orient to Honolulu in a fast-paced, exciting production featuring internationally award-winning acts, Jan. 17-30, at the Blaisdell Concert Hall. The New Shanghai Circus celebrates the exotic wonders of China while showcasing dramatic interpretation of classic Chinese dance and physical performance. General admission is $25.

Coin and Stamp Show — Free event at the Queen Kapiolani Hotel, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., brings together collectors and experts with door prizes.

18 / Sunday
Honolulu MLK Celebration — Bell-ringing event at Honolulu Hale (City Hall), 6:30 p.m., Jan. 18, symbolically calls attention to the inequality and injustice in the world using Dr. King’s words “Let Freedom Ring.” Visit

26 / Monday
Community Information Exchange (CIE) — The next CIE (formerly called the SIM, or Spouse Information Meeting) is 9 a.m., Jan. 26 at the Nehelani. The focus of this meeting is installation and community matters.
Garrison directorates and key service providers will offer details of upcoming events for 30-60-90 days and the senior commander will host an open forum and Q&A session.

31 / Saturday
Makahiki Challenge 2015 — It’s a Kualoa Ranch-area endurance test. Tackle 3+ miles on this obstacle journey through tireless hills, rough terrain and mud pits. Begins at 9 a.m. for ages 16 and older. Register at

Flu Vaccinations — The Schofield Health Clinic now offers flu vaccinations to authorized patrons. Schofield Family Medicine flu immunizations are provided for Red, White and Blue Family Medicine teamfrom 7:30-11:30 a.m., Monday-Friday; 1-3 p.m., Monday and Friday; and 1-2 p.m., Tuesdays through Thursdays.
Schofield Pediatrics immunizations are available for Honu and Gecko Pediatrics teams, 8-11 a.m., and every afternoon 1-3 p.m., except Wednesday.

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