FMWR Briefs

| January 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

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Tree Trimming — Construction crews have begun the trimming and removal of trees from Leilehua Golf Course. The height of the trees has been identified as a safety hazard that negatively interferes with the sight line to the flight path for the Wheeler Army Airfield’s aircraft runway.
Because of safety compliance issues, officials have determined that the trees in the sight line of the flight path must be trimmed or removed. Golfing patrons should anticipate minor disruption in play. Fairways 4, 5, 7, 8, 10 and 11 will be most impacted.
Upon start of work, and weather permitting, this project is anticipated to take four weeks to complete. For more information, contact Bob Lillie, Golf Course superintendent, at 808-656-0114.

Blind Date with a Book — Take a chance. Try something new. Fall in love. It doesn’t matter if you’re a swinging single or committed lovebird, we want you to date – a book!
During the month of February, stop by the library to check out one of our specially wrapped books. There will be some descriptive words on the wrapper to peak your interest, but otherwise, it will be sight unseen.
When you return the book, you’ll be able to rate your date and enter a prize drawing for a Navatek Sunset Cruise for two.
Call your local library for more information at 655-8002 (Schofield Barracks) or 438-9521 (Fort Shafter).

SKIES Unlimited Dance Classes — Aliamanu Military Reservations and SB studios offer a variety of dance classes to include Rhythm in Motion for 2 year olds, Beginner/ Intermediate Dance Combo for Ballet, Tap for 3-5 and 6-9 years, Hip Hop and Ballroom Dancing. Call 655-9818.

EDGE Home School Art Workshops — Open to CYS registered youth and teens (grades 1-12) at SB Arts & Crafts Center for fun workshops designed to tap creativity.
•Jan. 23 & 30 is Basket Weaving, $23/per child, includes all supplies.
Register at 655-9818.

28 / Wednesday
BOSS — Single Soldiers and geographic bachelors are highly encouraged to attend Better Opportunities for Single Soldiers meetings every Wednesday of the month to discuss community service projects and fun upcoming programs. Get involved and make a difference.
•North meetings are held at SB Tropics, at 3 p.m., every 1st and 3rd Wednesday.
•South meetings are held at FS Bowling Center at 10 a.m., every 2nd and 4th Wednesday.
Call 655-1130.

Baby-Sitting & CPR  — Register for SKIES Unlimited free baby-sitting and CPR/first aid monthly courses for 12-18 year olds. After class completion, 13 and over students will be added to the SKIES super-sitter referral list.
Class participation requires registration by a parent/guardian with Army CYS, Parent Central Services. Register now at 656-9818 for the 4-7 p.m. sessions:
•Jan 28, Feb. 18 & 25, CPR/first aid.
•Feb. 4 & 11, baby-sitting.

30 / Friday
Hawaiian Luau Lunch Buffet — Enjoy delicious local style food at SB Kolekole Bar & Grill and FS Mulligan’s Bar & Grill every last Friday of the month. Call SB at 655-4466 or FS at 438-1974.

February
1 / Sunday
Big Game Party — Come watch the big game on the SB Tropics 16-foot, blow-up screen. Doors open at 11 a.m. for a day that features $10 finger food, cornhole challenge, water pong, free popcorn, card stack, musical chairs and limbo. Call 655-5698.

2015 Super Bowl Party/Family Brunch — Bring the family out and watch the big game at SB Kolekole. Doors open at 11 a.m. with brunch buffet available for $16.95/adult and $7.95/child. Games and prizes all day long. Call 655-4466.

2 / Monday
Track & Field Registration — Be a part of the new Developmental Army Hawaii Youth Track & Field Team. Registration is open, Feb. 2-27, to youth born from 1997-2007. Cost is $40/child.
First-time participants and renewals must sign-up at CYS Services Parent Central Offices. Ask about the multi-child reduction fee. Call the Youth Sports office at FS/AMR at 836-1923 or SB/Wheeler Army Airfield/Helemanu Military Reservation at 655-6465.

3 / Tuesday
Pottery Wheel Throwing — Create a beautiful vase or decorative bowl, 5-8 p.m., Tuesdays, and 11 a.m.-3 p.m., Sundays, at the Pottery Wheel Throwing workshops at SB Arts and Crafts Center. Call 655-4202.

4 / Wednesday
EDGE Home School Adventure-Biking Series — In partnership with Outdoor Recreation, join the on-base bike ride, 9:30 a.m., Feb. 4 & 18, for grades 1-12; must wear shoes and bring water and sunscreen. Cost is $20/child. Call 655-9818.

6 / Friday
EDGE Home School Art Workshops — Open to CYS registered youth and teens, grades 1-12.
•Feb. 6, Basket Weaving; $23/child, includes supplies.
•Feb. 13, 20 & 27; fabric beads and painted “silk” shapes; $23/child.

25th ID Golf Scramble — Leilehua Golf Course, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., hosts the four-person scramble format. Registration and payment required 15 days prior to event. Fees collected in front of the G-2 (3rd floor Bldg. 580) on Tuesday and Thursday, 9:30-10 a.m. Green/cart fees, food w/beverage included.
For preregistration, call Sgt. Justin Corley, 655-4711 , or Sgt. 1st Class Bradley Bergeman, 655-4294.

7 / Saturday
Ladies Golf Clinic — Geared towards the beginning golfer, make an appointment at Leilehua Golf Course and a PGA professional will show you that you can play golf. The clinic is held by appointment only for 30 minutes. Call 655-4653.

Makapu’u Lighthouse Hike — Enjoy a family friendly hike with Outdoor Recreation up to the Makapu’u Lighthouse for great views and whale watching. ODR will provide the transportation and informational guide. All you need to bring is water, snacks and sunscreen. Ages 10 and up are welcome. Call 655-9046 (or 9045).

Ongoing
Youth Sports & Fitness Youth Registration — CYS Services Youth Sports Baseball and Wrestling Program registration is open, through Jan. 31, to keiki born from 1998-2010. Cost is $60/player for baseball and $20/player for wrestling.
First-time participants and renewals must sign-up at CYS Services Parent Central Offices. Ask the clerk about the multi-child fee reduction.
•Baseball practice is from April 1-June 19; season runs from April 25-June 20.
•SB wrestling practice begins April 7; Aliamanu Military Reservation wrestling practice begins April 8.
Call your area Youth Sports office: FS/AMR at 836-1923 or SB/WAAF/HMR at 655-6465.

Tropics Renovation — The Tropics Recreation Center kitchen was closed for renovation Jan. 5. The Tropics Ono Snack Bar will be open with a limited menu serving beverages and snacks only.
The grand reopening of the Tropics Snack Bar is scheduled for April 2015 with upgraded food and beverage menus, new full bar and additional TV screens. Call 808-655-5698.

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