| February 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

EDGE Home School Art Workshops — Teens are invited to the Schofield Barracks Arts & Crafts Center for a fun workshop, Feb. 20 & 27. Activities are fabric beads and painted “silk” shapes. It’s $23/child; supplies included. Call 808-655-9818 for more info and registration.
Workshops are open to CYS registered youth and teens, grades 1-12.

24 / Tuesday
Mexican Cuisine Lunch Buffet — New Tuesday buffet, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., at FS Hale Ikena; features beef tacos w/fixings, chicken fajitas, Spanish rice, refried beans, buttered corn, soup and salad for $10.95. Call 808-438-1974.

25 / Wednesday
CPR — Register for SKIES Unlimited free CPR/first aid monthly courses for 12-18 year olds, 4-7 p.m., Feb. 25.
Class participation requires registration by a parent/guardian with Army CYS, Parent Central Services. Register at 808-656-9818.

26 / Thursday
Tropical Thursdays — Join the SB Tropics Recreation Center every Thursday for Texas Hold’em. The fun starts at 6 p.m. A free weekly tournament (with no buy in) lets you test your skills against the best of the best Army players around. All ID cardholders 18 and older are welcome.
Don’t have a poker face? Come enjoy the tropical atmosphere and featured menu items. Call 808-655-5698.

27 / Friday
Hawaiian Luau Lunch Buffet — Enjoy local style food every last Friday of the month, 11 a.m.-1 p.m., at SB Kolekole and FS Mulligan’s Bar & Grill. Cost is $14.95/person. Call Kolekole at 655-4466 or Mulligan’s at 438-1974 for reservations.

Track & Field Registration — Be a part of the new Developmental Army Hawaii Youth Track & Field Team. Registration is open through Feb. 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 Fort Shafter/Aliamanu Military Reservation at 808-836-1923 or Schofield Barracks/Wheeler Army Airfield/ Helemanu Military Reservation at 808-655-6465.

Leilehua Concert Series — Hawaiian music by Huewa begins at 6 p.m. at The Grill at Leilehua Golf Course. Free and open to the public. Food and drinks available for purchase. Call 808-655-1711.

28 / Saturday
NOAA Whale Count Adventure — The whales are still here, so don’t miss your opportunity to see them with Outdoor Recreation. Help NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) count the whales for this year’s migration. Meet at SB ODR at 7 a.m.
Transportation and informational guidance are provided; bring water, snacks and seeing eyes to spot the whales. Ages 10 and up are welcome. Reservations are required, 808-655-9046/9045.

1 / Sunday
Pottery Wheel Throwing — Create a beautiful vase or decorative bowl at the pottery wheel throwing sessions at the SB Arts & Crafts Center, Sundays, from 11a.m.-3 p.m. and Tuesdays from 5-8 p.m. Call 655-4202.

Xbox Competition — Do you have what it takes to withstand the brutal onslaught and relentless taunting of an Xbox gaming competition? SB Tropics Recreation Center presents the March Xbox challenge. Sign-up starts at 5:30 p.m., every Sunday in March. Games begin at 6 p.m.
The Xbox NBA 2K15 game will be played in the competition. Finals competition will be displayed on the overhead screen. Winner receives a $30 gift card at the finale, March 29.
Free popcorn; must be 18 or older. Call 808-655-5698.

2 / Monday
First Termers Financial Training — This ACS, Financial Resilience Center workshop focuses on basic financial skills to help develop self-reliance and personal responsibility designed to help understand personal finances while learning tools for financial success.
This is a mandatory program of instruction for first-term Soldiers, offered every Monday (except federal holidays). Soldiers must bring an EOM LES. A certificate is awarded to each participant who completes the eight hours of instruction.

6 / Friday
AER Early Donation — Donate to Army Emergency Relief from March 6-May 15. Donation forms are available at SB ACS, Bldg. 2091, or at the Community Readiness Expos held at the Nehelani on Thursdays. Return completed donation forms to ACS. Contact the AER officer at 808-655-7132.

Right Arm Night — Kick back, beginning at 5 p.m., with your “right arm” with drink specials and a pupu buffet at SB Nehelani. Spouses and DOD civilians welcome. Adult event includes Texas Hold’em Tournament. Call 808-655-4466. Unit pride competition competes for a $100 MWR buck prize.

7 / Saturday
Ladies Golf Clinic — Make an appointment and a PGA professional will show you that you can play golf. This free clinic is held by appointment only, for 30 minutes. Call 808-655-4653.

Hike and Whale Watch — One of the world’s largest and most majestic creatures is right on our doorstep here in Hawaii, the humpback whale. Join Outdoor Recreation, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., for a hike and whale watch for a special nature experience.
ODR will provide transportation and guides; all you need to bring is water, snacks, sunscreen and a good camera or set of binoculars. Fee is only $20 per person.
Registration required by Friday at noon the day before the program. Call 808-655-9046.


1 / Wednesday
Baby-Sitting and CPR Classes — Is your 12-18 year old interested in baby-sitting? SKIES Unlimited offers a free baby-sitting and CPR/ first aid course monthly. Upon class completion, 13 and over students will be added to our super-sitter referral list.
Class participation requires registration by a parent/guardian with Army CYS, Parent Central Services. The next sessions, all from 4-7 p.m., are available for registration at 808-655-9818:
•April 1 & 8; May 6 & 13, baby-sitting.
•April 15 & 22; May 20 & 27, CPR/first aid.


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 WAAF 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 details, contact Bob Lillie, golf course superintendent, at 808-656-0114.


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