In the past 16 years of its existence, the program has awarded more than $15 million in scholarships to over 9,000 students.
The Army community is invited to participate in the next U.S. Army Garrison-Hawaii quarterly Facebook Town Hall, 6-7:30 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 18th, to present community-wide concerns.
2016 began with good financial news and a new state law: Pay raises, though just 1.3 percent, were issued for the federal government – both military and civilian personnel. In Hawaii, the new law changed the smoking age to 21 for tobacco purchase, possession or consummation.
Through Dec. 24, all purchases made at the Exchange are guaranteed to offer the best value in town as shoppers who find an identical item elsewhere for less will receive an Exchange gift card for the difference.
The Hawaii Exchange is putting family first this Thanksgiving as it opens doors at 4 a.m. on Black Friday.
August means “Back to School” savings at commissaries around the world and the return of the popular Customer Appreciation Case Lot Sales in the states.
FORT LEE, Va. — The commissary surcharge, the 5 percent added to every customer’s bill, is not a tax.
That’s just one of several facts about the surcharge that even some of the savviest commissary customers are sometimes surprised to learn.
The Schofield Commissary will close at 4 p.m., this Sunday, May 22, and will be completely closed next Monday and Tuesday, May 23 and May 24, for a total store reset.