Due to inclement weather, the date of the Schofield Barracks Tree Lighting Ceremony has changed.
Community groups can raise funds for their worthy causes while spreading some holiday cheer as the Schofield and Hickam exchanges actively solicit partners for the Army & Air Force Exchange Service’s annual community gift wrap program.
October is the Department of the Army’s Energy Awareness Month.
An individual or individuals using the “Exchange, Inc.” name to handle vehicle purchases has once again been placing advertisements in auto magazines and commercial newspapers, leading Army & Air Force Exchange Service shoppers to believe they’re purchasing a vehicle through the Department of Defense (DOD) retailer.
To enter, authorized students in grades six through 12, with a 2.5 or higher grade point average, can submit an essay in English of 500 words or less explaining their involvement in community service projects and why their community is important to them.
The Schofield and Hickam Exchange are bringing back fee-free layaway, just in time for early holiday shopping.
All military and their families shopping and dining at Army & Air Force Exchange Service stores and restaurants in Hawaii Exchange generated nearly $1.4 million last year for Army and nearly $3.0 million for Air Force for quality of life programs.
The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is teaming up with Disney/Lucas Films to offer Star Wars Jedi at the Exchange.