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Name Name - Family and MWR Hawaii
OCTOBER 2015
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Photos - courtesy of 25th ID PAO Flickr
DOMESTIC
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3 @ WEYAND FIELD
FIELD OPENS @ 4 PM
OPEN TO DOD ID CARD HOLDERS & GUESTS
MR. & MS. ROCKTOBERFEST
CONTEST
GERMAN FOOD & BEVERAGES
CHILDREN ACTIVITIES
COSTUME CONTEST
YODELING CONTEST
ROOTBEERFEST
STEIN CARRYING CONTEST
MUSIC & MUCH MORE
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 655-0111 OR VISIT HIMWR.COM
This sponsorship does not constitute DoD, Army or Federal Government endorsement.
OCTOBER SPOTLIGHT:
TROPIC LIGHTNING WEEK
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UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS
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ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS)
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OCTOBER SPOTLIGHT:
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
AWARENESS MONTH (DVAM)
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Andrea Latimore Director of Marketing
John Medlock
Commercial Sponsorship &
Advertising Manager
[email protected]
808.656.3329
Eric Knox
Commercial Sponsorship &
Advertising Manager
Acct Exec CYSS
[email protected]
808.656.3318
Onyx Taylor
Account Executive
Allan Criss
Webmaster, Marquee
Designer
Brandon Young
Webmaster, Digital Media
Dennis Tanaka
Senior Graphics Illustrator
CHILD, YOUTH AND SCHOOL SERVICES 7
(CYS SERVICES)
DINING & ENTERTAINMENT
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RECREATION AND LEISURE
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TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
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Family and MWR Marketing
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HOW DID THE 25TH ID COME TO BE?
The 25th Infantry Division (ID) has been active in Hawaii since
October 1, 1941. It was originally composed of the 27th and 35th
Infantry Regiments and the 298th Infantry Hawaii National Guard.
THE ORIGIN OF THE PATCH
In late 1943, the shoulder patch, a taro leaf and a lightning bolt
was formally adopted. The taro leaf represents the birth of the 25th
ID from the elements of the famous Hawaii Division and the Pacific
Region where it was established and fought. The lightning bolt
represents speed and aggressive spirit- traits the Division exhibited
during battle. The red and gold colors used on the patch are symbolic
of the late Hawaiian Monarchy.
THE 25TH INFANTRY DIVISION WILL
CELEBRATE ITS 74TH BIRTHDAY, TO
INCLUDE THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF ITS
ENTRY INTO VIETNAM, DURING TROPIC
LIGHTNING WEEK. TO COMMEMORATE
THIS HISTORIC OCCASION, THE DIVISION
HAS PLANNED A WEEK FULL OF EVENTS
FOR SOLDIERS AND FAMILIES ALIKE. THIS
MONTH’S FEATURE TAKES A CLOSER LOOK
INTO THE DIVISION’S UNIQUE HISTORY
WHILE KEEPING YOU UP TO DATE WITH
THE MANY FAMILY AND MWR EVENTS
HAPPENING THROUGHOUT THE MONTH.
Photos - courtesy of 25th ID PAO Flickr
WHAT DOES TROPIC LIGHTNING MEAN?
The nickname originates from a lightning call sign 25th ID used for
Division Headquarters arrival on Guadalcanal. The Marines continued
to use the nickname by calling the unit Lightning Division. Eventually
it was changed to Tropic Lightning because the Division spent time in
the tropics. The 25th ID was officially authorized to use the nickname
Tropic Lightning in August of 1953. This was the first time in Army
history that a nickname was permitted in addition to its regular
numerical designation.
DIVISION’S MOTTO ~
READY TO STRIKE! ANYTIME. ANYWHERE.
For more information of the history of the 25th Infantry Division, visit:
http://www.garrison.hawaii.army.mil/tlm/files/history-25th.pdf
The first event among many in the celebration of the 25th Infantry
Division is Rocktoberfest! This event has been going on strong
since 2007 and is only getting better with time. Originally called
Oktoberfest, named after the traditional German festival held once
a year in Munich, Germany. This event recognizes and celebrates
German culture and heritage while boosting morale for Soldiers and
their families. The first Hawaii Garrison Oktoberfest was held was on
Sills Field and had 800 people in attendance.
In 2009, the event name was changed to Rocktoberfest to blend
German culture and American Rock & Roll into one annual event
the Garrison looks forward to every year. Rocktoberfest is still rooted
in German culture, there will be German food for sale along with
must have, specialty beverages! There will be two bars where adult
beverages will be made available for purchase, along with souvenir
glass mugs for refills. The 25th ID O.N.E. Nation Rock Band and DJ
Bennie of Royal Events will keep the crowd entertained throughout
the evening.
Xylene Lennon, Special Events Coordinator says this year there will
be 1500 people in attendance. Much has changed since the events
humble beginnings besides turn out. Lennon and the Special Events
team will be adding children activities to the festivities, which was
a recommendation from last year’s patrons’ survey. Parents will be
able to purchase child-friendly mugs, so they can participate in an ice
cream social! Also new for 2015, the public will be able to compete
in the competitive games and win prizes! In the past, only Soldiers
were able to participate. Event such as, the stein hoist, keg rolling
race, and stein race.
One event that has continued through the years is the Mr. & Ms.
Rocktoberfest contest. This contest celebrates one man and woman
with achievements in four competitions- costume contest, yodeling,
musical chairs and stein carrying contest. Winners will receive a gift
bag filled with great prizes. Rocktoberfest will begin with an opening
ceremony by the Garrison Commander, Colonel Richard A. Fromm. So
come out to Weyand Field, Saturday October 3, at 4 PM in your best
dressed traditional German garb and join the celebration as we kick
off Tropic Lightning Week!
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3
Rocktoberfest, Weyand Field
4 - 10 PM
MONDAY, OCTOBER 5
Division run, Weyand Field
6 AM
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8
Pass and Review, Weyand Field
10 AM - 12 PM
Food Truck Rodeo, Weyand Field
12 - 4 PM
Polo: Honolulu Polo Club and
25th ID Soldiers, Weyand Field
3 - 5 PM
In addition to these activities, there will
be many sport related tournaments,
competitions, and championships for
25th ID Soldiers to participate in!
UPCOMING SPECIAL EVENTS
ROCKTOBERFEST @ WEYAND FIELD - OCT. 3
Come to the rock version of Oktoberfest! Food, Entertainment and of course beer! Join us the the crowning of Mr. and Ms. Rocktoberfest,
costume contest and many other festive activities! We will be serving up a variety of German eats and drinks. This FREE Family event is open
to DOD ID cardholders and their guest. The fun starts at 4 PM to 10 PM. See you there! For more information, call 655-0111.
ZOMBIE RUN @ LEADER’S FIELD - OCT. 10
Join us for the second annual Zombie Run! We dare you to survive a 3-mile race while being chased by zombies. Costumes are highly
encouraged. Come early and get help with your makeup, beginning at 4:30 PM. This run is open to DoD ID cardholders and their guests,
ages18 years old and up. The registration fee is $20 and includes a T-shirt (must register by Sept. 18) or $12 without a T-shirt. Registration
fees are non-refundable. Sign up at any of the DFMWR Fitness Centers. Call (808) 655-8007 for more information. Race starts at 6 PM.
SOLDIER SHOW - NOV. 21
Location to be announced. It’s Army entertainment like you’ve never experienced before. The Soldier Show is a live Broadway-style variety
performance featuring the Army’s best talent. Doors open at 6 PM and the show will begin at 7 PM. For more information please call 655-0002.
HOLIDAY CARD [email protected] SCHOFIELD BARRACKS & FORT SHAFTER NOV 23 - JAN 5
Calling all units, staff offices, agencies and organizations, you are invited to participate in the Holiday Card Lane display. Displays will consist
of at least one or two 4 X 8 sheets of plywood prepared in such a manner that they open like a Holiday card. Each entry will be judged
on its craftsmanship and artistic quality. Awards will be given for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place. All participants must register by Nov. 20. For more
information, call 655-0113.
NORTH HOLIDAY TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY @ GENERAL’S FIELD- DEC. 1
Join us in celebrating the start of the Holiday Season with the lighting of the Schofield Barracks Christmas Tree. Activities begin at 5:30 PM.
The ceremony will begin at 6 PM. Santa will arrive at approximately 6:20 PM. to greet the crowd and take pictures. Hot cocoa and cookies
are available on a first come, first serve basis. For more information, please call 655-0113.
SOUTH HOLIDAY TREE LIGHTING CEREMONY @ PALM CIRCLE- DEC. 3
Join us in celebrating the start of the Holiday Season with the lighting of the Fort Shafter Christmas Tree. Activities begin at 5:30 PM. The
ceremony will begin at 6 PM. Santa will arrive at approximately 6:20p.m. to greet the crowd and take pictures. Hot cocoa and cookies are
available on a first come, first serve basis. For more information, please call 655-0113.
WINTER WONDERLAND @ ALIAMANU MILITARY RESERVATION - DEC. 12
Come out and celebrate the Holiday Season with Family and MWR. Activities include SKIES performances, breakfast with Santa, paint and
take crafts, face painting and more! For more information, please call 655-0002.
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ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE
ACS is here to provide quality support services, various training and education
to our Army community of soldiers, families and civilians stationed on Oahu.
Bldg. 2091 Schofield Barracks - 655-4ACS (4227)
Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP)
Survivor Outreach Services (SOS)
Family Advocacy Program (FAP)
Army Emergency Relief (AER)
Army Volunteer Corps
Employment & Financial Management
Mobilization & Deployment Program
Warrior Transition Battalion
Soldier And Family Assistance Center (SFAC)
SPECIAL 2-PART SEMINAR “10 STEPS TO A FEDERAL JOB” &
“THE PRIORITY PLACEMENT PROGRAM FOR MILITARY SPOUSES
PPP-S/ SPOUSAL PREFERENCE” BY FEDERAL RESUME GURU
KATHRYN @ NEHELANI CONFERENCE CENTER - OCT. 21
Special two-part seminar on the federal job application and the Priority
Placement Program for military spouses. Kathryn Troutman, author and
renowned certified resume writer and trainer, is the guest presenter. The
Seminar is open to all spouses, active duty, civilians, veterans, and family
members with post access.
Kathryn Troutman has over 30 years of experience writing federal resumes and
training on the federal job application process. The 10 Steps to a Federal Job
presentation includes information on the application process, guidance on how
to write an effective federal resume and crucial tips on the Questionnaire, KSAs
and key words. We are excited as Kathryn Troutman will present a NEW section
specially designed for Military Spouses. Many Military Spouses are seeking
federal employment and this briefing targets the narrative style resume required
for PPP-S registration. Kathryn will walk through step by step the federal
application process and the PPP-S registration process and federal resume
writing. Registration Required 9 AM - 12 PM.
HALLOWEEN OPEN HOUSE SPOOKTACULAR @ ACS - OCT. 28
Come trick or treat at ACS and learn about Family Advocacy and Exceptional
Family Member Programs. Enjoy storytime, safety tips with the Military Police
and fun child activites. 1:30 PM to 3:30 PM.
PLAY MORNINGS AT SCHOFIELD BARRACKS AND HMR
Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday at Schofield Barracks (ACS Bldg. 2091) and
every 1st and 3rd Monday at HMR (HMR Chapel above the gym) for children 0
- 3, 10 - 11 AM. Meet other moms and dads. Share information and parenting
tips. Give your child a chance to interact with other children in a safe structured
environment. For more information, call 655-4ACS. Registration not required.
2015
CAREER FAIR
Friday,
Oct. 23, 2015
10 AM - 2 PM
@ The Nehelani
Conference
Center
Meet Employers
On-Site Interviews
Dress Professionally
Bring Resume
NAF Position Available
No Children Please
Job Seekers:
Register with ACS
Employment Readiness @
www.himwr.com/ACS
( Select “class Calendar”)
Call 655-4227
for more information
Schofield Barracks leaders and community
members are joining together during the month
of October to honor victims of domestic violence
and to challenge all of us to learn the causes
and cures of domestic violence.
USARHAW SeniorCommander, MAJ Gen. Charles
A. Flynn, will sign a proclamation declaring
October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month
(DVAM) on October 2 at 10:30 AM at the
Nehelani Conference Center. This year’s theme
is “Live by core values to keep your relationship
healthy and strong.”
DVAM is recognized across the nation every
October because domestic violence affects men
and women, approximately 30 to 60 percent
of domestic violence perpetrators also abuse
children in the home, and one in four women
will experience domestic violence in her lifetime.
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH (DVAM)
PROCLAMATION SIGNING BY THE
USARHAW SENIOR COMMANDER
Friday, Oct 2, 2015
10:30 - 11 AM
Nehelani Ballroom,
Schofield Barracks
Open to the public
Events scheduled for October include
outreach tables at the following dates & times:
Tuesday, Oct. 6
Schofield Barracks PX, 10 AM - 1 PM
Wednesday, Oct. 7
Schofield Barracks Library, 9:30 - 11:30 AM
Friday, Oct. 9,
AMR IPC National Night Out @
AMR Community Center, 4 PM - 7:30 PM
Tuesday, Oct.13
Schofield Barracks Fitness Center, 7 - 9 AM
Friday, Oct. 16
5K Run / Walk
“ We Run So They Dont Have To”,
Hamilton Parade Field, 6 - 7 AM
Friday, Oct. 16, 2015 l 6 AM l Open to the public / Stroller friendly
@ Hamilton Field, Schofield Barracks - Contact ACS, 655-4ACS (4227)
Tuesday, Oct. 20
Fort Shafter PX Market, 10 AM - 1 PM
Friday, Oct. 23,
Schofield Barracks Commissary, 10 AM - 1 PM
Wednesday, Oct. 28
Fort Shafter Library, 2:30 - 4:30 PM
Join ACS for a showing of this wildly entertaining seminar designed to bring hope
and positive change to your marriage, improve communication, help your spouse
truly understand you and your needs, and rekindle the romance in your marriage!
FREE ON-SITE CHILDCARE & DINNER PROVIDED!
Contact ACS to Register! (808) 655-4ACS (4227)
CHILD, YOUTH AND SCHOOL SERVICES (CYS SERVICES)
PARENT CENTRAL SERVICES
241 Hewitt St, Schofield Barracks: 655-5314 / 8380
Bougainville Loop, Bldg. 1782 - AMR: 833-5393
YOUTH SPORTS
Bldg. 9090, Schofield Barracks: 655-6465
Bldg. 1782, Aliamanu Military Reservation: 836-1923
YOUTH SPORTS FLAG FOOTBALL & CHEER CLINICS
Flag Football and Cheerleading clinics on Oct. 17 will start at 9
AM. The clinics will be held at Patriot Park which is located next
to Bennett Youth Center on 2251 McMahon Rd. Bldg. 9090.
YOUTH SPORTS FLAG FOOTBALL OPENING DAY
Flag Football Opening Day on Oct. 24 will start at 9 AM.
Location is Watts Field on Schofield Barracks off of A-road. There
will be tunnel running and a guest speaker. Once the opening day
ceremonies have concluded football games will begin.
YOUTH SPORTS BASKETBALL AND CHEERLEADING
REGISTRATION
For the youth born 1998 - 2009. Registration is Oct 1 Oct 31. The season runs from Jan-Mar. Please ensure when
the parents register they have complete CYS registration
paperwork, Youth Sports registration paperwork, up to date
shot record, physical to last through the season, and birth
certificate. If parent’s registering do not have up to date and
completed paperwork with registration they will not be able to
sign their youth up until all requirements have been met. The
cost is $55 for both sports. If you have a cheerleading uniform
from previous seasons the cost is $20.
YOUTH SPORTS HOME SCHOOL SESSIONS
Schofield Barracks and AMR Youth Sports has re-started their
Home School program. This program is free to our AMR / Ft.
Shafter / Camp Smith / Schofield Barracks / Wheeler and HMR
Home School Community.
AMR / Ft. Shafter Registration Office: 833-5393
SB / Wheeler / HMR Registration Office: 655-5314
$20 - Youth & Parent will receive free t-shirt.
Youth will get a basketball.
Practices will be held on Oct. 22 to Dec. 17
Ages: Youth Born: 2010 - 2011
For any sports questions please call:
AMR / Ft. Shafter: 836-1923
SB / Wheeler / HMR: 655-6465
Youth Sports is Looking for
Volunteer Coaches &
Referees
Home School program for AMR will be every Tuesday from 10
AM - 12 PM. 4 - 7 year olds session will run from 10 - 11 AM.
8 - 16 year olds session will run from 11 AM - 12 PM.
For Schofield Barracks, Home School classes meet at Bennett
Youth Center on Schofield Barracks. The program will run
Tuesday from 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM for all age groups
Youth Sports will provide fitness activities such as basketball,
croquet, flag football, etc. Health and Fitness activities such as 4-H
Health Rocks, Hiking Trails, and bullying. Home School participants
must register with the Parent Central Services on AMR or Schofield
Barracks registration office. There must be a minimum number of
10 participants registered for each age group.
If you would like to serve as a positive role model for our
youth participating in the youth sports program, please
contact your nearest Youth Sports Office today.
Schofield Barracks: 655-6456
AMR / Fort Shafter: 836-1923
Applications: himwr.com/youth-sports
CHILD, YOUTH AND SCHOOL SERVICES (CYS SERVICES)
CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER
114 Kauhini Rd, Bldg 1783,Aliamanu Military Reservation (AMR): 833-5570
462 Hase Dr, Bldg 900,Fort Shafter: 438-1151
327 Kuapale Rd, Bldg 30,Helemano Military Reservation (HMR): 653-0724
2423 McMahon Rd, Bldg 9098,Schofield Barracks: 655-7106
1875 Lyman Rd, Bldg 1279 ,Schofield Barracks: 655-1569
155 Tidball St, Bldg 791,Schofield Barracks: 655-5293
PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT - SOUTH @ AT AMR CDC (BLDG. 1783) AND
AMR SCHOOL AGE CENTER (BLDG. 1782) - OCT. 10
PARENTS’ NIGHT OUT - NORTH @ SCHOFIELD BARRACKS BOWEN
(BLDG. 1279) AND SB SCHOOL AGE CENTER (BLDG. 1280) - OCT. 24
Reservations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis at the Parent
Central Services (PCS) Office at AMR, (808) 833-5393, or SB, (808) 655-5314.
To enroll in Parents’ Night Out, children must be registered with CYS Services no
later than Wednesday at noon prior to the event. Reservations may be taken as
early as the Monday after the previous event.
SKIES UNLIMITED CLASSES
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3
@ WEYAND FIELD
FIELD OPENS @ 4 PM
OPEN TO DOD ID CARD HOLDERS & GUESTS
241 Hewitt Street, Bldg. 1283, Schofield Barracks: 655-9818 / 8326
154 Kauhini Road Bldg. 1782, AMR Studio: 655-9818 / 8326
For class availability or log onto the http://www.himwr.com/skies or call our
facility for more information.
Classes currently available: Spanish / Yoga Dance Class / Vocal Technique /
Instruments / Karate / Theater / Hula Classes / Dance Classes
SCHOOL AGE SERVICES
240 Montgomery Drive, Fort Shafter: 438-6470
1885 Lyman Road Bldg 1280 Schofield Barracks: 655-6476
FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL
655-0111 OR VISIT HIMWR.COM
UPCOMING
SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
& BREAKS
FALL BREAK FROM OCT. 5 - 9.
TEACHER INSTITUTE DAY: OCT. 12
VETERANS DAY: NOV. 11
THANKS GIVING BREAK: NOV. 26 -27
WINTER BREAK: DEC. 18 - JAN. 5
327 Kuapale Road Bldg 30, HMR: 653-0717
154 Kauhini Road Bldg 1782, AMR: 833-4932
MIDDLE SCHOOL AND TEEN CENTER
174 Kauhini Road Bldg 1781, AMR: 833-0920
240 Montgomery Drive Bldg 351, Fort Shafter: 438-1487
2251 McMahon Road Bldg 9090, Schofield Barracks: 655-0451
(Opening Soon)441 Kuapale Road Bldg 25, HMR: 653-0717
THE HIRED! APPRENTICESHIP PROGRAM
This program is offered through CYS Services and designed to meet the
workforce-preparation and secondary-education exploration needs of eligible
15 - 18 year-old youth. High school students who are accepted into the HIRED!
Apprenticeship Program are placed in a 12 - week-long HIRED! Apprenticeship
Position in a USAG-HI, Family and MWR program. These 12-week-long positions
serve as exploratory work experiences under the guidance of a dedicated on-site
mentor. We have a limited number of HIRED slots available. Register today! Apply
by Oct. 9; starts Oct. 16. For more information and to access the apprenticeship
application, visit www.himwr.com/hired-teen-apprenticeships. (808) 655-0451.
DINING & ENTERTAINMENT
Family and MWR Hawaii offers 6 dining facilities that are ready to serve you! For larger events, MWR has two catering and
conference centers for your special event such as Hail and Farewells, seminars, birthday parties and even weddings.
MULLIGAN’S BAR & GRILL
Walter J. Nagorski Golf
Course, Fort Shafter:
438-6712/1974
LOCATION
SUN
LEILEHUA BAR & GRILL
Bldg. 6505, Leilehua Rd,
Wahiawa: 655-7131
MON
HALE IKENA Sunday
Bldg. 711, Morton Dr. Brunch
TUES
NA KOA SNACK BAR
Schofield Bowling Center
Bldg. 557, Burr St,
Schofield Barracks: 624-9469
WED
THURS
Mexican
Soul Food
Cuisine
Lunch Buffet
Lunch Buffet Every last
Fort Shafter
Every Sunday
(808)438-1974 or 10 AM - 1 PM
(808)438-6712
Every Tuesday
11 AM - 1 PM
STRIKE ZONE
Fort Shafter Bowling Center
Bldg. 660, Chamberlain Road:
438-6733
FRI
Grill your
own Steak
Night
Wednesday
11 AM - 1 PM
10/3 & 10/16
3 PM - 8 PM
Hawaiian
Luau Lunch
Buffet
11 AM - 1 PM
Every last Friday
of the month
KOLEKOLE
1249 Kolekole Ave.
Schofield Barracks
(808) 655-0664
Mongolian
BBQ
Every Monday
5 PM - 8 PM
Taco Tuesday Keiki Night
Every Wednesday
Night
Every Tuesday
5 PM - 8 PM
Night
5 PM - 8 PM
NEHELANI
$5 Pupu
Menu
5 PM - 8 PM
Chef’s
Special
Every Friday
5 PM - 8 PM
Hawaiian
Luau Lunch
Buffet
1249 Kolekole Ave.
Schofield Barracks
Nehelani Manager
(808) 655-4466
11 AM - 1 PM
Every last Friday
of the month
It’s Back...
Every Saturday 11am-6pm
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS, HAWAII
Watch the...
Every Sunday starting 1 hour before kickoff
Weekend menu options available with breakfast served all day!
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RECREATION AND LEISURE
ARTS AND CRAFTS
The Arts & Crafts facilities offer a wide variety of programs
to enhance the creativity and technical skills of the military
community. We have a variety of ready-made gifts for farewell
presentations or other occasions.
919 Humphreys Rd, Bldg 572 Schofield Barracks: 655-4202
NEW! PAINT AND GLAZE YOUR OWN CERAMIC
PUMPKIN! OCT. 1 - 24
$30 - $40 9 -11:30 AM
SGT Yano Library @ 10am
Join us \every 1st & 3rd Wednesday of the month
SEPT. 2
PARENT TO PARENT
SEPT. 16
ISLAND TALES
OCT. 7
PARENT TO PARENT
OCT. 21
BIG & BALD
NOV. 4
PARENT TO PARENT
NOV. 18
GOBBLE GOBBLE
DEC. 2
PARENT TO PARENT
DEC. 16
HO! HO! HO!
NEW! MOSAIC CLASSES FOR ADULTS: OCT. 4, 11 & 18
$60 for all three session. Pre-registration is required. Wed / Thurs
10 AM - 3 PM. Fri / Sat 9 AM - 3 PM
MOMS & TOTS
Every Thursday from 10 - 11 AM, September crafts will use hand
building clay. For the cost of only $5, parent and child take on a
creative project together.
POTTERY WHEEL THROWING
Create a beautiful vase or decorative bowl at the Pottery Wheel
Throwing sessions! These workshops happen on Tuesdays from
5 - 8 PM & Sundays from 11 AM - 3 PM
QUILTING/SEWING WORKSHOPS
Come gather together and learn how to make quilts; enjoy
quality time with others while quilting!
AUTO SKILLS AND STORAGE
The Auto Skills Center is here to help you maintain your car,
we provide a safe environment, vehicle lifts, tools for the (DIY),
DO-IT-YOURSELF PERSONS. We also perform State Vehicle Safety
Check Inspections and much more.
Bldg. 910, Duck Rd., Schofield Barracks: 655-9368
Bldg. 1535, Fort Shafter Flats: 438-9402
SERVICES AVAILABLE ON SCHOFIELD BARRACKS:
Mechanic for hire service / Safety Check / Body Service /
RV/Boat/Jet Ski & Long Term Vehicle Storage / Storage Shed /
Rental / DIY Auto Repair / Brake Rotors & Drums
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2015
SCHOFIELD BARRACKS BOWLING CENTER
IT’S A COSMIC HALLOWEEN BASH!
COME DRESSED IN YOUR
BEST HALLOWEEN COSTUME.
DJ AND MUSIC FROM 8 PM UNTIL 1 AM
PRIZE GIVEAWAYS!
SERVICES AVAILABLE AT FORT SHAFTER:
Mechanic for hire service / Safety Check / Storage Shed Rental /
DIY Auto Repair / Brake Rotors & Drums
BOWLING
Army Hawaii Bowling offers three different bowling centers
that deliver the best bowling experience on Oahu. Army Hawaii
Bowling Centers offer the ultimate bowling experience for all
occasions, whether it’s casual or competitive bowling, league or
family bowling, and local or regional tournaments. Plan a party at
any one of our Bowling Centers.
RECREATION AND LEISURE
Schofield Bowling Center - Bldg. 557, Burr Street: 655-0573
Fort Shafter Bowling Center- Bldg. 660, Chamberlain Road: 438-6733
(Opening Soon) Wheeler Bowling Center-1735 Wright Avenue: 656-1745
40 GAMES OF BOWLING FOR ONLY $40 DOLLARS! @
FORT SHAFTER BOWLING CENTER
Offer valid until February 28, 2016 - Restriction apply. For more
information, please call 438-6733.
HAPPY BOWLING BIRTHDAYS! @ FORT SHAFTER
BOWLING CENTER
Plan your birthday at Fort Shafter bowling Center and the birthday
boy or girl will receive a commemorative, authentic bowling
pin- FREE. While supplies last. Parties of 10 or more bowlers. Call
438-6733 for more information.
Navatek Cruises“Date Night” Royal Sunset Dinner Cruise
Offer valid until December 31, 2015
**Romantic Sunset dinner includes the Royal dinner, 1
complimentary photo, a bottle of house red wine, white wine or
champagne, decorated table with a rose & 2 drink tickets.
Adult Standard Seating: $119.50 / Adult Window Seating:
$144.50
Sunset Buffet Dinner Cruise
Offer valid until November 30, 2015
Buy One Adult and Get One Adult 50% Off*
*Not valid for window seat up-grade
Two (2) Adults: $117.00
LIBRARIES
BRING YOUR “A” GAME @ ARMY BOWLING CENTERS
Bring in your report card and kids 18 and under can bowl one free
game for every A/ME/MP they receive. Offer valid 30 days from
report card issuance. Program limitations apply. Call 438-6733 or
655-0573 for more information.
The US Army Hawaii Libraries provide services and materials in a variety
of formats to support the information, education, and recreation needs
of the Hawaii Army community. The main library, SGT Yano, is located at
Schofield Barracks and the branch library is located at Fort Shafter.
GOLFING
PRE-SCHOOL STORY TIME - OCT. 7 & 21
Children 3-5 years old listen to stories, sing and dance, and make
a craft. 10 - 10:45 AM
With sweeping views of the mountains, Leilehua Golf Course is an
18-hole course nestled in between Wheeler Army Airfield and Mililani
Tech Park. Walter J. Nagorski Golf Course at Fort Shafter is a 9-hole
course that represents a golf sanctuary in the middle of the hustle and
bustle of Honolulu. These golf courses challenge all skill levels with its
rolling greens, picturesque fairways, and stunning scenery. Book your
Tee Times online at himwr/golf or by calling the Pro Shop.
Leilehua Golf Course - Bldg. 6505, Leilehua Road Wahiawa, HI:
655-4653 - Pro Shop / Grill
Nagorski Golf Course - Bldg. 711, Morton Drive Fort Shafter, HI:
438-9587 - Pro Shop / Grill
LEISURE TRAVEL SERVICES
LTS provides exceptional military rates for numerous attractions
throughout Hawaii and beyond. Whether you’re into touring museums
or swimming with the sharks - our trained professionals can assist you
with planning your event, special night out, or vacation.
For updates please contact:
Schofield Barracks Flagview Mall - Bldg 3320
Ticket Office: (808) 655-9971 Travel Office: (808)655-6055
Mon - Fri: 9 AM - 6 PM / Saturday: 9 AM - 4 PM
Sundays & All Federal Holidays: CLOSED
Fort Shafter - Bldg. 550 PX Market: (808) 438-1985
Mon - Fri: 9 AM - 5 PM / Saturday: 9 AM - 3 PM
Sundays & All Federal Holidays: CLOSED
CURRENT SPECIALS:
DINNER CRUISES
SGT Yano Library-1565 Kolekole Avenue, Bldg 560: 655-4202
TEEN MANGA CLUB - OCT. 14 & 28
If you’re a teen (between 12 and 17) interested in manga, SGT.
Yano Library is the place for you. Whether you’re a manga fiend or
just getting in to it, join Teen Manga Club. We meet twice a month
to talk about how to improve the manga collection, share artwork
and other activities. 3 - 3:45 PM.
COLORING FOR ADULTS - OCT. 6
If you’re an adult looking for a new activity that will bring stress
relief to your busy life, join us at the library for a coloring session.
Coloring generates wellness and quietness and also stimulates
brain areas related to motor skills, senses and creativity. Coloring
sheets and colored pencils will be provided, as well as tea and
cookies. Adults only. 6:15 - 7:30 PM.
Fort Shafter Library-181 Chapplear Road, Bldg 650: 438-9521
PRE-SCHOOL STORY TIME - OCT. 20
Children 3 - 5 years old listen to stories, sing and dance and
make a craft. 10 - 10:45 AM.
HALLOWEEN MAKE & TAKE - OCT. 28
It’s almost Halloween! Visit the library and make your very own pompom
spider and bat. These are super cute and can be used to decorate your
house or give as a gift. Free, while supplies last. 3:30 - 4:30 PM.
OUTDOOR RECREATION
Recreation offers a wide variety of great outdoor adventure that
you’re sure to love, with more and more being added every month!
RECREATION AND LEISURE
435 Ulrich Way, Bldg 2110, Schofield Barracks: 655-9046
Hours of operation:Tuesday - Saturday: 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM
Sunday, Monday and Holidays: Closed
ADVANCED OPEN WATER DIVE CERTIFICATION: OCT. 2 - 4
Friday - Sunday $195
Martinez PFC- Bldg 488, Schofield Barracks: 655-4804
Health & Fitness Center-Bldg 582, Schofield Barracks: 655-8007
Fort Shafter PFC- Building 665 Fort Shafter: 438-1152
Helemano- Bldg 25, AMR: 653-0719
INTRO TO KAYAKING: OCT. 10 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM $59
Aliamanu- Bldg 1780, HMR: 836-0338
OPEN WATER DIVE CERTIFICATION: OCT. 5 - 9; OCT.
12 - 16; OCT. 19 - 23; OR OCT. 26 - 30
6 to 9 PM $195
AQUATICS
Richardson Pool at Schofield Barracks and the pool at Tripler Army
Medical Center are open year-round, offering Active-Duty PT hours,
lap swim and open swim sessions scheduled year-round. All the
pools offer an extensive learn to swim program and a number of
other water-based instructional classes and programs.
HOME SCHOOL SURFING: OCT. 14
9:30 - 11 AM
ADVANCED OPEN WATER DIVE CERTIFICATION: OCT. 23 - 25
$195
Richardson Pool: 655-9698 (Call For Hours)
INTRO TO MOUNTAIN BIKING (LEVEL I: OCT. 24)
8:30 AM - 12:30 PM $30 / person
HMR Swimming Pool: 653-0716 (Call For Hours)
HOME SCHOOL SURFING: OCT. 28
9:30 -11 AM
FAMILY AND MWR PET KENNELS
TROPICS RECREATION CENTER
Foote Street Bldg. 589 Schofield Barracks: 655-5698
THE TROPICS RECREATION CENTER IS CLOSED FOR
RENOVATIONS.
KEEP YOUR EYES OPEN FOR A GRAND RE-OPENING
SCHEDULED FOR FALL 2015.
BETTER OPPORTUNITIES FOR SINGLE
SOLDIERS (BOSS)
BOSS is a program for single soldiers. The BOSS Council organizes
and conducts activities for single soldiers. These include activities
to the beach, outer islands, off-post entertainment venues, and
activities/parties in the BOSS Lounge, which boasts a big screen
television and areas for table games.
Foote Street Bldg. 589 Schofield Barracks: 655-5698
BOSS MEETINGS @ TROPICS
Hooah! Single Soldiers & Geographic Bachelors are highly
encouraged to attend BOSS 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 Tropics, every 1st & 3rd Wednesday at 3 PM. South
meetings are held at the Fort Shafter Bowling Center, every 2nd
and 4th Wednesday of the month at 10 AM. BOSS is waiting for
your call, 655-1130!
SPORTS, FITNESS & AQUATICS
PHYSICAL FITNESS CENTERS (PFC)
The Family and MWR fitness program oversees six physical fitness
centers that offer equipment, classes and personalized services
available seven days a week.
AMR Swimming Pool: 833-0255 (Call For Hours)
The Family & MWR Pet Kennel offers your furry friends a place to
stay while you’re away! Our outdoor facility contains 196 covered
dog kennels, 19 cat kennel, grassy lawns, and large exercise and
play areas. With our exceptional customer service and passion for
animals, you can be confident in leaving your dogs and cats with
us. Our kennels will soon become your dog or cat’s favorite home
away from home.
Family and MWR pet Kennels
99-951 Halawa Valley St. Aiea, HI 96701
For mor einformation please call (808) 368-3456.
Hours of Operation:10 AM - 2 PM 7 days a week.
BLUE STAR CARD
BIG R: PUMPKIN CARVING NIGHT, OCT. 28, 6:30 - 8 PM AT
KALAKAUA COMMUNITY CENTER, SCHOFIELD BARRACKS
The Blue Star Card program is hosting a spook-tacular evening full
of pumpkin carving, games, music, and fun. This is a FREE event
but advance registration is required. To register, please call 6550113 or email your name, phone number, and the ages of children
attending to [email protected]
WALK OFF THE WAIT (WOW): MAKAPU’U LIGHTHOUSE
HIKE: FRIDAY, OCT. 9 FROM 8:30 AM TO 1 PM
Join BSC on our latest Walk off the Wait (WOW) hike. Limited free
transportation will depart from the Schofield Barracks Bowling
Center parking lot at 8:30 AM. All ages are welcome on this
stroller friendly hike along a paved path. Bring plenty of water
and sunscreen. We will stop for a self-paid lunch on the way back
to Schofield. This is a free event for Blue Star Card holders but
advance registration is required. To register, please call
655-0002/0113 or email [email protected]
Fort Shafter, Bdg 330............438-4ACS/4227
Victim Advocate...................624-SAFE/7233
SHARP Hotline.............................. 655-9474
Military + Family Life Consultant
..................................................... 222-7088
All classes are available at no charge.
For a class schedule and to register for
classes visit http://www.trumba.com/
calendars/army_community_service_
calendar or call ACS
Blue Star Card Program
.................................... 655-0002/655-0111
BOWLING CENTERS
Fort Shafter, Strike Zone................. 438-6733
Schofield Barracks......................... 655-0573
Wheeler........................................ 656-1745
CHILD & YOUTH SCHOOL SERVICES*
Child Development Centers
Aliamanu...................................... 833-5570
Bowen........................................... 655-1569
Fort Shafter................................... 438-1151
Schofield Barracks......................... 655-7106
Petersen........................................ 655-5293
Helemano...................................... 653-0724
CYS Services Outreach
Parent Central Services
Aliamanu ..................................... 833-5393
Helemano Military...........................653-0717
YOUTH SPORTS
SB Sports.........................................655-6465
AMR/FS Sports ...............................836-1923
DINING & ENTERTAINMENT
Casual to fine dining; brunch, lunch or dinner;
entertainment and catering.
Outdoor Recreation
Schofield Barracks
Equipment Checkout*.....................655-0143
Swimming Pools
Aliamanu Pool.................................833-0255
Richardson Pool, Schofield Bks........655-9698
Helemano Pool................................653-0716
Fort Shafter
Hale Ikena.......................................438-1974
Tripler AMC Pool..............................433-5257
Catering..........................................438-6712
Schofield.........................................479-6727
Schofield Barracks
The Nehelani..................655-0660/655-4466
VOLUNTEERS
Kolekole Bar & Grill........655-0660/655-4466
GOLF***
Fort Shafter
Walter J. Nagorski Golf Course........438-9587
Tennis Center*
Volunteer Coordinator.....................655-0620
OUR PARTNERS
AAFES
AMR Shoppette/Gas Station............833-6997
Mulligans........................................438-6715
Fort Shafter PX................................843-1969
Schofield Barracks
Leilehua Golf Course.......................655-4653
Schofield PX....................................622-1773
Leilehua Grill...................................655-7131
Paradise Shoppette (24hr)...............624-9825
LIBRARIES*
Fort Shafter Library..........................438-9521
Gas Station (Foote Gate).................624-5150
SGT Yano Library, Schofield Bks.......655-8002
RECREATION
Arts & Crafts Schofield Barracks*....655-4202
Auto Skills
Fort Shafter.....................................438-9402
Schofield Barracks...........................655-9368
B.O.S.S.............................................655-1130
Class 6............................................624-2171
Military Clothing Sales ....................624-0701
Food Court***................................237-4502
DeCA
Commissary.....................................655-5066
LODGING
Hale Koa Hotel................................955-0555
Ft. Shafter DVQ...............................438-1685
MWR Kennel...................................368-3456
Kilauea Military Camp*
Reservations
Kids on Site................................... 655-8628
Leisure Travel Services*
Fort Shafter.....................................438-1985
Hawaii.................................. 1-808-967-8333
SKIES............................................. 655-9818
Schofield Barracks...........................655-9971
Family Child Care
Aliamanu...................................... 837-0236
Special Events/Recreation Activities
............................................. 655-0002/0113
Schofield Barracks......................... 655-8373
Center-based, in-house, cooperative, full-time
and part-time child care. Jobs and training
provided for center and home caregivers.
Tropics Recreation Center
.......................................................655-5698
Schofield Barracks .......655-5314/655-8380
School Liaison Office
Schofield Barracks.........................655-8326
Youth School Age Services
Schofield Barracks......................... 655-6476
Aliamanu......................................833-4932
Helemano......................................653-0717
Fort Shafter ..................................438-6470
Hired.............................................655-1686
Middle School & Teen Programs (MS&T)
Aliamanu......................................833-0920
Schofield Barracks.........................655-0451
Fort Shafter...................................438-1487
SPORTS AND FITNESS
Physical Fitness Centers
Aliamanu........................................836-0338
Pililaau Army Recreation Center*....696-6783
Reservations....................................696-4158
Tripler Lodging.................................839-2336
SUBSTANCE ABUSE
Army Substance Abuse Program......655-9113
Adolescence Support & Counseling Services
.......................................................655-9944
Helemano........................................653-0719
VETERNARY CLINICS
Services are open to active duty personnel
and military retirees. Please call for an
appointment.
Martinez .........................................655-0900
Fort Shafter.....................................433-2271
Tripler..............................................433-6443
Schofield Barracks......... 655-5889/ 655-5883
Fort Shafter.....................................438-1152
Schofield Barracks Health & Fitness Center
.......................................................655-8007
USAG-HI Sports Office.....................655-0101
.......................................................655-0856
Intramurals
Schofield/Wheeler...........................655-9650
Ft. Shafter/TAMC.............................655-9914
*Also open to Department of the
Army Civilian Employees
** Also open to DA and Federal Employees
***Also open to the General Public
TelephoneDirectory
ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE (ACS)
Real - life Solutions for Successful Army
Living ACS, Schofield Barracks, Bldg 2091
............................................655-4ACS/4227
For more information, call:
655.8007 (h&FC)