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Robert Welch, right, a retired veteran, enjoys his meal with his family during the William Beaumont
Army Medical Center’s Thanksgiving meal at the St. Martin’s Dining Facility Nov. 19.
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William Beaumont Army Medical Center
held a Thanksgiving meal in the St. Martin’s
Dining Facility Nov. 19 for staff, employees
and beneﬁciaries to enjoy the holiday’s fellowship.
Capt. Elya Hillebrand, chief of product
and service, orchestrated the event with her
staff and the facility’s cooks.
“It’s a tradition in the Army to have a really big Thanksgiving meal and we just wanted
to bless everyone with the food, the decorations and everything,” Hillebrand said.
In the past, WBAMC held the meal
Thanksgiving Day. This year, hospital ofﬁcials decided to hold it a week early to give
staff time off Thanksgiving Day and to allow more personnel to attend. This included
WBAMC leaders, who dressed up in Army
Service Uniforms and served the line.
“I am expecting a big crowd today because everyone is at work,” Hillebrand said.
“I am happy to put on this meal and I hope
everyone enjoys it.”
Capt. Kimberly Feeney, chief of clinical
dietetics branch, also helped plan the meal.
Last year, Feeney was in Kuwait, and this
year she was thankful to spend Thanksgiving with her family.
“I am thankful I get to stay in the states
and get to spend time with the people I care
about,” Feeney said. “I am really impressed
with what my co-workers have done today.
All of our employees in the back have been
The line began to form in the morning as
the doors opened. The meal included turkey
with gravy, prime rib, baked ham, sweet potato casserole, mashed potatoes, cornbread
dressing, roasted vegetables, green bean
casserole, waldorf and fruit salads, shrimp
cocktail and pies made with pecan, pumpkin
For three hours, people enjoyed the meal
and thanked the facility’s staff for a job well
Robert Welch, a retired veteran, has been
coming to the Thanksgiving meal for years.
“It is always good and even better this time,”
Jose Velmoral, physician, Adelina Araujo,
licensed clinical social worker, and Maria
Modh, lactation consultant, all hospital employees, have enjoyed the event for the past
“The meal was excellent, delicious and
welcoming,” Araujo said. “I am thankful for
family, employment, good health, for our
country and our service members.”
Command Sergeant Major Donald L.
George, WBAMC command sergeant major,
not only served the guests, but ensured everyone was well cared for during the feast.
“First I would like to thank the staff at
St. Martin Dining Facility for preparing an
outstanding meal. The Soldiers, civilian staff
and beneﬁciaries really enjoyed the meal,
which was well prepared and outstanding,”
10B • December 3, 2015 • FORT BLISS BUGLE
Movie Fan: ‘The Good Dinosaur’ just good
By Movie Fan
Special to the Fort Bliss Bugle
“In a world where dinosaurs
never became extinct …” would
be an appropriate opening phrase
for the trailer promoting the Pixar-animated, Disney-distributed
adventure comedy “The Good
Dinosaur” (PG, 1 hour, 40 minutes). Most scientists believe
about 65 million years ago a meteor struck the Earth, changing the
climate so dramatically dinosaurs
became extinct. If that meteor
had somehow missed, dinosaurs
would’ve likely maintained their
dominance. It also stands to reason they would have continued to
evolve. Just maybe the herbivores
would’ve become farmers and the
carnivores, ranchers. Other species would have evolved too, and
mankind could’ve appeared on
the scene, but probably wouldn’t
have dominated the huge reptiles.
That’s the world in which this film
Meet the Apatosaurus family.
They’re large, green and have long
tails and necks, which they use to
push their snouts through the dirt
to make furrows where they scatter
corn seeds. Poppa Henry (Jeffrey
Wright) and Momma Ida (Frances McDormand) work hard, and
they’re about to get some help.
The couple is happily awaiting
the hatching of their three eggs.
Within moments of each other
emerge Buck (Ryan Teeple, Marcus Scribner), Libby (Maleah Pa-
dilla) and the undersized, overly
anxious Arlo (Jack McGraw, Raymond Ochoa). As the three young
dinosaurs grow, Buck and Libby
become useful members of this
farm family, each rewarded for
their labors with an opportunity to
place a muddy footprint on one of
the rocks that make up the family’s
corn silo. Arlo, on the other hand,
tries hard, but is either too scared
or too clumsy to accomplish much
and longs for his chance to “make
Poppa does what he can to help
little Arlo, but he knows that, eventually, Arlo’s going to have to accomplish something on his own.
Poppa gives Arlo the job of trapping and killing “the critter” which
has been stealing corn out of the
silo. The creature that springs the
trap turns out to be a feral young
cave boy who grunts and moves
around on all fours. To Arlo, this
is just an animal who steals the
family’s corn reserves, but he
still can’t bring himself to kill the
critter. When Poppa finds out the
critter got away, he and Arlo give
chase, but a sudden storm keeps
them from catching the little guy.
Arlo comes to blame the critter for
everything that’s wrong in his life.
The next time the boy shows up,
Arlo angrily chases after him, only
to fall into the river, hit his head on
a rock, get swept downstream and
awake to find himself alone, scared
and far from home – with no recognizable landmarks in sight.
The rest of the movie involves
Arlo’s attempts to find his way
home – before forces of nature or
predators do him in. “The critter,”
which Arlo names “Spot,” joins
Arlo on his journey and the two
end up friends, helpers and protectors for each other. On this journey,
the pair encounter a Styracosaurus oracle and animal whisperer
named Forrest Woodbush (Peter
Sohn), a group of viciously predatory pterodactyls, led by Thunderclap (Steve Zahn), a family of
Tyrannosaurus ranchers headed by
Butch (Sam Elliott) and a gang of
cattle rustling Velociraptors which
includes a dinosaur named Earl
(John Ratzenberger). Between the
wild animals and the similarly
violent and unpredictable storms,
Arlo and Spot making it back to
Arlo’s farm is far from certain.
“The Good Dinosaur” has much
to recommend it to families and
fans of animated movies, but lacks
the inspiration that makes the difference between good and great
family fare. The story is original
and fun to watch, but doesn’t have
much to say. At times, you may
even wonder what this is you’re
watching and why, but a couple
magical scenes involving fireflies
and the movie’s spectacular computer animation help hold the attention. The script is strong but not
what I’d call special, and contains
a mildly amusing, but rather odd
scene of Arlo and Spot eating berries that make them hallucinate.
The voice work is solid, even with
an unusually large proportion of
little known actors. This movie is
entertaining enough to be worth a
look, but has problems that make
the adjective in the title more de-
scriptive than the filmmakers probably intended. This release isn’t
great, but it is pretty good. “B”
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FORT BLISS BUGLE • December 3, 2015 • 11B
PRT is an integral
part of a Soldier’s day.
The Polar Plunge
is from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday at
the Soldier Activity Center, 20732
Constitution Road, East Fort Bliss.
Enjoy hot cocoa, a T-shirt giveaway
and underwater pictures with Santa.
Open to DoD ID card holders. Free.
Holiday Run: You may not be able
to go dashing through the snow on
Fort Bliss but you sure can go dashing
down the road at the 8K Holiday Run.
The run is at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at
the Soto PFC. Strollers, scooters and
friendly pups are invited. Cost: $10
for active duty and children 12 and
under; $20 for all others; $10 late fee
on race day. Race participants with a
DoD ID will be entered into a drawing to win an Xbox One. Drawing at
the end of race and winners must be
Pearl Harbor Triathlon: This 5K
run, 30K bike and 40 meter swim is
at 7 a.m. Saturday at White Sands
Missile Range’s Bell Gymnasium.
Cost: $60 individuals; $70 teams.
For more information, call 575-6783374 or visit wsmrmwr.com (click on
“Bell Gym”). Online registration at
Men’s basketball schedule: The
Photos by Lori Newman / BAMC Public Affairs
Sgt. Andrea Kraus brushes her horse after a ride at the Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Equestrian Center Nov. 10. Kraus rides every Tuesday as part
of the Soldier Adaptive Reconditioning Program at Brooke Army Medical Center’s Warrior Transition Battalion.
Soldiers take the reins of their recovery
Soto Laser Tag: Enjoy indoor late-
night laser tag at 10 p.m. Dec. 20 at
the Soto Fitness Center. The obstacles
will be set up and the lights turned off
for laser tag fun throughout the twostory gym. The cost is $10 per person
and it is open to the public. Fun for
all ages; first-come, first-served basis.
Soto PFC is located at 20751 Constitution Ave. 744-1532
By Lori Newman
Brooke Army Medical Center Public Affairs
JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO-FORT SAM
HOUSTON, Texas – Transitioning warriors
have a plethora of activities to choose from in
the Soldier Adaptive Reconditioning Program,
but only one involves a 1,000-pound animal.
Soldiers from the Brooke Army Medical
Center’s Warrior Transition Battalion have the
opportunity to go horseback riding at the Joint
Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Equestrian Center every Tuesday.
Part of the equine therapy is learning to
care for and bond with the animal as well as
ride, said Annie Blakely, a certified and registered Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship instructor. PATH is a global
authority, resource and advocate for equineassisted activities and therapies.
This type of therapy can help people both
physically and mentally by improving respiration, circulation, balance, metabolism, muscle
strength and agility, according to the Equine
Assisted Therapy website.
Staff Sgt. Cedric Richardson never rode
a horse before he started the program three
“When I come out here I’m having fun with
the animal, but I’m also taking care of the animal,” Richardson said. “I’m learning a new
skill, horseback riding. It’s unique and different if you haven’t grown up doing it.”
Richardson’s favorite horse is Gary. “I think
he’s one of the biggest horses out here. He’s
very energetic and he has the muscle to match,
so you have to really know what you are doing and have confidence when you ride him,”
“When I bring people out here (to the equestrian center), I see their inner child come out
because they relax and they really enjoy being
around the animals,” said Brad Bowen, Military Adaptive Sports Program coordinator.
“It gives me a little bit of release from the
Army side. I get to come out here and just
enjoy being outside and with my favorite animal,” Pvt. Ashiah Moshauer said.
“I love the animals. They seem to be so intuitive of what you are feeling. It’s nice to be
able to take a step back. It creates a sense of
mindfulness,” Sgt. Andrea Kraus said.
Adaptive horseback riding is just one of
several options the transitioning Soldiers can
participate in during their recovery.
“The Soldier Adaptive Reconditioning Program offers Soldiers the opportunity to get out
and do what they really like to do as part of
their recovery,” Bowen said.
SARP offers more than 15 different options
for transitioning warriors including high-impact, high-energy activities such as wheelchair
basketball, cycling and track and field, as well
men’s team from Fort Bliss that plays
in the Central U.S. Military Basketball Conference, southern division,
will play in the Joe Hall Tournament
at Lackland Air Force Base, San
Antonio, Saturday and Sunday and
against Fort Hood at 4 p.m. Dec. 12
and 8:30 a.m. Dec. 13 at the Abrams
Fitness Center at Fort Hood, Texas.
Bowling Family Thank You: Let
the personnel at Desert Strike Lanes
show their appreciation with great
specials at the Family Thank You
event from 1-6 p.m. Dec. 24. Includes
glow bowling all day, on-the-hour
prizes and a dollar bonanza. Enjoy
$1 games of bowling, shoe rentals,
hot dogs, pizza, small drinks and
Out with a Bang:
Soldiers from Brooke Army Medical Center’s Warrior Transition Battalion ride horses at the Joint Base
San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Equestrian Center Tuesdays as part of the recovery process. Equineassisted therapy can help people physically and mentally by improving respiration, circulation, balance,
metabolism, muscle strength and agility.
Stop by Desert Strike Lanes from 9 a.m.-1 a.m.
Dec. 31 and end the year on a high
note at the Annual Out with a Bang
event. Party favors and complimentary snacks will be given to the first
100 people. $15 (not including shoe
rental) gets you all you can bowl.
Family Day at the Wall: How’s
the view from the top? Find out during Family Day at the Wall. The Soldier Activity Center is normally open
to guests ages 18 and older, but on
Family Day, the wall is open to all
climbers age 6 and up. Climbing is
available on a first-come, first-served
basis from noon-6 p.m. every Thursday and Saturday. The center is located at 20732 Constitution Ave. on
Central Fort Bliss. 744-1532
1,000 Pound Club:
Soldiers, Department of Defense civilian employees and dependents can sign up to
try and become a member of the
1,000 Pound Club at the Stout Physical Fitness Center snack bar. Tests
take place at Ironworks Gym West
and Ironworks Gym Central. Cost:
Army Staff Sgt. Cedric Richardson sits atop Gary at the Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston Equestrian Center Nov. 10. The activity is one of several available to transitioning Soldiers through the Soldier
Adaptive Reconditioning Program at Brooke Army Medical Center’s Warrior Transition Battalion.
as low-impact options such as brain games,
chess or arts and crafts.
“SARP is designed to get Soldiers active
during their transition. They are required to
participate 150 minutes a week in one or more
of our activities,” Bowen said. “We try to incorporate almost any activity that you can
think of or anyone wants to do into our program.”
To fulfill the requirement of 150 minutes per
week, activities are held Monday, Tuesday and
Wednesday and there are different programs
each month. Soldiers participate in their physical training and can choose other activities.
Replica Pool renovations: The
Replica Pool is closed indefinitely
due to renovations, including a new
concrete deck, pool plumbing system,
edge tile, pool liner, slides, diving
standards and more. 741-5900
Tennis Scramblers: Step up your
game by taking part in Family and
Morale, Welfare and Recreation’s
Tennis Scramblers. The scramblers
are usually the last Wednesday of
every month at the Tennis Club, 262
Club Road. 569-5448
12B • December 3, 2015 • FORT BLISS BUGLE
Off Duty is a compilation of military-afﬁliated information and events focused on the
Soldier, their family members and veterans.
Information should be 100 words or fewer
and contain no editorializing. An informational brief that is not time-speciﬁc will not
run for more than four weeks. Submissions
are due no later than Friday for publication in the following week’s paper. To learn
more, call 568-4088.
can acquire a visitor pass. A turnaround lane
will be setup for visitors to use after completing their business at the VCC. 568-7002 or
email [email protected]
Seasonal inﬂuenza vaccine: Subject
to availability the seasonal inﬂuenza vaccine will be available to >>
ages 3 and older at Freedom Crossing Food
Court, 1611 Haan Rd., Dec. 10-11 from 9
a.m.-4 p.m.; and Dec. 12 from 10 a.m.-2
Bugle coverage tips sought:
If you have a story idea for The Bugle staff
to consider for an upcoming edition, please
contact our managing editor Jim Gonzales at
568-4088 or [email protected] and
provide insight as to why you think it is worthy of being featured in the newspaper. Topics with the best chances of being approved
will focus on Soldier resiliency, leadership
and warrior skills development, positive human interest stories and visually dynamic
training. If you know of a storyline that meets
one of those suggested topics, please let us
know. If selected, the public affairs ofﬁce will
do the rest.
FirstLight FCU: The FirstLight Federal
Credit Union branch located at 20727 Constitution Ave., Central Fort Bliss, is no longer
open Saturdays. Branches at 1741 Marshall
Road on West Fort Bliss and at 1555 N. Lee
Trevino Dr. in El Paso will remain open on
Saturdays. To explore online banking options, visit FirstLightFCU.org. 562-1172
Fort Bliss boundary closures: A high
explosive, live-ﬁre training exercise will take
place from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Saturday, and will
require the closure of the south and east sides
of Fort Bliss boundaries. On the south side,
civilian and military personnel living on or
near Isleta Del Sur Pueblo must not cross the
boundary fence to enter Fort Bliss (from the
intersection of Carinha Ave. and Tunisia St.
to Loma Linda Road). On the east side of Fort
Bliss, civilian and military personnel living
near Dell City must not cross the boundary
fence to enter Fort Bliss (from Dell City along
the fence to Owen Prather Hwy. 506). Hwy.
506 can be used to cross Fort Bliss to Hwy.
Directorate of Human Resources: The
Directorate of Human Resources is hosting a
Christmas team building event Dec. 15 and
will close at 11:30 a.m. The Soldier for LifeTransition Assistance Program will remain
open. Normal operations resume Dec. 16.
Call 568-3093 for emergencies.
Transition brieﬁng cancellations: The
Transition Ofﬁce will not conduct a Transition
Separation Brieﬁng Dec. 25. 568-3043
Gate closure: The Old Ironsides Access
Control Point is closed through Dec. 18
because of construction. Trafﬁc on the east
side of the installation will use the Constitution ACP until project completion. The Old
Ironsides Visitor Control Center will remain
operational during the construction so drivers
Debt collection notice:
This is a debt collection notice for Staff
Sgt. Dorcille N. Jamison. All services
under Jamison’s name should be put on
hold. All those with debts to be collected under the name Jamison or for other
information regarding collections, call
1st Lt. Benjamin Boult at 742-1875 or
email [email protected]
EFMP Holiday Celebration: The EFMP
Family Holiday Celebration will take place
from 5:30-7 p.m. tonight at Army Community Service, 2494 Ricker Road. Festivities will include crafts, cookie decorating,
pictures with Santa and more. 569-4227,
Biggs Laser Tag: Who’s afraid of the
dark? Enjoy night laser tag for youth of all
ages at Biggs Park on Central Fort Bliss.
Equipment is included. Biggs Laser Tag is
scheduled from 6-10 p.m. Friday. Cost:
$10 per person, includes equipment rental.
Biggs Park is located at 11388 Sergeant
Major Blvd. on Central Fort Bliss. 7441532
Homemade for the Holidays: There
is something about the holiday season that
gets people excited about crafting. If this is
you, stop by the Mickelsen Community Library for their Homemade for the Holidays
crafting sessions. Sessions are: Saturday
– ornaments, Dec. 12 gift tags and cards
and Dec. 19 paperback books or magazines and paper Christmas trees for children. Sessions are free and are available
while supplies last. Open to DoD ID card
holders only. 568-1902
Breakfast with Santa: It’s that time of
year again and this is your chance to ﬁnd
out if you’ve been naughty or nice. Join us
for Breakfast with Santa as he makes his
yearly stop at the Rod and Gun Club Sunday. Enjoy a scrumptious all-you-can-eat
buffet ﬁlled with holiday favorites from 8
a.m.-noon. Cost: $12.95 for adults and
$6.95 for ages 5-10 (children 4 and under
free). Children will have the opportunity to
visit with the jolly guy himself; be sure to
pack your cameras and wish-lists. The club
is located at 3730 Roy Johnson Lane in
Northeast El Paso. 568-2983
Management skills workshops: Fort
Bliss FMWR offers “Stress Management”
from 9-11 a.m. Dec. 10 at the Family Resilience Center, Bldg. 250. 569-5487
Holiday Balloon Sale: It’s a great opportunity to shop for others and yourself at
Underwood Golf Complex from 7 a.m.-5
p.m. Dec. 12. Enjoy light hors d’oeuvres
and festive drinks. Visit the Pro Shop and
pop a balloon for your chance to win up to
50 percent off merchandise and free gear
(Titleist and Ping products excluded). The
complex is located at 3193 Coe Avenue.
Holiday Brunch: Join us from 10 a.m.-1
p.m. Dec. 20 for our annual brunch and
holiday feast. Enjoy breakfast favorites and
decadent desserts along with champagne,
mimosas and wine, all included. Santa
will be on hand for pictures. Seating available by reservation only. Cost: $20.95 for
adults, $10.95 for children 5-10 and those
4 and younger eat free. The Centennial is
located on Central Fort Bliss, 11199 Sgt. E.
Churchill St. 744-8427
Unit Book Kits: Are you part of a unit
going into the ﬁeld or deploying soon? If
so, you can stop by the Mickelsen Community Library and pick up book kits for free.
The kits contain a selection of popular ﬁction and non-ﬁction paperback items. 5681902
Sun Bowl Brunch: Headed to the 2015
Hyundai Sun Bowl game? From 9-11
a.m. Dec. 26, the Sun Bowl Brunch will
be served at the Pershing Pub, 243 Club
Road. Enjoy hot and cold breakfast items
and refreshing drinks before the game. Afterward, take advantage of our free ride to
and from the game for brunch guests. Cost:
$17.95 for adults and $9.95 for ages
5-10, and children 4 and younger eat free.
Advance ticket purchases required. Tickets
at both ITR locations (Freedom Crossing
and Soldier Activity Center), the Rod and
Gun Club and the Pershing Pub on Fridays
from 4-8 p.m. For game tickets, discounted
military tickets are available at both ITR locations for $15. Call 781-6809 for game
tickets; call ITR at 744-1524 or 569-6446.
to impress and be ready for serious dancing. Space is limited and reservations are
required. Only open to registered MYC and
RYC kids. 744-2449
SKIES Unlimited Dance Recital: Join
us as the SKIESUnlimited dance classes
showcase their skills in their Winter Recital,
“What a Wonderful World” at 6:15 p.m.
Dec. 12 at the Stayton Theater. Doors open
at 6 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend the
free event. 568-5544
OSCA Tour of Homes: This year’s Fort
Bliss Tour of Historic Homes is tonight. The
event includes a walking tour of the installation’s historic homes, which will be decked
out in Christmas décor. Open to the public.
Guests can check in between 4:30-6 p.m. p. 888
at Pershing Pub, located inside Pace Hall,
at 243 Club Road, off Sheridan Road. Purchase tickets for a chance to win holiday gift
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brigades. Drawings will take place at 5:45
p.m. Snacks, refreshments and a cash bar
will be available. Tours from 6-8 p.m. http://
TARP Training: Threat Awareness and Reporting Training is from 1-3 p.m. Friday at
Sage Hall, West Fort Bliss. Learn about potential espionage or insider threat indicators,
such as unexplained afﬂuence, inappropriate use of government electronics, unreported foreign associations and more. 568-5392
Launch Pad Lecture: At 9 a.m. Friday at
the New Mexico Museum of Space History,
discover the story behind the rendezvous of
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New Year’s High Stakes Bingo: Start
the New Year off right with a little extra
cash in your pocket and try your luck at
winning $2,000 in guaranteed cash prizes. A buy-in of $40 includes a paper bingo
pack, dinner buffet, and champagne toast
for the New Year’s observance on the East
Coast at 10 p.m. Doors open at 4 p.m. and
the dinner begins at 6 p.m. 744-8427
SKIESUnlimited: SKIESUnlimited offers
a variety of fun and educational programs
geared for children of all ages and talent
levels. Music classes like piano, voice, guitar and drums are available. SKIES also has
a variety of art, sports, driver’s training, and
babysitting courses to just name a few. Call
our team today at 568-5544. All students
must be enrolled with CYS Services Parent
Central. Call 568-4374 to set up an appointment. Class registration opens from
the 20th of the month prior to the 7th of the
month you are enrolling for. www.bliss.armymwr.com
Saturday Care with CYSS: CYSS will
provide once-a-month Saturday childcare
at Milam CDC from 1-11 p.m. Saturday.
For more call 744-7879. Need childcare
on other Saturdays? Family childcare offers
in-home providers. Babysitter lists are available at each center. Both options are $4 per
hour and reservations are required. Children must be registered with CYSS.
Fort Bliss Teen Masquerade Ball: Attention all Milam Youth Center and Replica
Youth Center youths! Come out to the ﬁrst
Fort Bliss Teen Masquerade Ball at 6:30
p.m. Saturday at the Centennial Banquet
and Conference Center. Formal attire is
required; no jeans. Make sure you dress
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IN THE HEART OF THE SEA 3D CC (PG13) Thu. 7:40 10:30
KRAMPUS CC (PG13) Fri.-Thu. 12:00 2:45 5:20 7:55 10:30
CREED CC (PG13) Fri.-Thu. 12:20 4:20 7:30 10:20
THE GOOD DINOSAUR IN DISNEY DIGITAL 3D CC (PG)
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THE GOOD DINOSAUR CC (PG) Fri.-Thu. 12:00 12:45 2:30
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Gemini 6 and 7, learn what the first musical instruments in space were and how the
Army versus Navy game played a role in the
mission as Chris Orwoll, museum executive
director, presents “Close Encounters: Rendezvous in Space with Gemini 6 and 7.” Free.
Holiday Meals for Military: Join Operation Homefront for a holiday meals for
military distribution event from 10 a.m.-2
p.m. Dec. 10 at the Family Resilience Center,
250 Club Road. Register at events.OperationHomefront.net. Service members E1-E6
Active Duty or post - 9/11 wounded warriors
‘Identity Theories’: The Consulate General of Mexico presents the Lux Boreal Dance
Company, part of a bi-national artistic movement out of Tijuana, Mexico and San Diego, at 7 p.m. Friday at Chamizal National
Memorial. “Identity Theories” is a modern
dance show that brings the themes of belonging, relationship and isolation to the stage.
Side Dish Productions: The UTEP Dinner Theatre presents “The Last Five Years”
Friday through Sunday and Dec. 11-13. By
Jason Robert Brown, the musical is an emotionally powerful and intimate musical about
two New Yorkers in their 20s who fall in and
out of love over the course of five years. Friday and Saturday shows start at 8 p.m. and
Sunday shows at 2:30 p.m. No meals are
served. Cost: $15 adults; $12 faculty, staff,
alumni association members and children
ages 4-12, non-UTEP students, military and
groups of 20-plus; $10 UTEP students (one
ticket per ID). 747-6060
Grace Fair: GraceLife Church will host
the 3rd Annual Grace Fair from 9 a.m.-3
p.m. Saturday at 581 Thorn Road. Features
a Heavenly Sweets Shop with home-baked
goods, vendors for holiday shopping and
much more. Classic cars will be on display.
Free admission. 525-4607
Telling Project: The acclaimed Telling Project gives veterans and family members the
chance to go on stage to speak about how
service affected their lives and attitudes. The
performance-based project has been a success in at least 35 cities and 17 states and is
coming to El Paso Dec.10-12. To register for
an interview, email [email protected]
org by Monday. Interviews will be followed
by training and rehearsals before the staging
of six performances across El Paso in May
2016. All stage performances will be free
and open to the public.
Art auction: Amor por Juarez will host its
5th Annual Art Auction at 6 p.m. Dec. 11
at the Sotoa Building, 500 W. Overland.
Amor por Juarez organizes this event to raise
money for programs that help the youth of
Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Tickets: $50. 6914026
MOAA meeting: The El Paso Chapter
Military Officers Association of America will
meet for brunch at 9:30 a.m. Dec. 12 in the
Centennial Banquet and Conference Center,
Building 11199 Sgt. E. Churchill St., Central
Fort Bliss. Michael Mena, commissary store
director, will speak. The 2016 Board of Directors will be elected and installed. Officers
from every branch of service and their spouses are invited. Cost is $20 per person and
reservations are required by Wednesday to
El Paso Chapter MOAA, P.O. Box 6144,
Fort Bliss, TX 79906-0144. 533-5111
Handel’s ‘Messiah’: El Paso Choral Society presents Handel’s “Messiah” at 7:30
p.m. Dec. 12 in the Abraham Chavez Theatre. Cost: $10 to $40. Buy tickets at Ticketmaster.com, 800-745-3000 or the Plaza
Theatre Box Office. 479-0156
Magoffin Home Holiday Open
House: The historic Magoffin Home in
Downtown El Paso, 117 and 1120 Magoffin
Ave., will hold a holiday open house from
4-8 p.m. Dec. 12. The house will be decorated with lights and holiday decorations
and musicians will entertain. The visitor cen-
ter will also have children’s activities, music
and refreshments. Cost: $2 for adults and
children; children under 5 free. 533-5147 or
Society of Military Widows: The Society of Military Widows Sun Chapter 30 Fort
Bliss will hold a luncheon meeting at 11:30
a.m. Dec. 13 at the Centennial Banquet and
Conference Center. Membership open to military widows with DoD ID card. Reservations
required at 751-5981.
First AD Band Holiday Concert: The
1st Armored Division Band will perform
a concert entitled, “An American Holiday
Festival” at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 17 at the Plaza
Theatre, 125 Pioneer Plaza. The doors open
at 6:30 p.m. for ticket holders, and at 7:15
p.m. for non-ticket holders. Cost: Free. Get
tickets at the theatre box office. 568-2263
Navidad de La Fe Luminarias: The
Christmas spirits of hope and giving will
come alive from 6-10 p.m. Dec. 19 when
4,000 luminarias (sand-filled paper bags
with a candle) will be lit aglow at nightfall
along El Paso’s Scenic Drive during the 24th
Annual Navidad de La Fe Luminarias. Free
and open to the public. Vehicles enter Scenic
Drive at Richmond Ave. 545-7190
Free holiday hotel rooms: El Paso Holiday Inn Express and Suites and El Paso Staybridge Suites are participating in a program
that offers free hotel rooms to those who have
friends or family in hospitals, nursing homes,
or treatment centers over the Christmas holiday as part of TMI Hospitality’s program,
Room in the Inn. TMIHospitality.com/RoomintheInn
Operation Ride Home: The Armed Services YMCA is partnering with Jack Daniel’s
for the 5th Annual Jack Daniel’s Operation
Ride Home, which helps bring junior enlisted service members home to their families
during the holidays. ORH assists with up
to $400 per airline ticket and $100 per individual for POV travel. A distance of 350
miles or more from the service members’ duty
station is required. Travel must be within the
continental U.S. and excludes Alaska and
AAFES Sweepstakes: AAFES wants to
make holiday wishes come true for military
shoppers by paying their Military Star card
up to $8,200 with the “Your Holiday Bill is
on Us” sweepstakes. Through Dec. 31, shoppers will be automatically entered in the
worldwide sweepstakes each time they use
their card at the Fort Bliss Exchange or online at shopmyexchange.com. Each transaction counts as one entry. Three grand-prize
winners will win a bill paid up to $8,200
and a minimum of $2,500; 10 second prize
winners will be awarded a $1,000 credit
and 25 third-place winners will earn a $500
Win $1,800 for holiday memories:
Soldiers, Airmen and their families can win a
“All real estate advertised in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair
Housing Act of 1968, which makes it illegal to advertise ‘any preference,
limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion or national origin, or
any intention to make such preference, limitation or discrimination.The Bugle
will not accept any advertisement for real estate which is in violation of the
law. All dwellings advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis.”
8836 Norton B
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9752 Blue Wing
10301 Yellowstone 4BD
4601 RL Shoemaker 3BD
10996 Northampton 3BD
11961 Mesquite Rock 3BD
6920 Jaricho Tree 3BD
12045 Copper Mine 3BD
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11832 Auburn Sand 3BD
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$1,000 Army & Air Force Exchange Service
gift card by sharing a favorite holiday memory in the Wrigley Sweet Storybook Sweepstakes. Through Dec. 25, authorized Exchange shoppers can send an essay of 500
words or less detailing one of their warmest,
fuzziest holiday memories to [email protected]
aafes.com. The grand prize winner will be
awarded a $1,000 Exchange gift card,
while second- and third-place runners-up will
respectively win $500 and $300 gift cards.
Colon cancer screenings: This holiday
season give yourself the gift of colon cancer
screening with an informational appointment
Wednesday at William Beaumont Army
Medical Center’s Surgical Clinic. A screening is a good idea if you are over 50, have a
family history of colon cancer, have a personal history of colon polyps, have experienced
an unexplained change in bowel habits or
have noticed blood in your stool. First-come,
Research help requested: Patrick
O’Keefe, a Capella University doctoral student, is conducting a research project to
explore what Army wives experience when
using Facebook to communicate with their
deployed husbands. Contact Patrick at (757)
406-3083 or [email protected]
edu. Participants will receive a $25 Amazon
gift card. U.S. Army Research Institute for the
Behavioral and Social Sciences survey control number: DAPE-ARI-AO-14-21.
Bataan Memorial Death March Volunteers: The 2016 Bataan Memorial Death
March will take place at 7 a.m. March 20,
2016 at White Sands Missile Range, and
organizers need volunteers to make it all
happen. Volunteers must be 18 or older
(exception is the Saturday March 5, 2016,
packet preparation session; volunteers may
be 13 years or older). Some jobs require a
special government license and standing and
sitting for extend periods of time. Shifts are
five to eight hours long. Email questions to
Raytheon scholarships: Raytheon, in
partnership with Student Veterans of America, is accepting applications for the 2016
Raytheon Patriot Scholarship. Two $10,000
scholarships will be awarded to Army student veterans pursuing an undergraduate or
graduate degree at an accredited university.
Apply on the SVA website through April 4,
Apartment Maintenance Careers:
The Texas Apartment Association Education
Foundation, the El Paso Apartment Association, Goodwill Industries of El Paso and Western Technical College are sponsoring a new
program targeting veterans that provides
training to earn the Certificate for Apartment
Maintenance Technicians. The CAMT is a
nationally recognized professional program.
Classes start at WTC in March 2016. 7781858
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12138 Yvonne Richardson3BD
12352 Tierra Volcan 4BD
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1677 Dennis Babjack 3BD
12245 Tierra Azteca 3BD
11879 Vere Leasure 4BD
2256 Tierra de Paz 3BD
3089 Manny Aguilera 4BD
14229 Lasso Rock 4BD
14184 Strata Rock 4BD
14609 Randall Cunningham 4BD
2913 Pebble Rock 4BD
1236 Olga Mapula 3BD
12039 Paul Klee
14528 Jesus Almeida 3BD
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2416 Escape Point 3BD
3644 Pablo Sanchez 3BD
3174 Samantha Rae 3BD
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with ceramic tile floors,
Single level, 4 bdrm,
Lg kitchen w/island,
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Homes for sale or rent
1991 Pontiac TransSport, $500. Dependable vehicle, good MPG.
Not running now-electrical issue. 859-1238 / 247-1253
Fully fenced and cozy, NE, 3BR, 2 BA, Near Ft. Bliss. EZ access
to Ft. Bliss, McGregor Range, Holloman AFB, White Sands Missile
Range, schools, shopping, church, parks. Pets OK. $850/mo security dep. + References req. 751-0600 or 383-4170
1998 Nissan Frontier. 141k- all maintenance up to date. 4 cyl,
>> Everything works. Have all receipts, runs
5 speed manual trans.
& drives great. Low miles. Rust-free Georgia truck. $3999. 270498-0864
Eastside, near Rich Beem & Pebble Hills, 3BR, 2BA, lg master
suite, refrigerated a/c, several upgrades, about 1700 sf, built
2010, quick drive to Ft Bliss, $127,000. 881-7591
2014 Chevrolet Camaro. Excellent condition, v6 automatic transmission, no accidents, very low mileage 10,044 miles. 487-0545
14024 Tierra Halcon- Eastside. 4BR, 3BA, 2 car gar., washer,
dryer, refrigerator, stove & central refrigeration & heating. Schools
in walking distance, base is 15 mins away. $1050/mo. 219-3054
NE Home for rent–5718 Wren, 4BR, 1.5BA, living room, den, converted garage could be used as 4th bdrm, lg storage shed, freshly
painted, new ceramic tile, spacious, plenty parking space, $875/
mo. $700/dep. Available now. 740-4983
Cozy East side home for rent, minutes away from Ft. Bliss, 3BR,
2BA, double garage, wood laminate throughout. $850 rent/deposit. 256-4388
Newly reupholstered leather couch, chair and two ottomans. Color: Caramel brown. Total price for all four pieces: $600. 861-7723
Leather sofa and loveseat, used, in great condition. Both pieces
are all-around supple leather, black. Little bit of wear on the bottom, no tears. Sofa is 81” long/wide. Cushions still have good padding. $500 for both OBO. (253)209-2481
3/2 2300sf home in Northeast. 11108 Whitey Ford, ready to move
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Stereo components, older reel-to-reel, receiver, turntable, speakers. 248-9461
Condo–2BR, 2BA, near post, cable, water and trash free. Carport,
view, on private road. No city noises. $850/mo. 269-3970
Rent–minutes from Ft. Bliss. 6031 Pompeii 79924. $950/mo.
$1000/dep. $500/pet dep. or buy $89,000–No owner ﬁnancing/
no rent to own. Pictures on facebook: Bryan Xochi. 494-2963
Spawn Action Figure Collection lot. All in mint, new condition from
various series. Total of 23-24 individual issue ﬁgures and rare
boxed editions. Can e-mail pics. $15-$80. (253)209-2481
Far East Side - 3 BR, 2 Full BA, F/P, refrigerated air, 2 car garage,
large fenced yard, kitchen with island, big closets, Pets OK with
Deposit, 20 mins to Ft. Bliss. $950/mo. 241-0812
Invincible Ironman #1 Wizard World Con 2008 Texas edition issue signed by illustrator/author Joe Quesada. Brand new, mint
condition, in protective case, graded 9.8 by CGC. $150 OBO.
Upper North Hills–3BR, 2BA, living rm, dining family rm, 2 car
garage, ref. air, fresh paint, new carpet in bedrooms. $1050/Mo
+ Dep. 821-1455
Room for rent, NE–3BR, 2 full BA, very well kept front & back
yards. No pets, washer & dryer hook ups, ceil. fans in each rm. No
additional deposit for electric or gas utilities. Min. 1 yr contract,
bad credit not an issue. $350/mo + $165/dep, utilities included.
Avail Dec. 9. Military welcomed. 702-8301
Playboy Collection Lot. Total of 202 individual monthly & special
editions. All in great conditon, several in new unopened packaging. Corners are crisp, no tears. Can send pics by e-mail. $350
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