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B2 - Fort Bliss Bugle
Movie Fan: ‘The 33’
is exceptional film
By Movie Fan
Special to the Fort Bliss Bugle
Mining is a dangerous business. Going deep underground to dig minerals out of the earth means
subjecting yourself to extreme heat, back breaking work and the inhalation of dust that can lead
to the pulmonary disease of silicosis. If none of
these kill you slowly, the mine itself can kill you
quickly and without warning. Miners die from
accidents caused by their equipment, gas leaks
and explosions and, of course, sudden collapses
of the rock surrounding them. All told, this difficult work kills thousands of miners every year
(as many as 12,000 by one count). These facts and
statistics are brought to life in the true story of
the 2010 Chilean copper and gold mine collapse
portrayed in the drama “The 33” (PG-13, 2 hours,
seven minutes).
The film opens with a retirement party for one
miner who is about to complete 45 years of service
to the private company that owns and operates the
San José mine near Copiapó, Chile. Several of his
longtime co-workers are at the party with their
families. There is shift foreman Luis “Don Lucho”
Urzúa (Lou Diamond Phillips), experienced miner and natural leader Mario Sepúlveda (Antonio
Banderas), father-to-be Álex Vega (Mario Casas)
and Elvis Presley-loving miner Edison Peña (Jacob Vargas), among others.
On the morning of Aug. 5, 2010, these men
took the long and winding truck ride three miles
into the mine, unaware they were about to become
victims of one of the worst mining disasters in
Chile’s history. Luis saw it coming, but the safety
concerns he expressed to the mine’s manager went
unheeded. That afternoon, a rock the height of the
Empire State Building and the width of two of
them fell into the mine, trapping 33 men. Seeing
the devastating cave-in and its effects on the men
and their surroundings, it seems like a miracle that
none of them died in the initial collapse. Their
families waited in agony for news about the fate
of their loved ones.
It was those families who became the impetus
for a full-on rescue attempt. Although Chile’s
president (Bob Gunton) is reluctant to get his government involved with an accident at a privately
owned mine, his new minister of mining, Laurence
Golborne (Rodrigo Santoro) convinces President
Piñera to let him go to the site and see what he can
do. The families, led by María Segovia (Juliette
Binoche), the estranged sister of trapped miner
Darío Segovia (Juan Pablo Raba), had gathered
outside the locked gates of the mining complex.
These siblings, wives, mothers, fathers and friends
demanded action, and action they got. In spite of
the prevailing opinion that the miners were probably dead or would die long before they could be
rescued, Golborne brings in heavy-duty drills and
works with renowned mining expert André Sougarret (Gabriel Byrne) to try and reach the miners
before it’s too late. Meanwhile, the miners ration
food and try to keep each other’s spirits up, even
as several of them fight and suffer from various
medical conditions. Hope fades they will ever see
their families again.
“The 33” is exceptional. Based on the book
“Deep Down Dark” by Héctor Tobar, the film version takes few liberties with the facts and fashions a compelling narrative. The screenplay succinctly, but effectively, sets the stage and develops
its characters – both above and below ground. We
feel the desperation of both the miners and their
families. As the miners’ story unfolds, concurrently with that of their families and those attempting
to rescue them, Patricia Riggens directs with great
pacing. She also gets great performances from
her cast and blends the talents and experience of
well-known and little-known actors wonderfully.
Although the movie did drag a little as it neared
its dramatic conclusion, this is a film which tells
its story with drama, sensitivity and even some
humor and makes it relatable to anyone who ever
came to the aid of someone in trouble. “A”
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FORT BLISS BUGLE • November 25, 2015 • 9B
Courtesy Photo
Based on the book “Deep Down Dark” by Héctor
Tobar, the film version takes few liberties with the
facts and fashions a compelling narrative.
Battle Staff NCO Course ‘serves up’ community
10B • November 25, 2015 • FORT BLISS BUGLE
By David Crozier
USASMA Command Communications
Members of the U.S. Army Sergeants
Major Academy Battle Staff NCO Course
spent the day at Crosby Elementary School
in Northeast El Paso Thursday, serving up
some community spirit accompanied by a
Thanksgiving lunch.
“Today we have our Thanksgiving luncheon and it is a great opportunity for
families to come in and enjoy a meal,” said
Yvette Hernandez, the school’s principal.
“The whole concept of our Thanksgiving
luncheon is family and community and embracing the fact that we are one family.”
Hernandez said having the Soldiers there
to serve the students not only made the day
special, but helps to show the military is a
part of the community.
“We constantly tell the kids (that Soldiers)
serve our community,” she said. “They hear
that word ‘serve’ and now to see them actually serve them lunch, I think it will help
them make that connection between the fact
that they are actually here to help the community and be a part of the community. So
it is very, very special to have them here.”
Sgt. Maj. Richard Tucker, director of the
Battle Staff NCO Course, said getting the
Soldiers to join him wasn’t a problem.
“It was pretty easy. I threw it out there and
the ones that could said yes. I come myself
every once in a while and read stories to the
kids in the lower grade levels. It’s always
fun,” Tucker said.
He is always proud to represent the Army
at the school, Tucker said.
“Because of the school’s location in the
northeast of El Paso, they don’t have a lot of
military presence in the households that the
students live in, so this gave them a chance
to see the Army,” Tucker said.
Patricia Ortega, the school’s cafeteria
manager, met Tucker and his volunteers
when they arrived, and told them what they
would be doing and helped them to put on
their aprons and serving gloves. It was great
having the extra help, she said, but she thinks
the students appreciated it even more.
“It is wonderful. First of all, the kids love
them. They are going to get so excited, they
are going to love them. It is just their smiling
faces. I love it. We love it – the whole thing,”
she said.
Tucker, whose wife is a first grade teacher
at the school, said the relationship between
the school and the battle staff course began
when the academy upgraded its classrooms.
“When we did the Classroom XXI upgrades, a lot of the equipment that was pulled
out of the classrooms of the academy, went
to different schools in the area and Crosby
Elementary received the Battle Staff classroom equipment,” he said. “So since then it
has evolved.”
Sgt. Maj. James Butler, a Class 65 Sergeants
Major Course graduate, serves a plate of food
to a kindergarten student at Crosby Elementary
School during the school’s Thanksgiving luncheon Thursday. Butler and three other Soldiers
from USASMA spent the day serving lunch to
the students and their parents.
Photos by David Crozier / USASMA Command Communications
Sgt. 1st Class Lawrence Garcia, a Battle Staff NCO Course instructor, scoops some mashed potatoes
during the school’s Thanksgiving luncheon Thursday.
Sgt. 1st Class Michael Banks, a Battle Staff NCO
Course instructor, plates some turkey at Crosby
Elementary School during the school’s Thanksgiving luncheon.
FORT BLISS BUGLE • November 25, 2015 • 11B
SPORTS
SPORTS
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Sports briefs
PRT is an integral
part of a Soldier’s day.
Challenge Ropes Course:
Come out to the SAC and challenge yourself as you traverse
the high ropes course. Challenge Course Day is a great
family event, so stop by from
10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday. Open
to 14-older. Children under 14
can be evaluated for permission if they properly fit in the
harness. Cost: $10. 744-1532
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‘What a Loop’ hike:
Like
a challenge? Then take advantage of Fort Bliss Outdoor Recreation’s “What a Loop” hiking
trip from 7 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday.
Enjoy an 8-mile guided hike to
the summit of Guadalupe Peak
and back. Cost: $15, includes
transportation and guide service. Registration is required
and can be done at the SAC,
20732 Constitution Ave. 7441532
Polar Plunge:
The Polar
Plunge is from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
Dec. 5 at the SAC, 20732 Constitution Ave. Hot cocoa and a
T-shirt giveaway as well as underwater pictures with Santa.
Open to DoD ID card holders.
Free. 741-5901
Wendy Brown / Fort Bliss Bugle Editor
From left, 1st Lt. Melinda Fortin, Sgt. Maj. Kristen Grover, Spc. Eden Kebede, 2nd Lt. Alana Bergstrom, Maj. Andrew Medendorp, Spc. Fred Tuwei, Spc. Isaac Kangogo,
2nd Lt. Kip Cheruiyot, Spc. Emmanuel Bor, Spc. Jose Campos, Dee and Brandon Gangstad stand for recognition at the senior leader update at the Centennial Banquet
and Conference Center Nov. 10. Not pictured are Capt. Erica Devers, 1st Lt. Shalela Dowdy, Capt. Ashley Ehasz, Maj. Jennifer Orr, Capt. Claude “Jes” Barron and 2nd
Lt. Japeth Ng’Ojoy.
Senior leaders recognize Fort Bliss Ten-Miler Team
By Wendy Brown
Fort Bliss Bugle Editor
Fort Bliss senior leaders hooted, hollered and
whistled as they clapped for members of the Fort
Bliss Ten-Miler Team during the senior leader
update at the Centennial Banquet and Conference
Center Nov. 10.
Lt. Col. Jason Joose, deputy chief of staff, 1st
Armored Division, recognized the team for coming in second in the men’s open active duty category and sixth in the women’s open active duty
category of the 31st Annual Army Ten-Miler in
Washington, D.C., Oct. 11. He also recognized
Spc. Jose Campos for coming in third in his age
group.
“To put this in perspective, 26,313 participants
ran in this year’s race,” said Joseph Moscone,
deputy to the Fort Bliss Garrison commander. “It
is the largest 10-miler event in the world. There
were 431 teams representing all categories.”
Brandon Gangstad, who coached the team with
his wife Dee, said the race went really well and
he is proud of the team members for taking their
training seriously.
“They worked hard and they learned a lot and
the results showed,” Gangstad said. “Most of
them had (personal record) times too. So that was
an outstanding testament to their commitment to
the training.”
Campos said his time, 51 minutes, 55 seconds,
was a personal record, and the race helped him
prepare for the Armed Forces Marathon Championship two weeks later. At that race, he was 10th
overall with a time of 2:32:28.
The men’s Army team at the marathon championship placed first, and another Fort Bliss
Soldier and member of the 10-miler team, 2nd
Lt. Japheth Ng’ojoy, placed ninth with a time of
2:31:19.
Ng’ojoy, who works at William Beaumont
Army Medical Center, was among four of the
hospital’s Soldiers on the 16-member team. Spc.
Eden Kebede, Capt. Jennifer Orr and Maj. Andrew Medendorp were also members.
Col. John Smyrski, commander, WBAMC,
said he is proud of the team and the WBAMC
Soldiers.
“They represent the hard work and dedicated
efforts of the William Beaumont health system
family,” Smyrski said. “Our exceptional Soldiers give 100 percent both on and off duty, and
their recent performance is a direct reflection of
the quality service we provide to each other and
our beneficiaries. It is this type of effort we have
come to expect from the flagship of Army medicine.”
Meanwhile, for Spc. Emmanuel Bor, who
placed ninth in the Army Ten-Miler and fifth in
his age category of 25-29, the race was a reunion
of sorts with his brothers Cpl. Hillary Bor, 25,
and Spc. Julius Bor, 29, both stationed at Fort
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 8:30
a.m., Dec. 5 at the Soto PFC.
Strollers, scooters and friendly
pups are invited. Registration at
Soto, Stout and Milam PFCs as
well as raceroster.com through
Wednesday (additional online
fee). Cost: $10 for active duty
and children 12-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 present. 7445800
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: $25 744-5201
Replica Pool renovations:
Courtesy Photo
Spc. Jose Campos, center, in red shorts, runs in the 31st Annual Army Ten-Miler in Washington, D.C., Oct. 11.
Campos placed third in the men’s 30-34 age category and 15th overall with a time of 51:55. In front of Campos, also in red shorts and white shirt, is his teammate 2nd Lt. Japeth Ng’Ojoy.
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 Rd. 569-5448
Cardio Tennis: Cardio Tennis
physical training takes place every Monday and Wednesday,
through November, from 6-7
a.m. at the Tennis Club, 262
Club Rd. Open to active-duty
military and DOD identification
card holders. 569-5448
Wendy Brown / Fort Bliss Bugle Editor
Lt. Col. Jason Joose, right, deputy chief of staff, 1st Armored Division, recognizes Spc. Jose Campos during the
Senior Leader Update at the Centennial Banquet and Conference Center Nov. 10. Campos came in third in the
men’s 30-34 age category at the 31st Annual Army Ten-Miler in Washington, D.C., Oct. 11. Next to Campos is
Spc. Emmanuel Bor, who placed ninth in the Army Ten-Miler and fifth in his age category of 25-29.
Carson, Colorado.
Cpl. Bor placed fifth overall with a time of
48:31, and second in his age division, and Spc.
Julius Bor placed 14th overall and seventh in his
age division with a time of 51:49.
Bor said he and his brothers grew up running
together in Kenya, and each received college
scholarships to run in the United States.
“The reason I joined the Army is because (the
United States) has already provided a lot for my
schooling and I thought maybe I have to say
thank you,” Bor said. “So we decided all three
of us to do that because we got a scholarship and
the education. We just said thank you to the U.S.”
Bataan march: Early bird
registration for the 2016 Bataan
Memorial Death March is open
through Dec. 31. The march is 7
a.m. March 20 at White Sands
Missile Range. The early bird
cost for a team is $450 ($600
after Feb. 29); $95 for individuals and honorary marchers.
bataanmarch.com
Family Day on the Wall:
Every Thursday from noon-6
p.m. and every Saturday from
noon-5 p.m., at the SAC, 20732
Constitution Ave. This is the only
time children 18 and under are
allowed at the facility. All ages
are welcome, but children must
meet height and weight requirements. 744-1532
12B • November 25, 2015 • FORT BLISS BUGLE
OFF DUTY
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.
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open from 8 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday. The
Biggs Mini Mall on East Fort Bliss will be
open from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Thanksgiving and
from 2 a.m.-midnight Friday.
Transition briefing cancellations: The
Transition Office will not conduct a Transition
>> and Dec. 25.
Separation Briefing on Friday
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
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 Tricare beneficiaries
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
p.m. 742-31425
OFF DUTY
Bliss Briefs
Fort Bliss Holiday Services: Thanksgiving Day Mass is at 10 a.m. Thursday at Chapel Two (Bldg. 1542); the Samoan Christian Thanksgiving Day Service is at 6 p.m.
Thursday at Hope Chapel (Bldg. 2498); and
another Thanksgiving Day Mass is at 12:05
p.m. at William Beaumont Army Medical
Center.
Fort Bliss boundary closures: A high
explosive live-fire training exercise will take
place from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Dec. 5, and it 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.
54. 569-5110
Directorate of Human Resources:
The Directorate of Human Resources will be
closed Thursday and will have reduced operations Friday. One exception is the Soldier
for Life-Transition Assistance Program, which
will continue regular operations Friday.
Normal operations resume Monday. Contact the Military Personnel Division at 5683302; the Army Substance Abuse Program
at 744-5192, 744-5148 or 744-5149, the
Records Management Division at 569-5817,
the Education Center at 744-5071, 7441217 or 744-1333 and the Soldier for LifeTransition Assistance Program at 568-7165,
568-7396, 568-4210, 568-7996 or 5683870. For emergencies during closure call
568-3093.
Post Exchange Thanksgiving hours:
The PX will be closed on Thanksgiving, reopen from 4 a.m.-10 p.m. Friday and be
Federal District and Magistrate
Court Trial Results
U.S. v. Angelica Yesenia Aguilar:
Angelica Yesenia Aguilar pleaded guilty Nov. 10 to theft
by shoplifting from the Fort Bliss Post Exchange. Aguilar
was sentenced to six months of reporting probation and a
$25 special assessment. She was also previously required
to pay a $200 civil recovery fee to the PX.
U.S. v. Yesel Coleman:
Yesel Coleman pleaded guilty Nov. 10 to theft by shoplifting from the PX. Coleman was sentenced to six months
of reporting probation and a $25 special assessment. She
was also previously required to pay a $200 civil recovery
fee to the PX.
U.S. v. Eunji Lee:
Eunji Lee pleaded guilty Nov. 10 to theft by shoplifting
from the PX. Lee was sentenced to six months of reporting probation and a $25 special assessment. She was also
previously required to pay a $200 civil recovery fee to the
PX.
U.S. v. Joel Gaytan:
Joel Gaytan pleaded guilty Nov. 12 to DWI on Fort Bliss.
Gaytan was sentenced to 12 months of reporting probation and a $10 special assessment. He is also required to
abstain from the consumption of alcoholic beverages
with strict alcohol monitoring and must enroll and complete an alcohol treatment program.
U.S. v. Melissa Palacio-Aguilar:
Melissa Palacio-Aguilar pleaded guilty Nov. 13 to theft by
shoplifting from the PX. Palacio-Aguilar was sentenced
to six months of reporting probation and a $25 special assessment. She was also previously required to pay a $200
civil recovery fee to the PX.
ANNOUNCEMENTS
Debt collection notice:
This is a debt collection notice for
Pvt. Jessie L. Myers. All services under
Myers’s name should be put on hold.
All those with debts to be collected under the name Myers or for information
regarding collections, call 1st Lt. Kevin
Weber at 744-6477.
FMWR
Black Friday Blow out at Rod and
Gun Club: Take advantage of this special holiday sale at the Rod and Gun Club
and save on new gear for the sportsman
or sportswoman in your life. Head over to
the club Friday for this special sale. Members will receive 35 percent off and nonmembers get 20 percent off. Don’t forget
your membership card for the discount.
(Excludes lead shot and target shot shells.
Offer cannot be combined with other existing offers.) 568-2983
EFMP Holiday Celebration: The EFMP
Family Holiday Celebration will take place
from 5:30-7 p.m. Dec. 3 at Army Community Service, 2494 Ricker Road. Festivities will include crafts, cookie decorating,
pictures with Santa and more. 569-4227,
extension 5
Management skills workshops: Fort
Bliss FMWR offers “A.M.P. Motivating Your
Team” Dec. 3 and “Stress Management”
Dec. 10. Classes take place from 9-11
a.m. at the Family Resilience Center, Bldg.
250. 569-5487
Holiday Fest: This holiday season create
priceless memories with your family – and
fun works of art – during Holiday Festival
2015 from 5-9 p.m. Dec. 4 at the Trading Post, Bldg. 1717 Marshall Road. The
event will feature free photos with Santa,
as well as free hot cocoa, cider and cookies. Family Readiness Groups will present
fun arts and crafts to help raise money for
their units. Food and beverage vendors
will have holiday treats at the ready. Dress
warmly for this indoor-outdoor event; there
are outside activities. bliss.armymwr.com
or 588-8247
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. Dec. 4. 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: Dec. 5 - 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
Tango Tower Day: Reach new heights
during Tower Day at Biggs Park from 10
a.m.-5 p.m. Dec. 5. The Tango Tower is a
50-foot tall, six-sided structure with more
than 20 different elements, giving participants a multitude of choices. Tower Day
is open to climbers ages 6 and older; no
reservations required. Cost: $10. All equipment is provided. 744-1532
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 Dec.
6. Enjoy a scrumptious all-you-can-eat buf-
fet 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
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.
568-1059
Soto Laser Tag: Enjoy indoor late-night
laser tag at 10 p.m. Dec. 18 at the Soto
Fitness Center. The obstacles will be set up
and the lights turned off for laser tag fun
throughout the two-story 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
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
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
Bowling Family Thank You: Let Desert
Strike Lanes show their appreciation with
great specials at their Family Thank You
event from 1-6 p.m. Dec. 24. Stop by and
enjoy glow bowling all day and on-thehour prizes. There will also be a dollar bonanza. Enjoy $1 games of bowling, shoe
rentals, hot dogs, pizza, small drinks and
candy. 568-6272
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.
ty from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Dec. 12. 568-6156
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
Dec. 5. Saturday childcare will be held at
Milam CDC from 1-11 p.m. 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 kids! Come out to the first Fort
Bliss Teen Masquerade Ball at 6:30 p.m.
Dec. 5 at the Centennial Banquet and Conference Center. Formal attire is required;
no jeans. Make sure you dress to impress
and be ready for serious dancing. Space is
limited and reservations are required. Only
open to registered MYC and RYC kids. 7442449
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
Community
OSCA Tour of Homes: This year’s Fort
Bliss Tour of Historic Homes is from 4:30-8
p.m. Dec. 3. 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. at Pershing Pub, located inside
Pace Hall, at 243 Club Road, off Sheridan
Road. Purchase tickets for a chance to win
holiday gift baskets sponsored by 1st Armored Division 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://fortblissocsa.org
TARP Training: Threat Awareness and Read
porting Training is from 1-3 p.m. Dec. 4 at
Sage Hall, West Fort Bliss. Learn about potential espionage or insider threat indicators, p. 88
such as unexplained affluence, inappropriate use of government electronics, unreported foreign associations and more. 568-5392
Tuesday, November 24, 2015 at 10:14:01
Holiday Tree Lighting: The Fort Bliss Holiday
Tree Lighting will take place at 5 p.m. Dec.
4 at Center Chapel One. Refreshments will
follow in Bldg. 440.
Holiday Open House: White Sands National Monument will hold an open house for
the holidays from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Dec. 4 at
the visitor center. Event will include luminarias, live music, activities, ranger programs
and more. Enjoy 15 percent off at bookstore
and White Sands Trading Company. Visitors
encouraged to bring canned food donations.
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Out with a Bang at Desert Strike
Lanes: 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 will be given to the first
100 people and complimentary snacks will
be provided. $15 (not including shoe rental) gets you all you can bowl. 568-6272
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
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Holiday Reading Program: Join the
Mickelsen Community Library for the annual
holiday reading program Monday through
Dec. 11. The program is for children ages
2-18. Families can sign up in the children’s
library section. Participants in the reading
program will receive a gift bag, a book and
a chance to win a Kindle at the holiday par-
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FORT BLISS BUGLE • November 25, 2015 • 13B
Theatre presents “The Last Five Years” Dec.
4-6 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.-3pm.
Dec. 5 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
Colon cancer screenings: This holiday
season give yourself the gift of colon cancer
screening with an informational appointment
Dec. 9 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, firstserved. 742-2281
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
eligible. 569-5500
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] by Dec. 7. 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.
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 Dec. 9 to El
Paso Chapter MOAA, P.O. Box 6144, Fort
Bliss, TX 79906-0144. 533-5111
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 guests. The visitor
center will also have children’s activities, music and refreshments. Cost: $2 for adults and
children; children under 5 free. 533-5147 or
www.visitmagoffinhome.com
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
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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
[email protected]
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,
2016.
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
CID agents wanted: The Army Criminal
Investigation Command is looking for qualified Soldiers to begin their felony-level, criminal investigator career today and become
CID Special Agents. As sworn federal law
enforcement officers, CID agents are on the
cutting edge of criminal investigative tactics
and techniques and receive some of the most
high-tech training available in law enforcement. www.cid.army.mil
Special Missions recruiting: The Special Missions Unit Recruiting Team will brief
in Bldg. 639, Rooms 13-16 from 9 a.m.-4
p.m. Dec. 15; and from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Dec.
16.
Not Forgotten Outreach: From Jan. 1924, Taos Ski Valley invites active duty military, veterans and any family member with
a military ID to come ski for $25 a day. Free
rentals and discounted group ski and snowboard lessons will also be available for all
active duty military, veterans and immediate
family members. http://skitaos.com/events/
hmtview/222257 or 575-776-2291
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
or 568-7001
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 Thanksgiving
and Christmas holidays 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
Hawaii. 564-0009
Dillard’s Military Appreciation: Dillard’s will hold military appreciation days in
all stores Dec. 2-3. Active duty military personnel, including activated National Guardsmen and Reservists, as well as their immediate family members with identification, will
receive a 20 percent discount. The store
asks those seeking a discount to save their
receipts and bring it to the customer service
desk. Discount does not apply to UGG Australia products, online purchases or service
departments. Small electric appliances will
receive a 10 percent discount.
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
credit.
Win $1,800 for holiday memories:
Soldiers, Airmen and their families can win a
$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
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$14,995
$15,995
$15,995
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$18,995
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TWO TO CHOOSE FROM
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$18,995
$18,995
$20,995
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$44,995
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2012 DODGE
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$37,995
$30,995
$14,995
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$17,995
$23,995
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$20,995
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$22,995
$30,995
$7,995
$15,995
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2007 CHRYSLER 300
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$22,995
$24,995
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