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July 17, 2014

The Loft: a way to connect, serve, grow

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Airman 1st Class Leo W. Tanja
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Airmen watch football while eating dinner at The Loft. The Loft is a place where Airmen can come and interact with each other outside of the workplace.

Are you looking for a way to connect, serve, and grow? Come visit the DMAFB Airman’s Ministry Center, more commonly known as “The Loft!”  The Loft is a center for DM single airmen located on the second floor of building 3610. It’s run by Airmen for Airmen.

As a facility, The Loft includes a full-sized kitchen, men and women’s restrooms, a game room, a spacious, open area with couches, chairs and an 80” television; a table cafe seating with cyber bar and two HD TVs. Free, secure Wifi is also available in the building. The game room is much smaller, but features full surround sound. X-box 360, PS4 and movies are projected onto a high-def screen. Finally, plug some headphones into electric keyboard, drums, or guitars and let loose. It is a great place to feel the music.

Additionally, The Loft hosts Movie Night Fridays, and nice home cooked meals every Sunday. The Loft also sponsors many events for airmen to enjoy. In the past The Loft has organized rock climbing, snowboarding at Mt. Lemmon, paintball, a cooking competition, camping, a block party, and a crafts night.

Whether you’re looking for a good place to hang out, cook, study, jam, game, or give back to your community, head over to The Loft.




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