Events

December 13, 2012

FMWR Briefs – December 13, 2012

Join ‘Biggest Loser’ Boot Camp

Sports, Fitness and Aquatics will present the “Biggest Loser Boot Camp,” a three-month-long weight loss camp beginning in January and offered free to FMWR patrons.

The program includes: nutrition counseling; basic food preparation and cooking for a healthy diet; full body and fitness assessments; and individual workout programs along with group programs.

Entry forms and physician’s clearance forms are available at Barnes Field House and Eifler Fitness Center. Applications are due Dec. 20 by 5 p.m.

For more information, contact 533.2541 or katherine.a.grady6.naf@mail.mil.

Sign up for youth basketball, cheer

Child, Youth and School Services Youth Sports and Fitness Program is holding registration for basketball for youth 5 – 15 now through Dec. 21 at Parent Central Services, Building 52111.

Youth Sports and Fitness Program is also holding registration for cheerleading for youth 5 – 10, now through Dec. 21 at Parent Central Services.

For either program, cost is $40 per participant. A copy of a birth certificate and a valid physical that is current from the time of actual registration through the end of April are required.

Call 533.0738 for an appointment to register for either program.

Register now for 10K Icebreaker Run

Register for the 10K Icebreaker Run set for Jan. 19, 7 a.m., starting and finishing at Eifler Fitness Center.

Registration for the run (without t-shirt) is free for active duty until Jan. 4; for active duty for the run plus t-shirt, cost is $5 until Jan. 4; and after Jan. 4, cost is $15 for everyone. Register at Barnes Field House, Eifler Fitness Center, or online at active.com. Registration ends at 9 p.m., Jan. 16.

For more information, call 533.0041.

TMAC to close over holiday break

The Thunder Mountain Activity Centre will be closed from Dec. 21 – Jan. 7 for the holiday break. It will reopen for business on Jan. 8.

DL, JD plan New Year’s Eve Party

Desert Lanes Bowling Center and Jeannie’s Diner have planned their annual New Year’s Eve party for Dec. 31 from 8 p.m. – 12:30 a.m. The event is open to the public. Everyone is invited to “bowl in the New Year.”

The cost, which includes bowling, is $45 per adult; $20 per child 13 and under; or $165 to rent a lane, with maximum of eight bowlers per lane. Party favors, prizes from the prize wheel, shoe rental, a glass of champagne or cider will also be included in the package.

Popular music from the 70s to the present will provide entertainment. Finger foods, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages will be served from 8:30 p.m. to midnight. A pay-as-you-go bar will also be available.

Tickets go on sale Dec.17 at Desert Lanes. For more information, call 533.2849.

All Army Boxing activities set

All Army Boxing training camp will return to Fort Huachuca’s Barnes Field House on Feb. 9. Boxers from installations around the world will compete for a spot on the 2013 All Army Team.

The championship bouts are set for the week of March 4 – 10 with doors opening at 6 p.m. and bouts starting at 7 p.m. However, the dates for preliminary bouts and the championship are subject to change.

SKIES offering new classes for youth

Child, Youth and School Service’s SKIESUnlimited Program is offering several new classes, including college and high school prep writing, computer, gymnastics, musical theatre, piano lessons, drama, cooking, karate, tae kwon do, arts, crafts, and dance, including African Style, hip hop, jazz/tap, ballet/tap, contemporary/lyrical, and dance technique and stretching classes.

Participants must be registered with CYSS. Parent Central Services is located in Building 52111, 533.0738.

CYS Services Online Solutions Website allows patrons to register children for SKIESUnlimited Classes online at https://webtrac.mwr.army.mil/webtrac/huachucacyms.html.

For more information about the classes, call 533.4823.




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