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April 27, 2012

452 Force Support Activities | April 27, 2012


Tours

LA City Tour and Cinco de Mayo  May 5: Take a tour around Los Angeles for only $15 per person. Visit Olivera St. and enjoy the Cinco de Mayo festivities with stops at Farmers Market, Walk of Fame, China Town and a drive-through of Beverly Hills. Depart 9 a.m. and return approximately 8 p.m. Minimum age is 10 years. Deadline for sign up is May 2.

Harbor Cruise and Shopping  May 26: Go on a 2 hour harbor cruise in San Diego and shopping at Horton plaza for only $25 per person. Cost includes transportation and a stop at Seaport Village on the way home. Depart 8 a.m. and return approximately 8 p.m. Deadline for sign up is May 14.

 

Ticket Specials

Disney Military Special  3-day Park Hopper Special for only $97 for military only. 6 ticket purchase maximum. Member must make purchase and also be one of the 6 people entering the park. Tickets valid until September 2012. Some black out dates apply.

National comedy theater tickets  $12 per person, located in San Diego. For more info call ITT at 951-655-4123.

 

The Hap Arnold Club

Ace’s Sports Bar  Come and check out the sports bar every Friday at the Hap Arnold Club featuring pool tables, shuffleboard, dart boards, and six 42″ plasma TVs with DirecTV. Free popcorn, drink specials and complimentary food for club members. Featuring sports action all season long! Visit the Hap Arnold Club or call 951-653-2121 for more information.

 

Trips

Fly Fishing at Lake Gregory  May 12: $15 per person, depart 6 a.m. and return approximately 4 p.m. Minimum age 10 years. Deadline for sign up is May 7.

Indoor Karting at Racer’s Edge  May 24: $10 Per person, transportation only. Cost of race on your own is $25 per person which consist of two 16-lap races. Depart 4 p.m., return approximately 11 p.m. Minimum age 10 years. Deadline for sign up is May 21.

 

Fitness

Group Fitness:  FREE group fitness classes going on at the Fitness Center. You can try R.I.P.P.E.D. on Thursdays, Zumba Dance on Fridays and more! Check out the latest schedule at the Fitness Center.

May Fitness Month activities:
May 1: “Beat the Heat” 5K/10K Run/Walk 6:30 a.m.
May 5: Pick-up Volleyball 5 p.m. in the Fitness Center
May 9: Pull-up competition 11:30 a.m.
May 11: May Zumbathon 10 a.m-noon
May 14: MFM Sand Volleyball tournament




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