June 7, 2012

Events Calendar June 7 – June 12

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Success over Stress and Anger

When: Thu, June 7, 2pm – 4pm

Where: Building 598

This weekly group is for individuals who have completed the Anger/Stress Management course and who feel they would benefit from additional support. For more information call 269-2561.


Spa Night: Stress and Coping

When: Thu, June 7, 7pm – 9pm

Where: Building 598

This fun night equips you with ways to thrive despite the stress life throws at you. Experience a variety of services from Lotus Day Spa. To register call 269-6544.


Toddler Crafts

When: Fri, June 8, 11am – 12pm

Where: Building 645

Weekly on Friday, until Dec 28, 2012. Call (928) 269-2561 for more information.


Youth Center Camp Carnival

When: Fri, June 8, 12pm – 2pm

Where: Youth Center

Youth will engage in a variety of carnival games. We will also enjoy cotton candy and sno cones. Call 269-5390 for more info.


Youth Center Car Wash

When: Sat, June 9, 9am – 1pm

Where: Base Chapel

Come help us wash cars and sell sno cones to raise money for a trip to Wet N Wild Water Park on July 21. You can support the Youth Center by bringing that dusty car by! 269-5390 for more info.


California Career School Visiting

When: Jun 11 9am-12pm

Where: Education Center, Bldg. 850

California Career School offers Commercial Truck Driver Training. A representative will be available to speak with you about their program on a walk-in basis or you may contact the school at (714)720-7580 to schedule an appointment.


Testing Opportunity: TABE

When: Jun 11 8am-10pm

Where: Education Center, Bldg. 850

Test of Adult Basic Education is a 90 minute multiple choice test that measures an individual’s knowledge of math, reading and language.


Session One Swim Lessons

When: Tue, June 11-21

Where: Building 850

Classes are offered at 7am, 8am, 9am and 10am. Parent-tot, preschool, level 1/2 and level 3/4 are available. Cost is $40. For more information call 269-2914.


College 101 brief

When: Wed, June 12, 10am – 11am

Where: Bldg. 850

This hour long brief focuses on the policies and procedures that are in place for using military Tuition Assistance. This brief is required for anyone who wants to use Tuition Assistance. For more information call 269-3589.


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