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November 21, 2012

Nov. 22 and 23 Thanksgiving Holiday facilities’ hours

Nov. 22

Both dining facilities open.

All Exchange facilities closed except:

* 24-hour Shoppette, building 34, open

FMWR facilities closed except:

* Memorial Fitness Center, building 322, open 7 a.m. – 6 p.m.

* Sgt. Fuzz Buddies, building 978, open 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

* Strike Zone, building 905, open 6 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Commissary closed

DOL (S&S, CIF, TRANS, & HQ, TISA, MAINT) closed

ACS closed

Veterinarian Clinic closed

Pinnacle closed

RCI closed

DHR/Service Areas closed

Chapel closed

Post Office closed

Dental Clinic closed

Mary E. Walker Center and Ancillary Clinics closed. Emergencies proceed to the Emergency Room. For appointments call 866-460-5305.

Nov. 23

Both dining facilities open.

Samuel Adams Grille, building 37, open 5 p.m. to midnight

Exchange open 4 a.m. to 9 p.m. Other Exchange facilities open regular hours.

Commissary open

DOL (S&S, CIF, TRANS, & HQ, TISA, MAINT) open

Post Office open

AER, MFLC and Family Advocacy/Victim Advocate open

FMWR facilities open except:

* Group Fitness, building 127, closed

* Freedom Fitness Center, closed

* Hawaiian BBQ, building 127, closed

* Ingall’s Recreation Center, building 361, closed

* J&J Mexican, building 6074, closed

* King Leroy’s Burgers and Fries, building 127, closed

* Leisure Travel, building 976, closed

* SAC, building 1322, closed

* ACS closed except: AER, MFLC and Family Advocacy/Victim Advocate

Veterinarian Clinic closed

Pinnacle closed

RCI closed

DHR/Service Areas closed

Chapel closed

Dental Clinic closed

Mary E. Walker Center and Ancillary Clinics closed. Emergencies proceed to the Emergency Room. For appointments call (866) 460-5305.

 




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