Events

January 10, 2014

Local Briefs January 10, 2014

Ongoing

Sportman’s Club. If you’re a gun enthusiast, go hunting, or like to fish, join this club. The club operates a shooting range on post and can also organize fishing and hunting trips. Contact John Antes at 380-6372 or john.r.antes.mil@mail.mil.

Now through Feb. 25 and March 31

Applications available for Welfare Grants and Student Scholarships from Military & Civilian Spouses’ Club. Welfare Grants awarded to non-profit organizations and government entities based on merit and need. Scholarships for local students in need of tuition assistance. Welfare Grant applications due Feb. 25; scholarship applications due March 31. Visit www.mcscftirwin.org for eligibility criteria and applications.

Jan.1 – Feb.14

Signups for Start Smart youth baseball. Youth Sports and Fitness. Three to 4-year-olds learn fundamentals of baseball, March 11 – April 15. $20. Parent Central building 109. Call 362-2855.

Jan.1 – Feb. 28

Signups for youth t-ball and baseball. Youth Sports and Fitness. T-ball, 5 to 6 years; baseball, 9 to 15 years. Learn fundamentals of baseball and compete as a team. Season, March 29 – May 17. $60. Parent Central building 109. 362-2855.

Jan. 11

New Year’s Resolution 2K/5K run. 8 – 10 a.m. Freedom Fitness Center. Free. 380-7720.

Jan. 13, 20 and 27

“Monday Madness” bowling. 5 p.m. Strike Zone Bowling Center. Games, shoe rental, hot dogs, two wings, 16oz bottomless soda, $1 each. 380-4249.

Jan. 16

“New Year, New Closet, New You” luncheon. 11 a.m. Sandy Basin Community Center. Join Military and Civilian Spouses’ Club to learn new style trends at fashion show. Stylists to offer tips to make current wardrobe new again. Shop among crafters and vendors. Opportunity prizes. $13. Join and RSVP by Jan. 12 at www.mcscftirwin.org.

Jan. 19

Trip to Getty Museum in Los Angeles. Outdoor Recreation. Register by Jan. 19. Museum is free. $35 for transportation; $25 for kids up to age 13. 380-4327.

Jan. 25

Princess Party. Noon. Arts & Crafts, building 976. Dress your child in ball gown or party dress. Prince Charming will be in attendance to crown the princesses! First princess in family is $15, additional is $10. 380-3431.

Fort Irwin Middle School basketball team games

Jan. 29 – Bradach at Fort Irwin. 4 p.m., girls; 4:45 p.m., boys.

Jan. 31- Yermo at Fort Irwin. 4 p.m., girls; 4:45 p.m., boys.

Feb. 1 – Fort Irwin vs. Pinon Mesa (at Adelanto High School), 3:30 p.m.

Feb. 1 – Fort Irwin vs. Sitting Bull (at Adelanto High School), 5:30 p.m.

Feb. 5 – Fort Irwin at Riverview/ACE High School. 4 p.m., girls; 4:45 p.m., boys.

Feb. 6 – Fort Irwin at Bradach. 4 p.m., girls; 4:45 p.m., boys.

Contact mmeyer@svusdk12.net




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