Events

July 3, 2014

News Briefs July 4, 2014

Ongoing

Armed forces Voters week is June 30 to July 7. During this week, commanders are encouraged to intensify efforts to contact assigned personnel, ensure they are informed of the requirements for voting, and are provided necessary information regarding voting resources. The majority of Soldiers vote via absentee ballot; therefore, it is necessary to account for postal transit time from here to their local election office. Adhering to the ballot mailing deadline guidance provides the best opportunity for each absentee ballot to be counted during an election. Visit at www.fvap.gov, select your state and click on the online assistance tab to get started on voting in your state. Upcoming primary elections: Alabama, July 15; North Carolina, July 15; Georgia, July 22. If you have any questions or need assistance, contact Monroe Ili, installation voting assistance officer, at 380-3498 or room 114, building 106.

July 5, 12, 19, 26

Cosmic Bowling. Strike Zone. 8 p.m. to midnight. Bowl for four hours under a black-light glow, club lighting and great music. Pay in three different ways: 1) $5 per game and $2.75 shoe rental 2) $20 per person, $10 for children 12 and under – shoes included 3) $80 per lane (up to four pairs of shoes included, $2.75 each additional shoe rental). For more information call 380-4249.

July 28- Aug. 1

British Soccer Camp. Children 3-16 years of age will learn the fundamentals and techniques taught by British soccer coaches. $83 to $121, per child, varies by age. Children receive a T-shirt and soccer ball. Call (760) 362-2855 for more information or visit Parent Central at building 109. Registration information also at http://fortirwinfmwr.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Summer2014_british_soccer_camp_registration.pdf

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“Wilderness Escape: Where God Guides and Provides” Vacation Bible School. Center Chapel. Free. Open to students entering kindergarten through those entering sixth grade. Volunteers are also needed. Students and volunteers register online at: https://www.groupvbspro.com/vbs/hl/ftirwinvbs2014. Step back in time at “Wilderness Escape,” exploring some of the adventures faced by Moses and the Israelites. Kids and adult volunteers participate at the Israelite Camp, sing catchy songs, play teamwork-building games, dig into Bible-times snacks, visit Moses, and collect Bible Memory Buddies. For more information call 380-4211.

July 2014 Middle School and Teen Center Events:

Middle School Activities

  • July 4 Closed
  • July 7 Star Cinema Part 1
  • July 8 Star Cinema Part 2
  • July 9 Cinema Jeopardy
  • July 10 Universal Studios Fieldtrip
  • July 11 Rock Band Battles
  • July 14 WII Battles
  • July 15 Board Games
  • July 16 Card Games
  • July 17 Mario Battles
  • July 18 Dance Central 2014
  • July 21 Slimy Swap
  • July 22 Pucker Up
  • July 23 Yucaipa Regional Park Fieldtrip
  • July 24 Yummy Gummy
  • July 25 In Your Face
  • July 28 Solar Pegasus
  • July 29 Solar Transformer
  • July 30 Solar Frog
  • July 31 Solar Grasshopper

Teen Activities

  • July 4 Teen Night: Closed
  • July 5 Teen Night: Movie Night
  • July 11 Teen Night: Billiards
  • July 12 Teen Night: Billiards
  • July 18 Teen Night: Basketball Tournament
  • July 19 Teen Night: Basketball Tournament
  • July 25 Teen Night: Volleyball
  • July 26 Teen Night: Volleyball

 




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