Scott All Bulletin - August 11 edition|
Posted 8/11/2011 Updated 8/18/2011
375th Air Mobility Command
8/11/2011 - Scott Air Force Base, Ill. --
375 MDG LIMITED SERVICES - TODAY
The 375th Medical Group will have limited services today due to the Medical Group Training Day. There will be limited primary care and outpatient services available. As a reminder, if you need emergency care, seek out the nearest emergency center or call 911. We regret any inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation and understanding. For questions please call 256-7374.
HAWC CLOSURE - TODAY
The HAWC will be closed today from 1200 - 1630 due to training. The HAWC will re-open at 0730 on Friday. If you have questions, please call 256-7139.
9/11 OBSERVATION CEREMONY MEETING - TODAY
We are one month away from the 10th Anniversary of 9/11 and Team Scott is conducting a ceremony in memoriam of the victims who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001.
The two part event will provide a point of reflection for our community and inspire us as we work to protect the very freedom that was attacked that day.
On Sunday, 11 September, the event will begin at 1530 on the Parade Field with "A Run/Walk to Remember" where a piece of the World Trade Center will complete its journey to Scott AFB in a run & walk through base whereby members of the United States Armed Forces will participate in bringing the artifact to its final resting place in front of the 375th AMW Headquarters.
All Team Scott members & their families are encouraged to participate. The ceremony will conclude with the formal acceptance of the World Trade Center Artifact by Col. Michael Hornitschek, 375th AMW Commander.
If you are interested in volunteering with the 9/11 Observation Ceremony, the meeting is today from 1330-1430 in the 375th OG Conference Room. Please contact A1C Jacob Beeman at firstname.lastname@example.org should you have any questions or need additional information.
CLASSIFIED HARD DRIVE/MAGNETIC MEDIA DESTRUCTION SYSTEM
HQ AMC has procured equipment for destruction of classified hard drives and other magnetic media up to Top Secret Sensitive Compartmented Information/Special Access Required. The destruction system is located in Building 4024, ADPE Warehouse, and is available for use by all Scott AFB organizations.
Use can be scheduled by contacting the 375 CS/SCPSE Base Equipment Control Officer at DSN 576-3550/2025 or commercial 618-256-3550/2025. Normal availability is from 0900-1100 and 1300-1500 Monday-Friday, except for holidays and 375 AMW down/family days.
Any questions concerning the system's classified destruction level of certification can be directed to HQ AMC Combat Capabilities Directorate (DSN 576-8999/8987 or commercial 618-256-8987).
EIM TRAINING- AUG/SEP DATES
If you are a site-owner to your Share Point page you must attend this class.
The dates are as follows:
August 24th-25th- At the IT Training Center from 0800-1600 each day
September 7th-8th- At bldg 859 Training Rm. 134 from 0800-1600 each day
September 21st-22nd- At bldg 859 Training Rm. 134 from 0800-1600 each day
Below is the link to sign up for the class.
AIR FORCE BALL - 17 SEP
Ladies and Gentlemen,
The Commander, 375th Air Mobility Wing, cordially invites you to cocktails and dinner in honor of the 64th Birthday of the USAF. The 2011 Air Force Ball is on Saturday, the seventeenth of September at six o'clock, at the Scott Club. Please visit the following link for details and to register your attendance.
DOG DAYS 5K/10K RACE- 13 AUG
Dog Days 5k/10k Race, Saturday, August 13 at 0700 at the Shiloh Community Park, right under the water tower at the ball field. Free parking, ice cream and dog tags afterwards. Fun course supported by the community of Shiloh and supporting Air Force Ball Fundraising efforts. Same-day signup 6:15-6:45a.m. Friday signup, no additional cost. Please see web site for details:
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - 13 AUG
15 Volunteers needed to work AF Ball Fundraiser Saturday night, 13 Aug downtown at 48th Annual Moonlight Ramble. Please contact 2Lt Cherie Kail for more information. Signup NO LATER than Thursday COB. Cherie.email@example.com Volunteers will work this event for funds dedicated to the AF Ball from 10:30 p.m.- 3:00a.m.
JAMES GYM TRACK RE-SURFACING PROJECT EXTENDED
The James Gym track re-surfacing project has been extended and is scheduled to re-open 1 Oct. The cardio component of the fitness assessment test will continue to take place on the running trail (along Golf Course Rd) behind the Honor Guard building #386. All testers should continue to report to the James Sports Center Conference Room during this time. They will be briefed on procedures to be taken for the run portion. All official testers will be in numbered jerseys and we ask that they are given the right away while on the running trail. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Please contact the Fitness Center with any questions, 256-1218.
ARMED FORCE CLASSIFICATION TEST (ASAVAB Equivalent) - 16, 30 AUG AND 15 SEP
Due to additional demand as a result of AF Special Duty Screening Team Visit and other AF retraining initiatives, the Base Testing Office has added two additional AFCT testing dates. All AFCT exams begin sharply at 0800. Call Base Testing at 256-5290/6364 for more info.
AMC ICON PERFORMANCE - 12 AUG
The AMC Icon Base Level Competition will be held at the Scott Club on 12 Aug at 1900. Everyone is invited to watch the contestants compete. Entry is free! Doors will open at 1630, with light hors d'oeuvres being served until 1830. Anyone wishing to partake in our fabulous hors d'oeuvres can do so for a small fee; club members are free, non-members - $10, and children 12 and under are just $5.
Anyone, age 21 & older, is invited to join us after the competition for our ALL-NIGHTER! Enjoy a live DJ and drink specials. The Active Duty SAFB Winner will compete against other AMC Base finalists at the Command Finals in October here.
Prizes are to be awarded to the top 3 finalists at the Base Level Competition; 1st - $500, 2nd - $300 & 3rd - $200. NOTE: Both lounges will be closed the evening of the competition. Please join the Club staff in the ballroom for a great night of entertainment! For more details, call the Scott Club at 744-1333, visit www.375fss.com or www.amcsvs.com.
COLORAMA - 13 AUG
The Stars & Strikes Bowling Center is offering COLORAMA bowling Saturday, 13 Aug, at 1900. This is a game of skill to where money can be won based on getting a STRIKE with specified combinations or color combinations. You could even win a Vegas vacation package! Complete rules of play are available at the Bowling Center. Cost to participate is $15 for persons 18 years of age and older. For more information, call 256-4054.
TEXAS HOLD'EM - 13 AUG
Go all in on Saturday, 13 Aug, in the Scott Club's Enlisted Lounge for our Texas Hold'em Tournament! Come enjoy our pre-game social from 1730-1830 featuring food (assorted hors d'oeuvres) and drink specials, followed by tournament play at 1900 (registered players must be signed in by 1830).
Interested players must register at the Scott Club Monday - Friday from 0900 to 1700. Tournament seating limited to first 100 players and is a first come, first served basis. Members are $5, Non-members are $10. Prizes are awarded to winners based on their finishing place.
Sponsored in part by Lindenwood University, Scott Credit Union, Illinois Distributing, Clete's Inc., Lee's Famous Chicken, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, DRS Technology and Texas Roadhouse. No federal endorsement of sponsors intended. For more information, call 744-1333.
SPECIAL NEEDS FIELD DAY - SOCCER - 13 AUG
Parents, children and siblings are welcome to come to the Youth Center to learn about individual skills in sports while having fun in a relaxed environment. All outings are free and meant for the whole family. 1200 - 1300, Airman & Family Readiness Center POC.
PGA PARTNER GOLF TOURNAMENT - 14 AUG
The Cardinal Creek golf course will be hosting a PGA Partner golf tournament Sunday, 14 Aug, with morning tee times. Format for this tournament is an individual handicapped stroke play in combination with PGA partners score. The cost is $15 in conjunction to your greens fees and includes place prizes and closest to the pin. To register or for more information, call 744-1400.
CUI BREAKFAST BUFFET SPECIAL - 15 - 31 AUG
For a limited time, 15 - 31 Aug, the Stars & Strikes Bowling Center is offering $1 off their Breakfast Buffet (normal price is $6.95). The breakfast buffet is available Monday - Friday from 0630 - 1030, eat in or carry out, with no waiting! For more information, call 256-4054.
MISSOULA CHILDREN'S THEATRE AUDITIONS - 15 AUG
Auditions for the Missoula Children's Theatre (MCT) production of "King Arthur's Quest" will be held on 15 Aug, 0900 at the Youth Center. There are roles for students entering 1st grade through 12th. Approximately 50-60 youth will be cast to appear in the show with the MCT Tour Actor/Director.
There is no guarantee that everyone who auditions will be cast in the play. Youth wishing to audition must arrive by the scheduled starting time and stay for the entire two-hour session. Rehearsals will be conducted daily from 1000 to noon, and then begin again after lunch, from 1230 to 1430. This is a group audition - no advance preparation is necessary, but a smile never hurts. Students should just be ready to come and have a good time! Please call Karen Jalbert at 744-9862 for information.
TROOPS TO TEACHERS - 15 AUG
Are you interested in a second career in education? The Airman &Family Readiness Center will hold a seminar designed to help eligible military personnel begin a new career as teachers in public schools where their skills, knowledge and experience are most needed. 1000 - 1200
POOCH POOL PARTY - 16 AUG
Calling all dog lovers! Come on out for Outdoor Recreation's 5th Annual Pooch Pool Party on 16 Aug at the Essex House Pool from 1700 to 1900. Event is FREE! Enjoy prizes, contests, treats and a pet/family swim. Contests will begin at 1730 and the pet/family swim will be from 1700 to 1900. Contests include Pooch Karaoke, Pooch/Owner Look-A-Like, Best Dressed and Stupid Pet Tricks (non-water).
The SAFB Veterinary shot requirements must be met, owners must be prepared to present records upon request, and are responsible for all pet cleanups and must maintain control of their pooch in and out of pool on a leash at all times.
Owners may bring multiple pooches however; there must be a separate person controlling each pooch. Basic SAFB pool guidelines still apply and children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. This will be the last event at the pool for the summer; the pool will be drained and cleaned for the winter at the end of this event. Remember to bring your pooper scooper and plastic bags, and let your pooch party!
Event sponsored in part by Scott Credit Union, USO of Missouri, Camp Bow Wow, and Texas Roadhouse. No federal endorsement of sponsor intended. For more information, call Outdoor Recreation, 256-2067.
2011 AF ATHLETE OF THE YEAR NOMINATION PACKETS
The Air Force annually recognizes an AF Male and Female Athlete of the Year. To ensure all deserving athletes are considered for this prestigious award, nominations are being sought from Scott AFB. Nomination packets and information can be obtained from Ms. Gailyn Gonzalez at the Fitness Center or by calling 256-1218. Completed packets are due back to the Fitness Center NLT 26 Sept .
PASS OVERVIEW WORKSHOP - 17 AUG
Parent Advocates for Students and Schools (PASS) will hold a workshop on Wednesday, 17 August 2011 called "Rock with our Flock" PASS Overview Workshop. This workshop is part of an on-going effort to educate parents how to effectively advocate for their children, within the military lifestyle of frequent moves. PASS workshops are led by parents and local educators who help military families become better advocates for their children while transferring from school to school due to military relocations. For questions and registration, call A&FRC at 256-8668
NEW EXCHANGE FOOD COURT HOURS
Effective 20 Aug., the Food Court hours are as follows:
Anthony's Pizza - Mon - Sat (1030 - 1700) & Sun (Closed)
Robin Hood - Mon - Fri (1030 - 1400) Sat & Sun (Closed)
Churches Chicken - Mon - Sat (1030 - 1800) & Sun (1030 - 1700)
Charley's - Mon - Fri (0900 - 1900), Sat (1030 - 1900) & Sun (1030 - 1800)
Taco Bell - Mon - Sat (1030 - 1900) & Sun (1030 - 1800)
GET YOUR INFO IN THE SCOTT-ALL BULLETIN: Please e-mail all Scott-All requests to Public Affairs, firstname.lastname@example.org NLT noon Wed (for Thursday publication). Entries must be 75 words or less, formatted as you see above. A simple e-mail should suffice (no need to put on letterhead or attach as a separate document). Content should include items of base-wide importance and is not designed for routine events. For questions or to give feedback, call 256-4241 and speak to MSgt Foster or Karen Petitt.
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