MCCS Camp Lejeune, Upcoming events.

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MARINE CORPS COMMUNITY SERVICES, CAMP LEJEUNE

UPCOMING EVENTS

FEBRUARY 2009

HEARTBURN

An UnValentine’s Day Event just for Teens!

Fri, 6 Feb • 1830-2030

Harriotte B. Smith Library

Do you despise Valentine’s Day? Are you tired of being home alone on date night? Looking for a new place to drown your sorrows in chocolate? Do you hate all of the hearts, candy, hugs, and talk about love…

well, then join us for Heartburn, an ANTI-VALENTINE’S Day party! Enjoy Free Food, Games and Crafts! Teens must register by calling or visiting the library. 451-3026



Big Buck$ Bingo BLOWOUT

Sat, 7 Feb • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1100, games start at 1245. $15,500 in game payouts! (Minimum buy-in $50.) Bingo handsets available. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



VALENTINE’S DATE NIGHT at Midway Park Chapel/FREE!

Sat, 7 Feb, 1900-2100, Midway Park Chapel

Food, Fun & Friends in a relaxing atmosphere!

Register for this Free Event by 3 Feb.

Open to all authorized patrons.

FREE CHILDCARE!

Free Childcare for this event offered through the Tarawa Terrace Child Development Center (450-1646/1648 and the Tarawa Terrace Youth Pavilion 450-1422.



Children must first register with the Children, Youth & Teen Programs at the Resource & Referral Office at Bldg. 1966 Stone Street, Mon-Fri, 0800-1700.

Call 451-2672 for requirements.

Information for event: 451-1807



FIREPROOF Coming at MIDWAY PARK THEATER

9 & 23 Feb 09 • 1830 • FREE

Doors Open 1800

A Marriage Enrichment Movie

POC: Chaplain Carpenter 451-3210

FREE CHILDCARE!

You must first register with the Children, Youth & Teen Programs at the Resource & Referral Office at Bldg. 1966 Stone Street, Mon-Fri, 0800-1700. Call 451-2672 for requirements



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 9 Feb • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



GENEALOGY WORKSHOP

Monday, 9 February, 1830-2030 • Harriotte B. Smith Library

Do you have royalty in your past? Learn some tips, tricks, and helpful hints on how to get started on your ancestral journey. Trace your family tree and share you findings with your family as your Valentine’s gift. No fee for this Seminar and Workshop. For ages 12 and above

Registration Required: 910-451-3026



YOUTH SPORTS BASEBALL/SOFTBALL & TRACK Registrations

9-27 Feb, Moon-Fri, 0900-1630

Additional Registration Times:

Wed, 18 Feb, 0900-2000 & Sat, 21 Feb, 0900-1300 ONLY at Camp Lejeune

Camp Lejeune Youth Sports Office (Across from Berkeley Manor 7-Day Store on Stone Street) and

MCAS New River Youth Sports Office (Located in the old Gym next to the Bowling Alley)

POC: Camp Lejeune Youth Sports @ 451-2177/2159 or MCAS New River Youth Sports @ 449-6714.



NUTRITION EDUCATION

10 Feb at Bldg. 302, Holcomb Blvd. • 0830-1230

This course is designed for Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Retirees, or civilian employees, and all authorized patrons who would like to know more about nutrition for their own goals.



These 4-hour workshops include topics on carbohydrates, protein, fat, sports nutrition, body composition changes, healthy eating, healthy weight loss/gain/maintenance, hydration, the risks of being obese, and supplements.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



A day of fun and good will... HEART YOUR HEALTH FITNESS FAIR & BLOOD DRIVE

French Creek Fitness Center Wed, Feb 11, 0900-1400, Raffle Drawing Every Hour

-Fitness Equipment Orientation

-Group Exercise Classes

-Orientation every 20 minutes.

-Group Exercise Classes will include:

Cycling

Zumba

Kettle Bells

Power Yoga

Skill and Drills

Latin Ballroom Dancing



Armed Services Blood Program BLOOD DRIVE

French Creek Fitness Center Parking Lot

Wed, Feb 11, 1000-1430

POC: Angela Rodier 451-7002



PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Taking Control of Your Finances

11 Feb, Bldg. 302 • 1300-1630

An interactive training session, which covers the basics of starting a personal financial plan. Participants

focus on developing realistic and measurable financial goals. Maintaining a workable budget to include

savings, understanding military pay, and managing your credit/checkbook are further explored.

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html



2009 LIBERTY FUN RUN SERIES – Presidents’ Day 5K Run

12 Feb, 1130

Event is free. All events start at 1130, Corner of Ash St. and Holcomb Blvd.

Register and sign waiver on the day of the event.

POC: 910-451-0092 or 5430 or mccslejeune.com/libertyruns.html



SEMPER FIT HEALTH PROMOTION

Stress Management

12 Feb, Bldg. 302 • 0830-1130

Participants will learn to identify stress symptoms and what stressors may be involved, and learn a variety of techniques to manage daily stress. Participants will take a more in-depth look at relaxation techniques and uses. Participants will leave with their own individual relaxation tools.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



SEMPER FIT HEALTH PROMOTION

Anger Management

13 Feb, Bldg. 302 • 0830-1600

Participants learn to identify their style of expressing anger, how to prevent escalation, and positive techniques for dealing with anger. They will learn what conflict is, where it comes from, and how to focus on ways to resolve conflict without letting anger take control.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



OUTDOOR RECREATION SKI TRIP TO SUGAR MOUNTAIN – CANCELLED!

13-16 Feb Meet at Bldg. 1108 Parking Lot on Fri, 13 Feb at 1400.

POC: 910-451-1440



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 16 Feb • Marston Pavilion • Look for Valentine’s Specials!

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



HARLEM SUPERSTARS – Comedy Basketball at its best!

Goettge Memorial Field House

17 Feb, 1830

Advanced Ticket Locations:

Information Tickets & Tours (ITT Office, Camp Lejeune Exchange Mall)

MCCS Semper Fit Youth Sports Office (Berkeley Manor Housing, Stone Street)

Enterprise Rent-A-Car 209 Western Blvd

Enterprise Rent-A-Car 1127 Western Blvd (Ext)

Advanced Ticket Price:

$5 Adults/$3 Children under 10

At the Door:

Goettge Memorial Field House (Bldg. 751)

Ticket Price: $8 Adults/$5 Children under 10

POC: 451-2710



SEMPER FIT HEALTH PROMOTION

SACO Prevention Plan/Measures of Effectiveness

17 Feb, Bldg. 302 • 0830-1600

This course is designed for SACO’s that have successfully completed the USAP course and are seeking assistance in developing prevention plans and successfully measuring the effectiveness of their prevention plan. The use of a laptop is recommended but not required. A limited supply of computers will be available upon request. This training offers an interactive approach in how to effectively plan and evaluate your success as a Substance Abuse Control Officer.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



SEMPER FIT HEALTH PROMOTION

Alcohol Abuse Prevention

18 Feb, Bldg. 302 • 0830-1130

This interactive program is designed to assist individuals with developing the knowledge and skills to make healthier lifestyle decisions pertaining to alcohol abuse and binge drinking. Topics include: drinking and driving, binge drinking, alcohol’s effects on the body, its effects on family and social life. It also offers tips for responsible drinking and recreation activities not involving alcohol. This program serves as unit level education in support of the first phase of the Marine Corps Substance Abuse Program (MCO P1700.24B).

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



DIETITIAN ON DECK

18 Feb at Courthouse Bay Fit. Ctr. • 1100-1300

Amber DeVore, R.D., L.D.N, will be on-deck answering questions about nutrition, providing written information, and giving suggestions on how to best fuel your body to achieve your desired fitness goals! Each month the Dietitian visits a different fitness centers around Camp Lejeune for an informal question and answer

session. Open to all authorized patrons.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Investment Basics

18 Feb, Bldg. 302 • 1300-1630

An interactive workshop designed to help individuals understand the process involved in savings and investment planning. Participants will explore how to develop and maintain realistic savings and investment goals. TSP rules, regulations, and benefits will also be covered

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html



LUNCH ‘N BOOKS

Wed, 18 Feb • Noon-1:00 pm • FREE

Camp Johnson Library

Bring your lunch and enjoy a lively discussion of The Lace Reader by Brunonia Barry. Bring your lunch and beverages will be provided. This book is available for checkout from this library. For more info call 450-0844.



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – CONUS PCS WORKSHOP

19 Feb • 0900-1200

MCCS Relocation Assistance Program Classroom (Bldg 40) • Russell Marine & Family Service Building

The PCS Move Workshop is free and is designed to assist military and family members when performing a PCS move within the United States. Topics covered include: pay and entitlements, TMO, travel tips, moving with pets, housing information, Military OneSource, SITES, loan locker and accessing services at the new duty station. Please call for registration.

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055



2009 GRAND PRIX THE ULTIMATE FITNESS CHALLENGE

Regardless of your athletic background or your competitive desires, the Marine Corps Grand Prix Series offers an event for you. Begin planning your race strategy now, as you accept our challenge to gain “ultimate athlete status!”

21 Feb Marine Combat Training Battalion 5K Challenge, Camp Devil Dog

7 Mar USO Ft. Bragg/Fayetteville 10K

14 Mar Joggin for the Noggin, Camp Lejeune

28 Mar Cherry Point Half Marathon, Cherry Point, NC

18 Apr Jacksonville 10K/5K, Jacksonville, NC

25 Apr Marine Combat training Battalion/European Cross Country 10K, Camp Devil Dog

16 May Run for the Warriors 5K, 10K, Camp Lejeune

30 May Cherry Point Sprint Tri, Cherry Point

11 Jul 8K Mud Challenge, Camp Devil Dog

19 Sep Cherry Point Duathlon, Cherry Point, NC

26 Sep Marine Corps Half Marathon, Camp Devil Dog

10 Oct Beirut memorial 10K, Camp Johnson

17 Oct Neuse river 5K/10K, New Bern

14 Nov Great Mullet Run, Swansboro

23 Nov Hamsptead Turkey Trot

December Awards Ceremony



POC: Grand Prix Series Coordinator, Mike Marion (910) 451-0092, FAX (910) 451-5841, or E-mail: marionmj@usmc-mccs.org. For hotel/motel accommodations contact: Onslow County Tourism (910) 455-1113 or 1-800-932-2144



13th Annual Junior STEP SHOW @ Goettge Memorial Field House

21 Feb, Doors open at 1630, Showtime 1800-2100

Advanced Ticket Locations:

Information Tickets & Tours (ITT Office, Camp Lejeune Exchange Mall)

MCAS New River

MCAS Cherry Point

Bull’s Barbershop

Church’s Chicken

Darryl’s Barbershop

Cherry’s Barbershop of New Bern

Advanced Ticket Price:

$5 Adults

At the Door:

Goettge Memorial Field House (Bldg. 751)

Ticket Price: $7

POC: 910-382-4020, 252-617-2273 or email RALYLI@EARLINK.NET



FREE Single Marine Program (SMP) trip to MOORE’S CREEK NATIONAL BATTLEFIELD

21 Feb

Register at your local Recreation Center.

Depart from the MCX Parking Lot at 0800

Depart from Camp Johnson Fitness Center at 0830

Maximun 9 persons

POC: 451-0084/4246 or mccslejeune.com/smp/index.html



MARINE CORPS BASE EAST BOXING TRAINING CAMP

MCB Camp Lejeune Area #3 Gym (Bldg. 300)

23-27 Feb, Start time 0800 daily, No Equipment Required

Open to Marine males and females all ages.

POC: Coach Simms 910-451-2629 or 910-358-3244 or check mccslejeune.com/sports



DODGEBALL @ French Creek Fitness Center

25 Feb 1700

Register by 20 Feb at the French Creek Recreation Center

Double Elimination, 6 per team, T-Shirts to the first 10 teams to sign up.

mccslejeune.com/fitness



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 23 Feb • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



SEMPER FIT HEALTH PROMOTION

Unit Substance Abuse

23-25 Feb at Bldg. 302 • 0800-160

This management training session for newly appointed Substance Abuse Control Officers (SACO) and Substance Abuse Control Specialists. Through this curriculum SACOs and SACS are trained as mandated by MCO P1700.24B on the disciplines of their duties. As a result the requisite supervisory unit level substance abuse education, needs assessment and unit annual prevention planning can be developed. The uniqueness of the curriculum is that it is simple and user-friendly enough to address various audiences and yet, it is comprehensive in its content.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



BOOKAHOLICS

24 Feb • Onslow County Public Library • 1900

Enjoy an adult book discussion group that meets monthly. This month’s book is The Known World by Edward P. Jones. This book is available at the Harriotte B. Smith Library for check-out. Call 451-3026 for more information. Discussion group co-sponsored by Camp Lejeune Libraries.



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – ABCs OF HOME BUYING & SELLING

26 Feb • 1800-2100

MCCS Relocation Assistance Program Classroom (Bldg 40) • Russell Marine & Family Service Building

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055



SEMPER FIT HEALTH PROMOTION

Stress Management

26 Feb, Bldg. 302 • 0830-1130

Participants will learn to identify stress symptoms and what stressors may be involved, and learn a variety of techniques to manage daily stress. Participants will take a more in-depth look at relaxation techniques and uses. Participants will leave with their own individual relaxation tools.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



Onslow Beach Reservation Booth at the Marine Corps Exchange

Open Mon-Fri, 1000-1700 until 27 Feb

Closed on Holidays & 96’s

POC: 910-450-7502



SEMPER FIT HEALTH PROMOTION

Anger Management

27 Feb, Bldg. 302 • 0830-1600

Participants learn to identify their style of expressing anger, how to prevent escalation, and positive techniques for dealing with anger. They will learn what conflict is, where it comes from, and how to focus on ways to resolve conflict without letting anger take control.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



ESCAPE TO PARADISE TRAVEL EXPO 2009

Sat, 28 Feb, 1000-1400

Marston Pavilion

Free Admission!

Open to the Public

Grand Prize Package:

2 Nights at a Myrtle Beach Ocean Resort Property

Family Pass to Ripley’s Myrtle Beach Attractions, Dinner for 4 at Planet Hollywood

4 Tickets to The Palace La Grand Cirque, 4 Tickets to IMAX 3-D Theater

$50 Margaretville Food Gift Certificate and a Basketful of Goodies



** Other prize drawings throughout the day.

MCCS employees are eligible for all giveaways except the grand prize.

POC: Information, Tickets and Tours, 910-451-3535



FAMILY FUN RUNS – Run Your Heart Out

Tarawa Terrace Community Center Picnic Area

28 Feb, 0900

Register day of Walk/Run. Sign waiver and get a number. Open to all authorized patrons and their families

POC: 910-450-1687



Single Marine Program (SMP) PAINTBALL

28 Feb

Register at your local Recreation Center.

Depart from the MCX Parking Lot at 1015

Depart from Camp Johnson Fitness Center at 1030

$23 per person/Maximum 18 persons

POC: 451-0084/4246 or mccslejeune.com/smp/index.html



POST DEPLOYMENT/COMBAT STRESS BRIEF/WORKSHOP

Semper Fit Health Promotion is offering this interactive, educational workshop centered on increasing awareness and understanding the effects – psychological and physical (anger/stress), in regards to combat stress, post-traumatic stress, and traumatic brain injury.

POC: 910-451-2865





Belly Dance Classes Free!

Midway Park Community Center

Every Thursday, 1730-1830

The graceful moves of this Middle-eastern dance form utilize muscles in the abdomen, pelvis, trunk, spine, and neck, working with the body instead of against it, improve your posture, tone your core and relieve back tension all while having fun.

POC: 910-451-1807



Power Blendz at Camp Geiger Fitness Center NOW!

Hours of Operation

Mon-Thu, 0630-2000

Fri, 0630-1800

Sat & Sun 1000-1500

Visit us and enjoy the various flavors of our power shakes!



peaceZone Massage Therapy – Soothing and Relaxing

Courthouse Bay Fitness Center, Office 102

For appointment, please call 252-342-3558

Jane Hadfield LMBT, NC #6997

peaceZone welcomes Cynthia Johnson, LBMT, NC #6608

MENU OF SERVICES & PRICES:

On-site Chair Massage or Pre-Post Event Sports Massage $1/min.

Swedish/Therapeutic/Deep Tissue $30 (35 min.)

Swedish/Relaxation $60 (60 min.)

Swedish/Relaxation $85 (90 min.)

Therapeutic/Deep Tissue $70 (60 min.)

Therapeutic/Deep Tissue $100 (90 min.)

PeaceZone welcomes Cynthia Johnson, LBMT, NC #6608

POC: For appointment, please call 252-342-3558



Relax your body, rejuvenate your spirit…

MASSAGE THERAPY

Area 2 Fitness Center, Bldg. 201

Methamorphosis Therapeutic Massage

On-site Chair Massage or Pre-Post Event Sports Massage $1/min.

Swedish/Therapeutic/Deep Tissue $30 (35 min.)

Swedish/Relaxation $60 (60 min.)

Swedish/Relaxation $85 (90 min.)

Therapeutic/Deep Tissue $70 (60 min.)

Therapeutic/Deep Tissue $100 (90 min.)

Additional Services:

Touch for Health $45

Healing Touch $45

Reiki $45

POC: DENISE MARTIN License #5398, 910-545-4787 or denisemassagetherapist@yahoo.com



Pace Shahliin Massage & Wellness

On-site Chair Massage or Pre-Post Event Sports Massage $1/min.

Swedish/Therapeutic/Deep Tissue $35 (35 min.)

Swedish/Relaxation $60 (60 min.)

Swedish/Relaxation $85 (90 min.)

Therapeutic/Deep Tissue $70 (60 min.)

Therapeutic/Deep Tissue $100 (90 min.)

POC: JULIANA NORRIS License #7381, 910-375-5420 or www.pacetherapeutic.com











MARCH 2009

Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 2 Mar • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



Nutrition Education

3 Mar at Bldg. 302, Holcomb Blvd. • 0830-1230

This course is designed for Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Retirees, or civilian employees, and all authorized patrons who would like to know more about nutrition for their own goals.



These 4-hour workshops include topics on carbohydrates, protein, fat, sports nutrition, body composition changes, healthy eating, healthy weight loss/gain/maintenance, hydration, the risks of being obese, and supplements.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



38th Annual Marine Federal Credit Union Golf Warm-Up Tournament

6-8 Mar Warm-Up Tournament – $25 entry fee. Participants must have a verifiable handicap to enter. The top ten players for the two Camp Lejeune teams will be selected from this tournament as well as the alternate team in the 38th Intercollegiate Tournament to be held 26-29 March.

Open to active duty, retirees, civilian employees, and dependents (18 or older) residing within Onslow county or Camp Lejeune

Paradise Point Golf Course

POC: (910) 451-5445



2009 GRAND PRIX THE ULTIMATE FITNESS CHALLENGE

Regardless of your athletic background or your competitive desires, the Marine Corps Grand Prix Series offers an event for you. Begin planning your race strategy now, as you accept our challenge to gain “ultimate athlete status!”

7 Mar USO Ft. Bragg/Fayetteville 10K

14 Mar Joggin for the Noggin, Camp Lejeune

28 Mar Cherry Point Half Marathon, Cherry Point, NC

18 Apr Jacksonville 10K/5K, Jacksonville, NC

25 Apr Marine Combat training Battalion/European Cross Country 10K, Camp Devil Dog

16 May Run for the Warriors 5K, 10K, Camp Lejeune

30 May Cherry Point Sprint Tri, Cherry Point

11 Jul 8K Mud Challenge, Camp Devil Dog

19 Sep Cherry Point Duathlon, Cherry Point, NC

26 Sep Marine Corps Half Marathon, Camp Devil Dog

10 Oct Beirut memorial 10K, Camp Johnson

17 Oct Neuse river 5K/10K, New Bern

14 Nov Great Mullet Run, Swansboro

23 Nov Hamsptead Turkey Trot

December Awards Ceremony



Register online at active.com



POC: Grand Prix Series Coordinator, Mike Marion (910) 451-0092, FAX (910) 451-5841, or E-mail: marionmj@usmc-mccs.org. For hotel/motel accommodations contact: Onslow County Tourism (910) 455-1113 or 1-800-932-2144



Big Buck$ Bingo BLOWOUT

Sat, 7 Mar • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1100, games start at 1245. $15,500 in game payouts! (Minimum buy-in $50.) Bingo handsets available. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 9 Mar • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.





38th Annual Marine Federal Credit Union Golf Tournament

27-29 Mar Intercollegiate Tournament – Interested golfers may also play in the Intercollegiate Tournament for an entry fee of $100. This entry fee includes a tee package, two rounds of golf, one Welcome Aboard Banquet ticket, one Awards Banquet ticket, and one After Tournament Cookout ticket.

Sponsorship does not imply federal or USMC endorsement.

Paradise Point Golf Course

POC: (910) 451-5445



20th Annual Gottschalk Marina Team Bass Tournament

Mar 7 Spring Splash

May 9 Summer Starter

Sep 5 September Starter

Nov 7 Fall Fun

Two-person teams fish for Largemouth Bass on the New River and its tributaries. The average prize amount is $2,500 based on 50 boats. Guaranteed $1,000 cash prize per tournament. Trophies and cash prizes are awarded for first three places. Sponsor giveaway by drawings, and food and soft drinks provided at weigh-in. ACTIVE DUTY TEAMS MAY PARTICIPATE THROUGH THE USAGE OF UNIT FUNDS WITH PERMISSION OF THE UNIT’S SPECIAL SERVICES OFFICER. This event is open to the public.

Tournaments begin at 0600 (or safe light) and end at 1600. $70 per team, $15 late fee (day of event.)

Sponsored by B&L One Stop Tackle, Sports Trophies Plus, Andy’s, and Subway. No federal or USMC endorsement implied. POC: Cameron Brooks (910) 451-8307



SEMPER FIT HEALTH PROMOTION

BASIC Training

6 & 9 Mar, Bldg. 302 • 0830-1030

This can be offered at the unit or in our classroom. BASIC is a Headquarters Marine Corps developed program on the AIRS Checklist (#009). The BASIC training is two 120-minute sessions for NCOs. This can be broken up to fit your unit’s schedule. The program is train the trainer/mentoring driven-NCOs training the junior troops on how to drink responsibly.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health/index.html



2009 LIBERTY FUN RUN SERIES – Easter 5K Run

9 Mar, 1130

Event is free. All events start at 1130, Corner of Ash St. and Holcomb Blvd.

Register and sign waiver on the day of the event.

POC: 910-451-0092 or 5430 or mccslejeune.com/libertyruns.html



PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Car Buying – Getting a Fair Deal

11 Mar, Bldg. 302 • 1300-1630

An interactive training session designed to help individuals develop knowledge and skills necessary to achieve financial goals. Explore your legal rights as a consumer, analyze advertising techniques and sales practices, and discuss appropriate steps to protect yourself against SCAMS and FRAUD.

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html



DIETITIAN ON DECK

11 Mar at Camp Johnson Fit. Ctr. • 1100-1300

Amber DeVore, R.D., L.D.N, will be on-deck answering questions about nutrition, providing written information, and giving suggestions on how to best fuel your body to achieve your desired fitness goals! Each month the Dietitian visits a different fitness centers around Camp Lejeune for an informal question and answer

session. Open to all authorized patrons.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Car Buying – Getting a Fair Deal

11 Mar, Bldg. 302 • 1300-1630

An interactive training session designed to help individuals develop knowledge and skills necessary to achieve financial goals. Explore your legal rights as a consumer, analyze advertising techniques and sales practices, and discuss appropriate steps to protect yourself against SCAMS and FRAUD.

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – PCS OVERSEAS WORKSHOP

12 Mar • 0900-1200

Russell Marine & Family Services Bldg. 40

The PCS Move Workshop is free and is designed to assist military and family members when performing a PCS move within the United States. Topics covered include: pay and entitlements, TMO, travel tips, moving with pets, housing information, Military OneSource, SITES, loan locker and culture aspects.

Call for registration. FREE to all ID card holders.

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 16 Mar • Marston Pavilion • Look for St. Patty’s Day Specials!

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



FAMILY FUN RUNS – Java Jog

Tarawa Terrace Community Center Picnic Area

21 Mar, 0900

Register day of Walk/Run. Sign waiver and get a number. Open to all authorized patrons and their families

POC: 910-450-1687



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 23 Mar • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



BOOKAHOLICS

24 Mar • Onslow County Public Library • 1900

Enjoy an adult book discussion group that meets monthly. This month’s book is Silent Spring by Rachel Carson. This book is available at the Harriotte B. Smith Library for check-out. Call 451-3026 for more information. Discussion group co-sponsored by Camp Lejeune Libraries.



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 30 Mar • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



APRIL 2009

CAMP LEJEUNE NATIONAL JOB FAIR

Thu, 2 Apr • 0900-1400

Camp Lejeune, NC

Goettge Memorial Field House



This event is open to active duty personnel, military retirees, their families, Camp Lejeune and New River employees, and Coastal Carolina Community College students. Come meet directly with companies that want to hire our best military servicemen and women. Be prepared for onsite interviews, dress to impress, and have your resumes ready. Attend our Job Fair Preparation Workshop, Wed. 19 Mar, to sharpen your interviewing skills and learn how to properly prepare your resume. (Must pre-register for workshop. Seating limited.) Call 451-3212 for more info.

The Job Fair is sponsored by Marine Corps Community Services-Camp Lejeune, New River Air Station and Coastal Carolina Community College.



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 6 Apr • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



NUTRITION EDUCATION

7 Apr at Bldg. 302, Holcomb Blvd. • 0830-1230

This course is designed for Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Retirees, or civilian employees, and all authorized patrons who would like to know more about nutrition for their own goals.



These 4-hour workshops include topics on carbohydrates, protein, fat, sports nutrition, body composition changes, healthy eating, healthy weight loss/gain/maintenance, hydration, the risks of being obese, and supplements.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Car Buying – Getting a Fair Deal

8 Apr, Bldg. 302 • 1300-1630

An interactive training session designed to help individuals develop knowledge and skills necessary to achieve financial goals. Explore your legal rights as a consumer, analyze advertising techniques and sales practices, and discuss appropriate steps to protect yourself against SCAMS and FRAUD.

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – CONUS PCS WORKSHOP

9 Apr • 0900-1200

MCCS Relocation Assistance Program Classroom (Bldg 40) • Russell Marine & Family Service Building

The PCS Move Workshop is free and is designed to assist military and family members when performing a PCS move within the United States. Topics covered include: pay and entitlements, TMO, travel tips, moving with pets, housing information, Military OneSource, SITES, loan locker and accessing services at the new duty station. Please call for registration.

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055



Big Buck$ Bingo BLOWOUT

Sat, 11 Apr • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1100, games start at 1245. $15,500 in game payouts! (Minimum buy-in $50.) Bingo handsets available. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon,13 Apr • Marston Pavilion • Look for Easter Specials!

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



DIETITIAN ON DECK

22 Apr at Camp Geiger Fit. Ctr. • 1100-1300

Amber DeVore, R.D., L.D.N, will be on-deck answering questions about nutrition, providing written information, and giving suggestions on how to best fuel your body to achieve your desired fitness goals! Each month the Dietitian visits a different fitness centers around Camp Lejeune for an informal question and answer

session. Open to all authorized patrons.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon,20 Apr • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



FUNTASTIC

25 Apr • Russell Marine & Family Services Center • Bldg 40, Brewster Blvd

In honor and celebration of our military children, Marine Corps Family Team Building has a special day planned. More details coming soon! (Save the date!)



PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Command Financial Specialist

27 Apr-1 May, Bldg. 302 • 0830-1630 (5 Days)

This course is designed to train SNCO’s and Company Grade Officers on how to develop a Personal Financial Management (PFM) training program at the unit level. Topics to be covered include budgeting, cash flow management, establishing/managing credit, debt reduction, consumer rights, risk management (insurance) and more. Participants will receive financial software designed to assist them in their unit training and counseling needs.

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 27 Apr • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



BOOKAHOLICS

28 Apr • Onslow County Public Library • 1900

Enjoy an adult book discussion group that meets monthly. This month’s book is Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society by Mary Ann Shaffer. This book is available at the Harriotte B. Smith Library for check-out. Call 451-3026 for more information. Discussion group co-sponsored by Camp Lejeune Libraries.





MAY 2009

Big Buck$ Bingo BLOWOUT

Sat, 2 May • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1100, games start at 1245. $15,500 in game payouts! (Minimum buy-in $50.) Bingo handsets available. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 4 May • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



Nutrition Education

5 May at Bldg. 302, Holcomb Blvd. • 0830-1230

This course is designed for Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Retirees, or civilian employees, and all authorized patrons who would like to know more about nutrition for their own goals.



These 4-hour workshops include topics on carbohydrates, protein, fat, sports nutrition, body composition changes, healthy eating, healthy weight loss/gain/maintenance, hydration, the risks of being obese, and supplements.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



20th Annual Gottschalk Marina Team Bass Tournament

May 9 Summer Starter

Sep 5 September Starter

Nov 7 Fall Fun

Two-person teams fish for Largemouth Bass on the New River and its tributaries. The average prize amount is $2,500 based on 50 boats. Guaranteed $1,000 cash prize per tournament. Trophies and cash prizes are awarded for first three places. Sponsor giveaway by drawings, and food and soft drinks provided at weigh-in. ACTIVE DUTY TEAMS MAY PARTICIPATE THROUGH THE USAGE OF UNIT FUNDS WITH PERMISSION OF THE UNIT’S SPECIAL SERVICES OFFICER. This event is open to the public.

Tournaments begin at 0600 (or safe light) and end at 1600. $70 per team, $15 late fee (day of event.)

Sponsored by B&L One Stop Tackle, Sports Trophies Plus, Andy’s, and Subway. No federal or USMC endorsement implied.

POC: Cameron Brooks (910) 451-8307



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 11 May • Marston Pavilion • Look for Mother’s Day Specials!

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



Dietitian on Deck

13 May at French Creek Fit. Ctr. • 1100-1300

Amber DeVore, R.D., L.D.N, will be on-deck answering questions about nutrition, providing written information, and giving suggestions on how to best fuel your body to achieve your desired fitness goals! Each month the Dietitian visits a different fitness centers around Camp Lejeune for an informal question and answer

session. Open to all authorized patrons.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – PCS OVERSEAS WORKSHOP

14 May • 0900-1200

Russell Marine & Family Services Bldg. 40

The PCS Move Workshop is free and is designed to assist military and family members when performing a PCS move within the United States. Topics covered include: pay and entitlements, TMO, travel tips, moving with pets, housing information, Military OneSource, SITES, loan locker and culture aspects.

Call for registration. FREE to all ID card holders.

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 18 May • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Car Buying – Getting a Fair Deal

20 May, Bldg. 302 • 1300-1630

An interactive training session designed to help individuals develop knowledge and skills necessary to achieve financial goals. Explore your legal rights as a consumer, analyze advertising techniques and sales practices, and discuss appropriate steps to protect yourself against SCAMS and FRAUD.

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html



2009 LIBERTY FUN RUN SERIES – Memorial Day 5K Run

21 May, 1130

Event is free. All events start at 1130, Corner of Ash St. and Holcomb Blvd.

Register and sign waiver on the day of the event.

POC: 910-451-0092 or 5430 or mccslejeune.com/libertyruns.html



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 23 May • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



BOOKAHOLICS

26 May • Onslow County Public Library • 1900

Enjoy an adult book discussion group that meets monthly. This month’s book is Wild Swan by Jung Chang. This book is available at the Harriotte B. Smith Library for check-out. Call 451-3026 for more information. Discussion group co-sponsored by Camp Lejeune Libraries.



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – ABCs OF HOME BUYING & SELLING

28 May• 1800-2100

MCCS Relocation Assistance Program Classroom (Bldg 40) • Russell Marine & Family Service Building

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055





JUNE 2009



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 1 Jun • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



Big Buck$ Bingo BLOWOUT

Sat, 6 Jun • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1100, games start at 1245. $15,500 in game payouts! (Minimum buy-in $50.) Bingo handsets available. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 8 Jun • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.





PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Car Buying – Getting a Fair Deal

10 Jun, Bldg. 302 • 1300-1630

An interactive training session designed to help individuals develop knowledge and skills necessary to achieve financial goals. Explore your legal rights as a consumer, analyze advertising techniques and sales practices, and discuss appropriate steps to protect yourself against SCAMS and FRAUD.

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html



Dietitian on Deck

10 Jun at Area 2 Fit. Ctr. • 1100-1300

Amber DeVore, R.D., L.D.N, will be on-deck answering questions about nutrition, providing written information, and giving suggestions on how to best fuel your body to achieve your desired fitness goals! Each month the Dietitian visits a different fitness centers around Camp Lejeune for an informal question and answer

Session. Open to all authorized patrons.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – CONUS PCS WORKSHOP

11 Jun • 0900-1200

MCCS Relocation Assistance Program Classroom (Bldg 40) • Russell Marine & Family Service Building

The PCS Move Workshop is free and is designed to assist military and family members when performing a PCS move within the United States. Topics covered include: pay and entitlements, TMO, travel tips, moving with pets, housing information, Military OneSource, SITES, loan locker and accessing services at the new duty station. Please call for registration.

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 15 Jun • Marston Pavilion • Look for Father’s Day Specials

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 22 Jun • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



BOOKAHOLICS

23 Jun • Onslow County Public Library • 1900

Enjoy an adult book discussion group that meets monthly. This month’s book is Eats, Shoots & Leaves by Lynne Truss. This book is available at the Harriotte B. Smith Library for check-out. Call 451-3026 for more information. Discussion group co-sponsored by Camp Lejeune Libraries.



Regular Big Buck$ Bingo Night

Mon, 29 Jun • Marston Pavilion

Doors open at 1600, games start at 1830. Play our Winfall for a $2,500 prize or our Big Buck$ Game for a $5,000 prize! (Minimum buy-in $15). Buy a game package that includes our Early Bird, Regular, and All Specials for $30. Open to authorized patrons: Active Duty and Retired Service members, their families, DoD Employees and their guests.

For more information, call: 451-2465 ext 0.



Nutrition Education

30 Jun at Bldg. 302, Holcomb Blvd. • 0830-1230

This course is designed for Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Retirees, or civilian employees, and all authorized patrons who would like to know more about nutrition for their own goals.



These 4-hour workshops include topics on carbohydrates, protein, fat, sports nutrition, body composition changes, healthy eating, healthy weight loss/gain/maintenance, hydration, the risks of being obese, and supplements.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



JULY 2009

Nutrition Education

7 Jul at Bldg. 302, Holcomb Blvd. • 0830-1230

This course is designed for Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Retirees, or civilian employees, and all authorized patrons who would like to know more about nutrition for their own goals.



These 4-hour workshops include topics on carbohydrates, protein, fat, sports nutrition, body composition changes, healthy eating, healthy weight loss/gain/maintenance, hydration, the risks of being obese, and supplements.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Car Buying – Getting a Fair Deal

8 Jul, Bldg. 302 • 1300-1630

An interactive training session designed to help individuals develop knowledge and skills necessary to achieve financial goals. Explore your legal rights as a consumer, analyze advertising techniques and sales practices, and discuss appropriate steps to protect yourself against SCAMS and FRAUD.

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html



Dietitian on Deck

15 Jul at Tarawa Terrace Fit. Ctr. • 1100-1300

Amber DeVore, R.D., L.D.N, will be on-deck answering questions about nutrition, providing written information, and giving suggestions on how to best fuel your body to achieve your desired fitness goals! Each month the Dietitian visits a different fitness centers around Camp Lejeune for an informal question and answer

session. Open to all authorized patrons.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



Dietitian on Deck

16 Jul at Midway Park Community Center • 1000-1200

Amber DeVore, R.D., L.D.N, will be on-deck answering questions about nutrition, providing written information, and giving suggestions on how to best fuel your body to achieve your desired fitness goals! Each month the Dietitian visits a different fitness centers around Camp Lejeune for an informal question and answer

session. Open to all authorized patrons.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – PCS OVERSEAS WORKSHOP

16 Jul • 0900-1200

Russell Marine & Family Services Bldg. 40

The PCS Move Workshop is free and is designed to assist military and family members when performing a PCS move within the United States. Topics covered include: pay and entitlements, TMO, travel tips, moving with pets, housing information, Military OneSource, SITES, loan locker and culture aspects.

Call for registration. FREE to all ID card holders.

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055



PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Command Financial Specialist

27 -31 Jul, Bldg. 302 • 0830-1630 (5 Days)

This course is designed to train SNCO’s and Company Grade Officers on how to develop a Personal Financial Management (PFM) training program at the unit level. Topics to be covered include budgeting, cash flow management, establishing/managing credit, debt reduction, consumer rights, risk management (insurance) and more. Participants will receive financial software designed to assist them in their unit training and counseling needs.

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html



AUGUST 2009

Nutrition Education

4 Aug at Bldg. 302, Holcomb Blvd. • 0830-1230

This course is designed for Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Retirees, or civilian employees, and all authorized patrons who would like to know more about nutrition for their own goals.



These 4-hour workshops include topics on carbohydrates, protein, fat, sports nutrition, body composition changes, healthy eating, healthy weight loss/gain/maintenance, hydration, the risks of being obese, and supplements.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – CONUS PCS WORKSHOP

6 Aug • 0900-1200

MCCS Relocation Assistance Program Classroom (Bldg 40) • Russell Marine & Family Service Building

The PCS Move Workshop is free and is designed to assist military and family members when performing a PCS move within the United States. Topics covered include: pay and entitlements, TMO, travel tips, moving with pets, housing information, Military OneSource, SITES, loan locker and accessing services at the new duty station. Please call for registration.

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055



Dietitian on Deck

12 Aug at Courthouse Bay Fit. Ctr. • 1100-1300

Amber DeVore, R.D., L.D.N, will be on-deck answering questions about nutrition, providing written information, and giving suggestions on how to best fuel your body to achieve your desired fitness goals! Each month the Dietitian visits a different fitness centers around Camp Lejeune for an informal question and answer

session. Open to all authorized patrons.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – ABCs OF HOME BUYING & SELLING

13 Aug • 1800-2100

MCCS Relocation Assistance Program Classroom (Bldg 40) • Russell Marine & Family Service Building

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055





SEPTEMBER 2009

Nutrition Education

1 Sep at Bldg. 302, Holcomb Blvd. • 0830-1230

This course is designed for Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Retirees, or civilian employees, and all authorized patrons who would like to know more about nutrition for their own goals.



These 4-hour workshops include topics on carbohydrates, protein, fat, sports nutrition, body composition changes, healthy eating, healthy weight loss/gain/maintenance, hydration, the risks of being obese, and supplements.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



20th Annual Gottschalk Marina Team Bass Tournament

Sep 5 September Starter

Nov 7 Fall Fun

Two-person teams fish for Largemouth Bass on the New River and its tributaries. The average prize amount is $2,500 based on 50 boats. Guaranteed $1,000 cash prize per tournament. Trophies and cash prizes are awarded for first three places. Sponsor giveaway by drawings, and food and soft drinks provided at weigh-in. ACTIVE DUTY TEAMS MAY PARTICIPATE THROUGH THE USAGE OF UNIT FUNDS WITH PERMISSION OF THE UNIT’S SPECIAL SERVICES OFFICER. This event is open to the public.

Tournaments begin at 0600 (or safe light) and end at 1600. $70 per team, $15 late fee (day of event.)

Sponsored by B&L One Stop Tackle, Sports Trophies Plus, Andy’s, and Subway. No federal or USMC endorsement implied.

POC: Cameron Brooks (910) 451-8307



PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Car Buying – Getting a Fair Deal 1300-1630

9 Sep, Bldg. 302 • 1100-1300

An interactive training session designed to help individuals develop knowledge and skills necessary to achieve financial goals. Explore your legal rights as a consumer, analyze advertising techniques and sales practices, and discuss appropriate steps to protect yourself against SCAMS and FRAUD.

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – PCS OVERSEAS WORKSHOP

10 Sep • 0900-1200

Russell Marine & Family Services Bldg. 40

The PCS Move Workshop is free and is designed to assist military and family members when performing a PCS move within the United States. Topics covered include: pay and entitlements, TMO, travel tips, moving with pets, housing information, Military OneSource, SITES, loan locker and culture aspects.

Call for registration. FREE to all ID card holders.

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055



Dietitian on Deck

16 Sep at Camp Johnson Fit. Ctr. • 1100-1300

Amber DeVore, R.D., L.D.N, will be on-deck answering questions about nutrition, providing written information, and giving suggestions on how to best fuel your body to achieve your desired fitness goals! Each month the Dietitian visits a different fitness centers around Camp Lejeune for an informal question and answer

session. Open to all authorized patrons.

POC: 910-451-0824 or mccslejeune.com/health



PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Car Buying – Getting a Fair Deal

9 Sep, Bldg. 302 • 1300-1630

An interactive training session designed to help individuals develop knowledge and skills necessary to achieve financial goals. Explore your legal rights as a consumer, analyze advertising techniques and sales practices, and discuss appropriate steps to protect yourself against SCAMS and FRAUD.

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html







OCTOBER 2009

Nutrition Education

6 Oct at Bldg. 302, Holcomb Blvd. • 0830-1230

This course is designed for Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Retirees, or civilian employees, and all authorized patrons who would like to know more about nutrition for their own goals.



These 4-hour workshops include topics on carbohydrates, protein, fat, sports nutrition, body composition changes, healthy eating, healthy weight loss/gain/maintenance, hydration, the risks of being obese, and supplements.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – CONUS PCS WORKSHOP

22 Oct • 0900-1200

MCCS Relocation Assistance Program Classroom (Bldg 40) • Russell Marine & Family Service Building

The PCS Move Workshop is free and is designed to assist military and family members when performing a PCS move within the United States. Topics covered include: pay and entitlements, TMO, travel tips, moving with pets, housing information, Military OneSource, SITES, loan locker and accessing services at the new duty station. Please call for registration.

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055



PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Command Financial Specialist

26-30 Oct, Bldg. 302 • 0830-1630 (5 Days)

This course is designed to train SNCO’s and Company Grade Officers on how to develop a Personal Financial Management (PFM) training program at the unit level. Topics to be covered include budgeting, cash flow management, establishing/managing credit, debt reduction, consumer rights, risk management (insurance) and more. Participants will receive financial software designed to assist them in their unit training and counseling needs.

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html







NOVEMBER 2009

Nutrition Education

3 Nov at Bldg. 302, Holcomb Blvd. • 0830-1230

This course is designed for Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Retirees, or civilian employees, and all authorized patrons who would like to know more about nutrition for their own goals.



These 4-hour workshops include topics on carbohydrates, protein, fat, sports nutrition, body composition changes, healthy eating, healthy weight loss/gain/maintenance, hydration, the risks of being obese, and supplements.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



Dietitian on Deck

4 Nov at French Creek Fit. Ctr. • 1100-1300

Amber DeVore, R.D., L.D.N, will be on-deck answering questions about nutrition, providing written information, and giving suggestions on how to best fuel your body to achieve your desired fitness goals! Each month the Dietitian visits a different fitness centers around Camp Lejeune for an informal question and answer

session. Open to all authorized patrons.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – ABCs OF HOME BUYING & SELLING

5 Nov • 1800-2100

MCCS Relocation Assistance Program Classroom (Bldg 40) • Russell Marine & Family Service Building

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055



20th Annual Gottschalk Marina Team Bass Tournament

Nov 7 Fall Fun

Two-person teams fish for Largemouth Bass on the New River and its tributaries. The average prize amount is $2,500 based on 50 boats. Guaranteed $1,000 cash prize per tournament. Trophies and cash prizes are awarded for first three places. Sponsor giveaway by drawings, and food and soft drinks provided at weigh-in. ACTIVE DUTY TEAMS MAY PARTICIPATE THROUGH THE USAGE OF UNIT FUNDS WITH PERMISSION OF THE UNIT’S SPECIAL SERVICES OFFICER. This event is open to the public.

Tournaments begin at 0600 (or safe light) and end at 1600. $70 per team, $15 late fee (day of event.)

Sponsored by B&L One Stop Tackle, Sports Trophies Plus, Andy’s, and Subway. No federal or USMC endorsement implied.

POC: Cameron Brooks (910) 451-8307



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – PCS OVERSEAS WORKSHOP

18 Nov • 0900-1200

Russell Marine & Family Services Bldg. 40

The PCS Move Workshop is free and is designed to assist military and family members when performing a PCS move within the United States. Topics covered include: pay and entitlements, TMO, travel tips, moving with pets, housing information, Military OneSource, SITES, loan locker and culture aspects.

Call for registration. FREE to all ID card holders.

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055



PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Car Buying – Getting a Fair Deal

18 Nov, Bldg. 302 • 1300-1630

An interactive training session designed to help individuals develop knowledge and skills necessary to achieve financial goals. Explore your legal rights as a consumer, analyze advertising techniques and sales practices, and discuss appropriate steps to protect yourself against SCAMS and FRAUD.

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html





DECEMBER 2009

Nutrition Education

1 Dec at Bldg. 302, Holcomb Blvd. • 0830-1230

This course is designed for Marines, Sailors, Coast Guardsmen, Retirees, or civilian employees, and all authorized patrons who would like to know more about nutrition for their own goals.



These 4-hour workshops include topics on carbohydrates, protein, fat, sports nutrition, body composition changes, healthy eating, healthy weight loss/gain/maintenance, hydration, the risks of being obese, and supplements.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROGRAM – CONUS PCS WORKSHOP

10 Dec • 0900-1200

MCCS Relocation Assistance Program Classroom (Bldg 40) • Russell Marine & Family Service Building

The PCS Move Workshop is free and is designed to assist military and family members when performing a PCS move within the United States. Topics covered include: pay and entitlements, TMO, travel tips, moving with pets, housing information, Military OneSource, SITES, loan locker and accessing services at the new duty station. Please call for registration.

POC Info: (910) 449-9704 or 910-451-1055



Dietitian on Deck

16 Dec at Area 2 Fit. Ctr. • 1100-1300

Amber DeVore, R.D., L.D.N, will be on-deck answering questions about nutrition, providing written information, and giving suggestions on how to best fuel your body to achieve your desired fitness goals! Each month the Dietitian visits a different fitness centers around Camp Lejeune for an informal question and answer

session. Open to all authorized patrons.

POC: 910-451-2865 or mccslejeune.com/health



PERSONAL FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Car Buying – Getting a Fair Deal

16 Dec, Bldg. 302 • 1300-1630

An interactive training session designed to help individuals develop knowledge and skills necessary to achieve financial goals. Explore your legal rights as a consumer, analyze advertising techniques and sales practices, and discuss appropriate steps to protect yourself against SCAMS and FRAUD.

POC: 910-451-2865 or www.mccslejeune.com/health/healthfinance.html

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Samantha - posted on 02/09/2009

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Thanks for the info. I didn't realize how much MCCS had going on.






No problem. I hate that there isn't a better way to give out information. Their web site, http://www.lejeune.usmc.mil/, doesn't seem to provide enough info for the spouses.

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