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MARINE CORPS COMMUNITY SERVICES, CAMP LEJEUNE UPCOMING EVENTS Hadnot Point Marine Mart Customer Appreciation Day

– TODAY!!! Hadnot Point Marine Mart • Fri, 14 Oct • 1100-1300 Join us in celebrating our Customer Appreciation Day at the Hadnot Point Marine Mart! Stop by for your chance to win one of 1,000 gifts and prizes! Enjoy vendor giveaways, guest appearances, and sample some of our most popular products! Hang out with the Lick Krew & Get a Taste of Lick Life! The stars of truTV's Lizard Lick Towing Crew will be on hand for photos and autographs. TERROR TOWN (formerly Haunted Forest) Located in Bldg. 88 (behind the Hadnot Point 7 Day Store) 21 & 22 Oct, 1900-2130 23 Oct, 1700-1930 28 & 29 Oct, 1900-2130 30 Oct, 1700-1930 31 Oct, 1900-2130 Admission $5 per person. Want the YELL scared out of you? Be forewarned! Terror Town is not recommended for children; children ages 12 years and under must be accompanied by an adult. Due to a potential safety hazard, strollers, cameras, lights of any kind (including flashlights), food, drink, lighters, masks, and umbrellas are not permitted. If you suffer from asthma, the fog may trigger an attack. Those susceptible to seizures are advised not to attend due to the use of strobe lights. For more information, please call 910-4512785 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/terrortown/. Youth Sports Basketball and Cheerleading Registration Register now for Winter Youth Sports! Early Bird Registration 25 Sep-7 Oct; Regular Registration 10-21 Oct. Sign up for either Cheerleading (ages 6-15) or Basketball (ages 6-15). Basketball player height must be measured at program registration or no later than 21 Oct at 1630 at the Youth Sports Office. Open to families of all authorized patrons. All participants must be age 6 before 1 Jan 2012 and cannot be age 16 before 1 Jan 2012. Early Bird Registration: 26 Sep-7 Oct, $25 Regular Registration: 10-21 Oct, $30 Updated: October 14, 2011 1

Registrations accepted Mon-Fri between the hours of 0900-1630 at the Camp Lejeune Youth Sports Office (Bldg 1985 Stone St). For more information, please call MCCS Camp Lejeune Youth Sports at 910-4512177/2159 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/youthsports/Youth%20Sports_Winter%20Programs_8.5x1 1.pdf. Register NOW for Intramural Bowling League USBC Sanction Bowling League – 3 games per week for 12 weeks with a Champion Team being crowned for the 2011-2012 season. This league is only open to active duty Marines and Sailors. Sign up your Unit Team of 5 Bowlers by calling the Bonnyman Bowling Center at 4515121 or register in person at the Bonnyman Bowling Center. League fees are paid by your MCCS athletics fund (except for the $19 USBC sanction cards). Registration Deadline: Tue, 1 Nov. League Meeting: Tue, 1 Nov at 1830 at the Bonnyman Bowling Center. For more information, call 451-5121. SMP Trips The Single Marine Program (SMP) plans lots of fun trips each month! From amusements parks to concerts to weekends in Washing, D.C. or New York City, there’s something for everyone! Trips are open to single and unaccompanied military. For more information, please click on the Trips tab on mccslejeune.com/smp/index.html or call 910-451-0084/4642. OCT October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month! 2011 Semper Fit Grand Prix Series Prove yourself with the Ultimate Fitness Challenge! The Semper Fit Grand Prix Series offers a variety of events and a unique opportunity for individuals of all backgrounds and abilities to test their physical fitness, mental preparedness, and athletic skills. The series for 2011 will include events at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, and several local events where participants can earn Grand Prix points. Points earned at those races will count toward total Grand Prix points. Events are open to the public. Upcoming Runs: 15 Oct Neuse River Bridge Run 5K/10K/Half Marathon, New Bern 30 Oct Marine Corps Marathon, Arlington (15 extra points) 19 Nov Hampstead Turkey Trot, Hampstead 10 Dec Awards Ceremony

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For more info, call 910-451-0092/5430. Relax Fri, 14 Oct • 0830-1130 Health Promotion Bldg 302 (Holcomb Blvd) Slow down. Take a rest. Breathe. Relax. Discover new ways to let go. Find ways to enter into deep, peaceful, mindful relaxation. Learn new techniques that will help you give your stress wings and let it all fly away. This free workshop is open all ID cardholders. Please call Health Promotion, 451-2865 to register.
MUMMY, DADCULA & TOT COSTUME PARTY & LUNCH Fri, 14 Oct • 1100-1300 • MCCS Tarawa Terrace Community Center

FREE! Open to authorized patrons ages 0-5 and their mummies and/or dadculas. Enjoy games & prizes, crafts, and a costume contest (costumes encouraged, but NOT required). Prize categories for the costume contest include: funniest, most creative, spookiest, most original, and best family theme. Register at Tarawa Terrace Community Center by Wed, 12 Oct. For more information, please call 910-450-1687 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/community/TTCC_tot%20costume%20party_8.5x11.pdf. PIRATE FEST! 15 Oct • 1200-1500 • MCCS Midway Park Community Center FREE! Fun & games for the whole family! Meet real pirates! Argh! Kids – come dressed in your pirate-themed costumes to participate in the costume contest! Food concessions available for purchase. Open to authorized patrons of all ages. For more information, please visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/community/MWPCC_Pirate%20Fest_8.5x11.pdf or call 910-451-1807. Emergency Preparedness Workshop Mon, 17 Oct • 1300-1500 MCFTB office, Bldg LC 4102A, Midway Park Are you new to the Camp Lejeune area and North Carolina’s climate? Or are you in need of a refresher course on emergency preparedness? Do you need help with your emergency plan in case of an area disaster? Are you ready for the Hurricane season? Marine Corps Family Team Building (MCFTB) has a new interactive workshop ―Emergency Preparedness‖ that will help you prepare, and/or your family, for any worst case scenario. The workshop will enable you to be better prepared for potential natural and manmade hazards that can threaten your life. Safety begins with awareness so mark your calendar for this informative workshop. If you can’t make it to this scheduled workshop, call 451-0176 for the next workshop date. Topics to be covered: Updated: October 14, 2011 3

• Emergency Preparedness against hazards that threaten military families • Creating an Emergency Plan • Creating an Emergency Supply Kit • Knowing where and when to evacuate • Actions to take after a disaster • Helping children cope with disasters • Planning for your pet Please register in advance for this free class by calling 451-0176 by 1630 on 15 Oct.. FALL KAYAKING TOURS 18 Oct • 1730 • Scales Creek, Camp Johnson (behind M-104) Enjoy a FREE scenic one-hour guided tour through beautiful waterways! Reserve your spot at the Outdoor Adventures Office in Goettge Memorial Field House. First come, first served. Space is limited. Kayaking is open to all authorized patrons ages 12 and up. Upcoming Fall Kayaking Tour Dates: Oct: 25 For more info, please call 910-451-1440 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/Outdoor/Fall%20Kayaking%20Tours_8.5x11.pdf. Anger Management Wed, 19 Oct • 0830-1600 Health Promotion Bldg 302 (Holcomb Blvd) Got Anger? Out of control rage and angry actions cause hurt, pain, and distress. Understanding the root cause of anger can help you transform your life. Learn how to discharge and express anger in appropriate ways. Move towards managing your anger instead of letting your anger control you. This free workshop is open all ID cardholders. Please call Health Promotion, 451-2865 to register. Making the Right Move – PCS Workshop Thu, 20 Oct • 0900-1200 Bldg. 40 • Russell Marine & Family Services Center This free workshop provides information for personnel making a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) within the United States (CONUS). Information is provided on travel and pay entitlements, shipping personal property, finding appropriate housing, and instructions on the proper processes and procedures for a military member to follow in order to receive their full benefits. Please call 910-449-9704 or 910-451-1055 for registration. Investment Basics Thu, 20 Oct • 1300-1630 Bldg 302 • Holcomb Blvd This interactive workshop is 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

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benefits will also be covered. All ID cardholders can register for this free workshop, please call 910-451-2865. How to Avoid Falling for a Jerk or Jerkette Fri, 21 Oct • 0830-1600 Health Promotion Bldg 302 (Holcomb Blvd) Think you have what it takes to select the right partner for a great life-long relationship? ―How to Avoid Falling for a Jerk or Jerkette‖ is designed to help singles and singlesagain of all ages with partner selection. Please join us as we empower you to build healthier relationships through the journey of picking a lifetime partner! This free workshop is open all ID cardholders. Please call Health Promotion, 451-2865 to register. “Survivor” In the Midst – Military Life Survivor Skills Fri, 21 Oct • 1830-2130 Russell Marine & Family Center, Bldg 40, Brewster Blvd Have fun discovering the tools to ―Survive‖ and ―Thrive‖ the challenges of military life. You will learn how to; make small fixes around the home, prepare for emergencies, and overcome challenging communication situations. Experience what ―River City‖ really means. You’ll even learn how to take the stress out of mealtimes and make them fun. You will also get a hands on self-defense demonstration. Free childcare provided at Brewster CDC, call 450-8467 to register in advance to secure your spot. Please call MCFTB at 451-0176 to register for the workshop. Open to all ID cardholders. Mongolian BBQ Night Fri, 21 Oct • 1700-2100 • Lejeune Room, O’Club (mong-goh-lee-uh n, bbq) 1. a variety of fresh cut vegetables and meats, with sauces that you pick, sautéed to perfection in Smedley's Café 2. a dish traditionally accompanied by white or fried rice, soup, eggrolls, and garden salad 3. a popular event for the whole family! $.95 per ounce, price includes drink (non alcoholic) and dessert. Reservations required by Wed, 19 Oct at 1630. Call 451-2465 opt 2. Open to authorized O’Club patrons. TERROR TOWN (formerly Haunted Forest) Located in Bldg. 88 (behind the Hadnot Point 7 Day Store) 21 & 22 Oct, 1900-2130 23 Oct, 1700-1930 28 & 29 Oct, 1900-2130 30 Oct, 1700-1930 31 Oct, 1900-2130 Admission $5 per person.

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Want the YELL scared out of you? Be forewarned! Terror Town is not recommended for children; children ages 12 years and under must be accompanied by an adult. Due to a potential safety hazard, strollers, cameras, lights of any kind (including flashlights), food, drink, lighters, masks, and umbrellas are not permitted. If you suffer from asthma, the fog may trigger an attack. Those susceptible to seizures are advised not to attend due to the use of strobe lights. For more information, please call 910-451-2785 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/terrortown/. Family Fun Run 22 Oct • 0900 • MCCS Tarawa Terrace Community Center Join us once a month for a FREE Family Run/Walk. Every run includes a 5K option in addition to the scheduled run/walk distance. Open to all authorized patrons. For more information, please call 910-450-1687 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/community/Fun%20Run%202011.pdf Remaining Schedule: 19 Nov Gobble Run 10 Dec Reindeer Trot

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TERROR TOWN (formerly Haunted Forest) Located in Bldg. 88 (behind the Hadnot Point 7 Day Store) 22 Oct, 1900-2130 23 Oct, 1700-1930 28 & 29 Oct, 1900-2130 30 Oct, 1700-1930 31 Oct, 1900-2130 Admission $5 per person. Want the YELL scared out of you? Be forewarned! Terror Town is not recommended for children; children ages 12 years and under must be accompanied by an adult. Due to a potential safety hazard, strollers, cameras, lights of any kind (including flashlights), food, drink, lighters, masks, and umbrellas are not permitted. If you suffer from asthma, the fog may trigger an attack. Those susceptible to seizures are advised not to attend due to the use of strobe lights. For more information, please call 910-451-2785 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/terrortown/.
MYSTERY THEATRE DINNER Sat, 22 Oct • 1900-2200 • MCCS Tarawa Terrace Community Center

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Whodunnit? Help us solve the crime! Only $5 per person (includes buffet dinner). Event is open to authorized patrons ages 18 and up. Register and pay at the community center by 15 Oct. Space is limited; first come, first served. For more information, please call 910-450-1687 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/community/TTCC_Mystery%20Theatre%20Dinner_8.5x11 .pdf. KAYAK FISHING ON COURTHOUSE BAY 23 Oct • 1700 • Courthouse Bay Cost is $5.00 and includes a kayak and guide. Bring your fishing gear! Meet at the Marina. Register and pay at the Outdoor Adventures Office in Goettge Memorial Field House. First come; first served; space limited. Open to all authorized patrons ages 12 and up. Patrons under 18 must be accompanied by parent/guardian. Info: call 910-4511440 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/beach/Kayak%20Fishing_8.5x11.pdf TERROR TOWN (formerly Haunted Forest) Located in Bldg. 88 (behind the Hadnot Point 7 Day Store) 23 Oct, 1700-1930 28 & 29 Oct, 1900-2130 30 Oct, 1700-1930 31 Oct, 1900-2130 Admission $5 per person. Want the YELL scared out of you? Be forewarned! Terror Town is not recommended for children; children ages 12 years and under must be accompanied by an adult. Due to a potential safety hazard, strollers, cameras, lights of any kind (including flashlights), food, drink, lighters, masks, and umbrellas are not permitted. If you suffer from asthma, the fog may trigger an attack. Those susceptible to seizures are advised not to attend due to the use of strobe lights. For more information, please call 910-451-2785 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/terrortown/. FALL KAYAKING TOURS 25 Oct • 1730 • Scales Creek, Camp Johnson (behind M-104) Enjoy a FREE scenic one-hour guided tour through beautiful waterways! Reserve your spot at the Outdoor Adventures Office in Goettge Memorial Field House. First come, first served. Space is limited. Kayaking is open to all authorized patrons ages 12 and up. For more info, please call 910-451-1440 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/Outdoor/Fall%20Kayaking%20Tours_8.5x11.pdf.

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Challenging Children - Practical Applications for Everyday Behaviors Wed, 26 Oct ♦ 1100-1300 Russell Marine & Family Services Center ♦ Bldg 40 ♦ Rm 139 What can you do when your child starts screaming in a crowded area for no reason? How should you react? How can we help our children have better behavior in any situation? This daytime workshop presented by Butterfly Effects for parents, educators and childcare providers will provide insight into the actions of those more challenging children and what they can do to alleviate some of the problems. Free childcare is provided with advance registration. For more information please call 910-451-4103. (If you can’t make the daytime workshops, we’ll be offering an evening series as well. Please call 451-4103 for more information.) Upcoming Topics: 14 Dec - Helping Children Identify and Cope with their Behaviors HAUNTED KAYAKING TOUR ON SCALES CREEK Wed, 26 Oct and Fri, 28 Oct  1730-1830  Camp Johnson (Behind M-104) 2 chances to get scared! Join us for haunted kayaking … if you dare! Cost $10 per person. Open to all authorized patrons ages 18 and up. Register at the Outdoor Adventures Office in Goettge Memorial Field House (Bldg. 751) Mon-Fri, 1000-1800. Space is limited; first come, first served. For more information, call 910-451-1440 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/Outdoor/OA_Haunted%20Kayaking%20Tour_8.5x11.pdf. Pizza & Pasta Night at Smedley's Café Thu, 27 Oct • 1700-2100 Smedley’s Café • Paradise Point Officers’ Club Are you ready for some Italian Indulgence? Our buffet will include a variety of pizzas and pastas to please your palate. Price includes garlic breadsticks, garden salad, and a non-alcoholic beverage. Open to all authorized O'Club patrons. Reservations recommended. $9.95 Adults, Children 4-10, $5.95, Children 3 and under eat free! TERROR TOWN (formerly Haunted Forest) Located in Bldg. 88 (behind the Hadnot Point 7 Day Store) 28 & 29 Oct, 1900-2130 30 Oct, 1700-1930 31 Oct, 1900-2130 Admission $5 per person. Want the YELL scared out of you? Be forewarned! Terror Town is not recommended for children; children ages 12 years and under must be accompanied by an adult. Due to a potential safety hazard, strollers, cameras, lights of any kind (including flashlights), food, drink, lighters, masks, and umbrellas are not permitted. If you suffer from asthma, the fog may trigger an attack. Those susceptible to seizures are advised not to attend due to the use of strobe lights.

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For more information, please call 910-451-2785 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/terrortown/.
FAMILY PUMPKIN BASH Sat, 29 Oct • 1500-1800 • MCCS Tarawa Terrace Community Center

Join us for some FREE Halloween family fun! Costumes are encouraged, but NOT required. Enter the Pumpkin Decorating Contest by bringing in a carved/decorated pumpkin for one of the following categories: Funniest Pumpkin, Scariest Pumpkin, Best Use of recycled materials, and Best Overall Pumpkin. We'll also have crafts, games & prizes, pony rides, inflatables, face painting, colorful hairspray, scary ghost stories, and a mummy wrapping competition. No registration necessary. Event is open to authorized patrons of all ages. For more information, please call 910-450-1687 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/community/TTCC_Family%20Pumpkin%20Bash_8.5x11.p df. TERROR TOWN (formerly Haunted Forest) Located in Bldg. 88 (behind the Hadnot Point 7 Day Store) 21 & 22 Oct, 1900-2130 23 Oct, 1700-1930 28 & 29 Oct, 1900-2130 30 Oct, 1700-1930 31 Oct, 1900-2130 Admission $5 per person. Want the YELL scared out of you? Be forewarned! Terror Town is not recommended for children; children ages 12 years and under must be accompanied by an adult. Due to a potential safety hazard, strollers, cameras, lights of any kind (including flashlights), food, drink, lighters, masks, and umbrellas are not permitted. If you suffer from asthma, the fog may trigger an attack. Those susceptible to seizures are advised not to attend due to the use of strobe lights. For more information, please call 910-451-2785 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/terrortown/.

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NUTRITION WORKSHOPS 1st Tuesday of each month • 0930-1100 • Bldg 510 (Marine Division Training Center, located on N Street) FREE workshop covers healthy food choices; lifestyle and behavioral modifications; macronutrients; nutrition traps, trends & fast food; nutrition for exercise & health; and supplement use & abuse. Open to authorized patrons ages 12 and up. No preregistration required. Space is limited; first come, first served. For more information, call 910-451-0471 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/fitness/Nutrition%20Workshops_8.5x11.pdf. Anger Management Wed, 2 Nov • 0830-1600 Health Promotion Bldg 302 (Holcomb Blvd) Got Anger? Out of control rage and angry actions cause hurt, pain, and distress. Understanding the root cause of anger can help you transform your life. Learn how to discharge and express anger in appropriate ways. Move towards managing your anger instead of letting your anger control you. This free workshop is open all ID cardholders. Please call Health Promotion, 451-2865 to register. Taking Control of Your Finances Thu, 3 Nov • 1300-1630 Bldg 302 • Holcomb Blvd This interactive training session covers the basics of starting a personal financial plan. Participants focus on developing realistic and measurable personal financial goals. Maintaining a workable budget to include savings, understanding military pay, and managing your credit/checkbook are further explored. All ID cardholders can register for this free workshop, please call 910-451-2865. ABC’s of Home Buying & Selling Workshop Fri, 4 Nov • 0900-1200 Bldg. 40 • Russell Marine & Family Services Center Come and learn the basics of Home Buying and Selling. This popular workshop provides consumer information about what to look for when purchasing a home. A financial advisor is also on hand to provide information about mortgages, interest rates, VA loans and more! A reference library is also available. Our workshops are free for all ID cardholders. Please call 910-449-9704 or 910-451-1055 for registration. TEAM BASS TOURNAMENT – FALL FUN 5 Nov • 0600-1600 • Gottschalk Marina $1,000 Cash Payout Two-person teams fish for Largemouth Bass on the New River and its tributaries. The average prize is $2,500 based on 50 boats. Guarantee $1,000 cash prize per tournament. Trophies and cash prizes are awarded for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place. Preregister for $70 or $85 on the day of the event. Sponsor giveaways by drawings, and food and soft drinks are provided at weigh-in. Event open to the public. Active duty

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teams may participate through the usage of unit funds with permission from the unit’s Special Services Officer. Tournament starts at 0600 or safe light. To register, visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/marinas/Team%20Bass%20Tournament%20Form%208.5 x11.pdf or stop by the Gottschalk Marina. Info: 910.451.8307/8345
MCCS FAMILY BALL Sun, 6 Nov • 1400-1600 • MCCS Midway Park Community Center and MCCS Tarawa Terrace Community Center

Join us for a military birthday ball celebration for the whole family! Join us at either MCCS Midway Park Community Center or MCCS Tarawa Terrace Community Center (you choose where you’d like to attend). The Family Ball features: • Buffet Dinner • Music & Dancing • Color Guard Performance • Traditional Birthday Cake Ceremony Guests will also have the opportunity to have family portraits taken and photo packages will be available for purchase (cash or check only). Open to all authorized patrons. Cost: $7 per person ages 11 and up; $5 per person ages 3-10; Free ages 2 and under. Must register and pay by 2000 on Tue, 1 Nov at the location of the Ball the patron plans to attend. For more info, please visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/community/MCCS%20Family%20Ball_8.5x11.pdf. Cooperative Parenting & Divorce Workshop Mon, 7 Nov • 0800-1500 MCFTB Training Rm – LC 4012A Butler Dr., Midway Park, Marine & Family Programs Annex This workshop offers valuable insights to couples going through a divorce. There’s probably not a more stressful time for both parents and children. This free workshop gives separated and divorcing parents the power to make positive changes to shield children from conflict and help establish a positive, long term relationship with the child’s other parent. Please call Marine Corps Family Team Building to register 451-0176. Suicide Awareness for Families Wed, 9 Nov • 1830-2030 Russell Marine & Family Services Center • Rm 139 • Bldg 40 Never leaving a Marine behind extends beyond the battlefield and beyond the base. Strong, knowledgeable, and aware families can identify when someone is in need, and step in to help before it’s too late. It is often difficult to recognize the signs of severe depression among adults and adolescents. Gaining a better understanding of the problem, and learning what tools and resources are available can help save lives. This Updated: October 14, 2011 11

free workshop is open all ID cardholders. Please call Health Promotion, 451-2865 to register. SEASIDE CINEMA 12 Nov • Sunset • Onslow Beach Enlisted Pavilion FREE family-friendly movies at the beach! Bring a lawn chair or blanket to sit on. Open to all authorized patrons. Meet at the Enlisted Pavilion. For more info, call 910-440-6546 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/beach/OB%20seaside%20cinema%2011x17.pdf Anger Management Wed, 16 Nov • 0830-1600 Health Promotion Bldg 302 (Holcomb Blvd) Got Anger? Out of control rage and angry actions cause hurt, pain, and distress. Understanding the root cause of anger can help you transform your life. Learn how to discharge and express anger in appropriate ways. Move towards managing your anger instead of letting your anger control you. This free workshop is open all ID cardholders. Please call Health Promotion, 451-2865 to register. Alcohol 101 Workshop Tue, 17 Nov • 0830-1130 Health Promotion Bldg 302 (Holcomb Blvd) When is the next drink ―too much?‖ What is binge drinking? What’s the big deal? Arming yourself with knowledge is the key to preventing alcohol related tragedies and letting alcohol negatively impact your life. This free workshop is open all ID cardholders. Please call Health Promotion, 451-2865 to register. Moving Overseas Workshop Thu, 17 Nov • 0900-1200 Bldg. 40 • Russell Marine & Family Services Center This free workshop provides an informative overview of the process and procedures involved in making a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) transfer to an overseas location such as Okinawa, Hawaii, Japan or Europe. Information is provided on cultural aspects, shipment/storage of personal property and POV, passport requirements, travel and pay entitlements, COLA, overseas screening and housing. Please call 910-4499704 or 910-451-1055 for registration. Family Fun Run 19 Nov • 0900 • MCCS Tarawa Terrace Community Center Join us once a month for a FREE Family Run/Walk. Every run includes a 5K option in addition to the scheduled run/walk distance. Open to all authorized patrons. For more information, please call 910-450-1687 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/community/Fun%20Run%202011.pdf

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Remaining Schedule: 10 Dec Reindeer Trot

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2011 Semper Fit Grand Prix Series Prove yourself with the Ultimate Fitness Challenge! The Semper Fit Grand Prix Series offers a variety of events and a unique opportunity for individuals of all backgrounds and abilities to test their physical fitness, mental preparedness, and athletic skills. The series for 2011 will include events at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, and several local events where participants can earn Grand Prix points. Points earned at those races will count toward total Grand Prix points. Events are open to the public. Upcoming Runs: 19 Nov Hampstead Turkey Trot, Hampstead 10 Dec Awards Ceremony

DEC NUTRITION WORKSHOPS 1st Tuesday of each month • 0930-1100 • Bldg 510 (Marine Division Training Center, located on N Street) FREE workshop covers healthy food choices; lifestyle and behavioral modifications; macronutrients; nutrition traps, trends & fast food; nutrition for exercise & health; and supplement use & abuse. Open to authorized patrons ages 12 and up. No preregistration required. Space is limited; first come, first served. For more information, call 910-451-0471 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/fitness/Nutrition%20Workshops_8.5x11.pdf. Healthy Communication in Relationships Wed, 1 Dec • 0830-1130 Health Promotion Bldg 302 (Holcomb Blvd) Communication is the key to unlocking the door to a healthy relationship. So why have so many people lost the key? What prevents you from communicating effectively? Whether it’s baggage from the past, or good old fashioned differences between male and female communication styles—there can be lots of barriers that get in the way of positive, healthy interaction. Learn about the critical differences in how males and females think and react to circumstances, and gain a better understanding of in-depth programs available on base that are designed to promote healthier interaction among couples. This free workshop is open all ID cardholders. Please call Health Promotion, 451-2865 to register. Relax Fri, 2 Dec • 0830-1130 Health Promotion Bldg 302 (Holcomb Blvd)

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Slow down. Take a rest. Breathe. Relax. Discover new ways to let go. Find ways to enter into deep, peaceful, mindful relaxation. Learn new techniques that will help you give your stress wings and let it all fly away. This free workshop is open all ID cardholders. Please call Health Promotion, 451-2865 to register. Navy L.I.N.K.S. for Spouses Tue, 6 Dec • 0900-1530 L.I.N.K.S. Office – Midway Park Marine Corps Family Team Building presents a L.I.N.K.S. workshop just for Navy spouses. The goal of this workshop is to provide information about the unique lifestyle that Navy spouses are part of while their spouses are attached to a Marine Corps installation. This interactive workshop presents specific, local information related to Camp Lejeune, as well as globally-based information about the military environment. Free childcare provided on-site. Please call 451-1299 to register. Open to all NAVY spouses. Family Fun Run 10 Dec • 0900 • MCCS Tarawa Terrace Community Center Join us once a month for a FREE Family Run/Walk. Every run includes a 5K option in addition to the scheduled run/walk distance. Open to all authorized patrons. For more information, please call 910-450-1687 or visit http://www.mccslejeune.com/community/Fun%20Run%202011.pdf Alcohol 101 Workshop Tue, 15 Dec • 0830-1130 Health Promotion Bldg 302 (Holcomb Blvd) When is the next drink ―too much?‖ What is binge drinking? What’s the big deal? Arming yourself with knowledge is the key to preventing alcohol related tragedies and letting alcohol negatively impact your life. This free workshop is open all ID cardholders. Please call Health Promotion, 451-2865 to register. Anger Management Wed, 14 Dec • 0830-1600 Health Promotion Bldg 302 (Holcomb Blvd) Got Anger? Out of control rage and angry actions cause hurt, pain, and distress. Understanding the root cause of anger can help you transform your life. Learn how to discharge and express anger in appropriate ways. Move towards managing your anger instead of letting your anger control you. This free workshop is open all ID cardholders. Please call Health Promotion, 451-2865 to register. Challenging Children – Helping Children Identify and Cope with their Behaviors Wed, 26 Oct ♦ 1100-1300

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Russell Marine & Family Services Center ♦ Bldg 40 ♦ Rm 139 What can you do when your child starts screaming in a crowded area for no reason? How should you react? How can we help our children have better behavior in any situation? This daytime workshop presented by Butterfly Effects for parents, educators and childcare providers will provide insight into the actions of those more challenging children and what they can do to alleviate some of the problems. Free childcare is provided with advance registration. For more information please call 910-451-4103.

Taking Control of Your Finances Thu, 15 Dec • 1300-1630 Bldg 302 • Holcomb Blvd This interactive training session covers the basics of starting a personal financial plan. Participants focus on developing realistic and measurable personal financial goals. Maintaining a workable budget to include savings, understanding military pay, and managing your credit/checkbook are further explored. All ID cardholders can register for this free workshop, please call 910-451-2865. Making the Right Move – PCS Workshop Thu, 8 Dec • 0900-1200 Bldg. 40 • Russell Marine & Family Services Center This free workshop provides information for personnel making a Permanent Change of Station (PCS) within the United States (CONUS). Information is provided on travel and pay entitlements, shipping personal property, finding appropriate housing, and instructions on the proper processes and procedures for a military member to follow in order to receive their full benefits. Please call 910-449-9704 or 910-451-1055 for registration. How to Avoid Falling for a Jerk or Jerkette Wed, 21 Dec • 0830-1600 Health Promotion Bldg 302 (Holcomb Blvd) Think you have what it takes to select the right partner for a great life-long relationship? ―How to Avoid Falling for a Jerk or Jerkette‖ is designed to help singles and singlesagain of all ages with partner selection. Please join us as we empower you to build healthier relationships through the journey of picking a lifetime partner! This free workshop is open all ID cardholders. Please call Health Promotion, 451-2865 to register. Investment Basics Thu, 22 Dec • 1300-1630 Bldg 302 • Holcomb Blvd This interactive workshop is 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. All ID cardholders can register for this free workshop, please call 910-451-2865.

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Updated: October 14, 2011

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