Information, Tickets and Travel is currently selling Powder Mountain Season passes for $375 for Hill Air Force Base I.D. card holders -- civilian and military. The passes normally run $995 at the slopes. To purchase, visit Information, Tickets and Tours in Building 805 with Outdoor Recreation.
The Airmen and Family Readiness Center is hosting its popular Heart Link event again on Dec. 13 from 5 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. All who are interested should RSVP by close of business by this Friday, Dec. 9. Dinner is provided and childcare vouchers are available free of charge. Call 801-777-4681 to register. Heart Link is a way to interactively learn more about military lifestyles, protocol and how to plug into base programs for military spouses.
Through the Defense Commissary Agency, commissaries at bases everywhere can provide at least one $1,500 scholarship to a qualified applicant at each commissary.
Applications have been available since Dec. 1 and the deadline is Feb. 24 for applications. For more information and to learn how to apply, visit commissaries.com or militaryscholar.org.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Salt Lake Chamber, Davis Chamber, and Ogden/Weber Chamber are partnering with the Utah Department of Workforce Services and the Utah Veterans and Military Employment Coalition to help veterans, guardsmen, reservists and their spouses find meaningful employment. Upcoming events include the following:
Phase 3 of the effort to repave the clinic parking lot is scheduled Oct. 20 through Nov. 5, weather permitting. On approximately Oct. 20, the parking area southeast of and far from Building 570 and the main driveway, will be closed for repaving. Traffic will be detoured to other parking areas. Accessibility and crosswalks will be maintained as deemed safe around construction equipment. Motorists will not be able to travel where posted or deemed unsafe due to construction. Phase 3 will not start until Phase 2 is complete.
Phase 2 of the effort to repave the clnic parking lot continues through Oct. 19, weather permitting. The clinic parking area southeast of and near Building 570 and horseshoe driveway, will be closed for repaving. Traffic will be detoured to other parking areas. Accessibility and crosswalks will be maintained as deemed safe around construction equipment. Motorists will not be able to travel where posted or deemed unsafe due to construction. Phase 2 will not start until the first phase is complete.
Come join the Protestant Women of the Chapel (PWOC) for their fall kick-off on Sept. 13, from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in the chapel annex. Their theme this year is "Your Kingdom Come" and the group will be offering two different Bible studies this fall.
Wee Joy is available for children ages 6 month to 5 years old and there is an unmonitored classroom for homeschoolers.
The parking lot and street will be closed near Buildings 441 (Base Theater) and 442 (Wells Fargo Bank) will close Sept. 6-16. The north parking lot including Community Lane between Loncki (7th Street) and 6th Street will be closed to replace the asphalt and to restripe the parking lot.
All theater and bank patrons are used to use adjacent parking lots in the immediate area. Wells Fargo customers will be able to access the facility on Loncki Street off of "E" Street or Community Lane from the south off of 8th Street.
There will be lane reductions: Southgate Drive, north- and southbound bound lanes from State Highway 193 intersection to 6th Street on Sept. 17, weather permitting. If there is a need to reschedule the alternate date proposed is Sept. 24.
Resurfacing and striping several sections of the roadway will be done on a Saturday to minimize interruptions to motorists entering the installation through the South Gate.
The 75th Civil Engineer Squadron has contracted a paving project to repave the Clinic Parking Lots in five phases (South of Balmer Street).
Phase 1 of this effort is scheduled Sept. 15-26, weather permitting. On approximately Sept. 15, the clinic parking area northeast of Building 570, will be closed for repaving. Traffic will be detoured to other parking areas. Accessibility and crosswalks will be maintained as deemed safe around construction equipment. Motorists will not be able to travel where posted or deemed unsafe due to construction.