The 75th Civil Engineer Squadron Natural Resources department is teaming up with the Ogden Air Logistics Center and 75th Air Base Wing Bird/Wildlife Avoidance Strike Hazard working group to provide a natural and low-cost method of removing birds from the airspace around Hill Air Force Base and the Utah Test and Training Range. The groups have been extinguishing weeds from land surrounding both air fields, as the weeds produce seeds and attract insects that ultimately provide an attractive feast for birds, and planting rhizomatous grasses in its place.
Trick or treat hours, Pumpkin Patrol
Trick or treat hours on base Oct. 31 are 6 p.m.- 8 p.m. The 75th Security Forces Squadron members will X-ray and examine candy for all Hill trick-or-treaters as part of the annual Pumpkin Patrol on Halloween night. Parents or guardians can bring their child's candy to the Youth Center, Building 883 from 6 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Haunted Hangar, painted pumpkins
From 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 23, and Saturday, Oct.
Many of us dream of having a perfectly manicured lawn, one that rivals even the most famous of golf courses, but in reality it comes down to the reality that we don't have the time to create such a wonderfully green masterpiece.
Still, there are plenty of beautiful lawns to behold right here on base, and to reward the time and effort spent creating such gorgeous greens, Boyer Hill Military Housing holds a Yard of the Month as well as a Yard of the Year contest.
This year's Yard of the Year contest was held on Oct.
As a youth, many dream of landing a glamorous career, such as cruising the highrises of New York as a business executive or serving as a volunteer providing much-needed aid in Africa. Our dream careers always provide us with motivation, inspiration and the chance to do what we love.
Selena Campbell finds herself well on her way to a job that will do just that, though she didn't find her opportunity all by herself.
For Campbell, her chance to achieve her career goals was discovered by her husband, Maj. Ammon Campbell, in the National Guard 19th Special Forces Unit.
The 75th Civil Engineer Squadron self help center is available to assist everyone here with their repairs and redesigns of office space. They offer a wide variety of tools and supplies to help accomplish all office projects.
"The self help center cuts out the middle man of having to put in the request to the facility manager, then hiring the contractors to come out and do the project," said Jeff Zitzelberger, 75th CES self help center manager.
The Community College of the Air Force announces the following graduates at a ceremony to be held Wednesday, Oct. 28:
Air Combat Command
Master Sgt. Clark Ritter
8th Maintenance Group
Senior Airman Erik Powell
151st Maintenance Operations Squadron
Senior Airman Joel Nelson
169th Intelligence Squadron
Chief Master Sgt. Denise Rager
309th Maintenance Wing
Home-based business open house at Hill
Local Hill Air Force Base spouses will host a home-based business open house for many different programs Nov. 4 from 4 p.m.-9 p.m. at the Log Cabin. Products will be available from Scentsy, Mary Kay, Park Lane Jewelry, Tupperware, Beauty Control, Pampered Chef, Watkins Spices, Celebrating Home, Miche Bags, PartyLite and Tastefully Simple.
A nationally recognized training workshop will be offered free of charge to parents and professionals from Hill Air Force Base who work with or are parents of children with special needs. The Specialized Training of Military Parents workshop will be held Oct. 26-28 in the Education Building 385, Room 208. The workshop offered Oct. 26 will be open to educators and other professionals working with special needs children and will be held from 8:30 a.m. until noon. The next two days offer full-day workshops for parents as well as educators and professionals, and is offered from 8:30 a.m.