Hispanics' past efforts in militaryA Lunch and Learn presentation will be hosted by Dan Gomez, Hispanic Heritage Month Committee chairman, Oct. 8, 11:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m. at the Base Theater.The presentation will explore the topic "Hispanic Contributions in the U.S. Military: A Patriotic Journey" in keeping with the observation of Hispanic Heritage Month.U.S. 89 repaving to cause major delaysCrews working on U.S. 89 spanning from 200 North in Kaysville to South Weber Drive are unable to complete paving activities when the temperature drops below 55 degrees. New low nighttime and early morning temperatures work has sped up the work schedule.Motorists should expect ma- jor delays and congestion. Alternate routes are advised.Power outage set for Oct. 16Area lighting and security cameras will be affected as one of two feeds will be disconnected from a transformer Oct. 16, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.This will affect the following:Buildings 777 and 778, area lighting and security cameras.If there is a reason this outage should not take place on the date and time indicated, contact Richard Stevens or Helen Price at 75th Civil Engineering Squadron Customer Service no later than Tuesday, Oct. 6, by e-mail with reason why it cannot take place.Financial Services has new hours Effective today, Financial Management Customer Service instituted new walk-in hours as 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Monday through Friday. The reduced hours will allow the facility to incorporate an appointment-based system. This will allow customers to set a time to see a technician without waiting in line.Anyone wishing to make an appointment instead of waiting in line may do so. The appointment system will help alleviate the longer lobby wait times that have occurred since the cutover to the Financial Service Center.Members are now able to call and schedule an appointment for the next day.For more information, call (801) 777-1851. Costume your pet for Halloween vaccinesA Halloween Vaccine Clinic will be held Oct. 31, 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Veterinary Treatment Facility.Prizes will be awarded for pet and owner costumes.October is a good time for owners to start getting their pets ready for the holidays -- especially if you plan to have them groomed or boarded. Protect your pets. Make sure their vaccines are current.For information or an appointment, call (801) 777-2611.Covet Salon holds cancer benefitCovet Salon and Boutique will hold a charity benefit and one year anniversary celebration benefitting the Huntsan Research Institute on Friday, Oct. 2, 5 p.m.-9 p.m.As a member of the Syracuse community, and in conjunction with the Huntsman Research Institute, all who attend may enjoy complimentary services including hair cuts, styles, manicures and spa services. A raffle drawing will be held with prizes donated from local businesses. All proceeds will go to the Huntsman Research Institute.