Catherine McNally, Hilltop Times Staff
When the clock hits 4:30 or 5 p.m., the work day is over for many of us, but not for 2nd Lt. Ashley Willis.
In fact, Willis, a vehicle management flight commander for the 75th Logistics Readiness Squadron, has spent most of her days these past weeks both working her job with the 75th LRS and training with other members of the 2010 U.S Air Force Women's Volleyball team.
As an alternate for the...
Mary Lou Gorny, Hilltop Times Editor
Bowling has changed over the last 30 to 40 years, Mike Lucovitz, the Hill Bowling Center manager acknowledges. The old smoky, dark bowling alleys have given way to clean, well-lit family entertainment, and in keeping with that concept, an interior face-lift and equipment upgrade will be ongoing as the center closes May 2 for the summer.
"The contractor has 120 days to finish the project, so we're...
Airman 1st Class Melissa Dearstone, 75th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
The Airmen and civilians of the 75th Air Base Wing are accepting the responsibilities for their own safety and making their workplaces safer each day by instilling the safety minded culture of the Voluntary Protection Program.
The 75th ABW is trying to create an atmosphere where employees and management at all levels can spot safety risks and feel comfortable and empowered to bring the safety...
The Unit Self Inspection, or USI, is a commander's program with the Installation Inspector General as focal point for the center. Each wing and staff agency has a point of contact in the organization that is responsible for gathering discrepancies discovered during the USI, tracking them to final closure, and reporting to the IG.
The most critical part of the USI program is you. The USI is only...
Ron Fry, Air Force Material Command Public affairs
EGLIN AIR FORCE BASE, Fla. --- Earth Day 2010 took on a special meaning for some 90 Air Force Materiel Command senior leaders here April 22.
AFMC Commander Gen. Donald Hoffman took advantage of the command's semi-annual Senior Leaders Conference kicking off on Earth Day to highlight the importance of the command's resource conservation efforts. Presentations on energy use highlighted the three-...
Rich Essary, 75th Air Base Wing Public Affairs
Two Block 40 F-16 Fighting Falcons set out from Hill Air Force Base on April 27 for a new home. They were reassigned to the South Dakota Air National Guard at Joe Foss Field in Sioux Falls.
The F-16s are the first of 24 jets currently assigned to the 388th Fighter Wing scheduled to be transferred or retired from the base in fiscal year 2010 to comply with the Air Force's combat air force...
This year's Wingman Fitness and Outdoor Recreation Expo will take place Wednesday, May 5, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The expo, which will be held at the Warrior Fitness Center, will feature prizes and giveaways, plus free hot dogs and drinks.
Local area businesses, including services from the base, will have demonstrations and booths set up throughout the day. Vendors include 4-H Military Clubs,...
• Hill Women's Golf Association, HWGA: Come out and join the ladies for 18 holes of fun. Members meet each Wednesday morning for 18 holes of golf. New members welcome. Contact Ina Bune at (801) 479-7806, Ruth Storing at (801) 773-5999 or Coke Sipes at (801) 544-1947 for more information.
• May 9: Mother's Day Special -- mothers play 18 holes for the price of nine with spouse or child...
Lagoon Day Pass
Information, Tickets and Tours ticket price, $36 --$45.74 at the gate
Lagoon Meal Deal
ITT ticket price $41 -- $53 at the gate
Lagoon Season Pass
$90 at ITT
Flowrider, iFly, iRock at the Solomon Center in Ogden
$45 for a $50 gift card to use at any one of the three locations
Boondocks in Kaysville
At ITT: $22 for a $30 gift card to use for activities
UFC 113, May 8, free admission, limited food menu and drink specials beginnig at 7 p.m. Fight starts at 8 p.m. Members can reserve tables beginning May 3.
Memorial Weekend All-Night Dance Party, with new sound system and lighting system, May 30. Wristband sales begin at 7 p.m., DJ starts at 9 p.m. DJ Panama is back spinning your favorites. Members free; $8 cover charge for nonmembers.