HOME INTERNET RICH THEATER THIS WEEK COMMANDER RUSSELL BENIAMINA PERFORMS WITH KWAJ BAND PURE ALOHA AT THE SPRING BREAK MUSIC FEST APRIL 8. JESSICA DAMBRUCH
2 Contents of the Hourglass are not necessarily Garrison Commander .......Col. James DeOre Jr. Garrison CSM .................. Sgt. Maj. Todd Shirley Communications Manager ........... Jordan Vinson Communications Specialist ... Jessica Dambruch RICHARDSON THEATER CLOSES For years the Richardson Theater rose above a quiet, gray slab in the middle of a novelty and an anachronism: a drive-in the shoulders of countless servicemen, the stars overhead and the taste of hot nel safely removed the debris and fur sidering alternative locations for family 1. The Rich Theater in 2013, courtesy of Bill Remick. 2. Construction on the theater begins in 1957 (U.S. Government photo). 3. On July 25, 1944, Bob Hope performs live at the Rich for members of the Armed Services (U.S. Gov ernment photo). 4. A midday shot of the the ater in 1976, courtesy of Rex Simmons. 1 2 3 4
3 Dear USAG-KA residents and teammates, The community has made a strong the extra mile, every day, to ensure that vide the family movie theater service, the old structure and re-commission it toric structure and longtime community in that structure and hold off further other mission out to Carlson for a similar tell you that bit of drama has occasion munity and everyone submitted is being is that our community volunteers lift a one hour of volunteer time is equal to all of the volunteer hours collected since the amount at the Volunteer Recogni you can direct any of your questions What an excellent event, the communi COL Jim DeOre LETTER FROM THE COMMANDER
4 U.S. Army photo by Jessica Dambruch PMO OFFICER COMPLETES INVESTIGATOR TRAINING COURSE headquarters. lege credits, to change the culture into WATERWAYS USER TOWN HALLS Kwajalein Town Hall Thursday, May 3 at 6 p.m. High School MP Room Roi Town Hall Friday, May 4 at 11:30 a.m. Tradewinds Theater waterway aids to navigation. The community is invited to a town hall to discuss issues and suggestions to improve our waterways. The Waterways User Town Halls are open to all waterways commercial, recreational, and military users.
5 U.S. Army photo by Jessica Dambruch SMDC HONORS ISBELL Dr. James Isbell, former USASMDC/AR STRAT political and military advisor, is honored by SMDC this week. Photo courtesy of RMI Liaison Office SMDC/ARSTRAT Public Affairs Redstone Arsenal cal, national and international leader "Everybody is here today because they Navy Reserve assignments include Navy litical and military affairs adviser for the tections regarding longstanding concerns about James that stands out to me is that other mad, but the good times far out ing a difference for this command, and he made a difference in my life," Johnson advancing "the mutual defense and secu military adviser, and a true friend of the
6 WEEKLY WEATHER LOOKOUT WEATHER DISCUSSION: SATURDAY/SUNDAY/MONDAY FORECAST: Winds ENE at MID-WEEK FORECAST: LUNCH DINNER Sunday Prime Rib Cornish Hen Mashed Potatoes Thursday Sweet and Sour Roast Pork Brown Rice Savory Green Beans April 21 Herbed Cornish Hens Swedish Meatballs Brown Rice Thursday Salisbury Steak Stewed Okra and Tomato Fried Rice Friday Chicken Fajitas Spanish Rice Spanish Corn Friday Roast Pork Baked Trout Mashed Potatoes Monday Braised Beef Cubes Fried Talapia Basmati Rice Wednesday BBQ Chicken BBQ Ribs Mac and Cheese Monday Breaded Pork Chops Yankee Pot Roast Fried Rice Sunday Chicken Parmesan Baked Salmon Pesto Tortellini Tuesday Chinese 5-Spice Chicken Parmesan Baked Fish Oven Glow Potatoes Wednesday Chicken Broccoli Alfredo Baked Pork Chops White Rice Tuesday Orange Chicken Vegetable Lo Mein Fried Rice April 21 Grilled Ribeye Steak Fried Shrimp Baked Potatoes Captain Louis S. Zamperini Dining Facility *MENU CURRENT AS OF APRIL 13 RESIDENTIAL INTERNET UPDATE
7 from local artists, crafters and E-Wareness: Trimming and etation Trimming and Removal Permit is required for the foll any established vegetation, Contact Environmental at Regulations require that a dig that no tents may be erected maintenance issues during the after-hours maintenance and HELP WANTED COMMUNITY NOTICES Register to obtain your Com home-based vendors or to de The registration fee is retained gram and directly distributed mation, to register or volunteer Please maintain safety diligence during training! the annual oceanside shoreline Please note: The after-hours April 21 Burger Bar Swedish Meatballs Pork Chops April 21 Beef Stew Roast Pork Macaroni and Chese Friday Cantonese Spareribs Mustard Dill Fish Mashed Potatoes Sunday Pepper Steak Roasted Chicken Roasted Potatoes Thursday Sweet & Sour Pork Swiss Steak Buttered Potatoes Thursday Fried Chicken Night Pork Adobo Buttered Noodles Friday Wings Friday Meat Fajitas Quesadillas Monday Braised Beef Cubes Fried Fish Steamed Rice Wednesday BBQ Ribs Black Eyed Peas Sunday Chicken Parm Cheese Tortellini Broccoli Monday Yankee Pot Roast Breaded Pork Chops Mashed Potatoes Tuesday Taco Tuesday Roast Beef Roasted Chicken Wednesday Steak Night Pork Stew Steamed Rice Tuesday Orange Chicken Beef and Broccoli Spring Rolls LUNCH DINNER Caf Roi *MENU CURRENT AS OF APRIL 13 Weekend Movies Yuk Theater, Kwajalein Saturday, April 14 Justic League (PG-13) Sunday, April 15 Thor: Ragnarock (PG-13) Monday, April 16 The Post (PG-13) Tradewinds Theater, Roi Saturday, April 14 12 Strong (R) Sunday, April 15 Maze Runner: The Death Cure (PG-13) *All features begin at 7:30 p.m. Month of the Military Child FMWR Carnival Send Your Child's Photo To
8 Roi residents laced up their shoes, grabbed their goggles and dashed down to the beach for the Roi Rat Race April 8. The mini.6-mile swim, 5-mile bike and 3.5-mile run. The swimmers, runners and bikers pictured above said they had a great time. RIGHT: Photos courtesy of Sandra Garrison and KJ Arnold 1 2 3 4 5 6 for more Music Fest coverage on channel 29-1. U.S. Army photos by Jarett Nichols and Jessica Dambruch Hamilton. Here are a few scenes from a day of fun. 1. Minnie Snoddy performs during the afternoon set at ternoon events. 3. Erik Hanson, right, samples a taste of right, Dave Ardrey, Jacque Phelon and Greg Spock. 5. Jes sica Brooks discusses lagers and lambics with Greg Huey popular spot throughout the day. Jacque and Pat Phelon, left, pour a homebrew sample for Jonathan Bradley.