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Title: Guantánamo Bay gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: U.S. Naval Base
Place of Publication: Guantánamo Bay Cuba
Guantánamo Bay, Cuba
Publication Date: 3/25/2011
Frequency: weekly
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 60, no. 40 (Oct. 3, 2003); title from title screen (viewed Dec. 10, 2004).
General Note: Latest issue consulted: Vol. 64, no. 33 (Aug. 31, 2007).
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MC3 Leona MynesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Public Affairs PHOTO B Y MC3 LEONA MYNESNMCRS begins donation seasonThe Guantanamo Bay Navy-Marine Corps Relief Society (NMCRS) representatives began the NMCRS fundraising season March 15, and will continue accepting cash, check, and active-duty only monthly allotment donations until May 16. NMCRS provides spending plan assistance to service natural disasters, family emergencies and other unexpected from NMCRS include active duty and retired Sailors and Ma rines, eligible family members, and eligible family members NMCRS Guantanamos Navy College conferred 19 associates, bachelors and masters degrees to students from their respective academic insti tutions during a commencement ceremony at the base chapel, March 20. Center for Personal and Professional Development (CPPD), gave the commencement address to the class of 2011. All over this world, we have awesome professionals that are help ing Sailors and their families accomplish their educational dreams, said Hollingsworth. able asset to our service. Hollingsworth encouraged Sailors, especially those on shore duty on Guantanamo Bay, to pursue educational opportunities. you are only here for 18 months, try to knock out a semestertwo if you can. Using tuition assistance, active-duty servicemembers can pursue any level of education, said Hollingsworth. To address concerns about a tight budget, I am happy to report that tuition assistance funding should not be a problem through the web tuition assistance (WebTA) brief so that we can approve and pro cess your tuition assistance for the fall semester. For more information on Navy College, CPPD and their combined navy. college.gtmo@usnbgtmo.navy.mil. Nineteen earn academic degrees on GuantanamoMC3 Leona MynesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Public Affairs PHOTO B Y ROSELLA TOMASELLI

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COMMANDING OFFICER EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMAND MAS TER CHIEF PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER LEADING CHIEF PETTY OFFICER G AZETTE EDITOR 25 Shawnee, Kan. M aster of Science in Criminal Justice. A lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on mine. Kansas City Chiefs .... M ichael Jackson. Judge Judy. T he Breakfast Club. T he Giving T ree Walks with my daughter. M y daughter, Sabrina. M y armory Norma Jean Baker. I ve learned discipline and the importance of hard work. Sailor of the Week A) Super-size french fries B) A Big Mac C) A Taco Bell chicken or beef saladA) At least 5 B) At least 3 C) At least 2A) Water B) Juice C) Soda A) Frozen, 100% juice bars B) Jelly beans C) Corn chips A) Trout B) Salmon C) AnchoviesYOUR SCOREMostly As: Your knowledge of healthy foods will lead you to a healthy lifestyle, if you are not living a healthy lifestyle already. Mostly Bs: Your level of health knowledge is up there, but there is still room for improvement. Visit MyPyramid.gov and build a food Mostly Cs: Yikes! Time for an overhaul of your diet and health needs. (That Taco Bell salad has around 300 more calories than a Big Mac!) Make an appointment with the nutritionist at the Naval Hospital by calling 72110, or contact WIC by calling 2186. The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Overseas program on Naval Station Guantanamo nutritional choices to help service members and their families maintain a healthy lifestyle. WIC is supporting National Nutrition Month, an initiative of the American Dietetic Associa and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. WIC plays a part in this campaign based on the fact that it is a nutrition education and supplemental food program, said Marty Bledsoe, a registered nurse and program manager for WIC in Guantanamo. The goal is to increase public awareness on eating right and including daily physical activity to live healthier lives. WIC provides participants and their families with nutritious food, tips on how to prepare a balanced meal, nutrition and health screenings, and access to other resources that will help members lead healthier lives, said Bledsoe. Limit the amounts of foods you eat and drink that contain added sugars. consume fewer calories the rest of the day, and provide your body with nutrients and calories that are needed throughout the morning, said Bledsoe. The right kinds of food and physical activity will supply you with all the vital nutrients that you need to ensure your bodys growth, vitality, fertility, and maintenance, said Bledsoe. We can, therefore, eat our way to a healthier body. Guantanamo WIC promotes National Nutrition Month Use of parks, beaches and waters in and around NAVSTAGTMO is a privilege that carries an inherent responsibility to preserve the fragile ecological balance of these areas ... The feeding, keeping, or breeding of iguana or other lizards, hutia, goats, chickens, snakes, pigeons, or feral cats or dogs, is strictly prohibited ... Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Instruction 1710.10AGuantanamo Bay Outdoor Recreation and Wildlife Instruction f y iMC3 Leona MynesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Public Affairs TEST YOUR HEAL TH KNOWLEDGE Naval Security Force Guantanamo Bay, Cuba M A 3 S TA C EY BU C K Guantanamos Navy Gateway Inns, Suites Navy Gateway Inns and Suites (NGIS) of Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, will be presented the Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) Adm. in housing and lodging management at the Professional Housing Management Association conference in Fort Worth, Texas, March 31. Rear Adm. Townsend Tim Alexander, Commander, Navy Region Southeast, will present the award, which establishes Guantanamos NGIS as a recognizes installations that provide exceptional facilities, amenities and services to residents and guests. We use the CNIC-set standard to help us operate well, said Rudy Sammons, Guantanamos NGIS director. It helps us focus on doing the best we can. undergo an accreditation process every two years, where CNIC inspectors visit an installation and analyze every facet of its NGIS program. They [CNIC] inspected everything, said Sammons, to include our front desks, parking areas, reception areas, [employee] uniforms, housekeeping, laundry services, administration, service and inventory control. The accreditation process awards points for excellence in these areas. to receive up to 634 points toward accreditation. Installations that receive recognized for their excellence by Guantanamos NGIS employees installation score more than Guantanamos NGIS comprises more than 1,600 beds in ten base facilities that house visitors and contractors. MC3 Leona MynesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Public Affairs Guantanamo has A List housingFamily housing on Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, received the 2010 National Customer Service A housing services in late January. The A List award was received return rate for customer service surveys with a rating of 85 or more for all neighborhoods on the installation. Base housing on Guantanamo each group receives a survey, said Rudy Sammons, housing director MC3 Leona MynesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Public Affairs on NS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The [survey] process starts with customer service surveys being delivered door-to-door here in GTMO, said Sammons. We survey residents satisfaction with customer service and the condition of their dwelling. Servicemembers and civilians on Guantanamo are faced with a unique living situation when compared to other bases, as all must reside in government quarters, said Sammons. Our [housings] role is to provide virtually everyone on base with the best housing we can, said Sammons. Many military and civilians have never lived in government quarters before, and its our job to look out for the dwelling and follow rules and regulations put in place by Commander, Navy Installations Command. O an individual to the God that they serve. In the passage below, we O Lord, you have searched me and you know me; You know when I sit and when I rise; you perceive my thoughts from afar. You discern my going out and my lying down, you are familiar with all my ways. Before a word is on my tongue, you know it completely, O Lord. Psalm 139. was not alone, and that a greater being was at work around him, that he could draw upon Gods endless wisdom, and remain close to God and his justices ... he could count on Gods might whenever he needed. on during troubled times, and the example to follow for a righteous life. Now, if you have never considered it before, ponder the value of becoming closer with God. Ponder the value it could have in your life. NS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, deputy command chaplain A closeness to God, Psalm 139

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COMMANDING OFFICER EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMAND MAS TER CHIEF PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER LEADING CHIEF PETTY OFFICER G AZETTE EDITOR 25 Shawnee, Kan. M aster of Science in Criminal Justice. A lack of planning on your part does not constitute an emergency on mine. Kansas City Chiefs .... M ichael Jackson. Judge Judy. T he Breakfast Club. T he Giving T ree Walks with my daughter. M y daughter, Sabrina. M y armory Norma Jean Baker. I ve learned discipline and the importance of hard work. Sailor of the Week A) Super-size french fries B) A Big Mac C) A Taco Bell chicken or beef saladA) At least 5 B) At least 3 C) At least 2A) Water B) Juice C) Soda A) Frozen, 100% juice bars B) Jelly beans C) Corn chips A) Trout B) Salmon C) AnchoviesYOUR SCOREMostly As: Your knowledge of healthy foods will lead you to a healthy lifestyle, if you are not living a healthy lifestyle already. Mostly Bs: Your level of health knowledge is up there, but there is still room for improvement. Visit MyPyramid.gov and build a food Mostly Cs: Yikes! Time for an overhaul of your diet and health needs. (That Taco Bell salad has around 300 more calories than a Big Mac!) Make an appointment with the nutritionist at the Naval Hospital by calling 72110, or contact WIC by calling 2186. The Women, Infants and Children (WIC) Overseas program on Naval Station Guantanamo nutritional choices to help service members and their families maintain a healthy lifestyle. WIC is supporting National Nutrition Month, an initiative of the American Dietetic Associa and developing sound eating and physical activity habits. WIC plays a part in this campaign based on the fact that it is a nutrition education and supplemental food program, said Marty Bledsoe, a registered nurse and program manager for WIC in Guantanamo. The goal is to increase public awareness on eating right and including daily physical activity to live healthier lives. WIC provides participants and their families with nutritious food, tips on how to prepare a balanced meal, nutrition and health screenings, and access to other resources that will help members lead healthier lives, said Bledsoe. Limit the amounts of foods you eat and drink that contain added sugars. consume fewer calories the rest of the day, and provide your body with nutrients and calories that are needed throughout the morning, said Bledsoe. The right kinds of food and physical activity will supply you with all the vital nutrients that you need to ensure your bodys growth, vitality, fertility, and maintenance, said Bledsoe. We can, therefore, eat our way to a healthier body. Guantanamo WIC promotes National Nutrition Month Use of parks, beaches and waters in and around NAVSTAGTMO is a privilege that carries an inherent responsibility to preserve the fragile ecological balance of these areas ... The feeding, keeping, or breeding of iguana or other lizards, hutia, goats, chickens, snakes, pigeons, or feral cats or dogs, is strictly prohibited ... Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Instruction 1710.10AGuantanamo Bay Outdoor Recreation and Wildlife Instruction f y iMC3 Leona MynesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Public Affairs TEST YOUR HEAL TH KNOWLEDGE Naval Security Force Guantanamo Bay, Cuba M A 3 S TA C EY BU C K Guantanamos Navy Gateway Inns, Suites Navy Gateway Inns and Suites (NGIS) of Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, will be presented the Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) Adm. in housing and lodging management at the Professional Housing Management Association conference in Fort Worth, Texas, March 31. Rear Adm. Townsend Tim Alexander, Commander, Navy Region Southeast, will present the award, which establishes Guantanamos NGIS as a recognizes installations that provide exceptional facilities, amenities and services to residents and guests. We use the CNIC-set standard to help us operate well, said Rudy Sammons, Guantanamos NGIS director. It helps us focus on doing the best we can. undergo an accreditation process every two years, where CNIC inspectors visit an installation and analyze every facet of its NGIS program. They [CNIC] inspected everything, said Sammons, to include our front desks, parking areas, reception areas, [employee] uniforms, housekeeping, laundry services, administration, service and inventory control. The accreditation process awards points for excellence in these areas. to receive up to 634 points toward accreditation. Installations that receive recognized for their excellence by Guantanamos NGIS employees installation score more than Guantanamos NGIS comprises more than 1,600 beds in ten base facilities that house visitors and contractors. MC3 Leona MynesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Public Affairs Guantanamo has A List housingFamily housing on Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, received the 2010 National Customer Service A housing services in late January. The A List award was received return rate for customer service surveys with a rating of 85 or more for all neighborhoods on the installation. Base housing on Guantanamo each group receives a survey, said Rudy Sammons, housing director MC3 Leona MynesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Public Affairs on NS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The [survey] process starts with customer service surveys being delivered door-to-door here in GTMO, said Sammons. We survey residents satisfaction with customer service and the condition of their dwelling. Servicemembers and civilians on Guantanamo are faced with a unique living situation when compared to other bases, as all must reside in government quarters, said Sammons. Our [housings] role is to provide virtually everyone on base with the best housing we can, said Sammons. Many military and civilians have never lived in government quarters before, and its our job to look out for the dwelling and follow rules and regulations put in place by Commander, Navy Installations Command. O an individual to the God that they serve. In the passage below, we O Lord, you have searched me and you know me; You know when I sit and when I rise; you perceive my thoughts from afar. You discern my going out and my lying down, you are familiar with all my ways. Before a word is on my tongue, you know it completely, O Lord. Psalm 139. was not alone, and that a greater being was at work around him, that he could draw upon Gods endless wisdom, and remain close to God and his justices ... he could count on Gods might whenever he needed. on during troubled times, and the example to follow for a righteous life. Now, if you have never considered it before, ponder the value of becoming closer with God. Ponder the value it could have in your life. NS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, deputy command chaplain A closeness to God, Psalm 139

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20 things in $15Snorkelin g Captains LicenseStop by the Marina for a study guide, then take the test when and take a bay orientation cruise with a member of the Marina Poof! you can drive a boat on Guantanamo Bay. $20 $17Borrow a set of clubs and rent a golf cart for $16 with a friend or $10 by $5 DOWNTOWN LYCEUM The movies are free, as compared to watching them in the U.S. for more than $10 in some locations ( the military discount). The $5 is popcorn, hot dogs ... whatever you want to ensure you enjoy your movie. Bring the bug spray -the Downtown Lyceum is an outdoor theater. The Marina is hosting this event April 9, giving away more than $800 in prizes. Rental of a bike and helmet is $5 registration is $5. Call 2345 for more information. Now that you have your free captains lisence, the Marina has boats you can rent for $20 ... Rent an older pontoon boat for two hours at $10 per hour. A newer pontoon boat can be rented for $14 an hour. Yatera Seca Golf Course TOUR THE NOR THEAS T GA TE Hosted by the Marine Corps Security Force Company every third Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., this tour will educate you on the history and mission of the Marines and the base in GTMO. $4.25 $10$20beach trip!Visit one of Guantanamos beaches, whether on Windward of Leeward side, for free. Rent a cooler from the Marina for $5 and use the other $15 for beverages and snacks. to do for less than $20 LIBERTY CENTER Single or unaccompanied? Go to your nearest liberty center. There are four movies, surf the internet and video chat with your family, play pool, watch movies for free, play video games, and idea, especially if you are separated from your family members while in GTMO. $15An American eating Mongolian food in Cuba a Filipino or a Jamaican ... with your choice of meats (turkey, shrimp, steak, pork) and veggies to 9 p.m. every Thursday at the Bayview. The Jamaican Jerk House, located on Deer Point Road by the Tiki Bar and Triple C, provides residents with authentic Jamaican jerk food. Meals are less than $10 each and you can enjoy the warm, Caribbean winds and a view of Guantanamo Bay while you eat. $10Jerk House$17Cuban ClubTry an authentic Cuban dish made from scratch at the Cuban Club. Call them to preMonday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Join the Guantanamo Bay Spouses ClubThe money gets you a year-long membership as long as you are the spouse of a service member, Department of Defense civilian or contractor GBSCspouses@gmail.com Im bored here, and I hate GTMO! can be remedied by some of Guantanamos cheap or free things to do. camping tents from the Marina day. Overnight camping must be reported to Security department (call 4105) 48 hours GET EDUC ATED If youre active-duty, sign up at Columbia College or at your local schools online program. Go to a WebTA brief (Fridays at 9 a.m. at the Navy College $20 Kabayan NightsGo to the Mabuhay Garden behind Gold Hill Towers (near Cooper Field) Saturday, March 26 at 8 p.m. and enjoy videoke singing contests, Filipino cuisine and fellowship as the Filipino community fundraises for its 113th Philippine Independence Day Celebration (PIDC). Donate your $20 to the PIDC.McDonalds Customer Appreciation Day Youth Center Pool Party $10Downtown Lyceum. March 26 at 8 p.m. Bring your $20 for cashonly adult beverages. NO CHILDREN!comedy show

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20 things in $15Snorkelin g Captains LicenseStop by the Marina for a study guide, then take the test when and take a bay orientation cruise with a member of the Marina Poof! you can drive a boat on Guantanamo Bay. $20 $17Borrow a set of clubs and rent a golf cart for $16 with a friend or $10 by $5 DOWNTOWN LYCEUM The movies are free, as compared to watching them in the U.S. for more than $10 in some locations ( the military discount). The $5 is popcorn, hot dogs ... whatever you want to ensure you enjoy your movie. Bring the bug spray -the Downtown Lyceum is an outdoor theater. The Marina is hosting this event April 9, giving away more than $800 in prizes. Rental of a bike and helmet is $5 registration is $5. Call 2345 for more information. Now that you have your free captains lisence, the Marina has boats you can rent for $20 ... Rent an older pontoon boat for two hours at $10 per hour. A newer pontoon boat can be rented for $14 an hour. Yatera Seca Golf Course TOUR THE NOR THEAS T GA TE Hosted by the Marine Corps Security Force Company every third Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., this tour will educate you on the history and mission of the Marines and the base in GTMO. $4.25 $10$20beach trip!Visit one of Guantanamos beaches, whether on Windward of Leeward side, for free. Rent a cooler from the Marina for $5 and use the other $15 for beverages and snacks. to do for less than $20 LIBERTY CENTER Single or unaccompanied? Go to your nearest liberty center. There are four movies, surf the internet and video chat with your family, play pool, watch movies for free, play video games, and idea, especially if you are separated from your family members while in GTMO. $15An American eating Mongolian food in Cuba a Filipino or a Jamaican ... with your choice of meats (turkey, shrimp, steak, pork) and veggies to 9 p.m. every Thursday at the Bayview. The Jamaican Jerk House, located on Deer Point Road by the Tiki Bar and Triple C, provides residents with authentic Jamaican jerk food. Meals are less than $10 each and you can enjoy the warm, Caribbean winds and a view of Guantanamo Bay while you eat. $10Jerk House$17Cuban ClubTry an authentic Cuban dish made from scratch at the Cuban Club. Call them to preMonday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Join the Guantanamo Bay Spouses ClubThe money gets you a year-long membership as long as you are the spouse of a service member, Department of Defense civilian or contractor GBSCspouses@gmail.com Im bored here, and I hate GTMO! can be remedied by some of Guantanamos cheap or free things to do. camping tents from the Marina day. Overnight camping must be reported to Security department (call 4105) 48 hours GET EDUC ATED If youre active-duty, sign up at Columbia College or at your local schools online program. Go to a WebTA brief (Fridays at 9 a.m. at the Navy College $20 Kabayan NightsGo to the Mabuhay Garden behind Gold Hill Towers (near Cooper Field) Saturday, March 26 at 8 p.m. and enjoy videoke singing contests, Filipino cuisine and fellowship as the Filipino community fundraises for its 113th Philippine Independence Day Celebration (PIDC). Donate your $20 to the PIDC.McDonalds Customer Appreciation Day Youth Center Pool Party $10Downtown Lyceum. March 26 at 8 p.m. Bring your $20 for cashonly adult beverages. NO CHILDREN!comedy show

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MC3 Leona MynesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Public Affairs PHOTO B Y MC3 LEONA MYNESRepresentatives from Mad Science of Jacksonville, Fla., visited Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to show military children the fun side of science at an outdoor festival and at W.T. Sampson March 20-21. The Child and Youth Program (CYP) invited Mad Science to Guantanamo in learning experience for children on base. We brought Mad Science to GTMO for a fun, handson educational experience for our children, Simon, Guantanamo CYPs director. We received a grant from Commander, Navy Region the program and travel expenses. Mad Science provided Guantanamos children with a unique, interactive learning experience that taught them to During Mad Sciences presentations, owner Ali Nelson teaches children on Guantanamo Bay an interest in science at a young age. I want to get children excited about science, said Nelson. Nelson said the children in Guantanamo were smart, fun, and engaged in the learning process. I would come back here any day to teach the children here Members of the Army Ball Committee plan fundraising events while passing a sam ple mug around their table at the Windjammer March 23. The 236th Army birthday celebration ball is scheduled for June 11 at the Windjam mer. Fundraising and ticket information can be found on the roller and in the Gazette. For more information about the committee or to join, e-mail Maj. Jessica Cranford at jessica.l.cranford@jtfgtmo. southcom.mil.PHOTO B Y MC3 LEONA MYNESof Sailors and Marines who died while on active duty or in a retired status. Our goal is 100 percent participa tion, said Chief Boatswains Mate (SW) Melissa Doe, the Guantanamo Bay NMCRS program manager. I encour age everyone to donate; you never know when youll be in a tough situation where youll need NMCRS assistance. to Doe when an error occurred in her pay. They gave me an interest-free loan for the amount I was not paid, said Doe, or who has a family and needs help buying groceries. nization sponsored by the Department of Marines. All donations to NMCRS are the Internal Revenue Service Code. For more information on NMCRS, visit www.nmcrs.org. To donate to Guantanamo Bays NMCRS fund raising drive, call Doe at 55334. NMCRS PHOTO B Y MC3 LEONA MYNES SUPPLY TECHNICIAN MATERIALS HANDLER FACILITY OPERATIONS SPECIALIST SECRETARY ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT ASSISTANT To apply for a job, call the Human Resources of SHOPPER JOB HUNT Guantanamo Bay welcomes... FRID AY MAR CH 25 8 P.M .: N E W (PG13) 117 MIN 10 P.M .: NEW! (R) 100 MIN SATURD AY MAR CH 26 SUND AY MAR CH 27 8 P.M. : NEW! (PG13) 109 MIN MOND AY MAR CH 28 8 P.M. : NEW! (PG13) 92 MIN TUESD AY MAR CH 29 8 P.M. : (PG13) 110 MIN WEDNESD AY MAR CH 30 8 P.M. : (PG13) 109 MIN THUR SD AY MAR CH 31 8 P.M. : (R) 107 MIN Jordyn Denise Trim MAKE MODEL SUN BIRD FREE SPIRIT PEUGEOT N/A JEEP WRANGLER SCRAMBLER MG 8 MXIM KENT SPRINGDALE MAGNA ELECTROSHOCK MAGNA N/A MGX MAXIM MONGOOSE DOMAIN KENT N/A ROADMASTER MT SPORT SX ROADMASTER MT FURY BIANCHI ADVANTAGE HARDROCK SPECIALIZED HUFFY N/A KARAKURAM GARGOYLES MAGNA GREAT DI VIDE MONGOOSE MONTANA N/A BMX MONGOOSE GAVEL MONGOOSE XR 15 PINCH PRIMO TREK 4 SERIES DIAMOND BACK SORRENTO MONGOOSE MONTANA TREK 7000 2X TREK 820 MONGOOSE MONTANA PACIFIC EXPLOIT MONGOOSE DOMAIN ALPHA 4300 ROADMASTER MT CLIMBER HUFFY GILA DS LATTITUDE N/A HUFFY STALKER ES KENT N/A PACIFIC RE NDER MONGOOSE DH I.S DIAMOND BACK TOPANGA KENT TRAC CLIMBER NEXT POWER X PACIFIC SULIST P AOC LA SS IFIEDAD S @U SN BGT M O. N AVY. M IL I f the ad is sent to any other e-mail address, it may not be published. Submit your ad no later than noon Wednesdays for that weeks Gazette. Ads are removed after two weeks. Re-submit the ad to have ut re-published. The Gazette staff and Naval Station G uantanamo B ay, Cuba, do not en dorse or warrant any of the ads on this page. discretion on all content in the G azette. CAUTION: C ONSTRU C TION ON BASEGuantanamos Housing and Fitness Center construction project has begun. Housing: Grenadillo Circle and Villamar around Sherman Avenues intersections with the following roads: 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Streets. Denich: Around Denich Gym across street from the Windjammer and Gold Hill Towers. Remain cautious of plastic, orange fencing and follow signs. Thank you for your cooperation. March 16, 2011 7 lbs., 9 oz. 20.5 inches long ~meow~ The Vet Clinic has kittens for adoption! Call 2212 for more information.

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MC3 Leona MynesNS Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Public Affairs PHOTO B Y MC3 LEONA MYNESRepresentatives from Mad Science of Jacksonville, Fla., visited Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to show military children the fun side of science at an outdoor festival and at W.T. Sampson March 20-21. The Child and Youth Program (CYP) invited Mad Science to Guantanamo in learning experience for children on base. We brought Mad Science to GTMO for a fun, handson educational experience for our children, Simon, Guantanamo CYPs director. We received a grant from Commander, Navy Region the program and travel expenses. Mad Science provided Guantanamos children with a unique, interactive learning experience that taught them to During Mad Sciences presentations, owner Ali Nelson teaches children on Guantanamo Bay an interest in science at a young age. I want to get children excited about science, said Nelson. Nelson said the children in Guantanamo were smart, fun, and engaged in the learning process. I would come back here any day to teach the children here Members of the Army Ball Committee plan fundraising events while passing a sam ple mug around their table at the Windjammer March 23. The 236th Army birthday celebration ball is scheduled for June 11 at the Windjam mer. Fundraising and ticket information can be found on the roller and in the Gazette. For more information about the committee or to join, e-mail Maj. Jessica Cranford at jessica.l.cranford@jtfgtmo. southcom.mil.PHOTO B Y MC3 LEONA MYNESof Sailors and Marines who died while on active duty or in a retired status. Our goal is 100 percent participa tion, said Chief Boatswains Mate (SW) Melissa Doe, the Guantanamo Bay NMCRS program manager. I encour age everyone to donate; you never know when youll be in a tough situation where youll need NMCRS assistance. to Doe when an error occurred in her pay. They gave me an interest-free loan for the amount I was not paid, said Doe, or who has a family and needs help buying groceries. nization sponsored by the Department of Marines. All donations to NMCRS are the Internal Revenue Service Code. For more information on NMCRS, visit www.nmcrs.org. To donate to Guantanamo Bays NMCRS fund raising drive, call Doe at 55334. NMCRS PHOTO B Y MC3 LEONA MYNES SUPPLY TECHNICIAN MATERIALS HANDLER FACILITY OPERATIONS SPECIALIST SECRETARY ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT ASSISTANT To apply for a job, call the Human Resources of SHOPPER JOB HUNT Guantanamo Bay welcomes... FRID AY MAR CH 25 8 P.M .: N E W (PG13) 117 MIN 10 P.M .: NEW! (R) 100 MIN SATURD AY MAR CH 26 SUND AY MAR CH 27 8 P.M. : NEW! (PG13) 109 MIN MOND AY MAR CH 28 8 P.M. : NEW! (PG13) 92 MIN TUESD AY MAR CH 29 8 P.M. : (PG13) 110 MIN WEDNESD AY MAR CH 30 8 P.M. : (PG13) 109 MIN THUR SD AY MAR CH 31 8 P.M. : (R) 107 MIN Jordyn Denise Trim MAKE MODEL SUN BIRD FREE SPIRIT PEUGEOT N/A JEEP WRANGLER SCRAMBLER MG 8 MXIM KENT SPRINGDALE MAGNA ELECTROSHOCK MAGNA N/A MGX MAXIM MONGOOSE DOMAIN KENT N/A ROADMASTER MT SPORT SX ROADMASTER MT FURY BIANCHI ADVANTAGE HARDROCK SPECIALIZED HUFFY N/A KARAKURAM GARGOYLES MAGNA GREAT DI VIDE MONGOOSE MONTANA N/A BMX MONGOOSE GAVEL MONGOOSE XR 15 PINCH PRIMO TREK 4 SERIES DIAMOND BACK SORRENTO MONGOOSE MONTANA TREK 7000 2X TREK 820 MONGOOSE MONTANA PACIFIC EXPLOIT MONGOOSE DOMAIN ALPHA 4300 ROADMASTER MT CLIMBER HUFFY GILA DS LATTITUDE N/A HUFFY STALKER ES KENT N/A PACIFIC RE NDER MONGOOSE DH I.S DIAMOND BACK TOPANGA KENT TRAC CLIMBER NEXT POWER X PACIFIC SULIST P AOC LA SS IFIEDAD S @U SN BGT M O. N AVY. M IL I f the ad is sent to any other e-mail address, it may not be published. Submit your ad no later than noon Wednesdays for that weeks Gazette. Ads are removed after two weeks. Re-submit the ad to have ut re-published. The Gazette staff and Naval Station G uantanamo B ay, Cuba, do not en dorse or warrant any of the ads on this page. discretion on all content in the G azette. CAUTION: C ONSTRU C TION ON BASEGuantanamos Housing and Fitness Center construction project has begun. Housing: Grenadillo Circle and Villamar around Sherman Avenues intersections with the following roads: 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th and 7th Streets. Denich: Around Denich Gym across street from the Windjammer and Gold Hill Towers. Remain cautious of plastic, orange fencing and follow signs. Thank you for your cooperation. March 16, 2011 7 lbs., 9 oz. 20.5 inches long ~meow~ The Vet Clinic has kittens for adoption! Call 2212 for more information.

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PHOTO B Y TERENCE R. PECKis the National and Department of Defense theme for this years observance of Womens History month from March 1 31. U.S. Navy commands throughout the world are recognizing the contributions women have made since they were allowed to enter the Navy in 1908 with the establishment of the Nurse Corps. More than 53,000 active-duty women and more than 10,000 female reservists are serving in the Navy today. Of the total women serving in the Navy, 45,500 are enlisted. For Navy Lt. Vivian Maner, the observance provides female Sailors throughout the Navy an opportunity to highlight their contributions and of those women who came before them. Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Maner is responsible for its three galleys, one caf and Joint Task Force Guantanamo detainee food program. Maner said the women who came before her were brave, because they stood up against separation. I am truly grateful for the women who came before me, because they paved the road for me to step in and not have That career path brought Maner to the Naval Station where in 2010 she and to service members and other residents, and coordinated over 96 special meals and 43 VIP receptions for top-level meetings with visiting dignitaries and Congress representatives. She and her meals to the 9/11 victims families who were hosted by the Naval Station and JTF-GTMO last year. recipients of a seventh consecutive Five-Star accreditation for 2011 and F. Ney Award for the best Food Service Operation located outside the continental United States (OCONUS). When the Allendale, S.C., native joined the Navy in 1992, her father was not thrilled about it. He was totally against it, but I went in anyway, she said. However, her 92-year-old father, who served four years in the Army during World War II, is very proud of her now. Hes okay with it now that he sees that we can and have done well, she said. He tells me all his military stories every time I go back home. Maner said that Womens History Month is an important time to ensure people know of the contributions women have made in the military and nation. the early days of our nation trying to be equal to their male counterparts, said Maner. Recognition during Womens History Month is like success; a sense of achievement and pride. Im very thankful and grateful that someone took the time Representing thousands of women throughout Naval historyRecognition during Womens History Month is like success; a sense of achievement and pride.Our history is our strength