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Title: Guantánamo Bay gazette
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Language: English
Publisher: U.S. Naval Base
Place of Publication: Guantánamo Bay Cuba
Guantánamo Bay, Cuba
Publication Date: 4/22/2011
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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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APRIL 22, 2011 THE [GREEN ] SOAP BOXChief Mestas practical approach to keeping GTMO beautiful THE COMMUNIT Y CONTRIBUTES TO A GREENER GUANT ANAMO: CREDO can help residents re-connect with themselves 10STEPS TO GREEN LIVING MAs receive Tier I Dont Ask, Dont Tell trainingOTHER LOCAL NEWSENERGY FACTS & FIGURES

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COMMANDING OFFICER EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMAND MAS TER CHIEF PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER PUBLIC AFFAIRS LEADING CHIEF PETT Y OFFICER GAZETTE EDITOR REGULATION DI D-YA-KNOW PA GE 3 terms of their impact on the morale and productivity of service people and civilians. ... Recognizing the Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Instruction 11000.2 Base Cleanliness and Appearance Standards Job/department: Age: Hometown: Heroes: Ambition: Motto: Favorite sports team: Favorite G TMO restaurant: Favorite musician: Favorite TV show: Favorite movie: Favorite book: Favorite hobby: G reatest passion: Id give anything to meet: How the Navy has improved your life: Sailor of the Week: Y E OM AN S EA M AN APPREN T I C EA ustin Millard 10 ST E PSGREE NER GUANTANAMO S HO R T E N your shower by a minute or two and youll save up to 150 gallons of water per month. R E PAI R leaky faucets promptly. One faucet leaking one drop per second can waste 2,400 gallons of water in a year. REPAIR silent leaks in the toilet. If food coloring put in the tank ends up in the bowl Repairing the leak will save up to 200 gallons of water a day. USE cold water rather than hot to operate your food disposer. This saves the energy it takes to heat the water. It is also recommended for appliances, and decreases grease build up. DONT use the rinse hold on your dishwasher for just a few soiled dishes. It uses three to seven gallons of hot water each time. REPLA CE output of a shower head from 2.5 gallons per minute to 1.5 gallons per minute. L OW ER the temperature on your thermostat by one degree dows during the evenings. TURN OFF phone chargers, appliances, electronics, fans and other energy comsumers, and unplug anything you can while at work for the day. MAKE IT A FULL L OAD! The average washing machine uses washers use approximately 28 gallons per load and operate at higher revolutions per minute rate, allowing more water to escape the fabric, resulting in less drying time. E -CYCLE IT Take unused electronics, such as computers, iPods, keyboards, mouses, DVD players, old TVs, to the recycling center on base. If you cant get out there, place the unused or broken electronic items in your recycling bin. dangerous chemicals and substances into the environment. TO A Job/department: Age: Hometown: Heroes: Ambition: Favorite sports team: Favorite G TMO restaurant: Favorite music: Favorite TV show: Favorite movie: Favorite book: Favorite hobby: G reatest accomplishment: How the Navy has improved your life: Sailor of the Week: M AS T ER-A T -AR M S 3RD C LASSV incent S oto A Dont Ask, Dont Tell (DADT) Tier I training team from Naval Expedi tionary Combat Command Va., conducted Tier I training about the DADT repeal April NECCs Tier I training team briefed members of the val Security Force Guantana mo Bay in Locke Auditorium at Bulkeley Hall. ered the DADT repeal policy and personnel. MAs are the enforcers, said Capt. Tito Arandela, NECC needs to be enforced. MAs receive Tier I D ADT trainingMC3 Leona Mynes Senior Chief Master-atArms Lester Longely, a member of Naval Expeditionary Combat Commands Tier I Dont Ask, Dont Tell training team, briefs Guanta namo MAs April 18. MAs learned which chang es to look for when the repeal charge policy changes and Code of Military Justice. Standards of conduct still apply, regardless of sexual orientation, said Lt. Glenn NECC Tier I training team. Violations of the standards of conduct can still result in involuntary separation. The team highlighted that many Navy policies will remain the same, including medical read board living, evaluations, equal opportunity, recruiting practices, While on station, the team MAs to voice their comments, questions or concerns about the DADT repeal process, the MA community, and MA career path concerns, said Arandela. When I was growing up, my family loved to spend summer weekends camping at Lake Hartwell in playing in the lake, we spent the last hour at the campsite cleaning. With out fail, most of the items by other campers. Each time we went through this camp ing ritual, my mom would say to us, You have to leave it bet ter than you found it. Today is the 41st annual Earth Day. The tradition at Guantanamo is to hold a basewide cleanup. By now, a huge is piled up at Ferry Landing. Everyone is removed as our contribution to keeping Guantanamo beautiful. But how many of us are asking our from? Another question to ponder; how Station repeated the cleanup one week from today? The base has made improvements in cleanliness. There are fewer abandoned vehiclesmany were The populations accumula tion of abandoned bicycles is also going down, and rusted modern art sculp tures at the barracks are gone. But what are you going to do tomorrow to you found it? Guantanamo has a long the result of decades of lit ter. Glass Beach is covered with sea glass. There was a social facility located on while enjoying beautiful sunsets. Decades as beautiful artifacts of a bygone era. For tunately, we no longer condone throwing our trash into the bay, but its common for the bases diving community to come surface doesnt mean it is gone. When was the last time you saw a dow? Apparently, our smoking motorists in huge piles at the bus stops ... or could it be that people riding the bus are simply why ers at the NEX atrium? I hope somebody looks up the regulation on where people are authorized to smoke on base. Theyd discover that, legally, we can only smoke in designated areas. Did I mention that I am a smoker? Come on people! Get your I even performed an impromptu ex crumpling it, I dropped it in the parking lot next to an authorized smoke pit, lit a and kept going. Finally, I couldnt take it if he was really going to walk past that trash. The mindset of not my problem just doesnt cut it. If you see a piece of lit ter, pick it up (even if it isnt Earth Day) and dispose of it. Some of us were picking up our own from a delicious hamburger next to the parking lot. Wouldnt it have made more sense to simply place it in a trashcan? Now the base is squeaky clean on Earth Day, what are you going to do tomorrow

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COMMANDING OFFICER EXECUTIVE OFFICER COMMAND MAS TER CHIEF PUBLIC AFFAIRS OFFICER PUBLIC AFFAIRS LEADING CHIEF PETT Y OFFICER GAZETTE EDITOR REGULATION DI D-YA-KNOW PA GE 3 terms of their impact on the morale and productivity of service people and civilians. ... Recognizing the Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, Instruction 11000.2 Base Cleanliness and Appearance Standards Job/department: Age: Hometown: Heroes: Ambition: Motto: Favorite sports team: Favorite G TMO restaurant: Favorite musician: Favorite TV show: Favorite movie: Favorite book: Favorite hobby: G reatest passion: Id give anything to meet: How the Navy has improved your life: Sailor of the Week: Y E OM AN S EA M AN APPREN T I C EA ustin Millard 10 ST E PSGREE NER GUANTANAMO S HO R T E N your shower by a minute or two and youll save up to 150 gallons of water per month. R E PAI R leaky faucets promptly. One faucet leaking one drop per second can waste 2,400 gallons of water in a year. REPAIR silent leaks in the toilet. If food coloring put in the tank ends up in the bowl Repairing the leak will save up to 200 gallons of water a day. USE cold water rather than hot to operate your food disposer. This saves the energy it takes to heat the water. It is also recommended for appliances, and decreases grease build up. DONT use the rinse hold on your dishwasher for just a few soiled dishes. It uses three to seven gallons of hot water each time. REPLA CE output of a shower head from 2.5 gallons per minute to 1.5 gallons per minute. L OW ER the temperature on your thermostat by one degree dows during the evenings. TURN OFF phone chargers, appliances, electronics, fans and other energy comsumers, and unplug anything you can while at work for the day. MAKE IT A FULL L OAD! The average washing machine uses washers use approximately 28 gallons per load and operate at higher revolutions per minute rate, allowing more water to escape the fabric, resulting in less drying time. E -CYCLE IT Take unused electronics, such as computers, iPods, keyboards, mouses, DVD players, old TVs, to the recycling center on base. If you cant get out there, place the unused or broken electronic items in your recycling bin. dangerous chemicals and substances into the environment. TO A Job/department: Age: Hometown: Heroes: Ambition: Favorite sports team: Favorite G TMO restaurant: Favorite music: Favorite TV show: Favorite movie: Favorite book: Favorite hobby: G reatest accomplishment: How the Navy has improved your life: Sailor of the Week: M AS T ER-A T -AR M S 3RD C LASSV incent S oto A Dont Ask, Dont Tell (DADT) Tier I training team from Naval Expedi tionary Combat Command Va., conducted Tier I training about the DADT repeal April NECCs Tier I training team briefed members of the val Security Force Guantana mo Bay in Locke Auditorium at Bulkeley Hall. ered the DADT repeal policy and personnel. MAs are the enforcers, said Capt. Tito Arandela, NECC needs to be enforced. MAs receive Tier I D ADT trainingMC3 Leona Mynes Senior Chief Master-atArms Lester Longely, a member of Naval Expeditionary Combat Commands Tier I Dont Ask, Dont Tell training team, briefs Guanta namo MAs April 18. MAs learned which chang es to look for when the repeal charge policy changes and Code of Military Justice. Standards of conduct still apply, regardless of sexual orientation, said Lt. Glenn NECC Tier I training team. Violations of the standards of conduct can still result in involuntary separation. The team highlighted that many Navy policies will remain the same, including medical read board living, evaluations, equal opportunity, recruiting practices, While on station, the team MAs to voice their comments, questions or concerns about the DADT repeal process, the MA community, and MA career path concerns, said Arandela. When I was growing up, my family loved to spend summer weekends camping at Lake Hartwell in playing in the lake, we spent the last hour at the campsite cleaning. With out fail, most of the items by other campers. Each time we went through this camp ing ritual, my mom would say to us, You have to leave it bet ter than you found it. Today is the 41st annual Earth Day. The tradition at Guantanamo is to hold a basewide cleanup. By now, a huge is piled up at Ferry Landing. Everyone is removed as our contribution to keeping Guantanamo beautiful. But how many of us are asking our from? Another question to ponder; how Station repeated the cleanup one week from today? The base has made improvements in cleanliness. There are fewer abandoned vehiclesmany were The populations accumula tion of abandoned bicycles is also going down, and rusted modern art sculp tures at the barracks are gone. But what are you going to do tomorrow to you found it? Guantanamo has a long the result of decades of lit ter. Glass Beach is covered with sea glass. There was a social facility located on while enjoying beautiful sunsets. Decades as beautiful artifacts of a bygone era. For tunately, we no longer condone throwing our trash into the bay, but its common for the bases diving community to come surface doesnt mean it is gone. When was the last time you saw a dow? Apparently, our smoking motorists in huge piles at the bus stops ... or could it be that people riding the bus are simply why ers at the NEX atrium? I hope somebody looks up the regulation on where people are authorized to smoke on base. Theyd discover that, legally, we can only smoke in designated areas. Did I mention that I am a smoker? Come on people! Get your I even performed an impromptu ex crumpling it, I dropped it in the parking lot next to an authorized smoke pit, lit a and kept going. Finally, I couldnt take it if he was really going to walk past that trash. The mindset of not my problem just doesnt cut it. If you see a piece of lit ter, pick it up (even if it isnt Earth Day) and dispose of it. Some of us were picking up our own from a delicious hamburger next to the parking lot. Wouldnt it have made more sense to simply place it in a trashcan? Now the base is squeaky clean on Earth Day, what are you going to do tomorrow

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PA GE 5 WE G TMO CELEBR AT E S 41 ST ANNUA L E A R TH DA YR esidents to notice sirens, announcements during hurricane preparedness exerciseNaval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, will and Commander, Navy Installations Command May 3. held annually to help prepare installations for the Atlantic Hurricane season, which begins June 1 and ends Nov. 30. simulated storm systems developing and inten sifying to hurricane strength, threatening the Ca All Navy commands with personnel in these regions will participate, to include reviewing and exercising heavy weather intructions and procedures, and accounting for Sailors and The base Emergency Operations Center, the big voice communication system, and com mand and control elements will be tested during Residents can expect to hear sirens and an nouncements over the big voice, and see roller announcements pertaining to weather condi tions, said Kevin Robarge, NS Guantanamo Bay, Terence Peck WITH B AS E CLE ANUP

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PA GE 5 WE G TMO CELEBR AT E S 41 ST ANNUA L E A R TH DA YR esidents to notice sirens, announcements during hurricane preparedness exerciseNaval Station Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, will and Commander, Navy Installations Command May 3. held annually to help prepare installations for the Atlantic Hurricane season, which begins June 1 and ends Nov. 30. simulated storm systems developing and inten sifying to hurricane strength, threatening the Ca All Navy commands with personnel in these regions will participate, to include reviewing and exercising heavy weather intructions and procedures, and accounting for Sailors and The base Emergency Operations Center, the big voice communication system, and com mand and control elements will be tested during Residents can expect to hear sirens and an nouncements over the big voice, and see roller announcements pertaining to weather condi tions, said Kevin Robarge, NS Guantanamo Bay, Terence Peck WITH B AS E CLE ANUP

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PA GE 7 The Guantanamo Bay Navy Marine Corps Relief So ciety (NMCRS) has achieved 15.2 percent of its fundraising goal as of April 22. With just under one month planning a radiothon event, allowing the Guantanamo community to pledge money NMCRS is a charity, and propriated funds, said In telligence Specialist 1st Class Jonathan Murray, a volun teer case worker for NMCRS on Guantanamo. All of our funding comes from other service members and civilians who donate their money. When he was a junior Sailor, Murray did not understand NMCRSs impact on Sailors and Marines, but now that he is an active volunteer, he said he un gram to eligible participants. Sailors and Marines should come see us before they go see any external lender, said Murray. Were here for the service members whereas the external lend sometimes with a 100 to 200 percent interest rate. Murray added that NMCRS involvement does not nega rines career and that it is a wonderful tool for members. During the past three months, Murray said he worked with several Sailors nancial support for emergency leave. We do everything for that person, said Murray. for it, and set up an allot ment for them to help them pay NMCRS back, taking the stress out of an already stress ful situation. nancially with unexpected hardship, like emergency leave, errors in pay, natural disasters, and possible gov ernment shutdowns, NMCRS can help Sailors and Marines pay for utilities and bills they may otherwise be unable to pay. services for a member before giving them money so that they situation again, said Murray. I want Sailors and Marines to use NMCRSs programs for an For information about NMCRS volunteer opportuni jonathan.murray@ usnbgtmo.navy.mil.MC3 Leona Mynes NMCRS raises awareness, funds for Sailors, Marines Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, residents an opportunity to participate The workshops and seminars, called the Chaplains Religious Enrichment Development Operation (CREDO) pro gram, is being held on Leeward and Windward and will focus on each par ticipant developing personal and spiri tual resources, growth toward increased functional ability, religious maturity, and acceptance of responsibility. Life throws everybody curve balls from time to time, said Chaplain Doug las Holmes, deputy command chaplain at NS Guantanamo Bay. Things hap pen that we dont understand or seem to have a good reason why. Holmes said miscommunications, es pecially in personal and professional re lationships with self, others, or a persons God, can cause dips in mental and emo tional capabilities. We all could use, from time to time, some help to understand ourselves bet ter and the way we interact with those around us, especially our closest loved ones, said Holmes. In my time as a pas tor and as a chaplain, I have watched and realized the importance of taking time to get away, step back, and then have a new look at our lives. the CREDO program during his time at chaplain school. I came in contact with the CREDO pro gram, said Holmes. We were given parts of the personal growth retreat pro gram, and some of the tools I took away from it I still use today. nature, said Holmes. It is open to help people and their lives, said Holmes. Many people think that the CREDO program is just for mar riages or people that are in trouble, but this far from true. The time you give dividends in your marriage and personal life, if you are willing to give it a try. understand interactions with each other, and build intimacy and communication. (PGR) will be held for single or unac companied personnel seeking growth and improvement in their life, job or faith. The PGR is designed to help par themselves and the changes they may need to make in their lives. visions, departments, units and work spac es complete workshops to improve opera bility and cooperation in their department. addiction to drugs and from what is now called Port Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Since then, CREDO evolved to support a broader spectrum of spiritual, personal and professional growth of Sail ors and Marines. To sign up for CREDO, call the chap Self-improvement retreats to be heldMC3 Leona Mynes VEHICLES SHOPPER OUTDOOR REC SUPPLY TECHNICIAN ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT ASSISTANT TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANTTo apply for a job, call the Human Resources of ADMINIST R ATIV E ASSISTANT ADMINIST R ATIV E ASSISTANT SUP ER VISO R FR ONT DESK RESER VATION CLERK HOUSING ESCOR T OFFICERS IOM O P ER ATIONS A SSISTANT CONSU L TANT TELLER/ CUSTOM ER S ER VI CE RE P JOB HUNT ELECTR ONICS COLLEGE TEXTBOOKS Y ARD SALES FURNITURE MIS CELL AN E OUS READ ME: PA O C LASSIFIEDADS@ USNB GTMO .NAVY. M IL. not removed two weeks. R e-submit BLOT TER FRIDAY, APRIL 8Rio new! 8 p.m. (G) 96 min Beastly new! 10 p.m. (PG13) 86 minS A TURDAY, APRIL 9The Adjustment Bureau new! 8 p.m. (PG13) 106 min Take Me Home Tonight new! 10 p.m. (R) 97 minSUNDAY, APRIL 10Hop 8 p.m. (PG) 96 minMONDAY, APRIL 11Just Go With It last showing 8 p.m. (PG13) 110 minTUESDAY, APRIL 12The Eagle last showing 8 p.m. (PG13) 109 minWEDNESDAY, APRIL 13B ig Mommas: L ike Father L ike Son 8 p.m. (PG13) 114 minTHURSDAY, APRIL 14I Am Number Four 8 p.m. (PG13) 110 min DOWNTOWN L YCEUMThe information in this blotter was released by the R egional Legal Service Found: L OST&FOUND Morale, Welfare and Rec reation held an under water Easter Egg Hunt for Guantanamo children at the MC1 Sally A. Hendricks Children swim for Easter eggs, prizes Approximately 150 fami was made possible by MWR partnering with parents, who helped supply the eggs, candy and food and drinks. Anthony Roberts, MWRs aquatics supervisor. It is a time for families to come together and have fun. While younger children played in the kiddie pool, older children participated in games using eggs that tested their swimming skills for prizes. I have never seen so many show up for these [events], and I have been here for 18 months, said Terry Wanger, who brought her two children. There was fun to be had by all. MWR will be hosting a dry Easter Egg Hunt on noon on Saturday, April 23. Families can enjoy egg hunts, bouncers, a rock wall, conces sions and family games. Anthony R oberts, MWRs aquatics supervisor, collects Easter Eggs from children during an Easter event at the Windjammer Pool April 16.

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PA GE 7 The Guantanamo Bay Navy Marine Corps Relief So ciety (NMCRS) has achieved 15.2 percent of its fundraising goal as of April 22. With just under one month planning a radiothon event, allowing the Guantanamo community to pledge money NMCRS is a charity, and propriated funds, said In telligence Specialist 1st Class Jonathan Murray, a volun teer case worker for NMCRS on Guantanamo. All of our funding comes from other service members and civilians who donate their money. When he was a junior Sailor, Murray did not understand NMCRSs impact on Sailors and Marines, but now that he is an active volunteer, he said he un gram to eligible participants. Sailors and Marines should come see us before they go see any external lender, said Murray. Were here for the service members whereas the external lend sometimes with a 100 to 200 percent interest rate. Murray added that NMCRS involvement does not nega rines career and that it is a wonderful tool for members. During the past three months, Murray said he worked with several Sailors nancial support for emergency leave. We do everything for that person, said Murray. for it, and set up an allot ment for them to help them pay NMCRS back, taking the stress out of an already stress ful situation. nancially with unexpected hardship, like emergency leave, errors in pay, natural disasters, and possible gov ernment shutdowns, NMCRS can help Sailors and Marines pay for utilities and bills they may otherwise be unable to pay. services for a member before giving them money so that they situation again, said Murray. I want Sailors and Marines to use NMCRSs programs for an For information about NMCRS volunteer opportuni jonathan.murray@ usnbgtmo.navy.mil.MC3 Leona Mynes NMCRS raises awareness, funds for Sailors, Marines Naval Station Guantanamo Bay, residents an opportunity to participate The workshops and seminars, called the Chaplains Religious Enrichment Development Operation (CREDO) pro gram, is being held on Leeward and Windward and will focus on each par ticipant developing personal and spiri tual resources, growth toward increased functional ability, religious maturity, and acceptance of responsibility. Life throws everybody curve balls from time to time, said Chaplain Doug las Holmes, deputy command chaplain at NS Guantanamo Bay. Things hap pen that we dont understand or seem to have a good reason why. Holmes said miscommunications, es pecially in personal and professional re lationships with self, others, or a persons God, can cause dips in mental and emo tional capabilities. We all could use, from time to time, some help to understand ourselves bet ter and the way we interact with those around us, especially our closest loved ones, said Holmes. In my time as a pas tor and as a chaplain, I have watched and realized the importance of taking time to get away, step back, and then have a new look at our lives. the CREDO program during his time at chaplain school. I came in contact with the CREDO pro gram, said Holmes. We were given parts of the personal growth retreat pro gram, and some of the tools I took away from it I still use today. nature, said Holmes. It is open to help people and their lives, said Holmes. Many people think that the CREDO program is just for mar riages or people that are in trouble, but this far from true. The time you give dividends in your marriage and personal life, if you are willing to give it a try. understand interactions with each other, and build intimacy and communication. (PGR) will be held for single or unac companied personnel seeking growth and improvement in their life, job or faith. The PGR is designed to help par themselves and the changes they may need to make in their lives. visions, departments, units and work spac es complete workshops to improve opera bility and cooperation in their department. addiction to drugs and from what is now called Port Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Since then, CREDO evolved to support a broader spectrum of spiritual, personal and professional growth of Sail ors and Marines. To sign up for CREDO, call the chap Self-improvement retreats to be heldMC3 Leona Mynes VEHICLES SHOPPER OUTDOOR REC SUPPLY TECHNICIAN ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT ASSISTANT TRANSPORTATION ASSISTANTTo apply for a job, call the Human Resources of ADMINIST R ATIV E ASSISTANT ADMINIST R ATIV E ASSISTANT SUP ER VISO R FR ONT DESK RESER VATION CLERK HOUSING ESCOR T OFFICERS IOM O P ER ATIONS A SSISTANT CONSU L TANT TELLER/ CUSTOM ER S ER VI CE RE P JOB HUNT ELECTR ONICS COLLEGE TEXTBOOKS Y ARD SALES FURNITURE MIS CELL AN E OUS READ ME: PA O C LASSIFIEDADS@ USNB GTMO .NAVY. M IL. not removed two weeks. R e-submit BLOT TER FRIDAY, APRIL 8Rio new! 8 p.m. (G) 96 min Beastly new! 10 p.m. (PG13) 86 minS A TURDAY, APRIL 9The Adjustment Bureau new! 8 p.m. (PG13) 106 min Take Me Home Tonight new! 10 p.m. (R) 97 minSUNDAY, APRIL 10Hop 8 p.m. (PG) 96 minMONDAY, APRIL 11Just Go With It last showing 8 p.m. (PG13) 110 minTUESDAY, APRIL 12The Eagle last showing 8 p.m. (PG13) 109 minWEDNESDAY, APRIL 13B ig Mommas: L ike Father L ike Son 8 p.m. (PG13) 114 minTHURSDAY, APRIL 14I Am Number Four 8 p.m. (PG13) 110 min DOWNTOWN L YCEUMThe information in this blotter was released by the R egional Legal Service Found: L OST&FOUND Morale, Welfare and Rec reation held an under water Easter Egg Hunt for Guantanamo children at the MC1 Sally A. Hendricks Children swim for Easter eggs, prizes Approximately 150 fami was made possible by MWR partnering with parents, who helped supply the eggs, candy and food and drinks. Anthony Roberts, MWRs aquatics supervisor. It is a time for families to come together and have fun. While younger children played in the kiddie pool, older children participated in games using eggs that tested their swimming skills for prizes. I have never seen so many show up for these [events], and I have been here for 18 months, said Terry Wanger, who brought her two children. There was fun to be had by all. MWR will be hosting a dry Easter Egg Hunt on noon on Saturday, April 23. Families can enjoy egg hunts, bouncers, a rock wall, conces sions and family games. Anthony R oberts, MWRs aquatics supervisor, collects Easter Eggs from children during an Easter event at the Windjammer Pool April 16.

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E LECTRICIT Y USED ON GUANTANAMO WATER USE D ON GUANTANAMO MAR CH 1 FEBRUARY 1 MAR CH 0M E G A W A TT HRS TEMPERA TURE MAR CH 1 FEBRUARY 1 M AR C H 10MILLI O N G ALL O NS RAINFALL OUR GOAL OUR USEMegawatt hours Gallons x1,000 Our use of GTMOs resources2010 2011 2010 2011 10 times 35% 20% 1 99.89 $20 $550 $320of energy used in commercial or industrial buildings is unnecessarily. of global greenhouse gas emissions are produced by for only 5% of the worlds population. (Btu) of energy is released when lighting a match and quadrillion Btu of energy billion would be saved if industri al and commercial buildings reduced their energy consumption by 10%. as much electricity is used Approximate monthly room home in Guantanamo Jacksonville, Fla. Energy costs more in Guantanamo due to the bases isolation from local resources.) Approximate monthly energy cost of a Bachelors room in Guantanamo Bay. 40%Approximate percentage of energy created by petroleum B Y THE NUMBER* 3.31million gallons (approximate) of water was consumed by Guantanamo residents in March 2011. $3.84 national average price for a gallon of gasoline as of April 18, up 53 cents from April 11. POWER Y OURS Numbers gathered from EnergyStar.gov, FuelEconomy.gov, and State.gov