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January 07 - January 13
  • 07
    07.January.Sunday
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  • 08
    08.January.Monday

    Transition Assistance Program GPS Workshop

    07:30 -16:30
    08-01-18-12-01-18

    Transition Assistance Program GPS Workshop
    8-12 January | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 606 | Auditorium
    Who: All separating or retiring Military Members
    What: Mandatory 5-day workshop for transitioning personnel
    Why: Congress has deemed that all separating personnel need to be prepared for life after the Air Force. This class covers financial preparedness, military to civilian skills crosswalk, job search, resume writing, interviewing, VA benefits and a small job fair. Pre-separation counseling is a pre-requisite for this class.
    Please call 720-847-6681 to register.

    Reintegration Briefings

    10:00 -10:30
    08-01-18-31-01-18

    Reintegration Briefings
    8, 10, 17, 22, 24, 29 and 31 January | 1000-1030 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Conference Room
    Who: Open to Military Members returning from deployment, extended OCONUS TDY or remote tours
    What: Briefing to help members reintegrate after deployment
    Why: Mandatory for all AF AD personnel within 4-days of returning. Open to spouses, child care is
    not available (contact A&FRC for possible childcare options). Other returning personnel are welcome to attend.
    Please call 720-847-6681 to register.

    Hearts Apart Dinner

    18:00 -19:30
    08-01-18

    Hearts Apart Dinner
    8 January | 1800-1930 | Bldg. 316 | Chapel Fellowship Hall
    Register by 5 January
    Who: Open to leadership, EFMP families, single parents and immediate family members who has a loved one currently deployed, on a remote tour or TDY for 30 days or longer on Active Duty orders.
    What: Monthly family focused support event sponsored by the Mile High Friends of Military Families
    Why: Facilitates the building of personal support networks and allows interaction with fellow deployed families and spouses from all branches of service. Please call 720-847-6681 to register.

  • 09
    09.January.Tuesday

    Transition Assistance Program GPS Workshop

    07:30 -16:30
    09-01-18-13-01-18

    Transition Assistance Program GPS Workshop
    8-12 January | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 606 | Auditorium
    Who: All separating or retiring Military Members
    What: Mandatory 5-day workshop for transitioning personnel
    Why: Congress has deemed that all separating personnel need to be prepared for life after the Air Force. This class covers financial preparedness, military to civilian skills crosswalk, job search, resume writing, interviewing, VA benefits and a small job fair. Pre-separation counseling is a pre-requisite for this class.
    Please call 720-847-6681 to register.

    Bullet Writing

    08:00 -12:00
    09-01-18

    Bullet Writing
    9 January | 0800-1200 | Bldg. 316 | Chapel Fellowship Hall
    Open to everyone
    From civilian to Active Duty, for our success and our subordinates’ success, we must all learn Air Force bullet writing. You will gain some extracting facts needed for a good bullet, building the structure and streamlining the final product.

    COM 110A: Oral Communication

    17:30 -21:30
    09-01-18-09-02-18

    Class Schedule for Colorado Christian University at Buckley Air Force Base
    COM 110A: Oral Communication
    9 January-6 February
    This course provides an introduction to principles of communication emphasizing public speaking. Aspects of verbal and nonverbal delivery, speech organization and the effective use of supporting material and presentational aids are addressed. Students give several speeches designed to better equip them for future speaking endeavors.
    Class is held at Buckley AFB Tuesday nights from 1730-2130.
    This class fulfills CCAF Speech class.

    COM 110A: Oral Communication

    17:30 -21:30
    09-01-18-06-02-18

    Class Schedule for Colorado Christian University at Buckley Air Force Base
    COM 110A: Oral Communication
    9 January-6 February
    This course provides an introduction to principles of communication emphasizing public speaking. Aspects of verbal and nonverbal delivery, speech organization and the effective use of supporting material and presentation aids are addressed. Students give several speeches designed to better equip them for future speaking endeavors. Class is held at Buckley AFB Tuesday nights from 1730-2130. This class fulfills CCAF Speech class.

  • 10
    10.January.Wednesday

    Transition Assistance Program GPS Workshop

    07:30 -16:30
    10-01-18-14-01-18

    Transition Assistance Program GPS Workshop
    8-12 January | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 606 | Auditorium
    Who: All separating or retiring Military Members
    What: Mandatory 5-day workshop for transitioning personnel
    Why: Congress has deemed that all separating personnel need to be prepared for life after the Air Force. This class covers financial preparedness, military to civilian skills crosswalk, job search, resume writing, interviewing, VA benefits and a small job fair. Pre-separation counseling is a pre-requisite for this class.
    Please call 720-847-6681 to register.

    John Maxwell, The 360 Degree Leader

    08:00 -16:00
    10-01-18

    John Maxwell, The 360 Degree Leader
    10 January | 0800-1600 | Bldg. 316 | Chapel Fellowship Hall
    Open to everyone
    This class offers specific principles for leading down, leading up and leading across. Learn how leaders can lead effectively, regardless of their position in an organization. Learn how to expand your influence and ultimately be a valuable team member.

    Parent Workshop: Brown Bag Lunch

    11:00 -12:00
    10-01-18

    Parent Workshop: Brown Bag Lunch,
    “Promoting Brain Development and Attachments”
    Who: Parents from Crested Butte and A-Basin CDCs
    What: Educational workshop for parents
    When: 10 January | 1100-1200
    Where: Crested Butte CDC
    Why: Informational meeting for parents

  • 11
    11.January.Thursday

    Transition Assistance Program GPS Workshop

    07:30 -16:30
    11-01-18-15-01-18

    Transition Assistance Program GPS Workshop
    8-12 January | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 606 | Auditorium
    Who: All separating or retiring Military Members
    What: Mandatory 5-day workshop for transitioning personnel
    Why: Congress has deemed that all separating personnel need to be prepared for life after the Air Force. This class covers financial preparedness, military to civilian skills crosswalk, job search, resume writing, interviewing, VA benefits and a small job fair. Pre-separation counseling is a pre-requisite for this class.
    Please call 720-847-6681 to register.

    Pre-Deployment Briefings

    09:30 -10:30
    11-01-18-25-01-18

    Pre-Deployment Briefings
    11 and 25 January | 0930-1030 | Bldg. 606 | A&FRC Conference Room
    Who: Open to Military Members preparing for deployment, extended OCONUS TDY or remote tours
    What: Briefing from numerous agencies to help member prepare for deployment
    Why: Mandatory for all AF AD personnel prior to departure. Open to spouses, child care is not available
    (contact A&FRC for possible childcare options). Other departing personnel are welcome to attend.
    Please call 720-847-6681 to register.

    Parent Advisory Board Meeting

    16:00 -17:00
    11-01-18

    Parent Advisory Board Meeting
    Who: Parents from Crested Butte, A-Basin, FCC, SAP and
    Youth Programs
    What: Quarterly meeting
    When: 11 January | 1600
    Where: Community Activity Center
    Why: An advisory board for parents to provide inputs to the
    programs, re-planning of activities, operational concerns/
    improvements, etc.

  • 12
    12.January.Friday

    Transition Assistance Program GPS Workshop

    07:30 -16:30
    12-01-18-16-01-18

    Transition Assistance Program GPS Workshop
    8-12 January | 0730-1630 | Bldg. 606 | Auditorium
    Who: All separating or retiring Military Members
    What: Mandatory 5-day workshop for transitioning personnel
    Why: Congress has deemed that all separating personnel need to be prepared for life after the Air Force. This class covers financial preparedness, military to civilian skills crosswalk, job search, resume writing, interviewing, VA benefits and a small job fair. Pre-separation counseling is a pre-requisite for this class.
    Please call 720-847-6681 to register.

    Informed Decisions

    08:00 -12:00
    12-01-18

    Informed Decisions
    12 January | 0800-1200 | Bldg. 606 | RM 106B
    Open to First and Second Term Airmen who are 11 to 15 months away from their date of separation.
    This informational brief is designed to assist you with making an informed decision on reenlistment or separation. We discuss in detail the following topics: Air Force Compensation, Compensation Comparison, Retraining and Assignments, Benefits, Promotions and Retention, Guard and Reserve options and Service Life Intangibles.

    2nd Friday

    15:00 -17:00
    12-01-18

    2nd Friday of the Month | 1500
    Held the 2nd Friday of each month
    Stop by Panther Den for FREE snacks (until gone) and a chance to win a $10 FSS gift card!

    Teen Night #weownfridays

    19:00 -23:00
    12-01-18

    Teen Night #weownfridays
    When: 12 January | Time: 1900-2300
    Where: Youth Programs Bldg. 350
    Who: Ages 13-18
    Cost: Free for members $2 for non-members
    What: One Friday night of every month is designated by Boys & Girls Clubs of America as #weownfridays. We will participate in team building events, team challenges, sport events and tournaments. Come by and check out what is going on this month.

    Pajama Party Lock in

    20:00 -06:00
    12-01-18-13-01-18

    Youth Center Pajama Party Lock in
    When: 12-13 January | Time: 2000-0600
    Where: Youth Programs Bldg. 350
    Who: Ages 9-18
    Cost: $15
    What: Join in on a fun filled night of games, competitions and challenges. The theme of the night: Diversity.

  • 13
    13.January.Saturday

    Snowmobile Adventure Weekend

    06:00 -19:00
    13-01-18-14-01-18

    13 January Snowmobile Adventure Weekend
    This two-day trip offers a great way to get into the mountains for the weekend. You’ll head up to Grand Lake (the snowmobile capital of Colorado) and spend two days snowmobiling and stay at the Gateway Inn. You’ll get to enjoy the evening in town and snowmobile during the day!
    Bring a guest driver for the same price or a guest rider for only $40.
    Cost: $325.00 | Uniformed Military: $160.00
    Includes: Transportation, guide, equipment, lodging and 2 lunches
    Location: Grand Lake, CO
    Minimum Age: 13
    Departs: 13 January | 0600
    Returns: 14 January | 1900