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Volume 12 Issue 4 Navy Morale, Welfare and Recreation
Naval Support Activity Bethesda April 2011
April Family Fun
Showers 5K
April 21, 2011
Eggstravaganza
Saturday, April 23, 11 am-5 pm
1200
Bldg. 56, Bowling Center
The 5K Fun Run/Walk will begin
at the MWR Fitness Center, FREE Egg Carnival & Cookout!
Bowling, Bunny photos, Kid ID’s and more!
Bldg 147. Come out and enjoy Meet Bugs Bunny and Tweety Bird
from Six Flags!
all of the festivities.
For more info call 301-295-2450.
Inside This Issue
MWR Child Development Center 2
MWR Commercial Sponsorship 3
NEX Main St. Cafe 4
MWR Leisure Travel And ITT 5-7
MWR Sports 8
MWR Bowling Center 9
Liberty and Adventure Bound 10-11
MWR Group Fitness Classes 12-13
MWR Employment Opportunities 14-15
Fleet and Family Support Office 16-17
MWR Directory 18
2 MWR Happenings
Child Development Center
Child Care
Bldg. 26
NSA Bethesda
Celebrating Month of the Military Child
Spring is in the air, we are enjoying this beautiful weather by spending as much time
as possible outdoors. What better way to celebrate Month of the Military Child than to
have “Fun In The Sun” on our new playgrounds. We invite all CDC parents to attend as
many activities with their child throughout the month as possible. Please check with your
child’s classroom for specific times.
1 April Make Fruit Smoothies
4–8 April Child Abuse Awareness Week
8 April Preschool Running Marathon (around Bldg.)
12 April Make Ice Cream
13 April Pretoddler Dance (Rooms 117, 120, 122)
14 April Pretoddler Dance (Rooms 118, 119, 121)
18 April Toddler Theatre (Room 140)
19 April Toddler Theatre (Room 139)
20 April Tie-Dye T-Shirts (Parents to bring a
white t-shirt for their child)
21 April Toddler Theatre (Room 138)
22 April Toddler Theatre (Room 137)
25 April Preschool Theatre (Room 132)
26 April Preschool Theatre (Room 133)
27 April Preschool Theatre (Room 134)
28 April Preschool Theatre (Room 135)
29 April CARNIVAL / COOK-OUT
As the warmer weather is approaching please re-
member to bring in new sunscreen and complete the
topical form for the classroom. Also check to be sure
your child has an appropriate change of clothes and
jacket. No opened-toe shoes allowed.
MWR Happenings 3
NEX– Main Street 4
MWR Happenings
MWR Happenings 5
MWR Leisure Travel Office
Amusement Park Opening Days:
Busch Gardens Williamsburg- March 26
Hershey Park- May 6 (Summer Season)
Six Flags America- April 16
Six Flags Great Adventure- April 9
Water Country- May 21
CoCo Key Hotel
and Water Resort
Orlando
7400 International
Drive
Orlando, FL.
32819
Phone: 407-351-2626
Website: www.cocokeywaterresort.com/orlando
SAVE THE MOST $$$$$$ BY BOOKING COCO KEY at ITT!
From September 30, 2010 to October 1, 2011, Active and Retired U.S. Military, including
members of the U.S. Coast Guard and active members of the National Guard or Reservists,
may purchase 4-Day Walt Disney World Armed Forces Salute Tickets for themselves and up
to five (5) family members and/or friends for $136.
The Park Hopper option allows guests to visit more than one park each day. The Base and Wa-
ter Park and More option gives guests admission to one park each day and a total of four visits
to a choice of a Disney water park, DisneyQuest Indoor Interactive Theme Park or certain
other attractions. The Hopper and Water Park and More option combines the two options.
$136 Hopper (reg. $280.25pp), $136 Base and Water Park and More (reg. $280.25pp) and
Hopper, and Water option for $162pp (reg. $332.75pp)
All tickets and options are non-transferable. Block out dates 12/27– 12/31/2010 and 4/17-
4/23/2011 All locations. 7/4/2011 Magic Kingdom only.
Tickets are available for purchase at the MWR ITT now. Tickets will expire October 1,
2011.This offer is not valid for Public Health Service or Military personnel of foreign nations.
MWR Leisure Travel and ITT
Currently located in Bldg 2, Room 1414, on Main Street!
(301) 295-0434 / Mon-Fri 0730-1600
6 MWR Happenings
ITT
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL MWR $ Gate $
MOVIES
AMC/ Loews Theaters SILVER Ticket (movie out at least 2 weeks) 6.50
AMC/ Loews Theaters GOLD Ticket (NO restrictions) 8.00
AMC Bundle (2 GOLD tickets, 2 small drink vouchers, 1 small popcorn voucher) 25.75
Regal Cinemas/United Artists VIP (movie out at least 2 weeks) 7.00
Regal Cinemas/United Artists Premiere (NO restrictions) 8.00
AMUSEMENT PARKS (FLORIDA)
DISNEY WORLD –other ticket options available by special order
3-day Base (adult)/ (child: ages 3-9) expires 14 days after date of 1st use 220.00/198.50 238.56/ 215.13
3-day w/ Park Hopper (adult)/ (child: ages 3-9) expires 14 days after date of 1st use 272.50/251.00 296.07/ 272.64
4-day Base (adult)/(child: ages 3-9) expires 14 days after date of 1st use 227.75/205.25 247.08/ 222.59
4-day w/ Park Hopper (adult)/ (child: ages 3-9) expires 14 days after date of 1st use 280.25/258.00 304.59/ 280.10
Sea World, Orlando (adult) / (child: ages 3-9) ages 2 and under FREE 69.25/60.50 85.19/ 74.54
Univ Studios Orlando (adult)/ (child: ages 3-9) 1-Day Base (ages 2 and under FREE) 84.25/ 76.00 87.33/78.81
Univ Studios Orlando (adult)/ (child: ages 3-9) 2-Day Base (ages 2 and under FREE) 113.00/100.25 133.12/119.27
Univ Studios Orlando (adult)/ (child: ages 3-9) 3-Day Base (ages 2 and under FREE) 120.75/106.75 149.09/133.12
Univ Studios Orlando (adult/)/ (child ages 3-9) 1-Day Park to Park (ages 2 and under F) 112.50/104.50 119.28/110.76
Univ Studios Orlando (adult/)/ (child ages 3-9) 2-Day Park to Park (ages 2 and under F) 125.25/113.25 154.42/140.57
Univ Studios Orlando (adult/)/ (child ages 3-9) 3-Day Park to Park (ages 2 and under F) 132.25/118.50 165.07/149.09
AMUSEMENT PARKS (LOCAL)
Busch Gardens Williamsburg (adult)/(child: ages 3-9) 55.25/44.50 63.99/53.99
Hershey Park (adult)/ child: ages 3-8, senior: ages 55-69)) 40.50/28.75 53.95/32.95
Kings Dominion (48” or taller) 31.50 42.99
Six Flags America (ages 2 and older, over 48”) 24.00 49.99
Six Flags America Season Pass 59.50 59.99
Six Flags Great Adventure (N.J.) 2-park 32.50
Six Flags Great Adventure (N.J.) 3-park 56.25
Water Country USA Williamsburg (adult)/ (child: ages 3-9) 39.00/31.50 46.99/ 39.99
MWR Happenings 7
ITT
ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL MWR $ GATE $
SKIING (LIBERTY, SKI ROUNDTOP, WHITETAIL) CONTINUED
LOCAL ATTRACTIONS
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum (ages 13 & up)/ Get child ticket (2-12) at gate for 9.00 14.00
$8.00
Baltimore Aquarium (adult)/ (child: ages 3-11) 22.50/ 17.25 24.95/
Baltimore Aquarium (active military/ immediate family) 19.25 24.95
Colonial Williamsburg Freedom Pass (one full year) (adult) (youth: ages 6-17) 51.75/ 25.75 58.00/ 29.00
Colonial Williamsburg Military Key to City Pass (2 consecutive days) 32.50/ 16.00 46.00/ 23.00
(adult) (youth: ages 6-17)
Luray Caverns (adult)/(child: ages 7-13, under 7 FREE with an adult) 17.25/ 9.00 21.00/ 10.00
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament (adult) 40.50 62.44
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament (child: ages 4-12) 33.50 39.94
3 & under must sit on lap & share meal
National Museum of Crime and Punishment (adult) (child: ages 5-11) 14.00 18.98/ 15.81
Tourmobile: DC-Arlington Cemetery (adult)/ (child: ages 3-11) 25.50/ 12.25 27.00/ 13.00
SPIRIT CRUISES
Lunch (12-2 pm) Mon.-Sat. (Jan. 1– Dec. 31, 2011) /child 3-13 46.25/ 23.75 53.17/ 26.59
Dinner (7-10 pm) Sun.-Thurs. (Jan. 1-Dec. 30, 2011) /child 3-13 82.25/ 42.00 94.77/ 47.35
Dinner (7-10 pm) Fri. (Jan. 1-Dec. 30, 2011) , child 3-13 price same as adult 88.00 101.27
Dinner (7-10 pm) Sat. (Jan. 1– Dec. 30, 2011) , child 3-13 price same as adult 101.50 116.87
Mt. Vernon Excursion (8:30am-1:30 pm) Mar. 14-Oct. 27, 2011/ child 3-13 41.00/ 34.00 47.67/37.25
ODYSSEY CRUISES
Lunch Mon.-Fri. (Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 2011)/ child 3-11 60.50/30.00 67.70/33.85
Brunch Sat.-Sun. (Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 2011)/ child 3-11 75.00/40.00 86.32/43.16
Dinner Sun.-Thurs. (Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 2011)/ child 3-11 111.00 127.55
Dinner Fri. (Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 2011)/ child 3-11 114.00 131.54
Dinner Sat. (Jan. 1-Dec. 31, 2011)/ child 3-11 131.50 151.49
8 MWR Happenings
MWR Sports
Your Sports Office is located inside of the Comfort Zone, Bldg
147. You can reach Jack Jackson, your Sports Manager, at (301)
295-0031, or [email protected] or stop by the Comfort
Zone.
SOFTBALL
BATTER UP!!!!!!!!!!!!
The Naval Support Activity MWR Sports Office is conducting our
Spring
Intramural Softball League. These Games will be played at the
Forest Glen Annex. All teams or individuals interested in par-
ticipating, please contact Jack Jackson.
RACQUETBALL
The Naval Support Activity MWR Sports Office, in conjunction
with the Walter Reed Sports Office is conducting an Intramural
Racquetball League. We are also looking for individuals to rep-
resent Walter Reed and the Naval Support Activity MWR's at this
year's Washington Area Military Athletic Conference Varsity Rac-
quetball Tournament.
5K
April Showers 5K
April 21, 2011 @ 1200
The 5K Fun Run/Walk will begin at the MWR Fitness Center, Bldg
147. Come out and enjoy all of the festivities. For more info
call (301)295-2450.
MWR Happenings 9
Bowling Center
301-295-2034
Bldg. 56
Have a Bowling
Birthday Party!
Birthday Party Package
 1 or 1-1/2 hours* Bowling
 Shoe Rental
 1/2 hour in Party Room
 Food & Beverage-choices
 Hamburger, Hot Dog, Grilled Cheese
or Chicken Nuggets
-with French Fries & Beverage
 Pizza & Beverage
Sunday 1 pm – 8 pm
$14-$16* per person
Monday* 10 am – 10 pm
RESERVATIONS 301-295-2060/2034
Tuesday 10 am – 10 pm
Wednesday 3 pm – 10 pm
PIN FALL CAFÉ Thursday
Friday
3 pm – 10 pm
1 pm – Midnight
Breakfast Menu: Saturday 10 am – Midnight
French Toast $3.00
Hot Cakes $3.00
Egg Sandwich $3.25 OPEN PLAY RATES
Side of Bacon $1.75 NNMC League Bowlers:
Coffee $1.25 $2.25 per game Mon–Fri until 6 pm
Tea $1.25 $3.00 per game Mon–Fri after 6 pm
$3.25 per game All Day Sat/Sun/Holidays
Big Breakfast: $3.50 per game During Rock & Bowl
2 Eggs, Hash Browns, Bacon and Coffee Authorized Patrons/Guests:
Only $4.50 $2.50 per game Mon–Fri until 6 pm
$3.25 per game Mon-Fri after 6 pm
PIN FALL CAFÉ is open for Breakfast 0900-1200 $3.25 per game All Day Sat/Sun/Holidays
$3.50 per game During Rock & Bowl
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday,
Friday & Saturday Shoe Rental: $2.50 All patrons
10 MWR Happenings
Liberty
The Zone is open to Wounded Warriors,
E1-E6 Single/ Unaccompanied military, and
Geo-Bachelors in the barracks.
Free Movie Showings, Popcorn and Snacks DAILY!
Leather recliners, HD TV, WiFi /laptops, Gaming
Stations for WIi and Xbox with all the latest games!
You may now sign up for Trips/Events in the Liberty Zone-
See LZ Staff for Schedule!
PROGRAM NEWS AND UPDATES!
-EVERY MONDAY IS BOWLING NIGHT at the Bethesda Naval Bowl-
ing Center. What does that mean for you? For single E1-E6,
wounded warriors, and geographical bachelors you get endless
amount of games and one pair of rental shoes for FREE! YES, FREE!
There is a sign-up sheet at the reception desk in the Bowling Center.
Present your ID and you're ready to go. This starts at 1700 and goes
on until 2000.
- WE NOW OFFER COMMISSARY RUNS!!!!!!! Need a trip to the gro-
cery store but you don't have the transportation to get there? Well
come with us! Every month we offer 2 trips to the commissary. It is
held on the Saturday of every pay day. Departure time will be 0830 in
front of Building 61. Sign up to go to the commissary will be in the Lib-
erty Zone or you can call us to put your name on the list. We need at
least 5 people to go for each trip. If the trip is canceled we will call/text
to notify you.
MWR Happenings 11
***Liberty in APRIL 2011***
DC IMPROV: DC Cherry
Judah Friedlander Blossom Festival
1 April 2011 2 APRIL 2011
* TIME: 1830 * TIME: 1100
* COST: $11.75 L/ * COST: FREE
$23.50 G There will be cultural per-
Judah Friedlander ap- formances, martial art
peared in MEET THE PAR- demonstrations, art ven-
ENTS, ZOOLANDER, WET dors, food, and a paddle
HOT AMERICAN SUMMER, boat ride around the Tidal
plus he's currently on the Basin if you wish to do
acclaimed NBC comedy so. We will close off the
30 ROCK, co-starring night with the fireworks
Tina Fey & Alec Baldwin. festival at Water Street.
HORSEBACK
ZIP LINING RIDING
OBSTACLE TRAIL
COURSE @ 16 APRIL
GO APE! 2011
9 APRIL * TIME:
2011 1200
* TIME:  COST:
1200
$25.00 L/
* COST:
$50.00 G
$27.50 L/
$55.00 G Two hours of
The treetop horseback
adventure riding on
course is Misty Manor
made up of numerous rope ladders, 34 crossings to include Farm. Misty Manor has access to many miles of beautiful
the Giants Leap and Cacapon Crossing, 2 tarzan wooded trails, parkland, flowing streams, and breathtaking
swings and 5 zip lines. views of the Liberty Reservoir .
PASSPORT DINNER: DAVE & KINGS DOMINION!!!! NASCAR @ RICHMOND
BUSTER!!!! 23 APRIL 2011 30 APRIL 2011
22 APRIL 2011 * TIME: 0900 * TIME: 0700
* TIME: 1830 * COST: $17.50 L/$35.00 G * COST: $90.00 Liberty/$180.00 Guest
 COST: $10.00 L/$20.00 G The price includes entry ticket, Green
Fun times waits at Dave and Buster. DO WE NEED TO SAY MORE? Well Zone pass, pre-race Pit Pass, and
The cost includes a choice of 9 en- maybe just the price includes your transportation. The Green Zone in-
trees, $10.00 game card, and tip for ticket into the amusement park. ^_^ cludes appetizers, all you can eat din-
the wait staff. ner buffet, unlimited sodas and water.
12 MWR Happenings
BODYFLOW
A class that reinforces flexibility and strength, combining the best of Yoga, Tai Chi and Pilates. Truly a fitness
class for the 21st Century, BODYFLOW brings mind and body into perfect harmony. Try this revolutionary,
holistic approach to fitness.
BODYCOMBAT
BODYCOMBAT combines moves and stances developed from a range of self-defense disciplines such as ka-
rate, boxing, Tai Chi, and kickboxing. It is a fiercely energetic experience taught in a safe and simplistic manner.
Group Fitness Classes from MWR
Designed to fight fat and kick calories, it is a great cardiovascular workout that's all out fun.
BODYJAM
Some of the world's top dance choreographers update BODYJAM every three months to guarantee a funky
blend of cardiovascular fitness and urban culture. A great way to get the maximum fun out of your workout, as
you move into shape to the sounds of modern dance music.
BODYPUMP
A rapid fat-burning class that uses barbells to give you the fastest way to tone and condition muscles! After an
exhaustive study, BODYPUMP was verified by The University of Auckland as providing the fastest body fat
loss of any fitness class.
BODYSTEP
BODYSTEP is the ultimate way to give your body a high energy cardio blast and tone the hips and thighs. With
over 2,000 steps per session you'll see results in record time. Get in step with one of the best fitness classes the
world has to offer.
BODYATTACK
Boot Camp
A combination of circuit training, plyometrics, and agility work using bands, balls and weights. Excellent for
building cardio endurance and core strength.
Pilates
A discipline that focuses on the alignment of the body, increased agility and posture. "A flexible spine is a
healthy spine at any age" -Joseph Pilates.
Sculpt/ABS
This class will develop muscle endurance using light weights with very high repetitions to create strong lean
muscles without excess bulk. All fitness levels will be challenged.
SPINNING
Get into the best shape of your life! This class offers all levels of participants an opportunity to blast calories and
get into shape fast Towel and water recommended.
Yoga
A combination of balance, concentration, flexibility and strength training. Yoga is the perfect class to help you
relax your mind and your spirit.
Group Fitness Classes are held at the MWR Fitness Center, Bldg. 147
Monday-Friday 5AM-9PM
Weekends and Holidays 9AM-6PM
www.quickscores.com/comfortzone
MWR Happenings 13
Group Fitness Schedule- Bldg. 147
14 MWR Happenings
MWR includes the Child Development Center, Fitness Center, Bowling Center,
MWR Employment
Liberty Program, MWR Galley (coming soon), and Administrative Offices.
Child and Youth Program
Assistants Needed!
*Are you 18 years of age or older? 
*Do you have a high school diploma or GED? 
*Love working with children?  
*Want to start a career in child development? 
If so, the MWR NSA Bethesda Child Development Center
is looking for YOU!
Salary: $13.69—$16.79 per hour* 
  *pay rate depends on education and/or experience 
Holidays off! Minimal weekends! Benefits available!
  Interested applicants should apply online at www.dcjobs.com (keyword: MWR) AND be 
sure to fax copy of high school diploma, GED or college transcripts (official or unofficial).  If ap‐
plicable, also include CDA or MSA and/or DOD module certificates.  Applications are also avail‐
able in Building 11, across from room 285, and may be submitted to Building 11, room 285.   
Fax Number: 301‐295‐1164.   
Applications without proof of education (diploma, GED, transcripts, etc)
will NOT be considered!
“The Department of the Navy is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates will
receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital
status, political affiliation, sexual orientation or any other non-merit factor. Reasonable accommodations will
be made for qualified applicants or employees with disabilities. The decision on granting reasonable accom-
modation will be on a case-by-case basis.”
MWR Happenings 15
MWR includes the Child Development Center, Fitness Center, Bowling Center,
MWR Employment
Liberty Program, MWR Galley (coming soon), and Administrative Offices.
For other MWR job opportunities, please visit  
www.dcjobs.com  
(keyword: MWR) or the MWR HRO in Building 11, Rooms 285 & 289.   
**MWR JOB OPENINGS COMING SOON!!** 
‐Food Service Workers     
‐Cooks     
‐Cashiers   
‐Supply Clerks   
‐Shift Supervisors     
‐Recreation Aids/Assts. 
**These job positions are NOT yet posted.
Please do NOT submit applications until posted.**
For additional information or any questions, please contact Ernie 
or Ilana in the MWR HRO at 301‐295‐0936 or 301‐295‐1622. 
“The Department of the Navy is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. All qualified candidates will
receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital
status, political affiliation, sexual orientation or any other non-merit factor. Reasonable accommodations will
be made for qualified applicants or employees with disabilities. The decision on granting reasonable accom-
modation will be on a case-by-case basis.”
Fleet & Family Support Office Bldg.11 Room 148 16
MWR Happenings
MWR Happenings 17
 Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW): Medical records screening for transitioning service members.
Fleet & Family Support Office
Appointments necessary. Location: Bldg 50, Room 101 Hours: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm, Friday only
 5 April - Federal Employment Applications - This class is designed for the beginners. Learn resources to locate
Federal vacancy announcements, how to read a job vacancy announcement and tips on writing an effective
federal resume.
Location: Bldg 11, Room 158. Time: 11:00 am - 1:00 pm.
 7 April - ADECCO Staffing Employment Registration – Schedule your hour appointment to register and interview
for short-term, long-term, and direct hire permanent placement employment opportunities.
Location: Bldg 11, Room 142b Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
 7, 21, 28 April - Active Parenting Part - This 3 session program teaches parents how to raise a child by using
encouragement, building the child’s self-esteem, and creating a relationship with the child.
Location: Bldg 11, Room 158 Time: 12:00 am - 2:00 pm
 7, 14, 21, 28 - Anger Management - Do you find yourself racing from zero to 60 at work or at home? Have friends
mentioned you are a stress grenade at work? This 4 session, eight hour series is designed to identify
your stressors; develop positive ways of expression; and means to communicate with others. Loca-
tion: Bldg, 11, Room 158 Time: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
 11-15 April - Transition Assistance Program **For Separates and Retirees** Registration is required. Contact
the Career Development Office at 301-295-6483 / 5210 to register. Location: Bldg
11, Room 158 Time: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Bldg. 11 Room 148
 11-15 April - Victim Advocate Training - This 30 hour initial training course is for command sexual assault Victim
Advocates. It will discuss the process of helping a sexual assault victim and the interactions with both military and
civilian organizations. Open to Active Duty Military only. Location: Amer-
ica Building , First Floor Conference Room 1118 Time: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
 12 April – Personal Financial Management (PFM) **By appointments only** Contact the FFSC to schedule
your one hour confidential appointment.
Location: Bldg 11, Room 111. Hours: 8:00 am - 3:00 pm
 13 April - Pre-Deployment Briefing - This is a basic information brief offered for service members and their spouses
who are preparing for deployment. Guest speakers include the command CIAC, NMCRS, Red Cross, Legal Assis-
tance, Financial Specialist, Tricare, Command Ombudsman and Pastoral Care. Location:
TBD Time: 9:00 am - 12:15 pm
 14 April - Car Buying - How do you buy a used or new car and not get taken? Learn how to secure the best financ-
ing and choose the right vehicle for you!
Location: Bldg 11, Room 111 Time: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
 14 April - Maryland Workforce Exchange - Schedule your hour appointment to discuss employment opportuni-
ties and training services to vets and their family members.
Location: Bldg 11, Room 148b. Time: 9:30 am - 12:00 pm.
 18 April - Troops to Teachers: - Interested in starting a second career as a teacher? Troops to Teachers will be con-
ducting their “Teaching as a Second Career” brief for those transitioning service members who are interested in
learning more about eligibility, certification, and employment opportunities.
Contact the Fleet and Family Support Center to register for the above workshops!
18 MWR Happenings
Liberty Zone- Bldg. 11
301-295-4727
Open for Wounded Warriors,
Quality of Life Director
E1-E6, E1-E9 Geo Bachelors Child Development Center
Bldg.11 Rm. 295
Monday-Thursday 0900-2200 Bldg. 26
Bob Killion 301-295-0935
Friday-Saturday 0900-2300 301-295-0167 Front Desk
[email protected]
Sunday & Holidays 0900-2200 Monday-Friday 0600-1800
Administrative Officer Jamila Aziz, CDPA,
PH 301-319-8431, 240-418-1955 [email protected]
Bldg. 11 Rm. 293
John Rauckhorst, Liberty Manager
Jane Bonheim 301-295-0956
[email protected] Fitness Center
PH 301-613-7032 Bldg. 147
Lulu Liang, Liberty Asst. 301-295-2450 Front Desk
Management Assistant
Bldg. 11 Rm. 283 Open Monday-Friday 0500-2100
Bowling Center, Bldg. 56 Saturday, Sundays 0900-1800
Chita Cajigal 301-295-3577
301-295-2034/2060 Holidays 0900-1800
[email protected]
Booking holiday parties!
Open Wendy Tompkins, Manager
Accounting/ UNIT FUNDS
Sunday 1300–2000 [email protected]
Bldg. 11 Rm. 273
Monday-Tuesday 1000–2200
301-295-1238/1279
Wednesday-Thursday 1500–2200 Bryan Jackson, Aquatics/Fitness
Friday 1300–2400 [email protected]
Procurement
Saturday 1000–2400
Bldg. 11 Rm. 279
Lorrie Kelley 301-295-1149 Amanda Kozay, Aquatics/Fitness
Noel Dysart, Manager [email protected]
[email protected]
[email protected]
Human Resources Dwight “Jack” Jackson, Sports
MWR Leisure Travel-ITT [email protected]
Bldg. 11 Rms. 285 & 289
Bldg. 2 Room 1402-C
Ernie Miguel 301-295-0936
301-295-0434
[email protected]
Open Monday-Friday 0730-1600
Ilana Elfassi 301-295-1622
Richard Moy, ITT Manager
[email protected]
301-295-5432
[email protected]
Marketing
Bldg. 11 Rm. 291
Kumi Phelps
Jenny Charlson 301-295-1046
301-295-0434
[email protected]
[email protected]
Commercial Sponsorship
Gigi Layug
Bldg. 11 Rm. 281
301-295-0434
Kathleen Pettaway 301-319-4220
[email protected]
[email protected]


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