Holloman Base BulletinHolloman Base Bulletin

All events geared towards members of the Holloman AFB community need to be de-conflicted with the 49th Wing event calendar.

12 January 2018

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Events in Your Community

HAFB Duck Hunting Season 2017-2018 – Lagoon G hunting is limited to individuals with: • Access to Holloman AFB

• NM State Hunting License – bring documentation

• Migratory Bird Hunting & Conservation Stamp – bring stamps

• Complete Lagoon G Hunting Safety Brief (signed certificate upon completion of training)

• Paid one-time $25 hunting fee (Check or Money Order only)

Approved Hunt Dates:

Jan 18

6-7

20-21

For training or information, please call Ramón or David at 572-3931.

Open Mic Acoustic Instrument Night – 12 Jan, 5:30pm. Patron’s Hall, 1106 New York Ave – Contact us at 575-488-2185 for more information.

Friday Night Flix – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – 12 Jan, 7pm – 8:45. Flickinger Center, 1110 New York Ave. Cost $5, Rated PG-13 – High school student Ferris Bueller wants a day off from school and he’s developed an incredibly sophisticated plan to pull it off. He talks his friend Cameron into taking his father’s prized Ferrari and with his girlfriend Sloane head into Chicago for the day. While they are taking in what the city has to offer school Principal Ed Rooney is convinced that Ferris is, not for the first time, playing hooky for the day and is hell bent to catch him out. Ferris has anticipated that, much to Rooney’s chagrin.

Magic the Gathering – Rivals of Ixalan PreRelease – 13 Jan, midnight and 2pm. Rocket City Gaming Lounge, 1200 N. White Sands Blvd. Cost $25 – Our first MTG Pre-release event, for the all-new Rivals of Ixalan release! Registration is open now, and seats are limited, so be sure to secure yours today! Contact Rocket City at 575-437-7600 for more information.

The Art of Wine – “Winter Wonderland” – 14 Jan, 1pm – 4pm. Heart of the Desert, 7288 Hwy 54/70. Cost $35, includes all supplies and first glass of wine – No painting experience required. Learn to paint step-by-step under the guidance of local artist, Xochitl Flores. Canvas and all tools needed to create your masterpiece included. Afternoon starts with a wine tasting and glass of wine to take back to your art station…wine inspires creativity! Additional glasses of wine available for purchase ($6 – $7 each). Apron or smock recommended to protect clothes. Ticket must be purchased prior to event. Fee is non-refundable, but name reservation transfer is acceptable call 575-434-0035 for reservations.

Fee FREE – Carlsbad Caverns National Park – 15 Jan, 8:30am – 6:30pm. Carlsbad Caverns National Park – If you haven’t been to Carlsbad Caverns, 15 January is the day! Park entrance fees will waived for the day.

Countrified Live Music – 16 Jan, 6:30pm – 8:30pm. Patron’s Hall, 1106 New York Ave – Contact us at 575-488-2185 for more information.

Brass Transit – 18 Jan, 7pm. Flickinger Center, 1110 New York Ave – What happens when you 8 of Canada’s most in demand musicians and singers gather together out of a common love for the greatest jazz-rock bank of all time? You get Brass Transit, Toronto’s dynamic, crowd-pleasing studio-tight Chicago tribute band. Their show includes all the hits from Chicago’s golden age, with a world-class horn section.

Magic the Gathering: Commander Format – 18 Jan, 6pm. Rocket City Gaming Lounge, 1200 N. White Sands Blvd. Warrant and Winger – 20 Jan, 8pm. Inn of the Mountain Gods – Our weekly event for Commander players! Bring your deck and play against others! As we get started with this format and gauge player interest we’ll start with casual tournament play and flat prize support, with the option to move into more competitive play and prizing if our player base requests it. Contact Rocket City at 575-437-7600 for more information.

Family Fun Films – The Adventures of Milo and Otis – 20 Jan, 11am – 12:20pm. Flickinger Center, 1110 New York Ave. Cost, Free, Rated G – The story of two animals and their adventures. Milo, the cat, and Otis, the dog, are two animals who grew up together on the same farm. One day, the two are separated and begin a journey to find each other. The adventurous, and often perilous quest finds the two animals traveling across mountains, plains, and snow-covered lands searching for one another.

Snow Ball – 20 Jan, 6-10pm. Patron’s Hall, 1106 New York Ave – Come one come all for a night of dancing! This is an all ages event. No cover and dress as fancy as you want. There will be a live DJ and food and drinks available for purchase. Contact us at 575-488-2185 for more information.

Warrant and Winger at Inn of the Mountain Gods – 20 Jan, 8pm. Inn of the Mountain Gods – Ticket costs vary. Visit https://innofthemountaingods.com/event/warrant-and-winger/ for more information.

Rent – 20th Anniversary Tour – 20 Jan, 7:30pm. Plaza Theater, 125 Pioneer Plaza, El Paso, TX – In 1996, an original rock musical by a little-known composer opened on Broadway…and forever changed the landscape of American theatre. Two decades later, Jonathan Larson’s RENT continues to speak loudly and defiantly to audiences across generations and all over the world. And now, this Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award® winning masterpiece returns to the stage in a vibrant 20th anniversary touring production. A re-imagining of Puccini’s La Bohème, RENT follows an unforgettable year in the lives of seven artists struggling to follow their dreams without selling out. With its inspiring message of joy and hope in the face of fear, this timeless celebration of friendship and creativity reminds us to measure our lives with the only thing that truly matters — love. Contact 915-231-1100 for more information or visit https://visitelpaso.com/events/24457.

Antique Treasures Show – 21 Jan, 12pm – 4pm. NM Farm and Ranch Heritage Museum, Las Cruces, NM – There will be numerous vendors and antique appraisals. Museum fee applies. Contact 575-522-4100 for more information.

Portland Cello Project – 22 Jan, 6pm. Carrizozo School Old Gym, 800 D. Ave, Carrizozo, NM – Free to the public. Visit www.carrizozomusic.org or call 575-648-2757 for more information.

Flickinger Film League – Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon – 22 Jan, 7pm. Flickinger Center, 1110 New York Ave. Cost, 3 movie membership, $15; 6 movie membership $25; 12 movie membership, $50. Rated PG13 – In 19th century Qing Dynasty China, a warrior gives his sword, Green Destiny, to his lover to deliver to safe keeping, but it is stolen, and the chase is on to find it. The search leads to the House of Yu where the story takes on a whole different level.

Lunch and Learn in Cloudcroft – Business Taxes – 23 Jan, 11am – 2pm. Michael Nivison Library, Meeting Room, 90 Swallow Place, Cloudcroft, NM – Did you know that New Mexico business owners are required to report their gross revenue to the State of New Mexico and pay gross receipts tax based on that revenue? In this FREE CLASS, you will receive an overview of gross receipts reporting and tax rates. This class will cover the basics of exemptions and deductions, tax forms, Non-taxable Transaction Certificates (NTTC’s) and electronic filing. This workshop will also provide an overview of federal and state income tax requirements as they relate to small business owners. Learn about Unemployment tax, Self-employment tax, 1040 estimated payments and the 1040 Schedule C. Get answers to your questions by attending this important workshop. Contact Kathleen Hodgkinson art 575-439-3660 for more information or to sign-up.

Those Who Start the Journey with You SeldomFinish – 24 Jan, 8am – 9am. HAFB Education Center, Bldg 224, Rm 208 – Explore the idea of professionalism with PACE trained Civilian Professionalism Development Program facilitators. Contact Jamie Crowell at 572-3974 to sign up or for more information.

New Mexico – Destination Otero – 25 Jan, 5:30pm – 9pm. Tays Event Center, 2235 N. Scenic Drive. Cost $50 – World-renowned speaker James Crupi PhD will be bringing his strategic planning ideas and leadership ideas to our wonderful community. Become a forward thinker and make a difference. Please plan on joining us for this Must-Attend Chamber of Commerce Event. Please call or come by the Alamogordo Chamber of Commerce to make your reservation. Dinner will be served by Hitch-N-Post at 6:00 PM. NM Wine and Craft Beer will be served by Heart of The Desert. Call 575-437-6120 for more information.

Rodney Carrington Live – 26 Jan, 7pm. Abraham Chavez Theater. One Civic Center Plaza, El Paso, TX – Rodney Carrington is a multi-talented comedian, actor, singer and writer who recorded eight major record label comedy albums, which have sold millions of copies. Rodney’s popularity derives, in large part, from his connection with his audience, both at his live shows, and through social media. With a major tour and Netflix special on the way, you won’t want to miss out on this hilarious show! Please note this show is for mature audiences only. Visit https://rodneycarrington.com/ or call 915-231-1100 for more information.

Los Desarraigados – 26 Jan, 7pm – 8:30pm. Chamizal National Memorial Theater, 800 S. San Marcial, El Paso, TX. Cost, $10 general admission, $8 for seniors (65+), military, and students. Written by J. Humberto Robles sixty years ago, “Los Desarraigados” still resonates today. It tells the story of an attractive, well-to-do young woman from Mexico City whose unexpected arrival in El Paso at the house of a working class Mexican American family forces them to confront their own identity and place in American society. Contact 915-540-3813 or email lrodr449@gmail.com for more information.

Downtown El Paso Barstool Open – 27 Jan, 11am – 3pm. 325 N. Kansas St, El Paso, TX. Cost $60 per team – The Barstool Open presented by Miller Lite and Topgolf is a miniature golf tournament where teams of four will compete to win prizes! The tournament will consist of nine different miniature golf holes located at seven different bars within Downtown El Paso #DTEP. Teams will go from bar to bar to play each hole until all 9 holes have been played. Prizes will be given for Best Team Name, Best Team Outfits/Costumes, Low Team Score, Low Individual Score, Holes in One, and more! Visit https://raceadventuresunlimited.com/The-Barstool-Open-Presented-By-Miller-Lite-And-Topgolf/2009/details for more information.

Mine Tour – Franklin Mountains State Park – 27 Jan, 10am. Tom Mays Unit of Franklin Mountain States Park, El Paso, TX. Cost $25 (18+), $15 (5-17 years of age) – Join an exclusive tour into the copper mine located in the Tom Mays Unit of Franklin Mountains State Park. We’ll unlock the gate at the mine shaft entrance and take a small group into this mysterious mine shaft for a tour to learn about the geology and history of El Paso and the Franklins. No climbing is necessary, just one tight squeeze to enter the mine. YOU MUST CALL 915-526-1091 to make a reservation and prepay for this adventure. Cancellations more than 48 hours in advance will receive 50% refunds. No refunds within 48 hours. Three tours will be held and begin promptly at 10am, noon and 2pm. We’ll meet at the Mundy’s Gap Trailhead inside the Tom Mays Unit of Franklin Mountains State Park. BE PROMPT! Total tour time is approximately 90 minutes. Wear comfortable clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty. There is a 1/4-mile walk on a rocky trail from the parking area to the mine entrance. Temperature inside the mine is a relatively constant 65ºF. No food or drink allowed inside the mine. Bring a working flashlight, if possible. Hardhats/helmets will be supplied.

El Paso Spring Home Show – 26 – 28 Jan, times vary. El Paso Convention Center. Cost, $7.75, or buy one get on free online – Spring forward to the El Paso Spring Home Show as it returns to the El Paso Convention Center January 26th – January 28th, 2018. Shop hundreds of booths full of new innovative products, ideas, and services to update the inside and outside of your home at HUGE savings! Tour a trendy “Tiny Home” inside the show, enjoy a great line-up of seminars and demos from HGTV guests, stroll through gorgeous landscape displays, and register to win thousands of dollars in prizes, and much more! El Paso Spring Home show will also be featuring a Pet Expo this year!! Contact 816-223-2829 or visit http://www.homeshowelpaso.com/ for more information.

Saturday Night Special – Sgt Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – 27 Jan, 7pm. Flickinger Center, 1110 New York Ave. Cost $5, Rated PG. Contact the Flickinger

Youth Activities

Education

• The initial/follow up Tuition Assistance Briefing is now available in virtual format! If you need this counseling in order to register for TA, you can find the briefing at this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3zCDWao1wqo, or you can search TA Briefing on youtube and it is the first video that comes up. Contact the education center for the corresponding questionnaire, and once you have watched the video and returned the questionnaire to us, we can update your AFVEC account.

• Commissioning – if you are interested in becoming an Officer, there will be having a Commissioning briefing on Jan 18 at 1100 in Bldg 224, room 232.

• Higher Education – this class is for those who are separating from the military who plan to go to school. This class is designed for those working towards a Bachelor’s degree. The class is 0900-1500 on Jan 25 in Bldg 224, room 232. This class will discuss scholarships, grants, financial aid, etc. If interested please contact Kevin Fallon at 572-3989.

• 2018 Spring registration for NMSU-A is open and runs through Jan 17th. Need Community or Leadership Opportunities, NMSUA Student Organizations need your support, drive, and involvement. Check with our campus student services department for further information or Stop by room 213, building 224 Hours M-F 1000 – 1700/1500, so I can help you get started off in the right direction, call John Hurt @ (575) 479-4318 or email: HAFBnmsua@nmsu.edu or johnhurt@nmsu.edu.

• DSST Free Retake Is BACK! Take any DSST exam between 1 Dec ’17 and 31 Jan ’18 If you do not pass on the first attempt DSST will send you a Voucher Code Number and you may retake the same DSST exam after waiting 30 days. For more info contact: Gary Misener, Coastline Community College and National Testing Center Military Site Representative Holloman AFB, NM 575.479.1045 Office Hours: Mon 08:00-12:00, Tues & Wed 08:00-14:30, Thurs 08:00-15:00, Fri 08:00-12:00. Reserve Your Seat: http://military.coastline.edu/NTC. Register for CLEP exams at: https://clepportal.collegeboard.org/

• PARK UNIVERSITY Fall II term is winding down and now it’s time to register for the Spring I term, beginning January 15th. We will be continuing the new PIRATE PATCH program, which allows us to offer more classes to Holloman students, who will be able to join classes taught in El Paso via our brand new telecommunications system. Total, there will be 5 classes offered on Holloman campus in addition to the many online classes we offer. Most of our face-to-face classes fulfill both CCAF and Park degree requirements, so if you are ready to start or continue your education we’ve got a class for you. 100% of undergraduate tuition is covered by military TA for active duty students (up to $4500/year), so what’s your excuse? Come in and talk to Adrianne in building 224, suite 213, about how to register or plan your education. Call 575-479-2337 or email holl@park.edu for more info!

Volunteer

Cub Scouts Pack 124 is looking for adult volunteers. Looking for Pack Committee Chair, Assistant Den Leaders, and more. Email cubspack124@gmail.com for more information.

Volunteer Opportunity and Free Shows! The Flickinger Center is always looking for volunteers. Volunteers have the chance to

receive FREE tickets to the events they help set-up and tear down. For more information contact Swan at info@flickingercenter.com or Keri at films@flickingercenter.com.

Meals on Wheels – The Airmen’s Council is looking for volunteers for Meals on Wheels. Every Wednesday, starting at 1030. Meeting at The Alamo Senior Center, 2201 Puerto Rico Ave, Alamogordo. The route is roughly 45-50 minutes The POC will be SrA Dylan Martin at 572-6619 or email, dylan.martin@us.af.mil.

Big Brothers Big Sisters needs volunteers! One hour, one day a week is all it takes to help a child in our community. Right now, there are 45 youth in Alamogordo waiting for a caring mentor. These kids range in age from 5 to 14 and would very much like to have a person to give them the extra one-on-one attention they need to improve their self-esteem and their grades. You can model positive characteristics through simple dialog and action. To qualify, mentors must pass a background check and be fingerprinted, have a personal interview, pass a motor vehicle check, and provide three personal references. If you think you meet these criteria and want to support your youth, please call Marjorie at 575-434-3388 ext. 8. We can help facilitate the process of matching you with one of our waiting youth. Please call!

Recurring

Friday Night Fight Night – 7pm, Rocket City Gaming Lounge, 1200 N. White Sands Blvd – Every Friday night at Rocket City we’re hosting Fight Night, brought to you by Critical Arts! Casual and competitive players alike are encouraged to come out in support of our area’s fighting game community; this is your chance to help us build the scene and play the games you love. We’ll have multiple games available for play, including Tekken 7, Injustice 2, Smash Bros., BlazBlue, Skullgirls, and more! Contact Rocket City at 575-437-7600 for more information.

Friday Night Magic – 7pm, Rocket City Gaming Lounge, 1200 N. White Sands Blvd – Friday Night Magic Standard Format at Rocket City! 5.00 entry fee, with prize support provided for round wins! This Friday and every Friday! Register by 7:00pm, play starts promptly at 7:15, right after announcements. Contact Rocket City at 575-437-7600 for more information.

Final Fantasy TCG Casual/Tournament Play – 1pm, every Sunday. Our new day and time for all things Final Fantasy TCG! Come in and play causally, or join us for an organized tournament, complete with prize support! Now every Sunday at 1:00pm! Contact Rocket City at 575-437-7600 for more information.

OPEN YEAR ROUND – Alamogordo Otero County Farmers & Crafts Market – Alamogordo’s only year round market is open every Saturday, starting 5 Nov, until May, we will be on winter hours, 9:30 – 11:00AM or sellout, at Tractor Supply, 2900 N. White Sands Blvd. Alamogordo, NM. Visit us for fresh locally grown produces and crafts, everything sold at our market is grown or produced in Otero County. We are Alamogordo’s only year round Farmers Market. If you are a produce grower or crafter and would like to join us as a vender please call Jim at 575-430-2081 or Richard at 575-491-5296 for more information. You can also find/like us at https://www.facebook.com/AlamogordoOteroCountyFarmersProduceCraftMarket.

Initial Assignment Briefs – Every Thursday, at 1400. Bldg 222, Rm 112 – All members who have been notified of an Assignment will be expected to attend this briefing. This is to ensure we are meeting all suspenses on our end; as well as ensuring each member is aware of what is expected of them, and the importance of out processing in a timely manner. Each member attending will be required to bring the following items: vRED, SGLI, 1172 DEERS Printout (if applicable) and page 8 of their initial assignment brief. All other documentation will be handed out at these briefs.

National Federation of Federal Employees (NFFE) Local 1031 Union General Membership Meeting. Occurs Every 4th Thursday of the Month at 1645 Hrs. We meet at the Community Activity Center (CAC)/Coyote Room. For more information contact Mr. Mike Davis at Comm: (575) 679-1281 / DSN: 349-1281 / Cell: (575) 430-6421

Daily Dish – 1100-1300 Mon – Fri at Club Holloman. Fresh and delicious dishes served daily Check www.hollomanfss.com for menus.

** Noodles is closed for renovation but we will be offering daily noodle and pasta dish**

Every Friday Member Appreciation Appetizer Buffet – FREE. Non- Members $10 – Club Holloman, Membership does not require credit card and can sign up with any employee.

Personal Property and Passenger Travel – Hours of Operation and contact information o Monday – Friday: 0830-1500

o PPM (DITY) Move Scale, Bldg 311: Monday – Friday, 0800-1200

o Personal Property – 575-572-3489

o Passenger Travel – 575-572-7288

o PPM (DITY) Move Scale – 575-572-7104

UDM/UHM ASIMS User Training – Every 3rd Thursday at 1400, Public Health provides initial/refresher training on ASIMS (IMR/DRHA) for all UDM/UHM’s. Please come out if you are a newly appointed UDM/UHM or are in need of some assistance using ASIMS. Public Health is located in the Medical Group, Bldg 15. POC: SrA Sievers/SrA Tague/SrA Gilbert at 572-5336.

Shroud Exhibit and Museum– Free Turin Shroud interactive exhibit offering a backlit, full-sized picture, the only interactive VP8 Image Analyzer 3D experience, NM Shroud research, etc. Our goal is make the Shroud available to all including the vision impaired. Shroud Exhibit And Museum, Inc., is a non-profit New Mexico corporation, IRS granted tax exempt 501(c)(3) public charity, listed in the Official Catholic Directory & sustained through your tax deductible donations & our wonderful volunteers. Call (575) 415-5206 or visit http://shroudnm.com

Free Issue! – Free Items and Hazardous Material/Waste Reduction – Hazardous Material Pharmacy (HazMart) has Free Issue Items that are authorized as mission related. We also have items that do not require authorization, like latex paints, Mr. Clean, Clorox Bleach, and Bar Soap to name a few. This is referred to as the recycling and reutilization program that saves the base monies for disposal and saves organizational funds cost. So, save your money, come see us and get these items for free!

HazMart Free Issue Program donates items like caulking, glues, oils, to Non-Profit agencies i.e. the Boy Scouts, High Schools etc. HazMart is located in building 806 and can be reached at 572-7899 or 572-3093.

Military Spouse Preference (MSP) Program– Military spouses, are you interested in employment as a Federal civilian employee? If so, contact the Civilian Personnel Section, 572-7202, as you may be eligible for Priority Placement Program registration. POC: Cal Lemley at 572-7202.

Mom2Mom Breastfeeding Support Group – Every Wednesday, 1000 – 1200. Bldg 788, Annex 3.

Spouse Pre-deployment Briefing – Tuesdays, 1400 to 1500; and Thursdays, 0930 to 1030. Information is provided on support programs and services available during your spouse’s deployment. We also provide information on upcoming “Families Apart” events specifically designed to families of deployed service members.

Pre-Deployment Briefing – Tuesdays. 1400-1500; and Thursdays, 0930 to 1030. Briefing for all service members that are about to deploy. This briefing covers information about the services available both during and after deployment. Spouses are highly encouraged to attend – especially if this is the service member’s first deployment.

Spouse Reintegration Briefing – Tuesdays, 0930 to 1030; and Thursdays, 1400 to 1500, Bldg 811, Mission Support Group Conference Room. Please join us to learn about the programs and services for your family after your military spouse has returned from deployment.

Reintegration Briefing – Tuesdays, 0930 to 1030; and Thursdays; 1400 to 1500, Bldg 811, Mission Support Group Conference Room. Various base support agencies provide both service and program information tailored for military personnel returning from deployment. Spouses are highly encouraged to attend – especially if this is the service member’s first deployment.

White Sands National Monument Sunset Strolls – Monument Hours. Enjoy a leisurely one-hour ranger-guided walk through sand dunes and learn about the geology, plants, and animals of this unique area. Program starts at the sign along Dunes Drive about five miles from the visitor center. Programs are offered daily. Program is free; monument entrance fees apply.**

Skins and Skulls – Every Saturday and Sunday, 3pm – White Sands National Monument – Join a ranger in the visitor center courtyard for a 20-minute talk about the amazing animals of White Sands. Rangers will have pelts, skulls, and other props to provide you an up-close look and feel of the elusive wildlife of White Sands. Program is free.



How do I submit info?

If you would like to add an event onto the Holloman Base Bulletin, please submit your event in the following format: Name of event, date, time, and POC. All events/flyers must be e-mailed to Holloman.Bulletin@us.af.mil NLT 1200 on Wednesdays. The bulletin is sent out weekly. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the MSG admin at 572-5541.

Who can submit information?

Come one, come all and we’ll include your events. Scrapbooking, Civil War Miniature Figurine, Painting, Anime or Chess; private org events like the LRS Booster Club, the African American Heritage Association or Airmen’s Attic; professional orgs like Middle 2, the Chief’s Group, or the Air Force Association; local events, Habitat for Humanity, sports for youth, events at the Flickinger Center. Submit your event and we will add it.

My recurring event was not posted in this week’s bulletin. Do I need to re-submit my event?

No, in an effort to keep the Holloman Base Bulletin page length to a minimum, recurring events are rotated.

Is there somewhere else that I can view the bulletin?

You can link directly to the Holloman Base Bulletin by clicking on the HBB Icon at the top of the page or by visiting the website at http://www.hollomanfss.com/currentbasebulletin/

How do I submit info?

If you would like to add an event onto the Holloman Base Bulletin, please submit your event in the following format: Name of event, date, time, and POC. All events/flyers must be e-mailed to Holloman.Bulletin@us.af.mil NLT 1200 on Wednesdays. The bulletin is sent out weekly. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the MSG admin at 572-5541.

Who can submit information?

Come one, come all and we’ll include your events. Scrapbooking, Civil War Miniature Figurine, Painting, Anime or Chess; private org events like the LRS Booster Club, the African American Heritage Association or Airmen’s Attic; professional orgs like Middle 2, the Chief’s Group, or the Air Force Association; local events, Habitat for Humanity, sports for youth, events at the Flickinger Center. Submit your event and we will add it.

My recurring event was not posted in this week’s bulletin. Do I need to re-submit my event?

No, in an effort to keep the Holloman Base Bulletin page length to a minimum, recurring events are rotated.

Is there somewhere else that I can view the bulletin?

You can link directly to the Holloman Base Bulletin by clicking on the HBB Icon at the top of the page or by visiting the website at http://www.hollomanfss.com/currentbasebulletin/

How do I submit info?

If you would like to add an event onto the Holloman Base Bulletin, please submit your event in the following format: Name of event, date, time, and POC. All events/flyers must be e-mailed to Holloman.Bulletin@us.af.mil NLT 1200 on Wednesdays. The bulletin is sent out weekly. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the MSG admin at 572-5541.

Who can submit information?

Come one, come all and we’ll include your events. Scrapbooking, Civil War Miniature Figurine, Painting, Anime or Chess; private org events like the LRS Booster Club, the African American Heritage Association or Airmen’s Attic; professional orgs like Middle 2, the Chief’s Group, or the Air Force Association; local events, Habitat for Humanity, sports for youth, events at the Flickinger Center. Submit your event and we will add it.

My recurring event was not posted in this week’s bulletin. Do I need to re-submit my event?

No, in an effort to keep the Holloman Base Bulletin page length to a minimum, recurring events are rotated.

Is there somewhere else that I can view the bulletin?

You can link directly to the Holloman Base Bulletin by clicking on the HBB Icon at the top of the page or by visiting the website at http://www.hollomanfss.com/currentbasebulletin/


OTHER LINKS:


https://www.nps.gov/whsa/index.htm

http://business.alamogordo.com/events/

http://ci.alamogordo.nm.us/

http://coolcloudcroft.com/

http://lascruces.chambermaster.com/

http://elpasolive.com/calendar

http://visitelpaso.com/

http://www.nmmagazine.com/

https://www.newmexico.org/