'Drop Zone' reopens; Bowling, menu specials coming soon Business has been booming since Daugherty Bowling Center reopened its doors July 25, according to its manager, who says that, overall, patrons are successfully complying with new safety measures in place. "The reopening of Daugherty Bowling Center has been smooth coming off our 120-day closure," DBC Manager Joseph Manucci said. "All the … [Read more...] about Bowling center reopening has been ‘smooth’
This week, Jeanne Deaton, executive assistant for the U.S. Army Military Police School's Department of Training and Education, shares a recipe for Gochujang Chicken. "I was told about gochujang sauce by a friend and I wanted to try it," Deaton said. "I have never roasted anything in the oven uncovered and had my doubts. I was expecting it to come out dry. However, I was very pleasantly … [Read more...] about What’s for dinner?
Aug. 7 event will feature free showing of 'Sonic the Hedgehog' Fort Leonard Wood's June outdoor movie proved to be such a success that, just like in Hollywood, organizers have planned a sequel. The next Movie Night is scheduled for 8:30 p.m. Aug. 7 in the Baker Theater Auxiliary Parking Lot, this time featuring a free showing of the PG-rated "Sonic the Hedgehog." The event is being … [Read more...] about FMWR, Exchange team to host next ‘Movie Night’
Competition continues through Sept. 19 Soldiers have a chance to prove they've "got game" — video-game skills, that is — during the Online Soldier Showdown happening now. Presented by the Army National Guard, the 12-week esports tournament began July 4 and continues through Sept. 19, with Soldiers competing in a different game and sometimes different platforms each week. The tournament is … [Read more...] about ‘Online Soldier Showdown’ seeks Soldiers to compete in weekly esports contests
Online events feature archery, watching snakes eat The Missouri Department of Conservation has upcoming virtual programs designed to help viewers learn about archery, the feeding habits of snakes and much more. The programs are free and open to the public, but viewers must register online before the events begin. Classes are as follows: — Introduction to Archery is scheduled from 8:30 to … [Read more...] about MDC offers virtual outdoors programs
This week, General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital Nutrition Care Division intern Danellie Moore shares a recipe for a simple, vegetarian version of Fettucine Alfredo. What are you making for dinner? To be featured, submit your photos and recipes to email@example.com. Ingredients: — 12 ounces of whole-wheat fettuccine — 1 tbsp of unsalted butter — 1 clove of … [Read more...] about What’s for dinner?
Fall hunting seasons for deer, turkey and other game will begin in a little over eight weeks, and the Missouri Department of Conservation is encouraging hunters who need to complete a hunter-education course to do so early. With some exceptions, residents between ages 16 and 54 are required by law to obtain hunter-education certification before they can legally hunt in the state. With the … [Read more...] about MDC offers hunter-education course online
July 17 is Movie Night on Fort Leonard Wood, with a free showing of the 2019 animated feature “Spies in Disguise” set to begin at 8:30 p.m. at the Baker Theater Auxiliary Parking Lot. Members of the Fort Leonard Wood community are invited to bring their lawn chairs, camping chairs or blankets and set up in the parking lot for the outdoor viewing, which is hosted by Family and Morale, Welfare … [Read more...] about FMWR hosting ‘Movie Night’ July 17
This week, GUIDON Managing Editor Brian Hill shares a recipe for a simple, vegetarian meal. “My wife and I recently discovered the wonderful world of microwavable vegetable pasta – pasta made from zucchini, lentils, spinach or some combination with a sauce in a bag,” he said. “We’ve been experimenting with adding tofu and other vegetables to the variety available in the local grocery stores. … [Read more...] about What’s for dinner?
The Missouri Department of Conservation is taking applications this month for its 2021 conservation agent training academy, which will begin in April 2021. Up to 16 candidates will be selected to undergo 26 weeks of intense training in all facets of law enforcement and resource management. Those who make the grade will receive county assignments and become the faces of conservation in their … [Read more...] about MDC taking applications for conservation-agent academy
This week, local Army veteran Cassie Kastrinakis shares a fried rice recipe that utilizes common ingredients that can be altered to fit almost every type of diet. “This is a favorite family recipe that uses whatever you have in the fridge,” she said. “No meat, no problem, the egg provides enough protein. Want it vegan? Forget the eggs and meat entirely and add fried tofu or mushrooms.” For … [Read more...] about What’s for dinner?
Missouri residents can learn more about the outdoors without leaving their homes thanks to a number of virtual nature classes being offered by the Missouri Department of Conservation and staff members with the Shoal Creek Conservation Education Center near Joplin, Missouri. The programs are free but require registration. Those wishing to register should click on the links below and must provide … [Read more...] about MDC offering virtual nature classes
Other FMWR facilities alter hours of operation The Outdoor Adventure Center reopened this week with most services restored and some COVID-19 safety measures in place. “We just ask customers to take all the same precautionary measures with our equipment that they would with anything else,” said Jeffrey Barrett, Supervisory Recreation specialist and OAC manager. “Safety and sanitation is our … [Read more...] about Outdoor Adventure Center now open
Fort Leonard Wood will hold an Independence Day Fireworks Show beginning at 9:30 p.m. July 4. Department of Defense ID card holders may view the fireworks from the parking lots at the United Service Organizations building, Nutter Field House, the Main Post Chapel, the Rec Plex, the Post Exchange, Baker Theater, Abrams Theater, Bldg. 470 along Replacement Avenue, Daughterty Bowling Center and … [Read more...] about Fireworks show set for July 4
Starting July 1, customers will be able to use golf carts at Piney Valley Golf Course, Fort Leonard Wood’s Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation announced on its Facebook page June 29. The announcement also noted that the course has new hours. Starting July 1, the course will be open from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays. Customers will be restricted to one person per cart, … [Read more...] about Golf carts in use starting July 1; PVGC changes hours