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Peterson Air Force Base, Colorado
Thursday, September 24, 2009 Vol. 53 No. 38
Ceremony honors sacrifice of POWs, missing in action
by Tech. Sgt. Ray Bowden
21st Space Wing Public Affairs
A flight of Airmen, Soldiers and civilians jog the last leg of the 24-hour POW/MIA run Sept. 18 before posting
the POW/MIA flag in front of the base chapel. The end of the run signified the beginning of Peterson’s POW/
MIA Recognition Day ceremony and marked the conclusion of National POW/MIA week. The 21st Space Wing
hosted several events during this week including a Reveille ceremony, the run and a candlelight vigil. Col. (ret)
Gordon Scott, a former POW, was the guest speaker Friday at the chapel. (Air Force photo by Larry Hulst)
The men and women of the 21st Space
Wing concluded their week long tribute
to servicemembers who have been declared prisoners of war or missing in action with a POW/MIA Recognition Day
Ceremony Sept. 18 at the base chapel.
Peterson’s observance marked the last
of six days during the National POW/MIA
week, a period during which Congress has
mandated the flying of the National League
of Families’ POW/MIA flag.
The ceremony began with the posting
of this flag and featured Col. (ret) Gordon
Scott, an Army Air Corps aviator who spent
50 days as a POW in Japan, and closed with
remarks from Col. Stephen Whiting, 21st
SW commander.
“It is especially fitting that on the Air
Force’s 62nd birthday, we remember and
honor the sacrifice of prisoners of war and
those missing in action,” Colonel Whiting
said. “Our service’s historic commitment
to space capabilities like global positioning
will decrease the probability of our Airmen
being taken prisoner,” he said.
Colonel Scott spent his internment in
a small bamboo cage with his seven-man
crew. He and his men were routinely beaten
but stayed true to the Code of Conduct.
“We were interrogated two-to-three
times a week,” he said. “We got beat on
the back of the head if we didn’t answer
properly, but we just gave them our name,
rank and the type of aircraft we f lew,” he
said.
A variety of Peterson Airmen turned out
to support the POW/MIA event.
“My grandfather was a POW, my father was a Marine in Vietnam, and I have
two brothers in the Army,” said Airman
1st Class Delilah Alvarado, 21st Dental
Squadron. “I’m here to honor the past and
the sacrifice of our POWs. There’s never
going to be enough ways to say ‘thank
you.’”
Colonel Whiting presented Colonel Scott
with a painting of a P-51, the same aircraft
Colonel Scott flew while stationed on the
Island of Okinawa.
“Their efforts transformed Japan,” he said,
praising the service of Colonel Scott and
other World War II-era Airmen serving in
Japan. “Japan is now among our strongest
of allies and one of the world’s leading democracies,” he said.
The event also featured an invocation from
Chaplain (Capt.) Ron Feeser, and a reading of
the “Loneliest Prayer” and ‘America’s “Answer
to the loneliest Prayer,” and a demonstration to honor former POWs and MIAs by a
fire team of American and Royal Canadian
Airmen and U.S. Army personnel.
“Our POWs and MIAs gave so much to
their country and stayed true to what it
means to be an American,” said Chaplain
(Maj.) Mark Ingles, 21st SW Chapel. “It
encourages me to know that we are paying
tribute to their service.”
Colonel Scott continues to serve the Air
Force as a docent at the Peterson Air and
Space Museum here.
Wing library among seven in Air Force to reach pemier status
Thea Skinner
21st Space Wing Public Affairs staff writer
The Peterson library received the Department of Defense Morale Welfare
and Recreation Premier Status Award at an annual DoD library workshop in
Chicago, Ill., in July.
Peterson’s library is one of seven in the Air Force to win the award for exceeding core MWR standards to earn premier status. The premier standards involve
heightened levels in three of five core standard areas: customer programs and
services, technology infrastructure and facilities. The premier standard offerings at the library include multimedia stations, 18 computer stations with
commercial Internet access and Wi-Fi throughout the library, a PlayStation
3 in the young adult area, and a youth computer work station with children’s
educational software.
The other core standard areas are: separate areas for different types of materials and areas for study, library staff meets qualification standards and receives
required training, and library services provides a long range budget plan.
“It is nice to know that the library is getting some recognition,” said Kathy
Kucharski, 21st Force Support Squadron base librarian. “This is recognition that
other people are noticing besides our customers. Recognition that the hard work
we have been putting into improving the library has been acknowledged.”
Ms. Kucharski has served at Peterson as a librarian since 1999.
At the end of each fiscal year, Ms. Kucharski compiles the library annual report
that tabulates such operations as the number of books circulated. The data is
sent to the DoD and compared against several sets of standards shared amongst
all installations until the data reaches the five star level standard of Air Force
libraries. Each set of standards contains its own core and premier standards.
Library patrons use the computers at the Peterson library Sept. 16. The library received the Department of Defense Morale,
Welfare and Recreation Premier Status Award at an annual DoD library workshop in July. The library is one of seven throughout
the Air Force to win the award for exceeding core MWR standards. The library offers 18 computer stations with commercial
See library page 12 Internet access and Wi-Fi amongst its many resources. (Air Force photo by Thea Skinner)
INSIDE
News
Commentary
Briefs
Events
First Knight
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Walk for
breast
cancer
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Air
Force’s
62nd
birthday
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Leisure
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C ommander’s C orner
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21st Space Wing Commander
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Chief of Public Affairs
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Editorial Staff
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Deputy Chief of Internal
1st Lt. Jonathan Simmons
NCOIC of Internal
Tech. Sgt. Ray Bowden
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Leaders say happy birthday, Air Force
SAN ANTONIO (AFNS) — The Air Force’s
top leaders send a message to the total force to
celebrate the Air Force’s 62nd birthday and to
remind them to remember the commitment
and sacrifice of the more than 40,000 Airmen
deployed around the globe.
Secretary of the Air Force Michael Donley
and Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Norton
Schwartz issued the following message:
“To the Airmen of the United States Air
Force and their families:
Sixty-two years ago, on Sept. 18, 1947, your
Air Force was established as an independent
service. Over the last six decades our legacy
has been one of adaption, innovation and
technological change on a constant quest to
reach beyond our limits. On this day, it is appropriate to not only reflect upon this heritage,
but to also look ahead.
While the employment of airpower has
changed throughout history, our charge remains to Fly, Fight and Win in air, space and
cyberspace. Regardless of the domain, the
indomitable spirit of the American Airman
remains unchanged. The spark of innovation
which drove aviation pioneers to master pow-
Michael B.
Donley
Secretary of the
Air Force
Gen. Norton
A. Schwartz
Chief of staff of
the Air Force
ered flight and break the sound barrier can
be seen in our global air, space and cyber
capabilities that provide unprecedented levels
of support to combatant commanders around
the world.
The heart and soul of our Air Force is not
found in the platforms we operate or the technologies we employ; it is in our Airmen and
their families. The future of our Air Force
rests in their hands, and for us to succeed
we must ensure the well-being of our Total
Force Airmen, civilians and their families.
As we celebrate our birthday this year, let
us remember the commitment and sacrifice
of the more than 40,000 Airmen deployed
around the globe and their families who support them.
We are proud of all the Air Force has accomplished, and prouder still of today’s Airmen
who have answered their nation’s call. You
embody integrity, service, and excellence, and
we are proud to serve alongside you. You are
a living tribute to our Airmen of battles past,
and an inspiration for Airmen yet to come.
Happy 62nd Birthday!”
This message and other senior leader viewpoints can be found in the information section
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ICBMs: the basis for all systems in space
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by Staff Sgt. Daylena Gonzalez
war against terrorism began. Today, there are
Air Force Space Command Public Affairs
major security challenges posed by persons
ICBMs have been, and continue to be,
who possess the abilities to conduct both
an essential element of the United States
symmetric and asymmetric warfare around
strategic global strike equation. In honor
the globe.
of the 50th ICBM Anniversary, Air Force
Are ICBM capabilities still useful today?
Space Command public affairs, interviewed
Lt. Gen. Casey said, “The mission of nuclear
four space pioneers in efforts to portray their
deterrence will undoubtedly remain the
perspective when the ICBM program was
ICBMs priority focus, but changing security
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The first element to question, what
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necessitated inter-continental ballistic
strike weapon.”
missiles? Space pioneer
According to Brig.
and Peacekeeper ICBM
These
powerful
weapons
Gen. Brooks, “These
program director, Retired
powerful weapons
served our nation well as
Lt. Gen. Aloysius Casey,
served our nation well
said, “ICBMs were created
deterrents. After fulfilling
as deterrents. After
in response to the threat of
fulfilling that role,
that
role,
they
are
now
a large Soviet Union long
they are now serving
range missile program.”
serving as launch
as launch vehicles
During the Cold War,
vehicles
missions
for
the
missions for the Air
the U.S. had a dominant
Force.
Air
Force.
strategic bomber force
ICBMs are aged
- Lt. Gen. Aloysius Casey
(B-36 & B-47 aircraft), the
50 years plus and
Soviets were working hard
continue to age with
to establish a missile force
grace,
How
do
you
feel
about
the upcoming
capable of an enormous first strike before our
50th Anniversary? Brig. Gen. Brooks said,
bombers could arrive on target. Throughout
“...extremely pleased to have contributed in
the Cold War, ICBMs provided the U.S. with
these 50 years of historic achievements, it is
a credible deterrent force capable of striking
well worth celebrating.” Lt. Gen. Casey added,
long range targets. ICBMs had about a
“Happy to see some of the past hard work
35-minute strike rate making them ideal.
recognized.”
“The time was right,” said Brig. Gen. Elmer
One thing is certain, the world will continue
Brooks. “The US was engaged in a tense Cold
to
change and the Air Force ICBM force along
War and an arms race with the USSR. Rocket,
with it.
guidance and nuclear warhead technologies
Editor’s Note: F.E. Warren Air Force Base,
matured to the extent that combining them
Wyo., will host the 50th ICBM Anniversary
in an ICBM was feasible. ICBMs provided the
capability to strike targets with a nuclear bomb events, October 7-9, 2009.
*(Series Part I of 3) Part II of the 50th ICBM
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Anniversary series will highlight each ICBM
minutes of launch with no known defenses.”
and where it is today.
The world has changed since the Soviet Union
The first U.S.-designed ballistic missile was the MX774, developed by Convair in the late 1940s at its
own expense. Although the MX-774 never went into
production, it provided valuable data in the 1950s
when the United States began developing intermediate range and intercontinental ballistic missiles
using nuclear warheads. IRBMs had a range of less
than 1,500 miles, and ICBMs, more than 1,500 miles.
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Fall means beginning of snow season
Commentary by Maj. Lori Kabel
21st Civil Engineer Squadron
During winter weather, one of the most
important missions at Peterson is notifying
employees about road conditions and whether
the base is open or closed.
“Our primary objective is to keep the base
populace informed in a timely manner to allow
them to make sound driving decisions,” Col.
Emily Buckman, 21st Mission Support Group
commander said.
Peterson employees can check several avenues for information: the Peterson Snow Call
Line at 556-SNOW, local television and radio
stations, and www.peterson.af.mil.
When snow and ice conditions develop at
Peterson, a team of experts from across the
wing recommend a course of action to protect
base personnel. When questionable weather
conditions develop, 21st Security Forces
Squadron and 21st CES Airmen will inspect
base road and parking conditions. If the road
conditions are hazardous, the 21st CES and
21st SFS commanders present a status brief to
the 21st MSG commander.
Timely communication is the key element
when determining road conditions and base
reporting procedures. The entire process
must be executed in less than an hour to ensure people are informed quickly; safety is the
primary consideration throughout the process. When conditions warrant, the 21st MSG
commander convenes a formal teleconference
with the 21st SFS and 21st CES commanders.
Once the commanders agree, the 21st MSG
commander recommends a course of action to
Col. Stephen Whiting, 21st SW commander or
Col. Jim Jennings, 21st SW vice commander.
Finally, Colonel Whiting will then instruct the
command post to implement snow call procedures while the 21st SW Public Affairs staff
will update local media outlets and the base’s
public Web site www.peterson.af.mil.
When snow operations begin, 41 engineers
from the 21st CES begin working to make
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Peterson roadways as safe as possible with an
emphasis on keeping all roadways clear and
accessible for emergency vehicles. Of course,
with the airfield as our highest priority, you
may not see improvements immediately on
secondary roadways but rest assured they will
get to your area. In addition, there will be snow
removal operations in the housing area.
Terms you should know:
Closed
Peterson Air Force Base is closed. Military
personnel and Department of Defense civilians are not permitted to come or go. Anyone
coming on base while it is closed will not be
allowed to leave. Mission-essential personnel
will remain in place until the base is reopened
and their replacements arrive.
Early release
Non-mission-essential personnel and nonemergency personnel must depart their duty
stations before the end of the normal duty day.
Phased release of personnel normally occurs
at 30-minute intervals to reduce the congestion of traffic departing Peterson. According to
Colonel Buckman, “The reason for early release
is to provide ample time for picking up their
children, make it home safely and allow civil
engineers the opportunity to ready the base
for the next day.”
Mission essential only
Only mission-essential and emergency personnel should report for duty. Additionally,
mission-essential and emergency personnel
on Peterson at the time the base is closed must
remain on Peterson until the situation clears
or replacements arrive.
Sources of information available to you
www.peterson.af.mil
Peterson Snow Call Line 556-SNOW
All Peterson personnel may call the snow call
line for the latest information on base closures
or delays. Due to the potential for a large volume
of calls, the snow call line may be busy. Call
back periodically, or check local TV stations or
other sources listed to get the information.
How you can help
When the base is placed on a two-hour delay,
this means you should begin your commute
two hours later than you usually do. This delay
gives the snow and ice removal teams time to
clear roads and parking lots before you begin your commute. Your parking lot may be
skipped if there are cars preventing operations,
and with the tight time-line the snow plows
are on, it is uncertain when they can make it
back through your area. The teams clear roads
much more quickly and efficiently if there is
little or no traffic and you are kept safe while
this operation is ongoing. If you do encounter
a snow plow while driving, yield to the vehicle
and give it a wide berth. These machines cannot stop quickly and are most likely spreading a de-icer and anti-skid substance mixture
behind them. Additionally, you can help by
slowing down and allowing additional time
for your trips.
What facility managers should be doing
Facility managers should be readying building occupants for the upcoming snow season.
Hopefully your facility has a snow removal
schedule, snow shovels and plenty of sand or
ice-melt on hand. If facility managers do not
have any ice-melt on hand, they can acquire
it from 21st CES Supply.
“During snow and ice events, building
managers should also ensure entrances, exits
and handicap areas are slip-free,” said Colonel
Buckman.
Safety is everyone’s business and all occupants should be looking for ways to help out.
Additionally, remember our base grounds
contractors are only responsible for common
sidewalks. The organizations are responsible
for sidewalks within 100 feet of the facility.
Base housing occupants
Snow removal will begin once the snow
has accumulated to two inches. Removal will
continue until the accumulation has subsided.
Snow removal for general officers’ quarters will
begin at one-quarter inch. Snow will also be
removed in resident driveways and the walkways up to the front porch, providing there are
no vehicles in the driveway. The snow removal
company will observe quiet hours between 8
p.m. and 6 a.m. During this time, snow removal
will be limited to housing streets only.
Snow parade
21st CES is bringing back its annual snow
parade. The parade will take place at 3 p.m. Oct.
23. The vehicles will stop for a briefing at the
main child development center and proceed
down Peterson Boulevard. Please come out
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As Soldiers and Airmen return from the Middle East, area
residents are reporting increased sightings of “camel spiders,”
a creature purported to grow as big as a dinner plate.
But the camel spider is not a spider at all, it is technically
a Solifugid.
Solifugids are neither spiders nor scorpions. They are also
not insects. They look like a cross between a spider, a scorpion and an insect, and are closely related to all three.
Some may view the camel spider as an intimidating force
to be dealt with, but in reality there is not much to fear
from them.
While photos from Iraq show what appears to be a huge
spider, one type that is indigenous to Colorado is small
— about the size of a quarter — and poses no threat to
humans.
Overseas the tales of their ferocity and gargantuan sizes
are greatly exaggerated; some “spiders” can grow to two
inches in length, but most are less than one inch long. They
do not attack or prey on large mammals, but feed on a
variety of other creatures including scorpions, insects and
spiders.
The distinct arachnid group consists of several hundred
species distributed in tropical and desert regions worldwide, including Colorado. They are primarily nocturnal
creatures that hide in animal burrows, and under rocks
and other objects.
Although camel spiders lack venom glands, their powerful jaws are capable of inflicting painful bites. Reports of
camel spiders chasing people are simply a result of their
seeking shade from the sun — as the person moves to avoid
the camel spider, it follows them in an effort to stay in the
shade thus giving the impression of being chased. They’re
really not much to worry about.
For information about pests on base, call 556-7754. To
schedule a pest manager to treat or inspect your area, contact the 21st Civil Engineer Squadron customer service at
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76 SPCS ‘Lobos’ run, walk for breast cancer awareness
by Lt. Col. Elvert Gardner
76th Space Control Squadron commander
Ten members of the 76th Space
Control Squadron raised more than
$850 toward a charity run/walk on
Sept. 13 at Garden of the Gods Park
in Colorado Springs.
The team participated in the 15th
annual Susan G. Komen Race for a
Cure breast cancer awareness run and
was organized by Master Sgt. Wanda
Major-Barnett who knows all too well
the trials faced by cancer patients.
“My mom was a breast cancer survivor,” said Sergeant Major-Barnett.
“Without the support she was provided, her recovery may have been
impaired.”
Among the teams participating in
the event were local civilian and military teams from Colorado Springs,
the U.S. Air Force Academy, Peterson,
Schriever and Fort Carson. The event
had nearly 7,000 participants and
raised more than $200,000.
The 76th Space Control Squadron
Lobos are tasked to provide flexible,
accurate, and reversible space effects
to the Joint Functional Component
Command commander for Space to
support the objectives of any supported combatant commander. One 76th Space Control Squadron team members include (from left to right): Master Sgt. Wanda Major-Barnett, Robert Barnett, Tech. Sgt. John Devitt, Senior Master Sgt. David
76th SPCS focus is to develop a strong Well, Olga Wells, Staff Sgt. Jill Johnston, Lt. Col. Elvert Gardner, and Tech. Sgt. Christopher Smith. Along the other teams participating in the event were local military and
family atmosphere.
civilian teams from the the U.S. Air Force Academy, Peterson, Schriever and Fort Carson. (Air Force courtesy photo)
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21st Space Wing celebrates the Air Force’s 62nd birthday
PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE, COLO, Col. Stephen Whiting, 21st Space Wing commander and Airman Kurt Brockhaus, 561st Network
Operations Squadron, cut the Air Force birthday cake during the U.S. Air Force’s 62nd birthday celebration Sept. 18 at the Aragon Dining
Facility. The event featured a lunch, the cake cutting ceremony, and a short presentation on the history of Peterson from Jeff Nash, Peterson
Air and Space Museum deputy director and curator. This celebration also served as the monthly birthday celebration meal for Team Pete
Airmen. (Air Force photo by Craig Denton)
Team Pete Airmen selected for
below the zone promotion
The 21st Space Wing senior airman below the zone central
base board for the third quarter was held Sept. 18.
There were a total of six selected for promotion at the
board. Members selected for BTZ are eligible for promotion
between Oct. 1 and Dec. 31, 2009.
The following Airmen were selected for promotion to
senior airman:
Airman 1st Class Gina Custer, 21st Communications
Squadron
Airman 1st Class Michael Handlos, 13th Air Support
Operations Squadron
Airman 1st Class Sarah Lyons, 21st Security Forces
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CALENDAR / BASE BRIEFS
JPPSO closed
The Colorado Springs main JPPSO office
including the Peterson, Fort Carson and
the U.S. Air Force Academy offices are
closed from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. Sept. 25 for a
commander’s call. The offices will reopen
at 7:30 a.m. Sept. 28. For emergencies, call
554-9298.
Toastmasters meet
Peterson Toastmasters is holding a membership drive 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Sept.
29, in building 1410, the Peterson chapel,
room 1. Light refreshments will be available. Come out and see how Toastmasters
can help you improve your communication and leadership skills. For information,
contact Bea Macliz at [email protected]
com or go to http://peterson.freetoasthost.
org.
Preseparation briefing
All active duty Airmen separating within
180 days must contact Master Sgt. Jennifer
Tucker for a mandatory out processing
briefi ng. For information call 556-0151.
School news
The Military Child Education
Coordinator AFB has developed a newsletter — School News — for military
families. The September issue of School
News includes information about events at
several area schools, an upcoming college
fair, a school’s graduation requirements,
information on students who transfer
to and from schools, and impact aid. To
get your copy, visit Airman & Family
Readiness Center, building 350, or visit
www.21fss.com and look for the Military
Child Education Coordinator under a new
name — School Liaison Officer. For information on the School Liaison Officer,
visit www.21fss.com and click on Airman
& Family, or call 556-6141.
Hispanic Heritage events
The Hispanic Heritage Month committee has scheduled several events to celebrate Hispanic American heritage. These
events include a coloring contest Sept. 21 to
25 at the Child Development Center; Free
Salsa dance lessons in McCormick Hall,
building 1262. Dance lessons will be given
6:30 to 7:45 p.m., Sept. 17; 6:30 to 7:45 p.m.,
Sept. 24; and 7 to 8:15 p.m., Oct. 1. There
will also be a party with food tasting and
salsa dancing at 6 p.m. Oct. 8 at The Club.
For more information, contact Tech. Sgt.
Alejandro Vieira at 556-9940.
True Colors workshop
The Airman and Family Readiness
Center is offering a True Colors workshop
for those interested in discovering their
strengths and understanding human behavior. The workshop is 10 a.m. to noon,
Oct. 28, in building 3530, room 1203, and
is open to all military identification card
holders. Seating is limited. To RSVP or to
learn more information, call 556-6141.
Full Power training
Take charge of your personal safety
through a free Full Power training session
1:30 to 3:30 p.m., Oct. 29, at the Peterson
chapel. Learn about protecting personal
boundaries, de-escalating a confrontation, dealing with verbal attacks, stopping sexual harassment, using physical
self-defense to get away from an assault,
and self-defense training for men and
women. The training is open to all baseaffi liated personnel: active-duty, civilians,
dependents, and retirees. For more information, contact Sexual Assault Response
Coordinator’s office at 554-7272.
Strategic Nuclear Forces
conference
Th is year’s annual Strategic Nuclear
Forces event will be held Nov. 16-20, in
the Main Conference Room, Building 920,
from 7 a.m. — 4 p.m.
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Chapel positions for bid
The following chapel contracts are open
for bid:
11 a.m. Protestant worship arts director
11 a.m. Protestant contemporary
guitarist
11 a.m. Protestant contemporary bass
guitarist
For contract and bid submission process
details and to obtain bid documents
concerning these contracts contact
Chaplain Ingles at 556-4442. Bids will be
accepted until Sept. 30. Contract will be
awarded using best value criteria.
The successful bidder is subject to a background check for positions involving contact with children as directed by DoDI 1402,
Criminal History
Background Checks on Individuals in
Child Care Services. Additionally, the chapel is soliciting bids for a Protestant pastoral
coordinator appropriated contract for FY
2010.
Details and the bid submission process can
be found at www.Fedbizopps.gov orcontact
the base contracting office at 556 -5797. Bids
will remain open until Sept. 28.
Military child workshop
The Fort Carson Parent to Parent team
will hold a workshop devoted to resiliency and the military child from 10 to 11
a.m., Sept. 29, at the Airman and Family
Readiness Center in building 350. Topics
include understanding the importance of
resiliency in children and identifying opportunities to build and strengthen that
resiliency during military transition periods and deployments. Call 556-6141 to
sign-up as seating is limited.
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The Peterson library
october Recreation and Leisure Events
From jocks and nerds to popular hip chicks and heroes to
really different folks, the 21st
Force Support Squadron has
something for everyone – no
matter who you are or what
you do. Have fun with us!
Our Heroes’ Tree
Peterson AFB is partnering with the Military Family
Research Institute at Purdue University to present “Our
Heroes’ Tree.” Through this program, the Peterson library
and MFRI are working to honor past and present servicemembers and create an awareness of military families currently affected by deployment.
Our Heroes’ Tree is a national program founded to recognize and honor the sacrifices of current servicemembers,
veterans, and deceased servicemembers. The Peterson library
will display a tree featuring the handmade ornaments created by the community to honor a servicemember.
To participate:
1) Simply create a handmade ornament honoring the
servicemember. (Ornament templates will be available free
of charge at the library or you can make your own. Place a
photograph, a copy of a photograph, or the servicemember’s
name and any appropriate dates and/or comments in the
ornament.)
2) Bring the ornament to the Peterson library during the
month of October where it will be placed on the tree with
other commemorative ornaments.
3) Stories about individual servicemembers can also be
submitted and will be displayed in a binder near the tree.
will be displaying Our Heroes’ Tree through the month of
November. To learn more, contact Charlotte at 556-4049.
Peterson library to test extended hours
The Peterson library will launch new extended hours on
a trial basis. Beginning Oct. 5 and ending Jan. 31, 2010,
the library will remain open one hour later until 8 p.m.
Mondays through Thursdays. Friday and Saturday hours
will remain the same, and the library is closed Sundays and
federal holidays. During this trial period, the library will
verify through actual usage whether or not customers are
using the library during that extra hour. Usage will determine whether or not the library will make this a permanent
change. For more information, call 556-7462.
Halloween events might scare up a crowd
Several Halloween events hosted by the 21st Force Support
Squadron might scare up a crowd. Don’t get spooked by
all the activity. Put on a costume and your happy face and
join us!
Oct. 26 to 30 — Wear your Halloween costume and bowl
one game for FREE at the bowling center, 556-4607.
Oct. 28 — Halloween Storytime, 10:15 a.m. at the Peterson
library, 556-7462. No snacks or beverages, just stories.
Oct. 30 — Halloween 5k/10k Fun Run, 11:30 a.m. behind
the fitness center.
Oct. 30 — Kids Night Out Halloween, $4 to $7, 5:30 to 8
p.m. at The Club, 574-4100. Kids dress in wonderful costumes and eat gory, yucky food like Brain Cell Salad and
Maggot Stew. There will be games and prizes.
Oct. 31 — Halloween Costume Contest, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
at the Bowling Center, 556-4607. The person in the best
costume will win a bowling party for 15 people.
Oct. 31 — Hiking Pikes Peak, $15. Outdoor Rec will
lead this hike up to the top of the mountain that inspired
Katharine Lee Bates to pen the words for “America the
Beautiful.” Who knows, along the way you might encounter
the spirit of Zebulon Pike, who never made it to the summit.
Sign up by Oct. 28. Call 556-4867.
Airman & Family Readiness Center
Military Child Education Coordinator — The A&FRC
now has an MCEC. This person provides information on
the Colorado Springs school districts, acts as the liaison
between the military community and school administrators,
provides consultation services regarding school education,
and provides transitioning information on other school
districts for military members who are PCSing. For information, call 556-6141.
Military & Family Life Consultant — (719) 640-9961.
Mondays — Readiness Briefing, 1 to 2 p.m.
Tuesdays — Mandatory Pre-Separation Briefings,
2:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Wednesdays — Welcome Home Peterson,
10 a.m. to noon
Classes/Programs — Include: Basic Resume Workshop
Oct. 1, Resume Review Oct. 6, Behavioral Interviewing
Oct. 13, Transition Plus Oct. 29, Estate Planning Oct. 1,
Financial Planning Oct. 22, Basic Investing Oct. 15, and
Home Buying Seminar Sept. 16, TAP Workshop Oct. 5 to
9, Key Spouse Oct. 21, plus many more. Visit www.21fss.
com and click on Airman & Family to see what classes and
programs are available.
Airman’s Attic — Military members E-5 and below can
get children’s clothing, toys, kitchen items, furniture, small
appliances and more. Always accepting items of donation.
Open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday to Friday. Located in building 1425, the former base exchange. Call 556-3215.
Family Services Loan Locker. Assists families of all ranks
with the loan of household items. The layette program for
new babies of those who are E-5 and below is designed to
assist young families with new baby items. Open 10 a.m. to
2 p.m. Monday to Friday. Located in building 1425, former
base exchange. Call 556-7614.
Aquatic Center
Active duty military swim for free during lap swim times.
Call us for details.
*Swim Lessons — on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5 p.m.
and 5:40 p.m., Oct. 20 to Nov. 12; and Nov. 17 to Dec. 10.
* Rent-A-Pool — Rent the pool for your private event
— an intimate gathering or a group of 50 maximum. For
details, call 556-4607.
* Ask about Deluxe or Basic Birthday Parties — Cake, ice
cream, beverages, invitations, setup … we event take care
of the cleanup. Perfect! Two-hour parties can be reserved
Saturdays from noon to 3 p.m. and Sundays from noon to
5 p.m. Call for details!
* Parent & Child Aquatics — Pre-School Aquatics —
Fitness Swimmer — Learn to Swim with Six Levels —
Personal Water Safety. Ask us for details.
* Water Aerobics Classes — High Energy Water Aerobics,
11 to 11:50 a.m., Monday and Wednesday; Bodies in Motion,
11 to 11:50 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday; Deep Water Aerobics,
6 to 6:50 p.m., Tuesday and Thursday.
Auto Hobby
* Manager’s October Special — To prepare for fall and
winter driving, let us do a 32-point vehicle inspection for
free. By appointment only; call 556-4481.
Bowling Center
Oct. 31 — Halloween Costume Contest, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The person in the best costume will win a bowling party
for 15 people.
Oct. 26 to 30 — Wear your Halloween costume and bowl
one game free!
On your birthday — Bowl one game free!
Dollar Days — Just $1 games, $1 shoes Mondays and
Tuesdays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Sundays (Family Days)
1 to 4 p.m.
Bowling Leagues start in September. — Get bowled over
with fun. Sign up now.
Party Time! Have your squadron party or your child’s
birthday party here. New packages are available! Call 5564606 for details.
Education Center
Local colleges and schools are conveniently located at the
Education Center. They include Pikes Peak Community
College, Colorado State University — Pueblo, Colorado
Christian University, and Webster University. For information, call 556-4064.
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Family Child Care
Military spouses who are presently providing childcare
or who want to care for children other than their own for
a total of 10 hours or more per week must be licensed to do
so in on-base quarters. To learn more about Family Child
Care, call 556-4322.
Become an Affiliated Child Care Provider — If you are
retired active duty member or the spouse of an active duty or
retired active duty member, and if you are currently licensed
by the State of Colorado to do childcare in your home, you
can become affiliated provider with Peterson AFB.
Fitness Center
Oct. 30 — Halloween 5k/10k Fun Run, 11:30 behind the
Fitness Center.
Get Fit, Stay Fit — Programs run all year. Sign up now
and look great for the holidays. Or make it your New Year’s
resolution to feel great. Awards are given starting at only
50 hours/miles.
Ongoing — Drop-in open-play inline hockey, Mondays
and Wednesdays at 5 p.m.
Ongoing — Back to Basics Circuit Course, 6:15 to 7:15 p.m.
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 11 a.m. to noon Wednesdays.
ITT / Arts & Crafts
Tickets on sale at Information, Tickets and Travel, Bldg.
640, across from the Thrift Shop. For information, call
556-1760.
Patriot Pass & Patriot Pass Plus prices subject to change
— Peterson’s Information, Tickets and Travel office received
word that prices for the Patriot Pass and Patriot Pass Plus
will stay the same until Oct. 18. After that date, Intrawest
will decide if they will raise the price or not. So … get over
to ITT and get ‘em while these prices are good! Patriot
Pass (unlimited, unrestricted skiing at Winter Park and
Copper Mountain): Adult $219, Child $104; Patriot Pass
Plus (unlimited, unrestricted skiing at Winter Park and
Copper Mountain — plus six days at Steamboat Springs):
Adult $229, Child $114.
Liberty Pass — This season ski pass is valid for Keystone
and Arapahoe Basin. Adults $189, Children ages 5-12
$109. This pass is only for active duty military and their
dependents.
Denver Broncos — the only tickets left are two tickets for
the Jan. 3 game with the Chiefs Tickets are $50 each.
Go to Elitch Gardens! Buy 3 tickets, get 1 free at Peterson’s
ITT, 556-1760. Get Meal Deal and Parking passes, too.
Denver Aquarium tickets are $12 adults, $7 children,
$9.75 seniors.
Fingerprinting service is available for non-official
business.
Painting and framing classes are available. Call 556-1732
for more information.
Leisure Travel — Call 556-2116 or 556-6447 — The only
leisure travel office in southern Colorado dedicated to travel
discounts for the military. To get word on hot travel specials,
sign up for E-mail News. Go to www.21fss.com and click
on Signup for E-mail News.
Library
Extending hours to 8 p.m. Monday to Thursday Oct. 5
to Jan. 31, 2010 on a trial basis. Friday and Saturday hours
will stay the same; closed Sundays and federal holidays.
Usage will determine whether or not the library will make
this a permanent change.
Our Heroes’ Tree — The Library will display a tree featuring handmade ornament created by the community to
honor a service member. Bring the ornament to the library in October, and the Heroes’ Tree will be displayed
in November. For information, stop by the library or call
Charlotte at 556-4049.
Story time — Every Wednesday at 10:15 a.m.
Family Literacy Kits — brightly colored backpacks contain a book, DVD, and an activity sheet — sometimes in a
second language — for children up to first grade.
Home Schooling Resources — offering Core Knowledge
Sequence Content Guidelines for K-8, Text Resources, Grace
Abounding, The Complete Home Learning Source Book,
Delta Education series, Ace Math, By the Numbers DVD
series, and much more for home learning for children.
The Great Courses — For some, learning is a life-long
process. This library edition offers courses on CD or DVD,
all taught by distinguished professors at colleges and universities around the country.
Movie Night
See movies at the base auditorium… for free! Popcorn and
soda are free, too! Films are shown Wednesdays at 7 p.m.
and Saturdays at 1 and 7 p.m. and the first Friday of every
month at 8 p.m., right after the Deployed Family Members
Dinner. For a schedule of upcoming movies — complete
with synopses and ratings, go to www.21fss.com and click
on What’s Hot Now.
Outdoor Recreation
Kayak: Pool — Learn the basics of kayaking. Combine
this with on-the-river sessions for $45 for a combo class.
Oct. 9 or 23 from 4:45 to 9 p.m., $25. Sign up by Oct. 7 and
Oct. 20 respectively.
Kayak: Lone Pine — Oct. 10 or 24 from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30
p.m., $35. Combine it with a pool session for just $45 for
both. Sign up by Oct. 6 and Oct. 20 respectively.
Mountain Biking — Get basic mountain bike riding instruction and try it out at Red Rock Canyon Open Space
from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Oct. 11. Cost is $15. Sign up
by Oct. 9.
Mountain Biking — Cheyenne Mountain State Park on
Oct. 30. Cost is $15. Sign up by Oct. 28.
Climbing: Indoor Wall — A free three-hour lesson on
belaying and movement on rock, 6 p.m. Oct. 21. Sign up
by Oct. 19.
Rock Climbing: Outdoors — Climbing instruction provided as we climb in the local area in such classic spots as
Garden of the Gods, Red Rock Canyon Open Space, Cascade
Slab and others Oct. 18. Sign up by Oct. 16.
Hiking Pikes Peak — $15. Do this hike on Oct. 31 with
folks who know the way. We’ll stop for a picnic lunch along
the way. Sign up by Oct. 28.
Camping Weekend — Offered Oct. 2 to 4. Leave 6 p.m.
Friday; return after breakfast Sunday. All meals and camping gear included for just $30. Sign up by Sept. 28.
Overnight in Glenwood Springs — Head for the hills!
Take a dip in the hot springs pool, ride the gondola to the
top of the mountain, choose from fantastic restaurants.
Transportation and accommodations for two nights is just
$125/person; all other costs are out-of-pocket. Leave Friday
at 6 p.m. Oct. 16 and head back home at 1 p.m. Oct. 18.
Sign up by Oct. 12.
Ski Sale — Save the date! Opening at 6 a.m. Oct. 16 at
Outdoor Recreation, building 675. Offering winter equipment and apparel. Shop early for best selection and before
your duty day starts.
Season Rentals — Oct. 26. Season rentals for ski and
snowboard begins Oct. 26. You can pick up equipment
Nov. 2 and after. Season rentals must be returned no later
than June 31, 2010.
For outdoor recreation information, call 556-4867 or
556-7753.
RP Lee Youth Center
Classes:
Oct. 7 — Parents Night Out, 7 to 11 p.m.
Oct. 14 — Indoor Soccer Banquet — 6 p.m. Oct. 14 at
The Club.
Oct. 15 — Flag Football Banquet, 6 p.m. at The Club.
Oct. 23 — Give Parents A Break, 7 to 11 p.m.
Ongoing — Cheerleading program. Classes are every
Monday: 5 to 6 p.m. for ages 5-9; 6-7 p.m. for ages 10-18.
Sign up today.
Call 556-7220 for information about the RP Lee Youth
Center events.
Silver Spruce Golf Course
Private Golf Lessons — Lessons are $35/half-hour,
$70/hour.
Visit www.petersonafbgolf.com. Temperature and weather
are located on the right side of the homepage. Find Web
specials and great coupons, too.
The Club
The Club has numerous diwnner and entertainment events
during October. For information, call 556-4181.
Sundays — Brunch Oct. 4 and 18 from 10 a.m. to 1:30
p.m. in The Club.
Sundays — Football Frenzy breakfast buffet at 10:30 a.m.
in Stripes Pub.
Mondays — Bingo Bonanza, 6 p.m. (Tuesday, when a
national holiday falls on a Monday).
Mondays — Football Frenzy, games start 6:30 p.m. in
Stripes Pub (closed Oct. 12, in honor of Columbus Day).
Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays — All You Care to Eat
Lunch Buffet, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Friday Night Dinner Specials — Oct. 2 Herb Crusted Prime
Rib, Oct. 9 Soft Shelled Crab, Oct. 16 Prime Rib Buffet, Oct.
23 Seafood Buffet, Oct. 30 — no dinner (Kids Night Out
Halloween). Served 5:30 to 8 p.m. in The Club.
Carver Buffet — Oct. 8, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. (they’re such
cut-ups at The Club).
10-Cent Wing Night — Oct. 15, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in
Stripes Pub.
Octoberfest Lunch Buffet — Oct. 16, 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Celebrating the bounty of a great harvest.
Taco & Fajita Night — Oct. 20, 4:30 to 6:30 p.m.
in Stripes Pub.
Technology Expo — Oct. 21, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.,
The Club.
Mongolian Lunch Buffet — Oct. 22, 11 a.m. to
1:30 p.m.
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Library
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“We have a fairly large collection of resources,” Ms.
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3.7 cubic foot fisher / paykel top load
washer & dryer. 4 years old, white,
excellent condition. $800. 719-358-7008
A BETTER DEAL APPLIANCES
Warranty, 30 years experience. Great
prices, 7 days. 719-632-3868
Bisque apps. 3 mos new Whirlpl
micro for $200. Kenmore stove &
DW $100 ea. Call 719-550-2995
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Maytag washer and dryer $300,
Conv infant bedroom set $400 OB
+ much more call 391-1408
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ANTIQUES/COLL
HEALTH & FITNESS
ANTIQUES @ THE AUDITORIUM
Historic City Auditorium
221 E. Kiowa.
Downtown Colorado Springs.
October 3-4 Saturday 9-5, Sun. 10-4.
$3 Admission, Present Ad For $1OFF
Antique Clock Repairer, Certified
Jewelry Appraiser & Glass Grinder
On-site. And Remember: Anything
worth remembering can be found!
Info: Jo Peterson 719*596-8839
Pacific Fitness “Zuma” home gym
w/mat & 150 lbs of weights
Like New! $400 obo; 749-0274
BOOKS
Books For You—Quality used and discounted new Paperbacks, hardbacks,
great selection all categories: Sci-fi,
children’s, military history, romance,
more. 1737 S 8th St, Colo Springs,
80905. (719) 630-0502
Does Anybody Really Care? A book
by Bettie Sue Pearson, Ph.D. Difficult
Times? Suicide is not the answer! Call
for book info: Bettie Sue, 719-638-4735
CLOTHING
2 pr Lucky brand jeans size 14 ½ orig $.
1 pr London jeans, size 12. Interested,
Call Brenda 719-268-6841 after 6pm.
CRAFT/BAZAAR
Need Crafters for Vanguard Craft
Fair. Fri. 11/13 - 4-9pm, Sat 11/14 9am-6pm. Open to the public.
Ft Carson-Special Events. Center,
Corner of Specker/Prussman.
e-mail: [email protected]
FIREARMS
Baikal 12 ga. O/U 28 bbl w/ mc
new/unfired in box $399.00
556-9432 or 502-1310
Belgian Browning 12ga. Auto shotgun.
w/case, etc. Like new, $450 min. Ptbl
tow bar $350 ($700+ new) 331-8589
Left Handed 300 Weatherby Mag
Tuned Trigger Leopold Hard Case
$2000 Call Randy (719) 534-3616
We have huge selection of guns, ammo
for sale & we buy Military Collectables.
Leasures Treasures, 2801 W. Colorado
Ave., 80904, 719-635-8539 ext 150.
Syndicated Column provided by Colorado Publishing Co.
EUREKA!
BY SCOTT LAFEE
HOME FURNISHINGS
2 BenchCraft Micro Fiber Sofas
w/cherrywood footers. Slate Gray.
Great Cond. $800 OBO. 719-243-5487
Natural color Haverty’s living
set: sofa, chair, ottoman $1200
OBO 443.220.4269, in Ft. Carson
Oak buffet/hutch for dining rm,
100% real wood, looks brand new
$200, Call 331-7832
Southern Vista,Lenox China(ret)
12/place set & serving pieces
$500 Call 266-1406
JEWELRY &
COLLECTIBLES
Bowies Gold & Diamond: Exquisite
Jewelry & Estate Jewelry. In House Repair, Custom Designs. 15% Military
Discount. 2222 E Pikes Peak. 473-1431
TAG Heuer Link, automatic high
end watch, black face, 200m,
$1,000. Call Tony 719-392 0201
MERCHANDISE WANTED
Disabled vet needs Toyota SUV or
house. Long term lease or loan. Call anytime. (719) 491-6669
It seems the cold from Arctic winters doesn’t cause young
musk oxen to lose more body heat than adult oxen. It was
assumed that the musk oxen calves were dying from the
extremely cold winters.
Used elem/junior high school
text books; math, science, etc
office: 333-3904; res: 687-0792
MISC FOR SALE
10 by 6. Snow Cone Trailer. Commercial Equipmnt. Established Clientele on
Ft Carson. 719-232-9983, for more info
2 skylights, Canondale Mtn bike, Bridgestone tires 225/4517 Call 660-7720.
2pc brwn couch/chair - $600; W&D $475; 3pc bed set - $250; comp w/
15”monitor - $225. 719-466-1804
4pc oak child bdrm set/mattress
antique radio, wsh stand & more
generator, bikes, call 237-9770
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Teenage sharks. It seems nobody understands them.
Researchers have traditionally focused either upon
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and roughly similar in development to human
teenagers.
A novel study in the Bahamas, however, sheds new
light. Over 14 years, scientists followed the development of lemon sharks born in the area. They found that
fear of deep water and the bigger predators that live
there, combined with abundant prey in mangrove
swamps, keeps island-born lemon sharks in home
waters for years.
This was something of a revelation and an important
finding. As humans develop the coast and eradicate
shark habitat, they threaten not only the existence of
baby sharks but much older specimens as well.
Conversely, protecting such habitat helps sharks of all
ages.
It’s been a long-standing assumption that extreme
cold is tougher on younger, smaller animals because,
with less mass, they can’t retain heat as well. But a
new study of musk oxen — who live and forage
through Arctic winters where temperatures drop as low
as minus 58 degrees Fahrenheit — shows young oxen
don’t lose any more heat energy than adults. The discovery is important because it was presumed high
musk oxen calf mortality was largely due to harsh winters. Now scientists have to look for new answers.
VERBATIM
For more info call 634-1048
I don’t know anything about computers. I don’t even
know how often to change the oil.
— American comedian Buzz Nutley
BRAIN SWEAT
Why is it common for digital alarm clocks to have 9minute snooze intervals, rather than 10?
PRIME NUMBERS
28.16 — Number of calculations, in trillions, that the
Cystorm supercomputer at Iowa State University can
perform per second
Source: Iowa State University
BRAIN SWEAT ANSWER
By setting the snooze time to 9 minutes, the alarm
clock needs only to monitor the last digit of the time.
So, if you hit snooze at 7:45, the alarm goes off again
when the last digit hits 4. If it was a 10 minute interval,
the alarm would go off immediately or the clock would
require additional circuitry to monitor multiple digits of
time.
FACTS’
QUIRKS OF NATURE
Like humans, cats are right- or left-handed. Or in this
case, right- or left-pawed. The preference, according to
a new report, appears to depend upon the cat’s sex:
females tended to favor their right paw while males
were mostly lefties.
WHAT IS IT? ANSWER
An ornate horned frog (Ceratophrys ornata). The
species is native to northern Argentina, Uruguay and
the Rio Grande do Sul region of Brazil. The frogs have
exceptionally fast growth rates. Within two weeks of
hatching, they have metamorphosed into adult frog
form. They can grow quite large, reaching 6 inches
across in less than six months.
Carnivorous, they gulp down hapless lizards,
rodents, small birds, large insects and other frogs in
single mouthfuls. Their mouths are so big, in fact, that
they have been nicknamed “Pac-Man” frogs.
POETRY FOR SCIENTISTS
Some aliens landed nearby
And borrowed our neighbor, old Sy.
They returned him intact,
But tattooed with exact
Instructions for shipping by sky.
— Jane Auerbach
To find out more about Scott LaFee and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate website at www.creators.com.
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70 gal Aquarium, $125
ATV Snow Plow $ 125
388-2029
Eureka canister vacuum $25; two
6x9 room carpets $75; antennae
roof 10’ $75; 719-510-0027
The Warning Shot by Don Stivers
orig s/n ltd ed framed print.
$750. Call 282-9327
TICKETMART
2 Broncos vs Giants Tickets.
Face Value $77 ea.
Call [email protected]
2 AF Football season tickets
(less Army), 50 yd east side
$35 each game seat, 481-6952
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BRUSSELS GRIFFON pups, APRI reg
family-raised, tan w/blk masks
shots wormed $300 527-8873
CKC Red Dachshund Female 275.00
7 months, Great w/Dogs & Kids
Miranda 254-462-2481
FOR SALE MOUNTAIN
PROP
Gold Camp Rd
9 Acres Near Cripple Creek. Aspen
Groves and Pine Forests. Southfacing,
Borders 640 Acres of State land.
New Driveway. $59,900.
Spring Creek Realty- Marshall Young
719-210-9339 or 719-687-3272
HUNTING CAMP
TELLER COUNTY, 4 Acres. Borders
650 Acres of Government Land.
Tall Trees. $24,900.
Spring Creek Realty
Marshall Young
719-210-9339 or 719-687-3272
RESIDENTIAL
FOR SALE
Real Estate
Chinchilla, 2 years, Gray, Male
w/ Multi Story Cage & Supplies
$200 Firm 719-440-8761
COMMERCIAL
REAL ESTATE
COMMERCIAL LAND
Construction Equipment Rental
Company SEEKING 1-2 Acre Lot.
Zoned M1, C6 or Similar. In Colorado
Springs, Allowing Outside Storage,
Preferably Paved and Fenced Yard.
Cash Buyer. 719-633-4556
BRAND NEW 3BR, 3BA, 2 car, 2165
sf. Formal dining, fplace, 2-story great
rm, 2nd flr private deck. 10 min to Ft
Carson. $222,750. Walston Group
719-477-1410.
Private Paradise w/
Pond!
Custom Home w/7+acresPeyton. A/C! 4bd/2bth/4gar!
3183 sq.ft. $398,900;
mls#576336
You Will Love the Lake!
$1000 Down, $790/Mo or FHA/VA
$8000 Tax Credit 1st Time Buyer
Must Qualify for New Loan
4 BR, 2BA Large Fenced Yard
Mature maple trees
1512 Fountain Street $127,900
719-440-6244, 576-6200, 520-9933
CONDOS TOWNHOMES
BRIARGATE
D20 RANCHER, 5BDS & 3 FULL
BATHS, ofc, fam rm w/gas fp, eat-in kit
& din area, blt-ins, big yd, $260K.
Ron M/RMP 682981.ourdaddy.com
Call 24/7 - 576-8888 Code 1428
Red Mini Dachshund, 4yr old Female.
Has Papers, Good with Children,
Needs good home. 719-573-5484
PETS
Jody Heffner
Ofce 495-6838
Cell 331-6240
Teller County Rd #1
1 mi N of Cripple Creek. 9 acres, 30x50
steel building. Well, Septic, Phone &
Power. 4 RV Pad Sites, 10x12 Shed.
$105,000 Spring Creek Realty- Marshall
Young 719-210-9339 or 719-687-3272
Teller County
Tenderfoot Hill. 1½ Acre RV Site.
Camping Shed & Storage Shed. Aspens
and Pine. Phone & Power. $19,900
Spring Creek Realty- Marshall Young
719-210-9339 or 719-687-3272
Luxury Home in Pine Creek
3231 Blackwood 4 BR, 3 Ba, 3 car
gar, main floor master, A/C, granite
counters, oak floors, stainless
appliances, surround sound, custom
landscaping, many upgrades!
Linda Richie, RE/MAX Properties
310-5377 MLS 528724 $395,000
D20 SCHOOLS-GREAT CONDITION!
4/3/2, fam rm w/fp, vaulted ceilings,
fin bsmt, patio, hot tub, $239,000!
Ron M/RMP 576701.ourdaddy.com
Call 24/7 - 576-8888 Code 1601
YES YOU CAN!
NO MONEY DOWN!
ALL AREAS!
3BR, 2BA, 2CAR. $1059/mo.
$8000 CASH BACK!
PH: 719-237-9819
CENTRAL
2107 N. Circle Drive, $117,000
3 beds, 2 baths, garage.
Cute home with alley access.
Linda Richie RE/MAX Properties
310-5377 MLS#595093
Poet Loft for sale downtown, 2BB/2ba
garage, elevator, lowest priced, $265k
Motivated —- Mike 719-640-4529
Ft. Carson
Soldiers:
ACAP
ASAP
Call 526-1002
NORTHGATE
MARKSHEFFEL
LAND
Condo in Southeast Area - $90,000.
3 beds, 2 full baths, 1,440 sq. ft.,
new carpet, new paint, 8’ X 60’ deck.
Call Linda Richie, RE/MAX Properties,
719-310-5377 - MLS# 502572
MADISON RIDGE 5Bd/3ba/1c, 2158
SF. West-side! Ranch-Style w/Open Flr
Plan & Many Extras: A/C, Arched
Doorwys, Fpl, HW Flrs & More! $215K
Jorgette @ 499-1232, Colorado Casa
PRICE REDUCED! N/E TH 1,534 Fin.
sqft.., 2Be, 1 ½ Ba, 1c gar & AC. Quick
Possession! Incl all appl., $119,900!
Call Cliff at Cliff Johnson Realty
592-9700 / 590-7200.
Springs Ranch: Fantastic Value! 1700+
sqft $147,900. Seller pays 3K closing
costs. 3bd, 4ba, GLFP, 2000 model.
Lease option avail.! Call Cliff @ Cliff
Johnson Realty 592-9700 / 590-7200
EAST
Semi-Custom rancher on 40 acres.
Upgraded kitchen appliances, vaulted
ceilings and many EXTRAS! 3BR,
2BA, 2 car garage, 1644sqft. Shows
like a model home. The Manning
Team @ RE/MAX Advantage. Call
Don 719-550-1544
ELLICOTT/YODER
The Best of Views!
1378 sq.ft. home w/35 acres!
3bd/2bth/3gar! Calhan;
$164,900; mls#570946
Horse Property!
3bd/2bth Stucco home w/9+acres
& barn w/elec. & H20! Great views!
$199,900: mls#493575
Westside Duplex!
Lots of Parking! 2bd/1bth each unit!
Trees! 131 W. Cheyenne Blvd.
Only $149,000!
FALCON
Pristine home on corner lot w/incred.
landscaping! Vaulted ceilings throughout! Archways, recessed lighting,
3 bdrms, 3 ba, 2 car. Views! Close to
parks! Dynamic price, close to mil.
bases. 12518 Scamper Rd. $209,900
Dancing Star Realty - 488-2234
FOUNTAIN
COUNTRYSIDE 3b/2ba/2, 1612 Sq Ft.
4-Lvl Home, Garage w/ Storage
Shelves, Lg Backyd, FR w/ Fpl -Walk
Out to Backyd, Close to Schls! $175K
Jorgette @ 499-1232, Colorado Casa
FOUNTAIN VALLEY
MOVE IN READY! Immaculate 3 Car
Stucco and Stone Rancher in FLYING
HORSE, minutes away from AFA. ¼ of
an acre lot that backs up to greenway
and running/bike path. Approximately
$20,000 in professional landscaping. 4
bedroom, 3 full baths 3160 (completely
finished) sq. ft. home. Priced at
$399,000. Approximately $10,000 under
2009 assessed market value. A must
see! Call 339-2807 for private showing.
PEYTON
Great horse property on fenced 5AC,
w/5/3/4c gar/3,304sf.home. Close to
Peterson and Schriever AFBs. Call
Larry, RE/MAX Properties 590-4744
CLAREMONT RANCH 3Bed/3ba/4,
3182 Sq Ft. Brand New Cond, Lots of
Upgrades, HWF, FR F/p, Ceramic Tile,
Beautiful Landscaping. $275K
Jorgette @ 499-1232, Colorado Casa
RIVERS DIVIDE 4Bd/3ba/2, 3368 SF.
5.05 Ac, Views of Bijou Basin, Open
Floor Plan, Large FR, A/C, Wood
Stove, FR, Covrd Porch & Deck! $389K
Jorgette @ 499-1232, Colorado Casa
MONUMENT
POWERS
Single Family Home for sale with
mountain views in Monument (High
Pines). 4 Bedroom, 4 Bath, Custom
Rancher with w/o Basement, 2 1/2 garage on a plus one half acre lot. Beautiful
views....2 decks...professionally landscaped lot with sprinkler system.
Fenced yard. Year built 2004.....Price
$489,000. Contact Mrs Mary Scott...tel
no. 719 481 3079 for an appointment to
view.
MUST SEE HOMES FOR SALE
*614 N 30th st 3bed/1 bath/1 CAR
WESTSIDE Totally remodeled
$219,000
*6050 Gunshot Pass 2bed/1b/1c
$115,000 POWERS
*8025 Parsonage 3bed/2.5bath/2 car
$215,000 by PAFB
*Soaring Eagle Townhome
2bed/2bath/2car for $165,000
*Rental 3bed/2 bath/ 2 car in
Claremont Ranch $1200 month
Kris at Coldwell Banker 661-6112
WHOO-HOO - What a find here!
Luxurious remodeled rancher w/walkout
basement on 2.45 acres of privacy!
Prime location close to town yet nestled
among mature pines with both city &
mtn views!. Granite ctrs, hickory cab,
hardwd flrs, 2 decks plus patio! Over
3,700 sf: 6 bd/3 ba/ 2 car . Custom rock
firepl & wet bar, main level laundry,
bay windows, immaculate condition.
Price low to sell fast!
$497,400 19805 Hamal Drive
Dancing Star Realty - 488-2234
NORTHEAST
CAMPUS BLUFFS 3b/3ba/3, 3123 SF.
Wonderful Open Flr Plan, Stucco Ext,
Stone Accents, Fpl, Deck, Landscpd,
HW Flrs, Upgrades Galore! $350K
Jorgette @ 499-1232, Colorado Casa
Springs Ranch: Beautifully upgraded
2sty, w/1400+sqft, 3 bd + loft & 2c gar.
Spklr, GLFP, soaring LR ceiling, country kit. $179,900 firm! Cliff - Cliff
Johnson Realty 592-9700/590-7200.
PUEBLO WEST
New 3800 SqFt Finished Rancher, 5Bd/
3Bath/ 6 or 8 Car Gar, Covered Patio,
A/C, many energy efficient features.
$284,900, Frech Team 719-290-1000
Wheelchair Acc, ‘07, 5/3/3car, 2894sf,
full fin bsmnt. 1.223ac, Landscaped.
$219,900. Jones Healy 719-250-1976
BLACK FOREST
4 Bedroom 5 acres
$189,900.
Excellent condition,
garage, patio, Big
Views, private well,
quiet, horses ok.
Qualifies for $8,000
Tax Credit
7428 Theresa Drive
6 beds, 5 ba, 3 car. 3,945 sq ft, fin bsmt.
Call Linda Richie, RE/MAX Properties,
719-310-5377. MLS#456317
EASY ACCESS TO BASES, 4BD
3ba/2c,liv rm, fam rm w/gas fp, all
appl,
deck, trees, private yard, $195,000
Ron M/RMP 697798.ourdaddy.com
Call 24/7 - 576-8888 Code 1578
GENERAL
Semi-Custom rancher on 40 acres.
Upgraded kitchen appliances,
vaulted ceilings and many EXTRAS! 3BR, 2BA, 2 car garage,
1644sqft. Shows like a model home.
The Manning Team @ RE/MAX
Advantage. Call Don 719-550-1544
$159,900 AFFORDABLE &
IMMACULATE! SEEING IS
BELIEVING! 3 BR, 1 BA, 2 CG.
NEW: Granite Counters, Vinyl
Windows, Kitchen Appliances, F/P &
More! Just Painted Inside & Out,
Huge Patio! Call or E-mail
Cathy NOW! (719) 331-8161
[email protected]
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Springs Mobile home park. Assessed
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OBO. Lease Option! 325-277-2948.
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Linda Lafferty
CRS, GRI, ABR, MRE, CNE
Member Elite 25, Broker
719.955.8590
www.lindalafferty.com
S/W Area
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$160,000.00
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SOUTHEAST
WEST
2bd/2ba, 24x48 mobile home + lot. Near
Ft Carson. 1223 Sherwood Ln. $70K.
Owner will carry, 10% down. 390-8564
Fountain Springs Apartments
Huge 1-2-3 BR starting at just $635!
Only a $1 deposit! Full size washer/
dryer included, 24-hr fitness center,
swimming pool, gated community &
more. Call 719-591-4600
4+BR, 4BA, 2-car Dist-20 School
hardwood, appliances, finished
basement, $369,900 229-6040
Great time to Buy!
MILITARY APPRECIATION REBATE:
46 Woodbridge $267,500 Million dollar
views of the lake and golf course! Private D12 townhome with a bright, open
Floor plan. This 3bed/4 bath 2 car is a
great value for the area. Close to Fort
Carson. Isabel Laber 338-6436 and
Bianca Taylor 229-6488. ERA Shields
Ranch, open flowing floor plan, kitchen
has been updated & includes a breakfast
bar, spacious owners bedroom w/private
bath & walk in closet, central A/C.
$160,000. 2 Bd 2 B/ Attached 2 Car
Garage Call Linda Lafferty with
Platinum Group at 719-955-8590
SOUTHWEST
3 bed/3 bath townhouse in
Broadmoor by golf course. $215,000
#719-579-9260/719-359-0365
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Call: (719) 329-5236
Colorado Power Classifieds
4/2/1, 1666sqft, new flooring, paint,
windows, fenced yard. Close to Ft Carson. Reduced to $130K. 719-229-7557.
WE WILL BEAT
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School Options.
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Let’s Talk!
Call Glenda Miller
New Home Connection @
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CENTRAL
HOMES FOR SALE
Newer, roomy home for rent in
Briargate, 4 bd rm, loft, 2 car garage,
1 mile from Dist 20 schools K-12.
Many upgrades, professionally
landscaped, $1300 mo. 719-491-2932.
APARTMENT
RENTALS
CENTRAL
AFFORDABLE - 1BR, Remodeled, security doors, carpeted, oak cabinets,
coin-op laundry, downtown C.S.
$455/400 dep. 210 S Weber. Call
Haley Realty to see 634-3785.
4 Bed/3 Bath--2185 Diamond Creek, Flying Horse Rancher, A/C, 3700sf, 3 car garage, D-20 schools,
Recorded Message 1 800 594 7302 ext 1204, $545,000
6 bed/4 Bath – 7117 Purple Thistle, over 3100sf nished, D-49,Recorded Message 1 800 594 7302
ext 1064, $269,900
4 Bed/3 Bath- 12254 Pine Valley, 3000sf, 3 car garage, D-49, Recorded Message 1 800 594 7302
ext 1294 , $265,000
Clean 800 sq foot house. Shared
utilities,downtown area. $450.
Call 719-520-5196
House, 2Br/2Bath/Full Basement
Large Yard w/Garage-Quiet Area
$875+Deposit. 719-227-1781
DUPLEX/4PL
CENTRAL-Near schools. 2 BR, 1 BA
4PLX. kitchen/bath. 1 level,R-30 insul.
Storm windows, W/D hookups in
pantry. Inclds ,RF,DS,ceiling fans.
$595/400dep. HALEY REALTY
634-3785
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makeover w/ new paint, carpet,
vinyl,blinds, coin-op w/d, off street
parking, storageroom, deck.
1450 Hathaway Dr #B $475/395 dep
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Call Clark at 719-964-4628
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Call for Availability & Pricing.
Rent For As Low As $285!
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Broker/Owner
USAF (Ret.)
ABR, GRI, PE
SOUTHEAST
Swint Realty CO, LLC
Available: Downstairs 2BR, New
Carpet, 1100sq ft, Near Ft Carson. Util,
cable & trash pd. No smoking. $585/mo
plus dep, ref req. 719-473-9976
6189 Lehman Drive, Ste 200 • Colo. Springs, CO 80918
592-9700 • Cell: 964-5612• [email protected]
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4 Bed/3 Bath--2185 Diamond Creek, Flying Horse Rancher, A/C, 3700sf, D-20 schools,
Recorded Message 1 800 594 7302 ext 1204, $2550 per month
3 Bed/3 Bath--9581 Yukon Way, 2082 sf, A/C, Recorded Message 1 800 594 7302 ext 1024, $1225
per month, Available October 1
6 Bed/3 Bath--108 Cielo Vista, Upgraded home in Fountain, large rear yard, Recorded Message
1 800 594 7302 ext 1054, $1300 per month
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3 Bed/2 Bath--1615 Bowstring, Monument rancher, 2000sf, Recorded Message 1 800 594 7302 ext
1074, $1200 per month, Available October 1
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per month, Available 1 October
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HOMES FOR RENT
7 Bdrm 4½ Ba 5000 sf D-20
Ready for horses, 2 1/2 acres
$1950/month 719-472-5867 Byron
This is the best time, ever, to buy a home!
Member
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Call for our Military Specials
At this Time we are offering First full
month’s rent free on approved credit with
12 month lease or $300.00 Look and
Lease with a 6 or 9 month lease.
BRIARGATE
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Bus: (719) 304-5119
Cell: (719) 648-7296
421 N. Tejon Street
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Dove Tree Apartments
255 Lionstone Dr.
Colorado Springs Co 80916
719-574-1672
FOUNTAIN: Clean 2br/1ba.
163 Wellington. Newer windows, paint
& floor. No pets. W/D in unit, Section 8
OK! Avail now. $500mo. 338-5123
719.593.0593 • 866.245.3952
WE HAVE VERY COMPETITIVE
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Just remember we’re a Bank not a
mortgage broker – we’re the safest
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Newly renovated Clubhouse, business
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Call Nanette Robinson at
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Semi-Custom rancher on 40 acres.
Upgraded
kitchen
appliances,
vaulted ceilings and many
EXTRAS! 3BR, 2BA, 2 car garage,
1644sqft. Shows like a model home.
The Manning Team @ RE/MAX
Advantage. Call Don 719-550-1544
Starting at $635.00
JR AND LARGE 1 BEDROOMS
starting at $445.00
HOMES FOR RENT
Been turned down because of credit
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Rates are still low….$8,000 available
until Nov 30, 2009.
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$150-$249,999.....$1,150
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Rent
Western Hills Apartments
810 Western Drive
Colorado Springs, CO 80915
(866) 997-3998
Southeast
Villages at Woodmen
1629 East Woodmen Rd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80920
719-598-3939
$599$699
$499$599
Deposit
$0
$0
Available
Now
Now
Bedrooms
1&2
1&2
Bathrooms
1&2
1
Lease
6 to 18
months
6 to 12
months
WD in
Unit
Yes
No
WD
Faclities
No
Yes
Pets
Yes
Yes
Pool
Yes
Yes
Dishwasher
About Us
Yes
All military pre-approved! (pending evictions and
criminal screening). Western Hills is one minute
outside of Peterson AFB, 10 minutes from Schriever
AFB and 20 minutes from Ft. Carson. Monthly
activities, internet café, pool, hot tub, tennis court
and 24 hour tness center.
Yes
All military pre-approved! (pending evictions and criminal screening). Villages at Woodmen is conveniently
located within minutes of all the North Side shopping.
Anywhere from Local Grocery stores to Chapel Hills
Mall within a 1 to 5 minute drive. I-25 access is a 5
minute direct shot west of our property. Off leash dog
park, internet cafe and 2 sparkling pools!
For more information about promoting your Apartment in our Guide call 719-329-5236
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Theresa 287-2650
Jorgette 499-1232
Boris 499-1236
To place an ad in this section, call Colorado Power Classifieds at 719-329-5236.
BAKERY
THE place for Kolaches, Breads, Pastries, award winning
Cinnamon Rolls, and now Take-n-Bake Pizza.
Personalized, decorated, great tasting CAKES for any occasion.
10% MILITARY DISCOUNT on Wednesdays.
www.altitudesweets.com
Altitude Sweets Bakery
6050 N. Carefree Circle
(Corner of N Carefree & Tutt)
719-573-8217
BBQ
Red Hot & Blue Bar-B-Que
4290 N Academy Blvd
(Just N of Austin Bluffs on Academy)
719.592.0300
www.redhotandblue.com
“Best bar-b-que you’ll ever have in a building that hasn’t
already been condemned.” Enjoy ribs, brisket, pork, chicken,
links and homemade sides as well as salads, sandwiches, burgers
& more. Open 7 days a week with a full bar. Large parties always
welcome. Carryout & Catering available.
BREAKFAST
Omelette Parlor
900 E. Filmore St.
Colorado Springs, CO 80907
719-633-7770
Open 7 days a week.
Weekdays: 6am-2pm,
Weekends: 6am-2:30pm
www.co-spgs-omeletteparlor.com
Voted “Best Place For Breakfast” for 16yrs because of our
Untouchable Omelettes, Outrageous Pancakes, Belgian Wafes,
Huevo Rancheros w/Pork Green Chili and Much, Much More…not
forgetting our Great Tasting Coffee (served in a cup…not in a boot).
Come and join us for a great experience where you’re treated like family.
½ price omelettes from 6-7am. Breakfast and Lunch served all day.
Military discounts available w/ID.
ITALIAN
BAMBINOS
Italian Eatery &
Catering Co.
Bambinos Italian Eatery &
Catering Co
2849 E. Platte Ave.
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
719-630-8121
www.bambinospizza.com
Open 7 days a week. Centrally located on the SE corner of Circle and
Platte. Serving pizza, calzones, pasta, salad bar and sandwiches.
All you can eat Italian buffet every day and Wednesday and Sunday
evenings. Monday and Tuesday, kids under 11 eat free + make your
own pizza. Private banquet room available that ts 90, great for Hail
and Farewell. Monday is Military Discount Day, 20% off food
ticket. Family owned and Operated for 31 years.
JAPANESE
Akasaka Japanese Restaurant
4737 N Academy Blvd.
Colorado Springs CO 80918
719-272-7301
www.akasaka.conous.com
Authentic Japanese food - sushi, sashimi, tempura, teriyaki, udon and
shabu shabu. Military discount with ID.
MEXICAN
DosHombres
3071 S. Academy Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80916
719-392-3000
Open 7 days a week, 11am-9pm.
Open till 10pm on Fri & Sat.
Dos Hombres Is a family restaurant. All of our food is made from
scratch with the freshest ingredients every day. With four different
chili’s and two salsas we have something for everyone. We offer an
affordable children’s menu. Military specials are buy one entree get
one free every Tuesday and Sundays are 20% off your food check.
All specials are for dine in only.
MIDDLE EASTERN
Arabica Cafe
Downtown’s
Middle Eastern
Grill
Arabica Café
12 S. Tejon St
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
719-471-2444
www.cravearabica.com
Fresh Kababs, Original Shawarma, Gyros, Tandoori,
Vegan choices and much more. check the
website www.cravearabica.com
Heart of Jerusalem
4587 Austin Bluffs Pkwy
(Corner of Austin Bluffs & Barnes,
Next to Abookah Hookah Lounge)
719-685-9554
10:30am - 9pm Mon - Sat
11:00am - 8pm Sun
www.heartofjerusalemcafe.com
Authentic Middle Eastern Cuisine. King of Falafel! Voted Best
Falafel & Shawermah (Gyro) in 2008 by the Independent & Gazette! Homemade Falafel made daily to order. Fresh Lamb, Chicken
& Beef Shawermah (Gyro) over saffron rice. Vegetarian plates,
Manakeesh Zaatar Bread (Lebanese Israeli Bread) & Homemade
Baklava. FREE Drink with Military or Student ID. The Abukhdeir
Family welcomes you to their newest location. Enjoy a FREE
Middle Eastern Tea & Baklava with any purchase.
MOROCCAN
Tajine Alami
10 Old Mans Trail
Manitou Springs, CO 80829
719-685-1119
www.tajinealami.com
Traditional Authentic Moroccan Restaurant. Serving 4 & 6
course feasts nightly. Featuring belly dancing every Friday and
Saturday, and many dancers the last Wednesday of the month at
our Student Night. Open for lunch for Special occasions.
Open Tues-Sat. 5-9 pm.
PIZZERIA
Leon Gessi New York Pizza®
1806 Palmer Park Blvd
Colorado Springs, CO 80909
719-635-1542
leongessipizza.com
Serving New York Style Pizza, calzones, oven baked subs, beer
& wine. Great for parties, or large groups, or even a quick slice on
the go. Dine or take out. We have been serving the neighborhood
since 1973. Daily specials and Military Discount.
To advertise in Cork ‘n Fork please call 719-329-5236
Rates are $35 per week with a 13 time commitment.
Reach 110,000 readers weekly, other discounts are available
ask your representative when you call
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Town Homes & Condos
F/V • 2Bed/2ba/1g • $850
S/E • 2Bed/1ba • $500
CEN • 2Bed/2ba • $1600
S/W • 2Bed/3ba • $850
F/V • 2Bed/2ba/1g • $850
F/V • 2Bed/3ba/2g • $950
PWR • 2Bed/2ba • $700
S/E • 2Bed/2ba • $650
Single Family Homes
PWR • 3Bed/2ba/2g • $1200
F/V • 3Bed/1ba/1g • $850
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Call Us Today!
(719) 227-7200
MONUMENT
3581 sq ft 4BR/2.5BTH w/AC
$1600+util+HOA Month-to-Month
3 Car Garage 719-488-0762
Executive 5 Bed 4 Bath Rancher on 1
Acre. 4 Fireplaces Hot Tub New BF location - $2600 monthly. 719-304-4214
Gorgeous Rancher! Mtn.Views!
Lg.Treed Golf course lot! D-38
A/C, 3600sf, $1590/mo 481-8129
Lake view Condo for Rent. 1800 s/f,
3BR, 2BA, garage. Ranch style. $1175
p/mon+dep. Avail 10/3 or 10/10.
NORTHEAST
2Br/1½ba Condo. Near UCCS.
Plenty of closet space. W/D
included. $725/mo. 719-360-6673
NORTHGATE
Immaculate, executive 2-Story home.
Private location 4 bedrms, 4 baths,
hardwd flrs, double ovens, A/C, 5 pc
Master ba w/huge walk-in closet, detailed yards. $1,700/mo - 14275 Corrico
Court -Dancing Star Realty - 488-2234
NORTHWEST
2 MI to USAFA.
Immac 3B/2.5BA/2C twnhse, 2800 sf,
maint free, mt views, huge LL FR, gas
FP in LR, sep DR, eat-in kit, w/d/ref, sm
pet OK, D-20 schools, avail now
$1300/mo, 1yr lease, owners pay hoa.
Reply to [email protected]
POWERS
SPRINGS RANCH: 1700+ sqft, 3bd,
4ba, GLFP. $1099/mo. Call Cliff
@ Cliff Johnson Realty
590-7200 / 598-2758
SPRINGS RANCH: 2 sty, open, soaring
ceiling in grt room. 3bd + loft, 2 1/2ba,
FP, 2c gar. $1095. Avail. Now!
Call Cliff @ Cliff Johnson Realty
592-9700 / 590-7200.
ROOMMATES WANTED
FALCON: Room & pvt bath. W&D,
Cable, all ults included. 15 mins Schreiver /PAFB. $425. Avail now: 390-7327
Lg 1bd/1ba, Fully Furnished.
Totally private, $500/mo. Mins from
PAFB 719-339-6967
SECURITY
78 Goret Dr. 3BR, 1BA, family room
and fireplace, fenced yard. Close to Ft
Carson. $775/mo. Call 719-332-9633
For Rent: 3Bd/2Ba/1Car, 1680sq ft.
New Appls. W/D. Fenced Backyd, Pets
ok. $1125/mo. 719-360-6673
SOUTHEAST
4BR/ 2BA, 2c gar, fenced yd full bsmt,
available now! quiet area near
USAFA/Peterson. Call 910-286-4867
948 Azure Circle, 2 bd/1ba/1ca
$800 mo. + dep/utilities
Call 392-8570
3 bed/3 bath Condo with garage in
Broadmoor for $1350/month
#719-579-9260/719-359-0365
3bd,2bth $1050/mth,pets ok
AC,deck,new apps,<1 mile gate 3
719.200.2301 - Must see!
Close to Seven Falls. Cottage for rent,
$525. 1BR apartment, $450. Call after
5pm. Call 719-466-1868
TRILAKES
Woodmoor Rancher, 3600 sf, ac,
3/2/2, many amenities, treed lg
lot, views, $1590/mo, 481-8129
WEST
3bd/2ba over 1100sf home, fpl &
vaulted ceilings, w/d included, new windows & doors sm yard. $825/month
plus utilities. Call 930-1077or 685-0215
4-Plex in Cascade. Lg 2B/1Ba unit, w/d
hookups, Stream in back, On schl bus
route. No pets, $600+util. 719-684-9054
TRANSPORTATION
Colorado Casa,
REALTORS®
SOUTHWEST
ATV & Trailer; 06 Honda Rancher
400 4x4; less than 100 hrs;
yellow; $3200; 488-3298
AUTO ACCESSORIES &
PARTS
CAR AUDIO & WINDOW
TINTING SPECIALS:
WINDOW TINT FROM $129
CAR ALARMS FROM $129
FUSION SUBWOOFER
PACKAGES $299
CUSTOM INSTALLS & MORE
PERFORMANCE AUTOSOUND &
TINT
719-636-2676
www.performanceautosoundweb.com
JEEP
2002 Jeep Liberty, 4 door,
V-6 with 127K mi, $6200.
Call 719-337-9548 or 719-266-3810
MERCEDES BENZ
Mercedes 1981 380SL Sport Car, Mint
Cond. Beautiful, Silver/Blue leather,
convertable htop $9,500 540-0556/4657
SUBARU
1995-2008 SUBARUS
Foresters, Outbacks, Legacys, Imprezas,
WRXs, See Pictures at
www.MonumentMotors.com Great
Prices!! 1 year Warranty 481-9900
SUV
2006 Dodge Durango SXT V8 4.7L,
39K, BLK Color, Excellent cond,
$14200 OBO, CALL 719-559-5731
UTIL. TRAILERS
03 tilt trailer 10x5 bed $1000
5 37’swamper tires blkrims $800. Table
/Hutch 8chs 2 lvs $450 719-433-2402
VW
05 PASSAT GLX-AWD-LOADED-Htd
Lthr, Snrf,Just Srvcd, EX COND73k Mls, $12,600 OBO 650-4281
2006 VW Jetta GLI, turbo, 6-speed, sun
roof,nav system, leather asking $17,800.
Jason at 313-8647 or 360-4957.
MOTORCYCLES
1997 KLR650 Kawasaki Enduro
65+ MPG. Asking $1650,
call 719-337-4555
1998 ultra groundpounder, $10k
113’ S&S motor, rigid, flames
call 390-7988 for more info
2000 Black Victory Special Edition,
Super show winner, bagger, extras, 18k
miles $6000obo. Don 719-579-9513
2007 Yamaha VStar motorcycle
in perfect condition.
asking $7500 obo. 719-579-2034
‘05 Suzuki S50 Boulvard 800cc,
bags, helmet, jack, NIB fairing
$3,600 obo, (505) 227-3124
1998 Honda Goldwing 1500 SE tour
package, pearl white, Xlnt cond,
33k mi $7000 Dave 719-661-4766
FRONT RANGE CYCLE SHOP
Motorcycle/ATV/Snowmobile Repair.
MMI Certified Mechanics on All Makes
Models, Yrs. Fast, Courteous Service.
Biggest Used Bike Shop in Southern
Colorado—many Low Mileage Bikes
(Parts & Accessories) 1812 E. St.Vrain
(near Platte off Union) 719-302-4579
RVS
1996, 36ft, Windsor by Monaco, class
A, kitchen, bath, 2 AC, Elec/Gas heat,
$25,000 Call 719-590-9667
BUICK
2001 Buick Centrury
47,000 miles, Good Condition, loaded.
$5,500. Call 719-590-1092
CADILLAC
Pre-Owned CADILLACS
EldensAuto.com
4385 East Platte Ave.
719-459-5961
CHEVROLET
1984 Chevy Cavalier Conv. newer
top,Tires & Paint, All power, $4000
Red W/White Top. (719) 622-1243
1951 Chevy Pickup, 5-window. Project
vehicle. A true “barn yard” find with
only surface rust. Original panels and
engine, copies of paperwork tracing
ownership back to original sale. $3000
o.b.o. Divide/C.C area. 719-258-0348.
wht 2002 Chevy Trailblazer EXT
Leather, sun rf, loaded $9400
Call Mike 719-661-7748
FORD
2008 Ford Mustang GT 5 speed manual.
Still brand new, garage kept. 6700
miles. $23,000. (719) 235-8969
HUMMER
NEAR FORT CARSON- 3BR, 3BA,
2C, fenced back yard, quiet neighborhood, must see! 7465 Powderwash Dr
$995/895 HALEY REALTY 634-3785
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2006 Hummer H3 Luxury
29,000 Miles, $26,000 or OBO
Call: 315-783-7744
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