Base Services

There are many services/amenities available to you right on base.
Click on any of the links below to read more about them.

 

Air Force Aid Society

Airman’s Attic

Army & Airforce

Auto Skills Center

Base Theater

Car Wash

Chadwell Dining Facility

Chapel Services

Child Care

Collocated Club

Defense Commissary

Education Office

Exchange Service

Family Services

Family Support Services

Fitness

Gas Station/Shopette

Honor Guard

Leisure Travel Office

Library

Military Clothes Sale

Other Organizations

Outdoor Recreation

Post Office

Project Kids Stuff

Skills Development Ctr.

Warren Golf Course

Warren Lanes

Youth Programs

Local Businesses

 

Air Force Aid Society
The Air Force Aid Society office, located in the Family Support Center, can arrange for loans or grants if events require emergency leave or other contingencies require immediate financial aid.
Information about dependent or spouse college grant and benefit programs through AFAS are also available. Call 773-2216 for more information.

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Airman’s Attic
The Airman’s Attic, Bldg. 347, offers free items to E-4s and below and their families. The last Friday of the month is Brown Bag Day and is open to all ranks. Clothing, furniture, books and toys are a few of the many items available. The Airman’s Attic is open from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesdays and Fridays. For more information, call 773-4106.

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Army and Air Force Exchange Service
The Army and Air Force Exchange Service operate a variety of facilities on base. The Base Exchange Main Store is located next to the Commissary. Inside you will find Anthony’s Pizza, Patsy’s Pantry, Cheyenne Coffee, GNC Nutrition Center, optical, flower, barber and beauty shops, a laundry/dry cleaner and video game room. Burger King is located in the front of the Commissary.
Applications for employment in any of the AAFES facilities are available at the Human resources office, which is also located within the main exchange. The BX is open seven days per week. For more information, call 634-1593.

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Auto Skills Center

The Auto Skills Center’s highly skilled and customer driven staff provides many services such as turning rotors, drums, brake work, front end work, CV shafts, bearing repacking, engine tune-ups, computerized four wheel alignment, wheel balancing and engine diagnostics. A large variety of new equipment including three new lifts and a large welding booth are available for use.
A great selection of specialized hand tools, battery chargers, drills, drill presses, spring compressors, hydraulic presses, pullers and more is offered.
State-of-the-art Mitchell and Alldata DVD repair printouts are available for domestic and foreign vehicles, 1982 to current. The Auto Skills Center is located at 1810 Commissary Road. For more information, call 773-3869.

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Base Theater

Movies are shown Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Movie schedule is available at www.aafes.com.
The base movie theatre schedule is provided by AAFES. All questions and suggestions should be directed toward AAFES management at (307) 634-1593. For a recording movies call 773-2226.

Movies are shown Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Movie schedule is available at www.aafes.com.The base movie theatre schedule is provided by AAFES. All questions and suggestions should be directed toward AAFES management at (307) 634-1593. For a recording movies call 773-2226.

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Car Wash

A car wash is located in Bldg. 727 and offers the self-helper a two-bay facility with a coin operated multi selection washing process. Coin operated vacuums, cleaning supplies and change machines are available as well. Questions about the base car wash can be directed to the Auto Skills Center.

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Chadwell Dining Facility
The Chadwell Dining Facility, 6107 10th Cavalry, provides eligible patrons with outstanding food service. Nearly 550 customers eat at Chadwell Dining Facility daily. Breakfast, lunch, short order and dinner meals are provided weekdays. On weekends, a brunch supper meal concept is used and a midnight meal is also offered daily.

Chadwell has two dining rooms; the Eagles Nest, which is the formal dining room, and the informal dining room, the Cheyenne Deli. Both dining rooms have recently undergone a multi-thousand dollar remodeling project, improving the overall comfort and dining atmosphere of the facility. Patrons can also choose carry out service through Subs Plus. A variety of submarine sandwiches are offered on a made-to-order request, along with homemade chili, macaroni salad and other carry out items.

Programs include a quarterly birthday meal and family dining options are extended to junior enlisted members, senior airman and below. For more information, call 773-3838.

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Chapel Services

A warm, friendly and inviting environment awaits your arrival at Warren’s Chapels. The chapel team is here to help you and your family meet your religious needs and is available for counseling and religious rites.
Call the chapel at 773-3434 for more information about current programs or faith groups meeting in the local area. A chaplain can be reached after duty hours by calling the Duty Chaplain through the Law Enforcement Desk at 773-3501 or through the Command Post at 773-3921.

Chapel Schedule
Activities take place at either High Plains Chapel or Frontier Chapel.
Daily Schedule Duty Hours M-F, 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Daily Mass M-F, 11:35 a.m., High Plains Chapel
Saturday Catholic Confessions 4 – 4:40 p.m., High Plains Chapel
Saturday Vigil Mass 5 p.m., High Plains Chapel
Sunday Worship Schedule
Catholic Mass 9:15 a.m., High Plains Chapel

Liturgical Protestant Service 8 a.m., Frontier Chapel
Traditional Protestant Service 11 a.m., Frontier Chapel
Contemporary Protestant Service 11:15 a.m., High Plains Chapel

Other Services
For Information on Catholic or Protestant Religious Education, Muslim Lay Leader, Jewish Lay Leader or Holy Day Mass Schedule, call 773-3434.

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Child Care

Need a nurturing environment for your children while you’re at work? Warren’s Child Development Programs offer quality, affordable and conveniently located care. Their goal is to provide closely supervised play and developmentally appropriate activities for young children. Programs are available for the convenience of parents who need to be away from their children for short or long periods of time during the day. Care is available weekdays on both a full time and hourly basis.
There is one Child Development Center and many Family Child Care homes at F. E. Warren. Located at 5000 Ft. Russell Way, the Child Development Center provides care for children 3 months through 5 years 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. weekdays.

Professional Child Development Center staff members are available to provide a safe and pleasant environment, as well as create a mental and physical developmental program for your child. Daily learning experiences include large and small motor development, manipulative skills, creative arts to include painting, music and movement, simple science and math, outdoor play, hygiene and self-help. Special activities and field trips are planned for special learning experiences.

Family Child Care, 1105 Wyoming Ave., offers an alternative form of childcare for parents who would like their children cared for in a home setting. Care is provided in military housing. Caregivers, who are licensed by the Support Group commander, go through a wide range of training and screening before approval is given for in-home care. Referral lists for in-home providers may be obtained from a variety of agencies on base such as Family Child Care, the Child Development Center or Community Support. For more information, call the Child Development Center at 773-3221, or Family Child Care at 773-3317.

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Collocated Club
Located just inside the main gate at 4907 Randall Ave., Trail’s End is a full service hospitality facility offering quality service, food, lounge areas and professional catering for club members. Clubs support the institutional value and tradition of the Air Force and membership in them is encouraged.
The Cheyenne Room is a casual restaurant area in which a breakfast, lunch and family night buffets are served. Enlisted members can enjoy the Wrangler Lounge during their off-duty hours. The lounge offers a variety of non-alcoholic and alcoholic selections. The Roger’s Lounge offers all that the Wrangler Lounge does, but for officers. Both lounges offer a Friday Social Hour where members can relax.

A professional catering department is available to provide a worry-free special event. Whether large or small, casual or formal, the club’s catering department offers the best service and selection in the area. New to Warren? Transfer your membership within 30 days of arrival and receive $25 in gift certificates.

The club calendar and coupons are published monthly in the Antelope. For your free subscription call 773-2858. Call the Trail’s End Club at 773-3048. E-mail us at [email protected] or fax us at 632-9286

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Defense Commissary Agency
The Commissary is a modern supermarket serving the needs of active duty, retirees, reservists and their families. They offer a complete line of meat, produce, grocery, baker and deli items. Items are sold at cost, with an added five percent surcharge to pay for remodeling and construction of new commissaries. A regular patron can save more than $2,000 each year.

Shoppers must show appropriate ID cards when making purchases. The commissary has self-employed baggers to assist patrons with their purchase. Baggers are not commissary employees and work for tips only.

The Commissary is open six days per week. To voice your opinions, concerns, and suggestions to management, attend the Commissary Focus Group or call 773-3509.

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Education Office

The Education, Training, and Human Resources Flight, 1205 Blackpowder Rd, provides the highest available quality of educational opportunities to officers, enlisted, family members, retirees, DoD civilians, as well as the local community. Services include, but are not limited to testing, counseling, financial aid information and degree programs ranging from associates through masters.
Testing for college credit may be accomplished through the College Level Examination Program or the Defense Activity for Non-Traditional Educational Support. The ACT, SAT, GRE or GMAT tests are available for college or graduate school entrance. Study materials to prepare
students for any of the above tests are located at easy-to-access Web sites.

In addition to computer-based programs and reference books, individual educational guidance counselors are readily available to assist in the
planning of each student’s educational goals. Individualized planning is also available for those pursuing an associate degree from the Community College of the Air Force.

Locally available associate degree programs are offered through Laramie County Community College. Classes are conducted both on base and at the main campus. Bachelor degree programs are offered on base through Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Park University, and the University of Wyoming, and a wide variety of distance learning programs from accredited colleges and universities.

Masters degree programs on base are available through ERAU. UW and Lesley University provide bachelors and masters degree programs in Cheyenne. UW, Colorado State University and the University of Northern Colorado have a diverse selection of degree programs available at their campuses.

For more information on how the Education, Training, and Human Resources Flight can help you, call (307) 773-2117.

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Army and Air Force Exchange Service

The Army and Air Force Exchange Service operates a variety of facilities on base. The base exchange main store is located next to the commissary. Inside is Subway, GNC Nutrition Center, an optical shop, barber and beauty shops and a dry cleaner. Burger King is located near the commissary.

Applications for employment are available at www.aafes.com. The BX is open seven days a week. For more information call (307) 634-1593. The Army and Air Force Exchange Service operates a variety of facilities on base. The base exchange main store is located next to the commissary. Inside is Subway, GNC Nutrition Center, an optical shop, barber and beauty shops and a dry cleaner. Burger King is located near the commissary. Applications for employment are available at www.aafes.com. The BX is open seven days a week. For more information call (307) 634-1593.

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Family Services
Once you arrive at Warren, Family Services, located in the Family Support Center, has futons, cribs, car seats, kitchen utensils, microwaves and other household necessities available for loan. Most items can be borrowed for up to 30 days or longer. Microwaves, TVs/VCRs and vacuums are loaned for five days with two possible renewals.

Family Services also provides welcome packages for Warren and the Cheyenne area. Brochures and videos of other Air Force bases are available for checkout to help you prepare for your next move.

Grades E-4 and below can get a free layette for their firstborn child through Family Services. Family Services is open 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. weekdays. For more information, call 773-3739.

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Family Support Center

The Family Support Center, 7601 Randall Avenue, serves as the central location for singles and families to get assistance. The FSC should be your first stop to receive relocation information about the base, the Cheyenne area, employment for spouses and financial management and consultation. No question is too big or too small-the FSC can help you find the right answer. When a military member is TDY, deployed or on a remote tour, the FSC is there to assist the family remaining at home. Transition assistance services are offered to all active duty members who are leaving the service.
The FSC serves as a “one-stop shop” where family members have priority. The center is open from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., weekdays. For more information, stop by or call 773-2241.

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Fitness
For those seeking physical conditioning opportunities, Warren offers a health and fitness center plus an indoor track and conditioning facility. These facilities offer patrons a variety of equipment, physical fitness programs and the opportunity for social interaction and
self-improvement.

Freedom Hall Fitness Center is well equipped and staffed for individualized and group sporting activities including basketball, volleyball and racquetball courts. A weight room offers the opportunity for individual conditioning with free weights, Life steppers, HardKore, Lifecycles, treadmills, recumbent bikes, Life Circuit, Stairmasters and rowers.

The Fitness Center also offers three tennis courts, two basketball courts, inline hockey, softball fields, a 1.3 mile track, 5, 10 and 20K route maps for walking, jogging and biking. The outdoor track is located on the parade field.

Intramural sports include flag football, basketball, bowling, racquetball, inline hockey, volleyball, softball, golf, soccer and tennis. Club sports have included rugby, lacrosse and soccer. See your squadron sports representative for participation in Intramural activities.

Numerous self-directed programs have also been developed to add fun and motivation to your workouts. These programs include Bike Across Africa, Hiking Through the Andes and the King Kong Stairstepper Club to name a few.

The Indoor Track and Conditioning Facility, 6711 10th Cavalry, is a fully equipped field house facility for a variety of group or individualized programs. It includes 20 stations of MedX equipment, free weights, Lifecycles, treadmills, recumbent bikes, Stairmasters, Life Circuit Trainer Stepmills, treadmills, Nordic tracks, Life Rowers, a regulation volleyball court, 1/10 mile running track, and an aerobics exercise room with free aerobics classes offered weekdays, morning, noon and evening.

Certified personal trainers are available by appointment at both facilities. For more information and hours of operations, call either the Fitness Center at 773-3335, or the Indoor Track and Conditioning Facility at 773-3680.

Aquatic Center
Enjoy swimming, instruction and water exercise programs year round at Warren’s indoor pool, 7007 Randall Ave. Swimming lessons are offered throughout the year for all ages. Professional certification classes include: Water Safety Instructor, Life guarding, Lifeguard Instructor, CPR and First Aid.
Free military lap swim is offered weekdays during the lunch hours. There are four lanes in the pool totally dedicated to fitness swimmers. Water aerobics classes are designed to improve cardio respiratory endurance for the beginning exerciser and the advanced athlete. Work out in an environment that reduces the jarring often associated with other forms of sport and aerobic exercise.

The Warren Waves swim team meets to improve stroke mechanics, learn basic water rescue skills and to participate in intramural competition. Open recreation swim times are offered daily. An adult must accompany children ages 10 and younger.

A massage therapy session can be scheduled through the Aquatic Center. Choose from Swedish massage, deep-tissue/ neuromuscular, sport massage or pregnancy massage.

Birthday parties are a splash at the Aquatic Center. Parents enjoy the ease of hosting a fun filled pool party that is sure to please the party guests. For more information 773-3195.

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Gas Station/Shopette

The Shopette/Service Station, Bldg. 400, is Warren’s convenience store. It stocks a variety of food and beverage items, and also offers video rentals. The facility was upgraded in 2003, adding a class six and a two-bay garage for lube/oil changes, tire sales and mounting. For more information, call 634-0124.

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Honor Guard
Tradition, Esprit De Corps, dedication, sacrifice, integrity and pride are the traits of a professional member of the U.S. Air Force. The members of the 90th Space Wing Honor Guard represent the elite of U.S. Air Force professionals. The Honor Guard provides support for parades, retreats, changes of command, distinguished visitors, weddings, ceremonies and posting and retiring of the Colors. The most visible and lasting impression provided by the Honor Guard are the honors given to deceased who have honorably served their nation. Providing Military Funeral Honors is the primary mission of the Honor Guard. The honors rendered at memorial services and funerals provide not only a final tribute to the deceased, but also a soothing, healing time of remembrance for families and friends. The final presentation of the flag that draped the casket is a solemn act of recognition and remembrance by a grateful nation for dedicated service and sacrifice.

Do you have what it takes to be the best? The Honor Guard at Warren is a voluntary team. Service on the Honor Guard is reserved for individuals with the desire to go above and beyond the call of duty, to represent the U.S. Air Force and a grateful nation. If you feel you have what it takes to become a proud member of an elite team contact our honor guard office at (307) 773-3588. Practices are held from 2 to 5 p.m. every Thursday at the honor guard practice facility located next to the Airman Leadership School.

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Leisure Travel Office

Let Outdoor Recreation Leisure Travel plan your dream vacation for you! Co-located with Outdoor Recreation, Leisure Travel can book airline reservations, hotel reservations, rental cars, cruise ship adventures and tours. Their prices are competitive with online services, but they provide a personal touch others cannot.
Their prices are lower than most travel agencies because they do not charge a commission. Customers pay the ticket price and a $7 transaction fee – that’s all! Their services are available for non-official travel only. Consultations are by appointment only. Stop by 6205 15th Cavalry, or call 433-1067.

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Library
Interested in a quest for knowledge? Warren’s library, Bldg. 214, has a collection of approximately 40,000 volumes, offering a comprehensive selection of best sellers, fiction, nonfiction, periodicals, videos, CDs and audiotapes. Reading, study, computer and children’s areas allow you to take full advantage of our many resources.

The McNaughton book-leasing program provides customers with best sellers and other current books. Several CD-ROM databases make it easy to find thousands of newspaper and magazine articles. Free Internet service is also available, allowing access to Wyoming Libraries Catalog and First Search. Several document delivery services and Interlibrary Loan allow books and print materials to be gathered from any part of the country. An electronic testing base, Future Test, is available for SATs, ACTs and the Armed Forces Test and more. The library has a selection of more than 110 magazines, as well as local, regional, and nation newspapers. Children’s story hour is held twice a month.

The library is located at 7205 Randall Ave. For more information, call 773-3416.

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Military Clothing Sales

Military Clothing Sales, located within the main exchange, can take care of all your uniform requirements. They also have a mail order catalog available for items not stocked. For more information, call 773-3135.

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Other Organizations

Some of the best experiences you’ll ever have come from being involved in one or more of the various volunteer organizations here at Warren. Membership will allow you to make lasting friendships and lasting contributions to Warren and the Cheyenne community. Here’s just a sampling of some of the organizations open for membership to Air Force members and their families:
Air Force Sergeants Association
Airmen Advisory Council
Buffalo Soldiers
Chief’s Group
Company Grade Officer Council
Enlisted Spouses Club
Officer Spouses Club
NCO Association
NCO Council
Warren Top 3

For information regarding any of these organizations, call 773-3052.

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Outdoor Recreation

If you’re looking for fun and adventure, then Outdoor Recreation, 6205 15th Cavalry, has something for you. Outdoor Recreation manages rental equipment, Information, Tickets and Tours, an Outdoor Adventure Program, base fishing permit sales, two base pavilions, an outdoor paintball facility, a recreational vehicle storage area and a 125 site FAMCAMP facility.
Equipment rentals include hundreds of items for your use including boats, campers, super cookers, tents, fishing rods, bikes, metal detectors, snow skis, snowboards and much more. A boating safety certificate is required for all boat rentals and a free course is available. Equipment can be rented by the day, weekend or week at very reasonable prices. Loan fees are used to maintain, repair and replace rental items. Outdoor Recreation can be reached at 773-2988.

The Information, Tickets and Tours office carries discounted ski lift tickets during the ski season saving the military skier 10 percent to 50 percent off resort prices. Summer discounted tickets available include: Ocean Journey, Six Flags, Disneyland, Denver Zoo, Water World, Seaworld and Universal Studios. Use the Information, Tickets and Tours office when planning your vacation. They can save you 25 percent to 40 percent on lodging at many popular vacation
destinations.

The Outdoor Adventure Program does regularly scheduled and custom trips. They’ll take you to fantastic ski resorts, on whitewater rafting adventures, and to premier biking, hiking, camping and fishing destinations. Also, enjoy a tour to Mount Rushmore, the Denver Zoo, or one of the old west mountain gambling towns.

Fishing permits are available at Outdoor Recreation. All three lakes are available for fishing. Centennial Lake, located by the front gate, is stocked with large mouth bass, blue gill and crappie. It is catch and release only. North and South Pearson Lakes are located at the end of Rogers Road. They are stocked with various kinds of trout and have a six fish per day creel limit. Fishing in Crow Creek requires a Wyoming Fishing License as well as a base permit.

Warren Paintball Wars can be arranged by reservation. An exciting activity for squadrons, friends or for a unique birthday celebration, paintball games take place on base from spring through fall. Nominal fees include the guns, paintballs and CO2 cartridge and safety gear.

Located on base along Crow Creek is FAMCAMP. The peak season is mid-May through Labor Day. Reservations can be made 30 days in advance by calling 773-3874. A new hospitality center houses the camp office, handicap accessible restrooms and laundry facilities. FAMCAMP offers 40 full hookup sites, 10 tent sites and 75 overflow sites for the military traveler.

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Post Office
The Post Office, Bldg. 235, sells stamps, parcel post, money orders, express mail services and insured mail. A limited number of post office boxes are available for rent. The Postal Service Center is a service for authorized military personnel residing in the dormitory. Postal service boxes are accessible 24-hours-a-day. General delivery service is available during normal duty hours for temporary duty members and those residing in a temporary lodging facility until permanent housing is available. For more information, call 773-3409.

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Project Kid Stuff

Family Services volunteers ensure that hospitalized children of military members receive a care package. Children between the age of infant and 13 years old are eligible. The package includes quiet games and toys for use in the hospital. For more information, call Family Services at 773-3739. Hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., weekdays.

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Skills Development Center
The Skills Development Center, 6905 Diamond Creek Way, is the place to pursue a hobby.

The Multi Crafts Center offers custom designed plaques, gifts, mugs,t-shirts, hats and more. Create your own artwork or choose from a wide variety of our designs. Learn to engrave on acrylic, wood, glass and bottles with our versatile laser engraver. Individual or group ceramic classes teach pouring and finishing techniques. A variety of green-ware and bisque is available for purchase. Call Multi Crafts at 773-3754.

The Wood Skills Center offers a wide variety of industrial floor equipment and hand tools for use. A mandatory safety class is held the second and fourth Monday of each month at 5 p.m. Quality hardwood, glue, dowels, sandpaper, clock parts and other miscellaneous items are available. Be sure to call on the Wood Skills Center for help.

The Frame Center offers a professional matting and framing service. The center carries a variety of wood and metal moldings and stocks a wide range of mats. Mat cutting and frame making classes are also available. Call the Frame or Wood Skills Center at 773-3166.

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Warren Golf Course

For those who enjoy a round of golf, Warren has a superb facility. A beautiful 18-hole golf course is located on the northeastern end of the base. The course is open to active-duty, Guard, Reserve and civilians as well as their family members. Golfers have the choice of paying the daily green fees or purchasing an annual membership. Tee times are required for all daily play. Green fees vary by time of day and military rank. Soft spikes are required.
A pro shop, 6110 Golfcourse Dr., offers a complete line of clubs, bags, balls, shirts, shoes and jackets. Golf cars, pull carts and clubs are available as rentals. The golf club cafe provides quality food and refreshments.

The golf course has a driving range, 155-yard practice hole, and chipping and putting greens available for honing your skills. A new clubhouse is scheduled to be completed in the fall of 2002 and will include a golf simulator.

Programs include private and group lessons, junior golf, men’s and ladies’ leagues, squadron intramurals, couples groups and an annual PGA Golf Show and Demo Day, not to mention several tournaments and special events. For more information, call 773-3556.

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Warren Lanes
Warren Lanes, 6004 10th Cavalry, is one of the finest modern bowling facilities in the Air Force. It is equipped with 12 AMF Automatic Pinspotters as well as AMF full color Accuscore Automatic Scoring with computerized service for league bowling.

Open bowling, men’s and women’s leagues, intramural play and mixed leagues offer a variety of programs to choose from. Several tournaments, Moonlight Monte Carlo Jackpot Bowling and XTreme Bowling are held throughout the year. Warren Lanes also has Young American Bowling Alliance and Pee Wee youth leagues. Annual scholarships are awarded to high bowlers in all divisions (excludes Pee Wee leagues).

The pro shop carries bowling supplies and can order supplies including balls, bags, shoes, grips and more to enhance your bowling pleasure. Expert ball plugging and re-drilling is also available at the pro shop.

The Eleventh Frame Snack Bar features charbroiled burgers, steak sandwiches, chicken breast filets, chicken fried steak sandwiches and many other great selections. Try the home-style milk shakes and malts made from hard packed ice cream or the wide selection of beverages.

Additional promotions and special events are extended to our customers throughout the year. Bowling discounts, snack bar and pro shop specials are offered. For more information, call 773-2210.

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Youth Programs
Parents, look no further! The hub of youth activity at Warren is the Youth Center and the Youth Annex, also known as the Roller Rink. Youth can participate in before and after school programs, Summer Camp and recreational and sports programs.

The before and after school and Summer Camp Programs, held at the Youth Center, 1755 Piute, offer a variety of social and instructional activities in a new modern center. As a National School Age Care Alliance accredited program, we place the highest priority on each child’s health, safety and recreational needs. Children have the opportunity to play, work on computers, develop skills, do homework, and participate in organized activities, but most importantly-have fun!

The Youth Sports Program offers a wide array of organized sports. Your child can benefit from roller hockey, basketball, cheerleading, baseball and T-ball, tennis and golf lessons, martial arts and flag football. Youth ages 5 through 18, regardless of talent or ability, can experience the enjoyment and development that participation in a sports program offers. All coaches are trained and certified by the National Youth Sports Coaches Association.

As an affiliate of the Boys and Girls Club of America, Youth Programs at Warren strives to offer the best in wholesome and worthwhile leisure time activities for the family members of active duty, retired military and civilian employees of the base. Parent participation is highly encouraged. For more information, call 773-2564

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Swim/Aquatic Center

Dive into the refreshing waters of a swimming pool. Statistics show swimming to be one of the most popular of all sports. Not only is it one of the best conditioning sports, it can be enjoyed by people of all ages.

You’ll love this pool! The filtration system has been converted to a saline verses a chlorine based sanitation method. This new filtration technique is gentle to the swimmers’ eyes, skin and hair — no more harsh chemicals causing red eyes, or damaged bathing suits! It’s smooth, clear, clean and uses far less salt then is in the ocean. Enjoy swimming year round at F.E. Warren with the indoor pool, 7007 Randall Ave.

Swimming lessons are offered throughout the year for various skill levels.

Open recreation swim is also offered. Children 10 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Ages 11 – 13 may swim by themselves if a swim test is passed.

The Warren Waves Youth Swim Team meets to improve stroke mechanics, learn basic water rescue skills and for intramural competition. Parents play an active roll in the Warren Waves program.

The Spa at the Aquatic Center offers many services. Hot stone massage, couples massage, three types of body wraps, salt scrub and ear candling in addition to hour and half hour massages. Gift certificates are available for purchase.

Birthday parties are a splash at the Aquatic Center. Parents enjoy the ease of hosting a fun filled pool party that is sure to please the party guests.

Physical Training time can be scheduled for units who want to use the Aquatic Center as an alternative to traditional PT sessions. They can schedule water basketball, water aerobics, a circuit training workout or a combination of all.

Aerobics classes that improve cardio respiratory endurance for the beginning exerciser to the advanced athlete are offered. Work out in an environment that reduces the jarring often associated with other forms of sport and aerobic exercise.

Lap swimming is offered during the lunch hour, evenings and weekends. There are five lanes in the pool totally dedicated to the fitness swimmers. Lap swimming is free for the active duty member.

Call (307) 773-3195 for more information.


Dive into the refreshing waters of a swimming pool. Statistics show swimming to be one of the most popular of all sports. Not only is it one of the best conditioning sports, it can be enjoyed by people of all ages.

You’ll love this pool! The filtration system has been converted to a saline verses a chlorine based sanitation method. This new filtration technique is gentle to the swimmers’ eyes, skin and hair — no more harsh chemicals causing red eyes, or damaged bathing suits! It’s smooth, clear, clean and uses far less salt then is in the ocean. Enjoy swimming year round at F.E. Warren with the indoor pool, 7007 Randall Ave.

Swimming lessons are offered throughout the year for various skill levels. Open recreation swim is also offered. Children 10 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Ages 11 – 13 may swim by themselves if a swim test is passed.

The Warren Waves Youth Swim Team meets to improve stroke mechanics, learn basic water rescue skills and for intramural competition. Parents play an active roll in the Warren Waves program. The Spa at the Aquatic Center offers many services. Hot stone massage, couples massage, three types of body wraps, salt scrub and ear candling in addition to hour and half hour massages. Gift certificates are available for purchase.

Birthday parties are a splash at the Aquatic Center. Parents enjoy the ease of hosting a fun filled pool party that is sure to please the party guests.

Physical Training time can be scheduled for units who want to use the Aquatic Center as an alternative to traditional PT sessions. They can schedule water basketball, water aerobics, a circuit training workout or a combination of all.

Aerobics classes that improve cardio respiratory endurance for the beginning exerciser to the advanced athlete are offered. Work out in an environment that reduces the jarring often associated with other forms of sport and aerobic exercise. Lap swimming is offered during the lunch hour, evenings and weekends. There are five lanes in the pool totally dedicated to the fitness swimmers. Lap swimming is free for the active duty member. Call (307) 773-3195 for more information.

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