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MCCS Spotlight

    A Night in the Enchanted Forest - A Family Dance

    Formerly Father-Daughter Dance

    Fri, 23 Mar; 1730-2000 @ Bay View Restaurant
    Adults - $20 / Children - $15 includes dinner, dancing, and activities
    Event opened to authorized patrons only

    Starting Wed, 14 Feb: on sale for MCRDSD personnel only
    Starting Thu, 1 Mar: on sale for all authorized patrons
    mcrdenchantedforest.eventbrite.com


    MCRD Bowling League

    Wednesdays at 1630; beginning 21 Feb 2018 at the Community Center (Bldg 590) Bowling Alley

    Teams must have a minimum of one authorized patron (CAC holder), guests welcome. 4 bowlers per night. All skill levels welcome, handicaps will be used. One-time entry fee of $80 (covers 4 bowlers for entire season).

    Deadline to register: Fri, 16 Feb 2018. For more information, call 619-524-4446


    February is Heart Health Month

    Stop by the Fitness Center every Monday to get your Blood Pressure and Heart Rate taken between 1000-1300.
    Every check will earn you a ticket into an opportunity drawing (you may earn up to four tickets).
    Winner will be drawn on Wed, 28 Feb 2018.

    Wed, 14 Feb 2018
    30-30-30 Challenge
    1100-1230 @ MCRD Fitness Center

    30 min - TRX
    30 min - Cycle
    30 min - Yoga


    Healthy Living with Chronic Conditions

    Tuesdays starting 23 Jan 2018 (6-weeks); 1100-1330 @ MFP, Bldg 6E

    Collaboration with San Diego County’s Health & Human Services Agency, Health Promotions. Designed at Stanford University and for people with conditions such as arthritis, depression, heart disease, diabetes, COPD, or any chronic illness. Topics include diet, exercise, medication management, cognitive symptom management, problem-solving, relaxation, communication with healthcare providers, and dealing with difficult emotions.

    For more information or to register: Christy Howland at 619-524-0916 or howland@usmc-mccs.org


    L.I.N.K.S. for Spouses and Significant Others

    Tue-Wed, 20-21 Feb; 1700-2000 @ MCCS, Bldg 5E

    This workshop offers an overview of the Marine Corps structure, services and benefits that are available to you as part of the Marine Corps Family. For more information or to register, contact 619-718-3763 or OMBMCFTBMCRDSD.Training@usmc-mccs.org


    Brown Bag Lunch Financial Seminar

    Wed, 21 Feb; 1130-1300 @ PPD, Bldg 14

    Topic: Tax Planning: Building a Successful Savings Program – a “Military Saves” Event!
    Light refreshments provided; open to all authorized patrons.

    REGISTRATION REQUIRED. For more information or to register: robert.i.iaulualo@usmc.mil or 619-524-5728


    Prevention and Relationship Enrichment Program (PREP)

    Sat, 24 Feb; 0800-1600 @ MCCS, Bldg 5E

    PREP teaches you and your spouse/significant other how to effectively communicate, work together as a team to solve problems, manage conflicts without damaging closeness, and preserve and enhance commitment and friendship. For more information or to register, please call 619-718-3763 or OMBMCFTBMCRDSD.Training@usmc-mccs.org.


    Spouse Transition and Readiness Seminar (S.T.A.R.S.)

    Tue, 27 Feb; 1000-1200 @ PPD, Bldg 14

    Spouses: it is your chance to ask experts about what to expect when your Marine or Sailor retires or separates from active duty service. Stay informed about your family’s benefits, entitlements, health care insurance and VA benefits. Receive tips and resources to assist you in making plans for your future and prepare for life beyond the military!

    Register today: FMEAPmccssandiego.eventbrite.com


    LinkedIn Workshop

    Wed, 28 Feb; 0900-1100 @ PPD, Bldg 14

    Build your online professional brand through LinkedIn, connect with recruiters, and leverage your network for the next step in your career.
    REGISTRATION REQUIRED. For more information or to register: robert.i.iaulualo@usmc.mil or 619-524-5728


    Baby Boot Camp

    Wed, 28 Feb; 0830-1600 @ MFP, Bldg 6E

    Baby Boot Camp covers everything a parent needs to know to take care of their newborn, as well as, information on resources for the whole family, including: The Role of a Parent, Developmental Stages of Infants, Basic Infant Care, Child Safety, and Pre and Postpartum Emotions. For more information or to register: 619-524-0465


    Estuary Dredging Project

    To our valued patrons,

    During this project (early September to March), MCRDSD docks will be removed from the water, and water activities (to include the use of the MCCS Boathouse and Marina) will be suspended. Picnic and Party areas will still be available for reservations.

    Library Renovation

    Please pardon our mess as we renovate the Depot Library, Bldg 7. There will be limited access to certain sections as upgrades continue. We apologize for any inconvenience.