Hill AFB is conducting readiness and emergency response exercises Jan. 29 through Feb. 5. Exercise activity may be noticeable on and around the installation, to include longer traffic cueing at installation gates, increased movement of emergency response vehicles, or testing of the base’s “Giant Voice” public address system. Some installation-level customer services may be impacted as exercise activity or simulations require manpower to be temporarily shifted. Questions about the exercise can be directed to the Hill AFB Public Affairs Office at 801-777-5201 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Archery Club “Team Game Night”
The Hill AFB Archery Club will hold a Team Game Night Wednesdays beginning Feb. 21. Games will be 501 Dartchery & Battleship, alternating each week. Teams will be comprised of two people. Registration is $50 per team entry and individuals must be a Hill Archery Club Member. Sportsman’s Warehouse gift cards will be awarded to the top two teams. Club memberships and event entry can be purchased through outdoor recreation located in building 805. Register by Feb. 16. Call Aaron Haviland at 801-775-2939 for details.
Healthy Relationships Seminar
A Healthy Relationships Seminar focused on positive behaviors that promote healthy relationships will be held from 1-5 p.m. Feb. 27 at The Landing. Light refreshments will be served. Register by Feb. 15 at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hill-afb-healthy-relationships-workshop-tickets-41974683408
Call Nicole Gentry, 801-777-3497 or Julie Pinchak at 801-775-5279 for details.
Hiring Utah’s Heroes career fair
A career fair will be held March 20 at Mountain America Exposition Center (formerly South Towne) located at 9575 South State Street in Sandy. The fair is free and open to military members, veterans and their spouses. More than 90 of the state’s top employers will be in attendance. Call Mark Harrison at 801-432-4536 for details.