Mental Health Awareness Month
Everyone deals with life stressors, but not everyone has the coping skills to work through the stressors. May is Mental Health Awareness Month and there are multiple agencies willing to listen and provide you support throughout the year if you need it. For more information or to reach a helping agency, contact Hill AFB Mental Health at 801-777-7909, the Crisis Line at 800-273-8255 (option 1) or Military One Source at 800-342-9647.
AAPI Heritage Month Festival
Hill AFB will recognize Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month by hosting a festival from 4-7 p.m. today at Centennial Park. Join the AAPI Heritage Month Committee for cultural awareness, information booths, and entertainment featuring martial arts, musical performances, cultural dances, a Haka War Cry and much more. There will be plenty of delicious food from local Filipino and Hawaiian vendors. The event is free, but meal tickets are $12 or three tickets for $30. Call 801-586-6089, 801-777-9681, 801-777-1078, or 801-777-1119 for tickets and details.
Spouses & Scholars Spring Market
A Spouses & Scholars Spring Market will be held from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 19 at building 430 located at 7437 6th Street. This is a base-wide yard sale and vendor event. Funds raised will support the Hill Spouses’ Club scholarship fund. Table rentals are $20 for yard sale participants and $30 for vendors. Hill Spouses’ Club members get a $10 discount. Table setup will begin at 8 a.m. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
The Warrior Fitness Center sponsors a cross-country program that started in April. Eight races -one each week – will be held at 4:20 p.m. Thursdays through May 24. Courses are 5K in length and located at different locations around base. Runners, walkers and baby strollers are all welcome. Individual and team registrations will be offered. Call 801-586-1909 or email email@example.com for details.
Report suspicious activity
Air Force Security Forces are committed to the security of Hill AFB, but security is everyone’s business. If you see or hear something suspicious, report it. The Air Force has long had a program called “Eagle Eyes” that enlists the eyes and ears of Air Force members and the public. Report suspicious activity to the Eagle Eyes hotline at 801-777-3056.