Family Advocacy and the Office of Violence Prevention is hosting an event on Dealing with Digital Distractions: How Technology Impacts Children from 1-2:30 p.m. April 24 at the Hill AFB Theater. The guest speaker is Adam Schwebach, the director of Neuropsychology Center of Utah. The event is free and open to anyone with base access. Call 801-777-1938 or 801-777-3497 for details.
AFAF campaign underway
The Air Force Assistance Fund runs through April 26. The AFAF is affiliated with four charitable organizations: The Air Force Aid Society supports Airmen and families with emergency monetary relief; the Lemay Foundation assists widows of officer and enlisted Air Force retirees; the Air Force Villages Charitable Foundation provides care for retired officers and their spouses; and the Air Force Enlisted Village provides care and living space for surviving spouses of retired enlisted Air Force members. For more information and to donate, visit afassistancefund.org/.
Sound the Alarm event
Red Cross will team up with fire departments, volunteers, and community partners from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. April 27 at Ben Lomond High School, 1080 9th Street in Ogden, for a home fire safety and smoke alarm installation event. Volunteers plan to install free smoke alarms while also sharing lifesaving fire safety tips and evacuation plans with families. For more information, visit soundthealarm.org/utah.
649th MUNS April inventory
The 649th Munitions Squadron is conducting a 100 percent inventory of the depot (FV2172) stockpile through April 30. During the inventory, the only transactions that will be supported are emergency requests approved in writing by the group commander or equivalent. For more information, call Senior Airman Hollingsworth at 801-777-5444, Senior Airman Lee at 801-586- 8498, or Master Sgt. Prue at 801-777-6574.
Discover your family history
The Hill AFB Legacy Chapel is hosting a free two-part introductory seminar for military families from 7-8:30 p.m. May 7 and May 14 at the Layton Family Search Center, 915 West Gordon Ave. All computers will be provided, along with expert instruction on how to tap into the world’s largest genealogy data bases to uncover your roots. Establish a family search account at familysearch.org. Register no later than May 3 by calling the chapel at 801-777-2106.
Operation Warmheart Golf Tourney
A golf tournament to benefit Operation Warmheart will be held May 31 at Hubbard Memorial Golf Course. Registration will occur at 7 a.m. and a four-person scramble, shotgun start will begin at 8 a.m. Cost is $65 per person or $240 per team. Fees cover lunch, greens fee and cart. Mulligan packages are available. For more information and to sign up, contact your unit’s first sergeant.