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Jonathan Zamorano, 12, son of Staff Sgt. Johnny Zamorano, 601st Aviation Support Battalion, 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, carefully chooses his steps before he rappels from the artificial rock wall at Whitside Fitness Center during the Family Fun Olympics Jan. 20. The rock climbing was one of the challenges participants could test their skills in during the family friendly event.
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Chris Dumler, right, Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation graphic designer, volunteers to judge the rowing competition between siblings TJ Washington, left, 3, son of Pfc. Monica Washington, 2nd General Support Aviation Battalion, 1st Aviation Regiment, 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, and his sister Mia Washington at the Family Fun Olympics Jan. 20 at Whitside Fitness Center. The rowing competition was simple: if a contestant could row up to 250 meters, they would be awarded five points and if they could row to 500 meters, they would be awarded 10 points.
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Staff Sgt. Johnny Zamorano, left, 601st Aviation Support Battalion, 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Infantry Division, helps his daughter Katie Compher, 6, in the kid’s version of a three-point basketball shoot during the Family Fun Olympics event at Whitside Fitness Center Jan. 20. The family friendly event was suitable for participants from all ages.
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Staff Sgt. Michael Wadleigh, left, Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 1st Infantry Division, and Staff Sgt. Seth Bladen, right, 3rd Assault Helicopter Battalion, 1st Aviation Regiment, 1st Combat Aviation Brigade, 1st Inf. Div., warm up their throwing arms at the meet and greet Jan. 18.
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Pfc. Joseph Duda, Headquarters and Headquarters Battalion, 1st Infantry Division, locks eyes on the bowling pins as he gears up to fling the bowling ball down the alley for the meet-and-greet Jan. 18 at Custer Hill Bowling Center.
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Eyster Pool offers Soldiers a cheap way to get out of the barracks every Wednesday from 6 to 8 p.m. for $3 with “BRO” Swim. The event is geared toward Soldiers, encouraging them to visit Eyster Pool to swim laps, slide into the pool and/or gain muscle on the rock climbing wall.
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Children create dry snow globes with the assistance of their parents and library staff during the Winter Wonderland party Jan. 13 at the Fort Riley Post Library. Kids could create a masterpiece drawing — like a snowman or a yeti — on construction paper or a paper plate and cut it out to place into a clear plastic cup alone with glitter of various shapes and sizes to create a dry snow globe. The library hosts monthly free parties with a different theme each time. Snacks, drinks and a craft are always included. The next party is Valentine’s Day Party Feb. 13 from 1 to 3 p.m.
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Participants laugh as they discuss the possible answer to a question during the first Trivia Night Jan. 13 at Riley’s Conference Center. The trivia questions spanned from the years 2000 to 2017 and focused on topics like movies and celebrities with sprinkling of news and historical events in between. The trivia champions received a gift basket of 2000s-themed goods.
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Participants cheer as they discover their team was victorious at the first Trivia Night Jan. 13. More than 20 people, dividing themselves into teams or taking their chances going solo, navigated four rounds of topics chosen by the staff at Riley’s Conference Center and a fifth round chosen by the last-place team. The winning team received a prize basket inspired by trends from 2000 to 2017.
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Job seekers are brought to Child and Youth Services Parent Central, 6620 Normandy Drive, for the quick hiring process for direct care specialists Jan. 9. The Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation and Civilian Personnel Advisory Center partnered together to offer on-site fingerprinting, background checks and in-person interviews to more than two dozen who attended the hiring event.
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The organic produce section is located at the right toward the entrance of Fort Riley Commissary. Organic produce mean the vegetables and fruits have been treated with no pesticides or chemicals.
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Tatiana Ferracioli Da Silva, BOGA Fit instructor and lifeguard, Fort Riley Aquatics Program, Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation, leads a BOGA Fit class Jan. 6 at Eyster Pool. BOGA Fit and BOGA Yoga are new fitness classes at Eyster Pool that combine yoga, Pilates and other workout styles for a fitness routine on the water.
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Tatiana Ferracioli Da Silva, BOGA Fit instructor and lifeguard, Fort Riley Aquatics Program, Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation, leads a BOGA Fit class Jan. 6 at Eyster Pool. BOGA Fit and BOGA Yoga are new fitness classes at Eyster Pool that combine yoga, Pilates and other workout styles for a fitness routine on the water.
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Cordesia Harper, lead food and beverage attendant at Riley’s Conference Center, cleans her brush before dipping it into new paint to work on her snowman during Cocktails and Canvases Jan. 6 at Riley’s Conference Center. The class provides participants with a canvas, painting supplies and a drink while they work their way through recreating a sample painting or making something of their own.
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Participants work out to the beat of music in a MixxedFit class led by Carisa Huntwork, MixxedFit instructor, during New Year’s Fitness Round Robin Jan. 6 at Whitside Fitness Center. A majority of fitness classes offered by the Directorate of Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation fitness centers were free for the morning to let people sample the workout and see if there was a fitness class right for them.
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Dozens of participants occupy the floor of the basketball court for a Body Pump class during New Year’s Fitness Round Robin at Whitside Fitness Center Jan. 6.
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