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MCCSMarine Corps Community Services
IINVESTING IN MARINES FOR
DUTY, HOME & SELF
¬ Special order wide variety of firearms and merchandise. Catalogs on site. 30% deposit required at time of order
¬ Transfer your purchased weapon from any FFL dealer to our firearms dept processing fee $30.00
Accessories:¬ Weapons cleaning gear¬ Hearing protection¬ Gun cases
¬ Scopes¬ Tactical gear¬ Tasers¬ Knives
HOURS OF OPERATION: Monday- Saturday 1000 - 1800
Sunday ClosedTelephone: 423-1187 ext. 204
Free 30 day Camp Allen Shooting Range membership with purchase of any firearm at the MCX!
Camp Allen Shooting Range annual membership has its perks! Sign up for annual membership at the Range and receive a 5% discount on the purchase of firearms at the Elmore MCX Firearms Department, and a $5 discount on firearm transfers to the Elmore MCX (valid current annual membership at the Camp Allen Shooting Range required; no other discounts apply).
Outdoor Recreation Equipment Rental Center
Hours of Operation
0800 - 1600 Monday, Thursday, Friday,
Saturday and Sunday
Closed Tuesday, Wednesday & Holidays
Call 444-6664 during normal business hours for more information
Hours of Operation:
MCX/Marine MartMonday - Friday 6:30am - 8:00pmSaturday 9:00am - 8:00pmSunday/Holidays 9:00am - 8:00pmFirearms DepartmentTuesday - Saturday 10:00am - 6:00pmBarber ShopMonday - Friday 8:00am - 6:00pmSaturday 9:00am - 6:00pmSunday 9:00am - 5:00pmTicket Sales OfficeMonday - Friday 10:00am - 6:00pmSaturday 9:00am - 2:00pmSunday/Holidays Closed
December Super SavingsDecember 1 – 21
The More the Merrier! SaleNovember 29 – December 5
Got to Get Gifts SaleDecember 6 –12 with “Scratch and Save” Event
Go Elfin Wild SaleDecember 13 – 19
Wrap it up SaleDecember 20 – 24
After Christmas SaleDecember 26 – January 2
December Breakfast Special: Hot Ham, egg and cheese Muffin with medium coffee or fountain drink only $1.00
Holiday Sales Events
Ham and Cheese Baquette with medium coffee of fountain drink
Monday through Friday1130 - 1300
December 24 and December 31
MCX................................0900 – 1800 Barber Shop....................0900 – 1600Ticket Sales Office......... 1000 – 1600Firearms Department....ClosedService Station................Closed (Gas available at the pumps 24/7 with credit or debit)
All MCX activities CLOSED Christmas Day
New Year's Day
MCX................................0900 – 1800Firearms Department....0900 – 1800Barber Shop....................0900 - 1600Ticket Sales office...........1000 - 1800Service Station................Closed(Gas available at the pumps 24/7 with credit or debit)
Tickets and Tours
Holiday season is all about gifting and spreading joy. Make it special this year with a gift card or discount
tickets to local venues and across the U.S. available at the Tickets and Tours Office!
Located behind Customer Service in the Elmore MCX!
1251 Yalu St. Norfolk, VA 23515(757) 423-1187 ext. 206
Monday- Friday: 1000-1800Sat: 0900-1400, Sun/Holidays: Closed
NEW AT THE MCX! Schwinn and Mongoose bicycles at MCX prices! Buy today and ride away!!!
Have medals and ribbons professionally mounted or have a shadow box professionally built just for you! Enter your information and pay for your mounting at the Kiosk and have the resulting product delivered directly to your door! Visit the Medal Mounting Kiosk at the Customer Service Counter in your Elmore MCX.
Vanguard Medal Mounting Kiosk at your MCX!
NEW SPORTING GOODS ITEMS NOW AT THE MCX!
Fisher inflatable paddle boards, Globe Skateboards, as well as
assorted sizes of kayaks and skim boards now available at the Elmore MCX! Cruise in to fall with a new
board or kayak!
Look for fishing and camping equipment – coming in mid-October
to your MCX.
WIRELESS AUDIO AT THE MCX! Surround yourself with your music – when and where you want it with “no strings attached”! Experience Blue
Tooth wireless technology speakers from your MCX! Think of the possibilities – in the house, on the deck, in the dorm, in the garage, on the boat, in the car, on the beach – virtually anywhere! Come try it out and prepare to be amazed
by the sound clarity and quality. Enjoy big sound from small portable speakers from your MCX!
Camp Allen Indoor Shooting Range
To shorten your wait we recommend that you bring a typed in Camp Allen Indoor Shooting Range Privilege Card Data Form. This can be
Lane Rental Per Hour: $12.00Guest: $6.00
Firearm Rental: $10.00(Must Purchase Range Ammo For
Command Shoot: $126.00/Hour
Ribbon QualificationPistol: $50.00Rifle: $90.00
Lost Privilege Card: $5.00
PROHIBITED AMMUNITION: ¥ Steel Core¥ Green, Black, Red, Orange Tip¥ Bird/Game Shot¥ AA40 5.56MM Frangible
Hours of Operation:Mon - Fri 0630 - 2000
Recreational Shooting Begins at 1100If you wish to come earlier, please call for
availabilitySat/Sun/Holidays 1000 - 1800
December 7 thru the 10 - 10% off all Ammunition Case Lot prices December 23 and 24 - 20% off all Memberships
- 5% off all retail merchandise unless otherwise marked, including ammunition
Camp Allen Indoor Shooting Range will be closed
Monday - Thursday Friday/Saturday/Holidays
New Hours of Operations
1600 - 2000 Closed
For more information on SMP events please contact
John Goodrich, SMP Coordinator Hampton Roads
757-445-5104 [email protected]
or your unit SMP Unit Officer
SMP December Volunteer Opportunities and Events
Transportation is first come, first served for all events!!
Toys For Tots Opportunities all month long! Contact the SMP Office for more information on how to sign up. Snowball Express9 and 13 December, 0800-1330 Come out and support children of the fallen as they are escorted through Norfolk International Airport. Call John to register!
Arlington Cemetery Wreath Laying 16 December, 0830-1230 Meet at the Old Post Chapel on Ft Myer 204 Lee Ave, #335, Fort Myer, VA 22211 Help place Veteran Remembrance Wreaths at the Cemetery *If you want to go and need a ride, call John!!* Yorktown Christmas Carol 19 DecemberGo door to door spreading Christmas cheer with the Single Marine Program! Call John for the details and to register.
Sunday during football season: 1200-2000
Trips and Events
5 DecemberPatriot Guard Christmas Party 1800-2100 Captain George's Seafood Restaurant 1956 Laskin Rd, Virginia Beach, VA Enjoy the festivities and the free all you can eat buffet! *Call John to RSVP!
13 DecemberYorktown Meet and Greet 1130-1230 and 1530-1630 Come out for some refreshments and learn more about your Single Marine Program!
Holiday HoursDecember 22 and 23.....Closed December 24.....1200-1700December 25.................Closed December 26.....1200-1700
December 29 & 30...... Closed December 31.....1200-1700 January 1.......................Closed January 2...........1200-1700
Open 24/7 every day for gasoline credit/debit purchases
5¢ PER GALLON DISCOUNT FOR GAS CASH SALES! Discount includes all grades. (During lobby
Ø Virginia State InspectionsØ Brake Pads/Rotors Replaced, Replace Brake FluidØ Replace Shocks and StrutsØ Tire Sales/RepairØ Two and Four Wheel AlignmentsØ Front and Rear Suspension Services and RepairØ CV Axles ReplacedØ Wheel Bearings/HubsØ Engine Oil and Filter ChangesØ LubricationsØ Heater/Wiper MotorsØ Air Conditioning Service and RepairØ Timing Belts/Water Pumps ReplacedØ Serpentine Belts/HosesØ Window Regulators/Motors ReplacedØ Engine Tune-UpsØ Alternator/Battery/Starter ServiceØ Electrical RepairsØ Fuel PumpsØ Headlamp and Signal BulbsØ Wiper BladesØ Engine, Air Bag, ABS, Lights DiagnosedØ Factory Recommended Maintenance Performed at Required Mileage
Estimates upon request, prior to repairs. See Service Manager
Lobby and ServicesMonday - Friday
0630 - 1800Weekends & Holidays
Hours of Operation
Telephone: 423-1539 or 423-5002Located at the corner of
Fechteler Road and Meredith Street
Most vehiclesFree brake, steering, and suspension inspection with the purchase of an oil and filter change and tire rotation
EFMP Contact InformationProgram Manager....Karina Phillips.....Office: (757) 445-6876 or Cell (757) 358-0885Family Case Worker....Janice Palmer....Office: (757) 953-2270, [email protected]/Education/Outreach Specialist....Renee McCoy, Office: (757) 953-2222Admin Assistant....Leona Bacote Thomas, Office (757) 953-2291, [email protected]
Exceptional Family Member Program
Navy Federal ATM located in front of Elmore
Exchange Marine Mart
Tips for a stress free holiday!
No matter what holiday you celebrate during this busy season, it can be stressful for both adults & kids. Below are a few tips to help keep everyone calm & happy!
· Keep it simple: We have a tendency to want to fit every activity and party into the holiday as possible. Sit down with your family and decide what you are going to do or participate in before the season gets started.
· Remember routines: This is really important for parents with smaller children. When their routines are continuously broken, they can get stressed out; both the child and parent! Try your best to keep the daily routine going as much as possible.
· Meal Time: This is an important one! Family meal time is important for reconnecting with each other; but during the holiday season it's even more so. It's a time to unwind at the end of the day and reconnect with each other.
· Nutrition: Serving home cooked nutritious meals is important.
· Limit video games and TV: Easier said than done, but physical activity, for both adults & kids, is important to help reduce stress.
· Hang on to those family traditions: Every family has some sort of holiday tradition. These traditions can make children feel comforted and secure. They know what to expect.
· Share: Help children to learn the real meaning of the holiday season and that it's not all about getting, but giving. Giving the gift of your time is one of the most valuable gifts a person can offer.
· Laugh & Relax: Find time this holiday season to relax with your family & friends.
Adapted from: https://www.drgreene.com/perspectives/8-tips-for-keeping-your-children-stress-free-this-christmas-season/
Happy Holidays from Marine Corps Family Team Building!
The holidays and impending New Year are a time for resolution and change for many people. We make our lists of things we want to do and need to accomplish. Often times, we set these goals without a plan and, as the saying goes, “if you fail to plan you plan to fail.” What can you do to make your goals more achievable? Make them S.M.A.R.T.!S - Specific. Instead of “I want to lose weight this year,” try “I will lose 10 pounds in 2018.”M - Measurable. Make sure you are setting your sights on something quantifiable. For instance: “I will decrease my 5K time by 15 seconds.”A - Actionable. What are you going to do to reach your goal? If you want to lose 10 pounds, what steps are you going to take to get there?R - Realistic. Set your sights on something that you control and that can actually happen. We would all like to win the lottery, but is that a realistic way to build up your retirement savings?T - Timely. Set deadlines and stick to them. The feeling of accomplishment will make you go back for more!
5 December: . 0900-1500 in the Camp Family Readiness Assistant (FRA) Training, with PII and OPSECAllen Indoor Shooting Range classroom.7 & 8 December: . 0900-1330 each day in the MCCS Admin Building.LINKS for Spouses9 December: . 0900-1500, Marine Corps Security Force Regiment FRA Training with PII and OPSEC(MSCFR) HQ Building, Naval Weapons Station, Yorktown.12 December: . 0800-1600. MCCS Admin Building.Before I Do
Registration is required for all trainings. For more information, please contact MCFTB at 757-445-6875. Childcare can be reimbursed upon request.
Have a safe and happy holiday season!
MCX accepts ALL “Scratch Off” coupons.
So bring your AAFES, Navy Exchange, Coast Guard, as well as MCX, coupons and win big savings
MCCS Car Wash
Having a command fund raising event?
Call 445-1277or email [email protected]
for availabilityMarine Corps Community Services Website http://www.mccscampallen.com/
5 Tips for Holiday indulgence that keeps your program on track.
Its that time of year again!!!! Turkey, Stuffing, Mashed potatoes, Gravy and all the other stuff that causes our tables to grown with the sheer volume of food. On average Americans consume between 3000 and 4500 Calories at a holiday meal and the equivalent amount of fat equal to 3 sticks of butter. That's a lot of calories! In fact to bun 3025 calories a 200 pound man would need to run 20 miles in 2.5 hours. So what are some of the best ways to keep your program intact and keep it from going completely going off the rails this time of year? I have put together some tips that you can use to keep calories in check during this often difficult time of temptation.
1. Schedule your workouts: With the hectic season it's easy to end up missing workouts. Although exercise is not the most effective means of keeping your weight down and calorie control; workouts could end up on the back burner when other things like shopping, parties, and travel take precedence. Even if you don't normally use a little black book to schedule your life, at this time of year it can keep you on track and focused. Don't just schedule your workouts schedule everything. House cleaning, projects, meetings, appointments, etc. This is because if you don't schedule everything, including workouts, things will pop up that demand your attention and end up taking priority over your workouts. Get a pencil, appointment book and use it.
2. Choose lower calorie options at parties and Holiday Dinners: Eat your veggies! Generally vegetable dishes have fewer calories but you are going to have to choose wisely. Green bean casserole, broccoli and cheese au gratin, Honey glazed carrots, etc can have lots of calories so avoid those or eat them sparingly. Choose vegetable dishes that have less fat like salads, grilled/roasted veggies, steamed veggies, raw carrots, corn on the cob etc.. The idea is to fill up on lower calorie options and go sparingly on high fat foods like casseroles.
3. Don't drink your calories: Try to drink mostly water and not sodas, beer/liquor, juice, and sweet tea. Its very easy to drink several hundred calories. Those calories add up and if you are like me I would much rather spend my calories eating food rather than drinking them.
4. Skip the deserts: High in sugar and fat deserts are expensive in terms of calories. Fruit is always going to be better as a desert in terms of calories. But if you are like many of us it's the best part of the meal. A quick web search for Reduced Calorie Deserts will get you many different ideas for cooking lower calorie deserts.
5. Bank your calories: The day before and the day after Christmas dinner I make a point of eating very healthy and low calorie. Then the day of the Feast I eat almost nothing until it's time for the main meal. I don't eat breakfast in the morning anyway (another topic for a later date) then for lunch I will eat soup and a piece of fruit and I push that lunch out later in the day. By the time I get to Dinner I have had barely 400 calories for the day and I ate lunch 1400 so I am not ravenous by 1900. That leaves more room in terms of calories for indulgence. Weight gain is really about calories in vs out so if by the end of the week I still hit my weekly calorie total I should not gain any weight.
If you want more tips or suggestions on your entire program contact Semper Fit at the Camp Allen Gym for a Free Consultation. 757-445-2743
December 22.........................0500-1700December 25.........................ClosedDecember 23, 24, and 26..... 0900-1700December 29..........................0500-1700December 30 and 31............. 0900-1700January 1............................... ClosedJanuary 2............................... 0900-1700
Hopkins Hall Gym
MCX/Marine MartMCCS Service StationMCCS Admin BuildingMarine Corps Family Team BuildingMCCS Shooting RangeMCCS Camp Allen Gym Outdoor Recreation RentalMAC Recreational CenterEFMP Office - NMCP
Marine Corps Community Services FacilitiesCamp Allen
- 423-1187- 423-1539- 445-1277- 445-6875- 489-2585/2586- 445-2742- 444-6664- 445-5105- 953-2270
Helpful Telephone Numbers
Operations/Services 489-2585(Car Wash, Vending)
Director, Business Operations 423-1187 Director Semper Fit 445-2743 Personal Trainer 445-1288 Health Promotions 445-1288
Director, Marine Corps Family Team Building 445-6875
EFMP Manager 445-6876
Single Marine Program Coordinator 445-5104 (office) Family Readiness Officers (FRO) MCSF Regiment FRO 637.9372 (office) 374-2523 (cell) MARFORCOM FRO 836-2072
Authorized patrons of ALL abilities are welcomed. Please contact program staff if reasonable accommodations are necessary.
*NFCU ATM available 24/7
* MCX Barber Shop – Now you can use your CREDIT OR DEBIT CARD in the Barber Shop! Look great without cash!
*Dry Cleaning Drop-off, professional garment care by Zoots
Join the club! Pick up a member card for the MCX Razor Café coffee club!
Purchase 6 cups of coffee and get the 7th free! Member cards are available in the
MCX area where coffee is served.