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Charlie Vettiner Golf Course is designated as a "Certified Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary” through the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program for Golf Courses, an Audubon International program. To reach certification, a course must demonstrate a high degree of environmental quality in a number of areas including environmental Planning, wildlife and habitat management, outreach and education and water quality management.
This is a gorgeous golf course with rolling hills, bent grass greens, and zoysia fairways. If the 50 white sand bunkers and tree-lined fairways aren’t enough to get your attention, how about the creek that meanders through several holes, with ponds on #5, #14 and #18. This has been rated as the 7th most challenging course in Kentucky. However, there are enough different tee markers to either help or challenge every level of golfer. A fully stocked Pro Shop and snack bar will help round out any day at this beautiful course. Along with spectacular golf, Charlie Vettiner Park also features a fishing lake, fitness course, hiking trails, and playground for complete family entertainment.
You can find when MSD/Louisville is dumping raw sewage into our groundwater here: msdprojectwin.org/
Kentucky DEP advises fish consumption for bottom feeders (catfish) and panfish to one per week (in a healthy person), and one per month in sensitive people (kids, elderly, sick), and for predatory fish such as bass, one meal per month with Mercury listed as the contaminant. . water.ky.gov/waterquality/Pages/FishConsumption.aspx
Kentucky Dept. of Fish and Wildlife Resources details a bit better listing also Mercury and PCBs according to the body of water (note they do not measure or include perchlorates or arsenic here): fw.ky.gov/Fish/Pages/Fish-Consumption-Advisories.aspx
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Soccer – Army Youth Sports and Fitness – CYSS – Camp Humphreys, South Korea – 111001
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USAG-Humphreys Youth Sports provides a variety of sports programs for age groups 4-18 to include Baseball, Soccer, Swimming and Basketball. A variety of minor sport activities are also implemented throughout the year.
USAG-Humphreys participates in a league with Osan Air Base, USAG-Daegu, and USAG-Yongsan. Throughout the regular season, the older age groups travel occasionally to other installations to compete in league and postseason events.
USAG-Humphreys Youth Teams practice and play at Independence park which is located by the USAG Humphreys main gate.
Volunteer coaches are always needed! A background check is required to become a volunteer and also a certification course is required before anyone is allowed to coach with CYS Services Youth Sports.
Volunteers are required to register at www.myarmylifetoo.com
Coaching applications can be found at the Parent Central Services (PCS), currently located at the Child Development center Bldg 693 or the Youth Sports Office located in the Youth Sports Annex Gym, Bldg 111. There is a fee associated with registering for the major sports and all participants must be registered with the Child, Youth and School Services Program.
U.S. Army photos by Edward N. Johnson