Vance AFB Relocation Guide 2019-2020 - Page 26

PHONE For local telephone, cellular, internet, cable, or dish services, consult the Enid telephone directory. When it comes to choosing a local service, simply ask those who have been around for a while. These referrals generally stem from getting good customer service and satisfying results. After all, isn’t that precisely what you are searching for? One tiny but annoying aspect of moving is finding that your favorite networks have changed channels and your number one radio station is always jumping the dial. Here’s a listing of local television, radio channels and print media. Media Guide Television 4 5 9 13 25 32 NBC ABC CBS OETA-PBS FOX Weather AM & FM Radio KCRC 1390 AM KGWA 960 AM KLVV 88.7/89.7 KNID 107.1 KOFM 103.1 KXLS 95.7 ESPN News Talk FM Radio Christian Music Great American Country Hot Country Modern Hits Vance AFB Public Affairs Local news and events calendar, Like Vance Air Force Base on FACEBOOK, Follow on twitter @71FTW, Share on Instagram Vanceafb Newspapers, Magazines & Online News Enid News & Eagle – local/reg. daily newspaper EnidNews.com – local/regional news online The Scoop – free weekly (Fridays) base newspaper Shopper’s Edge - free weekly shopper’s guide Etown – bimonthly community magazine 26 Internet & Media Job & Volunteer Opportunities Enid has volunteer and part-time or full-time employment opportuni- ties for individuals at any skill level. The Enid News and Eagle classified section advertises opportunities daily. Temporary agencies are also a good place to start. Check your phone book for listings. Volunteering offers you a great perspective into the community as well as into the organizations you are interested in becoming involved with. If your day gets to be a little too long and definitively boring, call any of the community programs or organizations that interest you and let them know you’re available to volunteer your time and skills. I guarantee they will be thrilled to hear from you—and boredom will be kicked out of your life and find another place to reside. Vance AFB has the following programs for employment and vol- unteer assistance. Find out more by visiting Airmen & Family Readiness Bldg. 314 or calling 580-213-6330. Career Focus Program This program is available to eligible spouses and family mem- bers who need support in skill assessment, career development, education opportunities and local employment. This is a great place to get a head start on a new career. Volunteer Resource Program The Volunteer Resource Program on base functions as the military community’s resource for base-wide activity. These opportunities provide great insight into the Air Force life- style and are a great way to meet people and make new friends