Tickets on Sale Now for Easter Breakfast

Bring your camera for pictures with the Easter Bunny.

Easter Breakfast, Magic Show & Easter Craft
Saturday, March 28th 10 AM -12 PM at the Heritage Center (aka CAC)
$5 per person  5 and Under Free
Bring Your Camera for Pictures with the Easter Bunny

Get Your Tickets
In Person at the CAC & Fitness Center
Order by Phone 716-236-3061

Open to All NFARS Military, Civilian, Retirees & Guests

Questions? Call 236-2097

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Friends of Family Support Association.
No Federal Endorsement Intended

 

Sign Up for Intramural Sports

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Ping Pong & Racquetball Intramurals

Get your team together and sign up by March 6th.  Games begin Monday, March 9th.  Sign Up at Fitness Center or Call 716-236-2101

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The New Loop is Here

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Loop-Cover-March-2015Be the first to see the Loop by downloading it HERE.

Printed copies will be in your favorite FSS facility at Niagara Falls ARS (Airman & Family Readiness, the Heritage Center (aka “CAC”), Fitness Center and Lodging on Friday.

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Red Brick Bench Press this Weekend

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Come & Watch
Red Brick LogoSaturday, February 21
10 AM Base Fitness Center

Open to all Military, Civilians & Guests
Proceeds Go to FFSA Benefiting the Service Members & Families of Niagara Falls ARS

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Fat is Your Friend

Paul-Hackett-2By Paul D. Hackett, MS RCEP

Dietary fat is one of three macro-nutrients that make up your diet along with protein and carbohydrates.

The Mayo Clinic recommends that fats comprise from 20% to 35% of your total calorie intake.  Although fat has taken a bad rap over the years it is vitally important to your health and necessary for life!

Eat fat for:

  • Keeping your trillions and trillions of cells healthy.  Lipids that are a major component of all cell membranes.
  • Proper hormone production.
  • To absorb fat soluble vitamins like A, D, E, and K. Fat is good for bone health!
  • Brain health. 60% of your brain is comprised of fat. Being a fat head should be a goal!
  • Lowering body fat. Balanced with protein and carbs, fats help you feel full longer and also reduce your insulin response by slowing the release of glucose into the blood stream.

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