NEWS: MWR/CYP MOMC activities

Navy CYP & MWR is stepping up and leading a huge effort at NSA Mid-South to "Purple Up" for Military Kids and celebrate all of their strength and resiliency!


MOMC activities include:

* CYP: Purple Up for Military Kids every Friday!

* Golf Course: Kids free small bucket of range balls (April 1-30)

* Eagle’s Peak: Kids 1/2 price breakfast and lunch special every Friday (April 1-30)

* Park Field: Kids 1/2 price breakfast and lunch special every Friday (April 1-30)

* Fitness Center: Kid Fit Camp (Friday, April 12 @1600)

Kids fitness challenge in the NOFFS Zone;

Obstacle course circuit; Various fitness exercises

Ellison: Story time & Family Day (Saturday, April 13 @ 0930-1130)

* Outdoor Rec: Campfire Cookout (Sunday, April 21 @1200-1400)

  Make a sweet treat by the campfireStay for yard games.

* CYP Spring Fling (Friday, April 26)

* Fitness Center: Ball of Fun (April 26 @1530-1730)

Held at Turf Field immediately after Spring Fling at CYP. Younger kids at CYP will have various obstacles and ball races with parent help and guidance. Youth and Teen Centers will participate in Punt, Pass, Kick activity (40 yard dash; Target throw; Longest Punt; Longest Kick - off kicking tee).

MOMC: Video/Photo Montage of highlights (April 29-30)


Thank you to our Sponsors!

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For more information about Navy Mid-South CYP programs visit:

Important links for CYP Program: - visit to get on the waiting list for military child care. - valuable to parents who cannot find care within our CYP.


PURPLE UP! For Military Kids

April is recognized nationally as the Month of the Military Child, where we honor the sacrifices of our military children and recognize the unique challenges of their lives.

During April, Purple Up Day is used as a day to honor military children. Wearing the color purple is a visible way to show support and thank military youth for their strength and sacrifices. **

Why purple? Purple is the color that symbolizes all branches of the military, as it is a combination of Army green, Marine Red, and Coast Guard, Air Force, and Navy blue.

The goal of “Purple Up!” is for military youth to actually SEE the support in their school, youth groups, and the community!!