Patron Eligibility for Programs
Patron eligibility for MWR programs falls into one of two categories: unlimited access and limited access. Unlimited access for MWR programs is consistent from installation to installation, and cannot be modified by installation commanders. Patron eligibility policy for limited access to MWR programs may be modified at the discretion of installation commanders subject to local demand and capacity. Detailed charts describing patron eligibility requirements can be found in Enclosure 4 of DoD Instruction 1015.10, “Military Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) Programs,” 6 July 2009 certified as current May 6, 2011.
New parents may let personal fitness slide to the bottom of their list of priorities in order to fill any free moments with sleep, a healthy meal or, of course, quality time with their bundle of joy. With a little creativity, fitness can double as family fun. By making exercise part of family time new parents can have the best of both worlds.
The much anticipated summer vacation frees up a lot of time for children and teens, but it doesn’t take long for lazy days to become boring. To tackle boredom and avoid a sedentary summer, Morale, Welfare and Recreation offers engaging and exciting activities that help make summer vacation fun-filled and active. Whether lacing up cleats for a little league game, splashing in an installation pool or participating in recreation center crafts, Morale, Welfare and Recreation has a something that every military child will enjoy this summer.
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