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Activities and Programs

The Directorate of Morale , Welfare and Recreation
The Directorate of Morale, Welfare, and Recreation encompasses a wide range of activities and programs designed to improve the life of active duty military personnel and their families. DMWR is comprised of Army Community Service, Business Activities, Child and Youth Services, Community Recreation, NAF Support Management and Army Lodging. Programs offered by MWR include family programs, libraries, sports, fitness, clubs, golf, bowling, and recycling.

All MWR programs are open to military personnel and their family members. Most programs are also open to Department of Defense civilian employees and their family members. Generally speaking, however, Fort Knox’s MWR facilities serve everyone.

Dining
The Leaders Club is an all ranks, open-to-the-public club specializing in catering, conferences, meetings and off-premises catering. The Bullion Room is currently open Thursday, Friday, and Saturday nights for casual fine dining. Reservations are welcomed for the Bullion Room. The Fiddler’s Green Grill serves lunch Monday through Friday. The Fiddlers Green Lounge offers Entertainment on Wednesday through Friday evenings. There are other special events and activities scheduled throughout the year. This facility is also available for hosting official command functions and serves as the primary fine dining facility for all special conferences and events hosted by Fort Knox.

The Rocker II is open to all Active Duty Military, National Guard, Reservists, their Family members, DoD Civilians, and Contractors. Authorized patrons may sign in two guests per person. Patrons must be 21 years or older.

Gallotta’s Italian Grill offers an affordable menu with everyone’s tastes in mind. They also offer full servings, half fare salads and entrées, as well as trademark Brick Oven Pizzas. Gallotta’s has a full bar, private party rooms, and quick carry-out service area.

The Rocker offers membership to noncommissioned officers (corporal through sergeant major). Lunch is offered to the entire community from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday. The club offers six nights of entertainment which includes Karaoke, Country & R&B DJ, Video Jockey, patio DJ, and live bands. Strike Zone themed eatery is located inside Houston Bowling Center and offers pizza, Philly steak and chicken grilled sandwiches, as well as salads made to order. Strike Zone is open to the public and operates seven days a week.

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