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Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
Community Information Exchange 15 Jan 2013
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  • 1. United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange 15 January 2013 UNCLASSIFIED
  • 2. United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Agenda:• Opening Remarks• Purpose• Community Program Updates• Open Forum• Closing Remarks UNCLASSIFIED
  • 3. United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Purpose:The purpose of the USAG Japan Community Information Exchange(CIE) is to allow organizations to discuss services and support providedto the Community. This forum facilitates dialogue and an opportunity forunits to obtain Community information to take back to their Soldiers,Family Members, Civilians and Retirees. UNCLASSIFIED
  • 4. United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Admin Notes1. No late submissions will be accepted unless approved by Garrison Commander. A slide is required.2.Submit issues, questions or concerns 2 weeks prior to CIE to allowGarrison Agencies an opportunity to research and respond. (29 JAN)3.2-3 Slides Max – Font ARIAL – Minimum Pitch 18. Submit slides 2 weeksprior to CIE for Garrison Commander’s review. Submissions will be returnedto agencies for corrections.4.ACS is not responsible for mistakes submitted. UNCLASSIFIED
  • 5. United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange 2013 CIE Dates12 February 27 August "Happy Back To School”12 March No SeptemberNo April CIE 8 October28 May “Summer Send Off” 19 NovemberNo June CIE - No July CIE 10 December UNCLASSIFIED
  • 6. United States Army Garrison-Japan Community Information Exchange Community Program Updates• DPW• Housing • 78th SIG• PMO / DES • DPTMS• Safety • LRC - Honshu• Camp Zama Installation Manager • DHR (ASAP, CPAC)• DFMWR • PAO• BOSS • IG• DoDEA (ES, MS, HS) • Legal• DENTAC • Community Bank• MEDDAC-J • Navy Federal Credit Union• Public Health Command • Central Texas College• PAIO (S3/5/7) • EXCHANGE• Women Infant & Children • DECA• American Red Cross • FRGs• Girl Scouts • Mayors• USO• Chaplain UNCLASSIFIED
  • 7. Housing Management DivisionHoliday Decoration Contest WinnersCamp Zama:1st Place Winner: Ms. Veronica Tipton-Jones2nd Place Winner: Mr. Scott Weber3rd Place Winner: Mr. Philip TedpahogoTower 743:1st Place Winner: MSG Anthony Baldwin2nd Place Winner: MAJ Paul McCullough3rd Place Winner: Mr. John DykstraTower 1050:1st Place Winner: SSG Tony Buzzella2nd Place Winner: SGT Jose Villanueva3rd Place Winner: SGT Jonathan Morgan
  • 8. Housing Management Division Holiday Decoration Contest Winners (Con’t)Sagamihara Family Housing Area:1st Place Winner: CW3 Marvin Cardo2nd Place Winner: Mr. John Shoda3rd Place Winner: SFC Marcus RodriguezHoliday Unit Cards:1st Place Winner: PHCR-P2nd Place Winner: G-33rd Place Winner: BOSSCongratulations to all the winners and special thanks to theMayors, Bldg Coordinators and Volunteers for judging the contest.
  • 9. Housing Management Division 2013 MAYORS Sagami Depot- Dan Hew Sagamihara Housing Area- Tanesha Clark Towers 1050- Mark Long Towers 743- Alton Daniels Camp Zama- Tonisha KennebrewFor more information, contact the Housing Management Division 263-3441/3527
  • 10. Housing Management Division Pet Owners’ Responsibility• Sponsors are responsible for cleaning the areas used by their pets.• If kept outside, the pet’s area must be policed daily to prevent a buildup of trash and fecal material.• Owners must clean up waste left by their pet during walks.• Fecal droppings must be disposed of in sealed plastic bags (preferable double bags) and be placed in garbage receptacles.• Un-bagged waste must not be placed in garbage receptacles.For more information, contact the Housing Management Division 263-3441/3527
  • 11. Housing Management Division To Report Pet Cleanup Violations Violations can be reported to following email address: usarmy.zama.imcom-pacific.mbx.usagj-dpw-housing-officer@mail.mil You may also report violations to: Chief, Housing Management Division DSN 263-3441/4503 - OR- Chief, Family Housing and Furnishing Management Branch DSN 263-3527/4136For more information, contact the Housing Management Division 263-3441/3527
  • 12. DFMWR Child, Youth & School Services21 FebYouth Center Newcomers Orientation at 1500 at the YouthCenter. For more information call Mr. Adam Johnson at 263-4500.New SKIESUnlimited Classes Video Arts Movie Production Class 1 February - 28 June Zumb Atomic (Zumba for Youth) Coming Soon
  • 13. DFMWR Business Division17 Jan Comedy Show @ Ballroom 1900 hrs01 Feb Payday Scramble – Golf Course 1100 hrs04 Feb Super Bowl Party @ CZCC Doors open at 0630 hrs Avoid the long line- Presale Tickets available at CZCC Cashier Window (DSN315) 263-HELP (4357)
  • 14. DFMWRCommunity Recreation 27 Jan Yomiuri Land Night Illumination Sign up at ODR 1430-2130 hrs 02 Feb Fitness Fusion Festival At Yano Fitness Center 1000-1400 hrs
  • 15. DFMWR Army Community Service18 Jan Foodies Unite Religious Education Center 1000-12002nd Wed Sponsorship Training Location TBD 1000-1200
  • 16. DFMWR Army Community Service07 Feb Love & Marriage vs. Myths & Misconceptions08 Feb A New World with Good Communication09-10 Feb Weekend Homework (yes, Homework)11 Feb Conflict & Money Matters12 Feb Becoming a Family13 Feb Making it Work14 Feb The Newlywed Game Love Lunches: 1130-1300 hrs Locations varying. Bundle up and bring a lunch for two. For more information contact 263-4357 UNCLASSIFIED
  • 17. Arnn Elementary School January & February7 Jan Begin Mid-Year Continuous School Improved Assessments for Math and Writing18 Jan PTO Popcorn Friday25 Jan Teacher Workday, No school for students28 Jan Teacher Training , No school for students31 Jan Sure Start Parent Meeting1 Feb Parent Conferences (AM), Teacher Training (PM) , No school for students
  • 18. DoDEA SCHOOLS Standardized Assessment Information TerraNova, 3rd Edition Multiple Assessments (reading, language, mathematics, science, and social studies) Date: 11-15 March Grades: 3rd – 12th•Measures important higher-order thinking skills as well as basic andapplied skills•Generates norm-referenced achievement scores, criterion-referencedobjective mastery scores, and performance-level information
  • 19. Zama American Middle School January-February 201321 Jan Federal Holiday. No school for students24 Jan End of 2nd Qtr & 1st Semester25 Jan Teacher Work Day. No school for students28 Jan Begin 3rd Qtr and 2nd Semester01 Feb Parent Conferences / No school for students07 Feb 2nd Qtr Awards assembly @ 0735
  • 20. Zama High School January 201307 Jan School Resumes10 Jan Seminar Release Day-students dismissed at 1PM16 Jan 5:30PM PTO meeting in JROTC Conference room Bldg. 911 upstairs.21 Jan No School - Observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day24 Jan Half day - Students dismissed at 10:45AM25 Jan No School - Teacher WorkdayFor additional information on upcoming sports, events, please visit ourwebsite: http://www.zama-hs.pac.dodea.edu/
  • 21. Zama High School February 201301 Feb No School / Parent Teacher Conferences-Q206 Feb 3:00PM Executive Board Meeting in Information Center Bldg. 90618 Feb No School / Observance of President’s DayFor additional information on upcoming sports, events, please visit ourwebsite: http://www.zama-hs.pac.dodea.edu/
  • 22. S3/5/7 Voice of the CustomerThe ICE comments submitted from October to December 2012 (1st QTR,FY13), the following activity has been identified through trend analysis ofthe ICE Program and other methods of customer feedback (Facebook,emails, Twitter, etc.) to provide further clarification to the community.• Allied Telesis: Poor Cable TV/Internet Service• Why are minors attending adult-related activities/establishments? e.g.Octoberfest beer drinking, the Dawg Pound(Robertos / Sports Bar), Rrated movies on SHA, attending some of the adult work out classes in theCardio Room.• CY_Youth Sports: Only girls can sign-up for Youth Sport Volleyball – noboys, yet girls were allowed to play flag football this season with the boys
  • 23. Adult and Pediatric First Aid / CPR / AED Training Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room Sat – Jan 12, 2012 0800 – 1700 HoursCat & Dog First Aid Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room Sat – Jan 19, 2012 0900 – 1300 HoursBabysitter’s Training Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room Fri – Jan 25, 2012 0900 – 1330 Hours Camp Zama Red Cross DSN 263-3166 / 046-407-3166
  • 24. Emergency Communication Messages Please be reminded, ANYONE, may initiate a Red Cross Emergency Communication Message. Information needed to start a message: - Sponsor’s Full Name - Branch of Service - Rank - Social Security Number OR Date of Birth - Complete Military Address - (Unit & LPOC Number) 24 Hours-a-Day, 7 Days-a-week 1-877-272-7337 Camp Zama Red Cross DSN 263-3166 / 046-407-3166
  • 25. ENHANCED ONLINE BANKING•Online Banking In your pocket•Enjoy free and unlimited U.S. Bill Pay•Free External Transfer•Real-time account alerts
  • 26. Navy Federal Credit UnionNEW BRANCH HOURS Effective JANUARY 14, 2012 Monday- Friday 9:30 AM -5:00 PM
  • 27. SHARP ProgramSexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention Program April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) Free movie “The Invisible War” Tuesday, 2 April 0900 CAC, Camp Zama
  • 28. SHARP Program Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention Program“Walk the Talk” – to bring awareness aboutSexual Assault across Japan: Starts: Monday, 1 April Ends: Tuesday, 30 April Location: Log miles at Yano Fitness Center or onlineMWR Cherry Blossom/Sexual Assault AwarenessRun: Date: Saturday, 6 April Time: 0900 Location: CAC, Camp Zama
  • 29. SHARP Program Sexual Harassment/Assault Response and Prevention ProgramDiscount shopping at Camp Zama PX: Starts: Monday, 22 April Ends: Friday, 26 AprilTentative Events: Free movie night (SHA) Mock trial (High School) Clothesline project (Camp Zama) Breakfast with the Senior Leaders (DFAC) Sporting event (Yano Fitness Center)
  • 30. Zama Community Spouses’ Assoc. 7th Annual Scholarship Basket Auction “GOING GOING GREEN” Monies raised go to scholarships for Zama High School Seniors! Date: March 16, 2013 Time: 6pm to 11pm Place: Zama Community Club Live & Silent Auction Green/Recycled Dress Or Casual Attire Bountiful Hors d’oeuvres Buffet Cash Bar ♣ Theme Drinks Open to all SOFA Status Personnel Event Tickets ($10) MUST be purchased in Advance fromEast Meets West or PX Tuesdays and Thursdays during February – ZaCSA Board Members
  • 31. Zama Community Spouses’ Assoc.7th Annual Scholarship Basket Auction We need your help! Donations can be individual items, gift certificates, free services of a special kind, or a basket with a particular theme. To donate write basketauction@zacsa.org
  • 32. United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange Closing Remarks Garrison Commander UNCLASSIFIED
  • 33. The Next United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Tuesday 12 February 2013Slide presentations and speakers’ notes due to Yolanda Hingel by 29 January. UNCLASSIFIED
  • 34. United States Army Garrison Japan END OF BRIEFINSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND “Sustain, Support and Defend” UNCLASSIFIED

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