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    • United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange 14 August 2012 UNCLASSIFIED
    • United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Agenda:• Opening Remarks• Purpose• Community Program Updates• Open Forum• Closing Remarks UNCLASSIFIED
    • United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Purpose:To provide a forum for information sharing and discussion of events andservices affecting the community. UNCLASSIFIED
    • United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Admin Notes1. Scheduled CIE Dates: 9 October 6 November 4 December2. Submit issues, questions or concerns prior to CIE to allow Garrison Agencies an opportunity to research and respond3. 2-3 Slides Max – Font ARIAL – Minimum Pitch 18 - Standard Template – Submissions will be returned for correction UNCLASSIFIED
    • United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Community Program Updates• DPW• PMO • DES• Safety • DPTMS• Housing • DOL• Camp Zama Installation Manager • DHR (ASAP, CPAC)• DFMWR • PAO• DoDEA (ES, MS, HS) • IG• DENTAC • Legal• MEDDAC-J • Community Bank• Public Health Command • Navy Federal Credit Union• PAIO (ICE) • Central Texas College• Women Infant & Children • EXCHANGE• American Red Cross • DECA• Girl / Boy / Cub Scouts • FRGs• BOSS • Mayors• Chaplain• 78th SIG UNCLASSIFIED
    • United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange USAGJ Private Organizations• Army Aviation Association of America • Pride of the Orient #55 (AAAA) • Rising Sun Lodge #151• ARNN Elementary School PTO • Sergeant Audie Murphy Club• Association of United States Army (AUSA) • Signal Corps Regimental Association• Boy Scout Troop #34 • Touchon Lodge• Cub Scout Pack #34 • Upsilon Lambda Lambda (Omega Psi Phi)• Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. • USA Girl Scouts – Zama• Filipino-American Association • Zama Community Spouses’ Association• Hui’O Hawaii • Zama High School PTO• Iota Phi Theta Fraternity, Inc. • Zama Middle School PTO• Knights of Columbus • Zama Music Booster’s Club• Japan Engineering District Civilian Welfare Council (JEDCWC) • Zama Sportsmen’s Club• Latino American Club • Top 3 Association• Operating Location “C” Community Club • Zama Killer Katanas UNCLASSIFIED
    • Defense Emergency Services (PMO) Defense Biometrics Identification System (DBIDS) Register TODAY!• 31 August: Registration deadline for Service Members,DA Civilians, MLC’s and Dependants. Failure to register bywill delay gate entry.• 1 September: 100% scanning at all gates Please register at the Camp Zama Pass or Vehicle Registration Office
    • DPW Sustainment Restoration Modernization (SRM) Projects1. Replace HVAC System at MWR golf club house Project Schedule: 27 Aug – 28 Oct 2012 Impact: Club house dining closed 4 – 13 Sep 20122. Replace HVAC System at Chapel (Camp Zama) Project Schedule: 24 Sep – 25 Nov 2012 Impact: No Air Conditioning in chapel for duration of project3. Re-striping of parking lot at Bazaar, laundry drop off Project Schedule (tentative): 3 – 6 Sep 2012 Impact: Parking lot closure on 3 Sep 2012
    • DFMWR Army Community Service ACS Advisory Council 28 August, 1100 - 1300 CZCC – Eda’sFor ACS Senior Advisors, FRG Leaders, Mayors, FRSAs, & all Agencies with Volunteers Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP to attend contact ACS UNCLASSIFIED
    • DFMWR Sagamihara Clubs• Pacific Rim Dining • Blue Moon Bar – 6 Yakiniku Tables – Comfort Foods from Home – Large Kids Menu and Asia at reasonable – Hours of Operations: prices • Friday: 1630-2100 – Hours of Operation • Saturday/Sunday: • Friday: 1630-2100 1200-2100 • Saturday/Sunday: • Monday: 1630-2100 1200-0100 • Monday: 1630-2200 UNCLASSIFIED
    • DFMWR Camp Zama Community Club Events Calendar • 21 August: CZCC, Information Fair 1300-1700 • 25 August: Block Party-”Back to School” 1500-2100 • 1 & 2 September: Community Bazaar • 7 Sept: Hispanic Heritage Lunch Buffet 1100-1300 • Fiscal Year 2013 Community Night: Charge a nominal entry feeIMJN-MWB/(DSN 315) 263-4452/john.i.shoda.naf@mail.mil 14 August 2012
    • DFMWR Special Events• Commanders Cup Labor Day • Commander’s Cup Inner-Tube 5K Water Polo – 01 Sep, 0800 – 22 Sept, 0900 – Yano Fitness Center – Yano Pool• Commanders Cup Punt, Kick & • Commanders Cup Intramural Toss Football Season [Tentative] – 12 Sep, 1800 – 24 Sept, 1800 – Rambler Field – Rambler Field• Music Fest / Slam Fest VI – 15 & 16 Sept, 1430-2100 – 16 Sept Fireworks – Yano Field UNCLASSIFIED
    • DFMWR Child, Youth & School Services End of Summer/Back to School CelebrationsSHA CDC Back to School Bash 24 August @ 1000SAC End of Summer Barbeque 24 August @ 1100Youth Center Back to School Party 24 August @ 1300 SHA CDC 7 September @1800 School Age Care 13 September @1630 Zama CDC 14 September @1630
    • DFMWR Child, Youth & School Services Strong Beginnings Boot Camp 27 – 31 August 2012 / 0800-1430 Zama & SHA CDCsOne week intensive “Get ready to Go!” kindergarten orientation aimed atchildren who will enroll in SY 2012-2013 at Arnn Elementary KindergartenProgram. FY 12-13 Strong Beginnings class start 10 September 2012POC SHA: 267-6564; POC Zama: 263-4992
    • DFMWR Child, Youth & School Services School Age CareZama Before/After School Bus Transportation Trial Service 27 August – 28 September Pick-up and Drop off Youth Center Bus Stop Pick Up: 0530 Bus Departs 0540 Drop off between 1750 and 1800 POC: 263-6013
    • DFMWR School Liaison OfficerFirst Day of School 27 August 2012First Day for Kindergarten 04 September 2012 Attention Homeschoolers Contact: 263-5932 Coming this Fall! Life After High School: College & Career Fair
    • Arnn Elementary School Events CalendarAugust Event 17 • New Student Orientation, 1400 22 • Teachers Return to School • PD Day for Teachers 23 • Army 101 Training for Teachers 24 • Class lists posted at Arnn ES and Exchange after 1500 • 1st Day of School (1/2 day students dismissed at 1115) • Kinder Orientation at 0900 27 • PTO BBQ, 1115-1230 • Open House starting at 1230 27-31 • Kinder Home Visits 28 • Teresa Torres Memorial / Dedication Svc at Arnn ES Info Center at 1445
    • Arnn Elementary School• Registration is on-going. Please encourage new families to register as soon as possible.• Substitutes are always needed. Please stop by the school to pick up a packet.• Volunteers are a vital part of Arnn Elementary School. Please stop in to inquire about volunteer opportunities or call the school at 267-6602 or 042-869-6602.
    • Zama Middle School Educators return to work 22 August Student Orientation 0900-1000 24 August SY 12-13 Begins 27 August Labor Day No School 03 September Meet & Greet 1600-1700 13 SeptemberHalf Day Students released @ 1110 21 September
    • Zama American High School EventsAugust Event • Welcome Back all Teachers and Staff 20 • Band Camp Week (20th – 25th) - POC: Kevin Hanson • Orientation Meet & Greet for 10th-12th Grade Students at 1330 24 in Auditorium, Bldg 912 • Zama Football: ZHS vs Kinnick at Atsugi, 1900 • 1st Day of School / Welcome Back Students 27 - “C” Schedule day. Students will report to all classes 31 • Zama Football: ZHS vs Yokota at Yokota, 1900
    • MEDDAC-JIntegrated Disability Evaluation System
    • MEDDAC-J Integrated Disability Evaluation System• Secretary of the Army is charged with assuring the fitness of Soldiers, and separating or retiring those who become unfit to continue military service because of physical disability• IDES combines the Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) disability processes and uses a streamlined evaluation for delivery of a total benefits and compensation package.• For Soldiers referred under the duty-related process, the IDES is comprised of the Medical Evaluation Board (MEB) and the Physical Evaluation Board (PEB).• The Army’s first priority for Soldiers suffering from an illness or injury is to ensure delivery of the highest quality and proper medical attention. If the medical conditions improve to the point that the Soldiers are able to return to full military duty, they are returned to their units.
    • MEDDAC-J Medically Not ReadyProvides ongoing surveillance of the Medically Not Ready(MNR) Soldier’s health fitness status; minimizes health carehindrances until Soldier is: • Returned to duty: Soldier is no longer MNR (rehabilitated, with no on-going medical surveillance required) • Transferred to a Warrior Transition Unit (WTU) for further management; or • Processed through a Medical Evaluation Board (MEB)/ Physical Evaluation Board (PEB)
    • MEDDAC-J Natural Running Form ClinicLearn how to run faster, stronger, more efficiently and with less injury Open to all Base Personnel and Family members who want to improve their running form 25 August 2012, 0800-1000 Zama School Track (In the case of rain, clinic will be held at the Yano Fitness Center) Call or e-mail NLT 24 August 2012 to sign up Preventive Medicine Division 263-8195/2004
    • MEDDAC-J Youth Wellness Physicals Ages 4 years and up Well Child Exam for: Registering with Child Youth and School Services(CYSS) Team Sports (Basketball, Soccer, etc)After School/Extracurricular Activities (Boy/Girl Scouts, Martial arts, etc) School Physicals and Immunizations 16 August 2012 0730-1130 BG Crawford F. Sams U.S. Army Health Clinic Call 263-4175 to make an appointment Please bring CYSS forms and immunization/shot records
    • First Aid, CPR, AED Training Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room Fri– Aug 17, 2012 0800 – 1700 Hours Sat – Aug 18, 2012 0800 – 1700 Hours Wed & Thur – Aug 22 & 23, 2012 1700 – 2100 HoursBabysitter’s Training Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room Sat – Aug 11, 2012 0900 – 1530 Hours www.redcross.org DSN (315) 263-3166 CIV 046-407-3166
    • First Aid / CPR /AED Instructor Course Thur & Fri – Aug 9 & 10, 2012 0900 – 1300 / 0900 – 1500 2 slots still availableVolunteer Opportunites Medical Clinic & Dental Volunteers Medical Volunteers – Licensed Professional (RNs, etc) Administrative Duties FREE CHILD CARE Available www.redcross.org DSN (315) 263-3166 CIV 046-407-3166
    • Free American Red Cross First Aid App www.redcross.org DSN (315) 263-3166 CIV 046-407-3166
    • Program Events RECREATION AND LEISURE• Fuji Fire Festival: 26 AUG• Madden Tournament: 26 AUG COMMUNITY SERVICES• Seiko Gakuen Orphanage Visit: AUG• G2 Bilateral Picnic: 29 SEP• Sagamihara River Clean-up: OCT
    • Central Texas College On-Base Courses Face to Face Class Fall 2012 on Camp ZamaCourse Title: Days: Dates: Class Instructor::BMGT Principles of Tues/ 8/20 - Time: Dickerson 1327 Management Thurs 10/14 1745 - 2045 English as a Second Language Class Fall 2012 on Camp Zama Course: Title: Dates: Class ESL Days: Instructor: English as a Second 9/3- TimeAdvanced/ Mon/ Wed Ms. Parreco Language 10/10 1730-1930Business
    • Central Texas College Events & Updates Central Texas College English as a Second Language Studies: • CTC can bring ESL Classes to your organization/unit • On-going classes at Education Center. • Low cost - $75 per student + book (approx. $30) • ESL practice/testing with discussions and homework. • 6-week course- with a CTC approved instructor • Certificate of Completion provided at course endIf you ever have any questions feel free to stop by our office in the education center or our HQ office in building 533.
    • AAFES: The Exchange New SHA Movie Theater Concerns 1. Respectful behavior 2. Match lighting inside a crowded theater. Requests of the Community 1. Safety of all patrons must be a priority. 2. Trash everywhere creates a safety issue. 3. Be vigilant of your surroundings. 4. Help us deter unwanted behaviors; i.e. patrons entering through exit doors.
    • The Next United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Tuesday 9 October 2012Slide presentations and speakers notes due to ACS by 25 September. UNCLASSIFIED
    • United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange Open Forum UNCLASSIFIED
    • United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange Closing Remarks Garrison Commander UNCLASSIFIED
    • United States Army Garrison Japan End Of BriefINSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND UNCLASSIFIED