Community Information Exchange at Camp Zama - May 28
UNCLASSIFIEDUnited States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange28 May 2013
UNCLASSIFIEDAgenda:• Opening Remarks• Purpose• Community Program Updates• Open Forum• Closing RemarksUnited States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange
UNCLASSIFIEDPurpose: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.United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange
UNCLASSIFIEDAdmin Notes1. A Slide Is Required. No late submissions will be accepted unlessapproved by Garrison Commander.2.Submit issues, questions or concerns 2 weeks prior to CIE to allowGarrison Agencies an opportunity to research and respond.(No June or July CIE)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.Please pick up your handouts at the end of CIE.United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange
UNCLASSIFIED2013 CIE DatesNo June CIENo July CIE27 August "Happy Back To School”United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information ExchangeNo September CIE8 October19 November10 December
UNCLASSIFIEDUnited States Army Garrison-JapanCommunity Information Exchange• DPW• Housing• PMO / DES• Safety• Camp Zama Installation Manager• DHR (ASAP, CPAC, CMR, Mailroom)• DFMWR• BOSS• DoDEA (ES, MS, HS)• DENTAC• MEDDAC-J• Public Health Command• PAIO (S3/5/7)• Women Infant & Children• American Red Cross• Girl Scouts• USO• Chaplain• 78th SIG• DPTMS• LRC – Honshu• PAO• IG• Legal• Community Bank• Navy Federal Credit Union• Central Texas College• EXCHANGE• DECA• FRGs• MayorsCommunity Program Updates
DPWConstruct Temporary Boundary Fence,Chapel Hill, Camp Zama20 May 2013 ~ 19 Jun 2013New Boundary FenceCRF HousingIMPACT- Half road closures (sectionby section) on Highland DriveHighland Drive
UNCLASSIFIEDWho: Toshiba Plant Systems Company, GOJ, JED, & DPWWhy: Synchronization of the new Co-Generation plant generators arerequired in order to monitor and control high voltage electrical lines foroptimum operation and safety.Where: Building 348 (New Heat /Co-generation Plant, Camp Zama)When: 00:00 ~ 05:00, Monday24 Jun 2013 (5 hours)•Supervisory Control and DataAcquisitionDPWPower Outage (North Camp Zama)
DPWNew Operation Hours (Self-Help Store)Sagami General Depot (SGD)Effective 1 Jun 2013The Self-Help Store will beopen ONLY on Wednesdays andSaturdays,0800-1200, 1300-1700hrs.SGD Mayor, Mr. Dan Hew, will bethe POC when it’s closed.For more info, please callHousing Management Divisionat 263-5952/263-3441.
For more information, contact the Housing Management Division 263-3441/3527Housing Management Division2013 MAYORS (Update)Camp Zama: Ms. Tonisha KennebrewHigh Rise 743, CZ: Ms. Sara EdwardsHigh Rise 1050, CZ: SGT Jimmy RobersonSagamihara Family Housing Area: Ms. Tanesha ClarkSagami General Depot: Mr. Dan HewOff Post: Ms. Rhianna Santos
• Sponsors are responsible for cleaning the areas used by their pets• If kept outside, the pet’s area must be policed daily toprevent a buildup of trash and fecal materials• 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 garbagereceptacles• Un-bagged waste must not be placed in garbage receptaclesFor more information, contact the Housing Management Division 263-3441/3527Housing Management DivisionPet Owners’ Responsibility
UNCLASSIFIEDPrivately Owned and Community GrillsThe latest USAG-J Reg 420-90, dated 6 February 2013, says...Barbecue grills, smokers, and/or any open flame devices areprohibited on any balcony, porch, garage and so forth. Suchdevices should never be used indoors or be left unattended.Non-open flame type (electric) barbecue grill can be used onbalcony. (USAG-J Reg 420-90, Chapter 3-4 (5))Review of Policies
USAG-J Safety Office/Pacific Health CmdAir Quality Advisories• Japanese MOE (JapaneseOnly)– http://soramame.taiki.go.jp/• Kanagawa (Japanese Only)– http://www.k-erc.pref.kanagawa.jp/taiki/pm25.html (2.5)– http://weathernews.jp/pollen/#(pollen)• “Local Conditions” Page ofGarrison WebpageRecommended24 HOURAVERAGE PM2.5Level(µg/m3)RecommendedColor CodeRecommendedHOURLY PM2.5Level (µg/m3)RecommendedPrecautionary0-35.9 Green 0-54.9Normal outdooractivities36.0-69.9 Amber55.0-84.9Persons with diagnosedrespiratory sensitivitiesshould consider reducingprolonged or heavyoutdoor activity>70.0 Red >85All personnel shouldconsider minimizingprolonged outdooractivity. Persons withdiagnosed respiratorysensitivities shouldremain indoors wherepossible
USAG-J Safety Office/Pacific Health CmdAir Quality Advisories
Directorate of Human Resources• Choose a box with enough room for cushioning material around the contents. If you’rereusing a box, cover up or black out any old labels and markings.• Place cushioning around your items to ensure contents are stationary.• Powdery/liquid items need to be double wrapped in case something breaks or leaks intransit, to contain spill.• Tape your box shut and reinforce the seamswith 2" wide tape. Use clear or brownpackaging tape, reinforced packing tape,or paper tape.Mailing Tips – Proper PackagingCan’t Ship That!
Directorate of Human Resources• Compliance with customs laws is the responsibility of the individual mailer.• No descriptions or vague descriptions such as “miscellaneous goods,” areallowed. All contents must be listed on customs form.• Mail items may be returned if content descriptions on the customs form donot make it clear that no dangerous goods are enclosed.Mailing Tips – Customs Forms
08 Jun GRAD Night – 2000-0700 hrs @ Youth Center08 Jun Army Birthday Ball Child Care – 1600-2400 hrs13 Jun Strong Beginnings Graduation – 1200-1400 hrs @ CZCC17 Jun-23 Aug SAC Summer Camp and CDC Kinder Camp0530-1800 hrs04 Jul All CYSS Facilities Closed for Independence Day19 Aug Pre-K Boot Camp – 0800-1100 hrs30 Aug All CYSS Facilities Closed for Training Holiday02 Sep All CYSS Facilities Closed for Labor DayFor More Details Call 263-8086DFMWRChild, Youth and School Services
31 May Payday Golf Scramble1130 hrs @ Golf Course1 Jun-24 Aug Summer DiscountedBowling for Youth$1.00 game fee and$1.00 shoe rental1-2 JunCommunity Bazaar0900-1600 hrs @ CZCC15 Jun Hawaiian Festival1200-2000 hrs@ Sagami DepotFor More Details Call 263-7666DFMWRBusiness Division
21 Jun Community Night “Name That Tune”1700-2000 hrs @ CZCC23 Jun NCAA Lady All-Star Ladies – 0730 hrs @ Golf23 Jun Father’s Day Brunch – 1030-1400 hrs @ CZCC13 Jul Country Jamboree – 1200-1700 hrs @ CZCC13 Jul 1st Anniversary Celebration @ SHA Club20-21 Jul Camp Zama Golf Club Championship0630 hrs @ Zama Golf Course20 Aug Information Fair – 1300-1700 hrs @ CZCC24 Aug Community Block Party w/ ZBC 1500-2100 hrs @ CZCCFor More Details Call 263-7666DFMWRBusiness Division
For More Details Call 263-3479DFMWRRecreation Division29 Jun Independence Day Celebration1500-2030 hrs @ Dewey Park03 Aug Bon Odori Festival1130-2100 hrs @ Camp Zama
Sports Office18-28 Jun Yano Pool ShutdownCommander’s Cup Program01 Jun Singles Tennis Tourney08 Jun 6 Person Soccer22 Jun Engagement Skills Trainer24 Jun Intramural Softball13 Jul Darts and Billiards Tourney24 Jul Home Run Derby27 Jul Inner Tube Water PoloFor More Details Call 263-3479DFMWRRecreation Division
Seiko Gakuen Orphanage Visit4thTuesday of each month 0900-1130hrsCommunity OutreachProgramcampzamaboss@yahoo.com DSN: 263-3399 Cell: 080-4877-2507
DFMWRArmy Community Service21 Jun Foodies Unite “Cooking Class”Religious Education Center1000-120027 Jul ACS 47th BirthdaySHA Pool1100-1400For More Details Call 263-4357
28 May Red Cross Safety Awareness29 May Last day to take Reading Counts quizzes30 May All Library books returned30 May Guest Author Visit, Pat Cummings31 May Field DayArnn Elementary SchoolMay 2013
3 June Wall of Fame 60 Plus Book Reading Celebration-13455 June Sure Start Concert - 09305 June PTO Box Top Celebration - 13006 June Last day for Sure Start-full day attendance6 June 1 Million Words or Greater Reading Celebration - 13457 June Field Day alternate date12 June Shining Knight Awards: K-2@0915, 3-6@134513 June Last day of school for students/Release 111514 June Teacher’s Workday26 August Students return to schoolArnn Elementary SchoolJune 2013
Zama American Middle SchoolJune-August 201313 Jun Half Day Students released at 111014 Jun Teacher Work Day-No School for students21 Aug Teachers return to work23 Aug Orientation 0900-100026 Aug Students return to school
Zama High SchoolMay-Aug 201330 May All School Activities Recognition Assembly duringSeminar31 May Senior Dinner @ Atsugi Convention Center 6-9PM03 Jun 3rdQuarter Honor Roll Assembly during Seminar08 Jun ZAHS Graduation @ Atsugi Cinema 77 10AM10-13 Jun Student Half Day/release at 11:10AM13 Jun End of 4thQuarter/2ndSemester14 Jun No School/Teacher Workday21 Aug Report Date for Teachers26 Aug Begin First Quarter and First SemesterFor additional information on upcoming sports, events, please visit our website:http://www.zama-hs.pac.dodea.edu/
A review of various community feedback methods (ICE, Facebook,emails, etc.) for the month of May 2013 has identified the followingissues of general interest to the community. The purpose of this briefis to provide further clarification to those issues.•Issue 1: Why are American Express, Discover and AAFES Military Star(GOLD) cards no longer accepted at MWR activities?•Issue 2: Is it possible for the SHA Theater to post unexpected schedulechanges on the Garrisons’ Facebook page if they are not able to show themovies that are advertised on the AAFES Reel Time website?S3/5/7Voice of the Customer
Voice of the CustomerInteractive Customer Evaluation (ICE)
Adult and Pediatric First Aid / CPR / AED TrainingCamp Zama Red Cross Training RoomSat June 8, 2013 0800 – 1700 Hours $55Babysitter’s TrainingCamp Zama Red Cross Training RoomSat –May 18, 2013 0900 – 1530 Hours $45Babysitter’s Training with Pediatric First Aid / CPRCamp Zama Red Cross Training RoomSat – June 1, 2013 0900 – 1600 Hours $55Camp Zama Red Cross DSN 263-3166 / 046-407-3166
Camp Zama Red Cross DSN 263-3166 / 046-407-31662013 Disaster CampaignThe American Red Cross is partnering with John O. Arnn ElementarySchoolK-2 coloring contest: the participants will color a picture that wascreated by a Zama Middle School art student.3-4 poster contest: the students will create a poster in reference towhat they have been learning in class.5-6 graphic design contest: the students will create a PowerPointslide in reference to what they have been learning in class.The American Red Cross will be distributing small pocket first aid tins to all thestudents that are participating. The winners will receive a Family First Aid kit, onefrom each division.
Camp Zama Red Cross DSN 263-3166 / 046-407-3166Upcoming EventsNational CPR Week June 1st– 7thCompression Only DemonstrationsJune 5th1000 – 1400Disaster Trainer & Workers Needed July 15th– 19thThe Camp Zama Red Cross is looking for volunteers willing tohelp the community prepare for disasters. Specifically we are lookingfor people eager to take advanced training to support our educationprograms in the schools and our awareness campaigns in thecommunity. We also need a large number of volunteers to support theearthquake exercise in July.FREE CHILD CARE AvailableUp to 25 Hours of Free Hourly care atSHA CDC or Zama CDC
Zama Girl ScoutsUpcoming Events13 June Bridging Ceremony15 June Lady Baden Powell Award ceremony forinternational friendshipHelping build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place.Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgVolunteers Needed!Public Relations RegistrarSecretary Troop Leaders!
Community Bank, Operated by Bank ofAmericaSue YunBanking Center Manager&Will MilhommeBanking Center Service ManagerAnnouncementFunds available to support the communityLet us know about your upcoming event263-4767 or 263-8583COMMUNITY BANK
MAYORSCOMMUNITY YARD SALECome out and sell your “Treasures”or pick up some new ones!Saturday June 1st, 0700-1200Two Locations1. Arnn Elementary Field 2. JED Bldg #250 PARKING LOT(SHA, Sagami Depot, Off-Base) (Zama, High Rise 1050, High Rise 743)For more info, please contact:Mayor Clark (SHFA) Mayor Hew (SGD) Mayor Santos (Off-Base)080-3418-6128 090-1840-3275 080-4114-4365Mayor Kennebrew (Zama) Mayor Roberson (High Rise 1050) Mayor Edwards (High Rise 743)080-3502-7449 080-4201-6495 email@example.com
UNCLASSIFIEDThe NextUnited States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information ExchangeTuesday27 August 2013Slide presentations and speakers’ notes due toACS, Community Life Office by 13 August.