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  • Hi folks, I think I left my metal detector at Dewey Park on the 25th of August. It is a Fisher F2 model. I checked with security and MWR to see if it was found and turned in. No joy. I left contact information with security. Not looking to get anyone in trouble. Just want it back. If you seen or know someone that may have found it please return or suggest to return it. I left contact info with security so they can let me know it was found. Thank you.
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  • UNCLASSIFIED United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange 27 August 2013
  • UNCLASSIFIED Agenda: • Opening Remarks • Purpose • Community Program Updates • Open Forum • Closing Remarks United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange
  • UNCLASSIFIED Purpose: The purpose of the USAG Japan Community Information Exchange (CIE) is to allow organizations to discuss services and support provided to the Community. This forum facilitates dialogue and an opportunity for units to obtain Community information to take back to their Soldiers, Family Members, Civilians and Retirees. United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange
  • UNCLASSIFIED 2013 CIE Dates United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange No September CIE 8 October 19 November 10 December
  • UNCLASSIFIED United States Army Garrison-Japan Community Information Exchange • DPW • 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 • Mayors Community Program Updates
  • UNCLASSIFIED DPW New Operation Hours (Self-Help Store) Sagami General Depot (SGD) Effective 1 October 2013 The SGD Self-Help Store will be open ONLY on Saturdays, 0800-1200 & 1300-1700hrs. SGD Mayor, Mr. Dan Hew, will be the POC when it’s closed. For more info, please call Housing Management Division at 263-5952/263-3441.
  • UNCLASSIFIED HOUSING MANAGEMENT DIVISION LEAVE and TDY • To ensure proper maintenance and care of quarters and lawns, all Army Family Housing (AFH) residents and Unaccompanied Personnel Housing (UPH) residents must notify the Housing Management Division (HMD) of their extended absences. [over seven (7) days] • Residents must assign a sponsor/responsible adult to perform periodic checks to ensure the home is free of incident/unexpected circumstances and maintain the yard. • In the event that you do NOT assign a responsible adult, the HMD will contact your Unit or Organization and request their assistance with your yard maintenance. • Form for Extended Absences is available at HMD (Bldg. 671). • If you have any questions, please contact the HMD at 236-3527/8261.
  • UNCLASSIFIED For more information, contact the Housing Management Division 263-3527/3441 Housing Management Division 2013 MAYORS Sagami General Depot : Mr. Dan Hew Sagamihara Family Housing Area : Ms. Tanesha Clark Tower 1050 : SGT Jimmy Roberson Tower 743 : Ms. Sara Edwards Camp Zama : Ms. Shellye Price Off Post : Ms. Rhianna Santos
  • UNCLASSIFIED • 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 materials. • Owners must clean up the 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 263-5952/3527 Housing Management Division Pet Owners’ Responsibility
  • UNCLASSIFIED 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 263-3527/4136 For more information, contact the Housing Management Division 263-5952/3527 Housing Management Division To Report Pet Cleanup Violations
  • • To enter sign up at Family Housing Office (Bldg 671) or at usarmy.zama.imcom-pacific.mbx.usagj-dpw-housing-officer@mail.mil • Deadline for entry is 30 Aug •Selections will be made on 30 Sep • The judging criteria is based on maintenance of lawn and shrubbery, general aesthetics and pleasant appearance • The winners will be announced at the 8 Oct CIE If you have any questions, please contact the HMD at 236-3527/4135 Housing Management Division YARD OF THE YEAR AWARD 2013
  • UNCLASSIFIED Divert Drainage Systems, SGD DPW (From Now until 17 Sep 2013) Construction IMPACT - Full road closure next to Bldg 165-S4 165-S4
  • UNCLASSIFIED (5 Sep 13 ~ 5 Oct 13) Impact - 59 parking spaces closed Construction Pave Parking DPW
  • UNCLASSIFIED DPW Detour Route to Parking Lot (From Now Until 6 Oct 2013) Parking Construction Community Club Bank New Boiler Plant Auto Skills Arts & Crafts Clothing Sales GSA Store Impact - Enter from Ishinomaki Ave and go through Bank parking lot - Exit through Bank parking or one-way road to D Street Enter / Exit One W ay
  • UNCLASSIFIED DPW After Normal Duty Hours & Weekend Customer Service Issues Due to budget crisis, DPW will only be responding to Life, Health, & Safety (LHS) issues called in to the after hour and weekend Customer Services lines, 263-4613 & 263- 4274. It is important customers call in only LHS issues. If issue(s) are questionable, your call will be directed to the Operations & Maintenance, subject matter experts. Since DPW understands some issues are subjective, below is a list of examples you can report:  Unscheduled water or power outages  Major water leaks which may cause collateral damage to the facility or personal property  Plumbing issues (toilet or sinks)  Inoperable refrigerators (to prevent perishables from spoiling)  Downed power lines, shorted outlets  Structural Damage from: wind, rain, flood, and earthquakes  Broken glass in windows or doors  Inoperable heating or air conditioning system; however, if you have multiple working units in your quarters, please wait until the next work day to call in
  • UNCLASSIFIED DPW Avoiding Mold Issues In Your Quarters  Maintain your air-conditioner (A/C) settings at 25.5 Degrees Celsius or 78 Degrees Fahrenheit  Humidity levels should be between 30 and 50 percent (dehumidifiers are available at the Post Exchange) NOTE: Most dehumidifiers need to be monitored so the sump tray will not overflow with water  Keep all windows and doors closed (operating A/C systems with the doors and windows open causes condensation)  If you are going on an extended trip (7 days or more) please notify the Housing Division so they can provide you with a check list of essential items before closing up your quarters such as: - leave your A/C systems operating at low speed and at 85 Degrees Fahrenheit - leave your closets and indoor room doors open - leave your bathroom ventilation fans operating - do not leave any dehumidifiers operating - do not leave any damp laundry laying out  Remediation: - Light surface mold can be removed by diluting 1 cup of bleach in a gallon of water and apply to the area with a spray bottle or dampened sponge - Any heavy or reoccurring mold issues please call DPW customer service line 263-4613 / 263-4274
  • UNCLASSIFIED 17–18 Sep ASIST (Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training) 0900–1630, at the Religious Education Center THIS SESSION – GATEKEEPER PROFESSIONS ONLY! Attire: Civilian attire for all attendees 19 Sep ACE – Suicide Awareness Training 1300–1500, at the CAC Mandatory annual training for all military and civilian personnel. Family members welcome. Attire: Army Combat Uniform for Soldiers; appropriate attire for Civilians and Family Members. Space is limited. Register in advance. To register, email unit/organization, job title and name to POC: Ms. Esther Dacanay, Program Manager, Resiliency / Suicide Prevention, DSN 263-8049, esther.m.dacanay.civ@mail.mil Army Substance Abuse Program
  • UNCLASSIFIED National Suicide Prevention Lifeline DSN 263-8255 Japanese phones/cell – 046-407-8255 Allied Telesis – 98-263-8255 Vonage or Skype – 1-800-273-8255 SuicidePreventionLifeline.org Military and Family Life Counselor (MFLC) DSN 263-3638 Overwhelmed? Confidential Help Is There Army Substance Abuse Program
  • UNCLASSIFIED Army Substance Abuse Program
  • UNCLASSIFIED   ARMY EDUCATION CENTER, BLDG 278 0800-1630 Monday through Friday Attend on-base college courses Academic counseling Research college information Take a CLEP, DANTES exam or other test GoArmyEd assistance Visit Multi-Learning Facility
  • UNCLASSIFIED On-Base College Courses On-Base College Courses Testing: CLEP and DSST Testing: CLEP and DSST JST (former AARTS)JST (former AARTS) GoArmyEdGoArmyEd SOCAD Evaluations and Transfer Credit SOCAD Evaluations and Transfer Credit Online LearningOnline Learning ARMY EDUCATION CENTER, BLDG 278
  • UNCLASSIFIED TESTING HOURS CLEP/DSST testing: Monday – Thursday at 1330 Pearson Vue, GRE, GMAT testing: Friday at 1400 Please contact Mr. Derrick Spivey DSN: 263-4691 E-mail: dspivey@asia.umuc.edu Or Education Center Testing Brunch DSN: 263-3635 Army Personnel Testing (DLAB, DLPT, AFCT, ASVAB, OPI) Entrance Examinations (SAT/ACT for Active Duty Only)  CLEP/DSST/PersonVue/GED/Excelsior TABE  PRAXIS Pre GED Interest Inventory (Kuder) Test Proctor Services ARMY EDUCATION CENTER, BLDG 278
  • UNCLASSIFIED 2 Sep Closed in observance of Labor day 6 Sep Open House of SHA CDC, 1630-1730 9 Sep First of Strong Beginnings @ CDCs 21 Sep Kids day, 1400-1700 @ Youth Center 7-11 Oct Fire Prevention Week 14-18 Oct Red Ribbon Week 14 Oct Closed in observance of Columbus day For More Details Call 263-8086 DFMWR Child, Youth and School Services
  • UNCLASSIFIED 31 Aug- Community Bazaar 1 Sep Sat 0900-1700 / Sun 1000-1600 @ CZCC 2 Sep Holiday Bowling Rates 1100-2000 @ Zama Bowling Center 5 Sep Gridiron Challenge VI start 1700-1900 @ CZCC, Game Time 6 Sep Bunco Night 1830-2030 @ CZCC 14 Sep Individual Stroke Play 0600 @ Zama Golf Course For More Details Call 263-7666 DFMWR Business Division
  • UNCLASSIFIED 20 Sep Hispanic Heritage Month Buffet 1100-1300 @ CZCC 20 Sep Community Night (Name That Tune) 1700-2000 @ CZCC 21 Sep “Rock N Roll” Live by Lick The Jam 2000-2200 @ SHA Club, Blue Moon 24 Sep Nichibei Golf Tournament 0930 @ Zama Golf Course 27 Sep Titleist Demo Day 1600-1900 @ Zama Golf Course For More Details Call 263-7666 DFMWR Business Division
  • UNCLASSIFIED 28 Sep Back In School Party 1900-2200 @ Zama Bowling Center 29 Sep Bring Your English Students 1100-1400 @ Zama Bowling Center 11 Oct Gourmet Dinner 1800-2100 @ CZCC 19 Oct Oktober Fest 1700-2000 @ CZCC Parking Area 20-21 Oct Zama Open Golf Tournament 0630 @ Zama Golf Course For More Details Call 263-7666 DFMWR Business Division
  • UNCLASSIFIED For More Details Call 263-3479 DFMWR Recreation Division 31 Aug Labor Day 5K Run 0800 @ Sagamihara Housing Area 31 Aug End of Summer Jam (Bands) 1100-1400 @ SHA Pool 3 Sep AFE Polynesian Show “Te Iriatai Ora” 1900-2000 @ Community Activity Center 14 Sep AFE Band “LIT” Time TBD @ CZCC, Fire Light Lounge 16 Sep Boot Camp (6-week fitness program) Register by 16 Sep @ Yano Fitness Center
  • UNCLASSIFIED Commander’s Cup Program 31 Aug Labor Day 5K Run 4 Sep Home Run Derby – Female 5 Sep Home Run Derby – Male 9-19 Sep IM Softball Championships 12 Sep Sports Council meeting for FY14 21 Sep Triathlon 30 Sep Punt, Kick & Toss Library Program SHA Library: Lunch hour will change from 1400-1500 to 1330-1430 effective 26 August For More Details Call 263-3479 DFMWR Recreation Division
  • UNCLASSIFIED DFMWR Army Community Service WELCOME TO JAPAN VIDEO http://www.usagj.jp.pac.army.mil/ SPONSORSHIP CLASS 11 Sept 1400, Bldg 402 Resuming in October ACS On Wheels will bring Sponsorship Class to you
  • UNCLASSIFIED MWR NARITA BUS SERVICE
  • UNCLASSIFIED   Narita Bus Transition Project
  • UNCLASSIFIED • Program Start Date: 01 September 2013 • Fees: $30/¥3,000 • No Pets: Call 263-4671 for pet options • Prepayment: Required for confirmation • Pick Up/Drop Off Time & Locations: Unchanged • Cash Payment: Accepted at the Bus (Space-A) NARITA SHUTTLE SERVICE
  • UNCLASSIFIED NARITA SHUTTLE SERVICE • Contact Information – DSN: 315-263-4671 – JP COMM: 046-407-4671 – US COMM: 011-81-46-407-4671 – EMAIL: zamaodr@gmail.com – WEB: www.armymwrjapan.com/narita-bus
  • UNCLASSIFIED NARITA BUS ALTERNATIVES • Taxi Company: Sagami Chuo Koutsu. Phone: 0120-888-810 (on-post access authorized) • Local Limousine Bus: 3,500 yen (adults); 1,700 yen (youth) (departs from Sagamiono Station) • Train: Between 2,000 and 6,000 yen • Sponsor Pick-up: Approximately 6,000 yen for tolls, round trip • Outdoor Recreation Vehicle Rental: $60 • Outdoor Recreation Limousine Service: 263-4671. • Taxi: Not recommended; estimated cost is 40,000 yen
  • UNCLASSIFIED Arnn Elementary School   All furloughs days for DoDEA schools have been cancelled 26 Aug First day of school for 1st -6th grade 28 Aug Sure Start Orientation for Parents @ 1400 30 Aug BBQ/Open House at 1400 2 Sep No School- Labor Day 3 Sep First day of school for Kindergarten and PSCD 12 Sep First day of school for Sure Start 27 Sep Teacher Work Day- no school for students August and September
  • UNCLASSIFIED Zama American Middle School August-September 2013 21 Aug Teachers return to work 23 Aug Orientation 0900-1000 26 Aug Students return to school 02 Sep Labor Day-No school for students 04-05 Sep School Pictures 19 Sep PTO Board Meeting at 1530 19 Sep PTO General Meeting at 1630
  • UNCLASSIFIED Zama High School Aug-Sept 2013 21 Aug Teacher Report Day 26 Aug Begin First Quarter and First Semester 02 Sept NO SCHOOL/Observance of Labor Day **Furloughs for DODEA Teachers have been cancelled. The school year will resume normally with no cancelled school days*** For additional information on upcoming sports, events, please visit our website: http://www.zama-hs.pac.dodea.edu/
  • Zama High School Football Games (HOME) All HOME football games and homecoming will be held at Taylor Field at NAF Atsugi (across from the Commissary) due to construction at Zama HS. Be sure to come out and cheer on the Mighty Trojans! 31 Aug ZHS vs Yokota 21 Sept ZHS vs Kinnick 05 Oct ZHS vs ASIJ 19 Oct ZHS vs Edgren – HOMECOMING ***Times for Homecoming Events TBD*** 1630 Junior Varsity Game Time - 1900 Varsity Game Time For additional information on upcoming sports, events, please visit our website: http://www.zama-hs.pac.dodea.edu/
  • UNCLASSIFIED  MEDDAC-J Enjoy the calming and relaxing effects of the water while focusing on the mind, body and breath with Water Yoga Who: Active Duty, Spouses, DA civilians, All SOFA When: Thursdays beginning 8 Aug, 1630-1700 Where: Yano Pool Why: Promote active health and well being *Adults only, Non swimmers welcome Proudly Sponsored by: Community Health Promotion Council and MEDDAC-J POC: Jana York, 263-2004, jana.u.york.civ@mail.mil Free Water Yoga
  • UNCLASSIFIED Adult and Pediatric First Aid / CPR / AED Training Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room Saturday, 12 Sep, 0800 – 1600 Hours $55 Pet CPR and First Aid Offered Quarterly, next class later this fall Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room $45 Babysitter’s Training with Pediatric First Aid / CPR Offered Quarterly, next class later this fall Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room $55 Camp Zama Red Cross DSN 263-3166 / 046-407-3166Camp Zama Red Cross DSN 263-3166 / 046-407-3166
  • UNCLASSIFIED Introducing the American Red Cross Dental Assistant Program 2013/2014 This program is designed to provide comprehensive training to work as a dental assistant overseas or in America. (This program does not guarantee a job after completion) -The program consists of 4 weeks of classroom instruction and then 400 hours of volunteer clinical chair side assistance in Atsugi. -Applicants will be chosen by an application and interview process. -This program is very competitive. -Only eight participants will be chosen. APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE UNTIL AFTER SEPTEMBER 3, 2013 AND CAN BE PICKED UP AT THE RED CROSS OFFICE IN BUILDING 376 AND ARE DUE BACK TO THE OFFICE BY SEPTEMBER 16TH! For more information please call 264-6794/email: atsugi@redcross.org
  • UNCLASSIFIED Camp Zama Red Cross DSN 263-3166 / 046-407-3166Camp Zama Red Cross DSN 263-3166 / 046-407-3166 Upcoming Events Zama City Disaster Drill 31 Aug Sagamino Elementary School 0900-1130 Sagamihara Disaster Drill 1 Sep Sagami Depot 1000-1300 Volunteer Opportunities Red Cross Offices, MEDDAC, ASAP FREE CHILD CARE Available Up to 25 Hours of Free Hourly care at SHA CDC or Zama CDC
  • UNCLASSIFIED Zama Girl Scouts Upcoming Events 21 Sep New registration year rally 31 Oct Juliette Gordon Low Birthday Celebration **Cookie Sales Date TBD Helping build girls of courage, confidence, and character who make the world a better place. Email: zamagirlscouts@gmail.com Volunteers Needed! Public Relations Registrar Secretary Troop Leaders!
  • UNCLASSIFIED Religious Support Office    PWOC Kick Off: - Date: 29 Aug, Thursday - Time: 9:30 am – 11:30 am - Location: Religious Education Center - Watch care is provided.  Women Bible Study and Fellowship: - Date: 1st & 3rd Wednesday, Sep thru Dec 2013 - Time: 6 pm – 7:50 pm - Location: Multipurpose Room, Tower 743, Camp Zama - Title: “BRACE,” ---bringing renewal and change! Protestant Women of the Chapel
  • UNCLASSIFIED   Religious Support Office Catholic Community  Worship Services: - Sunday Mass, 0900, Zama Chapel - Monday-Thursday, Noon Mass, Blessed Sacrament Chapel, ZC - All Saints Day Mass: 1700, 1 Nov, Holy Day of Obligation, ZC  Religious Education (Kick Off - 8 Sep): 1045-1145, at REC - Teachers’ Coordination Luncheon Meeting, 1100, 25 Aug, at CZCC - Child Protection Training, 1400, 8 Sep, at REC - Teachers’ Training, 1400, 22 Sep, at REC  Catholic Picnic: 1200-1500, 29 Sep, at Dewey Park
  • UNCLASSIFIED   Religious Support Office Zama Chapel Protestant Community  Worship Services: - Sunday, 1100, Zama Chapel (Traditional and Contemporary Service) - Children’s Church offered during the service - Combination of Traditional and Contemporary Style  Religious Education: - Sunday School starts 8 Sep, 0930-1030, at Religious Education Center - Small Groups start the week of 8 Sep: Couples, Men’s, and Women’s Bible Studies  Congregational Meeting: 25 Aug following the service  Linger Longer Luncheon: Every third Sunday following the service  Worship and Picnic: 1100-1700, 15 Sep, at Dewey Park
  • UNCLASSIFIED   Religious Support Office  Worship Services: - Sunday, 0900, Sagamihara Housing Area Chapel (Gospel Service) - Children’s Church offered during the service - Combination of Traditional and Contemporary Style  Religious Education: - Sunday School: Sunday, 1040-1130 - Preschool Class: 3-5 years old “KidsOwn Worship” - Elementary Class: 6-12 years old “KidsOwn Worship” - Teens For Christ - Adults: English/Japanese classes - Small Groups: Couples, Men’s, and Women’s - Bible Studies: Wednesday, 1800-1900  Intercessory Prayer: Every Friday, 1800-1900  True Love Waits: “Coming this fall” “Loving God, Loving Each Other, To Bless The Community” SFHA Chapel Gospel Community
  • UNCLASSIFIEDUNCLASSIFIED Admin Notes 1. A Slide Is Required. No late submissions will be accepted unless approved by Garrison Commander. 2.Submit issues, questions or concerns 2 weeks prior to CIE to allow Garrison Agencies an opportunity to research and respond. 3.2-3 Slides Max – Font ARIAL – Minimum Pitch 18. Submit slides 2 weeks prior to CIE for Garrison Commander’s review. Submissions will be returned to agencies for corrections. 4.Please pick up your handouts at the end of CIE. United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange
  • UNCLASSIFIED The Next United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Tuesday 8 October 2013
  • UNCLASSIFIED END OF BRIEF United States Army Garrison Japan “SET THE STANDARD”