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These are the slides from Camp Zama's monthly Community Information Exchange, the latest of which was held May 29, 2012, at the Camp Zama Community Club.

These are the slides from Camp Zama's monthly Community Information Exchange, the latest of which was held May 29, 2012, at the Camp Zama Community Club.

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  • Each organization will submit one nominee to be considered for the Outstanding Volunteer of the Year. The nomination will include a cover sheet with the person’s name, organization and telephone number. On a separate page, cite duties and why the nominee should be selected. DA Form 4713 must be attached showing hours volunteered and must be signed by the volunteer’s supervisor. Nominations submitted without DA Form 4713 will not be accepted. The nomination for Volunteer of Year must be turned in no later than 15 March 2011. The nomination can be brought in hard copy form to Yolanda Hingel at Army Community Service (ACS) or sent by email to yolanda.f.hingel.civ@mail.mil. A panel will rate nominees by a point system criterion. The three highest scores will be awarded the Outstanding Volunteer of the Year (1st), Honored Volunteer of the Year (2nd), and Merited Volunteer of the Year (3rd). Points will be given for the length of time the individual has been volunteering, the number of hours volunteered during 2011, the list of volunteer hours provided to other services or agencies, the individual’s impact on the U.S. Army Garrison, Japan, and the enhancement of bilateral relationship with our host nation. ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE REGISTERED IN VMIS. (www.myarmyonesource.com)
  • Each organization will submit one nominee to be considered for the Outstanding Volunteer of the Year. The nomination will include a cover sheet with the person’s name, organization and telephone number. On a separate page, cite duties and why the nominee should be selected. DA Form 4713 must be attached showing hours volunteered and must be signed by the volunteer’s supervisor. Nominations submitted without DA Form 4713 will not be accepted. The nomination for Volunteer of Year must be turned in no later than 15 March 2011. The nomination can be brought in hard copy form to Yolanda Hingel at Army Community Service (ACS) or sent by email to yolanda.f.hingel.civ@mail.mil. A panel will rate nominees by a point system criterion. The three highest scores will be awarded the Outstanding Volunteer of the Year (1st), Honored Volunteer of the Year (2nd), and Merited Volunteer of the Year (3rd). Points will be given for the length of time the individual has been volunteering, the number of hours volunteered during 2011, the list of volunteer hours provided to other services or agencies, the individual’s impact on the U.S. Army Garrison, Japan, and the enhancement of bilateral relationship with our host nation. ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE REGISTERED IN VMIS. (www.myarmyonesource.com)
  • Each organization will submit one nominee to be considered for the Outstanding Volunteer of the Year. The nomination will include a cover sheet with the person’s name, organization and telephone number. On a separate page, cite duties and why the nominee should be selected. DA Form 4713 must be attached showing hours volunteered and must be signed by the volunteer’s supervisor. Nominations submitted without DA Form 4713 will not be accepted. The nomination for Volunteer of Year must be turned in no later than 15 March 2011. The nomination can be brought in hard copy form to Yolanda Hingel at Army Community Service (ACS) or sent by email to yolanda.f.hingel.civ@mail.mil. A panel will rate nominees by a point system criterion. The three highest scores will be awarded the Outstanding Volunteer of the Year (1st), Honored Volunteer of the Year (2nd), and Merited Volunteer of the Year (3rd). Points will be given for the length of time the individual has been volunteering, the number of hours volunteered during 2011, the list of volunteer hours provided to other services or agencies, the individual’s impact on the U.S. Army Garrison, Japan, and the enhancement of bilateral relationship with our host nation. ALL VOLUNTEERS MUST BE REGISTERED IN VMIS. (www.myarmyonesource.com)
  • 101 Critical Days of Summer Memorial Day marks the beginning of this campaign and last until Labor Day. This time frame represents the most dangerous and deadliest time of year associated with sports, recreation, and motor vehicles mostly resulting from the use of alcohol. The goal of this campaign is to spread awareness throughout the summer that either while on or off-duty, everyone still needs to focus on safety. Good personal risk management will be encouraged to Soldiers, family members, and civilian employees throughout the community. Events that will take place during the campaign are National Sobriety Checkpoint week, Designated Drivers at the community club with wrist bands as in the photos…..
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    • 1. United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange 29 May 2012Our mission is to provide standardized, effective & efficient services,facilities and infrastructure to Soldiers, Families and Civilians for anArmy and Nation engaged in persistent conflict. 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 Camp Zama Community InformationExchange (CIE) is to allow the organizations on Camp Zama to discussservices and support provided for the Community. UNCLASSIFIED
    • 4. United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Admin Notes1. Scheduled CIE Dates: 14-Aug "Happy Back To School”•Submit issues, questions or concerns prior to CIE to allowGarrison Agencies an opportunity to research and respond8.2-3 Slides Max – Font ARIAL – Minimum Pitch 18 - StandardTemplate – Submissions will be returned for correction UNCLASSIFIED
    • 5. 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• USO • FRGs• BOSS • Mayors• Chaplain• 78th SIG UNCLASSIFIED
    • 6. 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
    • 7. DPW Family Housing Area, CZRoad & Utilities work: 14 MAY ~ 30 JUN 2012 Sidewalk work on Ishinomaki Ave (1/2 road closure) Half Road Closure MacArthur Drive (days only) Narrow Road (drainage work)
    • 8. DPW FMWR Temp Car Wash & Parking 9 May~ 15 Jun 2012 (relocation from Auto Hobby) North 4 Ave th “D” Street This Site Oil Water Separator CommunityTemp Auto Car Wash Club Post Office Vacuum Temp Pressure Xchange Furniture Store Wash Ishinomaki Ave Post Office
    • 9. DPW Construct Bank Storage 1 Jun 2012 ~ 28 Feb 2013 (near Mail Distribution Bldg) Mail Roo Sendai Street Supply C m This Site enter B ank Mail Distribution ClubConstruction 5 parking fence spaces closed Community Bank BLDG S387 (Site of New Building)
    • 10. DPWRoad Work, Bowman Road, Camp Zama (29 May ~ 27Jul 2012) Half-way Traffic, except 9 days of Full Road Closure (13-15, 18-19 Jun & 23-26 Jul)
    • 11. DPW Construct FMWR Freezer / Storage 4 Jun 12 ~ 28 Feb 13 (Full Road Closure)2nd Ave closed Affected Bowling Supply C Center Area Bowling enter B ank Center Club Community Bank 10 parking spaces closed 5 will open in Mar 2013 5 will be replaced in 2015 BLDG S387 (Site of New Building)
    • 12. DPWConstruct New Mail Room 1 Jun 12 ~ Feb 13 (Behind Post Office)Post Office Ishinomaki Ave New Furniture Store Post Mail Office Club Room ng erm Parki Long T Area* *13 Long Term Parking spaces will be closed
    • 13. DPW Community Activity Center parking, CZ 1 JUN 12 ~ 30 SEP 12New parking open on Sep 12
    • 14. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE Prevention & Education The Habits of A 24/7 Dad™24/7 Dad™ is the most comprehensive fatherhood program available withinnovative tools, strategies, and exercises for fathers of all races, religions,cultures, and backgrounds! Developed by fathering and parenting experts, itfocuses on the characteristics men need to be good fathers 24 hours a day, 7days a week. When: 09 June 2012 Time: 0900 – 1500 hrs Where: ACS, Bldg 402 POC: Barbara A. Hopkins, 263-4853 Pre-registration required NLT 01 June 2012
    • 15. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICEFirst Sergeant Spouses Seminar To provide future or current First Sergeant spouses with the information and skills they will need to take on the role of an informed, involved, productive, and proactive member of the Command Team. 22 June 0830 - 1600 CZCC Right Wing Ballroom POC: Barbara A. Hopkins, 263-4853 barbara.a.hopkins29.civ@mail.mil
    • 16. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE Prevention & Education JuneInterpersonal Skills Lunchtime Series 1130 - 1300June 5: Managing AngerJune 12: Managing StressJune 19: Conflict ResolutionJune 26: Being Assertive (Bldg 402, ACS Conference Room) POC: Barbara A. Hopkins, 263-4853
    • 17. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE FAMILY ADVOCACY PROGRAM SINGLE PARENT FAMILY GAME DAY June 16 - Saturday 1300-1600 ACS, Building 402A Day of Fun and Games for all Single Parent Families (Military,Civilian and Deployed Sponsor). Call 263-4782 for information.
    • 18. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICEPrevention & Education July & August 5 Love Languages Lunchtime Series 1130 - 1300 July 10: Learning to Speak Love July 17: Words of Affirmation July 24: Quality Time July 31: Receiving Gifts Aug 7: Acts of Service Aug 14: Physical Touch Aug 21: Growing in Love (Bldg 402, ACS Conference Room) POC: Barbara A. Hopkins, 263-4853
    • 19. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE Summer 2012 FRG Training ScheduleFamily Readiness Support Assistant (FRSA) Wednesday, 30 May, 0900-1300Operation R.E.A.D.Y RESET Training Wednesday, 27 June, 0900-1300Operation R.E.A.D.Y Rear Detachment Commander Tuesday, 13 July, 0900-1300Operation R.E.A.D.Y FRG Training Tuesday, 31 July, 0900-1300Operation R.E.A.D.Y FRG Training Wednesday, 29 August, 0900-1300Note: All scheduled training will be conducted at ACS Bldg. 402. Please contact Gary R. Woods for registration or to schedule additional training sessions @ 263-8089 or gary.r.woods.civ@mail.mil
    • 20. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE ACS BIRTHDAY Please come and celebrate the Army Community Service 47th birthday!! Thursday, 26 July 1200-1530 ACS Rear Parking Lot Between PX Extra and ACS Free hot dogs, chips, punch and of course ACS Birthday Cake !!!!! For more information, please contact us at DSN: 263-4357
    • 21. DFMWR RECREATION DIVISION Community Activity Center/Special EventsEVENT: 4th of July CelebrationDATE: 30 JuneTIME: 1500 - 2100 (Fireworks)LOCATION: Dewey ParkEVENT: Bon Odori FestivalDATE: 4 AugustTIME: 1030 - 2130 (Fireworks)LOCATION: Yano FieldEVENT: Bon Dance Lesson ScheduleDATE: 17, 19, 24, 26, 31 July & 2 Aug (Tuesdays &Thursdays)TIME: 1700 - 1930LOCATION: CAC
    • 22. DFMWR RECREATION DIVISIONSports & FitnessEVENT: Commanders Cup DuathalonDATE: 02 JuneTIME: 0800LOCATION: Yano Fitness CenterSports & FitnessEVENT: Commanders Cup 6 person Soccer TourneyDATE: 09 JuneTIME: 0900LOCATION: Yano Field
    • 23. DFMWR RECREATION DIVISIONSports & FitnessEVENT: Commander’s Cup Intramural Softball SeasonDATE: 11 JuneTIME: 1800LOCATION: Rambler FieldSports & FitnessEVENT: Commanders Cup Darts and Billiards TourneyDATE: 14 JulyTIME: 1800LOCATION: Camp Zama Club
    • 24. DFMWR RECREATION DIVISIONSports & FitnessEVENT: Commander’s Cup Home Run DerbyDATE: 25 JulyTIME: 1800LOCATION: Rambler FieldSports & FitnessEVENT: Commanders Cup TriathlonDATE: 28 JulyTIME: 0700LOCATION: Yano Fitness Center
    • 25. Child, Youth & School ServicesAdult Summer Positions (Application Deadline: 1 June)Summer Camp Programs (18 June – 24 Aug) Kindergarten Camp – SHA CDC SAC Camp – 1st through 6th grades MST Camp – 6th through 2012 HS Graduate Youth Sports and Fitness Specialty Camps Strong Beginnings Boot Camp
    • 26. Child, Youth & School Services SHA CDC Kindergarten Sumer Camp June 18 – August 24Children must have completed Kindergarten, School Year 2011-2012Kindergarteners will be bussed from Zama CDC to SHA CDC at 0800 and returnapproximately 1745 Strong Beginnings Boot Camp 27 – 31 August 2012/ 0800-1100 Zama & SHA CDCsOne week intensive “Get ready to Go!” orientation to kindergarten aimed atchildren who will enroll in SY 2012-2013 Arnn Elementary KindergartenProgram.POC SHA: Turkessa Walker, 267-6564 POC Zama: Denise Aguon, 263-4992
    • 27. Child, Youth & School Services School Age Care Summer Camp June 18 – August 24Eligible: 1st through 6 GradesThemed Weeks/Field TripsAdventure for a Day - $30.00 per day Field TripsZama CDC pick up/drop off Tokyo Disney Land Fuji-Q-Highland Summerland Ueno Zoo Museum of Nature and Science Enoshima Aquarium   Tokyo Disney Sea ……….and much more   POC Roberto Medina, 267-6013
    • 28. Child, Youth & School Services School Age Care Summer Camp SAC Specialty Camps Arnn Elementary Summer Enrichment June 25 – July 20 Strut & Linux 0900-1200July 9-13 212, 1300 – 1600 $60.00 Schedule: 0850 – Depart SAC Rocket Technology 1200 – Depart ARNN August 6-10, 2012 1200 –1230 – Lunch $60   POC Roberto Medina, 267-6013
    • 29. Child, Youth & School Services Middle School/Teen Summer Camp June 18 – August 24Eligible: 6th Grades – 2012 HS GraduateBus Schedule (Mondays~ Saturdays)Atsugi Cinema 77Pick up: 1330Depart YC: 1900SHA Narita Bus StopPick up: 1330 Field TripsDepart YC: 1900 Universal Studios Izu Beach Summer Land Tokyo Disney Sea Mt. Fuji Overnight Rafting Hakone Yunessun Spa Yokosuka Marina POC Adam Johnson, 263-4500 Mikura Island Trip ……………and much more
    • 30.   Child, Youth & School Services Youth Sports and Fitness Summer Activities Summer League Basketball June 30 – July 29 Adventure Week – Happy Trails Ages: 13-18 years July 9-13 Cost: $40 Ages 8-18 Summer Soccer Cost $40 June 30 – July 29 Ages: 5-14 years Cost: $40 Summer In-Line Hockey & Floor Hockey June 30 – July 29 Ages: Coed 7 - 15 Cost: $65 British Football Academy July 16-20 5-8 years - 1400-1600 8-18 years - 1700-2000 Cost: $90 POC Robert Santana, 263-4066
    • 31. SCHOOL LlAISON OFFICER School Year 2012 – 20131st-12th Grades 1st Day of School August 27Kindergarten 1st Day of School September 10Preschool Services for Children with DisabilitiesPSCD 1st Day of School September 10Kindergarten Prep for E-4 and BelowSure Start 1st Day of School September 17 Registration is on-going throughout the summer Hours are : 0800 – 1500 Mon-Fri Lunch Hour 1200-1300Arnn Elementary School 263-3241Zama Middle School 263-4040Zama American High School 263-3181
    • 32. SCHOOL LlAISON OFFICERSUMMER STUDY STRONG August Mon-Wed-Fri Camp Zama Youth Center 0900-1200
    • 33. ARNN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL May-June Happenings• 30 May- Field Day• 1 June- 2nd Grade Study Trip to Enoshima Aquarium• 1 June-End of Year Celebration/Retirements-Mary Ann Cain & Gwendolyn Reid• 3 June-PTO Members needed to work at the Zama Bazaar• 5 June-5th Grade Walking Study trip to Kanagawa Natural History Museum• 5 June-Faculty Mtg.• 8 June-Field Day Rain Date• 12 June-5th Grade Play (Tentative)• 13 June-PK-2 Shining Knight Awards Ceremony-8:30-9:00• 13 June-3-6 Shining Knight Awards Ceremony-1:45-2:15• 14 June-Final Awards Ceremony 9:30-11:30• 14 June Last Day of school for Students Dismissal @ 11:30• 15 June Last Day for Teachers
    • 34. Zama High School May and June Events30th: Library Center-All books must be returned31st: First Day of Senior Exams 2:30PM Life After High School/College & Career meeting in Cafeteria Yearbooks- Distributed1st: Second Day of Senior Exams 6PM Senior Dinner @ NAF Atsugi Club Trilogy2-5th: Continued Senior Exams6th: Senior Make-up Exams and Checkout7th: NO SCHOOL- Seniors only8th: 10AM-NOON/Senior- Graduation PRACTICE @ Theater Workshop
    • 35. Zama High School May and June Events9th: 10AM Graduation @ Theater Workshop11-14th: Final Exams Conducted- ALL Students 1PM- 2:30PM/ MAKE-UP Exams, by appointment with teacher14th: Locker Clean out-Final Day15th: NO SCHOOL/Teacher WorkdayFor additional information on school events and times please visitour school website: http://zama.pac.dodea.edu/
    • 36. ASAPARMY SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM 101 Days of Summer May – AugustJoint Community wide Campaign
    • 37. Please Join Us for Our Annual Red Cross Volunteer Recognition & Community Appreciation Celebration Camp Zama Bowling Alley Thursday, June 14th, 2012 5:00 P.M. - 7:00 P.M. Free Food courtesy of Red Cross & Free Bowling courtesy of DFMWRwww.redcross.org DSN 263-3166 Commercial 046-407-3166
    • 38. In Honor of National CPR/AED Awareness Week June 1st – 7th, 2012 Red Cross is introducing CPR/ AED Web-Based Blended Learning at no charge for the month of June. Commit to Volunteer a minimum of 4 hours or Make a Financial donation to our local Volunteer Programand we will register you for a Free web-based blended learning course. Please contact our office for additional details.www.redcross.org DSN 263-3166 Commercial 046-407-3166
    • 39. BOSS Program EVENTS 15 JUNE – Warrior Zone 4th Anniversary 21 JULY – ‘So You Think You’ve Got Talent’ Show RECREATION & LEISURE 02 JUNE – Surfing for Beginners 09 JUNE – Nara Excursion 21-25 JUNE – Trip to OkinawaPOC: SGT Chhan DSN: 263-3399 E-mail: campzamaboss@yahoo.com
    • 40. BOSS Program COMMUNITY SERVICES 03 JUNE (09:00-10:00) – Riverbank Cleanup 09 JUNE – Army Ball Designated Drivers and Decorators 10-11 JUNE (19:00-07:00) – ZHS Grad Night Party 19 JUNE (09:00-11:30 ) Tentative – Seiko Gakuen Orphanage Visit 21 JULY – BOSS Talent Show (set-up, ticket booth, tear-down, etc.) 24 JUNE (09:00-11:30 ) Tentative – Seiko Gakuen Orphanage VisitPOC: SGT Chhan DSN: 263-3399 E-mail: campzamaboss@yahoo.com
    • 41. USAG JAPAN CHAPLAIN’S OFFICE 2012 SonSurf Beach Bash, VBS August 6th – 10th 0830 to 1230NAF Atsugi Elementary School – Transport ProvidedRegistration: Begins June 1st at PX, SHA/Zama CDC, Central Registration & Chapels
    • 42. ASACS ADOLESCENT SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING SERVICE•Prevention and Treatment Services provided for sixth through twelfthgraders.• Individual, group, and family counseling• Adolescents need not be substance involved to benefit from services.• Common reasons for referral: Difficulty adapting to new location, familyconflict/stress, concerns about behavior, poor school performance.• Services are available throughout the summer. CONTACT Jason Kuttner, LPC, CADC III DSN 263-5970 Office at Zama High School
    • 43. CPAC Summer Hire Program 2012Applications will be accepted through COB 8 June 1st Session 25 June - 27 July 2nd Session 16 July – 17 August POC Cindy Allen, 263-3755
    • 44. CPAC Resources Civilian in/outprocessing at CPAC Effective 1 June 2012www.facebook.com/CampZamaCPAC www.USAJOBS.gov
    • 45. USAG Japan Public Affairs Office Working to keep the community informed Official website updates usagj.jp.pac.army.mil • Telephone directory • Welcome guide • Working on Community Calendar Social media sites • https://facebook.com/USAGJ (200+) • vimeo.com/USAGJ • flickr.com/USAGJ (35,000 views) • slideshare.net/usagjapan/presentationsR. Slade Walters, Director of Public Affairs – richard.s.walters@us.army.mil – Phone 046-407-3392 / DSN 263-3392
    • 46. USAG Japan Public Affairs Office Working to keep the community informed Official website updates usagj.jp.pac.army.mil • Telephone directory • Welcome guide • Working on Community Calendar Social media sites • https://facebook.com/USAGJ (200+) • vimeo.com/USAGJ • flickr.com/USAGJ (35,000 views) • slideshare.net/usagjapan/presentationsR. Slade Walters, Director of Public Affairs – richard.s.walters@us.army.mil – Phone 046-407-3392 / DSN 263-3392
    • 47. CENTRAL TEXAS COLLEGE SUMMER CLASSESCentral Texas College is currently enrolling for Term 5 classes! Please contact Ms. Angel Cody, CTC Site Rep for Camp Zama The on-base class at Zama for the Summer is:BMGT 1327- OFFICE MANAGEMENT - Tuesdays & Thursdays 6-9pm CTC is also offering English as a Second Language courses: Upcoming Advanced ESL Class •$75 class fee •Books approximately $30 •6-week course •Certificate of Completion Awarded •Taught by Ms. Leslie Parreco •On-going registration
    • 48. CENTRAL TEXAS COLLEGE SUMMER CLASSESCTC also offers a wide variety of Distance Learning classes: ACCT 2301- PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING ANTH 2351- CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY BIOL 1308- BIOLOGY, NON SCIENCE MAJORS BMGT 1327- PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT BUSI 1301- BUSINESS PRINCIPLES BUSI 2301- BUSINESS LAW CRIJ 2313- CORRECTIONAL SYSTEMS & PRACTICES ECON 2301/2302- PRINCIPLES OF MACRO/MICRO ECONOMICS ENGL 1301/1302- COMPOSITION I & II GOVT 2301/2302- AMERICAN GOVERNMENT I & II SPCH 1321- BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATIONS HIST 1301/1302- US HISTORY I & II HIST 2381- AFRICAN-AMER HISTORY HMSY 1340- HOMELAND SECURITY HRPO 2301- HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT HUMA 1315- FINE ARTS APPRECIATION MATH 1314- COLLEGE ALGEBRA MATH 1332- CONTEMPORARY MATH PHIL 1304- INTRO TO WORLD RELIGIONS PSYC 2301- GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY PSYC 2314- LIFE SPAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT SOCI 1301- INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY SOCI 2301- MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
    • 49. CENTRAL TEXAS COLLEGE CURRENTLY HIRING Central Texas College is currently hiring for a new Site Representative at NAF Atsugi. •30-40 hours a week •$8.50 hourly salary •Flexible work environment •Educational benefits •Opportunity to help students achieve educational goals Requirements: •Must have SOFA driver’s license •Be able to lift 30-40 pounds •SOFA status or SOFA eligible If you know anyone interested in helping military familiesgain their degrees, please have them contact the following: DSN: 263-3546 or email: japan.pfec@ctcd.edu
    • 50. THE EXCHANGE
    • 51. THE EXCHANGE1. 350 Seating2. 3 Wheelchair spaces.
    • 52. THE EXCHANGE
    • 53. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE 2012 MAYORSSagami DepotDan Hew – Primary Towers 1050090-1840-3275 Casey Roberts – Primary (Temporarily Filling Position)Frank Bordenave – Alternate 090-9395-5173080-5671-1389 Mark Long - Alternate (Temporarily Filling Position)Sagamihara Housing Area 080-5381-3307Tanesha M. J. Clark – Primary080-3418-6128POC: Yolanda Hingel 263-8087
    • 54. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE 2012 MAYORSTowers 743 Camp ZamaAlton Daniels – Primary Darren Wade – Primary080 4806 0210 090-2524-1149 Off-Post Monica Battle – Primary 080-5080-0430POC: Yolanda Hingel 263-8087
    • 55. USAGSO- West Pacific Girl ScoutsOvernight Camp Available to all Girls June 29th – July 3rd, 2012 Camp Nagano, Mainland Japan Open to all Girls Grades 2 through 12 Join us as we celebrate our 100th Anniversary and being Forever Green – Our summer resident camp will focus on environmental and outdoor learning activities as we enjoyarchery, soba making, indigo dying, fishing and field trips that will include riding a Swan Ferry Boat, visiting Takashima Castle, seeing a geyser and much more. Cost is $300, camperships available – Cost includestransportation from Yokota AFB, lodging, meals, snacks, all activities and a camp t-shirt. To register for this event please go to www.westpacificgirlscouts.com or call 263-3597 Fun To Learn more about Girl Scouts on Camp Zama e-mail: ZamaGirlScouts@gmail.com
    • 56. Camp Zama Girl Scouts Day Camp at Dewey Park July 9 – July 12, 2012 Camp Zama Day Camp at Dewey ParkOpen to all Girls Grades Kindergarten through 12th Grade Come out and join us for a great time - make new friends,hike, cook over a fire, make s’mores, go on scavenger hunts, learn songs, games, skits and much much more! Cost is $45.00 and financial assistance is available To register for this event please go to www.westpacificgirlscouts.com or call 263-3597 To Learn more about Girl Scouts on Camp Zama e-mail: ZamaGirlScouts@gmail.com Fun
    • 57. Zama Killer Katanas Information• Current Members: 24 Skaters, 3 Coaches• Previous Bouts: Cinco de Mayhem 116-166 (Scary Blossoms)• Upcoming Bout: June 2 @ Tokyo Dome Skate Rink• Recruitment: Non Skating Officials, Skating Ref’s, Team Members• Ongoing search for an indoor practice facility• Contact Zama Killer Katanas: zamakillerkatanas@gmail.com
    • 58. The Next United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Tuesday 14 August 2012 Slide presentations and speakers notes due toYolanda Hingel at yolanda.hingel@us.army.mil by 31 July. UNCLASSIFIED
    • 59. United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange Open Forum UNCLASSIFIED
    • 60. United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange Closing Remarks Garrison Commander UNCLASSIFIED
    • 61. United States Army Garrison Japan END OF BRIEFINSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND “Sustain, Support and Defend” UNCLASSIFIED