USAG Japan's Community Informaion Exchange, Mar. 13


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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 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. (
  • USAG Japan's Community Informaion Exchange, Mar. 13

    1. 1. United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange 13 March 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. 2. United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Agenda:• Opening Remarks• Purpose• Community Program Updates• Open Forum• Closing Remarks UNCLASSIFIED
    3. 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. 4. United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Admin Notes1. Scheduled CIE Dates: 3-Apr-12 29-May-12 "Big Summer Send-Off" Summer Break 14-Aug-12 "Happy Back To School”•Submit issues, questions or concerns prior to CIE to allowGarrison Agencies an opportunity to research and respond9.2-3 Slides Max – Font ARIAL – Minimum Pitch 18 - StandardTemplate – Submissions will be returned for correction UNCLASSIFIED
    5. 5. United States Army Garrison-Japan Community Information Exchange Community Program Updates• DPW • BOSS• PMO • Chaplain• Safety • 78th SIG• Housing • DPTMS• Camp Zama Installation Manager • DOL• DFMWR • DHR• DoDEA (ES, MS) • PAO• DENTAC • IG• MEDDAC-J • Legal• Public Health Command • Community Bank• PAIO (ICE) • Navy Federal Credit Union• Women Infant & Children • EXCHANGE• American Red Cross • DECA• USO • FRGs• Girl Scouts • Mayors• Cub Scouts • Open Forum• Boy Scouts UNCLASSIFIED
    6. 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’s Scout – 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 Roller Girls UNCLASSIFIED
    7. 7. DPW New Notifications• Road Closure, 1st Ave, CZ (1 Mar 2012 ~ Oct 2012) • Widening of Sagamihara City tunnel Road • Gas station traffic circulation remains the same (signs posted) • Access Gas Station from North Side, Crafts shop from South Side2. New entrance, Xchange Gas Station Care Care Center, CZ • Early Mar (entrance on E Street next to mail room)4. ½ Road Closure E-Street, CZ (near Gate 4 (pedestrian gate) • DPW replacing 50-year old water pipe • Delayed by rains (orig completion 8 Mar) • Complete by 7 Apr “Cherry Blossom Run” if weather allows 5. Road and Parking Closure, “H” Street, South Camp Zama (CZ) • 31 Mar complete, weather permitting
    8. 8. DPW DETOUR (MAR 2012 ~ OCT 2013)ROAD BLOCKED道路閉鎖 Craft Shop Gas Car Care Bowling Center Club UNCLASSIFIED
    9. 9. DPW New Care Care Entrance (early Mar 12 ~ Oct 13) Caution: MERGING TRAFFIC New Car Care Entrance E Street Mail Room1st Ave Gas Pump Car Care Canopy Center Enter UNCLASSIFIED
    10. 10. DPW E Street Water Pipe Replacement, CZWhere: Near Gate 4When: 17 Feb ~ 6 Apr (7 days/week) (dependent on weather)What: ½ Road closure Emergency Water Line Repair.Why: Water line to golf club was losing flowNote: stop light provided UNCLASSIFIED
    11. 11. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE Volunteer Recognition Ceremony 17 April 1130-1300 Camp Zama Community Club Volunteer Of The Year Nominations Due 15 MarchPlease have your Volunteers Registered in VMIS POC: Yolanda Hingel 263-8087
    12. 12. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICE MAYOR ELECTIONSSagami Depot Commissary26 March 1700-1900Towers 1050 – Lobby27 March 1700-1900Camp Zama Community Club28 March 1700-1900Sagamihara Commissary29 March 1700-1900Towers 743 – Lobby30 March 1700-1900POC: Yolanda Hingel 263-8087 Email
    13. 13. ARMY COMMUNITY SERVICEMilitary Spouse Appreciation Luncheon 8 May 1130-1300 Camp Zama Community Club Please RSVP by 30 April POC: Yolanda Hingel 263-8087
    14. 14. CHILD, YOUTH & SCHOOL SERVICESAdult Summer Positions (Application Date: 30 JAN – Until Filled) Month of the Military Child EventsParent Education ClassesFine Arts Show (Thurs, 5 April, 1500- 1900, CZCC)Cherry Blossom 3K Fun Run/Walk (Saturday, 7 April, 0830-1100, Yano Gym)Easter Egg Hunt (Sun, 8 April, 1400-1600, SHA Community Field)
    15. 15. CHILD, YOUTH & SCHOOL SERVICES4-H County Fair (Sunday, 13 April, 1000-1600, SHA Community Field)Family Olympics (Saturday, 14 April, 0900-1200, SHA Community Field)Youth Volunteer Recognition Ceremony (Tuesday, 17 April, 1800-200 CZCC)Evening with SKIES (Thursday, 19 April, 1800-2000, CAC)Spring Baseball Opening (Saturday, 21 April 0830, Rambler Field)
    16. 16. CHILD, YOUTH & SCHOOL SERVICES Spring Ball (Friday, 27 April, 1900-2200, CZCC) THEME: Hollywood DRESS: Red Carpet
    17. 17. CHILD, YOUTH & SCHOOL SERVICES Spring Ball
    18. 18. ARNN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MARCH HAPPENINGS• 12-16 March-Terra Nova Testing -Grs. 3-6• 15 March-SAC Mtg. Arnn Library @ 3:00• 15 March-IAC Mtg. Arnn Library @ 4:00• 19 March-Jump Rope for Heart donation envelopes sent home• 19-22 March-Terra Nova Make-Ups• 23 March-No School for Students • School Improvement Workshops- Parents invited to Join @ 1:00 for selected professional development workshops • Additional information will be sent via email.• 26 March-Soroban Contest @ Sagamihara Shimin Kaikan• 2-6 April-Jump Rope for Heart Event, supported by Arnn PTO @ Arnn ES
    19. 19. ARNN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL JUMP ROPE FOR HEART EVENTJump Rope for Heart is an event that raises awareness and money for the American Heart Association. Arnn students will be jumping rope for donations.If you would like to help out during the week of 2 April – 5 April, please contact the school at DSN 267-6602 We would love to see you there!
    20. 20. ZAMA MIDDLE SCHOOL Terra Nova Testing 12-16 March Terra Nova make-up 19-30 MarchTeacher work day - No school for students 06-April Spring Break 09-13 April Registration for SY 12/13 20 April 3rd Qtr Awards Ceremony @ 0735 25 April
    21. 21. ICE Comments Clarification Child, Youth & School Services- Issue: Signing In/Out of the Parent Central Services’ office.- Response: It is imperative that all of our patrons sign into the building for safety purposes and to ensure that we are providing quality Customer Service in a timely manner.- Issue: Rescheduling make-up Music Classes with the instructors instead of the SKIES program Director.- Response: Patron was informed that all make-up music classes can be scheduled directly with the instructor. This procedure will be emphasized when patron register for future classes.- Issue: Sign not posted for Training Holiday Closure.- Response: Reminders will be posted in advance for all future Training Holiday Closures.
    22. 22. ICE Comments Clarification Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC)- Issue: Customer service- Responses: - In-coming phone calls and e-mails will be acknowledged and regular follow-up will occur until action is complete - Out of Office and/or answering machines will be activated to receive in-coming inquiries with reference to appropriate POC during employee’s absence - Emphasize acceptable customer service behaviors and attitudes - Encourage positive customer service behaviors and attitudes
    23. 23. CIVILIAN PERSONNEL ADVISORY CENTER Hours of Operation: Location: Mon, Tues, Wed & Fri Building 102 G-Wing 0800-1200 and 1300-1630 Thurs Phone number: 0800-1300 closed for training DSN: 263-3755 Open from 1300-1630 Comm: 046-407-3755For those unfamiliar with the Civilian Personnel Advisory Center – or CPAC – weprovide information and management advisory services to commanders, managers/supervisors, employees, and prospective employees concerning hiring,entitlements, training, and managing relationships between employees andsupervisors. We provide these services for the Department of Army civilian and NAFworkforces. Please come by and see us with any questions or concerns regarding your employment. We look forward to working with all of you!
    24. 24. CIVILIAN PERSONNEL ADVISORY CENTEROpen Positions – Non- Appropriated FundChild and Youth Program Assistant - Close: 30 JuneLead Child and Youth Program Assistant - Close: 30 JuneSummer Child and Youth Program Assistant - Close: 1 JuneFood Service Worker - Close: 30 JuneRecreation Assistant (Lifeguard)- Close: 13 AugustOpen Positions –Appropriated FundCIVIL ENGINEER - Close: 19 MarchSUPV LOGISTICS MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST - Close: 19 MarchWhere to apply:
    25. 25. AMERICAN RED CROSS Preparedness TrainingFirst Aid, CPR, AED Training Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room Sat – March 10, 2012 8:00 – 17:00 HoursCPR & AED Training Only Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room Thur – April 5, 2012 16:30 – 21:30 Hours
    26. 26. AMERICAN RED CROSS Preparedness TrainingBabysitter’s Training NAF Atsugi Red Cross Training Room Fri – March 23, 2012 09:00 – 15:00 Hours First Aid, CPR, AED Instructor Course Camp Zama Religious Education Center Friday & Saturday – April 27-28, 2012
    27. 27. AMERICAN RED CROSS March is Red Cross MonthMarch is Red Cross Month, first proclaimed in 1943 by PresidentFranklin D. Roosevelt. Since that time, every president, includingPresident Obama, has designated March as Red Cross Month. TheAmerican Red Cross is synonymous with helping people, and hasbeen doing so for more than 130 years. *Responding to nearly 200 neighborhood emergencies everyday. *More than 9 million a year receive Red Cross training in First Aid, water safety, and other skills that help save lives. *Provided 386,000 emergency communications serves to over 137,000 military members and their families. *More than half a million people a year proudly call themselves Red Cross Volunteers.
    28. 28. GARRISON CHAPLAIN Lent Services and Programs• Every Friday: Stations of the Cross & Soup Supper, 5 p.m., Zama Chapel• 21 March: Penance Service, 5 p.m., Music Theater and Workshop (MTW)• 30 March: Kamakura Spiritual Orientation Tour, 7:30 a.m., meet at Zama Chapel For reservation, contact the Garrison Chaplain’s Office, at 263-4898• 5 April: Holy Thursday Mass, 5 p.m., MTW• 6 April: Good Friday Liturgy, 5 p.m., MTW• 7 April: Easter Vigil, 8 p.m., MTW
    29. 29. GARRISON CHAPLAIN Easter Services• 1 April: Catholic & Protestant, Palm Sunday Services, 9 a.m. & 11 a.m., MTW•• 8 April: Sunrise Service & Breakfast Buffet, 6 a.m., at Camp Zama Golf Course. For breakfast buffet tickets, contact the Garrison Chaplain’s Office, at 263-4898. > Catholic Mass, 9 a.m., MTW > Protestant Service, 11 a.m., MTW > Gospel Service, 11 a.m., SHA Chapel
    30. 30. USAG Japan Public Affairs Office Working to keep the community informed Official website updates • Telephone directory • Welcome guide • Working on Community Calendar Social media sites • (200+) • • (35,000 views) • Slade Walters, Director of Public Affairs – – Phone 046-407-3392 / DSN 263-3392
    31. 31. COMMUNITY BANK New ATM and Debit Cards Introducing new Chip CardEuropay, MasterCard and Visa chip
    32. 32. Zama Killer Katanas Roller Derby Organization• Upcoming Bouts April 1 @ Ikego Bubble Gym May 12 @ Camp Zama• Contact Info• Facebook Us Zama Killer Katanas and “Like” us while you’re there!
    33. 33. The Next United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Tuesday 3 April 2012 Slide presentations and speakers notes due toYolanda Hingel at by 20 March UNCLASSIFIED
    34. 34. United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange Open Forum UNCLASSIFIED
    35. 35. United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange Closing Remarks Garrison Commander UNCLASSIFIED
    36. 36. United States Army Garrison Japan END OF BRIEFINSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND “Sustain, Support and Defend” UNCLASSIFIED
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