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  • CIE Slides Oct. 9, 2012

    1. 1. United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange 9 October 2012 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 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. UNCLASSIFIED
    4. 4. United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Admin Notes1. Remaining 2012 CIE Dates: 6 November 4 December2.Submit issues, questions or concerns 2 weeks prior to CIE toallow Garrison Agencies an opportunity to research andrespond.3.2-3 Slides Max – Font ARIAL – Minimum Pitch 18. Submitslides 2 weeks prior to CIE for Garrison review. Submissionswill be returned to agencies for corrections. UNCLASSIFIED
    5. 5. United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange 2013 CIE Dates15 January 27 August "Happy Back To School”12 February No September12 March 8 October9 April 19 November28 May “Summer Send Off” 10 DecemberNo June CIE - No July CIE UNCLASSIFIED
    6. 6. United States Army Garrison-Japan Community Information Exchange Community Program Updates• DPW• Housing • DES• PMO • DPTMS• Safety • DOL• Camp Zama Installation Manager • DHR (ASAP, CPAC)• DFMWR • PAO• BOSS • IG• DoDEA (ES, MS, HS) • Legal• DENTAC • Community Bank• MEDDAC-J • Navy Federal Credit Union• Public Health Command • Central Texas College• PAIO (ICE) • EXCHANGE• Women Infant & Children • DECA• American Red Cross • FRGs• USO • Mayors• Chaplain• 78th SIG UNCLASSIFIED
    7. 7. OctoberTrick or Treat
    8. 8. DPW Grandstand & Announcer Booth, CZ 13 Nov 2012 ~ 30 Mar 2013 High Rise GymNew Grandstand& Announcer Booth ield ho ol F c hS Hig Impact: • Construction will start right after football season (13 Nov)
    9. 9. DPW Golf Net Extension, Long Drive CZ (1 Jul 2012 ~ 29 Mar 2013)Half Road Closures on Coomer Drive (working hours only) Traffic signal men will be posted. Area-A 1 Jul ~ 15 Oct 2012 L = 110m (360’) H = 20m (66’) Area-B 1 Oct ~ 10 Dec 2012 L = 91m (299’), H = 40m (131’) Area C 10 Dec 2012 ~ 30 Mar 2013 L = 220m (720’) H = 40m (131’) UNCLASSIFIED
    10. 10. DPWRoadwork near Yano Fitness Cen, CZ 15 Oct 2012 ~ 26 Oct 2012 Sidewalk Tomodachi Av e Duration: Oct 15 ~ Oct 26, 2012 Impacts: • Designated sidewalk area will be closed during the repair work.
    11. 11. DPWRoadwork near Yano Fitness Cen , CZ 29 Oct 2012 ~ 14 Nov 2012 Repave Tomodachi Ave Duration: Oct 29 ~ Nov 14, 2012 Impacts: • Half Road closures during working hours at Tomodachi Avenue. • Full road closure 1 day (10 Nov), subject to change. • Flagmen will be posted
    12. 12. DPWRoadwork near Yano Fitness Cen, CZ 15 Nov 2012 ~ 21 Dec 2012 Repave Headquarters (HQ) Road Impacts: • Half Road closures on HQ Road (working hours). • One-way traffic on HQ Road from 28 – 30 Nov and from 5 – 7 Dec (6 days). • Vehicle inspection area access & exit will move temporarily from 27 Nov – 6 Dec. • Flagmen will be posted. • Updates will be issued if dates change.
    13. 13. INTERMITTENT COOLING STARTING DATE• In order to conserve energy and comply with Command Policy #200, USAG-J Energy and Water Conservation Policy, an intermittent cooling period is implemented prior to transitioning into heating season effective 9 October 2012. This initiative will be implemented for at least two (2) weeks until 22 October 2012 depending on weather and temperature.
    14. 14. INTERMITTENT COOLING STARTING DATE• Intermittent cooling (air conditioning service) will continue throughout USAG-J as long as outside heat index is 76 degrees Fahrenheit during day for 5 days.• During evening hours cooling will continue if temperature is at or above 74 degrees Fahrenheit. Cooling will be discontinued when temperatures fall below above described criteria (4th week October 2012).
    15. 15. INTERMITTENT COOLING STARTING DATE• Daily temperature will be monitored hourly to effectively implement this energy conservation initiative.• The only facilities that will continue to have cooling during this period will be: The Exchange, Camp Zama Community Club, FMWR CDCs, MEDDAC, and DODEA Schools.
    16. 16. USAG-J Fall  Clean Up 2012 Dates: 19 ~ 23 Nov 2012 USAG-J Military Units1) Leaves should be bagged using clear bags (available at buildings shown below).2) Do not mix leaves, rocks, paper, wood, sticks together because the leaves are sold by contract which offset the cost to USAG-J.3) Place all collections on the side of the road and DPW will pick up.4) Check out only equipment you need for the day and return by 16:00 each day. Camp Zama (CZ) : Equipment Pickup: Building 645 (DPW Heavy Equipment Shop) Hours of Operation: 08:30 ~ 0930 (Mon ~ Fri) POC: Roland Gonzales (263-8142) Sagami General Depot (SGD): Equipment Pickup: Building 161-1 Hours of Operation: 08:00 Mon ~ Fri POC: Mr. Suganuma (268-4042) Always wear safety equipment
    17. 17. USAG-J Fall Clean Up 2012   Dates: Any time For Housing Occupants:1) Leaves should be bagged using clear bags (available where equipment is picked up).2) Do not mix leaves, rocks, paper, wood, sticks together because the leaves are sold by contract which offset the cost to the Army.3) Place all collections on the side of the road and DPW will pick up.4) Return equipment by 16:00 each day. Always wear safety equipment PWO-BG-263-8142 / roland.gonzales.civ@mail.mil UNCLASSIFIED October 12, 2012
    18. 18. USAG-J Fall Clean Up 2012   Dates: Any time For Housing Occupants: Camp Zama Equipment pick up: Building S-694 (Self Help Store) Hours of Operation: 08:00 ~ 12:00 / 13:00 ~ 17:00 Days: Wed ~ Sun Phone: 263-4639 Sagamihara Family Housing Area Equipment pick up: Building 150 Hours of Operation: 08:00 ~ 12:00 & 13:00 ~ 17:00 Days: Thu ~ Mon Phone: 267-6675 Always wear safety equipment Sagami General Depot Equipment pick up: Building 135-S4 Hours of Operation: 08:00 ~ 12:00 & 13:00 ~ 17:00 Days: Sat ~ Wed Phone: 268-4512PWO-BG-263-8142 / roland.gonzales.civ@mail.mil UNCLASSIFIED October 12, 2012
    19. 19. HOUSING MANAGEMENT DIVISION SYNCHRONIZATION MEETING Sagamihara Family Housing Move Synchronization MeetingOn 26 Sep, briefing provided at Town hall meeting atExchange Theater in SFHA to 35 affected Familiesto explain impending moves from 400/600 block tonewly completed housing area.
    20. 20. HOUSING MANAGEMENT DIVISION SYNCHRONIZATION MEETINGFeedback from Town Hall meeting Occupants1.Positivesa.More than 95% Ph2B Occupants were in attendanceb.Occupants liked the idea of, having some housing location options, and the possibility of residing near old neighbors againc. Happy about; being allowed to move/replant flowers and plants from their old to their new quarters, no pre-move inspection, minimal cleaning required for final inspectiond. Most quarters will have new furniture provided before move in
    21. 21. HOUSING MANAGEMENT DIVISION SYNCHRONIZATION MEETING2. Negativesa.Some occupants had internet service other than Allied Telesis,they wish to maintain contract with existing internet provider (statingfaster service and lower price)b.A question was asked about the number of days off from work(moving days) that are authorized for this type of move. Responsefrom Civ Personnel did not give a specific amount of time, this appearsto have some supervisor discretion involvedc.Lack of adequate storage in new houses or other houses wherethey may be residing
    22. 22. HOUSING MANAGEMENT DIVISION SYNCHRONIZATION MEETINGNOTE:MWR has begun the process of purchasing additional storage PODS.19 sheds for SHA and 20 Sheds at CZ, it will take 6 months to completeprocess.Also, MWR is asking its customers to limit the number of storage shedsthat each one occupies, those with more than one shed rental will beasked to vacate the additional sheds to make them available for equitabledistribution.Additionally HMD is exploring avenues to acquire exterior storage sheds.
    23. 23. SAFETY OFFICE
    24. 24. DFMWR SHA Club ActivitiesPacific Rim Dining RoomNOW OPEN THURSDAY 1630hrs“Family” Halloween Costume and Dance Contest 267-6097 Oct 28 (1200-1400) Blue Moon Bar Singles Speed Dating 263-6097 Oct 22 Blue Moon Halloween Party, Games, Costume Party 267-6097 Oct 26 (2000)
    25. 25. DFMWR CZCC Club ActivitiesGridiron Challenge Every Thursday 1700-1900hrs,“Boss’s Appreciation Luncheon” 263-4547 Oct 16 1100-1300hrs,Community Night “Game Night” $3 Advance, $5 Door Oct 19 1630-1830“Comedy Showcase” featuring: A.G. White, Corey Miller and Trexx” Oct 18 1800-2000hrs, ADULT ONLY $15 adv, $20 doorSeafood Night $45 263-4547 Oct 27 1700-2000-CZCCHalloween & Costume Party Contest, Prizes & DJ. 263-4547 Oct 27 2100-0200-CZCC,
    26. 26. DFMWR CZCC Club Activities November & DecemberWinter Luau - Open to all Nov 3 1700-2000hrsVeteran’s Day Golf Tournament Nov 12 0930hrsThanksgiving Buffet Nov 22 1030-1500hrs Christmas Around the World Dec. 7 1700-2000hrs
    27. 27. DFMWR BowlingFamily Time Bowling Wednesdays at Sagami Lounge 1630-1900 hrsBowling-After School Clinic ($10 Includes games, shoes and lessons) Oct 10 & 24 Wednesdays 1600-1700hrs Nov 7 & 21 Wednesdays 1600-1700hrsHalloween Hawaiian “Kanikapila” (Gathering) Bowling Party Includes: unlimited bowling, snacks, Hawaiian Music, face painting and costume Oct 27 1900-2200Holiday Bowling $1 Game/$1 Shoe Rental Nov 12 & 22 1100-2000hrsDragon Bowling Toddlers Ages 2-5 ($10 goodie bag; 2 games with shoe rental) Nov. 24 1200-1300hrsBowling Doubles Shoot Out - Open to All Nov 25 For more details call 263-4780
    28. 28. DFMWR RECREATION DIVISIONOutdoor RecreationEVENT: Kawagoe FestivalDATE: 20 October 2012TIME: 1130-2130LOCATION: JED Parking Lot Sports & Fitness EVENT: SHA Loop Run DATE: 27 October 2012 TIME: 0900EVENT: Tokyo by Day LOCATION: SHA Sky Tree SpecialDATE: 28 October 2012TIME: 0800-1800LOCATION: JED Parking Lot
    29. 29. Program Events RECREATION AND LEISURE• Oktoberfest in Odaiba Saturday October 13 1400-2200hrs• Fun Dive For Beginner at Nebukawa Saturday October 20 0700-1700hrs COMMUNITY SERVICES•Sagami River Clean-up 28 October 2012 10:00hrs•Spooktacular: Saturday October 27 October 2012 1830-2000hrs• Seiko Gakuen Orphanage Visit 0900-1130hrs campzamaboss@yahoo.com DSN: 263-3399 Cell: 080-5916-1913
    30. 30. DFMWRDomestic Violence Awareness Month Strike Out Domestic Violence 11 October Camp Zama Bowling Alley 1500-1700 Join us for fun and food
    31. 31. DFMWR Army Family Action Plan (AFAP) Conference 20 December 2012Issue forms can be found throughout the communityat ACS (Bldg. 402), Zama Mail Room, Camp ZamaCommunity Club, The Exchange, Zama Golf Course,Yano Fitness Center, and SHA Commissary. Submit your issues online at www.mwrjapan.jp.pac.army.mil/acs Have a VOICE!Submission deadline is 1 December 2012 Make a CHANGE! AFAP IT! Yolanda Hingel Camp Zama ACS, Bldg. 402 DSN: 263-8087
    32. 32. DFMWR Child, Youth & School Services Volunteer Coaches Needed! Flag Football, Cheerleading and Volleyball for youth ages 5-15.Head Coach Discount - All children/youth are FREE for CAT A and B sportsCAT C First child/Youth is free and subsequent children/youth recieve15%Assistant Coach Discount – 1st child/youth is free in CAT A or B sports onlyand CAT C the 1st child/youth is 25% and subsequent children receive 15% inCAT A ,B or C.CAT A – Cheerleading Flag Football Volleyball Basketball Dodge BallSoccerCAT B - Baseball Softball WrestlingCAT C - Swimming, Golf, In-Line Hockey (Parent must coach the samesport to receive the discount for this category).
    33. 33. DFMWR Child, Youth & School ServicesPOC SHA: Turkessa Walker, 267-6564; POC Zama: Denise Aguon, 263-4992 Youth Center Haunted House Dates: Oct 29-31 Time: 1800-2000 Daily
    34. 34. DFMWR Child, Youth & School Services School Age Care Zama Before/After School Bus Transportation Effective 1 Oct 2012, there is no before schooltransportation provided by CYSS. DoDEA provides school bus transportation from all housing areas.CYSS will provide after school transportation from the SHA School Age Care facility to the Zama Youth Center bus stop.
    35. 35. DFMWR School Liaison Officer Attention Homeschoolers Contact Rashunda Clement, 263-5932Life After High School: College & Career Fair 11 October 2012 High School Cafeteria 1500-1800
    36. 36. Arnn Elementary School Upcoming Events•5 Oct No School for Students-Teacher Training•11 Oct Fire Prevention Day @ Arnn ES•16 Oct Continuous School Improvement Meetings- Parents Welcome•19 Oct PTO Popcorn Friday•22 Oct JDAC VTC•22-24 Oct School Wide Vision/Hearing Screening
    37. 37. Zama American Middle School•19 Oct Seminar release- Students released at 1310•02 Nov Teacher Work Day- No School for students•09 Nov Parent Conferences- No School for students•12 Nov Veteran’s Day- No school for students•14 Nov 1st Quarter Awards Assembly @ 0730•22 Nov Thanksgiving Holiday- No School for students•23 Nov Recess Day- No School for students
    38. 38. Zama High School October 2012• 11 Oct College Fair/Life After High School @ 3PM, in Bldg. 906/Cafeteria•15 Oct 5:30 PM SAC Meeting in Bldg. 911 2nd Floor/JROTC Conference Room•17 Oct 7:30 AM PSAT Administered- TBD 1:00 PM NHS Induction/ZHS Auditorium•18 Oct 6:00 PM Powder Puff Game 7:30 PM Bonfire•19 Oct Seminar Release Day 3:30 PM Homecoming Parade•20 Oct 7:00 PM Homecoming Dance in ZHS Gymnasium•27 Oct ACT Testing, in Bldg. 911, student must arrive at 7:40 AM
    39. 39. Zama High School November 2012•1 Nov End of First Quarter•2 Nov No school/Teacher Workday•3 Nov SAT Testing, Bldg. 911, students must arrive at 7:40 AM•5 Nov Begin of Second Quarter•9 Nov No School/Parent Teacher Conferences•12 Nov No School/Observance of Veterans Day For additional information on upcoming events, please visit our website: http://www.zama-hs.pac.dodea.edu/
    40. 40. MEDDAC-J Civilian Fitness Program What: Lose weight, get fit, decrease stress, feel better, sleep better using up to 3 hours duty time per week for iti!t! physical activity in this command sponsored fitness and tF eet F wellness education program.GG When: Mandatory Prescreening and Fitness Assessment LL s oo e Please attend one of the dates and times below. seWe Wegh ii t The assessment will take approximately one hour. ght 1,2,3,4,5 October 2012 - meet at Yano 0800 Where: Yano Gym Please dress in exercise clothes for the assessment. Why: Reduce sick time, increase productivity, improve morale and promote well being in the civilian workforce. For more info call 263-2004, email: jana.york@us.army.mil
    41. 41. Voice of Customer Clarification Civilian Personnel Advisory Center (CPAC)- Issue: - Federal Employees Health Benefits (FEHB) not transferring and/or dropping - Final Job Offers taking too long - Customer Service- Resolution: - Educate employees on using Employee Benefits Information System (EBIS) and Army Benefits Center-Civilian (ABC-C) - Acquire documents quickly and get sponsor and/or managers involved - Continue to provide customer service and identify trends. Educate our customers on roles and responsibilities.
    42. 42. First Aid, CPR, AED Training Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room Sat – Oct 13, 2012 0800 – 1700 Hours Sat – Nov 17, 2012 0800 – 1700 HoursBabysitter’s Training Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room Fri – Nov 10, 2012 0900 – 1500 Hours www.redcross.org DSN (315) 263-3166 CIV 046-407-3166
    43. 43. Volunteer Opportunites Medical Clinic & Dental Volunteers Medical Volunteers – Licensed Professional (RNs, etc) Administrative Duties Mailroom FREE CHILD CARE Available Up to 25 Hours of Free Hourly care at SHA CDC or Zama CDC www.redcross.org DSN (315) 263-3166 CIV 046-407-3166
    44. 44. Free American Red Cross Apps - First Aid App - Hurricane App - Earthquake App - Shelter View AppDownloadable from your providers App store Coming Soon! - Flood -Tornado www.redcross.org DSN (315) 263-3166 CIV 046-407-3166
    45. 45. Army Substance Abuse Program (ASAP) Unit Prevention Leader (UPL) • 15-19 Oct Religious Ed Ctr Red Ribbon Week • 22 Oct – Tie Red Ribbons and distribute car magnets • 23 Oct – Red Ribbon Art Contest • 26 Oct – Red Ribbon Display, PX Drug Take Back • 19 Nov, 1300-1600, Yano Fitness Center (Safely dispose any expired, unused or unwanted medication)IMNN-HRS/263-8047 (DSN 315) maria.h.jackson.ctr@mail.mil IMJN-HRS/263-5994/ jack.ferguson@us.army.mil UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED 17 September 2012 9 October 12
    46. 46. Community Mayors “The Eyes, Ears & Voice of Your Community”Sagami DepotDan Hew – Primary Towers 1050090-1840-3275 Mark Long - Primary 080-5381-3307Frank Bordenave – Alternate080-5671-1389 Towers 743 Alton Daniels – PrimarySagamihara Housing Area 080 4806 0210Tanesha M. J. Clark – Primary080-3418-6128 Off-Post Monica Battle – PrimaryCamp Zama 080-5080-0430Darren Wade – Primary090-2524-1149 OFFICIAL EMAIL ADDRESS: communitymayors@yahoo.com
    47. 47. The Next United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Tuesday 6 November 2012 Slide presentations and speakers notes due toYolanda Hingel at yolanda.hingel@us.army.mil by 23 October. UNCLASSIFIED
    48. 48. United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange Open Forum UNCLASSIFIED
    49. 49. United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange Closing Remarks Garrison Commander UNCLASSIFIED
    50. 50. United States Army Garrison Japan END OF BRIEFINSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND “Sustain, Support and Defend” UNCLASSIFIED

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