United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange        12 February 2013                UNCLASSIFIED
United States Army Garrison Japan       Community Information Exchange                     Agenda:• Opening Remarks• Purpo...
United States Army Garrison Japan           Community Information Exchange                             Purpose:The purpose...
United States Army Garrison Japan           Community Information Exchange                         Admin Notes1. No late s...
United States Army Garrison Japan          Community Information Exchange                   2013 CIE Dates12 March        ...
United States Army Garrison-Japan           Community Information Exchange                 Community Program Updates•   DP...
DPW                      Assistant Secretary of the Army                           New Energy GuidanceEffective immediatel...
HOUSING MANAGEMENT DIVISION                          2013 MAYORS        Sagami Depot- Dan Hew        Sagamihara Housing Ar...
HOUSING MANAGEMENT DIVISION              Second Town Hall Meeting of Green FIP Project            for all Families in Qtrs...
USAG-J Safety Office                     Driving Classes“Driving in Japan”: Newcomers 4-hour class EVERY Tuesday 0800Bldg ...
DFMWR           Army Community Service13 Mar Volunteer of the Year Nomination Packets Due18 Apr Volunteer Recognition Cere...
DFMWRArmy Community Service  ACS Volunteer Positions   “Child Care Available”Volunteer Program Coordinator   AFTB Program ...
DFMWR             Army Community Service13 Feb Total Army Sponsorship Program       Every 2nd Wednesday, 1400-1530 hrs    ...
DFMWR              Army Community Service          EMERGENCY PLACEMENT                          CARE           "Make a dif...
DFMWR             Army Community Service       Family Readiness Group (FRG) Training13 Feb FRG Training       0900-1300 hr...
DFMWR            Child, Youth & School Services25-28 Feb    Young Americans             Ongoing Registration at PCS with o...
DFMWR                 Business Division14 Feb Valentine’s Gourmet Dinner       1800-2100 hrs @ CZCC01 Mar Payday Scramble ...
DFMWR               Recreation Division02-03 Mar    Tamagawa University Musical “Bye Bye            Birdie”            170...
DFMWR               Recreation Division06 Mar     Intramural Bowling (starts)           Every Wednesday for 10 Weeks      ...
DFMWR             Recreation Division25 Mar   Intramural Volleyball Starts         1800 hrs @ Yano Fitness Center06 Apr   ...
Program                         Events               Recreation and Leisure 27 Feb       Air Boarding              All Day...
Program           Community Outreach        Seiko Gakuen Orphanage Visit   4th Tuesday of each month 0900-1130 hrscampzama...
Arnn Elementary School                     February 201312 Feb         NAEP Testing-4th Grade Only14 Feb         SAC meeti...
DODEA            School Advisory Committee (SAC)Purpose•To foster participation in school affairs•To provide a coordinated...
Zama American Middle School                February-March 201318 Feb      President’s Day-No School for Students.21 Feb   ...
Zama High School                     February 201301 Feb No School/Parent Teacher Conferences-Q206 Feb 3:00PM PTO Board Me...
Zama High School                      March 201308 Mar      No School/Teacher Training: CSI11-15 Mar Terra Nova Testing22 ...
DoDEA SCHOOLS        Introducing……J.O. Arnn Elementary School      Toni JohncourZama American Middle School    Bridgette F...
MEDDAC-J            Natural Running Form Clinic16 Mar – Saturday0800-1000                                                 ...
Adult and Pediatric First Aid / CPR / AED Training      Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room          Sat – Feb 9, 2013 0800 ...
Volunteer Opportunities       Disaster Trainer & Workers        The Camp Zama Red Cross is looking for volunteers willing ...
Emergency Communication Messages           Please be reminded, ANYONE, may initiate a Red Cross                    Emergen...
USA Girl Scouts Overseas                   -West Pacific25 Feb     Bi-lateral Adult Leaders Training  03-05 May USA Girl S...
Religious Support Office                           Lenten SeasonCatholic Events13 Feb Ash Wednesday Mass          Zama Cha...
Zama Community Spouses’ Assoc.     7th Annual Scholarship Basket Auction                “GOING GOING GREEN”            Mon...
Zama Community Spouses’ Assoc.7th Annual Scholarship Basket Auction      We need your help!                               ...
United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange  Closing Remarks  Garrison Commander                UNCLAS...
The Next     United States Army Garrison Japan     Community Information Exchange             Tuesday          12 March 20...
United States Army Garrison Japan              END OF BRIEFINSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND   “Sustain, Support and Defend”...
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  • This is Medical clinic renovation project that will impact parking spaces. Starting February, 38 parking space (marked in light blue) will be closed as contractor establishes in that location in order to prepare for renovation of the Medical/Dental clinics. Additional 78 parking spaces will be closed starting May, when temporary clinic construction starts right on the MEDDAC parking lot. When this happens there will be no parking spaces available in the Clinic parking lot except for 4 handicap parking spaces. The construction will go on until October 2015, so the clinic parking lot won’t be available for about 2 and a half years. However 4 handicap parking spaces will always be throughout the construction period. Alternate parking for customers is available in Camp Zama Community Club and Commissary parking lots.
  • Last year, thanks to your kindness and generosity the evening was a great success! ZaCSA distributed over $17,500 in scholarships to our Camp Zama High School graduating seniors. We need your help to be even more supportive to our graduates this year. Your donations are appreciated and ultimately very rewarding! Your donations to support the Basket Auction can come in many forms. Our Auction theme this year is the Going Going Green but there is no requirement to provide donations in any particular way. We are looking for individual items, gift certificates, free services of a special kind, or have fun and put together a basket with items with a particular theme. For example you might donate a: “ Romantic Basket” with wine, romantic CD & movie, chocolates, and a book. “ Movie Night Basket” with several different movies and snacks. “ Ladies Spa Basket” with eco friendly beauty products, candles or Massage gift certificates. “ Man’s Basket” with environmentally friendly car cleaning items or oil change gift certificate. Certificates for “Babysitting Service” or “Petting Sitting/Walking Service.” These are just a few ideas you can put together to help get your creative juices flowing. Themed baskets are preferred but we welcome any item or donation to benefit our community! To commit to donating a basket, item/service or for more information, please contact me at 080-5962-1363 cell, 773-305-3085 home, or email me at basketauction@zacsa.org. In addition to your support for auction donations, ZaCSA would also love to have you, your spouse and members of your organizations attend the Auction and join in all the festivities. We assure you everyone who attends will have a wonderful evening. Bidding wars are strongly encouraged!! We look forward to your support and seeing you there, please!!!
  • Last year, thanks to your kindness and generosity the evening was a great success! ZaCSA distributed over $17,500 in scholarships to our Camp Zama High School graduating seniors. We need your help to be even more supportive to our graduates this year. Your donations are appreciated and ultimately very rewarding! Your donations to support the Basket Auction can come in many forms. Our Auction theme this year is the Going Going Green but there is no requirement to provide donations in any particular way. We are looking for individual items, gift certificates, free services of a special kind, or have fun and put together a basket with items with a particular theme. For example you might donate a: “ Romantic Basket” with wine, romantic CD & movie, chocolates, and a book. “ Movie Night Basket” with several different movies and snacks. “ Ladies Spa Basket” with eco friendly beauty products, candles or Massage gift certificates. “ Man’s Basket” with environmentally friendly car cleaning items or oil change gift certificate. Certificates for “Babysitting Service” or “Petting Sitting/Walking Service.” These are just a few ideas you can put together to help get your creative juices flowing. Themed baskets are preferred but we welcome any item or donation to benefit our community! To commit to donating a basket, item/service or for more information, please contact me at 080-5962-1363 cell, 773-305-3085 home, or email me at basketauction@zacsa.org. In addition to your support for auction donations, ZaCSA would also love to have you, your spouse and members of your organizations attend the Auction and join in all the festivities. We assure you everyone who attends will have a wonderful evening. Bidding wars are strongly encouraged!! We look forward to your support and seeing you there, please!!!
  • Community Information Exchange Slides Feb. 12 2013

    1. 1. United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange 12 February 2013 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. No late submissions will be accepted unless approved by Garrison Commander. A slide is required.2.Submit issues, questions or concerns 2 weeks prior to CIE to allowGarrison Agencies an opportunity to research and respond. (26 Feb)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. UNCLASSIFIED
    5. 5. United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange 2013 CIE Dates12 March 27 August "Happy Back To School”No April CIE No September CIE28 May “Summer Send Off” 8 OctoberNo June CIE 19 NovemberNo July CIE 10 December UNCLASSIFIED
    6. 6. United States Army Garrison-Japan Community Information Exchange Community Program Updates• DPW• Housing • 78th SIG• PMO / DES • DPTMS• Safety • LRC - Honshu• 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 (S3/5/7) • EXCHANGE• Women Infant & Children • DECA• American Red Cross • FRGs• Girl Scouts • Mayors• USO• Chaplain UNCLASSIFIED
    7. 7. DPW Assistant Secretary of the Army New Energy GuidanceEffective immediately, temperature adjustments to existing AR420-1 Chapter 22,Par (b) are as follows:During heating season, the following temperatures will be provided: NEW TEMPS OLD TEMPS - during working hours: 68°F / 20°C 70~74°F / 21~23°C - during unoccupied times: 55°F / 12°C 50~60°F / 10~18°CDuring cooling season, the following temperatures will be provided: - for occupied working / living spaces: 78°F / 25°C 72~76°F / 22~24°C - during unoccupied times: 85°F / 29°C 80~90°F / 26~32°C UNCLASSIFIED
    8. 8. HOUSING MANAGEMENT DIVISION 2013 MAYORS Sagami Depot- Dan Hew Sagamihara Housing Area- Tanesha Clark Towers 1050- Mark Long Towers 743- Alton Daniels Camp Zama- Tonisha Kennebrew Off Post- Rhianna SantosFor more information, contact the Housing Management Division 263-3441/3527
    9. 9. HOUSING MANAGEMENT DIVISION Second Town Hall Meeting of Green FIP Project for all Families in Qtrs #1064, 1065, 1066, 1067, and 1068 What: Energy Savings (Green FIP) Project When: 1800 hours, Thursday, 31 January 2013 Where: Multipurpose Room, Bldg 1050 (High Rise Family Housing Tower) Why: To explain more details of the project and discuss/arrange schedule How: Housing Occupants, JED (Construction Rep), DPW (Master Planning), and Housing representatives get together Construction Manager, 263-7073 POCs: Project Manager, 263-5448 Family Housing Representative, 263-3527 Housing Facilities Representative, 263-5952For more information, contact the Housing Management Division 263-3441/3527
    10. 10. USAG-J Safety Office Driving Classes“Driving in Japan”: Newcomers 4-hour class EVERY Tuesday 0800Bldg 102, room A108 Safety ClassroomRemedial Drivers Training: For driver offender under revocation orat fault in an accident while driving a government vehicle. QUARTERLYBldg 102, room A108 Safety ClassroomNEW:Motorcycle Basic Rider Course (BRC) and Experienced Rider Courseon Camp Zama--Open for all US ID Card holders (free class)--Must have your own or borrowed motorcycleOther Motorcycle and Drivers Course availableFor all classes contact USAG-J Safety at 263-8379 to inquire or sign-up
    11. 11. DFMWR Army Community Service13 Mar Volunteer of the Year Nomination Packets Due18 Apr Volunteer Recognition Ceremony 1700 hrs @ CZCC Nominees must be registered in VMIS www.myarmyonesource.com Winners will be based on VRC Judging Criteria 263-8087
    12. 12. DFMWRArmy Community Service ACS Volunteer Positions “Child Care Available”Volunteer Program Coordinator AFTB Program Manager AFTB Instructor 263-8087
    13. 13. DFMWR Army Community Service13 Feb Total Army Sponsorship Program Every 2nd Wednesday, 1400-1530 hrs Behavior Health (Bldg 534, Room 210)01 Mar Free Financial Forum 1400-1600 hrs VID Large Classroom (Bldg 125) 263-8091
    14. 14. DFMWR Army Community Service EMERGENCY PLACEMENT CARE "Make a difference in the lives of children"The Emergency Placement Care (EPC) Program is looking for familyoriented people to become a part of a professional team that isworking to keep children and families together.The Emergency Placement Care Program is designed to providechildren with a temporary nurturing home, providing stability andsecurity when Family circumstance warrants a short term change ofenvironment.For more information call 263-HELP(4357) or stop by atACS, Bldg. 402 and speak with the EmergencyPlacement Care Program Manager. 263-4853
    15. 15. DFMWR Army Community Service Family Readiness Group (FRG) Training13 Feb FRG Training 0900-1300 hrs Camp Zama Community Club (Eda’s Dining Room) No cost childcare is authorized for this training event. For registration or to request additional training sessions @ 263-HELP (4357)
    16. 16. DFMWR Child, Youth & School Services25-28 Feb Young Americans Ongoing Registration at PCS with only 100 spaces available. Show is 28 Feb at 1830 hrsOngoing Girl’s Jr. Roller Derby - Ongoing Registration at PCS for Ages 7-17, Practice every Saturday 1300-1400 hrs at the Hockey Rink 263-8086
    17. 17. DFMWR Business Division14 Feb Valentine’s Gourmet Dinner 1800-2100 hrs @ CZCC01 Mar Payday Scramble Golf 1100 hrs @ CZGC2-3 Mar Community Bazaar 0900-1600 hrs @ CZCC31 Mar Easter Brunch 1000-1300 hrs @ CZCC 263-3694
    18. 18. DFMWR Recreation Division02-03 Mar Tamagawa University Musical “Bye Bye Birdie” 1700-1930 hrs @ Community Activity Center02-24 Feb Learn-to-Swim (February session) Every M,W,F / Sat & Sun (time varies) @ Yano Pool18 Mar-14 Apr Yano Pool Shutdown – Annual Maintenance 263-3954
    19. 19. DFMWR Recreation Division06 Mar Intramural Bowling (starts) Every Wednesday for 10 Weeks 1800 hrs @ Zama Bowling Center4-14 Mar Intramural Basketball Championship Tournament 1800 hrs @ Yano Fitness Center 263-3954
    20. 20. DFMWR Recreation Division25 Mar Intramural Volleyball Starts 1800 hrs @ Yano Fitness Center06 Apr Cherry Blossom Run 1000 hrs @ Yano Fitness Center Signup Deadlines: SOFA 22 Mar / All Others 13 Mar21 Apr Half Marathon Road Race 0900 hrs @ Sagami General Depot Signup Deadline: SOFA 08 Mar 263-3954
    21. 21. Program Events Recreation and Leisure 27 Feb Air Boarding All Day in Gunma Mar Overnight Ice Climbing Two Day Trip in Nagano Apr Bungee Jumping All Day in Gunmacampzamaboss@yahoo.com DSN: 263-3399 Cell: 080-4877-2507
    22. 22. Program Community Outreach Seiko Gakuen Orphanage Visit 4th Tuesday of each month 0900-1130 hrscampzamaboss@yahoo.com DSN: 263-3399 Cell: 080-4877-2507
    23. 23. Arnn Elementary School February 201312 Feb NAEP Testing-4th Grade Only14 Feb SAC meeting 1500-160015 Feb PTO Popcorn Friday15 Feb CYS closed for training18 Feb No School-Washington’s Birthday20-22 Feb School Wide Dental Exams21-22 Feb Spring PhotosNote: Terra Nova Testing- Week of March 11th-15th
    24. 24. DODEA School Advisory Committee (SAC)Purpose•To foster participation in school affairs•To provide a coordinated process to address and resolve issues atlowest possible level• To promote communication and problem solving among schooladministrators, military leaders and local advisory committees•SAC Meeting Dates: •Arnn ES: 14 Feb & 9 May, 1500-1600 (Torres Information Center) •Lanham ES: 21 Feb & 18 Apr, 1430-1530 (Conference Room) •Zama MS: 12 Mar & 14 May, 1600-1700 (Information Center) •Zama HS: TBD
    25. 25. Zama American Middle School February-March 201318 Feb President’s Day-No School for Students.21 Feb PTO Board Meeting 1530-163021 Feb PTO General Meeting 1630-173008 Mar Professional Development-No School for Students.12 Mar SAC Meeting 1600-170014 Mar IAC Meeting 1600-170011-15 Mar Terra Nova Testing.18-22 Mar Terra Nova Make-up.
    26. 26. Zama High School February 201301 Feb No School/Parent Teacher Conferences-Q206 Feb 3:00PM PTO Board Meeting in Information Center Bldg. 90618 Feb No School/Observance of President’s DayFor additional information on upcoming sports, events, pleasevisit our website: http://www.zama-hs.pac.dodea.edu/
    27. 27. Zama High School March 201308 Mar No School/Teacher Training: CSI11-15 Mar Terra Nova Testing22 Mar Seminar Release Day, students dismissed at 1PMFor additional information on upcoming sports, events, pleasevisit our website: http://www.zama-hs.pac.dodea.edu/
    28. 28. DoDEA SCHOOLS Introducing……J.O. Arnn Elementary School Toni JohncourZama American Middle School Bridgette ForesythZama American High School Laura Abner
    29. 29. MEDDAC-J Natural Running Form Clinic16 Mar – Saturday0800-1000 It’sBG Crawford Sams Health Clinic Parking Lot FREE !Natural Running is the way the human body was meant to run.Come join us to learn techniques that will help you improveyour running performance and avoid injuriesRegister today !For more info call 263-8195/2004
    30. 30. Adult and Pediatric First Aid / CPR / AED Training Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room Sat – Feb 9, 2013 0800 – 1700 Hours $55 Sat – Mar 16, 2013 0800 – 1700 Hours $55Babysitter’s Training with Pediatric First Aid / CPR Camp Zama Red Cross Training Room Sat – Mar 9, 2013 0900 – 1600 Hours $55 Camp Zama Red Cross DSN 263-3166 / 046-407-3166
    31. 31. Volunteer Opportunities Disaster Trainer & Workers The Camp Zama Red Cross is looking for volunteers willing to help the community prepare for disasters. Specifically we are looking for people eager to take advanced training to support our education programs in the schools and our awareness campaigns in the community. We also need a large number of volunteers to support the earthquake exercise in July. FREE CHILD CARE Available Up to 25 Hours of Free Hourly care at SHA CDC or Zama CDC Camp Zama Red Cross DSN 263-3166 / 046-407-3166
    32. 32. Emergency Communication Messages Please be reminded, ANYONE, may initiate a Red Cross Emergency Communication Message. Information needed to start a message: - Sponsor’s Full Name - Branch of Service - Rank - Social Security Number OR Date of Birth - Complete Military Address - (Unit & LPOC Number) 24 Hours-a-Day, 7 Days-a-week 1-877-272-7337 Camp Zama Red Cross DSN 263-3166 / 046-407-3166
    33. 33. USA Girl Scouts Overseas -West Pacific25 Feb Bi-lateral Adult Leaders Training  03-05 May USA Girl Scouts Overseas-WP, Adult LearningConference, Dragon Hill Lodge, Seoul S. Korea   More info: westpacificdmmj@gmail.com 
    34. 34. Religious Support Office Lenten SeasonCatholic Events13 Feb Ash Wednesday Mass   Zama Chapel Main Sanctuary   5 p.m.15 Feb-22 Mar Stations of the Cross    Zama Chapel Main Sanctuary    5 p.m. (Every Friday)Protestant Events13 Feb-27 Mar Spiritual Discipline Study (Soup and Bread Meal)    Zama Chapel Fellowship Room     6 p.m. (Every Wednesday) Please call 263-4898, to sign up for the soup and bread meal.
    35. 35. Zama Community Spouses’ Assoc. 7th Annual Scholarship Basket Auction “GOING GOING GREEN” Monies raised go to scholarships for Zama High School Seniors! Date: March 16, 2013 Time: 6pm to 11pm Place: Zama Community Club Live & Silent Auction Green/Recycled Dress Or Casual Attire Bountiful Hors d’oeuvres Buffet Cash Bar ♣ Theme Drinks Open to all SOFA Status Personnel Event Tickets ($10) MUST be purchased in Advance fromEast Meets West or PX Tuesdays (1100-1330) & Thursdays (1600-1830) during February – ZaCSA Board Members
    36. 36. Zama Community Spouses’ Assoc.7th Annual Scholarship Basket Auction We need your help!   Donations can be individual items,  gift certificates, free services of a special kind,  or a basket with a particular theme. To donate  write  basketauction@zacsa.org
    37. 37. United States Army Garrison JapanCommunity Information Exchange Closing Remarks Garrison Commander UNCLASSIFIED
    38. 38. The Next United States Army Garrison Japan Community Information Exchange Tuesday 12 March 2013Slide presentations and speakers’ notes due to ACS, Community Life Office by 26 February. UNCLASSIFIED
    39. 39. United States Army Garrison Japan END OF BRIEFINSTALLATION MANAGEMENT COMMAND “Sustain, Support and Defend” UNCLASSIFIED

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