Yokosukas Nile C. Kinnick High School Seniors Graduate! June 15, 2018IN THIS ISSUE:Summer Pool Openings! Volume 2, Issue 2430 615 C F A Y weekl yMy USS FITZGERALD Remembrance Father's Day Festivals Photos by Maria Dumanlang
UPCOMING EVENTSBase Outdoor Pools Open!Splash into Green Beach and Ikego Pools as we open up the outdoor pools for the season. For more information, please call 241-2945 | 046896-2945. JUNE 16 SATURDAY11 a.m. to 6 p.m. | Green Beach and Ikego Pools The Computer Desktop Notication System (CDNS) is used to provide simultaneous emergency notications to government computers, home, work and mobile telephones and email. Sign up today at: https://www.cnic.navy.mil/content/dam/cnic/cnrj/ cfa_yokosuka/pdfs/CDNS%20Registration%20Form. pdfSIGN UP FOR EMERGENCY NOTIFICATIONS JUNE 17 SUNDAYFathers Day BrunchOcers' Club Kosano Dining Room, CPO Club and Club Takemiya | Open to All Hands Show dad how much he means to you by treating him to a delicious Fathers Day brunch at his favorite Yokosuka Morale, Welfare and Recreation Club. JUNE 16 SATURDAYIkego Farmers Market9 a.m. to 1 p.m. | Mini-Mart Red Brick area Ikego will host a farmers market on Saturday, June 16, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Mini-Mart Red Brick area. Bring yen. For more information, call Ikego Command Liaison Oce at 246-8042. Summer Break Bowling PassBowling Center Enjoy a free game of bowling each day at the Bowling Center with the Summer Break Bowling Pass! Shoe rental is not included and the pass cannot be combined with any other discounts or oers. Passes are available now. For more information, call 243-5158. Every Day JUN-AUGWibit Inatable Obstacle CourseMake your way across the oating obstacle course without falling o! Participants under 18 must have a wristband (passed the swim test), and be able to enter all obstacles independently. For more information, please call 241-2945. JUNE 16 SATURDAYNoon to 4 p.m. | Green Beach and Ikego PoolsUSS FITZGERALD RemembranceThe Yokosuka and Navy community come together to remember and honor the seven Sailors from USS FITZGERALD (DDG 62) who lost their lives last year. The ceremony is open to all Yokosuka Sailors, civilians and families. In case of inclement weather, the ceremony will take place in the Fleet Theater. For more information call, 241-9037. JUNE 17 SUNDAY7:45-8:30 a.m. | Aircraft Carrier Pier (Berth 12)
BEYONDTHE GATE Downtown Yokosuka around Chuo Station. (2-minute walk from Main Gate) | 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Join the community in Yokosuka to celebrate fathers during this special matsuri. A sports corner, stamp rally and family portrait contest provide enriching experiences to celebrate dad. In the event of inclement weather, this event will be canceled. June 17 (Sun.)Fathers Day Festival A new Internet-based safety brief is now available for participants to complete the mandatory pre-hike training. Complete the brief, print out the certicate and turn it in to the Outdoor Recreation Center located next to Fleet Rec. To access the on-line brief, visit: https://www.navymwryokosuka.com/modules/ media/?do=download&id=cd33b27e-3fb4-4e1e-b5ef184822fb6834 JUNE 23 SATURDAYIkego Outdoor Movie Night: Avatar6:30 p.m. | Ikego Campground| Free Enjoy a fun evening with friends and neighbors at the Ikego Campground. Movie is rated PG-13. WEDNESDAYIndependence Day Celebration!10 a.m. to 8 p.m. | 7:30 p.m. Fireworks | Thew Field | Free Celebrate the United States' birthday with a color run, American food, carnival games and more! The day of celebration ends with a dazzling 20 minute display of reworks over the bay. For more information, call 2431215. JULY 4 JUNE 18 MONDAYFree Japanese Language Summer Class Sign-UpTimes vary. | Nile. C. Kinnick High School | Free Summer is the perfect time to learn Japanese. Classes are free but require registration. Adults and KHS students of all levels are welcome to apply at the schools oce. For more information, call 243-7392. Enoshima Aquarium, 30 minutes from Ikego via JR and Enoshima Railway, Enoshima Station | 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. In a special exhibition at the aquarium, view creatures from the Sagami Bay area like akategani (red arm crab), frogs and snails that come out of hibernation during the rainy season in Japan. The aquarium showcases marine life from the area. Tickets are required for entry: Adults: High School: Junior High: Children 3+: Until June 30 Enoshima Aquarium Sogo Fukushi Kaikan Hall 6F (Between Yokosuka Bases Main Gate and Shoppers Plaza Yokosuka. 2-minute walk from Main Gate) | 12:30 to 4:30 p.m. Learn about traditional Japanese musical instruments, tea ceremonies, ower arrangement, origami, calligraphy and more. You can even try on kimono, though quantities are limited. Free admission, charge for ower arrangement and kimono activities. June 16 (Sat.)Experience Japanese Culture!Available on the InternetMt. Fuji Online Safety Brief ONLINE Enoshima North Green Plaza (located at the bridge nexus) | 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Celebrate the cultural exchange brought about through Enoshimas harbor with activities like Awa Odori and Hula dancing and meet the citys mascots. A ea market purveys cultural artifacts and food. June 16-17 (Sat. and Sun.)Enoshima Harbor Festival
Commanding Ocer: Capt. Jerey Kim Chief Sta Ocer: Cmdr. Terry McNamara Command Master Chief: CMDCM (SW/AW) Warren Britten Public Aairs Ocer: Mr. James ODonnell Editor: Kristina Doss Layout: Garrett Zop NEWS AND NOTICESComment:It would be great if you could replace some of the water fountains with bottle lling stations or combo water fountain/bottle lling stations at Purdy Fitness Center and the Fleet Recreation Center gyms. The majority of people I see using the water fountains are trying to ll their water bottles. They often spill water on the oor because the fountains are not designed to ll bottles. Additionally, Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka @cfay_pao @CFAY_Japan yokosukareport@ gmail.comcan we ask the sta to turn down the volume on the radio in the morning? It is distracting. Most people seem to have headphones on so it probably doesn't bother them, but the morning show hosts are a little much when you're trying to work out. Response: Thank you for your feedback on the Quality of Life programs here in Yokosuka. Requests have been approved to purchase Elkay Water Relling Stations to Receive My CFAY Weekly by email! Subscribe at firstname.lastname@example.org, subject line: Subscribe CONSTRUCTION AND CLOSURES Interactive Customer Evaluation (I.C.E.) allows DOD customers to rate products and input are used to improve the products and services available to you. I.C.E. COMMENT Gridley Tunnel Closed: Until July 31. Commissary Renovation: Scheduled through June 2019. Work is planned in multiple phases for sales and display areas. In support of renovations, part of the Commissary parking lot will be fencedo. Benny Decker Theater Conduit Replacement: Replace utility conduits along Clement Drive from Bowling Alley to Benny Decker Theater. Partial lane closures until July 3. Fleet Recreation Food Court Construction: Closed until July 15. Building C21, Command Hill: Parking on Command Hill will be reduced during the demolition and reconstruction of Building C21 until March 2019. Partial Road Closure: King Street from Main Gate to intersection with Halsey Blvd. until June 15 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. NEX Parking Lot Repaving From June 18 to Nov. 8, phased closures of the NEX parking lots will take place for new paving and painting of the lots. Building 1969 Renovation Until April 2019, parking will be unavailable. HTTP://ICE.DISA.MIL/ INDEX.CFM?FA=SITE&SITE_ ID=14&DEP=DODVOTING ASSISTANCE Many states have midterm elections and primaries this year. It is possible to vote when you are stationed overseas. For more information and assistance, please visit: https://www. fvap.gov/ or contact the Voting Assistance Ocer: 243-9626.equip both Fleet Recreation Center and Purdy Fitness Center gyms. Our goal is to have these fountains installed as soon as possible. Additionally, your concerns about the radio volume will be addressed by our gym sta who are trained to ensure volume and content of the radio are not distracting to our customers. Thanks again for your feedback and we appreciate your continued patronage.VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED If you are interested in helping out by being a coach or sports ocial, contact the Youth Sports Oce. Yokosuka: 241-2952 | 046-896-2952. Ikego: 246-8301 | 046-806-8301. MENS HEALTH MONTH June is Mens Health Month. Many health concerns exist in men due to higher testosterone levels typically found in men. This includes fat accumulation in the midsection which increases the risk of heart disease and diabetes. Men should also be mindful of prostate health and preventing cancer through regular screening. Sailors, Marines and DoD civilians may contact the Health Promotion team in the Fleet Recreation building or make an appointment with their Primary Care Manager for more information.