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My CFAY weekly

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My CFAY weekly
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Yokosuka Naval Base (Japan) ( issuing body )
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Yokusuka, Japan
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U.S. Navy- Commanders Fleet Activities Kanagawa Prefecture
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Periodicals -- Yokosuka Naval Base (Japan) ( lcsh )
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periodical ( marcgt )

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University of Florida
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Yokosuka Participates in Exercise June 22, 2018 IN THIS ISSUE: Ikego Outdoor Movie 30 6 22 C F A Y weekl yMy Mt. Fuji Safety Brief Independence Day Celebration Photos by Ryo Isobe

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UPCOMING EVENTS Ikego Outdoor Movie Night: Avatar New Moms Coee Connection Enjoy a fun evening with friends and neighbors at the Ikego Campground. Movie is rated PG-13. Connect with other new moms in the community over coee at the USO Yokosuka. For more information, call 241-3030 JUNE JUNE SATURDAY TUESDAY 6:30 p.m. | Ikego Campground | Free 9 to 10 a.m. | USO Yokosuka 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://cnic.navy.mil/content/dam/cnic/ cnrj/cfa_yokosuka/pdfs/CDNS%20Registration%20 Form_10-2016.pdf SIGN UP FOR EMERGENCY NOTIFICATIONS Summer Break Bowling Pass CFAY Community Emergency Evacuation Program (EEP) Brieng Bowling Center 9 a.m. | Community Readiness 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. Learn about the Emergency Evacuation Program (EEP) and the documents required in the case of an evacuation. For more information, call 2431715 Every Day Every Friday JUN-AUG Home Based Business 101 Youth Soccer Registration Gain information on getting your home business started in Yokosuka. Presenters from Legal, Housing, NEX, the Post Oce, and more will be there to advise and answer your questions. For more information, call 243-3372 Youth soccer for children ages 3 to 15. Parents must complete Parents Association for Youth Sports (PAYS) training prior to registration at www.nays.org/paysonline For more information, call 241-2952 JUNE Until JUNE TUESDAY 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. | Community Readiness Center, 4th Floor, Haru Room Season Dates: Aug. 20 to Oct. 13 | Cost $50 | Register online: www.navymwryokosuka.com/myr

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BEYOND THE GATE Perry Park | 10 a.m. to 8:10 p.m. The ceremony is held to celebrate the 165th anniversary of Commodore Matthew Perry's landing in Kurihama. Japan and U.S. Friendship Parade starts at Perry Park and will nish at Keikyu Kurihama Station. Fireworks show from 7:30 p.m. to 8:10 p.m. on Kurihama Beach. Kurihama Perry 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 online brief, visit: https://www.navymwryokosuka.com/modules/ media/?do=download&id=cd33b27e-3fb4-4e1e-b5ef184822fb6834 WEDNESDAY Independence 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. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.....................Softball Tournament 10 to 11 a.m...........................5K Color Run 2 to 6 p.m...............................Kite Show 3 to 7 p.m. .............................Car Club Display Skating Demo 7:30 p.m.................................Fireworks Register for the Color Run in advance at Fleet Recreation Center Fitness oce or Purdy Fitness Center or on July 4 at the race. Early registration fees (until June 30): $15 adult, $5 family members Regular registration fees: $25 adult, $10 family members JULY 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+: Enoshima Aquarium Otsu Suwa Shrine (6-min. walk from Shin-otsu Station) | 4 and 6 p.m. A summer purication ceremony will take place at the shrine. By passing through a large ring of Japanese grass, you will be puried of any disaster or calamity. The ceremony will take rst at 4 p.m. and again at 6 p.m. Summer Purication Ceremony Available on the Internet Mt. Fuji Online Safety Brief ONLINE Yokosuka Museum of Art | Sat. June 30 to Sun. Sept 2 | General Admission: See a menagerie of fun from sculptor Atsuhiko Misawa's "ANIMALS" series, a colorful and diverse mix of animals that are crafted meticulously and almost all are life-size. Animals in Yokosuka Exhibition

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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: Maria Dumanlang NEWS AND NOTICES Comment: I'm writing to complain about a group of teenagers that are in the basketball court everyday constantly being disrespectful and an irritation. My command and I spend our command physical training playing basketball, and they are always interfering with our game. We asked them politely to step aside while we play, they ignored us and gave very ugly side comments. We asked the Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka @cfay_pao @CFAY_Japan yokosukareport@ gmail.com MWR sta at gear issue desk to help with this matter, which they were very professional for doing so. Even after one of the sta talked to them, the teenagers continue to be disrespectful. Response: Thank you for your feedback on the Quality of Life programs here in Yokosuka. Management has been notied and actions will be taken to address Receive My CFAY Weekly by email! Subscribe at yokosukareport@gmail.com 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 fenced-o. 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: C losed 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: Rickert Dr. & Howard St. July 14 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. between the NEX Mini Mart and Dry Dock 6, and 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. between Dry Dock 6 and Aoat Training Group. NEX Parking Lot Repaving Until 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=DOD VOTING 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/ o r contact the Voting Assistance Ocer: 2439626. the behavior of these individuals. Our Purdy Fitness Center sta has also been given guidance to contact supervisors on shift to deal with these incidents. VOLUNTEER COACHES NEEDED If you are interested in being a coach or sports ocial, contact the Youth Sports Oce. Yokosuka: 241-2952 | 046-896-2952 Ikego: 246-8301 | 046806-8301 IKEGO FFSC HOURS OF OPERATION Fleet and Family Service Center (FFSC) in Ikego will be closed on the following dates: June: 22, 25, 29 J uly: 2, 3, 4 For a ny urgent inquiries during these days, please call the main FFSC oce in Yokosuka at 243-3372 Da ys not listed above, the Ikego oce will be open regular business hours. Monday-Wednesday, & Friday: 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Thursday: 7:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.