July 27, 2018 Volume 2, Issue 3030 727 C F A Y weekl yMy USS Ronald Reagan (CVN 76) Returns to Yokosuka IN THIS ISSUE:Volunteer Opportunity Fleet & Family Job FairYokosuka Friendship Day!
UPCOMING EVENTSFleet Activities Yokosuka Security Forces invite residents and their children to enjoy a variety of security demonstrations and booths during a National Night Out Against Crime information fair at the Navy Exchange Red Brick Area, Aug. 7. National Night Out is an annual communitybuilding campaign designed to heighten crime prevention awareness. For more information, call 243-5671.National Night Out Against Crime2:30 to 6 p.m. | Main Base Yokosuka, NEX Red Brick Area AUG 7 TUESDAY Celebrate Harry Potter's birthday with fellow Muggles! USO will be showing Harry Potter lms all day starting at 10 a.m. At 4 p.m., there will be wand making, costume contests for adults and children, Muggle-made snacks, prizes and giveaways. For more information, call 243-3030. JULY 31 TUESDAYMuggle Mania: Harry Potter Day10 a.m. | USO Yokosuka Come out and celebrate the annual Yokosuka Friendship Day. There will be ship tours, food booths, entertainment and cultural demonstrations starting when the gates open at 10 a.m. The fun will continue after the sun goes down when reworks light up the night sky!Yokosuka Friendship Day10 a.m. to 8 p.m. | Main Base Yokosuka, Thew & Berkey Field, Waterfront AUG 4 SATURDAY AUG 5 SUNDAYYokosuka Volunteer Clean-Up5:30 to 8:00 a.m. | Yokosuka-chuo station upper-deck 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. | USOUSO Bingo Join players from USOs all over Japan for a live streamed country-wide annual bingo event! Sign up to reserve your spot at https://www. signupgenius.com/go/5080948acae23a4fb6bingo1 Limit, one bingo card per group/family attending. For more information, call 241-3030. The City of Yokosuka invites the Fleet Activities Yokosuka community to a morning clean-up following the Friendship Day reworks festival. Meet at the Yokosuka-chuo station upperdeck for check-in and pick up your cleaning equipment. Navy PTU with command ball cap is the uniform for service members. Family members are welcome to attend this volunteer opportunity. To sign up, contact your command community relations coordinator. For more information, email: email@example.com. Emergency Evacuation Program (EEP) Brief9 a.m. | Community Readiness Center Learn about the Emergency Evacuation Program (EEP) and the documents required in case of an evacuation. For more information, call 243-1715. Every Friday Weekly EEP Brief AUG 2 THURSDAY
BEYONDTHE GATE Tsurugaoko Hachimangu (10-minute walk from JR Kamakura Station )| Nightfall During the evening, view the more than 400 enchanting lanterns at Kamakuras Tsurugaoka Hachimangu Shrine. The lanterns are emblazoned with meditative calligraphy and images dedicated to the Shinto-Buddhist kami, Hachiman, revered samurai. Aug. 6 (Mon.) to 9 (Thu.)Kamakura BonboriMinato Mirai (5-minute walk from JR Sakuragicho or Minato Mirai MinatoMirai stations) More than 1,500 Pikachu join poke-imposters and the ever popular Eevee for a week of festivities in Yokohamas Minato Mirai area. This year, the celebration continues into the night with digital projections and illuminated performances. Aug. 10 (Sun.) to 19 (Sun.) Aurora Night ViewSoleil Hill Park (30-minute drive from main base and Ikego| 7:45-8 p.m. The dazzling aurora, generally only witnessed on dark winter nights in the far north, is recreated in Yokosukas Soleil Hill this summer through an arrangement of smoke, colorful lights and lasers accompanying music. ,000 for general admission with elementary school age children and younger entering free of charge. Aug. 10 (Fri.) to 16 (Thu.)Pikachu Outbreak! Fleet and Family Support Center (FFSC) Yokosuka invites you to the 2018 Job Fair. Bring your resume and be prepared for on-the-spot interviewing. Employment Readiness sta will be available for resume review walk-ins. Prepare for the fair by attending a resume workshop Aug. 7 and 21, or federal job seminar, Aug. 16. For more information, call 243-3373 (Option 3). AUG 29 WEDNESDAY10 a.m. to 3 p.m. | Ocers' Club 2nd oorFleet and Family Support Center Job Fair AUG 17 19 FRI-SUNMWR and NEX Customer AppreciationFriday: 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday: 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sunday: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Medal of Honor recipients Maj. Gen. James Livingston and Col. Rodger Donlon, America's Got Talent's Sideswipe martial artists, Vans bikers and skaters, American musicians, a magician, a cupcake contest and more take to the Red Brick Area and select locations as Morale Welfare and Recreation and the Navy Exchange partner for a Customer Appreciation Weekend extravaganza! Be on the lookout for programs with an event calendar in the coming days. Sideswipe, the martial artists, will oer lessons on Saturday; inquire with NEX customer service. Sample of Events: Jared Ashley Band: Fri. 6:30-8 p.m. Vans Team BMX and Skate: Red Brick Fri. 5-6 p.m., Sat. 2-2:45 p.m. Medal of Honor recipients Maj. Gen. James Livingston and Col. Rodger Donlon: NEX main store Sat. 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sideswipe: Sat. Red Brick 12:30-1:15 p.m., Benny Decker 6:30-8 p.m. Xperimento: Sat. 7-8:30 p.m. For more information regarding acts and activities, contact NEX customer service, 243-5577.
Commanding Ocer: Capt. Jerey Kim Chief Sta Ocer: Cmdr. Terry McNamara Command Master Chief: CMDCM (SW/AW) Warren Britten Public Aairs Ocer: Mr. Randall Baucom Editor: James O'Donnell Layout: Garrett Zop NEWS AND NOTICESComment: The parking lot behind the main NEX is currently under construction. All that is available is the sidewalk the lot itself is completely blocked o. However, this does not stop people from riding their bikes on the sidewalk. The sidewalk barely has enough room for two people to walk. People walking and obeying the rules, are forced to move out of the way for people riding their bikes. This is unacceptable as Commander Fleet Activities Yokosuka @cfay_pao @CFAY_Japan yokosukareport@ gmail.comriding bikes on sidewalks is against the CFAY rules. There are alternative routes for them to take with their bikes. I think it is necessary that a sign put out at both entrances to the sidewalk that states that bicycles are not allowed, or that the rider needs to dismount and walk their bike through, past construction. Response: Thank you for informing us about this safety concern near the Navy Exchange (NEX). The 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 Replace Steam Piping: Partial road and parking closure on Fechteler Road (day work) and partial road closure on Rickert Drive (night work) until Nov. 7. Fleet Recreation Food Court Renovation: Closed until Sept. 1. 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 C21, Command Hill: Parking on Command Hill will be reduced during the demolition and reconstruction of Building C21 until March 2019. TPU Building Renovation: Until April 2019, parking will be unavailable. Bldg J200 (Navy Lodge): Paint work to commence July 30 and continue through Oct. 6. Some parking and access to the building may be aected temporarily during scaolding work. 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: 2439626. New bicycle markings are painted along Nimitz Blvd. Bike symbols and arrows indicate direction of travel. Modications will soon designate a pedestrian area along the inbound side of Nimitz Blvd. Parallel parking will no longer be authorized there. rst phase of construction at the NEX began June 16, and is scheduled to be complete Aug. 9, with following construction through early Nov. According to Commander, Fleet Activity Instruction (COMFLEACTINST) 5800.26, bicyclists are permitted to ride on sidewalks but must use extreme caution. Although bicycle riding on the sidewalk is permitted, we would like to remind all of our CFAY cycling community 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, go to https://www. navymwryokosuka.com/ programs/b2f65be5-05e141b7-b96d-6407834a861f and click on the PDF. Applications available on 4th oor of FFSC and online for students in grades K-12th. Bring most current Leave Earning Statement (LES)/pay stub and student ID number. BIKE LANE MARKINGS FREE AND REDUCED MEALS FUJI ONLINE SAFETY BRIEF 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.pdfSIGN UP FOR EMERGENCY NOTIFICATIONS to be considerate of pedestrians when riding on and o base. Thank you for the suggestion about posting signs in this area. Contractors submit road closure and trac control signage plans to Public Works and Safety for review and approval before construction starts. We will take into consideration your recommendation regarding new signs for future phases of this work.