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1
NEGISHI COMMUNITY NEWSLETTER
https//www.cnic.navy.mil/Yokosuka/CommunitySuppor
t/Negishi/index.htm NOVEMBER 2009
Community Relations Events 2 Nov Community
Bank Information Booth Set up In
front of NEX (1000-1145) 4 Nov FFSC Information
Booth Set Up In front of NEX
(1000-1200) 4 Nov - Yokohama/CNFJ Fire Joint Fire
Drill 6 Nov Yokohama Foreigners Cemetery Clean
Up 7 Nov VFW US Flag Planting at Yokohama
Foreigners Cemetery 11 Nov Race
Track Stadium Tour 18 Nov Day with the OIC
Tour 24 Nov Thanksgiving Food Donation for
Homeless 24 Nov Local Train Tour For
information on how/where to participate in
Community Relations Events, please contact Rieko
komatsu at 242-4101 / email rieko.komatsu.ja_at_fe.n
avy.mil. If you would like us to include your
email address in the volunteer mailing list for
our community relations event, please send your
email to rieko.komatsu.ja_at_fe.navy.mil.
OICS CORNER
The holidays are coming up. Thanksgiving and
Veteran's Day are upon us. We hope you take the
time to recognize families and service personnel
during these times. There are many activities
planned during these times.
Please take advantage of the Veterans Day events
scheduled. We will be cleaning up the Yokohama
Gaigin Boche (Foreigner's Cemetery) Friday 6NOV.
Well be cleaning up the graves of many of our US
Service people buried at the cemetery. The
following day we will be with VFW placing flags
on the departed graves. Join us 11/11 for the
Grandstand tour. Thanksgiving, we will be having
Single-Sailor and Watch-stander Dinner at the
Club. I greatly appreciate bring your concerns
during the OCT Townhall. We will deal with your
issues and try to find a amicable resolution to
them. Your patience is greatly appreciated.
Please continue to bring your concerns to the OIC
office and we will deal with them the best we
can. Again, as always, thank you for your
Service and making Negishi a great residential
area.
  • NEWSLETTER CONTENTS
  • OICs Corner
  • Events at Negishi
  • From OIC Office / Yokohama Current Events and
    Activities
  • 4-5 Yokohama Current Events and Activities
  • 6 Housing Office
  • Byrd School
  • H to W Bus schedule / Awareness Note
  • Security/NCIS
  • USNH/ Army Veterinary Clinic/ Spouses Workshop
  • 11 Negishi Post Office
  • 12 Navy Gateway Inns and Suites/ Negishi CDC/
    Community Bank/ Navy College
  • 13-14 MWR/All Hands Club/Japanese Culture and
    Tradition
  • 15 Celebration of the month - Oct

Lieutenant Commander R. E. de las Alas
Check out the New Community Center Display Screen
for Updated Information, Community Events,
Military Heritage
2
EVENTS AT NEGISHI
Landmark Tower/World Porter Yokohama Tour (Local
train tour) Orientation to Yokohama and JR
Trains. Afraid of the Train? Come join the OIC
and longtime residents embark on a journey to the
Landmark Tower and World Porter shopping
area. Date Time 24 Nov (Tue) _at_ 0930 _at_ OICs
office Please bring cash (yen) for transportation
and lunch (recommended 500 for transportation
1800 for lunch) Note Wear comfortable shoes. No
Strollers please. Lots of walking and stairs.
Please RSVP to Ms. Komatsu (rieko.komatsu.ja_at_fe.n
avy.mil) or 242-4101
Welcome to Negishi/Day with the OIC Get out,
explore and orient yourself to Yokohama by taking
day trip to Motomachi and Chinatown. It is also
an opportunity for Residents to spend some time
with the OIC to discuss any concerns in relaxed
setting while bringing out new ideas. Date
Time 18 Nov (Wed) _at_ 1000 Location Negishi
Community Center (Library) Fee Free, however,
bring 1800 Yen for lunch (depending on what we
eat) and 500Yen for bus transportation. Please
RSVP to Ms. Komatsu (rieko.komatsu.ja_at_fe.navy.mil)
or 242-4101
Negishi Town Hall Meeting (Oct 21) Minutes Will
be available online. Pls go to https//www.cnic.
navy.mil/Yokosuka/CommunitySupport/Negishi/index.h
tm
Yokohama Foreigners Cemetery Clean Up The clean
is in conjunction with the Veterans Day. We are
looking for volunteers to help clean up. It
includes trimming bush and branches, cutting
grass, and pull vines/weeds. Please sign up in
advance at OIC office 242-4101 or email
rieko.komatsu.ja_at_fe.navy.mil. Maximum 20
volunteers. Date 6 Nov (Fri) Time 0900-1100
Thanksgiving Food Donation for Homeless in
Kotobuki OIC office is going to provide
Thanksgiving food for homeless. Menu are
tentatively as below Korean Ribs Mash Potato
Gravy Mix vegetables Oatmeal Looking for
volunteers to help pre-cooking and serving on the
day. Day/Time Nov 24 (Tue) Serving 1200-1300
(Car pool and Leave Negishi at 1130) Pre-cooking
Mash potato making make mash potato at home,
and bring to OIC office on the 24th morning. OIC
office will provide potato. If you are
interested in helping, please sign up at OIC
office. Phone 242-4101 or email
rieko.komatsu.ja_at_fe.navy.mil
VFW U.S. Mini Flag Planting At Yokohama
Foreigners Cemetery Date Time 7 Nov (Sat) _at_
0900 Meet at 19045 Flagpole Side Looking for
volunteers to help putting up the flag at the
cemetery. Flag and flower are provided by VFW.
OIC office try to accommodate transportation, but
it may vary depends on the volunteer number. If
there are many volunteers, we may ask to drive
POV and car pool. Please sign up at OIC
office. PH242-4101, FAX242-4818, or
emailrieko.komatsu.ja_at_fe.navy.mil
3
FROM OIC OFFICE
Volunteers Needed! We need volunteers for
sponsorship of local community events and/or
bilateral exchanges. If you've never volunteered
before, step up and be counted. The feeling you
get from being involved with your community is
fabulous! Call the OIC's office at 242-4101 to
volunteer today!
Accept Donations OIC office accepts donations
from Negishi residents for clothes, kitchenware,
dry food items, hygienic items, blankets etc that
something we can offer to local support needed
organizations (i.e. orphanage, homeless shelter).
Here are some guidelines Used items have to be
in VERY good condition, preferrably looks like
brand-new (hygienic items must be brand-new).
Unable to accept such clothes with stains, holes,
broken zippers, ripped, frayed, ragged, or worn
too much etc. Also we do not accept worn
underware/socks/swimsuites, and more than XXL
size in any type of clothes. Electric
appliances/toys MUST be cleaned and working ones.
Dry foods - MUST NOT exceed the expiriation
date. If you have donation items wishing to
donate, please bring to OIC office, or call for
pick up at 242-4101, or email rieko.komatsu.ja_at_fe
.navy.mil
Negishi Community Bulletin Board Posting
individual flyers on the bulletin board in the
Negishi Community Center needs to be stamped.
The board locates at the 2nd floor hallway, next
to fitness center entrance, in the bldg. 19045.
Please bring your flyer to the OIC office. For
private advertisements (i.e. Home Education)
needs the CFAY legal's approval (please bring the
CFAY Legal letter with the flyer). Any questions,
please contact the Negishi OIC's Office at
242-4101.
YOKOHAMA CURRENT EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Historical buildings will be opened for public in
the autumn leaves season (Important cultural
properties Choushuukaku/Shunsouro) November 21
(Sat.) December 13 (Sun.) http//www.sankeien.o
r.jp/pdf/guidemap_english.pdfThe foot path
along a small valley and the important cultural
properties, Choushuukaku and Shunsouro will be
open to public. They create a nostalgic scene
with autumn color leaves. Inquiries
SankeienTEL 045-621-0634
29th Yokohama Marathon November 29 (Sun.)
http//www.yokohamamarathon.jp/index.htmlThe
race will be held on the road along the sea.
Runners are welcomed by the sea breeze on a
autumn day in November. ltItemgtHalf marathon
(21.0975km), 10km,wheelchair 10kmltCoursegtIn
front of Yamashita Park (Start) City road Gulf
Line Yokohama Port Symbol Tower Honmoku Sea
Fishing Facility Nishiki-cho Kamome-cho In
front of Honmoku Public Park (Loop back)
Kamome-cho Nishiki-cho City road Gulf Line
Yamashita Wharf (Goal) Location Starting from
Yamashita Park.Inquiries Yokohama Marathon
Executive CommitteeTEL 045-651-9990(Weekday
83017
International Quilt Week Yokohama 2009 November
12 (Thu.)November 14 (Sat.) http//www.viq.com/
iqw/09-Y/Y09index.html The fabulous
International Quilt Week will be held this year
again. Quilt artwork will be displayed and
workshops, quilt related shops and trade shows
will also be held. Guests will have talk sessions
and artists and curators will talk about the
artworks. Location Pacifico
YokohamaInquiries International Quilt Week
Executive CommitteeTEL03-3816-5529
4
YOKOHAMA CURRENT EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Key Terms RPP ( ) Send a Reply-Paid Postcard
(purchased for Yen100 at post offices) with the
information listed in parenthesis on the sending
half, and your name and address on the return
half.SP ( ) Send a Standard Postcard (purchased
for Yen50 at post offices) with the information
listed in parenthesis.E Event name A Your
Address N Your Name T Tel G Age X
Sex(J) In Japanese only
Asian Forum for Solidarity Economy 2009 in
JAPAN November 7-10, 2009at United Nation
University(UNU), AOYAMA GAKUIN University, Tokyo
Womens PlazaMap http//solidarityeconomy.web.f
c2.com/en/venue.html Asian Forum for Solidarity
Economy 2009 is going to be held in Shibuya on
7th and 8th November. Optional tours to visit
solidarity economy practices are on 9th and 10th.
We are looking for participants and volunteers
for this remarkable event. Registration
We are looking forward to your
Registration!Please fill in the form on our Web
page and send it to us. (Registration is closing
on Friday November 6th.) http//form1.fc2.com/for
m/?id472516 In a few days after you register,
you receive a register confirmation which will be
more than necessary for you to get your AFSE name
tag. Please pay the registration fee at the
reception in UNU on the 7-NOV. Registration fee
3000Yen For more information, please look into
our website. http//solidarityeconomy.web.fc2.com
/en/ Participation as a Volunteer! We
welcome volunteers for the forum. Any volunteer
who can work more than for 4 hours a day, can
listen to the conference or the workshop for
free.Expected work will beattending guests from
overseas, guiding the audience, helping
preparation for conferences and workshops
etc. If you are interested in taking part in the
forum as a volunteer, please contact us!
Secretariate of ASIAN FORUM for SOLIDARITY
ECONOMY 2009, JAPAN E-mail afse_at_parc-jp.orgTel
86-3-5209-3455 Fax 86-3-5209-3453c/o PARC 3F,
Toyo-building, 1-7-11, Awaji-cho, Kanda,
Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN 101-0063
Seeking Foreign Part-time Instructors for Public
Elementary Schools Foreign instructors (of any
nationality) are needed to teach about their own
country and culture in English at Yokohama Public
Elementary Schools. The conditions are as
follows 4-5hours a day, 2-3 days per week.
Applicants must hold a valid visa, have English
and Japanese speaking ability, have a university
degree or equivalent, and live in or can commute
to Yokohama. Applicants must be under 65 yrs. of
age as of March 31, 2010. (Estimated salary is
Yen3,150/hour. Transportation fee included) This
position begins April 2010 and is on a one-year
renewable contract basis.To Apply Send CV, a
copy of your valid visa, and self-addressed
regular-sized envelope with \80 stamp
to?231-0017 Naka-ku, Minatocho 1-1, Yokohama
Board of Education IUI Section. Application
Deadline Postmarked by Nov.27 (Fri)Inquiries
(045) 671-3588(J) Fax (045) 664-5499
Yokohama City Walk It is a beautiful season to go
for a walk. Enjoy!Nov.3 (holiday), 830 Meeting
place Maioka Stn?Kanazawa walking tourNov.7
(Sat), 900 Meeting place Hakkeishima StnFee
Yen500/Adult Yen300/Elementary/Jr. high
schoolersTo Apply Go directly to the meeting
place.Inquiries (045) 671-5049 (J) (045)
671-5041
The musical Cats comes to Yokohama November 11
(Wed.) http//www.shiki.gr.jp/closeup/cats_yokoha
ma/ After you enjoy the Cats Musical you can go
sightseeing in Yokohama! The phenomenal
long-running musical, Cats, which has been
performed more than 7000 times for more than 20
years, will be performed in the newly opened
Canon Cats Theater until March 31 in
2010.Location Canon Cats Theater (Opens in
November)Inquiries Shiki Reservation
CenterTEL0120-489444(10002000)
5
YOKOHAMA CURRENT EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES
Murou-jinja Shrine Yabusame (Horseback
Archery) Date November 3 (Holiday) Location
Murou-jinja Shrine, Yamakita-Town Access
5-minute walk from Yamakita Station on the JR
Gotenba Line Dedication rituals performed during
the annual festival of Murou-jinja Shrine include
demonstrations of yabusame in which mounted
archers shoot at three targets with arrows. The
mounted archery at Murou-jinja Shrine is unique,
as it features pairs of horses with a leading
horse. For details, contact the Yamakita-Town
Department of Industry and Tourism (Tel
0465-75-3646)
Activities Using Firewood In this event, you will
learn how to make bowls, cups and chopsticks out
of bamboo. You will also experience making bread
on a bonfire.DateTime Nov.7 (Sat),
1500-1800Cancelled in case of rain.Location
Niiharu Satoyama Koryu Center (15 min walk from
JR Tokaichiba Stn) FeeYen2,000 per group
(includes food)Limit 50 people, 10 groups first
come first servedTo Apply Please telephone,
fax, or e-mail and let us know E,N,T, Fax and
E-mail address) Please apply by Nov.4.Inquiries
and Applications (J) Tel (045) 671-2617Fax
(045) 224-6627E-Mail ks-midoriup_at_city.yokohama.j
p
Hakone Daimyou Procession Date November 3
(Holiday) Location Yumoto Onsen Town,
Hakone-Town Access Get off at Hakone Yumoto
Station on the Odakyu Line or the Hakone Tozan
Railway This flamboyant daimyou (feudal lord)
procession is held in Hakone Yumoto Onsen Town.
The approximately 170-person procession will
feature heralds, people carrying lacquered boxes
and lances, musket corps, royal palanquin
bearers, house maids, and chamber maids. This
event also includes a colorful parade of
approximately 110 Yumoto geiko (geisha) doing
te-odori dance and a brass band. Keyari lance
performances held midway are also not to be
missed. For details, contact the Hakone Yumoto
Tourist Association (Tel 0460-85-7751)
The 4th Tree Planting Ceremony A tree planting
ceremony for the citizens at Zoorasia. Please
come in casual clothing.DateTime Nov.28 (Sat),
1000-1200Fee FreeLocation Zoorasia (15 min
bus ride from JR Nakayama Stn)Limit 200 people
chosen by lotteryTo Apply Send SP or
fax(E,A,N,T) to ?231-0041 Naka-ku Yoshida-cho 65
ERVIC Yokohama 9F Yokohama-shi Midori no
KyokaiApplications must be received by
Nov.13.Inquiries and Applications (J)Tel
(045) 309-2224Fax (045) 260-6667
Making Chinese Braiding Craft This braiding
technique is a Chinese traditional crafts. The
finished ornament can be used to decorate your
home.DateTime Nov.20 (Fri), 1300-1500Locatio
n Konan International Lounge (Yumeooka Office
Tower 13F, Lounge Training Room, Kamiooka Stn on
Keikyu or Municipal Subway)FeeYen600What to
Bring Scissors and glueLimit 30 people First
come, first served (15 foreigners, 15
Japanese)To Apply From Oct.11 (Sun), please
either come to the Lounge, telephone, or fax to
apply.Inquiries and ApplicationsTel. (045)
848-0990Fax (045) 848-3669
2009 Musical Instruments Fair November 5 (Thu.)
November 8 (Sun.) http//musicfair.jp/ This is
the biggest musical instrument event in Japan.
The event is held every other year. The event
focuses on displaying demonstrating musical
instruments so that visitors who are interested
in music and musical instruments can feel the joy
of playing instruments and see the feature of
each item from each company. Both international
and domestic companies will display their
instruments and inform us of their latest news
and activities. Various events and seminars will
be held as well. Location Pacifico
YokohamaInquiries Musical Instruments Fair
Association JapanTEL03-5298-7450
6
HOUSING OFFICE
  • HOLIDAY LIGHTING AND DECORATIONS
  • Every year, during the holiday season, the
    holiday lights and decorations are hung for
    display. The bright colored lights lend
    themselves to the festive spirit of the Holiday
    season. We must, however, remember to conserve
    our electrical energy. An excellent way to
    conserve this valuable energy is to turn our
    decorative lights on at dusk and off at around
    2200. Turning the lights off at this hour serves
    a two-fold purpose. One, it conserves
    electricity and two, reduces the chance of a
    safety hazard arising due to unattended
    electrical circuits outside of quarters. It is
    sad but true that many people die every year at
    this time due to electrical fires and shock.
  • Please adhere to the following guidelines when
    decorating the outside of your quarters during
    this holiday season
  • a. Never walk on or put anything on your roof or
    the second floor ledges of the townhouses.
  • b. Do not insert nails, screws or other hardware
    into siding, trim or stucco of the house, gutters
    or eaves.
  • c. Use only outdoor rated lights.
  • d. Use only Heavy Duty certified extension cords.
  • e. To attach lights, use S-Clips or similar
    inexpensive, non-destructive clips.
  • f. Spraying of "snow" or use of water-soluble
    paints is authorized on windows only.
  • Decorative holiday lights should not be left on
    over night and should be turned off during
    daylight
  • hours.
  • Please refrain from installing, planting or
    placing decorations in the common ground areas
    where
  • contractors maintain the grounds.

The Yard of the Year and Month
Congratulations! The Yard of the Year 2009 Yard
of the Year - 704-A, CMDMC Eric and Wendy Cole,
USS FITZGERALD
Yard of the Month 1st Place - 700 B, Mr.
Richard and Yumiko Early, SPAWARS 2nd Place -
604, Mr. Odie and Akiko Smith, CFAY SAFETY 3rd
Place - 612, Mr. Charles and Akemi Duprey, FISC
7
R.E. BYRD E.S.
Chief Timothy Willis, Parent Representative Ms.
Amber Johnson, Parent Representative Ms. Pat
Okada, Staff Member Ms. Katherine Young, Staff
Member
Novembers School Advisory Committee (SAC)
Meeting is scheduled for Thursday, November 19 at
630 PM and it will be the first meeting of this
school year now that we have a full committee
established
Please consider attending this worthwhile school
and community committee.
ALSO FROM OUR PARENT TEACHER ORGANIZATION
(PTO) THE NEXT MEETING WILL TAKE PLACE THURSDAY
EVENING, NOVEMBER 19 FOLLOWING THE SAC MEETING.
LOCATION THE SCHOOL INFORMATION CENTER. THE
FOLLOWING TOPICS MAY BE DISCUSSED ?? The PTO
By-Laws and possible revisions. ?? The BOX TOPS
FOR EDUCATION Program. ?? Status of the purchase
of new school winter logo polo shirts. ?? Status
of the purchase of new student Daily
Planners-Agenda Books and Homework Organizers. ??
Status of the basic materials for future
Continuous School Improvement (CSI) parent nights
and community events. ?? Status of the planning
of evening support activities and events to
increase other fund raising functions. ?? Status
of the PTO seeking parent and community
volunteers to assist with the scheduled fund
raising activities planned for this school
year. A special parental reminder All students
will be requested to provide a complete change of
clothes for emergency purposes. The extra clothes
will be stored by the School Health Aide in a
secured location and cabinet. Clothes should
include-Shirt or blouse, pants, under garments
and socks. These items should be stored in a
small trash bag with the students name written
on the outside with a permanent marker of any
color. We also realize that many students may not
ever have to use these emergency items but we
taking this steps for precautionary reasons only.
Any questions, please contact the school office
for assistance and clarification. School
Discipline Committee Community Member sought o
One (1) parent volunteer member is needed. o
Responsibilities include attending on a as
needs basis for any possible school Discipline
Committee meetings that may be required for
possible long term school suspension or severe
consequences for any student demonstrating
non-compliance to stated DODEA and Richard E.
Byrd Elementary School discipline policies. o If
interested, please contact Mr. Fisher _at_ 242-4815
for additional information and assistance. SPECIAL
ANNOUNCEMENT STUDENT SCHOOL PICTURE RETAKES
will take place on Wednesday, November 25 in the
A.M. by Campus Photography International.
Informational flyers were recently sent home for
our parents possible ordering purposes.
Reminder all students will have their pictures
taken even if any parent chooses not to order
individual picture packets. Individual student
pictures will be used for the 2009-2010 school
yearbook. FYI funds generated from this annual
event will be deposited into the PTO General fund
for their school use. o To order portraits of
your children, use the order form that was sent
home or go to WWW.CPIphoto.net. Please remember
to ?? Make your package selection in advance. ??
Return the envelope and payment with your child
on the photo day. ?? Your child, order envelope
and payment must arrive together at the
camera. ?? Please use one envelope per student,
and NOT one envelope for multiple children. ??
Please make the checks payable to CAMPUS
PHOTOGRAPHY, NOT the school. ?? Post-dated checks
up to two weeks are accepted. ?? Only pre-paid
orders are produced and returned to the
school. ?? Classroom composites (elementary
grades only) may be added to your package by
selecting add-on G (extra cost involved)
?? Your advantages with the pre-pay program
are You receive the actual package, not just
the small proof Your satisfaction is
guaranteed or you will receive a 100 refund.
This program allows for a faster return of the
finished package. Additional 2X3 (wallet size)
photos, an 8X10 and/ or 2-5X7 portrait prints may
be added to your packet selection. A
telephone number and email address for any
questions was listed on the flyer/order form that
was sent home. Please use either of these for any
questions you may have regarding the school
portrait program.
SCHOOL MASTER CALENDAR REMINDERS
OCTOBER/NOVEMBER NOVEMBER is Month of the
Military Child, National Native American Month
plus American Education Week National Education
Month

5 Nov- Thur - DODDS - Japan Kanto Plain DODDS
Schools Educators Day at Joan Mendel Elementary
School, Yokota AFB. No school for
students. 5 Nov - Thur - End of the First Grading
Period (Nine Week Quarter). 6 Nov - Fri - Teacher
Workday for report card preparation. No school
. 9 Nov - Mon - Second Quarter Grading Period
begins. 10 Nov - Tues - First Quarter Student
Awards Ceremony from 145 - 220 in the
Multi-Purpose Room/Cafeteria.
11 Nov - Wed - Veterans Day Holiday. No
school. 12 - 13 Nov - First Quarter Grading
Period Required Teacher-Parent (Thur - Fri)
Conferences. No school for students. 19 Nov -
Thur School Advisory Committee (SAC) Meeting at
0630 followed by the monthly Parent Teacher
Organization (PTO) Meeting. Location
school Information Center. 25 Nov Wed School
Picture Retakes in the AM. 26- 27 Nov -
Thanksgiving Holiday. No school. (Thur Fri)
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Negishi to Yokosuka Bus Stop Location
Bus1 Bus2 BOQ/BEQ 0530 0615 Community
Center 0531 0616 Stop 19 Race Track
Rd 0533 0618 Stop 21 Race Track
Rd 0534 0619 Stop 22 Race Track
Rd 0535 0620 Stop 23 Skyline
Drive 0536 0621 Stop 24 Skyline Drive
0537 0622 Stop 25 Skyline Drive
0538 0623 Stop 26 Skyline Drive 0539 0624
Yokosuka To Negishi 1600 1700 Pick up
locations at Yokosuka are HRO, Main Gate, Harbor
Master Pier, Berth 6 7, berth 8 9, Recreation
Center, Commissary, and Hospital. Bus leaves
final pick-up location at these times. Due to
evening traffic congestion pick-up times may
vary. For additional information, contact the
CFAY, Yokohama Detachment Office at 242-4101
Joint Use Hill with Yokohama City The joint use
street (back gate hill) entrance (in front of
JuJu Yakiniku place) is opened now for completely
two way traffic. Pls note the street is
designated as no parking except 1 hour parking
area on the top of the hill.
Houseguest Passes Please ensure all required
information is provided when applying for
houseguest passes. Security cannot process
incomplete passes. DBIDS registration is
required prior to being issued any houseguest
passes. There is a three business day minimum
turn around for houseguest passes. Incomplete or
inaccurate information may delay or prevent
processing passes.
Toll Free Call to the States Side Many of our
users must be unaware of the process for being
able to call a toll-free number from a DSN line
so that it is actually toll free. In order to
dial a toll-free number from OCONUS DSN 1.
Dial 809-463-3376. This switches you to a
stateside switchboard. 2. Wait for dial tone
(only a couple seconds). 3. Dial the toll free
number (1-800-xxx-xxxx, 1-888-xxx-xxxx,
1-877-xxx-xxxx). Please ensure your users that
utilize toll free numbers are aware of this
procedure.
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SECURITY
NEGISHI FAMILY HOUSING INSTALLATIONS VISITOR
PARKING AREA VEHICLE PARKING PERMIT
REQUIREMENT All Negishi residents are required to
obtain a parking permit for guests parking in the
Visitors Parking Area. This area is located
outside the fenceline between the main gate and
CNFJ Fire Department. The PARKING PERMIT is not
the same as a one day vehicle pass. (One day
vehicle pass is for access to the Negishi Family
Housing Installation only.) Y-Plated Vehicles
and Kanji Plated Vehicles displaying Installation
Identification stickers and legally registered
through the VRO Office do not require the parking
permits. This initiative is designed to clearly
identify vehicles belonging to registered guests
and assist in efforts to prevent illegal parking
in this area. To obtain the permit, the
sponsor and his/her guest must meet the following
requirements 1. The sponsor is required to
appear at the Main Gate with his/her guest and
the following documents when they request a
parking permit. a).Vehicle Registration
Title b).JCI C).Guests drivers license 2.
The permit is valid for a maximum of 72 hours
from the time of issue. 3. Illegally parked
vehicles are subject to be disabled with wheel
boots and/or towed at owners expense. 4. Any
loss/damage to vehicles in this area falls under
the sole responsibility of the owner. USN and the
United States Government are not responsible for
vehicles parked in this area.
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USNH YOKOSUKA
USNH Yokosuka is pleased to announce that it has
launched a Speaker's Bureau -- a group of
speakers available to speak to base active duty
and civilian groups on a variety of health care
topics. This is a great opportunity to hear more
about health care topics specific to your group,
learn about the hospital and its services and
bring some new discussions and speakers to your
group meetings. Below is more information on
topics currently available, and a speaker request
form for arranging a USNH speaker for your
event. Thanks for your time! Please feel free to
contact me if you have any questions.
Jennifer Savage, Public Affairs Officer U.S.
Naval Hospital Yokosuka DSN Phone 243-7194 DSN
Fax 243-5773 Comm Phone 81-46-816-7194 Jennifer
.Savage_at_med.navy.mil
U.S. Naval Hospital Yokosuka Speakers Bureau
All ship and shore commands, family readiness
groups, ombudsmen groups, school or church
groups, community groups and more -- U.S. Naval
Hospital (USNH) Yokosuka is pleased to provide
speakers on a variety of health care topics for
your upcoming meeting or event. This is a great
opportunity to hear more about health care topics
specific to your group and learn about the
hospital and its services. If you would like to
have a USNH Yokosuka speaker at your upcoming
event or meeting, please fill out the attached
speaker request form. You will see on the form a
place to describe your preferred topic, the
location and time of the event, and other details
that will help us match a speaker with your
event. Please see the topic list below, but keep
in mind that we welcome other topics as well and
will try our best to match a speaker to your
needs.
? Nutrition and disease prevention ? TRICARE ?
Case management ? Anger/ stress management ?
Substance abuse ? Diabetes/pre-diabetes ?
Immunizations, asthma, respiratory illnesses
such as flu, pediatrics ? Educational and
developmental intervention services (EDIS)
? Periodic health assessment (available
only to active duty audiences) ? Tobacco
cessation ? Sexual transmitted diseases ?
Pregnancy ? Breastfeeding, newborn care and
perinatal depression
? Hearing conservation/ assessment ? General
surgery ? Pain management for labor, including
epidural verses spinal anesthesia ?
Anesthesiology ? Overview of X-rays and
radiation safety ? History of radiology and how
X-rays are produced and used in the medical
field ? Corpsman history, school prerequisites
and licensure ? Heat-related illnesses ? Foot
care and foot wear ? General dental health ?
Pediatric dentistry ? Implant, aesthetic and
reconstructive dentistry (available only to
active duty Audiences)
We do ask that you request a speaker at least
four weeks in advance of your event. If you have
any questions, please call the USNH Yokosuka
public affairs office at 243-7194/046-816-7194.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Mini-College 101 for Spouses Workshop In Negishi
STARTING OR CONTINUING COLLEGE? WE CAN HELP!
Free course to provide info on Financial
Aid/Scholarships, MyCAA, Post 9/11 GI Bill,
Testing Options, and MORE!
17 Nov 09 0900-1030 Negishi Theater
Sign up Call 243-8131 or Email
cynthia.cross_at_fe.navy.mil
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NEGISHI POST OFFICE
NAVSUP Announces 2008 Holiday Season Mailing
Dates The Naval Supply Systems Command's
(NAVSUP) Postal Policy Division notes it is not
too early to mail your 2008 holiday cards,
letters, and packages. To ensure delivery by
December 25, it is recommended that your holiday
items be mailed by the dates listed below.
For military mail addressed to APO/FPO addresses

For military mail from APO and FPO addresses
Express Mail Military Service (EMMS) is available
from selected military post offices. If mailing
to an APO/FPO address check with your local post
office to determine if this service is available.
Parcel Airlift Mail (PAL) is a service that
provides air transportation for parcels on a
space-available basis. It is available for
Parcel Post items not exceeding 30 pounds in
weight or 60 inches in length and girth combined.
The applicable PAL fee must be paid in addition
to the regular surface rate of postage for each
addressed piece sent by PAL service. Space
Available Mail (SAM) refers to parcels mailed to
APO/FPO addresses at parcel post rates that are
first transported domestically by surface and
then to overseas destinations by air on a space
available basis. The maximum weight and size
limits are 15 pounds and 60 inches in length and
girth combined. From overseas locations, items
mailed at Parcel Post rates are sent to CONUS by
air on a space available basis. The maximum
weight and size limit are 70 pounds and 130
inches in length and girth combined. It is also
recommended that customers check with their local
civilian or military post office for information
on size restrictions and possible need for
customs declaration forms. Additionally,
customers are advised that certain mail
restrictions apply and some items are
non-mailable. Examples are switchblade knives,
pornography, controlled substances, and explosive
or incendiary devices. If in doubt as to what
can or cannot be sent through the mail, contact
your local post office or military post
office. As a final note, customers are cautioned
that packages must not be mailed in boxes that
have markings related to any type of hazardous
material, such as bleach, alcohol, or cleaning
fluids. Parcels found by the U.S. Postal Service
with such markings or labels on the outside of
the box will not be processed. Instead, they
will be handled as "non-mailable matter,"
regardless of the contents or what is listed on
the U.S. Customs form. NAVSUP's primary mission
is to provide U.S. naval forces with quality
supplies and services. With headquarters in
Mechanicsburg, PA, and employing a worldwide
workforce of more than 24,000 military and
civilian personnel, NAVSUP oversees logistics
programs in the areas of supply operations,
conventional ordnance, contracting, resale, fuel,
transportation, and security assistance. In
addition, NAVSUP is responsible for quality of
life issues for our naval forces, including food
service, postal services, Navy Exchanges, and
movement of household goods.
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NAVY GATEWAY INNS SUITES (NEGISHI CBH)
Valued Guests Beginning October 1st we are
anticipating a rate increase due to increased
costs and decreased appropriated fund support
throughout the Japan Region. Additionally we are
diligently working to improve our services to
better meet your needs, today and tomorrow.
These include free high speed internet access,
new flat screen TVs, new comfortable beds and
implementing a plan to update our furnishings and
facilities. Our rates are expected to change as
listed below to ensure a breakeven financial plan
(e.g., not for profit). These rates are for all
current, in-house and arriving guests regardless
of the rate at time of reservation. The rates
are still being finalized, however, we recommend
any and all guests to plan accordingly. Once
rates are validated we will provide additional
notification. NGIS Management
Mission Support Rooms Standard Room 43.00 Suite
55.00 DVQ Room 58.00 DVQ Suite 69.00 DVQ
House 79.00
Mission Essential Rooms Private
Room/Bath 34.00 Private Room/Shared Bath
26.00 ME Suite 45.00 Multi Bed/Private
Bath 25.00 Multi Bed/Shared Bath 15.00 Multi
Bed/Common Head 12.00
NEGISHI CDC
HOURLY CHILDCARE HAS BEEN EXPANDED AGAIN!
Hourly childcare is now offered on a space
available basis by calling to make a reservation
up to 30 days in advance. Hourly care is offered
on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays
between the hours of 0600 and 1700. The fee is
3.00 per hour per child. For more information,
or to make a reservation, please contact the CDC
at 242-4316. For emergency situations requiring
childcare, please contact Sue Proctor at
242-4139. Our next CYP PARENT INVOLVEMENT BOARD
meeting is scheduled for FRIDAY, 13 NOVEMBER at
1500 in the CDC. All parents are invited to
attend and parent participation points will be
given for attendance. Our next Saturday Night
Special Opening will be held on SATURDAY, 21
NOVEMBER 2009 from 1700 to 2300. Reservation and
payment must be made prior to noon on Thursday,
19 November. Contact the CDC at 242-4316 for
details or reservations.
Negishi CDC Director, Sue Proctor susanne.proctor_at_
fe.navy.mil 242-4139 Negishi CDC Supervisor, Cris
Herrera cristina.herrera_at_fe.navy.mil 242-4316
COMMUNITY BANK
NAVY COLLEGE
Navy College Presents Negishi Education Fair
17 Nov 2009 1030-1200 In front of NEX/Commissary
Have Banking Questions?! Community Bank Can Help!!
Representatives from the Yokohama Community Bank
will be answering questions in front of the NEX
every 1st Monday of the Month from 1000-1145
am! Unavailable during that timeframe? No
Problem! We are located on the 2nd floor of the
Negishi Community Center and would be more than
willing to answer your questions during our
normal business hours! We look forward to seeing
you! Community Bank Operational Hours Monday,
Wednesday, Friday and Paydays 1200-500pm
Reps from each school will be on-site. For more
info call 243-8131.
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MWR
Community Activities
Holiday Rock-n-Roll Show Saturday, December 19 A
"traveling band", along with friendly "helpers",
will bring you Rock-n-Roll Christmas style
through the Negishi Community stopping at various
sites throughout the base serving refershments
and snacks and singing your favorite Christmas
classics.
Negishi Best Decorated House/BQ Door Thursday,
December 10 No registration required. Lights must
be turned on by 1700. All winners will be
notified by phone. Prizes include plaques and
gift certificates. For details visit or call the
Negishi MWR Program Office at 242-4120 or
045-281-4120. CATEGORY FIRST SECOND Best
Decorated House 150 75 Best
Decorated NGIS (BQ) Door 50 25
Thursday, November 5th at the Negishi MWR
Library). Negishi Youth Sports Parents
Assembly 1800-1930. Come join in on our
Quarterly Parents Assembly. All Youth Sports
Parents are welcome to participate as well be
discussing the following upcoming fall and
winter programs recap summer and fall sports
programs (including Soccer) touch on spring
sports discuss parents handbook practice and
game schedules end-of-the-season awards and,
uniforms. Youth Basketball Registration Coming
Soon! Registration for youth Basketball will be
December 07 January 22. Practice begins the
week of February 1st and games begin on February
13th. 40 for the first child and 35 for every
additional child. PAYS members receive a 5.00
discount per child. Basketball Start Smart
program is available for 3-4 years old, which
introduces youth to the fundamentals of the game.
Children 10 and below will play in co-ed league
with teams within the CFAY command. Children
11-15 will play in an all male and a separate all
female league with the Kanto Plain Association.
(Includes Zama, Atsugi, and Yokota).
Youth Indoor Cheerleading Registration Coming
Soon! Registration is December 07 January 22nd,
and is open to all youth ages 5-15. Practice
will start the week of February 1st, and they
will cheer at the Youth Basketball games. 40
for the first child and 35 for every additional
child. PAYS members receive a 5.00 discount per
child.
INFORMATION ON ALL PROGRAMS For more details or
information on any programs please call Negishi
Youth Sports, 242-4121 Ikego Youth Sports
Office, 246-8017 Yokosuka Youth Sports Office,
241-2952 or, for Youth Fitness and Special
Events, 241-2952. VOLUNTEERS NEEDED! Youth
Sports is always looking for volunteers, if you
are interested in helping out by being a coach,
sports official, team parent or just helping set
up, contact your local Youth Sports
Office. Please register early for all sports
programs!!! Registration Policy Youth Sports has
a 25 late fee for any registration taken after
the deadline. Each season, we have a high volume
of late registrants, which in turn causes delays
in team rosters and scheduling. We will continue
to accept late registration with no penalty for
legitimate reasons (e.g., PSC orders or medical
emergencies) and we would like to emphasize that
this will not impact our current fees whatsoever
which remain the same as long as you sign-up
during the normal registration period (usually
over 30 days in length). As an additional option,
early registrations are accepted for situations
where families will be on leave during
registration (see our office for details).
PAYS FREE T-Shirt for PAYS members!!! Parents
Association for Youth Sports meetings are held
the last Tuesday of every month at 1700 in the
Yokosuka Youth Sports office. Please sign up in
advance to attend. Learn everything you need to
know about the Youth Sports Program and the role
you play as a parent. One time attendance
entitles you for registration discounts for Youth
Sports activities and membership into the
national organization. Cost is 5.00. If you
are already a member, bring your card to any of
the Youth Sports Offices and claim your FREE
T-shirt.
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MWR
Bowling "Turkey Shoot" Saturday November 21 from
1200-1500 Just in time for Thanksgiving. Get out
your favorite ball for this contest. Bowl across
5 Lanes, getting at least 8-pins(Ladies 7
pins)and get a strike on the last(6th) lane or
get three strikes in a row( A "Turkey") and you
win a Frozen Turkey. Cost 3.00 per entry. For
Details visit or call Negishi MWR Program Office
at 242-4120 or 045-281-4120.
"MOBILE CAR CLINIC" 2nd Wednesday (except U.S.
holidays) from 1100 1300 in the parking lot
adjacent to the Negishi Pool The Auto Skills
Center will setup and man the Mobile Car Clinics
on the first three Wednesdays of each month. The
Auto Skills center staff will use selected
portions from the JIG inspection sheet to
identify possible problems with your cars along
with recommended course of action for repair.
NEGISHI ALL HANDS CLUB
The club will open at 1100 am on Veterans Day
November 11th. The club will be open at 1300 on
Thursday November 26th For Thanksgiving meal.
This will be the only food served this Day.
Thanksgiving Buffet will be served from 1300to
2000. There will be no Breakfast this day. We
will be having a country night on November 27th
Friday from 2100 to 0100.
Monday - The club is closed every Monday Tuesday
November is the month of Military Family and to
show Our appreciation all Familys dinning every
Tuesday During Evening meal, during the month of
November will receive free desert with their
meal. (Dine in only) No take out. Wednesday
Come out on Wednesdays and dine with us, we will
be Featuring an all you can eat Pasta Buffet from
1700 to 2000. Every Thursday is Mongolian BBQ
night 1700-200 withthe House band playing from
1700 to 2100
Fridays Special is Mexican Platter Served with
Spanish soup, Taco salad, fajitas, burrito,
enchiladas Spanish rice, refried beans,
vegetable of day, and flour tortillas.
Saturdays Special Prime Rib Dinner 8 ozs
of pure Beef Rib Eye served with salad, baked
potato, Vegetable of day, coffee or tea. Sunday
Brunch 0900-1400 An array of breakfast foods and
lunch items, large salad bar, Assorted dessert
bar. Omelets to order and coffee, tea, and juice
bar. Sunday evening Dinner 1700 to 2000 Ala Carte

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CELEBRATING THE MONTH THAT WAS OCT 2009
Hello Yokohama Festival - 11 OCT 09 Annual
Yokohama city Naka Ward festival, Hello
Yokohama, was held in the Shinrin Park. Navy
supported the festival by putting up booth and
passing out GW73 Manga, 7th Fleet Orient Express
Dixieland Band performance, and Negishi OICs
speech at the opening ceremony. The total number
of visitors were about 110,000.
Annual Kotobuki Fire Prevention Parade 15 Oct
09 OIC office and Negishi Fire Dept supported the
Kotobuki Fire Prevention Parade in Kotobuki Area.
They have the highest rate of calling fire
trucks and ambulance in Naka Ward, and the parade
counts 3rd time this year. The parade
participants were from Naka Fire Dept, Naka Ward
office, and local child care centers children
etc. trying to enlighten the residents about fire
safety.
Halloween 2009 31 Oct 09 In Negishi, other
than traditional trick-or-treating, MWRs
Halloween Carnival, Byrd School Children Costume
Parade (those were held on 30 Oct) and Adult
Halloween costume contest was held to enjoy the
festivity of Autumn.
Share your pictures for The Month that Was
Please email to LCDR de las Alas, OIC
romadel.delasalas_at_fe.navy.mil
HAVE A GREAT MONTH!
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  • NEX NEWSLETTER NOV 09
  • NEX NEGISHI WELCOMES NEW NAVY FAMILIES
    RESIDENTS !
  • Your Navy Exchange Negishi would like to thank
    ALL NEX Customers for all your continued
    support.
  • My name is Marietta Buniao, I am your new NEX
    Negishi Store Manager. Please feel free to
    stop by anytime and let me know how we could be
    of help. The NEX Negishi Staff and myself are
    here to support you and the community as a whole
    to whatever needs you may have. Let us know, if
    there is any product that you would like us to
    add to our current assortment. I am looking
    forward to provide the Negishi Community the best
    possible service.
  • NEX UPDATE
  • We recently received the Worldwide Navy Exchange
    Bingham Award for the Negishi Store. We would
    like to thank the Negishi Community for your
    patronage and for providing us your endless
    support.
  • SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM
  • Software for the Horizon Lunch Program has been
    installed, and we are hoping that by November, we
    will start the new Lunch Program at Byrd
    Elementary School.
  • All application needs to be submitted at Yokosuka
    Cash Office at Main Store.
  • FOOD COURT
  • If you havent notice yet, your Anthonys Pizza
    area has been painted inside and out. It
    happened a couple of weeks agoyou did not see it
    happen because it was done during nighttime. The
    contractor starts at 2000 and ends at 0300.
  • Also, we now offer a CAPPUCCINO MACHINE with
    flavors from FRENCH VANILLA, HAZELNUT and
    CHOCOLATE MOCHA.
  • In addition to these new items, we also offer the
    following microwavable sandwiches
  • Burrito Ham Egg -
    2.65
  • Sandwich Chicken Wrap - 2.90

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CFAY 2009 Graduates Recognition
CeremonyWhy To provide command recognition of
individuals personal post-secondary educational
accomplishment. When 8 Dec 2009,
1830-2030Where Yokosuka Officers Club,
Admiralty RoomWho ALL CFAY affiliated persons
(military, DoD civilians, retirees, and their
dependents, Japanese nationals graduating from U
of Phoenix, Central Texas College or UMUC on
base) who have graduated with AA-PhD degrees from
1 Dec 2008 - 31 Dec 2009 (completing all degree
requirements by 12/31/2009) may
participate.Action Required To participate
students who have graduated with a post secondary
degree from 1 Dec 08 to 31 Dec 09 from any
accredited school please contact NCO with your
name, organization, contact e-mail and phone,
name of school, and date and degree conferred .
If you graduated from Yokosuka on-base program
with UMUC, CTC, U of Phoenix, please contact your
school to inform them that you want to
participate in this event. Deadline Request to
participate information must be received NLT 13
Nov 2009POC Navy College Office 243-8131 or
e-mail navycollege_yokosuka_at_fe.navy.mil
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Navy College Office
ASVAB/SAT/ACT/GED Preparation
Do you need to improve your English
grammar/writing, or Math skills to increase your
ASVAB, SAT/ACT score to get into another rating
or school?
Academic Skills Class - English/Math Class
Dates 9-23 NOV 2009 Times English 0730-1200
Math 1300-1730 Location Fleet Recreation
Center, 3rd Floor, Rm 354 Register by E-mail
navycollege_yokosuka_at_fe.navy.mil or Phone
243-8131 Command must provide no-cost TAD
orders 
Small Class Size 10-15
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Navy College Office
Upcoming Dates
  • College 101 for Spouses - Schedule of Workshops
  • Monthly 2nd Wednesday, 0900 at NCO
  • 9 Nov - Area CO/XO Spouses Workshop
  • 10 Nov - NCO Workshop (Class Full)
  • 17 Nov - Negishi Housing, 0900-1030 Workshop,
    1030-1200 Mini-Ed Fair _at_NEX/Commissary area
    (Call NCO to reserve a seat)
  • 18 Nov - Japanese Spouse Support Group, 1015
  • 19 Nov - Ikego Housing, Mini Ed-Fair 1030-1200
    NEX area, 1300-1430 Osaka Tower (Call NCO to
    reserve a seat)
  • 12-25 Oct - Term 2 Registration Dates
  • 26 Oct - Term 2 Classes Begin
  • 9-23 Nov - English/Math Academic Skills Class
    (ASVAB/SAT/ACT/GED Preparation)
  • 9 Nov - Yokosuka Education Council Meeting
  • 3 17 - Nov - SAT Test
  • 10 Nov - ACT Test
  • 8 Dec - CFAY 2009 Graduate Recognition Ceremony
  • 8 Dec - ACT Test

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NCO Tuition Assistance
Navy College Office
243-8131 Fleet Rec Ctr, 3rd Floor, Rm
347 https//www.navycollege.navy.mil Email
navycollege_yokosuka_at_fe.navy.mil MON - TUES -
THUR 0730 - 1700 WED 0730 - 1500 1600 -
1800 FRI 0730 - 1500
  • Effective 1 Sep 2009 ETA Brief will be
    conducted 1st 3rd Thursdays at 1100
  • TA Processing Submit ETA form electronically,
    pickup next day after 1300
  • Unit TA Brief available for groups of 8 or more
    at your location, contact Navy College Office to
    schedule (243-8131)
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