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Last Update: September 7, 2012

Nature

Cleanup of Cemetary Underway

Military and civilian volunteers armed with weed-eaters, lawn mowers, rakes, mosquito repellent and lots of enthusiasm met recently at the Tomari International Cemetery in Naha for the first scheduled monthly cleanup sponsored by VFW Post 9723. “Our next priority will be to do some basic cleaning work,” cleanup project chairman Jerry Anderson said.   Read More!

A fantastic way to explore Okinawa

American Mark Morehouse was leading us through the flat, green water. His sleek blue kayak cut through the calm water as the outline of small mountains encircled us.   Read More!

Community

Kadena 18th Services competes for LeMay Award

Enter any 18th Services facility on Kadena and you are sure to notice the red, white and blue "We Care For You" buttons that Services employees are sporting below their smiles. What are these buttons and why are the employees smiling? Go ahead and ask them - they have the answer to both questions.   Read More!

NGOs call for peace

Thousands of citizens from around the world gathered this past week to attend the "Hague Conference for Peace," held in the Netherlands from May 10 until May 15. Hundreds of NGOs, including more than 50 delegations from Japan, discussed initiatives and reasons for a "Peace and Justice" agenda for the 21st Century.   Read More!

Entertainment

Ladies lock-up to lock out men

Cornellus Wedman, or as he's more affectionately known "Big Country," had a vision, of a small alternative party promotion outlet for military personnel longing for that "back home party atmosphere." To his great surprise, things would take off bigger than he ever anticipated.   Read More!

1999 Air Force Teen Talent Contest Schilling Community Center

Youth ages 13 - 18 will compete in a teen talent contest at 6 p.m.   Read More!

'Funny Money' Casino Night Schilling Community Center

Schilling Community Center will host a Casino Night on June 11 beginning at 7 p.m.   Read More!

Hideaway to Rock this July

Question 1: “Do you like rock ‘n’ roll?” If your answer is ‘Yes,’ keep reading. Question 2: “Do you like to have massive amounts of fun during your weekend?” If your answer is ‘Yes’ to both, then have we got a treat for you!.   Read More!

Gourmet

Restaurant Peacock celebrates 20th anniversary

Chia Ting Yung Fang and her husband loved entertaining friends over dinner so much so that they decided to spread their wings further afield and open a restaurant. The decision was a wise one as Restaurant Peacock owner Chia and her husband this year celebrate 20 years of great service and delicious meals.   Read More!

Big Choice, Little Cost at Izakaya Ajijiman

When a restaurant can seat 210 and the number of choices on the menu exceeds the seating, you know the place is going to be big. Izakaya Ajijiman is one such restaurant.   Read More!

Shopping

Customers to get even better deal at commisaries

In an attempt to provide better service to customers, the Defense Commissary Agency's, Okinawa Zone, has added chill luncheon meats, and some chill bacon, to the selection. The first shipment is due in the stores in early June.   Read More!

Unique antiques at Oriental Place

The recently opened Oriental Place is unique. As the only store on Okinawa to specialize in Chinese antiques, it is filled with wonderful furnishings aged anywhere from 80-120 years old.   Read More!

Education

Asian-Pacific Matsuri enlightens SHES

About 65 presenters from all over the island united to share cultural traditions at Stearley Heights Elementary School (SHES) for the Asian-Pacific Matsuri. The students rotated from presentation to presentation and were able to take part in everything from sports to the arts.   Read More!

Kubasaki High School Parent Center

The Kubasaki High School Parent Center was officially opened on March 22, 1999. Dr.   Read More!

College Admissions and Financial Aid

Lynn Poulsen, Associate Director, College Admissions and Financial Aid, Utah State University, visited Kubasaki High School in March 1999, to provide college admissions and financial aid seminars for students and parents. In addition, Mr.   Read More!

Culture

Bull riders take to Agena

In spite of the gloomy weather, a good crowd of both American and Japanese fans were on hand May 1 for a rodeo riding demonstration by members of the Okinawa Bull Riding Association (OBRA). The event, part of the Spring Bull Fighting tournament held at Agena Bull Fighting Arena in Gushikawa City, provided the audience a rare glimpse of authentic American rodeo riding.   Read More!

Health

Basketball friendly a big hit

Last Saturday afternoon, a practice basketball game between Kadena Middle School and Uema Elementary School in Naha was held at the Boys & Girls Club Youth Gym on Kadena Air Base. Approximately 40 current and former club members of the Mini Basketball Club from Uema Elementary School were invited to exchange friendship through a mutual interest - basketball.   Read More!

Opinion

Ask Sh'Naynay

Ok the Party is over. Tell me something good.   Read More!

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