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Last Update: September 7, 2012

Community

OIWC gives donations to sixteen different organizations

The Okinawa International Women's Club (OIWC) had their last luncheon for the club's 98' - 99' season this past Monday, June 7. As always, the final meeting for these women was dedicated to the many volunteer and non-profit organizations doing charity work both here on the island and abroad.   Read More!

Wee Care Summer Camp

Are you wondering what to do with your kids this summer?? We have your answer…Wee Care University's Summer Camp! We will be spending nine fun and sun filled weeks out and about the island of Okinawa! The camp will begin on the 21st of June and will run to the 20th of August. There will be a fee of $25 for registration, which will include 2 WCU tee-shirts for the kids to wear whenever we leave the building.   Read More!

Children Control...A Mother's Point of View

You don't have to be a child physiologist to see that our children are loosing their innocence. Not only to sex, but violence also.   Read More!

International Workshops July 10th & 17th

Each year Okinawa City holds international workshops aimed at bringing the native population together with foreign residents living in Okinawa City. The workshops are held to promote friendship and understanding of the different cultures that we are lucky to have within this cosmopolitan city.   Read More!

Entertainment

American director documents cross-culture in Japan

Executive Producer and Director Reggie Life recently completed a documentary about the experiences and cultural adjustments Japanese and also Americans must make when returning from abroad back to their native countries. Life, who has made numerous documentaries during his career, spent four years doing research to prepare for the project.   Read More!

It’s all about love ... and music

With so much focus surrounding the authenticity of some of today’s popular music groups, it’s refreshing when a new R&B artist enters the music scene and detours from the predictable three-verses and chorus, without forsaking their musical integrity and the ever elusive pot of gold at the end of the rainbow. Now include among those who bring a fresh perspective to their craft an immensely talented group of three singers/instrumentalists A.   Read More!

"American Short Shorts Film Festival" appears Big in Naha

Big screen movies have always been a popular source of entertainment for people around the world. Since the days of silent movies, to the big blockbusters of today, there have been countless actors, actresses and directors who have brought to us many memorable moments.   Read More!

Koza Baptist Church Presents "GOD for US"

An evening of praise and worship is planned for 6:30 p.m.   Read More!

Join hands with Okinawans at "Peace Anniversary Festival

Okinawans will commemorate one of the saddest episodes in the history of these islands on June 23. Across the entire Prefecture of Okinawa, locals pay their respects to family members and friends who lost their lives during the Battle of Okinawa.   Read More!

Health

NFL stars to visit Camp Foster

National Football League All-Pro stars Billy Kilmer, a former quarterback with the Washington Redskins and one-time Green Bay Packer halfback Paul Hornung will visit June 14 the Camp Foster Commissary Bldg. 5675 from 1:30 p.   Read More!

Pacific Force Tournament Winners

Congratulations to the Pacific Force softball team on winning the Pacific wide Cass Invitational held May 28 through 31 at Yongsan garrison, South Korea. Pacific Force took the first place out of the 32 teams attending.   Read More!

Education

Kadena High School's Achievements SY 1998-99

Congratulations to the following Juniors who have been selected for summer University Programs: Kris Kersey and Lydia Cook--Scholars in Biology--Bates College Beth Brockshus, Seth Conard and Kris Kersey- Summer Programs USAF Academy Diane Lopez--Summer Program--Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri Cassandra White--Summer Programs--Trinity University Kadena High School faculty, staff, and students are very proud of their Juniors who have been selected to these prestigous summer seminars.   Read More!

DoDDS Announces Full Day Kindergarten

Full-day kindergarten programs will be implemented next school year (1999-2000) at all seven Okinawa district schools that offer kindergarten, Dr. Steven R.   Read More!

Shopping

Ryukyu Rika-chan doll simply charming

With its cute face, slender body, and pretty clothes, the Rika-chan ningyo, or doll, has been the dream girl for many Japanese girls for a long time. Similar to the popularity Barbie Dolls have in the United States, the evergreen Rika-chan is still considered a beauty icon, even for some women in Japan.   Read More!

Opinion

Ask Sh'naynay

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

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