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The Japanese Cultural and Community Center of Northern California would like to invite you to its annual Track Meet and Undokai on Sunday. 5 JCCCNC Special Events Athletes of All Ages Participate in 7th Annual JCCCNC Track Meet On Sunday, June 23, over athletes beginners and. This year marks the fifth year that the JCCCNC has hosted the track meet, which has its roots in the San Francisco Japanese American Citizens.
Through this internship, however, I am excited to learn more about Japanese Americans, including their history, and to share my culture and experiences with more people.2015-16 JCCC Athletics - Track Highlights
Social Welfare with intended Education minor I have been exposed to many issues in other communities growing up, but I am not fully aware of the issues facing my community, the Japanese American community. I would like to learn more about these issues, so that as a Japanese American youth leader, I can help fight them. However, I can only do so much through my various clubs and volunteering.
I wish to do more, and reach beyond just my school and church. While I have developed many skills, which will help me provide support to the greater Japanese American Community, I know that I still have much to learn. I believe that the Kase Program provides the best opportunity for me to further develop these skills as well as learn new ones while placing me directly in the community that I want to serve.
These skills will help me continue to reach beyond the school and church communities, and to be that something which so many people lack, that something which I have had my entire life, a helping hand.
Growing up in the Japantown community, I have seen many changes happen. In recent years I have seen a decline in Japanese owned businesses as well as the number of Japanese-American youth present.
I would like to help with cultural preservation as well as try and get the younger generations to come back to Japantown. However, I realized that though I have a strong connection with this broad identity group, I wasn t working for my own Japanese American community. It felt hypocritical to be advocating for other communities without doing something for my own. So I applied for this program with the desire to do something positive for the current and future JA community. On a more personal level, this program has allowed me to plant my roots in this community.
But now that I ve found my way here, I don t want to leave. I want to keep volunteering at the golf tournaments and street fairs. I want to see my children running down these hallways. And when the time is right, I want to eat lunch at Kimochi as a senior. This program has helped me see myself as a member of JTown, and in return, I want to continue the legacy of Japantown.
The 10 chosen youth participants prepared diligently over the course of 12 intensive workshops that spanned two summers to prepare for their trip. Sports Medicine, Physical Therapy and took command of their own activities, planning elements of their own I am excited to personally see and experience the sights, sounds, flavors, and all that is Japan, and especially to create personal relationships.
The Fellows also Exposing ourselves to new ideas and cultures broadens our minds and had to apply the planning process to every activity and event, and as a result make us better citizens of the world. They also had the chance to visit the Nagata Kodomo orphanage I am looking forward to observing the differences between Japanese and Home, and go to the Kisen Wai Wai Mura, where they will had the opportunity American lifestyles.
I also look forward to making new memories with my to experience traditional Japanese village life farming, cooking, and making their fellow leaders as we experience Japanese culture first hand together. Physical Therapy or Architect I m looking forward to seeing the cultural and behavioral differences between the native Japanese and Japanese Americans.
Following my dreams I m looking forward to learning about the culture of Japan and how it is different than the United States. Law I really want to experience Japanese culture first hand and all the things that I learned about in the Takahashi Program s workshops as well as make lifelong international friendships.
I m especially looking forward to bonding with my fellow fellows! Doctor I look forward to living on a traditional farm. I have learned a lot about the significance of farming in Japan and the struggles and joys that farmers experienced. I cannot wait to put myself in their shoes and experience a totally different way of life. I also hope to be able to connect with food and nature in a more personal way. Lastly, I am excited to see the moment where my fellows, my supervisors and I thrive as a team and learn to work together given our personal strengths and weaknesses, as we are thrown into an unfamiliar setting and forced to count on one another to receive our meals.
Travel the world I am looking forward to working with the Kodomo no Home kids because I am adopted as well as my fathers brother and sister. It will be great to be able to give back and help out the kids in any way. Help people in need Since our workshop on the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami, I am most looking forward to visiting the temporary housing in Kesennuma, bringing help and spreading hope.
Neurosurgeon I am looking forward to further experience the Japanese culture. I am very excited to stay with my host family and to learn the differences between the life styles of a Japanese family and an American family. I am glad to be a part of this program that will allow me to experience Japan for myself. I can t wait to see Kyoto and Kobe, cities I haven t been to before, and am also looking forward to spreading hope and happiness among those affected by the Great Northeastern Japan Earthquake while we visit the affected area.
I know that this trip will be a learning experience, and that our group will bond in unpredictable ways during these ten days. I m so excited, and we are going to have so much fun! As we celebrate this milestone, we also look toward the next 40 years. Just as the dreams of the Issei and Nisei made the JCCCNC possible, it is up to present and future generations to carry on the foundation laid before them while building their own legacy, ensuring the Center will continue to be a place where the arts, culture, and community come alive.
On her desk is an adorable photo of her two great grandchildren, but don t ask her age unless you re looking for a firm slap on your back followed by a lady never tells with a mischievous smile. Marjorie is best known as Grandma Marj, and for over 20 years she has been a key caretaker of our community.
When the war broke out her family moved to Idaho following the forced removal to Santa Anita and worked the sugar beets and potato farms. This was the first of many moves for Marj. During her days in Korea she would catch a free ride on a plane delivering the Stars and Stripes newspaper to Japan.
I rode that plane so much that my supervisor asked if I came to Korea to work or to visit Japan, and I told him, that s right. These trips to Japan helped Marj connect with her extended family, and she remembers fondly of the welcoming spirit of her relatives, a spirit she carried with her across the ocean to America and eventually to San Francisco in the late 70 s.
She has already been contacted and has accepted. Marj recalls the experience as much more of a surprise, that her trip with her friend to a board meeting turned into a board appointment. As she recalls this story, she tilts her head to the side and says, Can you believe that?! He is always inspired by the Nisei and their work ethic, but he has vision.
He is the one who put the Center on the map. Paul would tell me he would never let me quit. I would have to drop dead in the office and then he would bury me on top of the gym roof, says Marj. I pause to search her face for any signs of resentment from such a blunt and morbid statement, but only found her smiling with eyes reminiscing about past bantering with Paul. Paul and Marj have worked together for over 20 years and have seen the JCCCNC grow in membership, programming, facility, but most importantly in our reach and in our ability to give back to the community.
In an editorial inReverend David Nakagawa writes about the need for a community center. He writes about a place that welcomes people into our community. Marj embodies that welcoming vision. I like to do things that people enjoy, I ve always enjoyed meeting and talking with the people who come to the Center.
She also reminds me that at one time she was a stranger to the San Francisco Japanese American community and that this community welcomed her. So if you haven t met Marj, she is the wiry lady with white curly hair sitting in the front office, and if you would like to know what she has accomplished, don t ask for a list of accomplishments because she won t tell you.
Instead come in on one of Marj s days off and sit in the front office and count how many phone calls and people pop-in looking for Marj, or just listen to what our community says, Everyone knows Marj. Hirokazu Clem Nakai Mr. Toshiko Van Dyk Ms.
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