Yamagata Network’s Activity Report and Objective ~Part14

~From the blog of Yamagata Relief Network for Cultural Heritage~

 About our activity as from June 26th

Introduction

The new members are increasing in the cleaning operation as from last week day by day. We welcome to all of them! Let’s keep it going!

 [Last week’s activity report]

  1. On June 27th, 5 boxes of damaged historical materials which had been rescued were transferred from the Miyagi Network for Preserving Historical Materials to Yamagata.
  2. On June 28th, at the cleaning operation in the evening, 5 boxes of rescued historical materials were transferred from the Miyagi Network. We discussed about making leaflets about the advertisement for the voluntary workers for the cleaning operation.
  3. On June 30th, we carried out the cleaning operation in TUAD.
  4. On July 1st, we conducted cleaning operations in YWJC.
  5. On July 2nd, we dispatched 4 members and one vehicle to each rescue operation for the folk-cultural utensils in Kamaishi City and Kesennuma City.

 [This week’s objective]

  1.  On 5th,7th,and 8th of July, we will carry out the cleaning operations in TUAD and YWJC.
  2. On July 9th, we will report our activities in Yamagata Prefectural Association of Conservation for Cultural Properties.
  3. On July 10th, we will present our activity’s report to the Yamagata Prefectural Conference for Researching Regional History.
  4. We will negotiate how to start the cleaning operation in Yamagata University.
  5. We will announce and prepare for the BBQ exchange meeting at IPPUKU on July 24th.
  6. We will prepare for accepting donations from the Japanese Association of Museums.

 [The Entreaty]

We are now facing mosquitoes and other such insects during the cleaning operation, so we need some countermeasures against them. If you have any good ideas, please contact us and tell us about the repellents or how to avoid them becoming a problem. Of course, we need the same method in the devastated field, too.

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About Nerwork for Historical Materials
A volunteer group for preserving Cultural Heritage suffered from natural disasters

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