Yamagata Network’s Activity Report and Objective~Part15

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

—About our activities as from 3rd July


The number of new members is increasing in the cleaning operation! We appreciate if you come and join us. To those of you who haven’t experienced it yet, we would like for you to come to us. However, everyone should be careful of this summer heat!

[Last week’s activity Report]

  1. On 4th July, we exchanged opinions with the municipal officers in the prefectural office.
  2. On 5th and 7th of July, we carried out the cleaning operation in TUAD.
  3. On 8th July, the cleaning operation was conducted in YWJC. We tried carrying out the cleaning operation in Yamagata University (hereafter, YU).
  4. We reported our rescue operation to the Association for Protecting Cultural Heritage of Yamagata. At the open day of YWJC, we introduced our activities to the prospective students.
  5. We prepared for the BBQ meeting in Ippuku.

[This week’s Objective]

  1. We will report our activity in the Research Conference for Region History in Yamagata.
  2. On 11th July, we plan to carry out the cleaning operation in YU.
  3. From 12th to 13th of July, we will hold the cleaning operation in TUAD.
  4. On 14th July, we will present our activity report in YWJC, and will conduct the cleaning operation on 14th July.
  5. As much as I can, I am trying to tidy up the information of our web page during this week.

[The Cleaning Operation in YU has started]

We will start the cleaning operation of the waterlogged historical materials in YU. The place will be in the Koshirakawa Campus on every Monday.

However, for the time being, this operation will be carried out only by the lecturers and students. After the operation we will open the results to all of you. On 8th July, we tried carrying out the operation and approximately 10 members engaged in it, and we decided to start in YU, too. Our schedule is now fixed as Monday-YU, Tuesday and Thursday-TUAD, and Friday-YWJC. In TUAD and YWJC, with anyone feeling free to participate.

As we are a neighbouring prefecture of the extreme affected zone, we would like to steadily progress our operation.


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

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