Yamagata Network’s Activity Report & Objective ~Part22

~From the blog of August 27th of the Yamagata Relief Network for Historical Heritage

Introduction

The Obon Holiday is over, and the cleaning operation has started again. Unfortunately, the starting day was a rainy day, so we couldn’t smoothly restart.

The cleaning operation in YWJC will be suspended as from 27th August, and that in TUAD will be closed as from 30th August, because the summer holiday will be begin in each university (However, these suspensions will only be for the operation open to the public, and will restart in October). Therefore, the cleaning operation will be held only in Yamagata University. Soon, the operation for tidying and maintaining the materials will begin. Hereafter, the various issues such as the plan for long-term effort, storage, and arrangement are piling up and we have to continuously discuss them. More manpower and knowledge will be required. We appreciate your participation and support of our operation.

[Last week’s Activity Report]

  1. Our members participated in the symposium for the Japanese castles damaged by the East Japan Earthquake on 21st August.
  2. On 26th August, we held the cleaning operation in YWJC.
  3. On 23th August, we informed the activity schedule of September.
  4. We arranged the visiting day to Rikuzentakada City with the municipal officers of the city, and we decided to go there on 9th September.

[This Week’s Object]

  1. On 30th August, we will carry out the cleaning operation in TUAD.

[Attention]

  1. 30th August is the last day of the cleaning operation in TUAD, after that we will suspend it for the time being.

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About Visiting to Rikuzentakada City Board of Education

Yamagata Relief Network will visit to Rikuzentakada City to have a meeting for reporting our operation’s progress in terms of the historical materials from Rikuzentakata City, and for discussing the present condition of the city and the prospects of our operation regarding the arrangements and storage. Additionally, we plan to offer the flowers to the Rikuzentakata City Museum, because the curators there fell victim.

We still have some empty seats, so if you want to join us, please contact us.

  • Date: 9th September
  • Departure: 6:00am We will be back at 6:00pm.
  • Meeting Place: in front of the prefectural office
  • Transport: the private or rental car
  • Application: the deadline will be 2th September
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About Nerwork for Historical Materials
A volunteer group for preserving Cultural Heritage suffered from natural disasters

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