Yamagata Network’s Activity Report & Objective ~Part 34

~From the blog of 14th November of the Yamagata Relief Network for Cultural Heritage~

Introduction

The bitter days are coming more and more often, aren’t they? Some of our working places are very chilly, so please come wearing warm clothes. I am thinking of preparing warm pads for you.

In the devastated area, vast extents of land were cleared and the wind which blows through there can be cold, I suppose. I am worried whether sufferers in temporary housing are warm or not.

This week also, let us engage our own task. We are waiting for you, those who finished a great job during the exhibition ‘the rescue operation for affected libraries ~preserve, pass down, and relate together~’.

[Last Week’s Activity Report]

  1. 14th November, we held the cleaning operation in Yamagata Univesity.
  2. 15th and 17th of November, the cleaning operation in TUAD has held. We also had a regular meeting there.
  3. 18th November, the cleaning operation in YWJC was carried out.
  4. We did a survey to assess the present condition of the private whitewashed warehouse in Shonaicho.
  5. As for the management of the panel exhibition kit, Ms Junko Ito took responsibility of it.

[This Week’s Objective]

  1. 21st November, the cleaning operation in Yamagata University will be held.
  2. 22nd November, TUAD will carry out the cleaning operation.
  3. 23rd November, Fukushima University will hold the Fukudai Shigaku Research Meeting (Research meeting for history in Fukushima University). The meeting place will be Corasse Fukushima. In the morning, the Yamagata Network will report the rescue operation in Miyagi, Fukushima, and Ibaraki Prefectures, and also will hold the panel exhibition. 10 members will participate in it.
  4. 424th November, the cleaning operation in TUAD will be held.
  5. 25th November, YWJC will carry out the cleaning operation.
  6. In the information centre of Yamagata University, the panel exhibition of the rescue operation by the Yamagata Network will be held by 27th November.
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A volunteer group for preserving Cultural Heritage suffered from natural disasters

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