Yamagata Network’s Activity Report and Objective ~Part41

~From the blog of 15th January of the Yamagata Relief Network for Cultural Heritage

—About our activities as from 8th January

Introduction

Sorry for updating at such a late time. Since last week we have started the full-scale operation for cleaning historical materials. Dear participants, the road must have been frozen and snow piled high, so please take care on your way. We will have a regular meeting on 19th January. If you have free time, please come and join us.

The day after tomorrow is 17th January, when the Great Hanshin Earthquake occurred in 1995. As we remember the disaster as well as the Eastern Japan Earthquake, we all in together preparing for the natural disasters in order to prevent mischance as much as possibly we can.

[Last Week’s Activity Report]

  1. On 8th January, we had a meeting with Yamagata Prefectural Museum.
  2. On 10th January, the cleaning operation in the TUAD and TUCS was held.
  3. On 12th January, TUAD carried out the cleaning operation.
  4. On 13th January, the cleaning operation was held in YWJC.
  5. In the afternoon on 14th January, we had a meeting concerned with the tidying operation for historical materials which the cleaning had already been done.

[This Week’s Objective]

  1. On 16th January, Yamagata University will have the cleaning operation.
  2. On 17th January, both TUAD and TUCS will carried out the cleaning operation.
  3. On 19th January, the cleaning operation in TUAD will be held, and we will have a regular meeting there.
  4. On 20th January, YWJC will have the cleaning operation.
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About Nerwork for Historical Materials
A volunteer group for preserving Cultural Heritage suffered from natural disasters

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