Yamagata Network’s Activity Report & Objective ~Part45


The cleaning operation in Kamiyama City Northern Public Hall has started. This operation is held by members of society, in order to continue the operation during the university holiday. Borrowing the room in the public hall, preparing the operation, carrying out the operation. All are done by the members of society, after their daily work. We indeed owe a lot to their efforts and cooperation. I hope more people will participate in our activities. Besides, what great colleagues, I am really proud of their work.

On 10th February, school leavers who now live in Tokyo joined the cleaning operation in Yonezawa. Recently, we accepted the interview by a wonderful newspaper writer. He sincerely listened to our stories. Many fellows are supporting us. Let us do our best in each place next week!

[Last Week’s Activity Report]

  1. On 7th and 9th of February, we carried out the cleaning operation in Kamiyama City Northern Public Hall.
  2. On 7th February, the cleaning operation in TUCS was held.
  3. Likewise, we had some continuous operation in workplace.
  4. We accepted the interviews by newspapers.

[This Week’s Objective]

  1. On 14th and 16th of February, we will have the cleaning operation in Kamiyama City Northern Public Hall.
  2. On 14th February, the cleaning in TUCS will be carried out.


In terms of making the list for the Japanese books of Miyagi Prefectural Agricultural High School Library, we could finish the operation because of the students and lecturers of YWJC. Ongoingly, we will engage for listing the Western books. We express our gratitude for people who joined our operations. Among them, we would like to say thank you to Mr Toru Shindo, a lecturer of YWJC.

With regard to the public relations, we accepted the interviews by NHK Yamagata, Yamagata Newspaper, the branch office of Nikkei. Thank you for your visitation. Besides, Chido Museum in Shonai area immediately offered their cooperation, when the Yamagata Network had started our activities. In this time, the museum shared the pages of their magazine (vol.49) for us, and we could introduce our rescue operation for historical materials. We would like to express our gratitude to the museum.


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

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