Dear JAGP members,
We are pleased to invite you to our 2016 JAGP Picnic, scheduled for Saturday, September 17, at Ice Rink pavilion (Schenley park) . Here are the details:
When: 1:00PM to 4:00PM Saturday, September 17, 2016 Where: Ice Rink pavilion (Schenley park) Fee: Free for members
Nonmembers will be asked for donation.
($10 – over 12years old $5 – under 12 years old to over 4years old $0 – under 3years old )
*It is available to become a member at the picnic day. Please bring a check or cash for the annual fee, we will have the application. The annual fee is $40 for family member, $30 for individual member and $20 for full-time student.
Fun: Foods & Drinks
If you have any questions, please email: email@example.com
The picnic will be held rain or shine.
If you are planning to come to the picnic, please let us know about it in advance from this google form so that we can estimate amount of food to prepare.
Parking: Avoid parking near the pavilion which is for staff use only. Park along the Overlook Dr. instead.
The JAGP held its annual New Year’s Party for its members last weekend, January 17, at Old Town Buffet. In total, 107 members were in attendance. The program included: speeches and presentations by the JAGP President, Pittsburgh Japanese School principal, and Pittsburgh Sakura Project members; musical performances; bingo; and a raffle. Raffle winners took home numerous prizes like Pittsburgh Pirates tickets and gift cards to local restaurants and stores.
Thank you to all of the members and their guests! A special thank you to our sponsors who donated prizes and materials.
以下、新年会の様子を写真でご紹介させていただきます。 Here are some photos from the New Year’s Party.
The annual JAGP Picnic was held on Saturday, September 12, at Squaw Valley Park in O’Hara Township. Even though the weather wasn’t very good, 57 people came. We ate a variety of picnic foods like grilled hotdogs and hamburgers, and we watched kids breaking open watermelons (suika wari).
Thank you for coming, and we appreciate the volunteers who grilled and prepared the food, and the people who reserved the park and helped to organize the picnic.