Tag Archive: Japan Relief

Jan 22

Save the date – SeattleJapanRelief Anniversary Event

Please mark your calendars for Sunday, March 11th.  SeattleJapanRelief.org, of which PNWJETAA is a coalition member, will be holding an event at Seattle Center to mark the one year anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami.  The all-day event will focus on remembrance, preparedness and rebuilding. Please visit SeattleJapanRelief.org for more information.  And …

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Sep 13

Return to Tohoku

PNWJETAA’s own, Ben Erickson, has been selected to participate in the Japanese Government-sponsored program for former Tohoku JETs to return to their old hometowns.  Ben heads out this coming Sunday and will volunteer in Tohoku, reconnect with his old town and enjoy some of the great tourist attractions that Northern Japan offers.   Please follow …

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Aug 13

Salute to Japanese Baseball Night at the Mariners!

Join PNWJETAA for the Salute to Japanese Baseball Day at the Mariners!  The Mariners will take on the Angels in another annual celebration of Japanese culture.  Come help cheer Ichiro and the team on to victory…hopefully!   When: Monday, 8/29 Time:  The game starts at 7:10pm, but please meet us by the mitt statue at the left field …

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Jun 03

Community Fundraising Event: “Lights On Japan”

Would you like to contribute to the fundraising efforts to support Japan, but not interested in attending another silent auction or traditional Japanese music performance?  Perhaps you may find “Lights on Japan!” to be more to your liking.   Presented by DJ Selecta Matsui and Kickit4aCause, “Lights On Japan!” is an all ages (21+ in the …

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Apr 01

Upcoming Movies (One is a fundraiser!)

Fine Totally Fine: A Fundraiser for Japanese Tsunami Relief Playing at the Northwest Film Forum April 2nd at 4:30pm Director Fujita has made a truly feel good indie comedy with his story of Teruo (Yosi Arakawa), a tree trimmer whose mission in life is to make the scariest haunted house experience in Japan. He enlists …

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