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Published on 22 June 2011
From the blog of the Yamagata Relief Network for Cultural Heritage
About our activities as from Jun 5th
Sorry for my slow updating of this blog. After seeing the start of the cleaning operation in Yonezawa on June 10th with my own eyes, I had been getting sick. I apologise to you for being negligent in my overall work. Anyway, the full-dress cleaning operation in Yonezawa has started.
[Last week’s activity report]
1.From 5th to 6th of June, we held a meeting about the operation for transferring washing machines to Tohoku University of Arts & Design where the cleaning operation was carried out.
2.We carried out the cleaning operation on the evening of Jun 7th.
3.On June 8th, we offered the data of our activity’s lantern slide for the Archaeological Society of Kyushu.
4.On June 9th, we performed the cleaning operation in evening, and the washing machines were transferred to Tohoku University of Arts & Design.
5.We held the first cleaning operation in Yonezawa on June 10th. On June 11th, we participated in the rescue operation of the administrative documents in Kamaishi City. We made some preparation for the regular meeting.
[This week’s objective]
1.We will carry out the cleaning operation on the evening of June 14th.
2.We will perform the cleaning operation on the evening of June 16th.
3.On June 17th, we will hold the cleaning operation in Yonezawa.
4.We will make preparation for the regular meeting.
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