DC News Notes

2017

Fall
Co-Presidents’ Letter • Keiro Kai and Family Day • Minoru Yasui Film Screening • Veterans Day • Biographies • T-Shirt Contest • Ladies’ Luncheon • Bits ‘n Pieces • Mochi Flyer

Summer
Presidents’ Message • David Inoue Executive Director JACL National • JACL Convention 2017 Washington DC • Legacy Fund Grant Awards • Japanese Minister of Foreign AffairsTara Kono Visit • JACL-DC on Social Media • JACL-DC Membership Survey Results

Spring
Message from John Tobe • JACL National Convention • Installation Luncheon • 2017 Chapter Officers • Rally at Reagan • National Airport • Korematsu v. United States with Karen Korematsu • Righting a Wrong: Japanese Americans and WWII • Day of Remembrance, Smithsonian American History Museum • Memorial Day Donations • 2016 Mochitsuki • Legacy Fund Grants • Freedom Walk

2016

Summer
Freedom Walk • Memorial Day Event • APAICS Gala Awards Dinner • Camp Consortium Event • Welcome Reception for New DCM Oike & Minister Sasayama • JACL Convention 2016 • JACL-OCA Picnic

Spring
Foreign Minister Awards • Stories from WWII • Day of Remembrance • Smithsonian Exhibit 9066 • Installation Luncheon • Memorial Day • Japanese Americans in the Military • Legacy Funds • Freedom Walk • NJAMF Digital Storytelling • Mochitsuki 2015

2015

Winter
Announcing Mochitsuki 2015 • Murakami, Watanabe Recognition Events • Coverage of Keiro Kai • Smithsonian 2017 Exhibit on EO 9066

Fall
JACL Convention • Masaoka Fellowship • Legacy Fund Grant • Memorial Day • JACL-DC/OCA Picnic • Keiro Kai & Family Day

Summer
Prime Minister Abe’s visit • Memorial Day event at Arlington Cemetery • Dr. Ray Murakami Honored • Amy Uyematsu – Sansei Poet

Spring
Todd Endo • JAVA Luncheon & Award • JACL Scholarships • Legacy Fund • Memorial Day • Installation Luncheon • Masaoka Fellowship • Day of Remembrance

2014

Winter
Keiro Kai/Family Day • The Japanese American Story • The Price of Freedom • Daniel K. Inouye Fellow • Memorial Day “Thank Yous” • Norman Y. Mineta Fellow • Holiday Greetings

Fall
JACL Convention recap • Kakehashi Project • Memorial Day Service • Keiro Kai announcement • LBGT advocacy

Spring
Medal for WWII Returns Home • Hafu • Day of Remembrance • Norman Mineta Named Honorary Chair • Memorial Day Event • Installation Luncheon • Legacy Fund Grants • Meet Masaoka Fellow, Colette Masunaga • Japan Fair

2013

Winter
Keiro Kai/Family Day • Honorable Journey • NJAMF Awards • JACL Gala Dinner • Daniel K. Inouye Fellow • JACL Scholarships • Membership • Holiday Greetings • Robert Nakamoto Honored

Fall
JACL Convention Recap • Memorial Day service • March on Washington • DC Picnic • JACL Fellows • NJAMF Honorees

Summer
Memorial Day Event • Fellowships & Internships Opportunities • JACL Convention 2013 • Request for Volunteers at JACL Convention & Redress Photographs • JACL-DC Picnic

Spring
Remembering Senator Inouye • Terry Shima Receives Presidential Citizens Medal • New Board for 2013 • Meet Ambassador Kenichiro Sasae.

2012

Winter
The vision for 2013 • Recaps of Keiro Kai and Family Day • Mochitsuki Announcement • Floyd Mori Recognized by Japanese Government

Fall
President Janice Faden on JACL National Convention• Remembering Vincent Chin • Nikkei Sundays • Keiro Kai and Family Day • September 15

Summer
Memorial Day Ceremony • June 9 Picnic • On Marion Barry • JACL Convention (July 5-8 in Seattle) • Salute to Floyd Mori 

Spring
In Memory of 3/11 • Day of Remembrance • Memorial Day Event • Installation Luncheon • Mochitsuki • Membership • Save the Dates • Bits & Pieces • Cherry Blossom Festival

2011

Fall 2011
Honoring JA Veterans: Congressional Gold Medal • Holiday Greeting Form • JACL Gala Dinner • Picnic Recap • President’s Message • Membership Corner • JACL Nat’l Youth/ Student Council Perspective • In Memoriam: Etsu Masaoka

One thought on “DC News Notes

  1. Steven Kiyasu Nose June 11, 2012 / 10:48 am

    Dear DC News Notes,

    I would like to report my father, Akira Paul Nose, recently passed away. He was a former active member of the DC Chapter, and actually, helped with the DC News Notes in the 1940s. Please see his obituary, which was recently published in the Washington Post, at My father’s obituary was published in the Washington Post, and can be found at, http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/washingtonpost/obituary.aspx?n=akira-p-nose&pid=157852350.

    Please also feel free to leave a comment in the guestbook section, as my mother, others will appreciate your thoughts.

    Sincerely,

    Steven Kiyasu Nose
    Former DC Board Member 1989-90
    Northern California
    stevenknose@att.net

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