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2017 Scholarship Announcement

The Japan Exchange and Teaching Program Alumni Association of Northern California (JETAANC) today announced its 2017 scholarship program for high school seniors going onto an accredited two or four year higher education program. The JETAANC scholarship is open to students of U.S. citizenship or lawful permanent residency, living in the California counties north of San

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JETAANC Tohoku Kids Fund Drive to Aid Recovery from 311 Japan Earthquake/Tsunami – 3/10, SF

Come out on March 10 and support JETAANC’s fund drive to benefit Japanese kids and families who were victims of the earthquake and tsunami in the Tohoku region of Japan on March 11, 2011. Three years later, despite ongoing recovery efforts, the young people of Tohoku still have many serious needs. You will have an

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Ai Love Japan – Tohoku Update 2014 – 2/22, San Jose

With the third anniversary of the “Great East Japan Earthquake” just around the corner, many of you are wondering how the people are doing following the devastating 2011 earthquake and tsunami in northeastern Japan. JAMsj is hosting “Ai Love Japan-Tohoku Update 2014” Saturday, February 22, 2014 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. to answer those

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Japanese bands come to SF for Japan Nite! – 3/24

Four bands from Japan are playing at The Independent in San Francisco as part of Japan Nite this year. The bands are HAPPY, ZARIGANI$, Vampilla, and Jungles from Red Bacteria Vacuum. Monday, March 24, 2014 For more information: https://www.facebook.com/events/347522368720301/ http://www.theindependentsf.com/event/469459-japan-nite-2014-san-francisco/ http://www.japan-nite.com/?page_id=11

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Cheer on JETAANC at OACC’s Lunar New Year Festival! – Saturday, 2/8

Come out and support JETAANC at OACC’s Lunar New Year Festival in Oakland’s Chinatown tomorrow, February 8! Stop by JETAANC’s table and make some origami with JET alums Ashley Hayes and Ellison Weeks. Then, cheer on alum Brandon Geist as he blows the roof of the place with Emeryville Taiko during the festival and also

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