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ZaCSACarnivalZaCSA’s Thank You to Our Japanese Friendship Groups
Theme: American Carnival

Come one, come all to an American Carnival thrown in honor of ZaCSA’s Japanese Friendship Groups! This end-of-year celebration is on Friday, May 13th, 11:00am – 1:30pm. Volunteers and food donations are also needed! More information coming soon!!

2016-2017 Open Board Positions

The ZaCSA Executive Committee is currently looking for volunteers to serve in the following positions for the 2016-2017 year. If you are interested in serving our Zama Community with a dynamic group of spouses, here are the open positions:

- Media/Publicity Chair, Board Position (Co-Chairs also needed)
- ZaCSA Guidebook Lead, Auxiliary Committee
- Wine Night/Bunco Leads, Auxiliary Committees
- Japanese Cultural Events Chair (People-to-People), Board Position or Auxiliary Committee

More information about each position: HERE

If you are interested, please email zacsa.president@gmail.com and indicate the position for which you would like to volunteer.


ZaCSA’s Heart of the Community Award:
Cecilia Mullis

ZaCSA honored Mrs. Cecilia Mullis as a Heart of the Community Award recipient for her significant impact to the Camp Zama Community on April 20th, 2016. Cece touched so many aspects of this community but went above and beyond with her work with the Competition Cheer Program, Camp Zama’s Gymnastics Program, and ZaCSA, and as a FRG leader for the HHC-USARJ. As her family prepares for their next adventure, it is an understatement to say that she will be missed! Click here to read her full nomination letter.

Do you have someone you would like to nominate for the Heart of the Community Award? Please click for an application.

June Begins our 2016-2017 Membership Year

Join us for another ZaCSA Membership Year!  Membership ZaCSA membership is open to all adult members (not just spouses) within the Camp Zama community, regardless of rank or grade. 

ZaCSA has something to offer everyone. Each month we gather for an enriching program coupled with lunch, brunch, or dinner at the Camp Zama Community Club. In addition, we are associated with six Japanese Friendship groups who provide us with various activities throughout the year. Our members also enjoy the opportunity to participate in the Lunch Bunch gourmet club, Piecemakers sewing group and a knitting group.

If you have an interest in fun, fellowship, and service to your community, ZaCSA is the place to be. Download your 2016-2017 Membership Form! 

East Meets West Gift Shop East Meets West is OPEN every* Tuesday and Thursday, 11 – 6pmLocated in Building 375 on Camp Zama. Behind the Red Cross, across the street from the USPS.

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: We need volunteers every week to keep our store open (Store hours: Tues & Thurs 11-6).  We are also in need of shift supervisors (2:30 – 6pm) and an assistant manager. If you would like to help, please Sign-up to volunteer through SignUpGenius.