Join us and help us honor Japanese American veterans at our November volunteer event on Saturday, November 15, 2014!
NJAHS Presents: Return and Remembrance: The Legacy of Veterans of World War II and 1st Year Anniversary of the MIS Historic Learning Center
640 Old Mason St., Presidio of San Francisco
Shifts from 9am-5pm, volunteer signups online at http://goo.gl/h0ytZ1
Veteran’s Day is around the corner, and Nakayoshi salutes our Japanese American Veterans with our November Volunteer Event, helping the Japanese American Historical Society (NJAHS) at their Return and Remembrance: The Legacy of Veterans of World War II and 1st Year Anniversary of the MIS Historic Learning Center in the SF Presidio. The event will have an opening ceremony followed by a luncheon for ticketed guests featuring guest speaker former Hawaii Senator Daniel Akaka.
Opened 1 year ago, the MIS Historic Learning Center is in the renovated Building 640, the actual site where secretly recruited enlisted Japanese American soldiers were trained as military linguists for the Military Intelligence Service (MIS) during WWII. Volunteers are encouraged to check out the rest of the exhibits before or after their shifts. The MIS Historic Learning Center will be open to the public from noon-5pm.
SIGN UP FOR A VOLUNTEER SHIFT AT: http://goo.gl/h0ytZ1
Shifts from 9am-12pm, 12-3pm, 3-5pm; 5 volunteers per shift needed for parking lot enforcement, parking lot guides, guest greeters and origami folders/crafts activity assistants
Dress code: Business Casual
A volunteer skilled in A/V tech to help with microphones/
Have any questions about the event? E-mail us at email@example.com
Free parking at Sports Basement in the Presidio; Free shuttle provided from SF Japantown at 8:30am and back at 5pm
For more information on the 100th MIS and the MIS Historic Learning Center, go to: http://njahs.org/640/
For more information of the 1st Year Anniversary Event and day-of schedule, go to: http://njahs.org/640/
Want to get tickets to the luncheon? Purchase on EventBrite at: https://
Help us honor our veterans and check out the exhibits at the MIS Historic Learning Center! See you there!