On Tuesday, March 24, USO USO Camp Fuji staff and two volunteers from Yokota Fussa Church hosted “Free Food at Fuji.” Despite the rain, 44 marines -2 Okinawa Inspection officers, a Chaplain, one Army reserve duty from the states and 40 Fuji Marines - chowed down on free food and soft drinks.
Center Operations Manager Suk Cha Lucas said the event was a big success, and the “Marines appreciated USO for supporting them in many ways…We talked and laughed like we are family.” Check out some pictures below!
On Wednesday, March 24, USO Directors from Hawaii, Japan, Okinawa and Korea met with USO Regional Vice President Thomas Kolstad at USO Guam in Tumon. Guam is a constant hub of activity in the Pacific, serving approximately 30,000 service members and their families; over 30,000 more are served outside the center.
As reported by Laura Matthews of the Pacific Daily News, the meeting brought together regional leaders in order to strengthen the range of programs and services they offer. "It’s important that we continue to have teamwork across the Pacific,“ Kolstad said. "We have a responsibility for taking care of the men and women in the U.S. military and for sharing information on what new adventures and events are coming up.” Get to know your USO Pacific staff below!
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