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Chief F. B. Dizon, Station chapel religious programmer chief, shows an English alphabet book to children at Midoro Hoiken school Oct. 27. The chapel has been going to Midoro once a month for the past eight years to help Japanese children learn English and to teach the value of exchanging cultures. The chapel goes to Midoro on the fourth Thursday of every month unless a holiday makes it otherwise. - Chief F. B. Dizon, Station chapel religious programmer chief, shows an English alphabet book to children at Midoro Hoiken school Oct. 27. The chapel has been going to Midoro once a month for the past eight years to help Japanese children learn English and to teach the value of exchanging cultures. The chapel goes to Midoro on the fourth Thursday of every month unless a holiday makes it otherwise.

Murakami Naho, 9, a competitive disabled athlete screams with joy and holds onto her mother after bowling a spare at the Strike Zone here Sunday. All of the competitors participated when taken to the bowling alley here, and they all received a medal at the end of the Special Olympics. - Murakami Naho, 9, a competitive disabled athlete screams with joy and holds onto her mother after bowling a spare at the Strike Zone here Sunday. All of the competitors participated when taken to the bowling alley here, and they all received a medal at the end of the Special Olympics.

Approximately 12 performers navigate the haribote, or paper mache White Snakes, an Iwakuni-oriented species and designated as a national treasure, through the parade during the 55th Annual Iwakuni Festival in downtown Iwakuni, Oct. 16. When the performers brought the beautifully decorated snakes close enough, parade spectators reached out their hands to touch them. The White Snakes attracted crowds during the parade. - Approximately 12 performers navigate the haribote, or paper mache White Snakes, an Iwakuni-oriented species and designated as a national treasure, through the parade during the 55th Annual Iwakuni Festival in downtown Iwakuni, Oct. 16. When the performers brought the beautifully decorated snakes close enough, parade spectators reached out their hands to touch them. The White Snakes attracted crowds during the parade.

Local community kayakers practice rowing skills before getting into the water for a friendly kayak competition at Nakayama Lake in support of a national-level kayak competition Oct. 2. Three local Marines also participated in the friendly competition in support of the 66th National Sports Festival being hosted throughout Yamaguchi Prefecture Oct. 1 – 11. For several community members participating in the friendly kayak competition, it was their first time kayaking. The National Sports Festival is hosted every year in a different prefecture of Japan. This is the second time in 66 years Yamaguchi Prefecture has hosted the festival. - Local community kayakers practice rowing skills before getting into the water for a friendly kayak competition at Nakayama Lake in support of a national-level kayak competition Oct. 2. Three local Marines also participated in the friendly competition in support of the 66th National Sports Festival being hosted throughout Yamaguchi Prefecture Oct. 1 – 11. For several community members participating in the friendly kayak competition, it was their first time kayaking. The National Sports Festival is hosted every year in a different prefecture of Japan. This is the second time in 66 years Yamaguchi Prefecture has hosted the festival.

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