Camp Zama, Japan, volunteer recognition ceremony

U.S. Army Garrison Japan, with support from the Army Community Service, announced the youth and adult Outstanding Volunteers of the Year. There were 14 nominees. BC

Camp Zama's annual volunteer recognition ceremony was hosted by U.S. Army Garrison Japan, with support from Army Community Service, at the Camp Zama Community Club. During the ceremony, both the youth and adult Outstanding Volunteers of the Year were announced from among 14 nominees. Additionally, the adult Merited Volunteer of the Year and Honored Volunteer of the Year were announced to kick off National Volunteer Week at Camp Zama.

Interview: Crystal Ryan, Outstanding Volunteer of the Year

Interview: Lorenzo Cardenas, Youth Outstanding Volunteer of the Year

Narration:
The criteria for selecting the installation volunteer of the year is based on the number of hours the nominees volunteered in the previous twelve months, along with how their volunteer contributions impacted and enhanced both the Camp Zama community and the host nation of Japan.

Interview: Yolanda Hingel, Community Life Officer, ACS


Narration:
More than 300 community members participated in the ceremony to recognize and celebrate the volunteers whose efforts contributed to making the Camp Zama community a better place.


Interview: Yolanda Hingel, Community Life Officer, ACS


Narration:
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