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Posted by JSA on October 30, 2010 at 11:40 PM

Hello Everyone!

Thank you everyone for continuing to support us by attending our events!

 In our second General Info Meeting we talked about upcoming events in October. We also had May, our choreographer, talked alittle bit about our upcoming International Fiesta practices/auditions. We concluded the meeting with a game call TELEPHONE, "Dengon Game" in Japanese. Winning team got some good candies.


Japanese SA played against the Korean SA in the International SA Soccer Cup. Although we did not win, we had a great time cheering for our playing team. It was a good game.


There's nothing better than going apple picking in the nice breezy Autumn weather. Japanese SA and Vietnamese SA together had more than 20 attendees at their first roadtrip to Blackman Homestead Farm. Everyone brought home some delicous and juicy apples.



For a good cause Japanese SA and Circle K had a cultural event in the Flagroom, teaching others how to fold paper origami cranes. Our goal was to fold 1000 origami cranes and then have it donate to a nearby children hospital. 



Who doesn't want to take a break from those homework and studyings? Japanese SA, Taiwanese SA and Vietnamese SA had a Bowling Nite at the Tonawanda Bowling Center. More than 70 people showed up, got their shoes and bowled out their night with two free games.


October is Scary Movie Month. Japanese SA and Asian American SU collaborated on their first Movie Nite of the semester screening a Korean scary movie called "The Wig" Our members, frightened, were left with a deep thought on black wigs.

 


During our third General Info Meeting, we talked about upcoming events in the month of November. May touched upon alittle bit more about International Fiesta. We then showed the audience our very own JSA humor-horror movie filmed and created by us JSA officers.

Just in case you missed it, here it is.


and last but not least




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