Good afternoon jblog readers！
haru no yasumi wa dou deshita ka?
How was spring break?
This meeting, the committee and booth groups got together to do some brainstorming for what they will need and how they will structure their respective booths. There was a lot of energy. A new booth about Japanese drama is being created in addition to the original 6. So now we have 7! Nice going Tamara!
Very cool mix :)
If any of you guys feel stuck on anything, send me an e-mail or make a post on the facebook page.
This week, we were going to do fund-raising, but on Tuesday, we got some rain and had to cancel. But we will try again next week. We will be selling hot teriyaki riceballs(onigiri) freshly made right out there in the quad for $1. Give it a try, they are very good! おいしいですよ。(Please don't rain again)
We also want to start advertising for the Sakura Festival real soon! If you can, tell your family and friends about it. Monday April 12th, doors open at 5:00pm and ends around 8:30pm at the Ball Room in the LBJ building. A great and fun experience! Walk along and stop by the booths where students will have many fun and interesting things about Japan. Watch many performances, and eat free food! Entry is $3 per person. The whole event is organized by JLC, a student organization of Texas State University.
Japanese Study Session,a great place to do your homework, study for your exams, or pursue independent Japanese study!
Tuesday and Wednesday 3:30-5:00 at Lampasas 501.
Monday and Wednesday 5:00-6:00 in LBJ building near Wells Fargo is hosted by Akiko-san. She is so nice and can help you with speaking! Any questions about the times, you can e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org